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IBM tech finds virus-laden apps before they reach your phone

Mobile malware is bad enough by itself, but it’s a nightmare at workone infection could put everyone’s phones at risk, if not the whole business. IBM has a fix, bagaman. A new version of its MobileFirst Protect tool now automatically looks for vir… Engadget RSS Feed

Lumalawak ang Amazon isang oras na paghahatid sa Baltimore at Miami

It’s easy to just run to the store if you need toilet paper or oranges now. But what if you’re looking for uranium ore or a Badonkadonk land tank? Impatient Miami and Baltimore residents will now be able to get such products in one or two hours (or l… Engadget RSS Feed

Starbucks delivery rolls out in US cities this year

Starbucks already has locations on nearly every street cornereven ones directly across from each otherbut now on-demand delivery service Postmates will grab your coffee and bring it directly to your office, house or basically wherever your mo… Engadget RSS Feed

Microsoft sa Yahoo sagot karibal tahimik bubukas para sa pagsubok

We’ve all stared, wide-eyed, at the people on Yahoo Answers who want to know how to become a real mermaid or why their cat vibrates. It appears that Microsoft has too, but it’s philosophy is not to join its one-time friend, but to beat it with a home… Engadget RSS Feed

Health insurance data breach exposes 11 milyong tao

Sa kasamaang-palad, the days of massive health care data breaches are far from over. Premera Blue Cross has revealed that hackers breached its insurance customer data starting in May 2014, potentially exposing both the financial and medical records of 11 … Engadget RSS Feed

Ilalim ng Tubig Aussie wave bukid mag-usisa parehong kapangyarihan at tubig

It isn’t the motion of the ocean that matters so much as what you do with the waves. At one Australian naval base, those waves are being put to use providing steady streams of both electricity and potable water, all while generating zero emissions. Sa… Engadget RSS Feed

Smash-a-ball improves blind kidsmemory and spatial awareness

The machine you see above is called Smash-a-ball, and to put it simply: it’s like Whack-a-mole designed to help blind kids develop certain skills. Smash-a-ball was developed by Nadia Guevara and Pedro Bori, a couple of educational psychologists, who’… Engadget RSS Feed

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