Cyborg Unplug is a gadget no bigger than a laptop charger that plugs into a wall and patrols the local Wi-Fi network for connected Google Glass devices, along with other potential surveillance gadgets like Google Dropcams, Wi-Fi-enabled drone copters, and certain wireless microphones.
For two years, the company has been working to build flying robots that can deliver products across a city in a minute or two.
If Google and Amazon put as much energy behind solving global warming or colonizing Mars as they did in creating drones that could deliver your stupid packages to your door, they’d still fuck it up, but they’d at least be doing something interesting and possibly useful in some indirect way.
"Flappy Bird is back, and now you can play with friends" if you have Amazon stuff which you probably don't
The creator of Flappy Bird has made good on his promise to bring the incredibly popular mobile game back, this time with a two-player option.
On Amazon’s Android store only. Which means dozens and dozens of people will be playing it.
"Twenty brilliant minds, all under age 20, just started their venture this summer with the Thiel Fellowship program."
So brilliant, they’re dumb. Whatever else college is, it gets you out of your parents’ house.
And if you stay at you parents’ house to go to a commuter college? Still dumb. Sign up for Peter Thiel’s bullshit.
All the comfort of wearing a can of tuna on your wrist and half the style as well.
Most early-adapter tech types don’t have the NFL ham hocks required to support such a massive chunk of useless chrome upon their delicate, bird-boned wrists.
You gotta love how Google, Samsung, et al. keep coming out with technology nobody wants. They won’t get wearables right until Apple shows them how to do it — once again.
As if you didn’t know this would happen:
Nest Labs is set to share some user information with corporate parent Google for the first time since its February acquisition.
Users will have to opt in for their information to be shared with Google….
"Policy." Bah. Like a policy is some law that can’t be changed on a whim.