Inside Apple's Anechoic Chamber Where Its Keyboards Get That Distinctive Clickety-Clack

Apple’s not been especially forthcoming over the years UNDERSTATEMENT but recently the company has been opening up. Case in point: Journalist Steven Levy went inside Apple’s HQ to see where the company prototypes hardware, including an acoustical lab for tuning the audible feedback from your fingers. »15 minutes ago

Watch how safety chaps prevent a chainsaw from cutting your leg

A chainsaw is one of the most dangerous single things on this planet. A roaring machine cycle of sharp teeth created to cut anything down. And if you add an idiot human to the mix, you’re just asking for blood and accidents. Luckily, a pair of safety chaps makes it so much safer. How can a pair of clothes be able to… »Yesterday 6:54pm

Logitech's Clickiest Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is Cheaper Than Ever

Logitech’s G710/G710+ mechanical gaming keyboard is one of your five favorites, and Best Buy has knocked the ultra clicky Cherry MX Blue version down to $60 today, an all-time low by about $30. [Logitech G710 with Cherry MX Blue Switches, $60] »Today 3:36pm

Uber Data Breach Exposes Licenses and IRS Documents for Nearly a Thousand Drivers

Earlier today, Uber released a new “Uber Partner app, designed to give drivers more information so Uber works better for them.” It also inadvertently gave anyone access to an untold number of sensitive scanned documents for almost 1,000 of these same drivers. »Today 5:50pm

The Navy Is Teaching Celestial Navigation Again as a Backup Plan Against Hackers 

The Naval Academy hasn’t taught midshipmen how to navigate by the stars in nearly 20 years, but it’s reintroducing the old-school approach to maritime travel. Why use a sextant instead of computers and GPS? Worries about ships stranded by cyber-attacks, which have the Navy re-thinking its reliance on tech. »Today 4:30pm