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Omnicam shoots seamless 360-degree video

Fraunhofer researchers have developed a camera that can shoot distortion-free 360-degree video.

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Hands on with Ricoh's new Theta S 360° camera

The new model of the innovative all-around camera can snap better photos, take better video and is compatible with Google Maps uploads.

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Moto 360 hands-on

We take a closer look at the Moto 360 smartwatch from Motorola at IFA 2015.

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Lenovo has built its own Microsoft Surface: the Ideapad Miix 700

If you're a fan of Lenovo keyboards and the Microsoft Surface 3 design, the new Ideapad Miix 700 is for you.

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Acer Chromebook R11 hands-on

At IFA 2015, we explored Acer's laptop-hybrid, Chromebook R11 hands-on.

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Sources: Oracle releases Java evangelists

Unconfirmed reports across the Internet say Oracle has let go of its Java evangelists, but the company has not officially commented

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For discerning hackers, malware is so last year

Fraudsters rely on legitimate administrator tools instead of malware to successfully breach systems and steal data

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Jenkins-Docker pairing gathers momentum

Jenkins and Docker together could be a force in continuous delivery

Don’t check that box! Windows 7 patch KB 3083324 sneaks in

If you woke up this morning to a barely described Windows 7 patch, you aren’t alone

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DJI drone upgrade helps avoid crashes

A firmware update for DJI Phantom drones will help pilots with drone orientation.

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Yamaha's latest digital sound projector delivers Dolby Atmos surround sound from a single cabinet

Movie soundtracks encoded with Dolby Atmos trick your brain into hearing sound from all directions, not just front and rear.

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What we expect from Apple's Sept 9 event

It's that time again! Apple is gearing up to announce its next iPhone, Apple TV...and maybe more.

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Why your big data strategy is a bust

Even when you get big data technology right and your reports deliver actionable insight, the executives may not recognize the value

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3D printing in cookie dough tastes better than plastic

A food printer that can print cookies and pizzas will go on sale next year for $1,800.

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High tech fridge magnet makes phone calls

Triby will go on sale in October for $199 and can make phone calls and play music from the refrigerator.

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Hackathons for all: Microsoft tool simplies setup, admin duties

Microsoft is planning to bring its internal tool for running hackathons to the public next year, starting by allowing a few select colleges to test drive it at their own events.

Google Compute Engine adds bigger VMs, autoscaling

Google Compute Engine continues to grow, but it still lags behind Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure in the market

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Intel promises $50M for quantum computing research

Intel is funding quantum computing research in the Netherlands, hoping to make fully functional quantum computers a reality in a dozen years or so

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