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Researchers find a way to snoop on you through your phone’s vibration motor

Cover up your webcam, disable microphone access and put on your tinfoil hat — but it won’t make any difference,

Waking up with Pavlok’s wrist-shocking wearable alarm clock

I can’t help but think about shock collars when I wrap the bright orange silicone around my wrist. They’ve always

$30M Stampede 2 supercomputer will provide 18 petaflops of data crunching power to researchers nationwide

Watch out, global supercomputer top 5, there’s a new contender. Or at least there will be soon, once the $30

Photo-sharing app for health professionals, Figure1, adds direct messaging

Figure1, which started out as a photo-sharing app for medical professionals, has quietly added direct messaging to its platform, showing

T-Mobile is giving every customer a share of its stock

T-Mobile had another of its un-carrier events today, which now have so many regular giveaways they are starting to look like

Facebook Live attacks Twitch with game streaming

If people spend a lot of time doing something on the Internet, you can bet Facebook wants a piece. Its

Dashlane launches a password management tool for the enterprise

Keeping your passwords safe, updated, strong and less vulnerable to hacks is a challenge for everyone – even a few

The Alfieri Firenze brings a bubbly touch to the traditional watch

Like tea and toddler’s birthday parties, everything is better with bubbles. This interesting new Kickstarter watch has a unique “bubble”

Bose’s QuietComfort headphones finally go wireless

The Bose name has more or less been synonymous with the words “noise cancelling.” As for wireless? Not so much.

Atari is embracing the Internet of Things with new smart home devices

Admittedly, Atari isn’t the entertainment powerhouse it once was. The company has spent the last few years digging attempting to

How chief information officers become chief innovation officers

Jai Das Crunch Network Contributor Jai Das is a managing director at Sapphire Ventures. How to join the network In

Facebook is disabling messaging in its mobile web app to push people to Messenger

Facebook is removing the messaging capability from its mobile web application, according to a notice being served to users: “Your

Drones: Putting China’s economy on autopilot

Hugh Harsono Crunch Network Contributor Hugh Harsono is a former financial analyst currently serving as a U.S. Army Officer. More

Navy researchers develop ‘Iron Man’ style in-helmet HUD for divers

Researchers at the U.S. Navy have created a high-tech, in-helmet display for divers in the service that looks like something

Instagram’s new algorithm that puts the best posts first goes live for all

If you’re looking at your Instagram today, you might notice something has changed: older posts from friends and other accounts