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Best PC Game - Best of 2014: Games, By Platform - IGN

Reviewed on November 11 In the modern age of gaming, a question has been on the minds of many RPG players and developers: can the old, traditional tenets of the genre be upheld in today’s triple-A market? Dragon Age: Inquisition does more than just answer that question with a resounding “yes;” it raises the bar of design excellence for all large, open-world games. It would be difficult to go back to the fruitless waypoint-hunting, and tedious collect-a-thons that many other open worlds offer after spending over 100 rewarding hours getting lost in the realms of Ferelden and Orlais.Breathtaking vistas, excellent design, and deep RPG systems would mean little if they existed in a hollow world filled with one-dimensional characters, but Inquisition’s are anything but; the level of care that’s gone into fully-realizing its people and places is beyond impressive. Nuanced issues of race, faith, gender, and sexuality are woven skillfully and tastefully into one of the most elaborate tapestries of fictional history gaming has ever seen.Yet, for as deep as it mines, Dragon Age: Inquisition manages to be pleasingly approachable, and eminently playable.

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Amazon debuts 13 new TV show pilots that you can watch right now

Other debuting pilots include the comedy Salem Rogers , which is about a former supermodel leaving rehab; the dark comedy  Mad Dogs , which is an adaptation of the UK series about "underachieving forty-somethings;" the dark comedy Cocked , which is about a corporate suit forced to return to his rural home; and the comedy  Down Dog , which is about a yoga instructor's life after a breakup. Alongside all of those comedy and drama pilots, Amazon is also debuting six pilots for children's series. This is an area that Netflix has been moving into in a strong way, too, as it's an obvious genre to jump into to make these services more appealing to parents of young kids.

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Nike confirms it's working on 'Back to the Future' shoe for 2015 release

Speaking at the Agenda Emerge industry conference in Long Beach, California, on Monday, Nike's innovation chief Tinker Hatfield said the shoe — known as Nike Air MAG — would hit in 2015. He declined to give a release date or pricing info and distribution info, reminding the crowd that there are still "11 and two-thirds months left in 2015," according to sneaker blog Nice Kicks .

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This is what a combined Xbox One/Playstation 4 laptop looks like

Zarick has a bit of a history with these creations. He previously turned both the Xbox One and  PS4 into individual "laptops" as well as created what he calls the Xbook Duo: a unit containing both the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The Playbox meanwhile houses the PS4 on the left side and the Xbox One on the right. Both consoles are powered by the same cord (although they can't be turned on simultaneously for fear of overheating) while a switch on the back is used to change from one to the other.

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15 intimate snapshots of the Romanov family, shortly before their execution

Anna Virubova, best friend and confidante of Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna, and Olga Romanov. Virubova was regarded as very much under the influence of Rasputin. Not permitted by the Bolsheviks to follow the tsar's family into exile, she was first jailed in St. Petersburg and eventually escaped to Finland, were she lived in a convent until her death in the 1960s.

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The Simpsons are coming to Minecraft on Xbox next month

Microsoft is preparing to bring The Simpsons to life in Minecraft next month. Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie will all be available as part of a downloadable skin pack in late February, alongside 19 other characters from the hit TV series. "We have an active community of more than 14 million die-hard Minecraft fans on Xbox Live enjoying the wide range of downloadable content on Xbox, and they have been clamoring for us to bring Simpsons characters to the game," says Xbox chief Phil Spencer.

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Be My Eyes ~ Lend Your Eyes to the Blind

“It's my hope that by helping each other as an online community, Be My Eyes will make a big difference in the everyday lives of blind people all over the world” – Hans Jørgen Wiberg, Founder of Be My Eyes

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5 ways to take control of your Facebook News Feed

You'll then have 15 screens to click through and give a rating in order to — again, in theory — improve your future Facebook experience. It's worth a try, right? We tested it out and it does seem to remove some of the more spammy posts we used to see — but maybe our more annoying friends are just having a quiet couple of weeks.

