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Microsoft fixes severe 19 year-old Windows bug found in everything since Windows 95

Why this matters: As IBM points out, the discovery shows how significant vulnerabilities can evade detection for many years. But it also highlights a type of vulnerability—one that involves arbitrary data manipulation—that is fairly uncommon. IBM warns that there could be other, similar bugs that haven’t been discovered yet, with multiple exploitation techniques for attackers to install keyloggers, screen grabbers and remote access tools. Users are just lucky this one was caught—eventually.

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PlayStation 4 firms up with 2.02 system update, available now

Hot on the heels of the PS4's 2.01 system update is - you guessed it - 2.02, available to download now. We've successfully nabbed and installed the firmware, but the patch notes currently offer little to report on what it's changed. According to Sony's support page, with 2.02 "system software stability during use of some features has been improved." Well, then. 2.02 is the second PS4 update within a week, so it seems likely that, like 2.01 , it's designed to tackle some of the problems that arose after the major 2.00 update . 2.00 caused a variety of glitches for some users, such as the console not powering up from Rest Mode (as addressed by the 2.01 update). 2.00 has also got on badly with certain games, including the Evolve alpha and, as our review attested to, the upcoming Dragon Age: Inquisition. Here's our Editor's Note from the review: "The PlayStation 4 version of Dragon Age: Inquisition currently experiences severe crashing hourly, requiring consoles be unplugged and restarted. EA and Sony have told us this is due to the console's recent 2.0 firmware update.

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Microsoft Launches Free, Unrestricted Version Of Visual Studio For Small Teams

“The simple way to think about this is that we are broadening up access to Visual Studio,” Microsoft’s corporate VP of its Developer Division S. “Soma” Somasegar told me in an interview late last month. Somasegar told me that the Community Edition will allow you to build any kind of application for the Web, mobile devices, desktop and the cloud. “It’s a full features version of Visual Studio,” he noted. “It includes the full richness of the Visual Studio extensions and ecosystem.”

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Comet landing live coverage: First image of the lander descent

Wow, three landings. I'm amazed it made it past the second - after two hours I'd expect the lander could have drifted into any orientation relative to the surface and been damaged on the second landing. But clearly it survived if we have telemetry from ROMAP for the third landing. I don't know if we have confirmation of any telemetry after the third landing, so it's current status is unclear.

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YouTube announces Music Key subscription service, starting at $7.99 per month - The Next Web

The new service, which is launching in beta, will offer full album streams and offline listening for $9.99 a month. The subscription also includes access to Google Play Music, which offers 30+ million songs and the ability to upload your own music.

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Samsung goes for a counterpunch in Nvidia patent suit - CNET

Along with the false-advertising claim, Samsung is suing over six technical patents involving chipsets, including patents on controlling different kinds of computer memory. Samsung also named in the suit Velocity Micro, a privately held maker of custom personal computers and an Nvidia customer based in Virginia. Samsung claimed Velocity was infringing all six patents cited against Nvidia, as well as two others.

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Tidemark’s Latest Release Uses Big Data To Help Finance Look Forward Instead Of Back

As an example, one customer Reddy Ice, which supplies bags of ice to retail stores knows broad weather patterns of course. It will need more ice and more drivers in the summer than the winter, but it doesn’t know the fluctuations within those broad patterns, and by linking their operations data with weather.com data, the company can make more informed decisions about how much product they’ll need and how many drivers will be required to deliver that product with greater accuracy. And what’s more, they can do it day to day and week to week, giving them a much faster way to look at operations requirements.

8 Swiftype is hiring!

Swiftype is a growing team of talented search experts, with experiences ranging from machine learning to online commerce. We are looking for self-motivated and resourceful individuals who will work with us to deliver an outstanding product experience.

