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Inside the Firewall: Tracking the News That China Blocks

The most accurate test of censorship is conducted inside the censoring country, but doing so comes with a variety of risks. Continual attempts to visit blocked sites are detectable by the local authorities, and can therefore be dangerous political activity. ProPublica has spent the last year attempting to perfect a way to test censorship around the world using computers inside each censoring country. We have not yet found a testing method that would ensure participants’ safety, though we continue to look for a solution. In the meantime, we’re using the GreatFire service already available inside China.

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BlackBerry officially launches the Classic, a smartphone for yesterday

The Classic has a square, 720 x 720 pixel, 3.5-inch touchscreen perched above the keyboard and navigation keys. It's a bit smaller than the 4.5-inch screen on the Passport, and much smaller than the average smartphone's display, but it makes it possible to use the Classic in one hand and still have the physical QWERTY keyboard. The phone is powered by an aging dual-core Qualcomm processor from 2012 paired with 2GB of RAM. That likely won't cut it for modern mobile gaming, but it should be fine for plowing through thousands of emails a day, which is what BlackBerry expects Classic users to do. There's an 8-megapixel camera on the back of the phone, with a 2-megapixel unit on the front.

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Netflix says offline viewing 'is never going to happen'

It's a lovely sentiment, but it also seems like wishful thinking. Currently, most in-flight Wi-Fi on U.S. airlines is too slow for streaming video and doesn't work on transatlantic flights. While some airlines are starting to switch to faster satellite connections that work over water, it's unclear whether these connections will be the norm by the end of the decade, or how they'll even hold up if every passenger starts using them to stream Netflix.

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84% Off Lifetime Access to Over 5,000 Adobe Training Videos

If you’re looking to get into graphic design or front-end Web development, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better online training course to round out your skill set.

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Obama to Announce Easing in U.S.-Cuba Relations

The White House announced the steps after Cuba released Gross on humanitarian grounds. Following high-level talks between the governments since the spring, the U.S. and Cuba also made a parallel prisoner exchange of three Cuban intelligence agents for a U.S. intelligence asset who has been imprisoned for more than 20 years, according to administration officials who briefed reporters on condition of anonymity.

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No comment: Why news websites are ditching comment sections

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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Person of Interest: "The Cold War" Review - IGN

But while the episode built and built and built, it would appear the payoff for everything we saw in this chapter is right around the corner. Well, in January when the show returns. This week was all about the big peace talk/pow-wow/parley between the Machine and Samaritan, in which Samaritan used a weird, macabre little boy to do its talking while Root sat in for her team. And in order to get the Machine to agree to a sit-down, Samaritan had to run an extreme nurture/nature gambit on the city in order to show its competing "God" just how much it can influence the day-today well being of New Yorkers. It can turn the place into a paradise or send it spiraling into chaos.

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How to create an iPhoto holiday slideshow

But within this chooser you can modify the slideshow. For example, you might want music other than Vince Guaraldi—great as that is. You do that by clicking on the Music tab. You can also choose how long each slide will play. This is done within the Settings tab, where you can also choose different transitions. Once you’re happy with your slideshow you can then export it using the Export command found in the File menu.

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Work In A Windowless Office? This Gadget Will Give You Natural Light

Spending time in natural light makes us happier, more productive, and less stressed. But if you work in a cubicle, or live in a dimly lit apartment, you don't have to be destined to a lifetime of artificial lighting. A new gadget makes it possible to bring sunlight from a distant window directly to your gloomy desk or sofa.

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Snapchat Secretly Bought A Cooler, Cheaper Google Glass Competitor

Vergence Labs has a subsidiary called Epiphany Eyewear that makes smart eyeglasses. They start at $300 a pair. The frames don't pack as many features as Google Glass, but they have the advantage of looking more like average spectacles. They have the ability to record and share HD video directly to the cloud, and their creators originally envisioned them being used on things like ski slopes. Or—perhaps pertinent to Snapchat's interests— at the club .

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Rumored Twitter-Foursquare partnership shows Yik Yak is a threat

It was hard to tell from the Analyst Call, where a ton of product previews were dumped, how much Twitter was prioritizing this feature. But if it’s working alongside Foursquare to introduce it as early as January – March 2015, it’s clear this matters. It will be one of the biggest changes to Twitter’s product since its inception. And if users adopt it, it could pose significant problems for Yik Yak.