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Console Madness 2015: 20th Anniversary PlayStation 4 + Logitech gear

With the holiday season well and truly behind us, we bet you thought we were done giving away the goods. No more free consoles from Joystiq, right? Wrong. Dead wrong. Indeed we've been holding a truly potent prize in reserve to kick off our first major giveaway of the year. What is it? None other than the limited edition 20th anniversary PlayStation 4. In fact, it's #8406 of just 12,300 ever made. And we're giving it to you. That's just the beginning of the sweet goods. With only one PS4 to dole out, we don't want to leave others hanging. Logitech has provided us with three gorgeous gaming mice to give away as well, including one G302 Daedalus Prime MOBA Gaming Mouse, one G402 Hyperion Fury Ultra-Fast FPS Gaming Mouse, and one G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse. Here's how to get the prizes: Just use the Rafflecopter widget below between January 9 and January 16. Winners will be selected at random and contacted via email (so make double sure you use an email we can actually contact you at!) Full rules and details after the break. 20th Anniversary PS4 and Logitech giveaway PlayStation 4 20th Anniversary Unboxing AOL TECH GIVEAWAY - OFFICIAL RULES No purchase required to enter or win.

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The CPU from the original PlayStation is guiding a probe to Pluto

You probably already know that your smartphone is more powerful than the computers used to land astronauts on the Moon. But did you know that the processor used in the original Sony PlayStation is currently guiding a space probe the size of a grand piano towards Pluto? Yep, the same  MIPS R3000 CPU that once ran  Final Fantasy VII and Metal Gear Solid was repurposed by NASA in 2006 to fire thrusters, monitor sensors, and transmit data from the  New Horizons space probe. You may have thought defeating Ruby Weapon was an achievement but try orchestrating a gravity-assisted flyby past Jupiter on a four-hour time delay.

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Watch this unreleased Beastie Boys video featuring Adam Yauch and Nas

Back in 2011, the Beastie Boys came out with their final studio album, Hot Sauce Committee Part Two . It was a critically acclaimed record, with many saying at the time that it was the group at their best. A year later, Adam Yauch, otherwise known as MCA, passed away from cancer. Now, fans have a chance to relive some of that old hype thanks to an  up-until-now unreleased music video for one of the album's tracks, "Too Many Rappers."

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How Often Should I Charge My Gadget's Battery to Prolong Its Lifespan?

Dear Lifehacker, What is the deal with lithium-ion batteries (the kind found in smartphones and laptops)? I've heard lots of different things about how to take care of them, like that they need to be kept charged between 40% and 80%, or that they should be drained completely and charged to 100%. What is the ideal approach to maintaining a good battery-life-to-battery-health ratio?

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What £1,000 in rent gets you across the UK

is a leading source for news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. Mashable's record 40 million unique visitors worldwide and 20 million social media followers are one of the most influential and engaged online communities. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco.

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Dudr Gamifies Group Photo Sharing

“He stayed there with his 3 DUDES in an apartment near Ipanema-Beach. They bought 10 quicksnaps (disposable cameras) — one for every day with 24 shots. After their vacation nobody could remember what actually happened. A week after, I was invited to their photo-show evening! All the DUDES were so excited, there were pictures… OMG…..!” is how Schmekel explains the Dudr origin story, via email.

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4 ways social media drives business development

Nine times out of 10, the person in charge of business development already has an idea of the kind of company they want to partner with for a particular initiative. Traditionally, their next step in forging an initial connection would be to cold call or email the company, and to build a rapport from there. Social media fast-tracks this process. We're now able to find precisely the best person to contact, determine if we have any mutual connections, understand their background (as well as the company's) and get a sense of the different players within a company — all before we have a single conversation.

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Tandem Raises $100M Third Fund To Back More Mobile Startups

Renert added that Tandem’s focus has expanded to include the Internet of Things, i.e., Internet-connected hardware. In fact, the new office includes a hardware lab. (The photo at the top of this post shows Renert and his co-founder Sunil Bhargava in the lab.) He said he’s particularly excited about startups that aren’t just selling a gadget but offer a service as well, and startups targeting “boring industries that people have actually forgotten about” — he pointed to companies in the current group that focus on swimming pools and home security.

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Xiaomi's iPhone 6 Plus competitor doesn't rip off Apple

Xiaomi,  one of the fastest-growing tech companies in China , has announced its latest flagship device. The Mi Note is a 6.95mm-thick smartphone with a 5.7-inch 1080p display, a 13-megapixel camera, options for a Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM, a 3000 mAh battery, and curved glass on both the front and back panels; the company refers to the front glass as "2.5D" and the rear glass as "3D."

