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Taking cues from Chromecast, Sharp turns TVs into art displays 08 January 2015, 00.14 Internet Television
Taking cues from Chromecast, Sharp turns TVs into art displays
One of the features Sharp had on display at its CES booth looked vaguely familiar: Sharp’s 2015 TVs automatically display a series of works of art and great-looking photos when not in use, which the company is calling
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Online outlets showed Hebdo images but offline media didn’t. Why? 08 January 2015, 00.14 Internet Television
Online outlets showed Hebdo images but offline media didn’t. Why?
As the world struggled to understand the violence in Paris, where 12 cartoonists and other staff at the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo were gunned down by Islamic extremists, media outlets were faced with a challenge: Should
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Neil Young: Pono won’t be a hardware company for long (video interview)
Neil Young’s high-definition audio startup Pono just started selling its Pono player, but the music legend told me during an interview at CES in Las Vegas Wednesday that he sees Pono getting out of the hardware business
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Tesco sells Blinkbox to TalkTalk and may offload Dunnhumby 08 January 2015, 00.14 Internet Television
Tesco sells Blinkbox to TalkTalk and may offload Dunnhumby
The British supermarket giant Tesco is, to put it mildly, having financial difficulties. On Thursday it unveiled a range of measures that it hopes will help dig it out of its hole. These include the sale of Tesco Broadband and
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Deezer buys mobile-focused Muve Music from Cricket / AT&T 08 January 2015, 00.14 Internet Television
Deezer buys mobile-focused Muve Music from Cricket / AT&T
Paris-based music streaming service Deezer has acquired Muve Music, the mobile-focused music service from Leap Wireless. Leap is a virtual mobile operator better known for its Cricket service, which was itself acquired by
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Earth News Reports

Adidas, Nau, REI, Timberland Commit to Responsible Down Standard
RECOMMENDED FOR YOU: The North Face Creates Responsible Down Standard for Industry Use Adidas, Nau, REI, Timberland Commit to Responsible Down Standard by Jasmin Malik Chua , 01/22/15   filed under: Eco-Fashion Brands,
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Reality Show Sends Fashion Bloggers to Work in Cambodian Sweatshop
RECOMMENDED FOR YOU: Cambodian Garment Workers Are Working Themselves to Death Reality Show Sends Fashion Bloggers to Work in Cambodian Sweatshop by Jasmin Malik Chua , 01/23/15   filed under: Worker Rights
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Vivienne Westwood Likes Prince Charles’s Ancient, Moth-Eaten Jackets
RECOMMENDED FOR YOU: Vivienne Westwood’s Tips for Living Sustainably in Style Quotes Vivienne Westwood Likes Prince Charles’s Ancient, Moth-Eaten Jackets by Jasmin Malik Chua , 01/23/15   filed under: Green
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Nissan and NASA team up to build autonomous cars for use in space
Share on TumblrEmail Nissan and NASA have inked a new partnership to further research autonomous vehicles that could be used not only here on Earth, but also in space. The five-year research and development
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Solar Impulse unveils route for first round-the-world flight powered by the sun
Share on TumblrEmail Slated for take off in either late February or early March 2015, the Solar Impulse 2 flight is expected to span approximately 25 flight days
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This cleverly designed bamboo bike charges mobile devices 24 January 2015, 00.26 Transportation
This cleverly designed bamboo bike charges mobile devices
Share on TumblrEmail Bambootec, a consortium from Yucatán, Mexico, has created a bamboo bicycle that turns pedaling into electricity for charging mobile devices. The bike also has a navigation dashboard in
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10 most creative scarves for winter 24 January 2015, 00.26 Green Architecture
10 most creative scarves for winter
I hate to quote dead Game of Thrones characters, but upon finally seeing some snow this morning, I thought: “Winter is coming”. This post shares some cool, creative, cute, funny, or geeky scarves that you’ll
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15 websites that use white space the right way 24 January 2015, 00.26 Green Architecture
15 websites that use white space the right way
Whenever anyone says white space, then we literally visualize white blank/empty spaces in our mind (white space can be of any color though). Well, that is true and is applicable even while designing. White space is actually the
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Get Adagio Sans Family for only 24 January 2015, 00.26 Green Architecture
Get Adagio Sans Family for only $20
If you are looking for a great sans-serif font family but don’t have the budget for Helvetica or Futura, then you should definitly consider this deal for Adagio Sans. Adagio Sans is very versatile and can be used for
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Spectacular surreal self-portraits by Joel Robison 24 January 2015, 00.26 Green Architecture
Spectacular surreal self-portraits by Joel Robison
Joel Robison likes to take self-portraits, but he doesn’t do it the way selfies-takers do. Not only Robison is a good photographer, he is also an excellent user of Photoshop. More than portraits, his series is made of
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Technology News Reports

