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Stealth Radar Shield™

The Stealth Radar Shield is a unique device developed using advanced radar-absorbing and stealth...

Samsung UN40J5200AF 40" LED TV

Samsung UN40J5200AF - 40" Class LED TV - Smart TV - 1080p (Full HD)

Fast Mount Support Bracket Size: 22.5" x 1.5" x 0.56"

22", Galvanized Steel Double Shelf Bracket With Fold Out Support For Heavy Duty Loads, Load Test...

Samsung UN60J6200AF J6200 Series - 60" LED TV

Samsung UN60J6200AF - 60" Class - J6200 Series LED TV - Smart TV - 1080p (Full HD)

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Amazon made a kid-friendly Alexa with an Echo Dot to match

Amazon has unveiled the Echo Dot Kids Edition with a custom version of Alexa that will read to kids, play music, answer questions and do other chores. It uses a new flavor of its FreeTime app called FreeTime for Alexa that includes parent controls ...

An e-waste recycler is going to jail for ‘pirating’ Windows

Eric Lundgren is a renowned innovator in the field of recycling e-waste. The 33-year-old man is the founder of the first electronic hybrid recycling facility in the United States, which uses old mobile phones, computers and other electronics to bui...

A short, new movie of a comet’s surface is pretty incredible

Bright dots that look like snow are in fact stars.

Philips' huge 4K monitor is the first with super-bright HDR

DisplayHDR certification assures consumers of an excellent standard of monitor performance, but none have received the top level -- until now. Philips' 43-inch Momentum (436M6) is the first to get HDR1000 approval, guaranteeing a superb 1,000 cd/m2...

Video consultation service Doctor on Demand raised $74 million so everyone can s...

Healing America’s broken healthcare industry has been at the top of the priority list for almost every politician, entrepreneur, and inventor for at least the past forty years. Costs continue to climb (roughly 5% this year) and spending is already 20...

Overflow error shuts down token trading

A recently discovered programming error can make some crypto tokens susceptible to hackers . The exploit allows a hacker to pass an unusually high value to the exchange and get a ridiculous number of tokens in exchange, a problem that has caused the ...

YouTube's algorithms couldn't detect graphic bestiality images

YouTube might have pulled 8.3 million videos violating its guidelines in the fourth quarter of 2017, but the platform is still plagued with various kinds of disturbing content. A new BuzzFeed report, for instance, has revealed that YouTube has been...

BigCommerce raises $64 million to build e-commerce sites

Austin, Texas-based BigCommerce has completed a big round of funding. The growth stage startup, which builds e-commerce sites for Sony, Toyota and 60,000 other merchants, has raised $64 million to accelerate its business. The investment was led ...

India’s Jugnoo adopts a unique take on ride-hailing to help fill Singapore’s Ube...

Another contender is throwing its hat into the ring to replace Uber in Southeast Asia after India’s Jugnoo, a startup that specializes in offering autorickshaws on-demand in India, revealed it plans to enter Singapore. Uber announced its exit from So...

Sharing Code Between Projects: Lessons Learned In The Trenches

About a year ago, we came to a crossroad that changed the way we build software today. Like many other teams, we were working on a few things at a time, developing different projects for our web and mobile applications, with shared ingredients in the...

'Tacoma' brings space-sleuthing to PS4 on May 8th

Last August, Gone Home developer Fullbright released Tacoma on Xbox One, PC, Mac and Linux. It was an ambitious adventure game set on an empty space station in 2088; you played as a sort of space detective with access to immersive 3D recordings and...

Twitter axed 142k spammy apps and 130M ‘low-quality’ Tweets in 1 week of Q1

Twitter is making good on its pledge to fight the persistent problems of spam, bots, harassment, and misinformation that have plagued the social platform for years. Today, in its generally positive Q1 earnings report, the company announced that chang...

Aion launches first public blockchain network

If you believe blockchains will proliferate in the coming years, it stands to reason that you will need some sort of mechanism to move information between them, a network of blockchains with bridges and processes for sharing information between entit...

Google joins others in making the gun emoji a water pistol

Google is updating its gun emoji to replace the image of a handgun with that of an orange and yellow water pistol. The change is, according to Emojipedia, rolling out to Android users in an update, and will help to make the squirt gun the de-facto ...

There’s an Echo Dot for kids now

This was nothing if not inevitable. Alexa’s steady home takeover just found its way into your kids’ rooms — and it’s doing so with a brightly colored case. Amazon just unveiled the Echo Dot Kids Edition — the first time the company’s popular smart sp...

Alexa is going kid-friendly

In a briefing earlier this week, Amazon told TechCrunch that it was surprised by how Alexa has been embraced by families. But while the smart assistant isn’t exactly risqué (with a couple of notable exceptions), there are certainly things you don’t n...

Challenger bank Starling adds investment service Wealthify to its in-app marketp...

Starling, the U.K. challenger bank founded by Anne Boden, continues to execute on its “marketplace banking” vision, adding integration with Aviva-backed online investment service Wealthify. Starling already has an existing partnership with digital in...

Twitter beats expectations with $665M in revenue amid its turnaround hopes

It looks like Twitter, the oft-beleaguered social network that’s still worth more than Snap, will still hold that status for a little longer after delivering a stronger-than-expected quarter this morning. Twitter’s monthly active users barely gr...