It’s Dangerous To Go Alone! Carry The Brunton Universal Charger Power Knife

If only the world recharged with one standard. But it doesn’t (thanks Apple!). Enter the Brunton Power Knife. It’s a Swiss Army Knife for the smartphone age with a cable connector for just about every situation. Read More

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It’s Dangerous To Go Alone! Carry The Brunton Universal Charger Power Knife

If only the world recharged with one standard. But it doesn’t (thanks Apple!). Enter the Brunton Power Knife. It’s a Swiss Army Knife for the smartphone age with a cable connector for just about every situation. Read More

How To Use A Knife Outdoors

A knife is the most essential and useful tool you can take with you into the outdoors. But, do you know how to get the most out of one? Let’s go over the basics and show you all the stuff a knife can do. Read more...

Misen Wants To Crowdfund A Knife For Your Life

Is there anything you can’t crowd fund? First it was smartwatches and books and now it’s shoes, pants, and now knives. In fact today’s crowdfunding treat comes from Misen, a group that wants to make a high-tech knife for home chefs who might want to cut some tomatoes and, potentially,

​Can One Knife Handle Every Bushcraft Job?

This new Vulture Equipment Works Cholera is described as an, "all mountain" blade. A knife you can use for everything from making a fire to butchering game. We beat on it everywhere from the beaches of Maui to the forests of British Columbia to find out if that claim is true.Read more...

IT Automation Service Chef Acquires Tower3 To Power New Analytics Platform

Chef isn’t just a feel-good summer move for foodies, but also one of the fastest-growing IT automation services out there. Indeed, the company today announced that its incremental recurring revenue grew 182 percent year-over year in the last quarter.

​This Knife's Sheath Folds To Become Its Handle

With a locking blade guard that pivots to become the handle and an integral carabineer, this new DPx Gear HIT Cutter is a strong, versatile knife that promises to be quickly and easily accessible when you need it.Read more...

Why Switchblades Are Banned

Second Amendment enthusiasts are adding a new front to their right-to-bear-arms battle: Knives. In particular, the infamous switchblade, which has been banned by federal law since 1958. Why all the fuss? Well, it all dates back to racism, xenophobia, class warfare, and political theater.

A Blow-by-Blow Analysis of Donald Trump and Ben Carson's Knife Fight

Donald Trump is accusing Ben Carson of lying in his story of attempting to stab a friend as a teenager. “How stupid do people have to be to believe that?” Asks Trump, challenging the assertion that a belt buckle could turn a knife blade. Let’s armchair quarterback this.Read more...

LG's leather G4 is the swiss army knife of smartphones with a killer camera

With LG's new flagship G4 Android smartphone, life really is good. No, scratch that, life is great.The best Android smartphones all have compromises. The Galaxy S6 has a fantastic camera,

Creator Of The Power Squid, Chris Hawker, Hits The Crowdfunding Trail With Quickey

Long-time readers will recall one of my favorite series, The Song Of The Power Squid, a six-parter by inventor Chris Hawker. Written at the cusp of the hardware startup revolution, the story was part cautionary tale and part adventure as Hawker and his team tried to bring the Power Squid,

MoviePass is under investigation for securities fraud in New York state

More bad news for MoviePass . At the direction of New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood, MoviePass parent company Helios and Matheson is now the subject of a fraud probe in New York state. “We’ve launched a securities fraud investigation into ⁦@MoviePass⁩’ parent company,

Uber is developing an on-demand staffing business

Uber is reportedly developing a short-term staffing business to offer 1099 independent contractors for events and corporate functions, the Financial Times first reported. Dubbed Uber Works, the service would provide waiters, security guards and other temporary staffers to business partners,

Researchers create virtual smells by electrocuting your nose

The IEEE has showcased one of the coolest research projects I’ve seen this month: virtual smells. By stimulating your olfactory nerve with a system that looks like one of those old-fashioned kids electronics kits, they’ve been able to simulate smells. The project is pretty gross.

There’s now proof that quantum computers can outperform classical machines

The hype around quantum computing is real. But to fully realize the promise of quantum computing, it’ll still take a few years of research and scientific breakthroughs. And indeed, it still remains to be seen if quantum computers will ever live up to the hype. Today, though,

Google Maps’ ETA sharing feature hits iOS

If you’re heading out to meet someone, there are plenty of ways to inform them of your location and estimated arrival. Chat apps like WhatsApp, Messenger, LINE, and iMessage, for example, offer location sharing functionality,

Google improves Android App Bundles and makes building Instant Apps easier

Google is launching a number of new features for Android app developers today that will make it easier for them to build smaller apps that download faster and to release instant apps that allow potential users to trial a new app without having to install it. Android App Bundles,

Twilio launches a new SIM card and narrowband dev kit for IoT developers

Twilio is hosting its Signal developer conference in San Francisco this week. Yesterday was all about bots and taking payments over the phone; today is all about IoT. The company is launching two new (but related) products today that will make it easier for IoT developers to connect their devices.

iPhone 6 Comes To 36 More Markets This Month, Taking The Total To 69

With the launch of the iPhone 6, Apple is stepping up its game in terms of how fast it is rollout out the product internationally to compete more sharply against the Samsungs of the world. Apple has just announced that it will be adding 36 more countries and territories in Europe, Asia,

Smartzer Zips Up $400k To Make Fashion Videos Shoppable

UK b2b startup Smartzer, which was founded back in December 2012, has pulled in $400,000 in angel funding to launch a fashion-focused video tagging tech that’s designed to make look book, catwalk and other fashion video content shoppable. Read More

Delivery Hero Buys Brazil’s Subdelivery As It Beefs Up In Asia And LatAm

Delivery Hero, the startup that is now valued at over $1 billion and is raising a lot of cash to compete heavily against the likes of Just-Eat and FoodPanda in the food delivery market outside the U.S.,is adding another acquisition to its list as it focuses on growth in Latin America and Asia.

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WikiLeaks Exposes Countries That Use Controversial 'FinFisher' Surveillance Tech

WikiLeaks published a batch of documents and files pertaining to the controversial surveillance technology company FinFisher on Monday, including a list of its customers and actual copies of its spywareThe release, the fourth one in the WikiLeaks series dubbed Spy Files,

Yahoo sees an increase in search traffic after they become the default in Firefox 34

Web search is one of the most common tasks undertaken on the internet today and remains the king. However, Mozilla recently announced they would be choosing Yahoo as the default search provider for users of Firefox 34.


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GCC的版本控制系统将以Git为主。Red Hat的Jason Merrill在GCC邮件列表上称,git svn( git svn rebase and git svn dcommit with git push)取代目前的 git-svn工作流,将git镜像作为master库使用只需要重写几个子目录分支,使其能在git中正确展现。

Superstar Skype Vloggers get creative

The name Skype may bring up visions of talking to long distance relatives over video, but there’s a whole lot more to it than that. In fact there’s a whole community of Skype Vloggers...The post Superstar Skype Vloggers get creative appeared first on WinBeta.

Meet the 13-year-old twins launching a fashion business in their holidays

Two 13-year-old girls from Sydney are attempting to launch a line of fashion bracelets and fulfil their dream of running a business together.While most teenagers are busy relaxing during the school holidays,

TechCrunch Is Going To Davos

The World Economic Forum — held in the mountain village of Davos, Switzerland every year — has increasingly become a place where its usual attendees (the captains of the world’s biggest industries) have been joined by the biggest and hottest technology firms.

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