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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)

Microsoft Xbox One Stereo Headset - headset

Microsoft Xbox One Stereo Headset - Headset - full size - for Xbox One

Sony MDR-ZX110NC - headphones

Sony MDR-ZX110NC - ZX Series - headphones - full size - active noise canceling - 3.5 mm jack

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SEC probes Yahoo's response to billion-user hack

The SEC has this thing about companies keeping secrets, especially if those secrets could hurt investors. Yahoo, meanwhile, suffered two significant hacks in recent years, but dragged its feet in telling everyone about them. So it should be no surp...

Insight Venture Partners invests $165 million in automated testing startup Trice...

 Tricentis, a startup that helps enterprise development teams automate software testing, got a bushel of money today from Insight Venture Partners — $165 million to be exact. As part of the deal, Insight Managing Director M...

Corsair's new K95 gaming keyboard is surprisingly classy

When I first encountered the Corsair Rapidfire K70, it was love at first sight: The feel of the brand-new Cherry MX Speed keys and their short 1.2mm actuation point was par excellence, and the RGB lighting gave me faint Candy Land vibes with its br...

Sprint buys a 33 percent stake in Tidal's music service

Well, this was somewhat unexpected. Sprint just bought a 33 percent stake in Tidal, giving the carrier a significant (though not controlling) influence over Jay Z's streaming music service. They're not discussing the terms of the partnership, but i...

Sprint takes 33% stake in Tidal, plans to offer it to its 45M users

 Here’s an interesting turn of events in the ongoing story of the streaming music industry. Today, Sprint, itself owned by Softbank, announced it would take a 33 percent stake in Tidal, the streaming music startup that was majority acquir...

Twitter botnet quotes 'Star Wars' from the middle of the sea

Along with trolls and bullies, one of Twitter's biggest problems is bots -- automated accounts that puff up follower numbers, troll users or turn fake news into trending topics. Researchers investigating botnets found maybe the strangest one ever: ...

SoundCloud amps up advertising with programmatic buying in the US

 On the heels of hiring a new CTO from Yahoo and trying to position itself either as a stronger acquisition target or standalone entity, SoundCloud is getting a lot deeper into the business of advertising. Today the audio startup — which strea...

A Case Study: Is App Indexing For Google Worth The Effort?

    Will the resources spent implementing app indexing for Google search be a boon or a bust for your app’s traffic? In this article, I’ll take you through a case study for app indexing at our compa...

India’s Uber rival Ola hires a new COO

 Ola, the ride-sharing service that rivals Uber in India, has hired a new COO. Read More

Samsung's Galaxy S8 won't appear at Mobile World Congress

Clearly, Samsung is still reeling from its Note 7 disaster. In an interview with Reuters, Samsung mobile chief Koh Dong-jin has confirmed that the Galaxy S8 won't be unveiled next month at Mobile World Congress. That's a big departure from the comp...

Tesco's mobile payment app is ready for everyone

To keep up in the supermarket wars, Tesco is rolling out support for its PayQwiq app nationwide. That means you can walk into any UK store, peruse the shelves for your weekly shop and then pay with the app at checkout. You can spend up to &poun...

Chinese bike-sharing startup Mobike snags strategic investment from Foxconn

 Just weeks after landing a $215 million Series D funding round, Chinese bike-sharing service Mobike has scooped up a strategic investor from prolific manufacturing firm Foxconn. Read More

Pitchero, a platform for amateur and grassroots sports, scores £3.1M Series A

 Pitchero, a U.K. startup that makes it easy for amateur and grassroots sports clubs to build a web presence and move its community online, has scored £3.1 million in Series A funding. ICM, a global fund manager with numerous other sporting in...

The Morning After: Monday January 23, 2017

It's Monday morning, and Samsung's had some explaining to do. The full investigation into its Note 7 battery woes is out. Meanwhile, we test health gadgets that push supplements, and take a look back at Obama's tech legacy.

Half of China’s population now uses the internet on a mobile device

 The growth of smartphone sales may be declining, but the reach of mobile internet in China has now reached the notable threshold of 50 percent for the first time. Read More

Blood-repellent metal could lead to safer implants

If you have to get an implant in the future, you may not have to worry quite so much about your body rejecting that life-enhancing technology. Colorado State University scientists have developed a titanium surface that's so blood-repellent that it ...

DOJ: Microsoft isn’t harmed when it can’t tell users what data we want

Meanwhile, Microsoft says DOJ has expanded "power to conduct secret investigations."

Brain scans shed light on an extinct species

It's not exactly easy to study the Tasmanian tiger. The marsupial has been extinct for over 80 years, and it wasn't given much scientific attention when it was alive -- settlers saw it as a threat to their livestock, not a curiosity. However, that....