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Monument Valley in Numbers

Inside the minds of the Monument Valley devs.

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Syfy’s 12 Monkeys is nothing like Terry Gilliam’s film — and that’s why I’m interested

The new 12 Monkeys is a straightforward sci-fi adventure, with Cole time-tripping from year to year — the show calls it “splintering,” presumably because that’s supposed to sound cool — thanks to a chemical process that also conveniently gives him accelerated healing powers and enhanced fighting ability. In that sense it’s nothing at all like Gilliam’s film, and the straightforward treatment carries on throughout. The wide-lens dystopia of the original is gone, replaced by a polished but much less distinguished aesthetic — call it basic cable futurism — and the jagged edginess of Willis’ Cole is pounded flat. Instead, Stanford creates a generic action hero with no real sense of personality or past (at least, nothing we see in the first two episodes). It gets 12 Monkeys into trouble; without strong lead performances to ground the universe, the show’s strained reaches left me laughing for all the wrong reasons. (Genius doctor after going over Cole’s vitals: “This guy is a flesh and blood molecular computer!”)

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Twitch launches free music library for video game streamers

Game streaming platform Twitch is trying to solve a problem that has plagued it for months: how can you enforce copyright laws without limiting what players can do on the service? Today, the Amazon-owned company is launching the  Twitch Music Library , which collects songs that are cleared for use on live streams or in archived video. It's part of Twitch's long-running expansion from video games — its original raison d'etre — to music.

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Nostalgic Photos of SF Show the City Before Gentrification | WIRED

Delaney moved to the city in July 1978 to attend the San Francisco Art Institute. She settled in the neighborhood South of Market—or SoMa, as it is known locally. The photographer gravitated to the area because it “emulated”—or at least resembled—Soho and was a cheap place to live. She felt at home living and working among the blue collar community and the dirty but necessary services—printers, auto repair shops, vehicle depots and the like—that keep a city humming.

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'Glitter' Bomb Goes Off In Troll Site Founder's Face

The troll founder of a troll website ended up getting trolled by his own trollish idea earlier this week, but he's still looking to capitalize on it through a potential sale.

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Secret US cybersecurity report: encryption vital to protect private data

Newly uncovered Snowden document contrasts with British PM’s vow to crack down on encrypted messaging after Paris attacks

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Chicago's Gangster Past, Minus the Romance

Meet Gertrude Murphy, also known as "Billie." "She's the quintessential 1920s flapper girl," says Mather. "She's 22, she got herself into a little bit of trouble, she's being brought in for questioning. Two men were fighting over her and one shot the other one dead. But meanwhile, she already had a husband who was in jail. The look on her face in this photo is priceless." (Photos © Chicago Tribune)

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Net Fix: FCC chief on solving the Open Internet puzzle (Q&A) - CNET

With a vote looming on new rules for Internet access, Tom Wheeler talks candidly with CNET News in an exclusive interview about legal challenges, President Obama's role and being the butt of late-night TV jokes.

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Xiaomi mocks Apple with its very own premium phablet

There's just no stopping for the world's most valuable startup . After adding an air purifier, an IP camera, a smart light bulb and the affordable Redmi 2 to its portfolio, Xiaomi is now going right after the iPhone 6 Plus with its very own high-end phablet, the 5.7-inch Mi Note. While kicking off today's keynote, CEO Lei Jun emphasized that his 6.95mm-thick, 161g-heavy phone is ever so slightly slimmer and lighter than Apple's offering. But even without the cheeky comparison, the dual-SIM Mi Note is already impressive enough, given that it's mostly wrapped in Gorilla Glass 3 on both the front ("2.5D" curved) and back ("3D" curved), with an aluminum alloy frame exposed in the middle. Most interestingly, though, is that this CN¥2,299 (about $370) off-contract base price is a tad higher than Xiaomi's usual sub-CN¥2,000 tease, but it'll unlikely deter Xiaomi fans in China. Gallery | 26 Photos Xiaomi Mi Note + See all 26

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Get Out Your Burn Book Because Mean Girls The Mobile Game Is Coming To iOS

“Mean Girls is hilarious, brutal, and endlessly quotable; I absolutely loved watching and re-watching the film,” says So Much Drama president Jeff Meador. “The game is rich with the quirky humor, over-the-top high school power struggles, and everything from hilarious lines, peppermint foot cream, to, yes, the Burn Book.”

