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Finally, you can own a 'Star Trek' communicator for just $99 - CNET

The Onyx from OnBeep is like a walkie talkie without geographical limitations, making communication possible with anyone, anywhere in the galaxy where there's a data connection.

Baby sea otter learning to swim is the real sports hero

An abandoned baby sea otter learning to swim is the cutest thing you'll see all day/week/month/year/ever.

How Building a Black Hole for Interstellar Led to an Amazing Scientific Discovery | WIRED

Kip Thorne looks into the black hole he helped create and thinks, “Why, of course. That's what it would do.” This particular black hole is a simulation of unprecedented accuracy. It appears to spin at nearly the speed of light, dragging bits of the universe along with it. (That's gravity for you; relativity is superweird.) In theory it was once a star, but instead of fading or exploding, it collapsed like a failed soufflé into a tiny point of inescapable singularity. A glowing ring orbiting the spheroidal maelstrom seems to curve over the top and below the bottom simultaneously.

Carrie Underwood pokes fun at Taylor Swift for leaving country music

Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley hosted the Country Music Awards Wednesday and poked fun at Taylor Swift's transition to pop music.

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Marvel is forcing Google to turn over the leaker of the 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' trailer

Marvel asked for information on pseudonymous user "John Gazelle," who uploaded a version of the trailer to Google Drive. The judge agreed, telling Google to fork over the IP address of the person who uploaded the leaked file to Drive, as well as the IP addresses associated with the person's Google+ and YouTube accounts. On November 18, Google will have to appear in court with that information.

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Arrow: "The Secret Origin of Felicity Smoak" Review - IGN

This episode was definitely a great vehicle for Emily Bett Rickards to strut her stuff. Ollie, Diggle, and Roy might be well-equipped to battle super-soldiers and mercenaries, but they can’t do much when a hacker extraordinaire shows up in town, cuts all power, and threatens to reenact the finale of Fight Club all over the city. Only Felicity and her impossibly speedy and effective hacker ways can save the day, and only after she has the opportunity to work through some demons. It was definitely a fun change of pace to see Felicity taking point in the conflict and using Ollie and friends as her muscle.

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Joyent open-sources its core technology

Significantly, the modern and flexible MPLv2 (Mozilla Public License version 2) is the copyright license for the code. This means Joyent play well both with GPL projects -- MPLv2 is explicitly compatible with the GPL -- and as part of proprietary projects. It also allows the company to avoid any form of contributor agreement by including an explicit warrant of original work and a mechanism to upgrade the license without accumulating copyright. Cantrill is known for his sharp criticisms of corporate vaporware relating to open source, so it's no surprise to see the source code for both projects is already  public on GitHub .

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American Horror Story: Freak Show - "Pink Cupcakes" Review - IGN

Well, the honor went to White Collar's Matt Bomer, who guested here as a (very hard to kill) gay prostitute named Andy who fell to Dandy's new American Psycho/Dexter "U.S. Steel of Murder" persona. Basically, channeling all of his narcissism toward a new mission to be an unstoppable killing machine. And just when I was wondering if this new identity left little room for Twisty's mask, Dandy whipped it out during that freaky "let's get naked and then turn around to face each other moment" in the school bus. No, he couldn't ditch the mask. Twisty had taught him his true purpose. Something we discovered through Dandy's new line of narration.

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Microsoft makes more Office features free on iPads

SEATTLE (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp on Thursday said users of its Office suite of applications on Apple Inc's iPad would be able to create and edit documents for free instead of paying for a subscription, in a bid to capture more mobile users.

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Tech jobs: Minorities have degrees, but don't get hired

Tech jobs: Minorities have degrees, but don't get hired A common refrain from tech companies about their woeful staff diversity figures is that there simply aren't enough African American and Hispanic programmers to fill the demand. The numbers don't support them. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1xFPmhr

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Ultimate NES Remix includes Famicom Remix, Speed Mario Bros. modes

Nintendo announced additional features it has planned for the upcoming Ultimate NES Remix for the Nintendo 3DS, including a super-speed take on Super Mario Bros. Ultimate NES Remix includes a new "Famicom Remix" mode that features challenges previously exclusive to the Japanese versions of NES Remix and NES Remix 2 for the Wii U. Speed Mario Bros. is also new to the collection, offering a complete version of the 8-bit classic Super Mario Bros . that plays at double its normal speed. Ultimate NES Remix hits retail and the 3DS eShop on December 5.

