Category Archives: Android

Intel’s Bold Plan to Reinvent Computer Memory (and Keep It a Secret)

Intel just unleashed a new kind of computer memory it believes will change the way the world builds computers. But it won’t tell the world what’s inside. The post Intel’s Bold Plan to Reinvent Computer Memory (and Keep It a Secret) appeared first on WIRED.


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Author: Cade Metz

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Wright Electric unveils its commercial electric plane business

 Gas is the biggest cost for airlines. The easiest way to reduce these costs? Don’t use gas at all. That was the pitch from Wright Electric, a startup building an commercial passenger plane that runs on batteries and can handle flights under 300 miles. These short-haul trips make up 30 percent of all flights and a $26 billion market. Today Wright Electric gave its first preview to the… Read More
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Author: Josh Constine

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MailClientDefault10: Set the Default Email App on Your iPhone in iOS 10 [Jailbreak Tweak]

The stock Mail app in iOS is the default mail client and there’s no way that you can change this. This means that you’re stuck with using the stock Mail app for things like composing an email when clicking on mail hyperlinks such as ‘mail:to’.
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Author: Ali Hassan Mahdi

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Beekeeper, the mobile-first communications platform for non-desk workers, raises $8M Series A

 Beekeeper, the Switzerland and U.S.-based startup that provides a mobile-first communications platform for employers that need a better way to communicate with blue-collar and service-oriented workers, has raised a further $8 million in new funding. Read More
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Author: Steve O'Hear

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Beauty and the Beast, Still a Cautionary Tale About the Smart Home

Smart devices are great—until they peep on damsels, kidnap old men, and attack murderous xenophobes. (OK, maybe that last one’s fine.) The post Beauty and the Beast, Still a Cautionary Tale About the Smart Home appeared first on WIRED.


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Author: Anna Vlasits

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