Vera announces support for automated Office 365 document security Full Article By: Ron Miller Vera, the company that secures documents in motion, regardless of the type, announced automated protection for Office 365 documents stored in OneDrive for Business or SharePoint today. Today’s announcement means that

Fitbit acquires the Vector smart watch startup, as the wearable giant continues its roll-up Full Article By: Mike Butcher Well this is a relatively fast exit. In March last year a brand new smart watch brand appeared, hoping to offer something different.

Activate your smart home with Knocki By: Anthony Ha What happens when you mix two software dudes, a little kid, and a light switch? You get the Knocki, a clever little device that connects to a wall or under a table. You can tap

2017 Will Be A Strong Year For Venture Capital  By: Matt Murphy What does my crystal ball say about the outlook for venture capital in 2017? The building blocks of a better year are in place. Many venture capital firms are flush

Full Article: LG's Tone Studio neck speakers are less crazy than you'd think By: Chris Velazco Image: Engadget.com Still, they're not for everyone. When LG announced its neck-worn earbud/speakers, a collective groan went up in the Engadget Slack channel. The Tone Studio was ridiculous, or

Full Article: Kuri home robot can read to your kids and watch your home By: Jon Fingas Image: Engadget.com The cute mechanical companion is even relatively affordable! You may not have to wait for the likes of ASUS' Zenbo to cross the ocean before

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Vera announces support for automated Office 365 document security Full Article By: Ron Miller Vera, the company that secures documents in motion, regardless of the type, announced automated protection for Office 365 documents stored in OneDrive for Business or SharePoint today. Today’s announcement means that

Fitbit acquires the Vector smart watch startup, as the wearable giant continues its roll-up Full Article By: Mike Butcher Well this is a relatively fast exit. In March last year a brand new smart watch brand appeared, hoping to offer something different.

Activate your smart home with Knocki By: Anthony Ha What happens when you mix two software dudes, a little kid, and a light switch? You get the Knocki, a clever little device that connects to a wall or under a table. You can tap

2017 Will Be A Strong Year For Venture Capital  By: Matt Murphy What does my crystal ball say about the outlook for venture capital in 2017? The building blocks of a better year are in place. Many venture capital firms are flush

Full Article: LG's Tone Studio neck speakers are less crazy than you'd think By: Chris Velazco Image: Engadget.com Still, they're not for everyone. When LG announced its neck-worn earbud/speakers, a collective groan went up in the Engadget Slack channel. The Tone Studio was ridiculous, or

Full Article: Kuri home robot can read to your kids and watch your home By: Jon Fingas Image: Engadget.com The cute mechanical companion is even relatively affordable! You may not have to wait for the likes of ASUS' Zenbo to cross the ocean before

Full Article: LG rolls up OLED TV, smokes my mind (hands-on) By: David Katzmaier Image: Google.com One of the most amazing pieces of tech I've ever seen, let alone touched, is a TV so thin you can roll it up like a piece

You can 3D-print your own Trek-style tractor beam, really By: Erik Mach Image: Asier Mairzo First researchers created a tractor beam that levitates, pulls and pushes objects, just like in Star Trek. Then they modified the design so you can make one at

Full Article: Canada declares High Speed Internet essential for quality of life By: William Gayde Image: Techspot.com Speeds must be 50Mbps down and 10Mbps up The Canadian Radio-television and Telecom Commission has declared that broadband internet is now a basic telecommunications service. While most Canadians live

Full Article: New text message vulnerability sends iOS' Messages into an endless crash loop By: Jose Vilches Image: Google A recently discovered bug in Apple’s iOS can crash and disable the Messages app on all iPhone models with a single text message — yes, another

Full Article: CNN uses Fallout 4 to illustrate Russian hacking activities; Bethesda responds with mocking tweets  By: Rob Thubron Image: techspot.com Video games being used as footage for real-life news stories isn’t a new phenomenon, but it’s still quite amusing when it happens. Now, CNN

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