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  • AMD, Zen Processor might power the upcoming Apple MacBook Pro

    58m By DailyTech Staff
    AMD’s a custom, SOC Design with HBM2 Memory System.…
  • iPhone 7 Plus Explodes - Is Any New Device Safe?

    58m By Elroy Bethell
    Just when we thought it was safe to start charging a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 again, replacement Galaxy Note 7s are overheating and also exploding. Now to make things even worst, there is a new report of an iPhone 7 Plus that seems to have exploded.
  • The First Engineered Baby New Born Baby

    Thu 6:55am By DailyTech Staff
    Doctors have succeeded in giving birth to a baby by using three persons. After five months, scientist publicized the out come of the new fertility technique to the rest of the world. The five-month old boy has DNA of his mother and father, and a tiny bit of…
  • What? iPhone 8 is next year? But we just got iPhone 7 though.

    Thu 4:03am By Elroy Bethell
    That’s right folks. Looks like Apple may be skipping the iPhone 7s model and going straight to iPhone 8. The 10th anniversary of the iPhone is next year and Apple fans think that something big is brewing for the iPhone.
  • SYNCHRONY EAS Hearing Implant System Receives FDA Approval

    Wed 5:00am By Monique Bethell
    The MED-EL SYNCHRONY EAS (Electric Acoustic Stimulation) Hearing Implant System received FDA approval on September 16, 2016. The EAS system is the first hearing aid system that works as a cochlear implant and has built in acoustic amplification. For people…
  • Samsung Galaxy Note7 Still Has Battery Issues

    Wed 5:00am By Elroy Bethell
    Samsung’s recall has been a hot topic in the news media for a few weeks now. The latest news point to the fact that the company’s exchange program has facilitated the return of 1.5 million Galaxy Note7s. This equates to roughly 60%.
  • Israeli Company Can Crack Any Smartphone’s Password

    Tue 5:00am By Elroy Bethell
    Remember that FBI-Apple encryption dispute that dragged on earlier this year? Well apparently, there is an Israeli company that claims to be able to crack the password of any smartphone in use today. Incidentally, this was the same company that helped the FBI…
  • China Uses World’s Largest Telescope To Search For Aliens

    Tue 5:00am By DailyTech Staff
    China claimed their ability search for alien life forms by suing a radio telescope , launched Sunday, which astronomers called a “game change”.
  • EQ-Radio: A New Device for Wirelessly Detecting Emotions

    Mon 5:00am By Monique Bethell
    Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) developed a device that can detect a person’s emotions using wireless signals. “EQ-Radio” is a device designed to measure subtle changes in breathing and heart rhythms to accurately detect…
  • Apple’s Siri Speaker is a Game Changer

    Mon 5:00am By Elroy Bethell
    Looks like Siri will be getting her own smart speaker. Reports point to Apple working on a home device that and with Siri to control the lights, appliances and other connected products in the home.
  • Inspiron Laptops & 2-in-1 PCs

    Sun 9:00am By DailyTech Staff
    Here is a comparison of three incredible laptops. Each are high performers equipped with revolutionary processors, dynamic display and DVD drives. Some models feature Intel processors and optional touch displays on select system.
  • Leaked – Samsung S8 is a Dream and a Dream 2

    Sun 8:00am By Elroy Bethell
    Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 may arrive much sooner than expected if sources are correct. According to sources, the S8 will be packed with superior technology that far trumps the S7 and ill-fated Galaxy Note 7.
  • Are you ready for this ? HyperDrive Aircraft

    Sat 9:29am By DailyTech Staff
    This may happen in the near future. A supersonic airliner that flies three times at the speed of sound and runs on nuclear fusion. Stephen Dowling investigates the challenges of making airliners run on atomic power.
  • Snapchat’s New Sunglasses are a Spectacle – No Pun Intended

    Sat 9:02am By Elroy Bethell
    Snapchat declared their entrance into the hardware business with the unveiling of their new video sunglasses called “Spectacles”. CEO Evan Spiegel told the Wall Street Journal, “We’re going to take a slow approach to rolling them out,”. In the same…
  • Yahoo Hacked - Change Your Passwords and Security Info ASAP!

