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09/29/2016
Bring Back the 3.5mm Jack for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with Fuze Cases - Technology Personalized


Technology Personalized

Bring Back the 3.5mm Jack for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with Fuze Cases
Technology Personalized
Fuze case brings back the 3.5mm audio jack for both iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus. The case also comes packed with a battery pack to enhance the iPhone 7 battery backup. by: Mahit Huilgol. Updated on September 29th, 2016. iPhone · News. Fuze case ...
iPhone 8 In Israel: Dramatic Upgrades For 2017, No iPhone 7s?The Inquisitr
iPhone 7 review: Hands on with Apple's latest best-sellerTechly
You can now spend money on the first iPhone 7 headphone jack caseThe Verge
Lifehacker Australia -Daily Mail -Mashable -Mirror.co.uk
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09/29/2016
Mercury Is Tectonically Active, Making it Uniquely Like Earth - Smithsonian

Smithsonian

Mercury Is Tectonically Active, Making it Uniquely Like Earth
Smithsonian
Mercury still has a molten core, like Earth does. As Mercury's core slowly cools, the density of that core increases and it gets slightly smaller. ( NASA/Johns Hopkins' Applied Physics Laboratory). By Jackson Landers. Smithsonian Magazine | Subscribe ...
Mercury joins Earth in tectonically active clubNew Atlas
We Just Found Out That Mercury Is Geologically ActiveGizmodo Australia
Earth is no longer the only planet with confirmed geological activityExtremeTech
International Business Times -The Register -Christian Science Monitor -Nature
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09/29/2016
Briefly: Zombie Run, Toxic Facebook, Star Citizen Update - Lifehacker Australia

Lifehacker Australia

Briefly: Zombie Run, Toxic Facebook, Star Citizen Update
Lifehacker Australia
Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Gizmodo goes to Zedtown to kill some zombies, Facebook is career poison, Star Citizen's downward spiral. The folks at Gizmodo did some zombie apocalypse training by participating in Zedtown, ...

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09/28/2016
The New Pokémon Anime Looks So Goofy - Kotaku

Kotaku

The New Pokémon Anime Looks So Goofy
Kotaku
Dubbed Pokémon Sun and Moon (clever!), the anime follows Ash's adventures in school. This is, it seems, the first time we've gotten a series based around the character's school life. According to this Japanese magazine leak, the show is going to be gag ...

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09/29/2016
Garmin wants your kids to get off the couch with its $80 Vivofit Jr tracker - Ars Technica

Ars Technica

Garmin wants your kids to get off the couch with its $80 Vivofit Jr tracker
Ars Technica
A lot of adults fall victim to being sedentary most of the day, and a lot of children are succumbing to this, too. Only one-in-three kids is physically active each day, and now there are fitness trackers for children that try to fix this. Garmin is the ...
Garmin's Vivofit Jr. rewards kids for being activeEngadget
Garmin Vivofit Jnr fitness tracker encourages your kids to keep activePocket-lint.com
Garmin Announces Vivofit Jr. a Fit and Chore Tracker and Rewards Program for KidsSuperSite for Windows

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09/28/2016
Signal for iPhone Gets Desktop Support - PC Magazine

PC Magazine

Signal for iPhone Gets Desktop Support
PC Magazine
Secure chat app Signal is now a bit more useful for iPhone users. The latest Signal for iPhone release allows users to move their messaging from the iPhone to the desktop and back. Once the iPhone and desktop clients are linked, users can switch their ...
IBM adds Apple's Swift to CloudBusiness Insider
The top iPhone and iPad apps on App StoreTheChronicleHerald.ca
How to watch the 2016 Presidential debates on your iPadThe iPad Guide
Broadway World
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09/28/2016
Melbourne just got free Wi-Fi - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Melbourne just got free Wi-Fi
Herald Sun
MELBOURNE has stepped up its game in the city wars, today becoming the first Australian capital to offer free Wi-Fi across the CBD. From today, Melburnians and visitors will be able to access the “world class free Wi-Fi Network” the state government ...

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09/28/2016
'A lemon': NBN backflips, abandons plan to use Optus cables it purchased for $800 million - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

'A lemon': NBN backflips, abandons plan to use Optus cables it purchased for $800 million
The Sydney Morning Herald
The National Broadband Network has dumped its plan to use Optus cables to deliver high-speed broadband less than a year after rubbishing reports the $800 million network was in a dire state and may be unusable. Leaked internal NBN documents, ...
NBN ditches $800 million Optus HFC networkCRN Australia
NBN scraps Optus HFC network for FttDPPACE Today
NBN Co won't use ageing Optus HFC networkThe Australian
finder.com.au -Herald Sun -ZDNet
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09/29/2016
Dishonored 2 Hands-on Preview – Superb Steampunk Sequel - Power Up Gaming

Power Up Gaming

Dishonored 2 Hands-on Preview – Superb Steampunk Sequel
Power Up Gaming
Cautiously setting foot into the beautifully ornate atrium of the grandiose Clockwork Mansion, I momentarily lose myself, wondering at its Victorian-esque architecture, and keen to explore further. However, it's not long before the disembodied voice of ...
Arkane Studios Has No Plans To develop Dishonored 3SegmentNext

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09/29/2016
Verily's e-paper medical wearable could help Alphabet predict disease - Wareable

Wareable

Verily's e-paper medical wearable could help Alphabet predict disease
Wareable
Remember that Google X medical grade health wearable? Well it's still in development and Verily (the Alphabet spin-off formed from Google X) has built a second generation device designed to assist large scale research studies. We don't have any ...
Alphabet health watch is a cardiac and activity monitorInternational Business Times UK
Alphabet has been secretly working on a new health smartwatch that doesn't need to be charged every dayBusiness Insider
Details emerge about Alphabet's upcoming health watchCNET
MIT Technology Review
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