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1
Infamous: Second Son Review - IGN

Infamous: Second Son is, in many ways, a large step away from the comic-book roots of its predecessors. Don't misunderstand – Second Son is very much an open-world superhero action game first, and an excellent one at that. Its flashy powers look and feel great in battle, and that’s really what  games like this are all about. But I didn't expect to enjoy the weightier, more realistic tone of the characters as much as I do. It’s a change that initially surprised me as fan of the franchise, but one that ultimately pays off. Despite failing to believably marry the player's moral choices with the protagonist's own sense of right and wrong, Second Son hits some big high notes in both character interaction, and most importantly, open-world gameplay.

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Why is Syria launching a space program during a civil war?

"Syria's interest in a space agency may be practical or symbolic," says Mariel Borowitz, an assistant professor and space policy expert at Georgia Tech. She adds that the program could be used for a wide range of domestic purposes — including satellites for communication and disaster response — or could simply be "a source of prestige" for the country at a time of crisis. And even with Syria's ongoing economic problems, Borowitz notes that it wouldn't be expensive for the country to set up a very small agency, as countries like Ecuador and Portugal have.

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Facebook Unveils Hack, A New Programming Language For More Reliable Code

Ten years ago, Facebook started out as a website coded in PHP, a scripting language aimed at fast development of interactive Web pages. As the company grew, PHP became difficult to manage and it was easier for developers to make mistakes, said Bryan O’Sullivan, the manager of Facebook’s Hack team, in an interview with ReadWrite. To help eliminate errors in its massive codebase, O’Sullivan and his team created Hack, combining the fast development cycle of PHP with the discipline of more formal programming languages.

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Valve's revamped Steam Controller feels less traditional than it looks

Just a few short days after  revealing its revamped Steam Controller , Valve is letting gamers and developers try it out for themselves on the GDC 2014 show floor. As Valve revealed last week, the new controller does away with the proposed touch screen and instead adds eight front-facing buttons, much as you’d see on an Xbox or PlayStation controller (the ABXY buttons mimic the size, layout, and general feel of the Xbox One controller). When asked about the touchscreen’s removal, a Valve representative told us that the company made the decision as a way to cut costs after tests revealed that users really didn’t need the flexibility that the touchscreen prototype offered.

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How The Most Productive People Nail Networking Without Being Annoying

There are three parts: 1. I am clear about what I want. I'm almost obsessive about returning to my "true north" and being clear with myself what it is I most seek. Productivity is a measure of how well to achieve a goal, so you've got to get really clear on what you want. Right now, I'm furiously developing the thesis of what creates "advantage" in these modern, social times. It's an alternative and more progressive view to Michael Porter's work --the Harvard strategist that shaped the governance and models best suited for the industrial era. I wrote the hypothesis in my second book 11 Rules for Creating Value in the Social Era (which got named by Fast Company as one of the best business books of 2012), but I am now completing the research and formula so that more people can adopt it. This informs a lot of what I put my attention into today.

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The Simple 3-Part Formula For Employee Happiness

Sure, free snacks and drinks are great. But you know what’s even better? Making your employees feel like you trust them, through and through. Here are some quick examples. My company’s flexible work schedule policy would make Marissa Mayer cringe. Not only can you work from home whenever you need to, but 20% of our employees work from remote offices located across the globe, from Abu Dhabi to Omaha and Honolulu to Seattle. But it doesn’t stop there. The only vacation policy we have is, “take it when you need it.” When it comes to expenses, the rule of “treat the company’s money as if it was your own,” likewise, falls under this “trust” approach. Much like a good health care plan, benefits like these can do wonders for overall employee happiness (not to mention your recruiting process). Further, if you hire right, these benefits don’t cost the company much to implement or maintain.

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How to Quit Your Procrastination Habit Once And For All

Recognize signals. There are signs that you’re procrastinating--anxiety about your tasks, compulsively checking things, a rising urge to go do something other than the present task. These signs might be physical (tightness in your chest, for example) or they might be certain actions (checking email)--but you can learn to recognize them with time. They are flags, waving and telling you that something is going on. Notice the flags, and check in to see what’s going on.

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Japan used to rule video games, so what happened?