    Sep 23, 2016, 5:45 am By Elroy Bethell
    In 2014, hackers attacked Yahoo and stole the personal information on about 500 million users. Reports of surrounding this data breach first appeared in August of this year. This comes just one month after Yahoo was bought by the largest telecommunications…
  • A is for Apples

    Sep 23, 2016, 5:32 am By Monique Bethell
    “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”. I'm sure nearly everyone heard this proverb as a child, and chances are as an adult you probably repeated the same proverb to your children, friends or other relatives.
  • FDA Cleared, Shockwave Lithoplasty for Peripheral Vascular Disease

    Sep 22, 2016, 5:45 am By DailyTech Staff
    This unique system, which recently approved by FDA, breaks up plaque in patients with peripheral artery disease by using a balloon and sound waves. Shockwave is basically a traditional angioplasty balloon catheter with added capability that resembles…
  • Update: Problem-Free Galaxy Note7s CPSC Approved

    Sep 22, 2016, 5:30 am By Elroy Bethell
    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) gave approval for Samsung’s Galaxy Note7 to be released in the United States no later than September 21st as part of Samsung’s Note7 Exchange Program. News customers can also get their hands on Samsung’s…
  • UN Meeting to Tackle Antimicrobial Resistance

    Sep 21, 2016, 9:52 am By Monique Bethell
    On September 21st, global leaders from the United Nations (UN) will convene to discuss a major global health threat – antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Antimicrobial resistance kills 700,000 people worldwide each year, and the number could reach 10 million per…
  • Smartphone Screen Protectors – What To Look For

    Sep 21, 2016, 9:33 am By Elroy Bethell
    So you have just spent a hefty sum on your favorite smartphone. You first order of business should be taking steps to protect your investment. The screen will be the part of your phone that you interact with the most and it will need protection.
  • Laptop or Tablet - Which Do You Prefer?

    Sep 20, 2016, 6:32 am By DailyTech Staff
    The digital world we are living in can be very puzzling and confusing. A vast majority of the public has very little or no technical knowledge. And yet, they have an increasing number of choices when it comes to purchasing one technology over another.
  • Update: Samsung Exchange Program Now in Progress

    Sep 20, 2016, 5:30 am By Elroy Bethell
    After a massive recall of the hugely popular Samsung Galaxy Note7, Samsung is finally proceeding with its phone exchange program. Galaxy Note7 shipping will start on Wednesday 21 for customers located in the United States.
  • No More Turtlenecks - Try Snakables

    Sep 19, 2016, 7:44 am By Elroy Bethell
    The new iPhone 7 has arrived and it does not have wireless charging. Which means you will have to use one of those charging cables that are notorious for developing a turtleneck and breaking after a few weeks or months.
  • ADHD Diagnosis and Treatment in Children: Problem or Paranoia?

    Sep 19, 2016, 5:30 am By Monique Bethell
    ADHD or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, is one of the most commonly diagnosed pediatric mental health disorders. Yet, there is considerable debate among mental health professionals, media, physicians and public health officials about the diagnosis…
  • Automaker Porsche may expand range of Panamera Coupe design.

    Sep 18, 2016, 11:00 am By Elroy Bethell
    Porsche is ready to introduce its first station wagon, adding a new category to the brand’s portfolio. This move pushes the company beyond the iconic 911 sports car into a more pragmatic vehicle.
  • 5 Cases for iPhone 7 and 7 iPhone Plus

    Sep 18, 2016, 10:08 am By Elroy Bethell
    The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus have arrived and with them, the need for protective cases. If you have not already pre-ordered your device, then your shipping date may be well into October depending on the model that you want. The good news is that you can start…
  • Walmart may get "Robot Shopping Carts?"

    Sep 17, 2016, 6:01 am By Elroy Bethell
    Shopping carts at Walmart are getting an upgrade. Imagine walking through Walmart and not having to push around a fully loaded shopping cart. There may be a shopping cart pushing bot coming to a Wal-Mart near you.
  • The Benefits of Weight Loss to Reduce Chronic Knee Pain

    Sep 16, 2016, 6:23 am By Monique Bethell
    Did you know that just 1 pound of weight loss can result in 4 pounds of reduced strain on the knees? While that might not sound like much, it means a lot to those who suffer from chronic knee pain or those who are concerned about osteoarthritis (OA) of the…
  • Facebook’s New Messenger V1.2 Makes Shopping Easier

    Sep 16, 2016, 5:36 am By Elroy Bethell
    Facebook’s new Messenger Platform V1.2 is now available through Facebook’s desktop site and mobile app. This new Messenger release now allows customers to click on ads and interact with retailers when making purchases.
  • Solar Powered Smartphone Screens Could Be Next

    Sep 15, 2016, 5:30 am By Elroy Bethell
    Today smartphones and tablets currently have strong and clear screens that serve a variety of functions. But what if they could also supply energy to a smartphone or tablet?