9
naholyr/github-todos

[Github-Todos] Checking Github Authentication… OK [Github-Todos] Created issue #11 (do something better) - https://github.com/user/repo/issues/11 [Github-Todos] Created issue #12 (add security filter) - https://github.com/user/repo/issues/12 [Github-Todos] Added comment to issue #12 (add security filter) - https://github.com/user/repo/issues/11/#… [Github-Todos] Injecting issue numbers to files… [Github-Todos] Added a commit containing issue injections

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Amazon Conference Showcases Another Side of the Retailer’s Business

That’s just one of the arcane offerings Amazon.com will highlight at its third annual cloud computing conference, which starts in earnest on Wednesday in Las Vegas. The confab is the company’s splashy push to build its business providing online access to data storage, number-crunching and web-app hosting (that’s the Elastic Beanstalk) on a pay-as-you-go basis, all running on Amazon’s computer servers.

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Android 5.0 Lollipop now rolling out to second-generation Moto X Pure Edition and Moto G

Motorola today announced it has started rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop to some of its devices. The first lucky three to get the update are the second-generation Moto X Pure Edition, the Moto G US GSM, and the Moto G Global GSM retail version sold in the U.S.

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Google’s Search App For Android Gets Material Design Update And New Smarts

The Google app for Android — the app that handles your voice searches, Google Now Updates and more — is getting an update today that brings Google’s new Material Design user interface to the app for devices that already run Android Lollipop (that is, the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 at this point). The update also introduces a number of new features that will be available on any Android phone (running Jellybean and up) that will make the app smarter and more useful in general.

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Rosetta spacecraft records eerie 'song' coming off comet

The  Rosetta spacecraft  was able to pick up the strange, echoed clopping sound, but if a human were floating through space next to the comet, he or she wouldn't hear anything at all. Comet 67P/C-G is singing well below the frequency that the human ear can hear, according to the ESA. The frequency of the sound was increased by a factor of approximately 10,000 for an audible rendering of the comet's tune.

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Netflix adds 1080p video streaming to iOS app, but only over Wi-Fi

Netflix has updated its iOS app to support the new screen sizes and resolutions on Apple’s latest iPhone models. Announced on its official website , version 7.0 of the app has been optimized to display more on-screen information, and higher-res video. According to the blurb, iPhone 6 owners will benefit from an improved interface, larger images, and better performance; while 6 Plus owners will also enjoy Netflix’s streaming content in 1080p.

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Marvel's Agents of SHIELD: "The Writing on the Wall" Review - IGN

The cool thing is, even if it isn’t, the story’s they’re telling these days are so much stronger and more involving, it’s okay if it only ends up being important on this show. There were a lot of strong elements here, as Coulson become absolutely determined to get to the bottom of what was happening to him – with some surprising turn of events, from him ordering his own torture, to when he shoved Skye into the cell to pulling a gun on poor former agent Hank Thompson (V and The 4400’s Joel Gretsch). This was a standout episode for Clarke Gregg, who got to show a lot of different layers, portraying such an unhinged version of Coulson.

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Twitter Plans To Onboard Users With “Instant Timeline”, Launch More DM Features And Standalone Apps

“The Cards platform affords us this canvas within the tweet we can use to create an infinite number of ad formats” says Twitter’s newly appointed VP of Product Kevin Weil. Since the ads are themselves tweets, any piece of content can be turned into paid marketing as soon as Twitter allows that type of tweet, like Vine videos. To date, Twitter has offered cards as ads designed to preview websites and drive traffic there, drive app installs, re-engage users with apps they’ve downloaded but stopped using, and pull in views for videos shown with tweets. Twitter has also experimented with a Buy button card for ecommerce sites to allow in-line purchases via a credit card the user has filed with Twitter.

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Samsung launching Gear VR 'Innovator Edition' in early December

You'll be able to get your hands on Samsung's Gear VR in early December. Today the company announced that it will launch the Gear VR Innovator Edition — essentially what amounts to developer preview hardware (that's available to everyone) — next month. Obviously the Note 4 that's central to Samsung's entire virtual reality experience will be sold separately. But once you mount it inside the Gear VR Innovator Edition, Samsung says the Note 4 will automatically install a bundle of apps developed by Oculus, including a specialized home screen, a VR movie theater, and another mode that offers a 360-degree view of videos and panoramic photos. But that's just the start; Samsung has  hinted that it has more ambitious plans for the Gear VR and its partnership with Oculus, which of course is pursuing its own VR interests with the Rift headset.

