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Recent articles by Rachel:

Sega's new app lets you remotely win prizes from a real claw machine in Japan

If you've ever wanted to play around on a claw machine without all the hassle of leaving your house -- or even standing up -- technology has come through for yo... → Read More

Beats Solo Pro headphones are back to their lowest price on Amazon

The Solo Pro and Powerbeats Pro models both have $50 off. → Read More

London police begin using live facial recognition tech across the capital

Critics say more time is needed to properly understand the technology before it's rolled out. → Read More

MIT's new GPS system uses satellite images to put you in the right lane

The system could bring detailed GPS maps to otherwise under-served areas. → Read More

Steam's Lunar New Year sale begins with deals on GTA, Witcher and more

Steam is having a massive sale in celebration of the Lunar New Year and it all kicks off today. Right now, catch deals on Grand Theft Auto V (50 percent off), D... → Read More

Tinder is working on a panic button for dangerous situations

Tinder is taking more steps to beef up user safety, rolling out features that give daters the option to receive check-ins, hit a panic alarm and even call autho... → Read More

Apple drops Flash from its latest Safari browser preview

It's another nail in the coffin for Adobe Flash. Tech providers have been moving away from the dying plugin for years, and now Apple has completely done away wi... → Read More

JDI's ultrathin biometric sensor is built for 'high security' authentication

Japan Display, the company known for cramming massive screen resolutions into tiny spaces, has created the world's first ultrathin image sensor that measures fi... → Read More

SteelSeries' price-friendly gaming peripherals are made for everyone

SteelSeries is known for its mid- to high-end gaming peripherals -- now it's hoping to entice more players to its brand with a suite of more affordable items. I... → Read More

Uber experiment lets California drivers set their own fares

Uber is testing another new feature in what is presumably a bid to help mitigate the restrictions of Assembly Bill 5, which requires the company to treat its dr... → Read More

UK begins testing unsupervised autonomous transport pods

Shoppers at a UK mall have the opportunity to try out autonomous transport pods this week which -- in a UK first -- operate entirely without supervision. The dr... → Read More

Scottish Police bought a fleet of devices for smartphone data-mining

A fleet of password-bypassing 'cyber kiosks' will roll out this week. → Read More

Wikipedia comes back online in Turkey after multi-year ban

It's not the first popular website Turkey has banned for political reasons. → Read More

Android devices stop alerting users to completed app updates

Disabling the notifications is an intended feature. → Read More

Blipblox gives its kid synthesizer a grown-up makeover

Blipblox made something of a name for itself creating a synthesizer for kids. But the brightly-coloured, big-buttoned device -- with a surprisingly robust digit... → Read More

Microsoft ends support for Windows 7 today

It's the end of the road for Windows 7. After 10 years of support, Microsoft is ending security updates for the operating system today. This means that if you'r... → Read More

Instacart pickups now include alcohol and let stores know you're nearby

Online grocery company Instacart has added a bunch of new features to its Pickup service, designed to make it even easier to click-and-collect your stuff. Custo... → Read More

Travelex hack knocks out Samsung Pay international money transfers

Hackers have demanded $6 million from Travelex, and many of its partners are affected. → Read More

Google's EU Android search choice is good for DuckDuckGo, bad for Bing

DuckDuckGo appears most frequently as an alternative choice to Google. → Read More

LG vows to make its failing mobile unit profitable by the end of 2021

The company's mobile division has been losing money for years. → Read More