Blackberry wants to force popular services onto its platform in the name of net neutrality
Blackberry CEO John Chen has penned on the company’s blog his argument for extending net neutrality rules to the application and content layers. He cites the opening up of its Blackberry Messenger service (BBM) on the
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Hard drive failure rates point to clear winners and losers in 2014
One of the most common questions we’re asked about hardware reliability is whether there’s a real difference between the various storage manufacturers. This information is typically locked up like Fort Knox, which is one
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Windows 10: Microsoft raises the stakes for mobile Windows
In the two-plus-hour Microsoft press event revealing the details of Windows 10, none of us on the ET staff can recall hearing the words Android or iPhone, or any mention of how Windows would be improving its interoperability
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Canonical unveils Snappy Ubuntu Core, a lightweight operating system for your home
For the past few years, Canonical, the UK software developer behind the Ubuntu operating system, has been working to extend its traditional desktop operating system into a much broader range of products. Today, the company
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Elon Musk unveils new plan for global satellite internet, while Google invests a billion in SpaceX [UPDATED]
Update (1/20/2015): Multiple sources are claiming that Google is preparing a billion dollar investment into SpaceX that would give the company’s nascent internet plan an enormous capital boost. It’s not clear what kind
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Google ends existing Google Glass program, restructures program under Nest CEO
After months of controversy and limited visibility into the future of the program, Google has decided to restructure the Google Glass division, end the Explorer program, and hand the project off to the CEO of Nest, Tony
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Nissan and NASA team up to build autonomous cars for use in space
Share on TumblrEmail Nissan and NASA have inked a new partnership to further research autonomous vehicles that could be used not only here on Earth, but also in space. The five-year research and development
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Solar Impulse unveils route for first round-the-world flight powered by the sun
Share on TumblrEmail Slated for take off in either late February or early March 2015, the Solar Impulse 2 flight is expected to span approximately 25 flight days
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This cleverly designed bamboo bike charges mobile devices 24 January 2015, 00.26 Transportation
This cleverly designed bamboo bike charges mobile devices
Share on TumblrEmail Bambootec, a consortium from Yucatán, Mexico, has created a bamboo bicycle that turns pedaling into electricity for charging mobile devices. The bike also has a navigation dashboard in
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Resurrecting a Meltdown-Proof Reactor Design 24 January 2015, 00.25 Tech
Resurrecting a Meltdown-Proof Reactor Design
A new molten salt nuclear reactor design could make nuclear power safer and more economical. By Kevin Bullis on January 22, 2015 A view inside the 1970s version of the Oak Ridge molten salt nuclear reactor. A new take on
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Microsoft’s New Idea: A Hologram Headset to Rewrite Reality
A wearable display set for release by Microsoft later this year can augment your world with realistic, interactive virtual objects. By Tom Simonite on January 21, 2015 Microsoft has developed a version of the game
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Microsoft Researchers Get Wrapped Up in Smart Scarf
In the quest to make wearable electronics useful, researchers take a close look at the neck. By Rachel Metz on January 21, 2015 Microsoft researchers have created a scarf that can be commanded to heat up and vibrate via a
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Hawaii’s Solar Push Strains the Grid 24 January 2015, 00.25 Tech
Hawaii’s Solar Push Strains the Grid
Kauai’s utility takes a second stab at battery storage as solar heads toward 80 percent of peak power. By Peter Fairley on January 20, 2015 Shipping containers full of lithium batteries will stabilize Kauai’s grid
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Ford Finally Discovers Silicon Valley 24 January 2015, 00.24 Tech
Ford Finally Discovers Silicon Valley
Ford engineers show off a system for upgrading outdated infotainment hardware at the company’s newly opened Silicon Valley research center. Josh Valcarcel/WIRED “Cars!” says Dragos Maciuca, when asked why he left his
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Aspiring Singer Arrested in Israel on Suspicion of Hacking Madonna
Christie Goodwin/Redferns/Getty Images The specific hackers behind the Sony breach and data leaks may never be identified or arrested. But authorities say they have caught a hacker behind another high-profile breach: the
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Leatherman’s New Wearable Tech Can Repair Your Wearable Tech
Every link in the Leatherman Tread bracelet contains usable tools. It will come in both stainless steel and black DLC finishes (shown). Leatherman The Leatherman Tread will come out this Summer. It’s an interesting
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Here’s the Secret Silk Road Journal From the Laptop of Ross Ulbricht
freeross.org As the saga of the Silk Road has unfolded over the last four years, everyone has had an opinion about the unprecedented, billion-dollar online narcotics bazaar, from press to politicians to prosecutors. Even the
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The Strangely Competitive World of Sci-Fi Writing Workshops
courtesy Odyssey Writing Workshops Charitable Trust Each summer budding authors flock to writing workshops like Clarion, Clarion West, and Odyssey, which help prepare students for a career in fantasy and science fiction by
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While You Were Offline: American Sniper’s Fake Baby and a Drug-Buying Bot
Warner Bros. This week, Tumblr launched “Fandometrics,” a ranking that literally scores which fandom is more active and popular on the platform at any given moment. Is this a sign of an oncoming Internet apocalypse, or
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Google calls on FCC to mandate line-sharing, pits itself directly against Comcast and other ISPs
In the ongoing battle between net neutrality advocates and the ISPs, one of the hot-button issues that’s emerged is whether or not ISPs should be regulated as common carriers. Such regulation under Title II of the
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Microsoft is building a new web browser for Windows 10, may kill off Internet Explorer
According to a few sources from within Microsoft, it appears that the company is working on a new web browser — codenamed Spartan — that will debut with Windows 10. Spartan will reportedly look like a mix of Firefox and
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The Interview breaks online movie sales records: A case for simultaneous releases
It is exceedingly hard to find an angle that presents The Interview in a positive light — and yet, of course, Sony Pictures’ marketing department has managed to do just that. Yesterday, four days after the film’s
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Comcast announces plans to roll out gigabit internet by the end of the year
The various established telcos and cable operators have been under pressure ever since Google announced it would begin rolling out fiber networks to consumers in test locations across the country. Now, Comcast is gearing up
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Living with Amazon’s Echo: A cylinder of fun and frustration
Since I already own a Roku, a Chromecast, and an HTPC, I wasn’t in the market for another streaming device, especially not one that only does audio. But one thing about the Amazon Echo caught my attention immediately —
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Detroit Electric’s SP:01 will be the world’s fastest two-seater electric car when it hits the streets in 2016
Share on TumblrEmail Detroit Electric just unveiled the production version of the SP:01 electric sports car, which the automaker says will be the fastest pure-electric, two-seater electric car when it hits
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Johanson3′s electric cargo bikes are the perfect answer for the modern commute
Share on TumblrEmail Bike commuting is a great way to get around, but it can be limiting in terms of fashion choices and payload capacity. Johanson3 is about hit the market with a new product range of 5
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Mercedes-Benz unveils self-driving, hydrogen-powered F 015 Luxury in Motion vehicle at CES
Share on TumblrEmail Mercedes-Benz just unveiled its vision of the future of the automobile at Consumer Electronics Show“>CES 2015 – and it drives itself. The F 015 Luxury in Motion research vehicle is
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CES 2015: Wearables Everywhere 08 January 2015, 00.13 Tech
CES 2015: Wearables Everywhere
At the annual gadget show, wearable-device makers are moving beyond activity-tracking wristbands. By Rachel Metz on January 5, 2015 Melomind, a head-worn gadget from French company myBrain Technologies, purports to
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Cheap, Scratch-Resistant Displays 08 January 2015, 00.13 Tech
Cheap, Scratch-Resistant Displays
Ted Smick’s device loads crystal wafers for processing. Glass touch-screen displays are easily cracked and scratched, making them a weak point in today’s ubiquitous mobile devices. Sapphire—which is about three times
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The Dementia Plague 08 January 2015, 00.13 Tech
The Dementia Plague
  Evelyn C. Granieri is that rarest of 21st-century doctors: she still makes house calls. On a warm Thursday morning toward the end of August, the New York–based geriatrician, outfitted in a tailored white suit and high
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CES 2015: Unleash the Drones! 08 January 2015, 00.13 Tech
CES 2015: Unleash the Drones!
Prepare for takeoff. Unmanned aircraft are a rapidly growing category in consumer electronics. By Rachel Metz on January 7, 2015 The X-Star, a drone made by MaxAero of Shenzhen, China, takes a spin at the International
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CES 2015: Nvidia Demos a Car Computer Trained with “Deep Learning”
A commercial device uses powerful image and information processing to let cars interpret 360° camera views. By David Talbot on January 6, 2015 The Drive PX computer Many cars now include cameras or other sensors that
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A Bendable Implant Taps the Nervous System without Damaging It
Swiss researchers allow rats to walk again with a rubbery electronic implant. By Antonio Regalado on January 8, 2015 An implant made of silicone and gold wires is as stretchy as human tissue. Medicine these days
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Critics Say New Evidence Linking North Korea to the Sony Hack Is Still Flimsy
Cars pass by the entrance to Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc. studios in Culver City, Calif. Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg/Getty Images If the FBI’s revelations on Wednesday about the sloppiness of North Korea’s hackers
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The Interface of Things: A Universal Remote for Your Life
Ford’s Sync. Ford When was the last time you tried to use the speech recognition feature on your phone or in your car? Maybe it was to ask your GPS program for directions, to place a call without taking your eyes off of
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Yahoo’s Share of US Search Traffic Rises After Its Firefox Deal