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Nexus 9 deep-dive review: Bigger, but not necessarily better

So the Nexus 9 is very much an in-betweener: It's small enough to be manageable but large enough to feel like a meaningful step up in screen space from even a plus-sized phone. At 15 oz. -- just under 1 lb. -- the tablet is somewhat on the heavy side, but it's reasonably comfortable to hold with two hands. I find myself propping it up with a pillow more often than not; it's definitely not the kind of device you'd use with a single hand or want to hold in the air unsupported for long.

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Because You're Worth It: See The History Of L'Oréal In Under 3 Minutes

Everyone knows that L'Oreal makes makeup. But did you know that the world's biggest beauty brand also created the first sunscreen? How about that Pablo Picasso's daughter, Paloma, was once the face of the company? And you'll never guess who wrote one of history's most memorable tag lines. Find out the answer to that and much more in the above video, this week's Brand Evolution .

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Apple Blocks Chinese iPhone Hacks

Getting malware onto iPhones traditionally has been difficult because of the way Apple walls off software running on the device. Usually, users install can non-Apple software on an iPhone only if it is authorized by Apple and downloaded through the company’s App Store.

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Alleged operator of Silk Road 2.0 arrested, faces narcotics charges

Blake Benthall, 26, was arrested Wednesday in San Francisco and will appear in court there Thursday, the U.S. Department of Justice said in a press release. Benthall has allegedly operated Silk Road 2.0 since December 2013, after U.S. law enforcement officials shut down the original Silk Road just weeks earlier.

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Channing Tatum rumored for role in Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight

For a project that was essentially cancelled at the start of this year, Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight seems to be rolling along at a rather quick pace just 10 months later. The latest update on the gritty western has actor Channing Tatum reportedly joining the cast in an unspecified, but significant role.

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Amazon Reveals the Echo, a Siri-Like Home Assistant That Doubles as a DJ

Shopping and to-do lists appear in the mobile apps that Amazon built for managing the Echo. At launch, there will be Fire OS and Android apps. Amazon says an iOS app is coming soon, but in the meantime, you can access the Echo through a Web browser on an iPhone or iPad. None of this means you can take the assistant on the road — there’s no voice command for the apps or website.

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Silk Road 2.0's allged owner arrested as drugs website shuttered by FBI

Blake Benthall was arrested in San Francisco on Wednesday on federal charges related to his allegedly running Silk Road 2.0, an online market designed to let people buy and sell illegal drugs and other unlawful goods and services anonymously, said the United States attorney’s office for the southern district of New York.

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Slated iOS 8 Keyboard Translates Your Text Messages To Other Languages In Real Time

The Slated app can translate between 81 languages, and will show you your evolving translation below the text entry bar as you type. The keyboard itself is basically a mirror of the stock iOS keyboard, minus the autocorrect and suggestion functions, so that should help lower the adjustment barrier for new users. The app also translates backwards so that you can understand the other side of the conversation: All you need to do is tap and hold any message in the conversation window, then hit “copy” to see the translation appear in the same window below the text entry bar where your own translations show up.

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Mobile Fashion App Strut Is Like Tinder For Discovering And Sharing New Outfits

Strut is centered around the idea of helping users discover new apparel via mobile that they might want to buy. It does this by presenting them with 50 new pieces of clothing each morning, with a Tinder-like mechanism for swiping left on items they don’t like and swiping right on those they do.

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Keep tabs on how often you check your phone with Checky - CNET

When you launch Checky for the first time, it will ask you to allow the app to use location data so it can accurately track your phone usage. You then just need to let the app run in the background and let it count the number of times you check your phone. I worried that Checky might be a drain on my battery, but its battery usage was small a percentage -- between 1 percent to 5 percent -- of my overall usage.

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King Digital third-quarter profit drops but beats estimates

The company, which went public in March, reported revenue of $514.4 million for the third quarter, down from $621.2 million in revenue a year ago. But the figure topped analysts' expectations of $495 million, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.