18
Microsoft Band review - CNET

The tracker is offered in three sizes: small, medium and large. Dan Graziano's wrist was somewhere in between a small and a medium, which made it more difficult for the large band to get an accurate heart-rate reading. This also made the Band uncomfortable to run with. An easy fix would have been for Microsoft to use a traditional watch band rather than the current snap and clip design, although the heart-rate sensor would have also needed to be relocated. On Scott Stein's larger wrist, however, the band often felt uncomfortable, too, and the heart-rate readings also varied. Readings tended to fall in line with those on the Basis Peak but tended to skew very low or high during active exercise.

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These Are the First Images Sent Back to Earth By Rosetta and Philae

This morning marks one of the most exciting moments in space exploration in years : Rosetta's lander, Philae, will touch down on the comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko. It's still making its way down to the comet , but the little lander that could is already snapping photos and sending them home.

20
Valkyria Chronicles deploys on Steam today

Sega's alt-universe strategy-RPG Valkyria Chronicles is out today on Steam , marking its first-ever appearance on PC platforms. Originally released for the PlayStation 3 in 2008, Valkyria Chronicles arrives on Steam with dual-language support, Steam Trading Cards and Achievements, and extensive resolution and control configuration options. The new port also bundles all previously released DLC, including Hard EX Mode and the six-mission Challenge of the Edy Detachment expansion. The PC version of Valkyria Chronicles is priced at $19.99. [Image: Sega]

21 Amazon RDS for Aurora

Amazon Aurora is a MySQL-compatible, relational database engine that combines the speed and availability of high-end commercial databases with the simplicity and cost-effectiveness of open source databases. Amazon Aurora provides up to five times better performance than MySQL at a price point one tenth that of a commercial database while delivering similar performance and availability. Amazon Aurora joins MySQL, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, and PostgreSQL as the fifth database engine available to customers through Amazon RDS. Amazon RDS handles routine database tasks such as provisioning, patching, backup, recovery, failure detection, and repair.

22
Kobe Bryant has missed more shots than anyone in NBA history

Bryant's a gunner, yes, but he's also arguably a top-10, all-time NBA player. He entered the league straight out of high school, and has been a star almost ever since, so his setting the career-miss record isn't a huge surprise. But the 36-year-old's comment after the game — about which of those 13,421 misses he regrets — is vintage Kobe.

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Dutch artist's machine turns Coca-Cola back into clean water

If you think it's pretty ridiculous that unhealthy soda is easily available to the masses, but a glass of crystal clear water is not, you're not alone. The contradiction is what's behind Netherlands-based artist Helmut Smits' latest project: a device that took a sample of Coca-Cola and purified it until it turned back into clean, drinkable water.

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Samsung Flow takes on Continuity for use across devices - SlashGear

Your phone, a tablet, even a TV — all screens, and all doing their own thing. What if they didn’t operate in silos, though? What if your TV could relay info from your smartphone, and your tablet could pick up a task right from your computer? That’s Samsung’s vision of how we’ll interact with our devices moving forward, and they’ve introduced a new platform called Flow to manage it for us. We can be productive, or lazy, but we can now do it on any device.

25
Tailio Wi-Fi Litter Box Keeps Tabs On Feline Health

The Tailio device is actually a small stand which sits under your existing cat litter box where it can keep track of feline comings and goings to their toilet. Specifically it’s measuring the weight of the cat and the weight of their excretions, time spent in the box, time of day and how long it’s been between visits. The algorithm uses all these signals to distinguish one furry beast from another (if you own more than one) so one Tailio can track multiple cats.

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Changes coming to Twitter: Videos, timeline highlights, and new ways to chat

Future Twitter has video-editing tools. Private tweet-sharing. Timeline highlights. More ways to draw in new users without alienating old ones. The network has been working on this for years, especially in the months since going public, but features like in-line photos and a web profile redesign haven’t coalesced into a Big Plan until now.

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BlackBerry options active ahead of San Francisco event

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Options on BlackBerry Ltd's U.S.-listed shares attracted a surge of bullish activity on Wednesday, a day before the Canadian tech firm is scheduled to host an event in San Francisco where it is expected to shine a light on its strategy for serving big clients.