Photo: Courtesy of Yahoo Things are looking up for Yahoo. At least a bit. The venerable internet company has made some significant gains in the U.S. internet search market, while Google has experienced its biggest drop in
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How Tech Has Shaped Film Making: The Film vs. Digital Debate Is Put to Rest
Pixar The director Robert Rodriguez is famous for getting his shooting done rather quickly. He has described his process as one long day of work, beginning with shots and moving into editing all within the same day. He
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A Clever Plan to Teach Schoolkids New Languages With a Free App
Getty Images In developing countries like Ethiopia, Malaysia, and Mozambique, the market for English language learning is red hot. These are places where, often, English proficiency is seen as a stepping stone to a better
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Uber’s New Moving Service in Hong Kong Is No Mere Stunt
Uber Uber has proven many times over that it’s good for more than just ride-hailing. In the past, the app has acted as a Christmas tree delivery service, an ice cream truck-hailing app, an on-demand kitten-cuddling
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Chinese man builds working electric car from wood 26 December 2014, 02.50 Transportation
Chinese man builds working electric car from wood
Share on TumblrEmail Chinese carpenter Liu Fulong spent four months this year building a fully operational, all-electric car out of wood! The car is armored, it features several missiles mounted to the sides
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Volvo’s new connected helmet helps drivers and bikers avoid collision
Share on TumblrEmail Several automakers are working on new safety technology that will connect drivers to pedestrians and cyclists, with the ultimate goal of alleviating collisions. Volvo has already
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VIDEO: This dude floated up to 8,000 feet with nothing but a bunch of balloons and a lawnchair
Share on TumblrEmail Who hasn’t dreamed of grabbing a bunch of balloons and floating away into the sky? The difference between the dreamers and professional stuntman Erik Roner is that while the rest of the
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Apple pushes its first ever silent, automatic security update to Mac OS X to fix NTP bug
Apple has pushed out its first ever automatic, silent security update to Mac OS X users, fixing a vulnerability in NTP that would’ve allowed hackers to turn Macs into DDoS zombies. In some ways, this finally brings Apple up
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North Korea kicked off the internet by giant DDoS: Was it the USA, or someone else?
Yesterday evening, North Korea was unceremoniously knocked off the internet by a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack. This comes shortly after the US government promised a “proportional response” to the Sony
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Who really hacked Sony Pictures? It probably wasn’t North Korea (updated)
North Korea was indeed responsible for the massive hack on Sony Pictures, according to officials from within the US government. This follows on from Sony cancelling the release of The Interview amid threats of further
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The Open Bay: Now you can download and host your own copy of The Pirate Bay
If you’re still lamenting the loss of The Pirate Bay, which was shut down last week by Swedish police, you now have an intriguing new option: If you have some web hosting, a small amount of tech savvy, and you’re located
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How to capture and stream video from a PS4 26 December 2014, 02.50 Technology
How to capture and stream video from a PS4
1 of 4 Next Showing off exactly how you play is a huge part of the modern gaming experience. Live streams and Let’s Play videos are increasingly common, and barriers to entry are lowering every year. Capturing and
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Microsoft, Apple withdraw from Android patent trolling: Is the patent war drawing to a close?
After years of relentless litigation, it seems the mobile/smartphone patent war might be drawing to a close. Rockstar, a patent trolling company owned by Apple, Microsoft, Sony, Ericsson, and BlackBerry, has agreed to cancel
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Can Japan Recapture Its Solar Power? 26 December 2014, 02.50 Tech
Can Japan Recapture Its Solar Power?
It’s 38 °C on the Atsumi Peninsula southwest of Tokyo: a deadly heat wave has been gripping much of Japan late this summer. Inside the offices of a newly built power plant operated by the plastics company Mitsui
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In Praise of Efficient Price Gouging 26 December 2014, 02.50 Tech
In Praise of Efficient Price Gouging
Uber’s most important innovation is the way it prices its services. But that innovation has not been unreservedly welcomed by customers. They’re wrong. By James Surowiecki on August 19, 2014 In the four years since
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2014 in Mobile: The Year of Wearable Gadgets 26 December 2014, 02.50 Tech
2014 in Mobile: The Year of Wearable Gadgets
In 2014, the hottest theme in mobile technology was the introduction of wearable gadgets that can track everything from seizures to how much sunlight you soak up. Device makers large and small attempted to make wearables
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“Smart” Software Can Be Tricked Into Seeing  What Isn’t There
Humans and software see some images differently, pointing out shortcomings of recent breakthroughs in machine learning. By Caleb Garling on December 24, 2014 Images created to trick machine learning algorithms. The
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Singapore Wants a Driverless Version of Uber 26 December 2014, 02.50 Tech
Singapore Wants a Driverless Version of Uber
Singapore plans to let anyone test driverless cars in one of its busy neighborhoods in 2015. By Michael Fitzgerald on December 23, 2014 This electric car, retrofitted to drive itself, is being tested in Singapore. As
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Cape Watch: The Avengers Get a Pouty Teen and Suicide Squad Gets More Villains
Marvel Entertainment (left, right), Warner Bros. (center) Before you curl up by the yule log for the holidays, spare a few thoughts for those truly in need: the Hollywood executives who work so hard to bring us the
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NASA’s Best Images of Earth From Space in 2014
Plankton Blooms. Patagonian Coast, Argentina Upwelling currents from the deep mix with dust from the continent and iron-rich water from the south to provide a feast for phytoplankton. These tiny creatures photosynthesize, and
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Cult Edit of It’s a Wonderful Life Is the Best Holiday Movie You’ve Never Seen
Whether it’s to avoid politicking with estranged uncles or because cinephilia is genetic, every family has its own holiday-movie tradition—and the largest share of that pre-Santa screentime likely belongs to It’s A
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The Best Games of 2014, From Mario Kart to Sunset Overdrive
Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor With Shadow of Mordor Monolith Productions gave us two things: a great, fun Lord of the Rings game that was Assassin's Creed meets Batman: Arkham City meets Middle-Earth in the best possible
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How to Get Your New Fire TV Device Up and Running
Amazon If you received an Amazon Fire TV box or stick in your gift haul, congratulations: You now own the best deal in the set-top streamer realm. It does a lot of what competing devices do for less, and for an extra $40,
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How to Fix the Most Annoying Features of Your New HDTV
Jim Merithew/WIRED Face it, Sherlock: You were befuddled by that massive package under the tree, but it was obviously a TV. The box was huge, flat, had a big “FRAGILE” stamped on it, and there was a smaller package
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The Best Apple and Android Apps of 2014 25 December 2014, 15.35 Administrator Technology
The Best Apple and Android Apps of 2014
Apple's 'Best of 2014' Free and Paid Apps By SUSANNA KIM Apple's "Best of 2014" apps show the sweet allure of Candy Crush is still alive, and Microsoft got its money's worth buying the company behind Minecraft for
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The Right Way to Fix the Internet 19 October 2014, 22.26 Tech
The Right Way to Fix the Internet
If you’re like most people, your monthly smartphone bill is steep enough to make you shudder. As consumers’ appetite for connectivity keeps growing, the price of wireless service in the United States tops $130 a month in
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Carbon Sequestration: Too Little, Too Late? 19 October 2014, 22.26 Tech
Carbon Sequestration: Too Little, Too Late?
A few carbon capture and sequestration projects are under way, but economics and politics are holding the technology back. By David Talbot on October 13, 2014 This coal power plant in Saskatchewan is the first
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Microsoft’s Quantum Mechanics 19 October 2014, 22.26 Tech
Microsoft’s Quantum Mechanics
In 2012, physicists in the Netherlands announced a discovery in particle physics that started chatter about a Nobel Prize. Inside a tiny rod of semiconductor crystal chilled cooler than outer space, they had caught the first
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How a Wiki Is Keeping Direct-to-Consumer Genetics Alive
When Meg DeBoe decided to tap her Christmas fund to order a $99 consumer DNA test from 23andMe last year, she was disappointed: it arrived with no information on what her genes said about her chance of developing
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Air Traffic Control for Drones 19 October 2014, 22.26 Tech
Air Traffic Control for Drones
If large numbers of commercial drones are to take to the skies, they’ll need an air traffic control system. By Tom Simonite on October 17, 2014 Drones at the San Francisco headquarters of Airware. The company will soon
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Can Apple Pay Do to Your Wallet What iTunes Did for Music?
The point-of-sale terminal at the CVS drugstore in Palo Alto, California, can accept payments through a quick tap from a smartphone. The clerk isn’t sure how it works, though he knows it does because “a few kids” have
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Michigan Poised to Start Banning Tesla Sales 19 October 2014, 22.26 Transportation
Michigan Poised to Start Banning Tesla Sales
Share on TumblrEmail Michigan just passed a bill in state legislature that essentially bans Tesla from selling cars within the state. HB 5606 prohibits vehicle manufacturers from selling cars directly to
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The Startram Maglev Train Could Make Space Travel Cheaper & More Efficient
Share on TumblrEmail Space travel is a costly and inefficient process. Not only does it take a large amount of fuel to send the lightest payload into orbit (the Space Shuttle used over one million pounds of
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Insane Russian Attack Bike is Powered by a Chainsaw 19 October 2014, 22.26 Transportation
Insane Russian Attack Bike is Powered by a Chainsaw
Share on TumblrEmail Other than the fact that it was constructed in Russia, we aren’t entirely sure who’s responsible for this mean-looking chainsaw bike. While it may look like it’s designed for the
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When Meg DeBoe decided to tap her Christmas fund to order a $99 consumer DNA test from 23andMe last year, she was disappointed: it arrived with no information on what her genes said about her chance of developing Alzheimer’s and heart disease. The report only delved into her genetic genealogy, possible relatives, and ethnic roots.