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Amazon’s same-day delivery service launches in Canada

But before you vacate this page to embark on a frenzied wallet-draining shopping spree over at Amazon.ca, be aware that you’ll have to pay for the privilege. That’s right, to have your order delivered to a Toronto or Vancouver address in super-fast time, you’ll have to cough up CDN$11.99 per shipment, plus another CDN$1.99 per item contained in that shipment. Of course, Prime members will pay considerably less – CDN$6.99 to be exact, with no extra per-item fee to think about.

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Feet-On With Boosted Boards’ New Faster And Cheaper Electric Skateboards

The real question, though, is whether Boosted will stick just to the skateboard market. No matter how stable the deck or smooth the acceleration, some people just aren’t comfortable riding something standing sideways with no straps and nothing to hold on to. When I asked Boosted Boards’ CEO if the company will branch out to other vehicles like scooters, Dastoor told me it’ll only do it if the the style and portability found in its original project can be maintained. He did admit that his startup could build a badass electric bicycle, and the team has been thinking a lot about that. But it will be tough to beat the Boosted Board’s zen-like breathing motion of carving back and forth across cement like it was snow…while going uphill.

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I Can't Believe How Great Android Lollipop Is So Far

And also, of course, the whole thing is damn beautiful. Like, the most beautiful operating system I have ever seen. Windows Phone is a different, more minimalist flavor that's pretty in its own way, but iOS 8 isn't even close. Part of it is the animations and style that are built into the very skeleton of Android now. The way notification cards subtly "bounce" as you expand them and pull down on them. The way the app drawer button sort of explodes out into the app drawer. The simple act of touching things to select them generates this nice little wavey animation that's pleasant, but subtle. Google's big pitch for Material Design—a screen full of cards and other layered, almost physical objects that just feel like they're moving around—is wonderful in motion.

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10 IBM Watson-Powered Apps That Are Changing Our World

IBM is investing $1 billion in its IBM Watson Group with the aim of creating an ecosystem of startups and businesses building cognitive computing applications with Watson. Here are 10 examples that are making an impact.

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Palo Alto Networks Discovers New Malware Targeted at Apple Devices

Palo Alto Networks has discovered a new family of malware that can infect Apple’s desktop and mobile operating systems, underscoring the increasing sophistication of attacks on iPhones and Mac computers.

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Kik Introduces Promoted Chats To Let Brands On Its Messaging App And Finally Make Money

The new Kik feature is simple. A range of companies take up official accounts on the service — Kik says there are initially 25 across fashion, retail, non-profit and more — which can be used to converse with users who opt in to follow them. Replying to large numbers of people manually isn’t possible, so Kik has introduced ‘Keywords’, a feature that lets brand accounts create stock responses based on ‘trigger’ words in chats from users following them.

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Mark Zuckerberg's AMA: Messaging app, his favorite unreleased features and Social Network movie - The Next Web

“I kinda blocked that one out. It was a very interesting experience that was supposedly about my life. The reality is that, writing a code and building a product is not that exciting,” he said. Zuckerberg also said the filmmakers went out of their way in the movie to get interesting details correct like the office space, but other items, not so much. “They just kind of made up a bunch of stuff that I found hurtful”

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Wearables Are Totally Failing the People Who Need Them Most | WIRED

It’s a shame because the people who could most benefit from this technology—the old, the chronically ill, the poor—are being ignored. Indeed, companies seem more interested in helping the affluent and tech-savvy sculpt their abs and run 5Ks than navigating the labyrinthine world of the FDA, HIPAA, and the other alphabet soup bureaucracies. This may be their own undoing, as there is a very real—and potentially lucrative—potential to shake up the healthcare system and frack the $2 trillion annual cost of chronic disease.

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Meekan Raises $870,000 To Connect The World’s Calendars

With the plethora of calendar and scheduling products already on the market, how does Meekan plan to stand apart? Lior Yavor, the co-founder and CEO of Meekan says that the startup does not plan to make yet another calendar app. Instead, its approach is to connect different calendars, regardless of what calendar is being used or if a meeting was scheduled on a website or through a mobile app.

