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Play With Your Food Using KFC Gamer's Box

Play With Your Food Using KFC Gamer's Box ” The limited-edition twist on KFC’s popular chicken chest comes with a can of Mountain Dew (from partner PepsiCo), a smartphone mount, and two halves of a game pad.The Gamer’s Box 2.

Get me out of this car! NZ Airshow averts traffic disaster by utilizing built-in Bluetooth

Get me out of this car! NZ Airshow averts traffic disaster by utilizing built-in Bluetooth When the Royal New Zealand Air Force celebrated their 75th anniversary in 2012 with an air show, it turned into a gridlock nightmare, with interminable traffic queues weaving for miles, as 70,000 people flocked to the show.The New Zealand Defense Force acknowledges that after the 2012 event, they needed help.

Jump back into school with the ultimate tech accessories

Jump back into school with the ultimate tech accessories We're already halfway through the summer, and as tough as it is to think about going back to school again, it's much easier when you start exploring all the tech accessories that come with the season.With this VR headset, you'll be well on your way there and back in the nick of time.

Stop wasting money on camera film with the help of the Polaroid Zip

Stop wasting money on camera film with the help of the Polaroid Zip The Polaroid Zip connects to your iOS or Android device via Bluetooth or NFC technology and turns photos from your phone or tablet into prints with the help of a free app — though prints cost around 25 cents each.The built-in battery lasts for about 25 prints, and all you need to get printing is premium Zink zero papers.

Zing Smart Light Passes Crowdfunding Goal With Flying Colors

Zing Smart Light Passes Crowdfunding Goal With Flying Colors At age 31, I still prefer to keep a light on in the hallway, illuminating my way to the bathroom in the middle of the night.In just five weeks, San Diego-based Team Zing has more than doubled its crowdfunding goal of $52,500, collecting nearly $125,000 from 1,115 backers.

Gasp! Technology has gone too far! Fidgetly reveals their nnected fidget spinner

Gasp! Technology has gone too far! Fidgetly reveals their nnected fidget spinner Every CTRL device contains an accelerometer, gyroscope and hall effect sensor to give users control over their experience.” The device would allow users to use the fidget spinner as a mobile controller for a variety of mobile video games.

No keys needed with this Bluetooth enabled padlock

No keys needed with this Bluetooth enabled padlock Say goodbye to keys and forgotten combinations with The Nokē Padlock, a Bluetooth enabled smart lock that opens with the help of your iOS or Android phone.The Nokē app means instant and secure sharing: choose permanent, one-time, or custom settings.

Keep your iPhone in your pocket and shoot with this little guy instead

Keep your iPhone in your pocket and shoot with this little guy instead So, here’s a conundrum: You love your iPhone camera, but sometimes, you want to shoot a little more adventurously, say, as you bike down a mountain.You think GoPros are cool enough, but they’re kind of expensive, and well, everyone’s got one.

Behold, a levitating Bluetooth speaker in the shape of the Death Star

Behold, a levitating Bluetooth speaker in the shape of the Death Star Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission.This nifty little Bluetooth speaker in the shape of the Death Star projects sound in 360 degrees, plus it just looks super cool.

Why Fitbit is making headphones now

Why Fitbit is making headphones now The Flyer works with more devices than just the Ionic, too, and Fitbit hopes the headphones will catch on apart from the smartwatch.The Flyer team was focused on creating a product that addressed Fitbit's four main points of concern.

Go full James Bond with this button-sized spy camera

Go full James Bond with this button-sized spy camera What if we told you that you could channel your inner James Bond… for less than twenty bucks?The FSTCOM Hidden Spy Camera is a Bluetooth and WiFi-enabled recording device that’s the size of a button on your shirt—for all your espionage-related needs.

Proudly display your love of Star Wars and stop misplacing your keys at the same time

Proudly display your love of Star Wars and stop misplacing your keys at the same time This post is about a thing that's great—Star Wars—and a thing that's very terrible—losing your belongings.First, pick the character from the Star Wars universe you love the most—whether a classic, like Chewie, or a newcomer, like BB-8.

Hands-on review: 3SIXT's Bluetooth earbuds pack a surprising punch

Hands-on review: 3SIXT's Bluetooth earbuds pack a surprising punch I have been sceptical about Bluetooth earphones, my main concern has always been that my favourite song would just cut off randomly.I am pleased to say that in the two months I’ve been using 3SIXT’s Bluetooth studio earbuds that has only happened about four times, which means they honestly work way better than I expected.

Aliens probably made this cube-shaped speaker—and it's awesome

Aliens probably made this cube-shaped speaker—and it's awesome In a world where every new audio device to hit the market sports the same basic shape, one speaker dared to reject the tube and embrace the cube.The Cube Bluetooth Speaker features one of the most striking designs this side of the galaxy, only matched by its out-of-this-world sound quality.

The audio jack is officially dead forever — time to invest in some wireless headphones

The audio jack is officially dead forever — time to invest in some wireless headphones Once you're done mourning, it's finally time to invest in a good pair of wireless headphones.The magnet is paired to the Bluetooth technology, so the headphones automatically pair to your phone when the magnet is pulled apart.

Experts mment: Behind the Bluetooth 'BlueBorne' zero-days

Experts mment: Behind the Bluetooth 'BlueBorne' zero-days As news spreads of the Bluetooth zero-day that affects more than 5 billion devices, security experts are warning users to use Bluetooth with caution.Originally discovered by security firm Armis, the BlueBorne vulnerabilities spread via over-the-air (OTA) attacks via Bluetooth.

New Bluetooth Malware Affects Billions of Devices, Requires No Pairing

New Bluetooth Malware Affects Billions of Devices, Requires No Pairing A new malware attack, dubbed BlueBorne, is spreading in the wild, thanks to a combination of eight different vulnerabilities affecting Android, iOS, IoT devices, Windows, and Linux.But you can’t typically exchange data with a Bluetooth device if you aren’t paired with it — at least, not in theory.

Bluetooth might let hackers into your phone

Bluetooth might let hackers into your phone In case you needed another reason to fear for your phone's security: Your phone, computer, smartwatch, and smart home devices are at risk of being hacked whenever bluetooth is on.The researchers were able to infiltrate a Google Pixel, Samsung Galaxy phones, an LG Sports Watch, and a car audio system by attacking Bluetooth, according to the report.

You Can't Completely Disable Wi-Fi or Bluetooth From iOS 11's Control Center

You Can't Completely Disable Wi-Fi or Bluetooth From iOS 11's Control Center Starting with iOS 11, disabling Bluetooth and Wi-Fi from the Control Center will not shut them off.The iOS Control Center is a menu that appears when you swipe upwards from the bottom-center of the device.