That’s because just a month earlier, in November 2013, the Food and Drug Administration had cracked down on 23andMe. The direct-to-consumer gene testing company’s popular DNA health reports and slick TV ads were illegal, it said, since they’d never been cleared by the agency.

But DeBoe, a mommy blogger and author of children’s books, found a way to get the health information she wanted anyway. Using a low-budget Web service called Promethease, she paid $5 to upload her raw 23andMe data. Within a few minutes she was looking into a report with entries dividing her genes into “Bad news” and “Good news.”

As tens of thousands of others seek similar information about their genetic disposition, they are loading their DNA data into several little-known websites like Promethease that have become, by default, the largest purveyors of consumer genetic health services in the United States—and the next possible targets for nervous regulators.

After the FDA crackdown, consumers are trading information on where to learn about their genes. “Don’t let the man stop you,” said one.

Promethease was created by a tiny, two-man company run as a side project by Greg Lennon, a geneticist based in Maryland, and Mike Cariaso, a computer programmer. It works by comparing a person’s DNA data with entries in SNPedia, a sprawling public wiki on human genetics that the pair created eight years ago and run with the help of a few dozen volunteer editors. Lennon says Promethease is being used to build as many as 500 gene reports a day.

Many people are arriving from directly from 23andMe. After its health reports were blocked, consumers complained angrily about the FDA on the company’s Facebook page, where they also uploaded links to the Promethease website, calling it a “workaround,” a way to get “exhaustive medical info” in reports that are “similar, but not as pretty.” The mood was one of civil disobedience. “Don’t let the man stop you from getting genotyped,” wrote one.

The FDA is being cautious with personal genomics because although DNA data is easy to gather, its medical meaning is less certain.

Consumer DNA tests determine which common versions of the 23,000 human genes make up your individual genotype. As science links these variants to disease risk, the idea has been that genotypes could predict your chance of getting cancer or heart disease, or losing your eyesight. But predicting risk is tricky. Most genes don’t say anything decisive about you. And if they do, you might well wish for a doctor at your side when you find out. “I don’t believe that this kind of risk assessment is mature enough to be a consumer product yet,” says David Mittelman, chief scientific officer of Gene by Gene, a genetic laboratory that performs tests.

In barring 23andMe’s health reports, the FDA also cited the danger that erroneous interpretations of gene data could lead someone to seek out unnecessary surgery or take a drug overdose. Critics of the decision said it had more to do with questions about whether consumers should have the right to get genetic facts without going through a doctor. “It’s an almost philosophical issue about how medicine is going to be delivered,” says Stuart Kim, a professor at Stanford University who helped developed a DNA interpretation site called Interpretome as part of a class he teaches on genetics. “Is it going to be concentrated by medical associations, or out there on the Internet so people can interact?”

Now a question is whether Promethease and sites like it could, or should, be the next target of regulators. Lennon believes his service is outside the FDA’s reach, because it doesn’t offer a spit kit or perform DNA tests itself but instead operates like a “literature retrieval service,” presenting a version of what’s in the science journals. Regulate us, says Lennon, and you’d have to shut down WebMD and Wikipedia, too.

Reached by MIT Technology Review, the FDA said it has authority to regulate software that interprets genomes, even if such services are given away free. The agency does not comment on specific companies.

“We know that they know about us,” says Lennon. “They have not knocked on our door. We don’t know if they will come knocking tomorrow.”

Gene Results

Promethease can reanalyze the results of genotype tests sold legally for $99 to $199 by a variety of genealogy companies, including 23andMe, Ancestry.com, and National Geographic’s human ancestry project. Several other “interpretation-only” websites, including Interpretome, LiveWello, and Genetic Genie, also analyze the results of these tests, which are provided to customers as a text file containing a list of genetic variations.

To Barbara Evans, a professor at the University of Houston Law Center, the idea that people can gather DNA from one company and analyze it elsewhere is a significant legal development. Previously, the same lab that tested you would be the one to tell you what the results meant. But DNA information is essentially digital. That means it can plug and play anywhere. “It’s going to be quite difficult to regulate,” Evans predicts. She believes that services like Promethease could invoke free-speech arguments and other legal defenses if regulators ever approached them.

“It’s not reasonable to think there’s some specific date—May 18, 2035—that the genome will all make sense, and that’s the day you are allowed to see it.”

MIT Technology Review tested several interpretation-only sites using DNA data of anonymous donors posted publicly by the Personal Genome Project, a data-sharing initiative started by Harvard Medical School. All the sites quickly reported gene variants contained in the files, although the number of variants reported varied, from as few as 35 to as many as 17,667 for Promethease. Some of the reports were also more detailed than others.

Two of the sites appeared designed to steer users toward alternative medicine. Genetic Genie, a free service that carries ads for vitamins, reported the fewest genes in what it called a “detoxification profile.” LiveWello charged $19.95 and included more genes, as well as links to scientific reports. That site, however, directed users to get an “explanation” of the results by contacting chiropractors, dieticians, and mind-body healers whose telephone numbers it provided.

The Promethease report was the most detailed, although its clunky, bare-bones design is not easy to use. It organizes a person’s genetic variations under categories such as “medical conditions” and “medicines.” Users can then click to see information about individual genes that scientific research has suggested could raise, or lower, their risk for drug reactions, common diseases, or personality traits such as a lack of empathy.

The information in the report is similar to that in 23andMe’s banned “Personal Genome Service,” but there are differences. Promethease makes little effort to combine the genetic risks for any one disease into a single comprehensible number. That makes the report more like a jumble of facts than a diagnosis. Lennon says this is intentional. He says 23andMe stepped on shaky scientific ground by trying to merge risks into one neat score.

“Everyone wants to sell a simple answer: ‘Here is your risk.’ But we don’t know how these things interact,” he says. At the same time, he believes the uncertain value of DNA information is not a reason to keep it away from lay people. “It’s not reasonable to think there’s some specific date—May 18, 2035—that the genome will all make sense, and that’s the day you are allowed to see it,” he says.

For now, consumers have to fend for themselves in a thicket of scientific information—and make their own decisions about risks. To DeBoe, the blogger, this meant bringing some “perspective and common sense” to the report she purchased from Promethease. It told her that her versions of 11 genes carried some increased risk of breast cancer, and one lowered it. But she wasn’t alarmed, because it turns out that’s not really unusual. “It’s not a crystal ball. I think a lot of people make that mistake,” she says. “That said, I did go into it wanting to know a few specific things: if I had a high risk [or] genetic predisposition toward heart disease, diabetes, or Alzheimer’s. I don’t, which was relieving.”

Determining whether her relief is really justified might require the help of a trained geneticist. At least that’s the current view of the FDA and medical societies. But DeBoe did take the report to her doctor. It said she had a gene for caffeine sensitivity, and DeBoe says her doctor agreed she should stick to decaf and avoid drugs like Novocain. “I think that’s how people should be using this—as a conversation-starter with medical professionals,” she says.

Under the Radar

To Lennon and Cariaso, the surge of interest in Promethease and SNPedia represents a triumph for a no-frills approach to genetics. In 2006, the same year 23andMe was founded, they launched SNPedia as a site that would let them—and anyone else—keep tabs on what science was learning about each gene variant. Lennon says the site was modeled on Wikipedia. “That was the promise of the genome, that it should be for everybody,” he says.

These days, SNPedia keeps tabs on about 57,000 gene variants (known as single-nucleotide polymorphisms, or SNPs) with the help of a few dozen volunteers. One frequent contributor is James Lick, an entrepreneur who owns two Subway sandwich franchises in Taipei. Lick, who is adopted, says he became interested in genetics while searching for his birth parents and now spends a few hours a week updating SNPedia. Last month, he created a new listing for a gene called NGLY1, adding a link to a New Yorker article that discussed the gene and its role in a rare childhood disease. Unlike the government-run dbSNP, which tracks millions of variations whether or not anything is known about them, SNPedia focuses on variations that have known effects on a person. “It’s not everything—just what’s interesting and where someone goes through the bother to create a page,” says Lick.

Consumers have to fend for themselves in a thicket of scientific information—and make their own decisions about risks.

The effort has been low-key; SNPedia is mostly a place for what Cariaso calls “recreational genomics.” Lennon, who had soured on venture capital, also didn’t want investors involved. As a result, their work was overshadowed by 23andMe, which raised $126 million and hired more than a dozen PhD geneticists to curate its own gene lists. Its CEO, Anne Wojcicki, who is married to Google cofounder Sergey Brin, landed on magazine covers, and a board member predicted that her startup would “become the Google of personalized healthcare.”

