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Yes, there’s a Splatoon mod for Team Fortress 2

Splatoon‘s cover-the-map-in-ink mechanic is unlike anything any other multiplayer shooter is doing at the moment.

Is the 8 Hour Workday Best, or Is There a Viable Alternative?

Generally, most jobs expect you to work eight hours a day. It’s a standard that was set a long time ago, and it remains in place today.

Implantable pump to regulate fluids in the eye and preserve vision

When its levels are slightly off-kilter, eye fluid can create pretty big problems for our vision. When blockages occur they can lead to a build up in pressure that destroys the optic nerve and causes blindness, a condition we know as glaucoma.

Leak Says Different Versions of the OnePlus 2 Will Launch Soon, Hints At Metal Housing

One of the most highly anticipated handsets of the year is the OnePlus 2, a device that’s expected to offer a high-end smartphone experience for a bargain price, just like its predecessor.

Vinyl records are still riding that big comeback wave, sales up 38% in a year

On Thursday, Nielsen Music released its 2015 US mid-year report, finding that overall music consumption had increased by 14 percent in the first half of the year.

Why do we keep expecting robots to kill us?

A man died in an industrial accident at a Volkswagen factory in Germany Wednesday. Normally, this would have been little noted — industrial accidents are unfortunately common, with an estimated 4,000 workplace deaths every year in the U.S.

AH Tech Talk: Google Product Testing And The Method Of “Dogfooding”

Testing products internally is a pretty normal practice for many companies, and while beta testing with individual consumers is also a good idea, it’s almost a better idea to make sure everything humanly possible is ironed out before those products or services are handed off to outsiders.

Is this Blackberry’s first Android smartphone?

Evan Blass or “Evleaks” came out on Twitter today to announce Blackberry’s new phone the “Venice”. He also said it was heading to AT&T soon.

Xiaomi’s Mi Band 1s leaks with heart sensor onboard

See full gallery on TechnoBuffalo Xiaomi’s original Mi Band came as a big surprise. The company, known for borrowing ideas from other firms, even copied Apple’s classic “one more thing” move before unveiling the $15 fitness tracker.

Rumored Blackberry Android Phone Image Leaks

Rumors of a Blackberry device powered by the Android operating system have been floating around for a while now, but just over the last few weeks to a month things have started to take shape.

Newest Benchmark Suggests 4GB RAM OnePlus 2

Compared to yesterday, today has been much calmer in terms of OnePlus news. Of course, it could not be much busier than it was yesterday, with a number of reports emerging including images which seemed to suggest that the OnePlus 2 will come sporting a front facing 8-megapixel camera and a dual-lens camera on the back.

Drone Used To Help Rescue Trapped Rafters

Drones are more than a novelty and more than just a tool used to take photos and videos. In fact recently it was proven that drones have a lot more use to them and can potentially be used for rescue missions, as proven in a recent rescue effort by the Auburn Fire Department in which a drone played a key role in helping rescue some trapped rafters.

Swappa Releases An App That Tells You How Much Your Phone Is Worth, But That's All

Swappa is an online marketplace where you can buy and sell gently used smartphones, tablets, and smart watches.

Dubai Office Building & Its Furniture Will Be Completely 3D Printed

We’ve seen 3D printing being used for all sorts of things, like creating fake animal parts to discourage poaching, to even 3D printing supercars, so what’s next?

Apple Music Is Reportedly A Huge Battery Drain

So Apple Music is here, and thanks to iCloud Music Library you can now potentially free up a ton of space on your phone and store your music in the cloud and stream it anytime and anywhere you want.

Casio Said To Launch A Smartwatch Next Year

Casio is one of the better-known brands when it comes to wristwatches, of course they have other products in their portfolio like calculators, cameras or even smartphones, but who could forget those classic designs like the F-91W (which is totally making a comeback) or those that included calculators?

Android Wear gets a YouTube app, complete with Chromecast support

Android Wear apps are growing pretty rapidly, and a new app has hit the Play Store that will let you watch YouTube videos right on your wrist.

Microsoft drops patent suit against Kyocera over technologies in its Android phones

Microsoft announced today that it has struck a deal with Kyocera to expand their patent licensing agreement, putting an end to a patent infringement suit that Microsoft brought against Kyocera earlier this year over technologies used in its Android phones.

Samsung LEVEL U Wireless Bluetooth Headset announced

Samsung intends to push the proverbial envelope even further with their latest release, the all new Samsung LEVEL U Bluetooth headset.

‘Wet Hot American Summer’ Returns With a New Trailer for ‘First Day of Camp’

The summer of Netflix originals marches onward with the debut of Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, a follow-up that fans have been clamoring for since the early 2000s.