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Apple suspends online sales in Russia due to ruble fluctuations

AS of the time of this writing, the official Apple online Store in Russia is down, with the typical “We’ll be back!” note in place that goes up when the Apple online Store goes down for whatever reason. Additionally, it is unknown at this point just how long the store will be down as Apple reviews its pricing.

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Airbnb Invents a Call Center That Isn't Hell to Work At | WIRED

Airbnb’s virtual “concierge” team is growing rapidly—along with the rest of the company—which is why the company is opening its first standalone CX center in the United States in Portland, Oregon (they have one in Dublin, Ireland). For the 250 initial Airbnb staffers who will work there, this growth can cause anxiety: “There’s this sense of the homogenous corporate landscape, and a deep fear of living in it and losing individuality,” says Aaron Harvey, who leads Airbnb’s internal environments design team with Rachael Yu.

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Cubans say 'meh' to historic diplomatic deal

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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Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel on being hacked: "It's not okay that people steal our secrets"

One of the least expected companies to take collateral damage in the epic Sony Pictures hack has been Snapchat. CEO Evan Spiegel regularly trades emails with Sony Pictures CEO Michael Lynton, who sits on Snapchat's board, and the revelations from the pair's emails have been spilling out all week. Among them: the company secretly bought a company  that makes a Google Glass-like product ; it's actively pursuing  plans to insert music into the app ; and the company turned down  a bigger offer from Facebook than the $3 billion originally reported. But there are other revelations in there, too: that Chinese internet company Tencent  felt insulted by him during fundraising negotiations, for example, and that he and his co-founder sought to take $40 million for themselves during a fundraising round.

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Apple Halts Online Sales in Russia Due to Seesawing Rouble

The wildly fluctuating worth of the Russian rouble currency has lead iPhone makers Apple to halt online sales in the country, as the tech giant cannot set stable prices for its wares.

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Fleksy 5.0 Introduces Extensions, a Customizable Input Feature

Beloved third-party keyboard app Fleksy today launched its 5.0 update that introduces Extensions, a new feature that allows you to customize your input options. For example, you can select to have a GIF extension, a number bar up top and color effects while typing – or any combination of features Fleksy currently offers .

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Incredible Photos Make Nighttime Look Like Day

While taking his photographs, Almond keeps the shutter open for a quarter of an hour, letting his camera soak up the moonlight and reveal details of darkened scenes the human eye cannot usually see. "With long exposures, you can never see what you are shooting," Almond, who was nominated for the 2005 Turner Prize, says in the book. "But you are giving the landscape longer to express itself." This long exposure time means the mountains, rivers, meadows, and canyons are illuminated almost as in daybreak, but the silvery lunar light is cooler than the sun's, and lends the images a wistful, mystical air. Star lines are visible across the sky in his shot of El Capitan, a vertical rock formation at Yosemite National Park; ghostly mist shrouds tiny islands in the Pacific Ocean; a nocturnal rainbow appears in a fairytale-like shot of a waterfall in Brazil.

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ICANN e-mail accounts, zone database breached in spearphishing attack

It's not immediately clear exactly how sensitive the remaining data exposed in the breach was. Depending on the roles of the ICANN employees who were compromised, information may have involved non-public plans for new top-level domains or other confidential details concerning the Internet's address system. The remaining systems that were breached seem to be relatively modest. ICANN's site describes the breached zone data system as a "centralized access point for interested parties to request access to the Zone Files provided by participating Top Level Domains." A list of frequently asked questions on ICANN's website called it "ICANN’s solution for scaling zone data provision as hundreds of new gTLDs are added to the Internet." HD Moore, chief research officer at Rapid7, told Ars the system stores mostly public information concerning technical details registries used to make sure the gTLDs they control are Internet accessible.

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Facebook has started automatically enhancing your mobile photos

Photos uploaded on Android phones will start being enhanced by default in the near future, but it sounds like the feature may stop there. Rather than bringing this to the desktop, Facebook seems to be most interested in improving its users' often poorly shot mobile photos. That makes this far less ambitious than what Google+ is doing, but it could still mean a big change for your feed. Nicer looking photos from your friends means a more enjoyable Facebook all around, so it's good news for everyone if Facebook's photo enhancer works.