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Sons of Anarchy: "Faith and Despondency" Review - IGN

The way the episode started, with various pairs of characters having sex, at first glance seemed like a typically over-the-top Sons of Anarchy way to kick things off. But once the shock value wore off, they started to deliver more than just bare butts. Jax’s breakdown with Winsome, Gemma and Juice’s looks of despair - those were the things that were more interesting. And I appreciated the way the episode was structured, giving us a chance to revisit the characters again at the end. Almost every pairing at the end of the episode brought more depth to the characters. Ratboy was being cared for by Brooke, rather than by one of the club’s professionals. Jax was with Wendy, who wasn’t alone anymore. Gemma and Nero were talking about the future. The only pairing that didn’t work as well was Chibs and Jarry. Although Jarry seemed like a promisingly interesting character when she was introduced, the last few episodes she hasn’t made much sense, swinging from anger to reckless abandon with Chibs. She knew from the start that Chibs is an outlaw, it’s unclear what she was expecting would go differently.

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Beats Debuts $300 Solo2 Wireless Headphones, First New Product Since Apple Deal Closed

Beats by Dre is launching a new pair of headphones today , a Bluetooth-powered wireless version of the Solo2 headset it introduced back in June this year. The wireless edition was tipped by an FCC document last week, but now it’s official, with a $299.95 price tag when it goes on sale later this month at Apple.com and select online retailers. Beats is also launching a new ‘Royal Edition’ variant of their wired Solo2, which includes new color options and a satin finish, priced at $199.95.

30
Beyoncé for $800: 'Jeopardy' tests how well you know Queen Bey

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 19 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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Google releases standalone Messenger app for Android

But what about Hangouts , you ask? Well, that application isn't going anywhere anytime soon, it would seem. Yet, Google isn't doing it any favors by outing a standalone version of Messenger , an app with very similar messaging features to the aforementioned. Messenger does come pre-installed on Android Lollipop , alongside Hangouts, but now it's available to devices running version 4.1 (or higher) of Google's operating system. As expected, you can use Messenger for SMS and MMS phone functions, in addition to being able to send and receive audio messages. The app is also quite elegant, since it does come with the new Material Design look. If you're running a compatible smartphone or tablet, Messenger is available to download from Google Play -- or you can grab the APK from here .

32
Holy pixels, Batman: Netflix brings 1080p video to iPhone 6 Plus

Now that Apple has an iPhone with full 1080p resolution, Netflix is bringing higher resolution shows to the handset. The online video company says movies, television shows and its own original content is now supported in 1080p on the iPhone 6 Plus, which has a full HD display . Android devices gained the 1080p support with the debut of a refreshed Nexus 7 in the middle of 2013, but until now Apple didn’t have a handset that could natively show the full resolution of 1080p video. The latest version of Netflix for iOS is optimized for the iPhone 6 screen and also brings Chromecast improvements.

33
Microsoft Updates Visual Studio 2013, Previews Next Major Release

Microsoft also today highlighted a number of updates to Visual Studio Online. This includes support for Release Management for Visual Studio. Until now, only developers using Team Foundation Server were able to make use of this feature (which is officially in preview). Also new is support for what Microsoft calls Cloud Deployment Projects. This means users can model their cloud resources as code and then provision resources on Azure for development, testing and production. You can find a full list of all the new features here.

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Amazon unveils key-management security tool that works on-premise and in the cloud

The new Amazon Web Services Key Management Service (KMS), unveiled Wednesday, promises to let business customers manage their encryption keys for applications and services that run both on-premises and in the Amazon cloud. The new key management feature is now available in all of the AWS regions.

35
2 adorable spacebots just tweeted their journey to a comet

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 19 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.

36
Yahoo to Buy Ad Platform for $640 Million

The Internet portal said Tuesday it is paying about $640 million in cash to buy video-ad startup BrightRoll Inc., Yahoo’s largest deal since the October initial public offering of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and its second-largest acquisition during Marissa Mayer’s tenure as chief executive.