It didn’t happen that way. And following the FDA’s action to block 23andMe’s reports, traffic to interpretation-only sites jumped. Interpretome, maintained by Konrad Karczewski, a postdoctoral researcher at Massachusetts General Hospital, now has 80 to 100 visitors per day, twice as many as last year. Even more are heading to Promethease. Lennon says the site averages between 50 and 500 reports per day, including a free version and a faster-running paid product. He won’t get too specific about the numbers or say how much money Promethease is earning. “We are somewhat shy about saying how much business we are doing,” he says.

That could be out of a desire not to rouse regulators. The FDA has wide discretion to act but often chooses to ignore small-time operators that bend the rules, especially if they avoid making overt health claims. But Cariaso and Lennon can’t say they didn’t anticipate trouble. After all, they named their software after Prometheus, the titan who defied the gods by stealing fire from Mt. Olympus and giving it to mankind. (According to myth, he was later punished and chained to a rock for eternity.)

“Fire is knowledge of your own DNA,” says Cariaso. “The gods are anyone who would try to prevent me from knowing about myself.”

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Air Traffic Control for Drones PDF Print E-mail

If large numbers of commercial drones are to take to the skies, they’ll need an air traffic control system.

Drones at the San Francisco headquarters of Airware. The company will soon begin flying some of them on NASA bases in California as part of a project developing an air traffic control system for drones.

How do you keep small drone aircraft safe in the world’s busiest national airspace? One idea is to have them use cellphone networks to feed data back to an air traffic control system made just for drones.

A startup called Airware is working with NASA on a project exploring how to manage the swarms of commercial drones expected to start appearing in U.S. skies. The four-year program will create a series of prototype air traffic management systems and could shape how widely commercial drones can be used. Airware’s main business is selling control software and hardware to drone manufacturers and operators.

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has yet to propose rules to govern the use of commercial robotic aircraft in U.S. skies. But it predicts that 7,500 unmanned craft weighing 55 pounds (25 kilograms) or less will be operating in the U.S. by 2018. There is strong interest from agriculture, mining, and infrastructure companies in using drones for tasks like inspecting crops or gathering geospatial data (see “10 Breakthrough Technologies 2014: Agricultural Drones”).

That could mean gridlock in the skies, or at least increasingly unsafe traffic patterns. “You will have competing interests trying to use the same space,” says Jesse Kallman, head of business development and regulatory affairs at Airware. “Imagine Amazon trying to deliver packages in an area that an energy company is trying to survey their power lines.”

The first prototype to be developed under NASA’s project will be an Internet-based system. Drone operators will file flight plans for approval. The system will use what it knows about other drone flights, weather forecasts, and physical obstacles such as radio masts to give the go-ahead.

Later phases of the project will build more sophisticated systems that can actively manage drone traffic by sending out commands to drones in flight. That could mean directing them to spread out when craft from multiple operators are flying in the same area, or taking action when something goes wrong, such as a drone losing contact with its operator, says Jonathan Downey, CEO of Airware.

If a drone strayed out of its approved area, for example, the system might automatically send a command that made it return to its assigned area, or land immediately. The commands could vary depending on the situation—such as how close the drone is to a populated area—or the size and weight of the aircraft, says Downey. Ultimately, NASA wants its system to do things like automatically steer drones out of the way of a crewed helicopter that unexpectedly passes through.

Getting that to work will require a reliable way for drones to communicate with the traffic system. Airware believes that equipping drones with cellular data connections could be the best option. The equipment that conventional aircraft use to communicate or send digital data to air traffic control systems is too bulky for use on drones.

Airware is set to perform a series of flight and lab tests on different drone craft, ranging from quadcopters to helicopters to fixed wing planes, on a NASA base in California, perhaps as soon as this year. The first stage of testing is aimed at understanding how different craft could respond to commands from a traffic control system.

Ella Atkins, an associate professor of aerospace engineering at the University of Michigan, says that so-called general aviation—unscheduled private flights—pose the most difficulty to integrating drone traffic into U.S. airspace. “The most challenging thing would be to combine a large fleet of Amazon Prime drones carrying packages and the Piper Clubs that just want to punch a hole in the sky on the weekend,” she says.

Atkins says that is as much a regulatory issue as a technological one, and suggests it may be time to reconsider FAA rules written for when only crewed craft took to the skies. Giving drones relatively free reign below an altitude of a few hundred feet, except in the vicinity of airports, would mostly remove conflict between drones and general aviation, she suggests.

Such major changes to FAA rules appear unlikely. People in the nascent commercial drone industry often point out that the U.S. regulator has been slower than its counterparts in other countries to clear the way for commercial drone flights, even just for research. Airware already has customers using its control systems on drones flying over mining operations in France, and inspecting oil rigs in Australia, for example.

However, those countries have not so far begun work on drone traffic control systems. “I’m not familiar with any other system,” says Downey. “This is an area the U.S. has an opportunity to take the lead on.” 

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Can Apple Pay Do to Your Wallet What iTunes Did for Music? PDF Print E-mail

The point-of-sale terminal at the CVS drugstore in Palo Alto, California, can accept payments through a quick tap from a smartphone. The clerk isn’t sure how it works, though he knows it does because “a few kids” have used it. But one shopper tries it by taking out his Android phone and clicking on Google’s “wallet” app intended to allow instant payment and taps the terminal. Nothing happens. Then he tries PayPal’s payment app. Nothing. Out comes the leather wallet.

Over the past decade, tech companies including Google, eBay’s PayPal, and upstart Square, along with mobile carriers, credit-card companies, and various retailers, have all proclaimed the “death of the wallet.” The promise: their digital wallet equivalents would make paying for things in physical stores much easier. Instead, they ran into countless technical glitches, resistance from merchants, banks, and phone carriers, and consumer indifference.

Though mobile payments at U.S. retail stores will nearly double this year, to $3.5 billion, according to market researcher eMarketer, they remain a rounding error on the more than $4 trillion worth of in-store credit-card and cash transactions. Cash and cards are simply good enough, says payments expert Bill Maurer, dean of the School of Social Sciences at the University of California, Irvine. “All of these mobile wallets are looking for a problem to solve.”

That was before Apple jumped into the market with Apple Pay in a bid to take mobile payments mainstream. Standing in front of a photo of an overstuffed billfold, Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled its mobile wallet at a September 9 event where he also debuted new iPhones and the Apple Watch. When Apple Pay launches this month on new iPhone 6 models, all it will take to buy a sandwich at Subway or an air-chilled chicken at Whole Foods Market is to hold your iPhone near a wireless reader and press your thumb on the home button.

Notwithstanding Apple’s own recent iCloud breach that exposed nude celebrity photos, Apple Pay “is probably the most secure mobile payment solution to date,” says David Brudnicki, chief technology officer for Sequent Software.

The iPhone’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor, already used to unlock the phone, recognizes it’s really you. Behind the scenes, a payment processor such as Visa recognizes an encrypted version of your credit card such as the one in an iTunes account, along with a one-time security code for that particular transaction, and approves the sale—all in less than 10 seconds.

That is indeed an easier process than the other digital wallets, which require unlocking the phone, opening an app, checking into a store, typing in a code, or other steps that can take much longer than swiping a credit card. Apple’s ability to create elegant, user-friendly products helped it popularize and seize commanding positions in music players and smartphones. If Apple Pay works as promised, it could do something similar for payments, making mobile wallets appeal to the masses, starting with its influential army of iPhone users. “Mobile payment is finally hitting that pivotal moment when all the pieces are coming together,” says Matthew de Ganon, senior vice president of product and commerce for Softcard, a rival mobile wallet joint venture of T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon.

In the U.S. there are only about 220,000 merchant point-of-sale terminals featuring the wireless payment communications system known as near field communication (NFC). That represents a small fraction of the more than six million U.S. retail outlets. They are used so rarely that wags joke that “NFC” stands for “not for commerce” or “nobody freaking cares.”

But Apple’s often adroit timing may prove spot-on once again, because a new development could bring NFC to many more stores. In a bid to force adoption of more secure credit cards that use a chip and a PIN number instead of a magnetic strip for payment authentication, Visa and other payment networks will, starting next October, make merchants liable for fraudulent charges unless they use new readers compatible with the new cards. That’s expected to speed installation of new readers, most of which will include NFC capability.