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Sony hackers’ terror threat prompts top movie chains to pass on The Interview [UPDATED]

Sony Pictures has been the victim of an unprecedented criminal assault against our employees, our customers, and our business. Those who attacked us stole our intellectual property, private emails, and sensitive and proprietary material, and sought to destroy our spirit and our morale – all apparently to thwart the release of a movie they did not like. We are deeply saddened at this brazen effort to suppress the distribution of a movie, and in the process do damage to our company, our employees, and the American public. We stand by our filmmakers and their right to free expression and are extremely disappointed by this outcome.

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Our holiday lights are so bright, NASA can see them from space - CNET

I'm a lazy holiday decorator. I leave my Christmas lights up year-round and turn them on for holidays. When Thanksgiving arrives, those sparkly blue lights start to get a workout with a timer running them from dusk until dark. I'm not alone in my LED festiveness. Looking down from space, NASA has noticed a distinct holiday brightening effect in cities across the globe.

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Reddit bans users for sharing hacked Sony documents

The removal of SonyGOP has echoes of Reddit’s previous removal of the subreddit TheFappening, where Redditors congregated to share and discuss photos stolen from celebrities’ iCloud accounts. The subreddit was also bombarded with DMCA takedown notices, but the lack of a single authority with ownership of all the material meant that Reddit didn’t remove the whole subforum, instead policing it on a piecemeal basis.

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Todoist Arrives on Android Wear

Although the basic functionality here doesn’t necessarily exceed what you can already do with Todoist on your phone, the Android Wear support is convenient for a simple reason: you don’t have to pull out your phone when you’re busy. And when it comes to productivity, anything that makes getting things done easier with fewer distractions is a welcome change.

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12 Stylized Maps That Express The Beauty Of Cities

Above, you can see just 12 of the 483 maps he's put together so far. They're both an accurate reflection of the actual topography of places and impressionistic in what they depict. Labanowski says he decides what roads, railways, parks, and rivers to leave in and out based on what looks best.

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Local app developer Hyper IQ acquired by BuzzFeed

In an interview with The Verge , BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti said Hyper IQ "has really talented engineers who are doing great work, located in a city where there's a lot of great engineering talent. We think that we can provide really great opportunities for them to do really interesting work that they might not be able to do or find elsewhere. I think Minneapolis is an underrated tech town. There's a lot of really great engineers there."

27 Uber faces tough rivals, regulatory glare in China

"You have to do things differently in order to succeed here in China," Uber Chief Executive Travis Kalanick said in Beijing, making his first public appearance since a rape case involving a driver in India that resulted in an Uber ban in New Delhi. Kalanick declined to discuss the India situation or its impact on company policy in other markets like China.

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Netflix Exec Shoots Down Offline Viewing, Says Wi-Fi Everywhere Is The Better Solution

You’ll probably never be able to store your Netflix shows offline the way you can with your Spotify or Rdio music tracks, according to Netflix’s senior management. That’s not exactly surprising, but to hear from Cliff Edwards, Netflix’s Director of Corporate Communications speaking to TechRadar that “[i]t’s never going to happen” basically allows for no ambiguity.

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Payday 2 enlists its first woman gang member in new DLC

Payday 2 is an action-packed, four-player co-op shooter that once again lets gamers don the masks of the original Payday crew – Dallas, Hoxton, Wolf and Chains – as they descend on Washington D.C. for an epic crime spree. The new CRIMENET network offers a huge range of dynamic contracts and players are free to choose anything from small-time convenience store hits or kidnappings, to major league cyber-crime or emptying out major bank vaults for that epic PAYDAY. While in D.C., why not participate in the local community and run a few political errands? Up to four friends co-operate on the hits and as the crew progresses the jobs become bigger, better and more rewarding. Along with earning more money and becoming a legendary criminal comes a new character customization and crafting system that lets crews build and customize their own guns and gear.

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Netflix: offline viewing is 'never going to happen'

"We want our customers to be able to watch their digital videos on all devices, anywhere they are - that's why Prime Instant Video is the only U.S. video subscription service that enables offline viewing - on a plane, in a car, anywhere you want to go. Offline viewing is already available on Fire tablets and we'll continue to roll out this functionality to other devices in the future."

