Google has a clever plan to get your kids hooked on Gmail and YouTube

Google Gmail and YouTube for Children

Google is ready to target a special set of potential new customers: Children under the age of 13. The Information and The Wall Street Journal report that the company wants to offer children an easy yet safe way to access Google Internet services including Gmail and YouTube, which aren’t officially available to children, although they can easily sidestep Google’s precautionary settings by lying about their age when setting up an account.

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Amazing microscopic slow-motion video shows you exactly why jellyfish hurt so much

Why Do Jellyfish Stings Hurt

Have you ever been stung by a jellyfish and wondered to yourself how a mindless blob of tentacled sea goo possibly hurt you that much? A new video posted by SmarterEveryDay explains how jellyfishes’ tentacles are equipped with organelles called nematocysts that extend whenever they come into contact with something else and inject venom directly into it.

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Researchers figure out how to spy on your smartphone in a way you’ll never see coming

Smartphone Gyroscope Security Flaw

One common smartphone sensor that never seemed to pose much of a threat might in fact be the key to eavesdropping on a stranger’s conversation from afar. According to Wired, a group of researchers from Stanford University and the Israeli defense research group Rafael are going to hold a presentation at the Usenix security conference next week that will demonstrate how the gyroscope in your phone can be converted into “crude microphones” which can pick up sound waves in the area.

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Alleged photo of Galaxy Note 4 with curved display leaked

Samsung is set to launch the Galaxy Note 4 early next month at the IFA, with leaks referencing two variants of the device — a standard model with a form factor similar to that of the Galaxy Alpha and a curved display version which will allegedly be called the Galaxy Note Edge. The standard version was detailed in leaked images earlier this week, and thanks to a new leak by GSMArena, we can see what the curved display variant will look like.





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