Christmas tree lights might be slowing your wi-fi speeds warns watchdog Ofcom as it releases an app that can check for interference.
An investigation is to be launched into whether internet users are being charged unfairly when they use internet cloud storage services.
Why Kansas State’s polytechnic campus matters for Amazon and Google.
Developed by a team at the University of Utah, Xandem Home is a security system that uses radio waves to detect motion. It promises to be less intrusive than cameras and more accurate than traditional sensors.
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Feel like smartphones aren’t that great for productivity? Take a look at the SyncPhone — it’s a smartphone running the desktop version of Windows 10. This Indiegogo campaign is looking to bridge the gap between smartphones and desktops.
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A pink R2 unit called R2-KT will appear in the new Star Wars film, donated to the film in memory of Katie Johnson, a young fan who passed away a decade earlier from an inoperable brain tumor.
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It’s the last day at Gizmodo for our beloved EIC Annalee Newitz, and this can only mean one thing: GIF party.
Here’s your chance to talk tech, hang out with other geeks, win prizes and be a member of the audience for the GeekWire radio show and podcast. Friendly hecklers welcome! We’ll be hosting a special recording of our weekly show from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. this Thursday, Dec. 3, at the Microsoft Store in Seattle’s University Village, featuring a special guest and prizes in partnership with Microsoft. Registration is free, but space is extremely limited, so only sign up if you plan to attend, and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if your plans change. In addition to awesome giveaways and a fun tech trivia contest on the show, the first 15… Read More
XCOR Aerospace pioneered the rapid development of rocket propulsion systems, and now three of XCOR’s founders are starting up a new venture called Agile Aero to do something similar for advanced aerospace vehicles. Agile Aero has surfaced just a week after XCOR announced the departure of chief technologist Jeff Greason and chief engineer Dan DeLong. Greason and DeLong are teaming up with Aleta Jackson, another co-founder and aerospace veteran who left XCOR this month. “It’s the Three Musketeers again,” Greason told GeekWire. XCOR’s fourth co-founder, Doug Jones, is staying on as the company’s chief test engineer. XCOR recently moved its headquarters from Mojave,… Read More