First look: Gamevice is a unique, collapsible, Lightning-connected iPhone game controller

Article Image Gamevice is the first Lightning-connected controller case we’ve tested for Apple’s larger iPhones, fitting both the iPhone 6 and 6s series, as well as the larger Plus variants. It accomplishes this with a unique, collapsible design that helps it stand out from other options on the market.

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Stop stores and airports from tracking your movements

Did you know that for several months Wal-Mart tested a facial recognition system that can pick an individual out of a crowd and track them automatically through a store? It’s true. Wal-Mart was mainly using the system to spot known shoplifters, but I’m sure you can think of more worrying purposes.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/11/28/stop-stores-and-airports-from-tracking-your-movements.html

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Navy test-fires upgraded Tomahawk

The Navy and Raytheon recently flight tested software upgrades to the Tomahawk missile with two sea-launched test-firings near China Lake, Calif., designed to shoot the weapon up to high altitudes and assess the weapon’s improved maneuverability.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2014/10/02/navy-test-fires-upgraded-tomahawk/

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