science
Sleep Scientists Say All Our Devices Should Come With a “Bedtime Mode” Baked In

It’s not news that smartphones, tablets and e-readers emit a blue light that can keep us up when it’s time for bed. But in addition to abstaining from screens an hour before bed, experts say that all gadgets should have a “bedtime mode.” Read More >>

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Apple Confirms You’ll Be Able to Pre-Order the iPad Pro This Wednesday

Today Apple confirmed the company’s new monstrous iPad Pro will be available for preorder online starting this Wednesday, November 11th, and can be found in Apple stores, select carriers, and at authorised reseller locations later this week. Read More >>

security
Yahoo Kills Passwords With Simple Phone Sign-ins

Yahoo just laid another brick in the road to its password-less future: on a blog post, the company showed off its new mail app and another way for users to enter their accounts without needing to remember a password. Read More >>

tv
New Fire TV Stick vs New Chromecast vs Roku Stick: Streaming Dongle Showdown 2015

There’s a new Chromecast in town and Amazon’s Fire TV Stick is getting an update — which means it’s time for another streaming showdown. Roku’s stick hasn’t been updated since last year but we’re still throwing it into the face-off. Read More >>

security
Norway’s Doctors Still Use Floppy Disks, and They’re More Secure Than the Alternative

In Norway, doctors are clinging to older MS DOS-based electronic journals. As a result there’s a system in place that still employs floppy disks—and it works extremely well. But a blog post on Gundersen.net says the Norwegian government might be retiring the floppy disk option as soon as next year. Read More >>

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WatchOS 2 Launch Delayed Due to Software Bug

Even though watchOS 2 got the green light to launch today with iOS 9, that’s not going to happen thanks to a software bug. Apple gave TechCrunch a statement saying the bug was significant enough to put the watchOS update on hold, but that it would be released shortly. iOS 9 is still go to go, though. Read More >>

android
Android Pay Can Be Tricked Into Running On Some Phones Right Now

Android Pay should be rolling soon, but if you can’t wait for 'soon' to get here, there are ways to get the app working on your phone now. Well, kind of... Read More >>

gaming
This Cover Art Game Invites You to Literally Judge a Book By its Cover

We’ve all heard the idiom, “don’t judge a book by its cover.” But a new site called PlayJudgey.com encourages users to do just that—and its creators, Nate Gagnon and Dean Casalena, seem to have a moral of their own in mind: buy more books. Read More >>