Showing posts from April, 2014

Open iCloud Activation Service

UN: fixing climate change is affordable

The April Xbox One update is here, finally lets it notify you when friends come online

Glow-in-the-dark roads hit the streets in the Netherlands

This smiley face is either a perfectly fitting typo or the world's first emoticon

Scientists are studying evolutionary concepts with robot mice

There'll be no escape from the FBI's new facial recognition system

Windows Phone 8.1 review: Microsoft's mobile OS finally feels whole

Turkey's prime minister accuses Twitter of tax evasion

BlackBerry is willing to stop making phones if they keep losing money

NASA is looking for an alternative to battery power for its spacecraft

Engadget's Gadget Rewind 2004: Rio Carbon

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​What is Heartbleed, anyway?

Doesn't convince at all: Samsung Galaxy S5 review: a solid improvement, but don't rush to upgrade

Nokia announces the Lumia 930, a 5-inch phone with a 20-megapixel PureView camera

Windows 8.1 update aims to win over mouse-and-keyboard users, arrives April 8th as an automatic download

Intel's efficient 14nm processors to arrive on both enthusiast and entry systems

Windows will be free on phones, small tablets and the Internet of Things

Microsoft teases a classic Start Menu for Windows 8.1 with built-in Live Tiles