37
Facebook Lets You Create Personalized Thank You Videos

Say Thanks lets you choose a theme, photos and posts to generate the video. Once you’re happy with it, you can share it with a message on your and your friend’s timelines.

38
Microsoft debuts Visual Studio 2015 and .NET 2015 previews, free Visual Studio Community 2013

The year-based moniker is nothing new for Visual Studio, but it certainly is for .NET. S. Somasegar, Corporate Vice President of the Developer Division at Microsoft, told VentureBeat that Microsoft wants to emphasize that the two are under the “same umbrella brand” and that 2015 shows the company wants to be more agile. As many Microsoft executives do nowadays, he also echoed CEO Satya Nadella’s words by saying the 2015 release is a “great toolset for cloud-first, mobile-first” development.

39
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The best-selling Beats headphones are going wireless

But instead of connecting through a 3.5mm cord, it’s a pair of Bluetooth headphones. That means there’s a built-in battery that lasts 12 hours and your headphones can be up to 30 feet from your music player. There’s also a microphone built into the cans so you still can pick up or take calls — or talk to Siri. If your battery runs out, the Solo2 Wireless can use a 3.5mm cord.

41
Adobe fixes 18 vulnerabilities in Flash Player

Adobe Systems released critical security updates Tuesday for Flash Player to address 18 vulnerabilities, many of which can be remotely exploited to compromise underlying systems.

42
Flux’s 3D Printer Is Also A Scanner, Laser Engraver And More Thanks to A Modular Design

3D printers are at a bit of a crossroads – after a lot of initial promise, they seem to have hit a roadblock between early adopter zeal and general consumer interest. A new entrant called Flux should at least reinvigorate hobbyist excitement, thanks to a modular design that makes it a veritable all-in-one maker factor for budding builders. The Kickstarter project for Flux launches today, making the gadget available for pre-order pledges starting at $499 for an early bird unit reservation, and $599 after that.

43
CareLulu Raises $1.7 Million For A Service That Helps Parents Find The Best Daycares

CareLuLu is the easiest way for parents to find a daycare or preschool that fits their family's needs. CareLuLu's online marketplace allows parents to quickly find and compare child care options. It’s is not just another listing of daycares in the area. With CareLuLu, parents can avoid the hassle of searching through dozens of websites and find all the information they want in one place. …

44
WhereToWatch Shows You Where You Can Watch Movies and TV Shows Legally

The site is similar to Can I Stream It , but also includes theaters that you can find new movies at, a huge selection of TV shows and the channels you can find them on, and tells you where you can buy the movie or show if it's not on any streaming services. Additionally, WhereToWatch is ad-free and lets you set alert notifications for when the content you're interested becomes available from your preferred provider. There is no app, but the site is designed to work on any sized device. The site is still in beta, so there might be a few hiccups, but you can check it out at the link below.

45
Twitter Firehose Reveals How Weather Affects Mood | MIT Technology Review

We’re all influenced by the weather but psychologists have struggled to gather convincing data revealing the correlation. So researchers are turning to Twitter instead.

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Google’s ad server suffers global failure, causing millions of ads to disappear from web

An unusual glitch struck Google’s ad serving tool on Wednesday morning, causing blank spaces to appear in place of advertisements on websites like BuzzFeed, Time, Forbes and VentureBeat. The outage means a loss of revenue for hundreds of publishers, and represents the rare failure of a key piece of internet plumbing.

47
Android 5.0 Lollipop's Easter egg is a Flappy Bird clone

Every version of Android has featured a variety of hidden treats and features, commonly called "Easter eggs." Android 5.0 Lollipop , which is due to arrive on devices in the coming weeks, might have the most ambitious Easter egg of all: it has a knock off of the Flappy Bird game accessible via a series of taps in the phone's settings menu. In place of the 8-bit bird and Mario Bros. pipes are the Android mascot and lollipop obstacles that you must avoid.

48
Facebook 'Say Thanks' videos turn your friendships into movies

Facebook members select a friend and a theme for the video, such as "old friends," "friends", "complicated" or "family" — each theme has its own music and feel. Similar to how users were able to select and edit photos for their Look Back video, it's possible to choose the photos that most represent your friendship with that person and include wall posts, like "Happy Birthday" messages.