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30-Player Grand Theft Auto Online Events Are Madness - IGN

Take the 30-player “Sandy Shores Race” out in Blaine County. It was Sanchez dirt bikes only, and the match host had it locked so that everyone had to race from the first-person perspective (the host can also force third-person view, or give players a choice). Through my helmet and goggles – any vehicle that necessitates a helmet includes its own custom first-person view, with the Buzzard helicopter’s being perhaps the coolest – I saw two dozen riders in front of me, all kicking up dust into my face as we sped away from the starting line. I was just getting a good feel for the high-speed racing from such an intense perspective (thanks for training me for this moment, Forza Motorsport series!), when WHAM! – I was rammed from behind by a Rockstar tester who’d decided to go for the win, sportsmanship be damned. This is GTA, after all…

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Blackstone Backs Cybersecurity Merger

Private-equity giant Blackstone Group is backing a merger between two closely held cybersecurity companies, the firms said Wednesday, in the latest sign that Wall Street sees money to be made in the millions lost to cyberattacks.

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Facebook Data Requests From Law Enforcement Are Increasing

Of note: Government requests for data and content restrictions are up considerably—24%—since the latter half of 2013. Governments around the world submitted 34,946 requests for data, each of which can include multiple accounts at a time. "As we’ve said before, we scrutinize every government request we receive for legal sufficiency under our terms and the strict letter of the law," writes Chris Sonderby , Facebook deputy general counsel, "and push back hard when we find deficiencies or are served with overly broad requests."

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Amazon's Echo Might Be Its Most Important Product In Years

Echo, ostensibly a speaker, is a deceptively boring-looking little tube, as though Amazon's designers took an old Kindle and rolled it into a cylinder, plugging its unremarkable guts with intelligent software that talks to you. You say Echo's "wake word" to wake it up—beginning what Amazon hopes will be a life-long (or at least, model life-long) friendship. Want to know the news? Echo streams it. Need someone to settle a bet? Echo calls up whatever information you need. Need something added to your shopping list? Echo—and Amazon—would be happy to oblige.

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Aereo imposes large lay-offs, but streaming TV service is not shutting down

Aereo does have two slivers of hope. One is the latest court ruling , which imposed a national injunction of Aereo operating as a TV service, but refused to grant the broadcasters’ demand to also shut it down as a DVR service. Instead, the judge has said she will take a closer look at whether Aereo can avoid copyright liability if its service lets consumers record and play TV after a certain period of time (the Supreme Court said Aereo could not let consumers instantly retransmit live TV, but did not rule on the DVR question).

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5 Comics You Should Be Reading Right Now | WIRED

It’s not always easy figuring out what comics to read. So let’s keep it simple: If you’re only going to pick up a couple of titles right now, here are a handful that are worth your time and money. Of course, there’s absolutely no way to cover every comic, so consider this a monthly sampler—and leave your own suggestions in the comments.

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Last chance to enter to win an iPhone 6 [Deals] | Cult of Mac

Entering The Epic iPhone 6 Giveaway is easy. Just register your email address at the Cult of Mac Deals page and enter. You can increase your chances of winning by earning additional entries when you share the contest on Facebook and Twitter!

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4 Awesome Hardware Startups

Hardware startups are on the rise. Sure, it’s tougher to produce than software, but when a team is done, there’s something tangible that can be put on a table, mounted on a wall or shoved in a pocket.

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The team that created Kafka is leaving LinkedIn to build a company around it

A trio of LinkedIn engineers, led by Jay Kreps, is taking the Apache Kafka technology they helped create commercial. Their new company, called Confluent, wants to enable real-time data processing in all sorts of companies, and is backed by Benchmark, LinkedIn and Data Collective.

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A New Malware Bug Infects IPhones Through A USB Connection

Now there's good and bad news. The good news: The bug is largely contained to China, where it has been spotted infecting 467 OS X applications available through the Maiyadi App Store, a third-party Mac application hub popular in the country. Download the infected Mac app, plug in your iPhone, and not-good things happen.

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3 Ways To Be Happier At Work

There’s a common assumption, he says, that you will be happy when you are successful. But the reverse is actually true, and not just anecdotally. Hard neurological science supports the idea that happy people have more capacity to succeed. And beyond that, that happiness is not a genetic mandate, or a product of circumstance. It’s a choice. Here, Crabtree boils this choice down into three opportunities for change that can make people happier. As an employee, a manager, and a founder, these opportunities are also the building blocks of high performance.

