Living a lie #seventhanomaly

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The other day I happened to read a small article on self deception in a news paper.  Reflecting on it I thought that it is not possible to live an absolutely truthful life.  Yes, there are innumerable occasions in our lives wherein we may have to speak something other than truth, lies to put it bluntly, just to impress others and to win our ways.

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Report: Xiaomi Now World’s Second Biggest Seller Of Wearables Behind Only Fitbit

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In a sign that the market for wearable devices remains nascent, China’s Xiaomi has risen from nowhere to become the industry’s second largest company responsible for one-quarter of all shipments in the first quarter of this year.

That’s according to new data from IDC, which ranks Fitbit top of the tree with 3.9 million shipments in Q1 2015, that’s more than double its previous year and 34.2 percent of the current market. Xiaomi came in next with 2.8 million shipments — 24.6 of the market — ahead of Garmin (6.1 percent), Samsung (5.1 percent) and Jawbone (4.4 percent). IDC noted that Pebble and Sony narrowly missed out on featuring in the top five.

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This data is, of course, pre-Apple Watch. Although IDC estimated that total wearable shipments increased by 200 percent over the past year, most observers expect the release of Apple’s device in April will kickstart greater awareness and more sales of wearables — although it…

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APPLE UPDATES OS X AND IOS

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Apple’s Well-Crafted Vanishing Point

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It’s a standard Apple play to shave a few atoms off the waists of its gadgets come refresh time — allowing the company’s marketing department to crow about thinner flagships that also pack more power and boast better screens, or both.

If rumors about a next generation model of the MacBook Air are to be believed, for instance, Apple is planning to slice the laptop’s thickness roughly in half, while boosting its display size from 11 inches to 12, mostly by reducing the bezel, so its overall footprint hardly grows at all.

But this party trick of packing more into less requires something to give. Likely space for certain physical ports, in the case of the rumored skeletal MacBook Air. While, for current iPhone flagships, the 6.9mm thick (thin) iPhone 6 and the 7.1mm iPhone 6 Plus, a degree of form-factor integrity has clearly been lost in the quest to achieve size 0 smartphones — hence the bendgate saga.

iPhones that weren’t quite so thin would probably have stood up a little more robustly…

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CoolChip Technologies Is Redesigning The Humble Computer Fan

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If there’s one part of a PC that doesn’t get enough love, it’s the fan. These small plastic spinning pieces cost almost nothing and keep hundreds or thousands of dollars of advanced technology from cooking itself.

The only time anyone talks about a computer’s fans is when we notice them doing their jobs. “I can’t go on YouTube without them winding up, making a bunch of noise!”

For many, these fans are becoming increasingly unnecessary. Chips built for phones, tablets and even some laptops are designed to use small enough amounts of power than they can dissipate heat without blowing a bunch of air all over everything.

But for users who demand power — gamers, video editors and the like — fans are still a reality that has to be dealt with every day.

CoolChip Technologies is working to redesign fans to be less of a nuisance. While there are…

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Clever 7-year-old discovers how to bypass Apple’s Touch ID in the simplest way possible

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While we’ve been reading about elaborate hacks of Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint identification system for more than a year now, one clever 7-year-old boy has figured out the simplest way to bypass the system without knowing one line of code. CNN Monday reports that Harrison Green, the 7-year-old son of Johns Hopkins University professor Matthew Green, smartly snuck into his father’s room while he was asleep and pressed his dad’s fingerprint against the Touch ID scanner on his iPhone 6 Plus. Voila — instant “hack.”

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Clever 7-year-old discovers how to bypass Apple’s Touch ID in the simplest way possible

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BGR

While we’ve been reading about elaborate hacks of Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint identification system for more than a year now, one clever 7-year-old boy has figured out the simplest way to bypass the system without knowing one line of code. CNN Monday reports that Harrison Green, the 7-year-old son of Johns Hopkins University professor Matthew Green, smartly snuck into his father’s room while he was asleep and pressed his dad’s fingerprint against the Touch ID scanner on his iPhone 6 Plus. Voila — instant “hack.”

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