Apple’s focus on security is timely, too. In recent months, card data breaches at Home Depot, Target, and others have alerted consumers that credit and debit cards aren’t very secure. Such lapses expose them to identity theft and the annoyance of being forced to change credit-card numbers on file with dozens of merchants. At the same time, 38 percent of consumers surveyed early this year by Javelin Strategy & Research cited security concerns as a key reason they’re holding back on mobile payments.

Although credit cards are used in Apple Pay, it’s more secure because card numbers aren’t stored directly on the phone or on Apple’s servers. Instead, digital tokens, encrypted numbers that look like card numbers, are assigned by a payment network such as Visa to each card and stored on a secure chip in the phone. During a purchase, that token and a one-time transaction-specific code are sent to process the payment, so even if hackers intercept the numbers, they can’t do anything with them. Though Google Wallet and others have used tokens, Apple Pay will deploy them more widely.

Notwithstanding Apple’s own recent iCloud breach that exposed nude celebrity photos, “it is probably the most secure mobile payment solution to date,” says David Brudnicki, chief technology officer for Sequent Software, which provides mobile wallet services to banks, retailers, and mobile operators.

Improved security is even more important to banks and retailers than it is to consumers, who have limited liability for fraudulent charges on stolen cards. Apple Pay has already signed up the three big payment networks—Visa, MasterCard, and American Express—as well as banks handling 83 percent of credit card transactions in the U.S., including Bank of America, Capital One, Chase, and Citibank. Better security seems to have made up for any reservations that banks may have about Apple’s role as a powerful new middleman on transactions, or the small cut of transaction revenues they’ll be paying the company. Another potential bonus: Apple Pay could help the card networks capture transactions currently completed with cash.

For all that, Apple’s impact will be small at first. For one, only iPhone 6 and eventually iPhone 5 owners with an Apple Watch can use Apple Pay. Moreover, some merchants and banks don’t want to cede relationships with customers and data about them to Apple, says Richard Crone, CEO of the payments advisory firm Crone Consulting. Large retail chains including Walmart and Best Buy, which are part of the Merchant Customer Exchange consortium pushing its own wallet app, say they won’t accept Apple Pay. The Softcard mobile wallet joint venture of T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon is touting its support of more than 80 Android phones and the ability to pay at retailers including McDonald’s, Subway, and Walgreens. PayPal, soon to split off from eBay, and Google continue to push their wallet apps as well.

Individual retailers which have persuaded customers to use their own apps have no intention of replacing them with Apple Pay. Starbucks, for instance, lets customers pay by launching an app and holding up the phone screen with a QR code to a reader on its cash registers. But spokeswoman Maggie Jantzen says the bigger reason that 15 percent of Starbucks purchases—some six million transactions a week—are now completed via mobile is the combined appeal of payment, a rewards program, and a store locator all in one app.

Apple will have to offer a lot more to merchants than it currently does if it hopes to gain the support of more of them, says Javelin mobile strategy director Mary Monahan. In particular, Apple Pay will need to incorporate loyalty programs and discount offers. Payments experts think the company will allow outside software developers to create apps that can add such features to Apple Pay.

By all accounts, it’s going to take years for mobile payments to catch on widely. Apple Pay’s success ultimately will come down to persuading consumers to change longstanding habits using payment methods that, after all, work pretty well.

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Gadget Lab Podcast: Did You Hear That Apple Had an Event This Week? PDF Print E-mail

The iPad Air 2 is demonstrated at Apple headquarters on Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014 in Cupertino, Calif. Apple unveiled the thinner iPad with a faster processor and a better camera as it tries to drive excitement for tablets amid slowing demand.

The iPad Air 2 is demonstrated at Apple headquarters on Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014 in Cupertino, Calif. Apple unveiled the thinner iPad with a faster processor and a better camera as it tries to drive excitement for tablets amid slowing demand. Marcio Jose Sanchez / AP

New Apple hardware was released this week. Maybe you heard about it. The hosts, joined this week by Gadget Labber Tim Moynihan, sat down to record the show just a couple of hours after the big announcements from Cupertino. Up for debate: the iPad’s importance, both as a consumer product and as a cultural force, now that the design is pretty much baked and we’re only seeing small improvements to its functionality. Also, the trio discusses iPad etiquette (Mat takes pictures with his), and Apple’s newfound sense of humor that came across in Thursday’s presentation. It’s not all Apple this week, though. Other topics: new Nexus hardware, the Whisper location-tracking controversy, the mysteries of Minecraft, and the awesomeness of Carcassonne. Lastly, you’ve heard the one about trying to get a Nobel Prize through airport security—but wait until you hear Tim’s tale of trying to explain to TSA agents why he’s carrying an Internet of Things hub that looks like a bowling pin with a creepy smiley face on it.

Programming notes: A few F-bombs get dropped in this one near the end, so wake the kids. Also, the WIRED offices are currently undergoing some light construction (we’re remodeling). So during the podcast, you’ll hear background banging noises, some concrete polishing, and the occasional barking dog.

Listen to this week’s episode or subscribe in iTunes.

Send the hosts feedback on their personal Twitter feeds (Mat Honan is @mat, Michael Calore is @snackfight, and Tim Moynihan is @aperobot) or to the main hotline at @GadgetLab.

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Game|Life Podcast: Software Sales Slump and Bayonetta Makes a Comeback PDF Print E-mail

Bayonetta 2.

Bayonetta 2. Nintendo

The NPD Group has released (some tiny amount of) data on the game industry’s September sales, and it’s not all good news, as we discuss on this week’s Game|Life podcast.

While hardware sales are up considerably over last year (thanks to the availability of PlayStation 4 and Xbox One), sales of new physical software took a big 35 percent hit versus last year. While NPD did point out that September 2013 was boosted considerably by the release of Grand Theft Auto V, this past month saw the release of Destiny.

I’ve been playing some Bayonetta 2 and have some brief thoughts on the range of review scores that we’ve seen (coupled with a memory about the last time I actually got annoyed at someone else’s game review, 10 years ago), a few early thoughts on Fantasy Life, the new Level-5 RPG for 3DS that Nintendo is about to publish here in the U.S., and Bo talks more about Shadow of Mordor.

Game|Life’s podcast is posted on Fridays, is available on iTunes, can be downloaded directly and is embedded below.

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What’s Scarier, Haunted Houses or Haunted People? PDF Print E-mail

Vera Farmiga in The Conjuring.

Vera Farmiga in The Conjuring. Warner Bros.

Halloween season is the perfect time to watch horror movies, and a reliable standby of the genre is the haunted house story. Recent examples range from the understated (The Woman in Black) to the sensationalized (The Conjuring) to the crassly commercial (Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones). Such tales of domestic tranquility disrupted by malevolent spirits have been popular for over two centuries, tracing their lineage back to The Castle of Otranto, generally regarded as the first gothic novel.

“It specifically foregrounds the importance of the home, especially the ancestral home, the home with a certain amount of history to it,” says horror author and English professor John Langan. “Which does seem to have become one of the requirements for a haunted house setting.”

Later books and films have largely followed that lead, featuring houses whose dark histories are replete with slaughtered children and desecrated burial grounds. The idea that locations resonate with their collected history is one that appeals to South African author Lauren Beukes. Her new novel Broken Monsters is set amidst the blighted urban landscape of modern-day Detroit.

“You step into these places and there’s a vacancy,” she says. “And it’s what you bring to that vacancy—whether it’s your own baggage and malaise and malevolence and psychology, or whether there’s something there waiting to feed into it, is what makes it so interesting. And that dynamic of what rushes in to fill the vacuum is really the haunting.”

But author Grady Hendrix says that in his experience it’s not so much places that are haunted but people. His work with a parapsychology group taught him that pretty much everywhere feels haunted to someone.

“There were haunted novelty supply warehouses and medical record filing facilities and gardens and sidewalks and barns,” he says. “They were really subjective, very emotional experiences, like they were just for them.”

