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Pebble's much-needed Android overhaul includes full notification support

The latest Pebble firmware paves the way for feature parity with the iPhone. Could proper notification syncing be next?

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Roost Smart Battery blows past its Kickstarter goal

It seems people dig the idea of a battery that can alert you when your smoke alarm goes off (and before it starts chirping).

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Linux Mint 17.1 finally makes MATE's fancy Compiz graphics easy to use

The new version of Linux Mint just hit release candidate status. Here's all the goodies you can expect to find.

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Lock to a single app with Lollipop’s screen pinning

Lollipop's screen pinning feature can help keep your young kids from wreaking havoc on your phone. And it takes just a few moments to set up.

Plex's new Plex Home features beef up media management in your house

Plex is one of the more popular choices when it comes to PC-based home media streaming platforms. Now managing multiple users on Plex just got easier—for paid users, anyway.

Radical molecular flash memory could store massive amounts of data

Researchers focus on metal-oxide molecule clusters that can retain electrical charge and act as RAM.

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Valve to Steam Early Access game makers: Tone down the hype

Valve tells developers to “set proper expectations” as one quarter of Early Access games remain in an unfinished state.

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Danger comes in small packages: Securing employees' mobile devices

Your system is only as secure as its weakest link. For lots of companies, that weak link is mobile devices.

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AMD reveals high-end 'Carrizo' APU, the first chip to fully embrace audacious HSA tech

On Thursday, AMD revealed details of the system-on-a-chip that will succeed its "Kaveri" enthusiast integrated processor.

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Aereo files for bankruptcy after Supreme Court's killing blow

The Internet TV revolution will not be televised by Aereo.

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Ads got you down? With Google Contributor you can pay to remove them

If you're sick of ads, try paying $1 to $3 per month through Google Contributor.

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Minecraft: Pocket Edition is better than ever in version 0.10.0

If you haven't loaded up Mojang's sandbox favorite in a long time, you're missing out on added content and improved performance.

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Living with Microsoft Band, the activity tracker that tries to do everything

Mark Hachman tries the Microsoft Band as Microsoft intended: as a hybrid smartwatch-fitness band for both work and play. And if Microsoft fixes a few things, he's sold.

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Intel plans 3D NAND flash next year for 'as much storage as you want'

The company says it can pack double the number of bits in a die compared with its competitors.