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Operator of Silk Road 2.0 Website Charged in Manhattan Federal Court

In November 2013, approximately five weeks after the Government shut down Silk Road and arrested Ulbricht, Silk Road 2.0 was launched. Designed to fill the void left by the Government’s seizure of Silk Road, Silk Road 2.0 was virtually identical to the original Silk Road website in the way it appeared and functioned. In particular, like its predecessor, Silk Road 2.0 operated exclusively on the “Tor” network and required all transactions to be paid for in Bitcoins in order to preserve its users’ anonymity and evade detection by law enforcement. Likewise, the offerings on Silk Road 2.0 consisted overwhelmingly of illegal drugs, which were openly advertised as such on the site. As of October 17, 2014, Silk Road 2.0 had over 13,000 listings for controlled substances, including, among others, 1,783 listings for “Psychedelics,” 1,697 listings for “Ecstasy,” 1,707 listings for “Cannabis,” and 379 listings for “Opioids.” Besides illegal narcotics, other illicit goods and services were openly advertised for sale on Silk Road 2.

40 Silk Road 2.0's alleged owner arrested as drugs website shuttered by FBI

Blake Benthall was arrested in San Francisco on Wednesday on federal charges related to his allegedly running Silk Road 2.0, an online market designed to let people buy and sell illegal drugs and other unlawful goods and services anonymously, said the United States attorney’s office for the southern district of New York.

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Social media and breaking news: Why authenticity trumps authority almost every time

At this point, all they want is information — as much as possible, and from someone who is as close to whatever is happening as they can get, regardless of whether they meet some objective definition of “journalist.” They want photos and videos and real-time updates; in other words, immediacy. Whether that information is 100-percent reliable or fact-checked by a media entity is effectively irrelevant. They want the authenticity that comes with being there, and they want to feel an emotional connection to the person sharing that information.

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How Showing Vulnerability Makes You A Better Leader

For Linda Rottenberg , CEO of Endeavor , a nonprofit organization supporting high-impact entrepreneurs in emerging markets, vulnerability wasn’t a choice. Her husband was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer just as Endeavor was rapidly expanding. In her book, Crazy is a Compliment: The Power of Zigging When Everyone Else Zags , Rottenberg describes how she let down her guard and informed Endeavor’s board about her family’s situation. “Rather than freak teammates out and distance me from them,” she writes, “my vulnerability drew us closer. And it changed me as a leader. By showing my true self, by revealing that I needed other people, by communicating through every meeting, email, and, yes, the occasional tear that I wasn’t invincible, I allowed people—especially employees—to relate to me as they never had before. By indicating that I needed help, I received it in ways I never would have otherwise.”

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Opera Mini 9 browser squeezes video down to size for iOS - CNET

Opera Software's newest browser for Apple's mobile OS incorporates a data-compression feature to cut down on video problems. It's also tuned for new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus screens.

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How One Experimental Drug May Be Defeating Ebola and Saving People | WIRED

Since the worst Ebola outbreak on record ignited last December in West Africa, scientists have been racing to develop drugs and vaccines to combat the virus. Several experimental drugs have been given to patients, and a new study details how scientists think one of those drugs might neutralize the virus.

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Jaguar joins the Bloodhound gang planning to break the land speed record

The first attempt at breaking the world land speed with this speed demon will take place a year from now, it has just been announced , and Jaguar is joining the development project as an Innovation Partner. The British car marque is understandably keen to associate itself with the enormous power and performance of the Bloodhound project, and its participation also indicates a high degree of confidence that the Bloodhound SSC will achieve its stated goals. Jaguar's first contribution has been to provide an All-Wheel Drive F-Type R Coupé to test the communications systems that will be used during the world record attempts next year and beyond.

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After a false start and bug fix, Google back on track to deliver Android 5.0 to your Nexus

Google announced the start of its Android 5.0 rollout to Nexus devices on Monday but it hasn’t happened yet. A Wi-Fi bug on the Nexus 5 may be the culprit. Now that it’s fixed, the software could start flowing.

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Watch a drone take off from a flying aircraft carrier

The Avengers would be proud . Not content with simply flying drones, enthusiasts at Flite Test have built a remote-controlled helicarrier that can serve as a runway for smaller unmanned aircraft -- yes, it's a drone launching other drones. The example you see in the brief video below is crude and won't handle more than modestly-sized vehicles, but it's enough to show that the concept works. It's easy to see well-heeled hobbyists (and the military , for that matter) refining the concept to boost the maximum altitudes and ranges of robotic vehicles that would normally have to take off from terra firma .

