Raspberry Pi gets an 8-megapixel Sony camera upgrade

Although the Raspberry Pi has undergone numerous refreshes since it launched three years ago, its first official accessory — a 5-megapixel Omnivision camer

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Tilt, the social payments app for millennials, launches in Australia

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Xiaomi CEO teases next version of its best-selling $15 fitness band

Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun teased out its next fitness tracker band at a recent Chinese tech conference.

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Dropbox will soon show all your cloud-based files right in the desktop

If you’re one of the 500 million people who’ve used Dropbox at some point over the last few years, you know what you’re getting in to. It’s a reliable way t

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Apple Will Know If You’ve Tampered With Its New Macbooks

Apple’s Macbooks are known to be difficult (if not impossible) to repair, but there’s always been the option if you’re stubborn enough.

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TweetDeck for Windows Is Officially Dead

TweetDeck has long been our favorite Twitter client for Windows, but today Twitter announced it’ll kill the Windows version on April 15th.

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How to call loved ones in Belgium for free

In the wake of the terror attacks in Brussels, Google and multiple phone companies have announced free calls to those trying to reach their loved ones in the Belgian capital.

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