He points to The Amityville Horror as another example of haunted people. America’s most famously haunted house has been the subject of countless investigations, but in all that time no one ever saw the real horror, the abuse of the children living there, a tragic situation highlighted in the recent documentary My Amityville Horror.

“No one ever stopped to listen to them, no one ever did anything for those kids,” says Hendrix. “It was the people, it wasn’t the house.”

Listen to our complete discussion of haunted houses in Episode 121 of the Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy podcast—featuring Langan, Beukes, Hendrix, and David Barr Kirtley—above, and check out some highlights from the discussion below.

John Langan on materialism:

“One of Marx’s critiques of capitalism is that in capitalism things become more real than people are, and he talks about these moments where an object ‘hails’ you, as he puts it, the object gives you reality. I guess we would think about it in status terms—I’ve got my sports car, or whatever it is, and that makes me real, having this thing. … In The Amityville Horror you’re buying that house, you’re buying that house and it’s all full of horrible things. Oh my god, think about the money! Think about the bills! … And I do think the economics of haunted house stories are kind of interesting. You don’t see a lot of haunted house stories that are about a haunted shack or a haunted double-wide trailer or something like that. It’s almost as if it has to be opulent to be haunted.”

Grady Hendrix on rational explanations:

“There was a guy I knew a long time ago named Bill Roll who did a lot of research on electromagnetics and haunted houses and things like that, and a British TV crew brought him over to London to do a show. There was a guy who was living in SoHo over there, which had just been built up, and his house was an old warehouse, and they were like, ‘Look, even in this modern flat with all these modern appliances this guy’s got a ghost, and he hears children calling his name, and he feels cold spots, and his bed shakes at night.’ And so when they got there Bill Roll was looking at it, and he’s like, ‘Well, actually where the guy’s bed is … there’s the electrical transformer for the neighborhood right on the other side of that wall. … Can we just move his bed to the other side of the loft and see if this stuff persists?’ And none of it persisted. It all went away. And the TV crew was so pissed off.”

Lauren Beukes on haunted places:

“I think what’s also interesting is looking at the psychogeographies. … There are really horrible things that happen in the world all the time, or good things—I went to Robben Island where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for forty years, and stepping into that cell, this tiny cell where he spent so much of his life, is very poignant. There’s something powerful there. And that’s powerful good, because good came out of it, but if you go to horrible places where bad things happened, these layers of history endure, and I think that we are haunted by the past in the way that we make mistakes over and over again, and that we have to acknowledge that, and that that kind of echoes into personal hauntings and things that we’ve done in our own lives.”

Grady Hendrix on labyrinths:

“Haunted houses are designed to produce one effect, and that’s the labyrinth. … It’s circuitous, and it takes you to the middle, and it’s almost like spinning someone around in blind man’s bluff. It’s designed to disorient you, and make you forget about your daily life, and cut you off from your day-to-day life. … Whether it’s the Overlook Hotel or in The Haunting of Hill House where they can never quite go to the same room by the same route. … That was one of the interesting things about writing a haunted house book set in an Ikea, because at Ikea the route you take is specifically designed to produce something called ‘the Gruen transfer,’ which is you disorient people when they come into a space—it’s the reason casinos have densely patterned carpets and no clocks—because what happens when people get disoriented in a new space is they walk slower, they pay more attention to their surroundings, and they’re a lot more suggestible. So labyrinths are what haunted houses are, they’re designed to disorient you.”

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The Tragic Medical History Behind That Crazy Knick Finale PDF Print E-mail

Knick Finale

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[Spoiler alert: The following piece contains spoilers for The Knick season finale, "Crutchfield." Stop here if you haven't seen it. You've been warned.]

There were about a bajillion “Oh, crap!” moments on The Knick finale last night. (OK, like, five.) Of those, the two most intense draw on actual medical procedures even more tragic than what went down on the show. Removing teeth to treat insanity? That actually happened. Using heroin to treat cocaine addiction? That’s not far from the truth.

The first, and more ghastly, was the “treatment” for madness administered to Dr. Everett Gallinger’s wife, Eleanor (Maya Kazan). In the episode, her doctor—played by John Hodgman—removes her teeth because he believes “all mental disorders stem from disease and infection polluting the brain” and those infections are carried in the teeth.

That practice, and its practitioner, are based on the treatments of Dr. Henry Cotton, who ran the Trenton State Hospital mental asylum in New Jersey in the early 20th century. When Stanley Burns, The Knick‘s technical adviser, told the show’s creators about Cotton, they “fell in love with the story” and wrote it into the finale. “You see that very well illustrated and portrayed when he removes the teeth of Gallinger’s wife,” Burns says. “Then, of course, they mention my favorite part of the story which is quite sad and pathetic, which is that he removed the teeth of his children.”

Oh, yeah. That. Hodgman’s character mentions in the show that he “removed my own children’s teeth as a preventative measure.” This also is true; Cotton extracted the teeth of two of his sons. The thing that makes it even more tragic, according to Burns, is that both later committed suicide as adults.

Cotton’s practices were later investigated by Dr. Phyllis Greenacre, who found that—as a Telegraph piece noted—”the chief clinical effect of his operations was the death of his patients.” Her report was suppressed by his mentor, Johns Hopkins psychiatrist Dr. Adolf Meyer, even though he’d requested the evaluation. Cotton was diagnosed with a heart condition and angina in 1928 and had several teeth removed as a treatment. He died of a heart attack in 1933.

Treating Cocaine Addiction With Heroin

Later in the episode, Dr. John Thackery (Clive Owen), who has been a cocaine addict almost from the start of the season, is sent away for treatment—which, ominously, involves dosing him with heroin. To understand what’s happening to Thackery, it might help to remember his character’s addiction is loosely based on the life of Johns Hopkins physician William Halsted—one of the founders of modern surgery, and a doctor who became an “accidental addict” after trying the newly-discovered anethetic. “Doctors practiced on themselves,” Burns says, explaining why so many doctors became drug users. “In those days when cocaine came out, for instance, doctors experimented with it.”

Those who have been watching The Knick all season may recognize Halsted, or at least his name. He’s a character on the show, and the guy who introduced Thackery’s mentor Dr. J.M. Christiansen (Matt Frewer) to the performance benefits of cocaine. Similar to Thackery’s arc this season, the real Halstead developed a habit so bad that at one point he published a medical paper full of so much nonsense it largely ended his career as a doctor in New York. His addiction was treated with morphine and, as a New York Times review of Halsted’s biography noted, he found himself “in the grips of a double-barreled addiction.”

Does that mean Thackery faces same fate in Season 2? Only The Knick‘s showrunners know. But it may not be all bad. Evan as Halsted battled dueling addictions, he enjoyed a successful run as one of four founding physicians at Johns Hopkins, where he eventually became chief of surgery.

And because you’re wondering, yes, the assurances Thackery received that his heroin came from Bayer are true. The drug manufacturer offered heroin commercially starting in 1898 and, as Burns notes, the show wouldn’t name-drop Bayer without fact-checking. “Of course,” he says. “You wouldn’t want to use a drug company’s name in vain.”

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Snapchat Ads Are Heading Your Way Starting This Weekend PDF Print E-mail

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It’s happened to Twitter. And Tumblr. And Instagram. And now, Snapchat’s day has finally come.

Beginning this weekend, the ephemeral messaging app will start rolling out paid advertisements for the first time. The startup announced the news on its blog Friday afternoon, admitting that the introduction of advertisements on the app was bound to “feel a little weird at first.” But the post attempts to assure users that they’re not obligated to actually interact with the ads—at all. Instead, they’ll show up in users’ “Recent Updates” feeds, where they can decide to watch the ads or not. After 24 hours, they’ll disappear completely.

“We won’t put advertisements in your personal communication—things like Snaps or Chats,” the post reads. “That would be totally rude. We want to see if we can deliver an experience that’s fun and informative, the way ads used to be, before they got creepy and targeted.”

The move has been rumored for some time, as Snapchat has faced pressure to prove that it’s actually worth that $10 billion valuation. And the company admitted as much in the post. “We need to make money,” the blog reads. “Advertising allows us to support our service while delivering neat content to Snapchatters.”