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Associated Press, New York Times, and others will test drones with Virginia Tech's help

CNN's not the only media organization trying to help the FAA establish rules for putting drones in the sky for news coverage. Today, a crew of news companies including the Associated Press, Getty, Gannett, NBCUniversal, The New York Times Company, and The Washington Post have come together with Virginia Tech to test small unmanned aircraft systems for news gathering purposes. The space they'll be using is one of six test sites set up by Congress for the purpose of assisting the FAA as it works to piece together rules for the commercial use of drones.

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Is social media too dangerous for business?

What isn’t so obvious is if being on social media offers real benefit to organizations and companies. Recently, I went on CNBC to talk about this subject and the host asked me what were the actual benefits of social media. I was so surprised by the question that, initially, I asked him if he wanted to know about the risks or benefits. For the sake of argument, let’s start with the former.

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3 simple tips for winning the hearts of an online community

is a leading source for news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. Mashable's record 40 million unique visitors worldwide and 20 million social media followers are one of the most influential and engaged online communities. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco.

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This New Scorsese, De Niro, And DiCaprio Film Is Actually A Casino Commercial

The concept of Hollywood stars doing ad work overseas is not new. In the old days, you could go to Japan and make a coffee ad—something you'd never stoop to in North America—collect a massive pay cheque, fly home, and no English-speaking fan would be the wiser. Then came the Internet and all was revealed.

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'Station Eleven' proves that there is beauty in the apocalypse

is a leading source for news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. Mashable's record 40 million unique visitors worldwide and 20 million social media followers are one of the most influential and engaged online communities. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco.

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You Can Probably Skip Amazon's New TV Pilots—Except for One | WIRED

There are problems—there’s some dodgy CGI in the opening sequence that pulls you into the uncanny valley just as the show is trying to introduce Nazi New York for the first time—but there’s also an integrity and understated quality that reads like confidence, like this show knows what it is. It’s an assured stride compared to Amazon’s other pilots, which feel desperate for love or attention at times.

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You Can Probably Skip Amazon's New TV Pilots—Except for One | WIRED

There are problems—there’s some dodgy CGI in the opening sequence that pulls you into the uncanny valley just as the show is trying to introduce Nazi New York for the first time—but there’s also an integrity and understated quality that reads like confidence, like this show knows what it is. It’s an assured stride compared to Amazon’s other pilots, which feel desperate for love or attention at times.

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Strange Antique Medical Devices That Promised to Cure Everything With Electricity | WIRED

Friend, have you felt your manly vigor waning? Have you experienced shaky nerves or sexual debility? Fear not! A cure is at hand. Experience the restorative virtues of Dr. Sanden’s electric belt, guaranteed to enliven the elements of manhood and make the bodily organs strong, vigorous, and free of pain.

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Rumor: iPhone 6s to feature 2GB LPDDR4 RAM and Force Touch technology

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Apple’s R&D Department Conjures A Pop-Up iPhone Home Button Joystick

The patent includes drawings of an iPhone 6-style smartphone, which features the standard home button configuration. But when a user puts enough force on the home button (more than just a standard click) it can extend to just a bit beyond the surface of the display, giving it leeway to move left, right, up and down and accept input on the x- and y- axis, as well as the z-axis (a downward press from above, the only directional input supported by the current home button design). Switching back is as simple as pressing down on the home button hard enough to lock it back into place.

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Women Who Tweet and Share Photos Are Less Stressed, Pew Study Finds

Surfing the Web and checking in on social media does not stress people out, a new study from the Pew Research Center shows. In fact, women who regularly tweet, email and post photos on their mobile devices are 21% less stressed, the study of 1,801 adults reveals.

