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Just a Pair of These $11 Radio Gadgets Can Steal a Car

QIHOO 360 TEAM UNICORN FOR YEARS, AUTOMAKERS and hackers have known about a clever attack that spoofs the signal from a wireless car key fob to open a vehicle’s doors, and even drive it away. But even after repeated demonstrations—and real thefts—the technique still works on a number of models. Now a team of Chinese researchers has not only demonstrated ... Read More »

Take Your Company From Average To Exceptional With These Business-Building Strategies

If you’re like most ambitious business owners, you want your company to become increasingly successful with each passing day. However, you’ve probably realized that this will not happen magically. Rather, you need to systematically implement business-building techniques that are known to generate substantive results. Below you’ll find just three of many techniques you can use to take your company from ... Read More »

These Are the 5 Worst Cities for Mobile Phone Users

Mobile carriers have spent billions to expand the reach of their 4G networks, but the gains aren’t spreading evenly across the country. Surveys by network rater Rootmetrics found starkly varying conditions in different metropolitan areas, as carriers’ investments didn’t always match the growth of usage in some places. In its latest rankings, some of the largest cities in the country—including ... Read More »

Check out these sleek renders of Samsung Galaxy S8

We’ve seen numerous leaks about Samsung Galaxy S8 – some claiming they are real, some obviously fake. And some are just renders from independent design studios specialized in product design based on rumors so far. Our latest renders come from the Korean studio DesignWoOS which presents us with the clearest look at the designs yet. The renders also include some ... Read More »

These are the new Emoji in the Android Nougat 7.1 update

The world of emojis on Android 7.1 is even more diverse, as Google is fully embracing the options available in the Unicode 9 update. There are a number of different male and female professions, which may add a little spark next time you want to tell someone what it is you do for a living. Examples include artist, astronaut, judge, ... Read More »

Halloween is coming! Stream these gems to get an early start on your monster mash

October has arrived. Monster month is here. And there’s no shortage of horrific movies to stream, to celebrate, and to scare away unwanted spirits. To start, we have one of the scariest vampire movies ever made—despite its being nearly a century old—as well as one of the spookiest and most underrated ghost movies of recent years. We have a monster ... Read More »

It’s football season! These second-screen apps make NFL games even more fun to watch

According to the NFL, 70 percent of fans use a second screen while watching football. It’s easy to understand why: mobile devices—and the apps that run on them—give us easy access to player stats and analysis, provide interactive features to supplement the big-screen experience, and offer a convenient way to communicate with other fans watching the game. We’ve rounded up ... Read More »

Whip the battle of the bulge with these steps: Experts

Mercedes-Benz India has been a major player in the development of the workforce  at a new plant in Brazil that was opened by its parent company recently. Workers for this new plant were sent to the Mercedes-Benz Chakan plant to familiarise themselves with the production processes. This was also done to integrate the new location into the international plant network ... Read More »

These 5 stocks are strictly for the bulls

If you think the S&P is primed to bounce, you might want to take a look at high-beta stocks. These are the names that tend to track the S&P most excitedly — climbing the most when the market rises and falling the furthest when the market skids. Given that stocks as a whole have suffered this year, it’s little surprise ... Read More »

US says cyber battle against ISIS will ‘black these guys out’

The U.S. is aggressively targeting ISIS in cyberspace, attempting to halt the group’s ability to communicate electronically, Secretary of Defense Ash Carter said Thursday. His comments build on those from earlier this week when, for the first time, the Department of Defense admitted to an active offensive cyberspace mission. “There is no reason why these guys ought to be able ... Read More »