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New Nintendo products may use Sharp's wild 'free-form' displays

Nintendo and Sharp already have a supply relationship; the 3DS console uses a glasses-free 3D display provided by Sharp. The 3DS was first released in 2011, and the  latest version features a faster processor and eye-tracking technology to improve the 3D effect. With that model yet to see release in Europe or North America, a full-on successor is probably some way off; in any case, Kyodo's report says that mass production of the Free-Form Display is set to begin early 2016.

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20 of the Best Typefaces from November 2014

November brought us a month of diverse typefaces, from modern to classic, san-serif to serif, lightweight to heavy. Here’s our picks from the past month.

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After Xiaomi, OnePlus Faces Sales Ban in India

India certainly isn’t making it easy for consumers to get their hands on trending smartphones. The Delhi High Court has just issued an order that bans Chinese device manufacturer OnePlus from importing, marketing and selling its flagship device in the country, reports UnleashThePhones .

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It’s official: Sony caves to hacker threats, pulls The Interview

This is unbelievable. Shame, shame, shame on Sony. Hard to comprehend. Could be that the hackers are still in posession of even more incriminating unpublished documents, photos, screenplays, etc., kept as blackmail tools that could potentially cause the demise of Sony. Caving in will give an amazing edge to all the cybercriminals and terrorists around the world who are probably having an historical field day tonight. This is worst than Wikileaks. There’s another movie to be made with that outcome. Even more absurd than “The Interview”. Imagine a screenplay : A bunch of nerdy, pimpled, Red Bull slurping teenagers in some obscure deserted hangar, manage to accidentally hack a big Film Company and bring the world on the verge of WW III because of a dumbass movie featuring two stoners, making fun of North Korea ant its big idiot fat leader. There’s an emergency G20 meeting in Geneva and a decision is made to mandate a special Diplomatic envoy to North Korea : Dennis Rodman. He has to bring the two stoners with him a a gesture of International good faith and as collateral.

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Steve Carell Movie Cancelled Following Sony Hack - IGN

Based on a graphic novel by Guy DeLisle, Pyongyang was to be a "paranoid thriller" about a Westerner's experiences working in North Korea for a year. Gore Verbinski had been prepping to begin filming in March, according to TheWrap .

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Sprint faces federal lawsuit over illegal 'cramming' - CNET

On Tuesday, several news outlets reported that the FCC was close to announcing that Sprint would be fined $105 million over the cramming allegations. Ehrlich declined to comment on whether the FCC would take separate action or whether the FTC would file its own complaint against Sprint. He also declined to comment on whether the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau would bring similar lawsuits against other wireless operators for engaging in a similar practice.

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When Humans Become Gods – Ex Machina - IGN

Ex Machina is an intense psychological thriller in which Caleb (Domhnall Gleeson), a 24 year old coder at the world’s largest internet company, wins a competition to spend a week at a retreat belonging to the company’s reclusive CEO, Nathan (Oscar Isaac).  But when Caleb arrives he finds that he will have to participate in a fascinating experiment with the world’s first true artificial intelligence, housed in the body of a beautiful robot woman, Ava (Alicia Vikander). Truths, emotions and motives are blurred as the relationship between Caleb, Ava and Nathan intensifies.

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Google Drive Files Can Be Attached in Gmail as Files, Not Just Links

When Google first introduced the ability to attach files from Drive directly in Gmail, they originally only supported sharing links. Now, you can attach the files directly.

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Sony Pictures should release The Interview online. Immediately.

Almost from the beginning the hacks have been about stopping people from seeing the movie. It’s such a bizarre tactic that if the stakes were lower you’d almost think it was an elaborate PR stunt — the kind of thing that would fit right in with a story about a TV personality recruited to kill the leader of North Korea. But threats of physical violence can’t be taken lightly, not by theater owners worried about legal liabilities nor by Sony Pictures itself. This is a post-9/11, post-Aurora America, and frankly a movie premiere being attacked doesn’t sound all that implausible. So while it’s tempting to flip a jingoistic middle finger and chant "We won’t let the terrorists win!" the realities of huge corporations looking out for their own best interests is another matter.