Snapchat is undoubtedly aware of the risks. Users of any social media platform have historically revolted the minute branded content starts appearing where their friends’ photos used to be. And yet, despite it, many of these brands survive because even though users don’t like the ads, per se, they don’t hate them enough to ditch the app that all their friends are using. Even Facebook, which has all but buried posts from normal people under heaps of branded content, still boasts one billion users and counting.

Snapchat has clearly decided that it’s now big enough to risk pissing some people off. It’s even more daring, considering the startup is still recovering from the so-called “Snappening,” in which hundreds of thousands of users photos were leaked after a third-party app that apps onto Snapchat to save photos was hacked. The company’s leaders are either very sure of their users’ allegiance or very naive to their mistrust.

Still, even if users stick with Snapchat, that’s no guarantee they’ll actually look at the ads the company serves them. After all, we all know what TV watchers did when given the option to watch commercials or fast forward through them with a DVR. Snapchat ads could meet the same fate, and if they do, advertisers will likely press the company to make the ads more visible.

In the meantime, though, Snapchat promises its ads will be unintrusive, optional, and most importantly, untargeted. Time will tell if that’s a promise Snapchat can actually keep.

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The Internet Sleeps at Night. Really. PDF Print E-mail

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Here in the United States, we spend most of our time in an always-on world—a place where internet connections are as constant and reliable as the lights or running water. But this sort of always-on internet is very much a first-world luxury, and it appears to be confined to countries that were early users of the net, snatching up super-sized quantities of internet addresses. In much of the world, the internet regularly goes to sleep.

What this means is that for web surfers in Asia and and Africa and South America, their internet connections get switched off at night. Internet cafes shut down, and so do home routers. “One of the strongest correlations we found is the poorer your country is, the more likely your network is to turn off at night,” says John Heidemann, a professor at the University of Southern California.

Heidemann and other researchers at USC recently mapped out the diurnal rhythm of the global internet. Over the course of about two weeks, Heidemann tracked these patterns by pinging every available IP (internet protocol) address they could find every 11 minutes. Of the 4 billion available addresses in the eternally-being-phased-out IPv4 address system, less than 800 million are being used, he estimates.

He and his team at USC are masters of surveying the internet. They created the their first Internet Census in 2006. It turns out that it’s a pretty tricky task to map out a sprawling, decentralized network like this, but Heidemann says that this latest work is going to help them get a clearer picture of what’s going on. Using this data, for example, they’ll create more accurate maps of internet outages, because they’ll know how many computers should be offline because of the daily shut-off.

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#Movistar – Who Owns Your Customers Problems?
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#Movistar Killed the Web Star 08 January 2015, 00.13 Computers
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#Movistar – The Cost of Lying to Your Customers 08 January 2015, 00.13 Computers
#Movistar – The Cost of Lying to Your Customers
Today is, officially, my first day at work for 2015 after the Christmas holidays. I am writing officially on purpose, because after 61 days I am still waiting for Movistar (That Queen Between that always wants to get paid,
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MSI's sweet Shadow gaming dock bundle costs as much as an old-school PC
LAS VEGAS—As any gamer knows, the problem with a laptop is that once you’ve purchased it, you’re stuck with whatever the manufacturer included inside. MSI now has two separate products that can solve that
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What CES told us about this year's smartphone trends 08 January 2015, 00.13 Computers
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International CES has never been a showcase for new smartphones, but it always features several interesting announcements that highlight big trends for the next 12 months, and this year was no exception. Smartphone
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Sales of Barnes & Noble Nook e-reader plunge during holiday shopping season
The holiday shopping season wasn’t merry for Barnes & Noble’s Nook division, which experienced plummeting sales of the Nook e-reader as well as content and accessories for the device. Total sales in the Nook
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Global post-recovery Ebola campaign adds mobile app 08 January 2015, 00.13 Computers
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An interactive mobile app has been added to the West African multimedia #ISurvivedEbola campaign, one of the first global efforts at helping Ebola survivors in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea connect with each other,
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Ekin Labs says its free software can build a home-security system using hardware you already own
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Lucis targets smart-home DIYers with its NuBryte lighting-control hub
LAS VEGAS– The market for smart lighting is growing by leaps and bounds, but all too many products depend on your smartphone or tablet for control. Sometimes it’s just better to have those controls right on the wall.
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2014, The Year That Was 26 December 2014, 02.50 Computers
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And nearly four months later… I am back to blogging. Again. And for how long this time around? I just don’t know. We will have to wait and see, but, I tell you, if I were to describe what 2014 has been like so far for
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Your new PC needs these 22 free, excellent programs 26 December 2014, 02.50 Computers
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Give back this holiday with these Android charity apps 26 December 2014, 02.49 Computers
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7 critical things to do immediately with a new PC 26 December 2014, 02.49 Computers
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So you’ve got a new PC. Awesome! That humble metal box is the key to a wide world of potential. It can help you with everything from juggling your finances to keeping in touch with Grandma to blowing off some steam on,
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Lenovo recruits Ashton Kutcher to unveil its new Yoga 3 Pro and ThinkPad Yoga 14
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Channel 4 Dumping 4oD In Favor Of All 4 | New Streaming Television Hub For UK Viewers
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YouTube Unveils New Features For Content Creators | Studio App, Crowdfunding, 60fps
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Netflix Expands Into Mainland Europe: Streaming Video In France, Germany, Austria
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Microsoft Reveals Xbox Originals | Halo TV Show Amongst Content In Development
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Google & Viacom Settle YouTube Fight | Seven-Year Copyright Lawsuit Ends Amicably
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The BBC Unveils New-Look iPlayer | A Responsive HTML5 Design Brings It Up To Date
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Google Ordered To Remove ‘Innocence Of Muslims’ Over Actress’ Copyright Claims
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Netflix News Roundup: Subscriber Numbers, Pricing Tiers, Net Neutrality Statement
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What The Net Neutrality Ruling Means For Online Video 18 January 2014, 22.47 4G Voice, Video, & Data
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Vdio Is Dead | Rdio Shutters Video Service 28 December 2013, 22.35 4G Voice, Video, & Data
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YouTube’s Content ID Crackdown On Let’s Play Videos Draws Ire From Gamers & Developers
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Google Fights Back After YouTube Comments Spam Increased | Google+ Integration Staying
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YouTube Changes Comments System To Google+, Even Jawed Karim Complains 10 November 2013, 00.35 4G Voice, Video, & Data
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YouTube Launching Paid Spotify-Like Streaming Music Service Before End Of 2013
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Is Online Streaming Availability To Blame For Movie Piracy? Research Suggests It Could Be
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Netflix Originals Keeping Subscribers Happy | Original Content Strategy Already Working
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YouTube Founders Unveil MixBit, A Vine & Instagram Competitor With Hidden Tricks
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YouTube Opening New Production Studio In New York | Original Content Ramped Up
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Google Launches Chromecast, a $35 Dongle That Streams Content From Mobile To TV
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Hulu Owners Decide Not To Sell After All | Fox, NBC, & Disney Reinvest Millions Instead
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Video on Instagram Arrives To Compete With Vine | Facebook & Twitter Go Head-To-Head
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PalmPad: HP Slate in Palm Clothing? 17 June 2013, 15.02 4G Voice, Video, & Data
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Home Health Monitoring is Big Business 17 June 2013, 15.02 4G Voice, Video, & Data
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Last Minute Geek’s Holiday Gift Guide 17 June 2013, 15.02 4G Voice, Video, & Data
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Android This Week: Leveling Off; Fring Calling; LogMeIn 17 June 2013, 15.02 4G Voice, Video, & Data
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MobileTechRoundup 226 17 June 2013, 15.02 4G Voice, Video, & Data
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Kindle for Android Gets Periodicals, In-App Store 17 June 2013, 15.02 4G Voice, Video, & Data
Kindle for Android Gets Periodicals, In-App Store
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Samsung ATIV Smart PC 17 June 2013, 15.02 4G Voice, Video, & Data
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Norton Hotspot VPN 17 June 2013, 15.02 4G Voice, Video, & Data
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One of the thorniest issues is traveling and maintaining security.  Norton has come up with a nice little VPN package that allows for secure surfing while on open networks. If you have ever been in a hotel, most likely you
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