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The IT Freelance Economy is Growing, But Not at Large Firms

The type of company you work for may have a lot to do with whether you're hired as a full-time employee or a contract or contingent worker.

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SF Engineer Dan Ha Has Been Missing Since Halloween Night | TechCrunch

Ha reportedly left work at 2 p.m. on Thursday and then emailed in sick at 10 a.m. Friday morning. The last anyone has seen or heard from him was the night of Halloween, when his roommate saw him rushing out of the house with a wallet and no bags, wearing a red hoodie. Ha lives in the SOMA district, near Brannan and 8th St.

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Microsoft Doubles Down On Office For Tablets | TechCrunch

Microsoft is also loosening the rules on how Office’s mobile apps can be used. When Office was initially released for iPad, the company had very strict rules on who could use its editing tools — if you were not an Office 365 subscriber, the apps were limited. Now, Office will be up for basic “authoring” and “editing” by anyone, according to the firm, regardless of whether a user is a paying Office 365 customer or not.

51 One Way To Get More Millennials To Vote? Free Beer
52 10 Ideas That Are About To Revolutionize Medicine
53 Android 5.0 Lollipop Is Guzzling Battery on Some Phones
54 Home Depot says 53 million more email addresses stolen
55 Office for Android tablets preview kicks off, no Office 365 subscription required
56 Stolen Jennifer Lawrence pics the subject of Capital Hill debate - CNET
57 Apple activates iCloud Photos image uploads for iCloud.com beta users
58 TechCrunch
59 The $9 Billion Witness: Meet JPMorgan Chase's Worst Nightmare
60 Redirecting
61 Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine’s School for Innovation
62 Lytro Hits Up The Enterprise With The Introduction Of The Lytro Platform And Dev Kit
63 OperationSAFE is on JustCoz!
64 Please And Carrots Debuts Subscription-Based Toys, Expert Advice For New Parents
65 Showpad Closes Additional $8.5M For Its Mobile-First Software To Enable Sales Reps To Be More Productive
66 The clues to a great story
67 Automattic Buys UK’s Code For The People To Build Out Its WordPress VIP Enterprise Business
68 Reedsy Launches Its Marketplace For Indie Authors To Unbundle Traditional Publishing Houses | TechCrunch
69 The TheTechNewsBlog Daily
70 Tech pioneer Ken Coleman talks diversity
71 How should we talk about mental health?
72 Bionic Bird Is An App-Controlled Drone That Flies Like A Flappy Bird | TechCrunch
73 The First Drone-Shot Porn Will Delight Your Eyes
74 Alaskans vote to legalize marijuana
75 Microsoft CEO Announces He Can Be Mostly Gay by Q2 2015
76 10 Pro Tips for Writers Using Social Media
77 Before I die I want to...
78 Big Data Taking Industries by Storm
79 Chiaro Reboots The Pelvic Floor Exerciser As A Sleek Connected Wearable Called Elvie | TechCrunch
80 How E-Commerce Is Finally Disrupting The Massive $600 Billion Grocery Industry [SLIDE DECK]
81 Los Angeles art museum receives $500 million in rare paintings
82 Microsoft had to blindfold me so I could hear the future
83 Some comedic genius photobombed Kim Jong-un and nobody noticed
84 HTC Re camera review - CNET
85 How a TV show from the '80s shaped today's leisure cruise industry
86 Driving Conversations: Yves Behar and Jaime Derringer discuss design
87 The first photograph of a human being
88 90-Year-Old Hero Busted Twice in One Week for Feeding Homeless
89 Coolest jobs in tech (literally): running a South Pole data center
90 Meet the Mysterious Creator of Rumor-Debunking Site Snopes.com
91 Slake Your Undying "Game of Thrones" Thirst With HBO’s Newest Brew, Three-Eyed Raven
92 5 trends up for discussion at the 2014 Media Summit
93 NASA rocket experiment redefines how we think of galaxies - CNET
94 Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine’s School for Innovation
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96 IBM Reboots Its Research to Focus on Cognitive Computing | MIT Technology Review