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Why You Need Antivirus Software

These days, " antivirus " is just a word for a tool that protects your data and your PC against viruses, Trojans, botnets, rootkits, rogue security software, ransomware, and all types of malicious software. Actual viruses are the least of your worries, since they lay low to avoid detection.

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Broadcasters try to block Aereo asset sale, $90M tax transfer

In its Sale Motion, Aereo notes that it has a “so-called net loss carryover for Federal tax purposes of approximately $90 million to $100 million.” (Sale Motion ¶16.) Aereo describes this “tax attribute” as an “asset that some parties would find of significant value in connection with a reorganization or other transaction that would preserve the future use of that attribute under applicable law.” (Id.). Thus, Aereo’s proposed sale process appears to be designed in a way that will allow the insiders to retain control of the company and to take advantage of the net loss carryover.

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Baidu, Maker Of China’s Largest Search Engine, Confirms Its Strategic Investment In Uber

The deal will also allow Uber to take advantage of Baidu’s app distribution channels, which include 91 Wireless , which it purchased for $1.9 billion last year. This is important because Google Play isn’t available in China and 91 Wireless runs some of the largest alternative app stores in the country. Baidu claims it is currently China’s largest mobile app distribution platform, and distributed an average of 160 million apps per day.

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IBM detects skin cancer more quickly with visual machine learning

Skin cancer can be detected more quickly and accurately by using cognitive computing-based visual analytics, researchers at IBM Research have found, in collaboration with New York's Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

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External traffic to Spanish news sites plummets after Google move

Josh Schwartz, the chief data scientist at Chartbeat, said the company doesn’t track every Spanish news site or publisher, but it has enough data on them as a group to indicate just how dramatic the traffic decline was. The service tracks about 50 sites, he said, ranging from small media outlets to the largest newspaper publishers, and looking at the data shows “a pretty massive difference” in traffic compared to a similar day before the removal. On average the drop is between 10 and 15 percent (Chartbeat only includes traffic from clients who have consented to have their anonymized data used).

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Netflix now on Dish’s Hopper in first big pay-TV partnership

It’s not clear from your report – will each DISH subscriber need to be a Netflix Member (and pay a separate $10 subscription) or will Netflix receive comp directly from DISH in the same way that HBO and other premium channels are paid? If it’s the former – it’s not a big deal and hardly worth reporting. If it’s the latter – now that gets interesting.

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Snapchat Acquired QR Scan.me For $50M And Vergence Eyeglass Cam For $15M, Plans Music Feature

Other information contained in the emails includes that fact that Snapchat has recently been working on a music feature, and CEO Evan Spiegel has grand aspirations to promote artists through his app and capitalize on their success. Snapchat negotiated with Vevo for a feature that sounds like it would bring music video viewing inside Snapchat in August, but hit a snag over the revenue sharing on advertising. Valleywag reported earlier today that emails indicate the acquisition deal from Facebook that Snapchat turned down was more than $3 billion.

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Foodpanda Bulks Up In Europe, Buys Food Delivery Outfits in Hungary And The Balkans

FoodPanda is an online food delivery portal that enables customers to order food from the best restaurants and get it delivered to their homes. With an extensive roaster of 1000 restaurants available in 5 cities: Ho Chi Minh, Hanoi, Nha Trang or Da Nang, to name a few, foodpanda is a one-stop food delivery service for all. FoodPanda enables customers to order food from popular international chains …

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Sony concept eyewear tech turns your existing specs into smartglasses - CNET

The attachable system, which Sony dubs the Single-Lens Display Module, looks a little chunky, but packs some intriguing tech. Attaching to eyewear, the compartment on the wearer's right features a control board including a processor and Bluetooth tech, which is attached to an OLED microdisplay that beams a picture onto your glasses via an optical unit.

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Tell the Time with This Twitter-powered Clock

Wonder how the rest of the world feels at this time of day? A new browser-based clock shows you the time by displaying tweets that mention the current hour and minute.

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Facebook Launches Sticker Search To Find a Perfect Reaction

Facebook might be still figuring out how to build a dislike button, but today it’s launched sticker search so you can find the best reaction for your conversation.

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74 Sean Parker Pledges $24 Million Toward A Stanford Allergy Research Center In His Name
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