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Samsung announces Project Beyond, a 360-degree 3D camera that creates virtual reality worlds

Samsung just announced Project Beyond at its 2014 Developer Conference — it's a 360-degree camera module that captures everything around it in 3D. It captures a gigapixel of 3D footage every second, and can stream that footage back to someone wearing Samsung's Gear VR headset, essentially transporting them into that world. Essentially, Project Beyond continuously creates a virtual 3D environment of wherever it is placed — Samsung said people would be able to tune in live or record footage to be viewed at any time. In a lot of ways it feels like the cameras seen on a Google Street View backpack, but much smaller and more portable. It's otherwise a pretty unique (and surely expensive) piece of hardware.

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Samsung takes aim at smart home, digital health, virtual reality - CNET

It's vital for Samsung to partner with startups and other app developers to provide software customized for its devices. Being just another Android player is not enough, at least not if Samsung wants to hold onto its position at the top of the electronics food chain. Instead, the company has to set itself apart from everyone else in the market. It needs something that boosts its own ecosystem and connects its various devices together. Samsung also must make customers loyal to its devices and offer software and services they really use. And it needs to put itself on the same level as Apple and Google, owning the relationship with consumers instead of simply selling them gadgets.

51 How YouTube Music Key Will Redefine What We Consider ‘Music’
52 Spark Photon: The $19 Internet of Things Kit
53 Google launches Fiber for Small Business, available in select areas of Kansas City for $100 per month
54 Anaplan App Hub Wants To Bring Open-Source Sharing Ethos to Financial Planners
55 That Dragon, Cancer dad, devs push on after tragedy
56 Samsung Opens Simband Applications And SAMI Data Exchange Platform To Developers
57 Are we ready for the 'infosphere'?
58 Verizon Offering Pre-Black Friday Freebies (for Everyone)
59 Hidden miracles of the natural world
60 Tech firms strengthen Twin Cities ties to Apple
61 Here Comes the Sun: America's Solar Boom, in Charts | BillMoyers.com
62 How to talk to veterans about the war
63 Co.Design | business + design
64 Want to innovate? Become a "now-ist"
65 How I Got Rejected From a Job at The Container Store
66 22 Pictures That Prove We're Living In The Damn Future
67 Ex-Googler Builds A Github For Designers
68 How sampling transformed music
69 Best Buy's Black Friday deals include discounted iPads and a $199 50-inch HDTV
70 Teach statistics before calculus!
71 The opportunity of adversity
72 The road to conflict-free minerals
73 Rosetta's comet sings a mysterious 'song'
74 The TheTechNewsBlog Daily
75 The first touch-sensitive LCD basketball court in the world is awesome
76 Finally, Science Explains Why No One Can Lift Thor's Hammer | WIRED
77 FBI's "Suicide Letter" to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Dangers of Unchecked Surveillance
78 Rosetta's ultimate mission: Landing on a comet
79 Location Technology Startup SocialRadar Buys Gridskippr, Rolls Out SDK
80 Spending On Native Advertising Is Soaring As Marketers And Digital Media Publishers Realize The Benefits
81 Hey, 'Serial' listeners: MailChimp embraced that 'MailKimp' meme
82 1890: Victorian burlesque dancers and their elaborate costumes
83 Half a million secrets
84 Learning circuits and programming with the Geek Squad
85 Sony is screwing up Spider-Man
86 Getting to the Bottom of Kim Kardashian's Alien Appeal | VICE | United States
87 How Jessica Alba Proved Her Doubters Wrong
88 Nintendo's new 2DS designs are straight out of the '90s
89 Chinese Programmer Sticks Windows 95 On An iPhone 6 Plus
90 Internet-connected battery turns your old smoke detector into a smart one
91 Flat Design, Round Back | WIRED
92 First Round-backed Blue Apron now makes $10M per month selling meals to lazy home chefs
93 Inside the first augmented reality-powered beauty book
94 9 Things Drivers Need to Stop Saying in the Bikes vs. Cars Debate | WIRED
95 Europe’s Google Antitrust Decision Delayed — Again!
96 The intriguing sound of marine mammals