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While smartphone use is usually cracked down on in school, math teachers now have a new problem aside from texting and Facebook. A new app can solve math problems with a smartphone camera.

Paralyzed groom surprises guests and walks down the aisle

Matt Ficarra who, was paralyzed from the chest down in 2011 after a boating accident, achieved the seemingly impossible when he walked down the aisle on Saturday night.

Even Steve Ballmer admits Microsoft is losing in mobile

Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer doesn't think the company is "winning" when it comes to mobile, he said in an interview with CBS This Morning.

Billionaire Sean Parker building an app as part of wedding settlement

"Over-the-top" doesn't begin to describe the summer 2013 wedding of Facebook billionaire Sean Parker and singer-songwriter Alexandra Lenas.

The future of air conditioning is cool Special

With global economic development only going to increase across the next few years a conscious effort is being made to develop radically more energy efficient air conditioning systems.

Microsoft phasing out Nokia brand name

Microsoft has officially decided to phase out the Nokia brand name, with the announcement being made on the Nokia France Facebook page.

Chinese store hires tailor to adjust pockets for iPhone 6 Plus

Some people are finally starting to pick up on the fact that phones are getting bigger — but pockets can't accommodate them, One Chinese company appears to get the message.

The best, hardest-to-find Android phone is available for preorder next week

The OnePlus One caught the tech industry's attention when it launched earlier this year, primarily for two reasons: it's an excellent value for the price, and it's extremely hard to get your hands on.

'Anonabox' Tor router pulled from Kickstarter

The anonymising "Anonabox" broadband router has had its successful crowd-funding campaign on Kickstarter pulled within just days of it starting amid complaints about the device's legitimacy.

Apple quietly announced new technology that could change the wireless industry

Apple didn't just unveil its new iPads on Thursday — it announced a separate, less advertised product that could mean trouble for wireless carriers.

Facebook 'Safety Check' lets users post they're safe in disaster

As severe storms spread across much of the southeast and Atlantic coastline, Facebook announced the release of Safety Check, an application that instantly allows user to notify family and friends they are safe following a natural disaster.

Sneak Peak of LA’s STEAM Carnival will be at a Hacker Preview Day

An entertainment engineering company called Two Bit Circus will hold the world’s 1st “Carnival from the Future.” A Hacker Preview day will be held beforehand to show what types of experiences will be seen at the carnival.

This is Apple's new iPad — the iPad Air 2

Apple has officially unveiled two new addition to the iPad line — the iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 3. Both tablets are available for preorder on Friday and will be launching next week.

Xbox One gets major system update for October

Microsoft's Xbox One is getting a system update today, continuing the monthly patches it has received since launch. This is one of the more major ones though and includes some major UI tweaks.

Dropbox breached, 6 million usernames and passwords stolen

Four hundred usernames and passwords for Dropbox accounts gathered from users have been posted online in plain text format with an assurance that over 6 million more have also been collected.

Op-Ed: What happened to good storytelling?

"The future is not a place that we're gonna go, it's a place that you get to create." These remarkably perceptive words from professional storyteller Nancy Duarte drew a line in the sand. A line we've crossed.

Analyst says a new iPad and a retina display iMac coming tomorrow

Apple is expected to begin shipping a new iPad and a 27-inch iMac model with a Retina display before the end of the year, says KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi-Kuo (via 9to5Mac). Both devices are likely to be unveiled at Apple's media event on Thursday.

Op-Ed: ACLU lawsuit enlightens shadowy NSA surveillance justification

Documents received by the American Civil Liberties Union in response to a lawsuit enlighten us to the deceptive language and tortured logic surrounding a secretive Executive Order being used by the NSA to justify illegally spying on every American.

Samsung accelerates Wi-Fi speeds

Samsung has announced that the company has developed Wi-Fi technology that can transmit data at speeds five times faster than any data services currently on the market.

The maker movement and the VR revolution cross paths at TechOutLA Special

There is a flurry of technological innovations happening in Los Angeles right now. Companies are experimenting with new ways of immersing people into creative environments where they can learn cutting-edge skills and explore the world like never before.