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This App Turns Your Phone Into A Disposable Camera, Hiding Your Photos Until They’re Delivered To Your Door

It seems like a product in search of a market that I’m not sure exists. A group that wants all of the advantages of a modern digital camera — the reusability, the improved optics — but who would be willing to pay money to wait to see their photos. We can shout “LOL! Hipsters will love this!”; meanwhile, the actual hipsters busy themselves shooting photos onto sheets of iron and putting wax in their facial hair or something.

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The Ex-Googlers Building Drones That Anybody Can Pilot With a Phone | WIRED

Some well-funded startups, such as Skycatch and Airware , see drones as one of the next big computing platforms. They’re developing applications for businesses to take advantage of drones’ unique ability to see the world from above for a small fraction of the cost of manned aircraft. If heavy industries such as construction, mining, and agriculture can have eyes in the sky all the time, the thinking goes, they can gather more kinds of data, and more of it, than ever before. In that context, the value is not in the drones themselves, but rather the insights they provide.

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How to Restart iPhone, iPad without Power and Home Button

Apple gives you no direct way to reboot your iPhone or iPad from iOS, and the only way you can do that is by pressing and holding the home and power button together until you see the Apple logo. If either of these buttons are broken, here’s an easy way to reboot your device.

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Fiksu Finds More Evidence Of iOS 9 Testing Underway

This afternoon, mobile app marketing platform Fiksu  unveiled new data indicating that iOS 9, the next version of Apple’s mobile operating system, is now being publicly tested. According to the company’s research, Fiksu says it has now seen 145 distinct IDFAs (Identifier for Advertisers) in 2015 which hail from iOS 9 devices.

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The Sentiment On Sharing Is Shifting

Our analysis also found that states are playing a big role in this discussion. State level interventions ranged from legislation to regulatory rulings to state legal action. Most mixed and negative sentiment for the sharing economy is based on concerns over safety (provider and consumer), fair business practices (equal application of regulations or “leveling the playing field”), or lost tax revenue (uncollected hotel taxes). Overall, cities are finding that there is a way to strike a balance between promoting innovation, ensuring consumer safety and addressing existing industries.

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This Week On The TechCrunch Bitcoin Podcast: The Crash

Welcome to the very first episode of TCBTC, TechCrunch’s new, weekly, bitcoin-focused podcast. It has been a turbulent 2015 thus far for the cryptocurrency, making it a perfect moment to take stock of the year’s price swings and make a few predictions about what is coming next.

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Google Play now has more apps than Apple's App Store, report says

The number of apps in the Google Play Store grew by more than 50% last year, outpacing Apple's App Store for the first time, according to a new report.

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Obama is going to chat with YouTube stars following his State of the Union address

This is the sixth year in a row that the White House has turned to Google to talk to Americans following the State of the Union. In previous years, Obama has used YouTube and Google+ Hangouts, but this is the first time that celebrity hosts have been brought in. It's likely to be a win for both the White House and YouTube. YouTube has been making a big effort of promoting its most successful hosts over the past year, and an event like this will only legitimize the hosts and YouTube as a platform even more. For Obama, it's a guaranteed audience, and it's likely to include listeners who wouldn't otherwise tune into a video chat.

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Why Creative Teams Are Loving Talko

Talko, developed by software legend Ray Ozzie is a coworking and communication app attempting to reinvent the phone call. It falls in the same genre as popular online tools like Slack and HipChat, but unlike those chat-based platforms, it relies heavily on vocal interactions. It's also mobile based—for now. (A web component is coming soon.) The app allows for calls, texts, and pictures between groups and individuals all happening in the same stream instantaneously and simultaneously. Most importantly, it records all messages. If someone isn't available, he can chime in or catch up on a conversation when it's convenient. Participants can flag important moments in meetings or messages, so a late-comer doesn't have to listen to three hours of audio to get to the important part. "It allows voice to be decorated and annotated just like other data types can be decorated or annotated on the web," Talko cofounder Matt Pope told Fast Company .

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Patent reform advocates are launching a ‘super-coalition’ to whack patent trolls

In the past two years, brick-and-mortar businesses have reported a major uptick in lawsuits from patent trolls, too. Companies such as Home Depot, whose employees use in-store WiFi to communicate with one another and to monitor store shelves, have been sued by patent trolls asserting a claim to patents covering WiFi routers, according to Susan Davies, an intellectual property lawyer who helped draft Congress' last patent bill, the America Invents Act. Davies is a partner at the firm Kirkland & Ellis and will be chief counsel for United for Patent Reform.

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Intel Dips After Its Weak Q1 Guidance Overshadows Strong Q4 Results

For the full year, Intel had revenue of $55.9 billion, net income of $11.7 billion and earnings per share of $2.31. The company’s revenue is mildly cyclical due to the impact of fourth-quarter holiday shopping. That’s the reason the company’s expected sequential revenue decline into 2015 is neither surprising nor worrying. Instead, investors are only quibbling that they had expected a slightly smaller delta between the two periods.

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500 Startups-Backed Cleanify Wants To Be Expedia For The Cleaning Industry

While a number of startups have emerged to offer on-demand cleaning services to consumers, most of them just hire subcontractors and pay them a flat hourly fee for their work. But they do little to help them build their businesses outside of the platforms.

51 Evolve Preview - CNET
52 Timeline Launches News App To Give You The Context Behind The Day’s Headlines
53 Google Glass Exits X Labs As Explorer Program Shuts Down, Team Now Reports To Tony Fadell
54 Snapchat Wants Brands To Spend $750,000 On Disappearing Ads
55 A Music-Making App Designed to Help Teens Deal With Death | WIRED
56 A Startup That Wants to Make Getting a Mortgage Less Tortuous | WIRED
57 Welcome to the age of the industrial internet
58 Esquire Network on Twitter
59 GOP Net Neutrality Proposal Draws Ire, Praise
60 The Time BlackBerry Decided I Shouldn’t Review Its New Phone
61 instructables on Twitter
62 OracleVoice: Five Common Misconceptions About Cloud Platforms
63 Defense bombshell in Silk Road trial: Mt. Gox owner “set up” Ulbricht
64 The Big Picture: NASA's first high-res picture of the 48 states
65 How the Camera Doomed Google Glass
66 The Best States For New Parents Still Fall Very Short
67 Twitch announces Music Library for broadcasters to use without getting into trouble
68 Mark Cuban Negotiated A New 'Shark Tank' Deal With Sony Entirely Over An App That Deletes All Messages
69 David Bowie's Hair Styles Offer View of his Artistic Personas
70 Dating Service Zoosk Lays Off 15% Of Staff, Company Confirms
71 Open Data Is Finally Making A Dent In Cities
72 Win Two Tickets To The 8th Annual Crunchies Awards
73 Investors Must Confront The On-Demand Economy’s Legal Problem, Part 2
74 An MIT Professor Built A 3D Printer That Can Print Drones. In One Piece. For $9000.
75 What Would The Original Mac Look Like If Apple Made It In 2015?
76 Reg Saddler on Twitter
77 How "Guy Code" Became A Comedy Breeding Ground
78 Facebook Finally Unveils A Way To Spend Your Entire Workday On Facebook
79 Reg Saddler on Twitter
80 Looking for a job? Try the solar industry
81 Adobe Lightroom mobile for iPhone and Android phone review - CNET
82 SpaceX Has Pinpointed The Problem That Caused The Falcon9 Rocket To Crash Land
83 YouTube stars will interview Obama at the White House next week
84 Gawker Media merging Gizmodo and io9 teams into a tech super-hub
85 Man Breaks Into School And Gets Caught Because He Checked Facebook
86 Trunx Aims to Take on Apple, Dropbox with Unlimited $5 Photo Storage
87 How "Workaholics" Star Anders Holm Got Busy Writing TV Shows And Movies
88 The RedMonk Programming Language Rankings: January 2015
89 Mark Zuckerberg: Even The Smartest Genius Can't Start A Company Alone
90 Be My Eyes app harnesses volunteers to help sight-impaired people
91 Xapo ups its bitcoin storage security by stashing a key in space
92 Pilot pressure explains FAA’s indecisiveness on drones
93 Wirecard’s Smart Band: A mobile wallet you wear around your wrist
94 An early modern color guide
95 A twist on planetary origins
96 Alibaba in major initiative to court China consumer for U.S. retailers
97 The Fitness Gear You Actually Need in 2015 | WIRED
98 Marriott will unshackle its guests’ mobile Wi-Fi hotspots