Video: Swede fitted with first mind-controlled prosthetic arm

A 42-year-old Swede who lost his right arm over 10 years ago has become the world's first arm amputee to be fitted with a mind-controlled prosthetic arm directly connected to his bone, nerves and muscles.

Transfer money with just a tweet in France from tomorrow

Starting tomorrow, French citizens will be able to transfer money to friends and family via a simple tweet thanks to a partnership between Twitter and French bank Groupe BPCE.

Op-Ed: Go slower to go faster

There are three things I’m going to tell you in this piece. They are fundamental to understanding your health, the health of your startup, and why things move so much faster in China.

Op-Ed: Activist group urge civilians to fight digital surveillance

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has commissioned two projects on Thursday that will provide information and support to digital privacy advocates all over the globe.

Amazon to open first brick-and-mortar site

Online retail giant Amazon has announced plans to open a physical location in New York City across the street from the Empire State building.

Head of Twitter news staff lasts less than one year

The head of Twitter's news staff left the social media company Wednesday after less than a year at the helm of a revitalized operation.

Elon Musk: Robots could delete humans like spam

Elon Musk took to the stage Wednesday night at the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit to warn attendees that advanced artificial intelligence could spell the end of humanity.

The hottest tech and gadgets: A look back at the IFA 2014

Last month, the world’s largest consumer electronics fair IFA was held in Berlin. It was a great show that gave us a glance at lots of new products and gadgets that will appear on the market soon.

Robots, quadcopters, and electric skateboards shown at IEMMF Special

Vocademy is a 15,000 square-foot makerspace that contains high-tech tools where anyone can create just about anything. With their 1st year anniversary a few days away, they held an event that brought together makers of all kinds.

Detailed photos of Apple's next iPad might have just leaked

Apple is expected to officially unveil its successor to the iPad Air on Oct. 16, but we may already know exactly what it looks like.

U.S. government to store top-secret documents in the cloud

A newly released document from the Department of Defense reveals that the government agency has come up with two inventive ways to store classified government information online using cloud computing.

Ultimate cost of HP restructuring put at 55,000 jobs

More than 15,000 additional workers will lose their jobs with Silicon Valley mainstay Hewlett-Packard Co. by next October when the venerable tech giant splits in two.

Twitter lawsuit seeks transparency in surveillance requests

Twitter has filed suit against the U.S Justice Department, claiming current laws restricting what the company can publicly disclose about national security requests is a violation of the First Amendment.

New York City hit by 'Invasion of the Data Snatchers'

After a news report this week, New York City says about 500 advertising beacons will be uninstalled from Manhattan phone booths.

This startup wants to make your smartphone's camera a lot better

While smartphone cameras have come a long way, most of them can't snap a completely clear photo while zoomed in on the subject. Startup DynaOptics is looking to change that.

Samsung reports profit 60 percent less than last year

Samsung Electronics is reporting another substantial profit loss for the third quarter of the year, developing an increasing trend that has continued for the past four quarters.

Facebook admits mistake on emotional manipulation study

Social media giant Facebook admitted that it made a mistake in conducting the study, which in June set off a huge furor for manipulating users' emotions on the social site.

FDA approves device stimulate hair growth with laser light

The Federal Drug Administration recently approved a device that claims to treat androgenetic alopecia, or male-patterned baldness.

Can PayPal survive splitting from eBay?

Plans have been approved for PayPal to separate from eBay and form its own independent business. PayPal is currently responsible for handling one of every six dollars spent online and are looking to increase that figure.

You could soon send friends money using Facebook Messenger

PayPal, Venmo, Square, and even Clinkle might have a new competitor on the horizon: Facebook Messenger. According to hacked screenshots...

Apple and Reddit shut down the iWorm virus that took control of Macs

Apple has added the dangerous iWorm bug to its malware detector after 17,000 Mac users were found to have been infected with the virus.

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