But another big reason the games aren’t there yet is the country’s notorious work culture. There’s a lot of pressure in Japan to find a long-term job straight out of college, as many companies tend to pick new graduates for the vast majority of their hires; it’s a problem that’s affected Japan’s startup scene as well. "People in Japan are very conservative in choosing where to work," says Yoshida. "So, even if you are young and talented and have some great ideas to make games, when you say, ‘I'm going to start up my own company,’ your parents will say, ‘Why are you doing this? Work for a great company!’"

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How To Write A Press Release That Doesn't Completely Suck

Thanks, good advice on writing a press release that will be read. I am sure the people on the receiving end of press releases will appreciate it as well. I coach small businesses how to pitch the media and as such press releases are a key topic of discussion. I am sure it is taken for granted when writing press releases, but be sure to include your contact information. Believe it or not, approximately 12% of press releases go out without any contact information. OK, thanks for the good advice. Edward Smith.

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Twitter Tells Tweeters How To Tiptoe Past Turkey's Twitter Ban

Though users can send tweets easily using SMS, it's much more difficult to read them that way. To do so, users have to subscribe to individual accounts via SMS and receive updates from them. So while it's nice that people in Turkey are able to tweet the word out, it will be harder for them to follow conversations on the platform.

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Unless companies pay, their Facebook updates reach 6 percent of followers

Facebook declined to comment on the percentage of fans that see posts from a typical Facebook page (the last publicly disclosed figure was 16 percent in the summer of 2012), but the company admitted in December that posts from Pages are reaching less users. Facebook attributes this change to increased competition as more people and companies join its service. The typical user is inundated with 1,500 posts per day from friends and Pages, and Facebook picks 300 to present in the News Feed. Getting squeezed out are both posts from Pages and meme photos as Facebook shifts its focus to what it deems “high quality” content. The solution for brands with declining engagement, according to Facebook, is to buy ads. “Like many mediums, if businesses want to make sure that people see their content, the best strategy is, and always has been, paid advertising,” a spokeswoman said in an emailed statement.

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'Shrapnel' risk to Moon missions

"Since they're spread out at great distances, we really need to start thinking that 'secondaries' from small craters pose possibly a larger risk to future long-lived surface assets than the actual primary craters themselves," he told an audience at the LPSC.

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This Is How Google Can Dominate The Smartwatch Industry For Years To Come

Definitely biased, he’s read enough to know what to flail at. I can understand how you rail against the restrictions imposed by Google on the OHA, especially given the extreme openness of their competition. Ha. But really, without it Android would not exist as a complete platform because of the fragmentation issues that crippled it when each carrier had their own custom flavor, which Google solved with 4.3 and the OHA. Additionally the only thing you lose when forking Android is the Google Services suite of applications, which allows manufacturers the convenience of perfectly functional APPLICATIONS maintained by someone else. Anyway if Android Wear is locked to a set of handsets, it’ll be the manufacturers doing (like Samsung’s latest iteration of Galaxy Gear) and not Google’s because their goal is to just get it to everyone. Do you even root, bro? Also I like the fact you called out your own comment.

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Bitcoin Exchange Vircurex Battles Insolvency

The Beijing-based virtual currency exchange is much smaller than Mt. Gox, but it is notable that it has stopped withdrawals of Bitcoin, Litecoin and other coins today, and it will freeze all existing user accounts from Monday after running into serious financial issues.

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YC-Backed Gbatteries Launches BatteryBox, A 50Whr Backup Battery For MacBooks & Other Gadgets | TechCrunch

While BatteryBox is the first implementation of the BatteryOS technology, the company believes it’s really just a proof of concept for a much bigger idea — improving the battery life of all our devices. That’s because the same concepts that BatteryBox for losing its battery life over time can be applied to any number of things, from laptops to electric cars.

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BuzzFeed Teams Up With Ex-Gawker Traffic Guru at Whisper

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The Ars staff picks our least-favorite Star Trek: The Next Generation episodes

Actually, the person most directly responsible for this episode is none other than Ronald D. Moore, who also wrote some of the greatest TNG episodes (along with, you know, Battlestar Galactica and stuff). Moore's touch shines through in a few places—the scenes with Wesley and Picard are actually quite good!—but it's hard to understand what the hell he was trying to accomplish with the colony that looks like a hastily built My First Adobe Village on a soundstage. The planet's inhabitants are a pastiche of 1950s-era "Cowboys and Indians" antagonists, and once they start nagging Wesley about pantheism and how he needs to get his Space Peyote on and do a "vision quest," I was ready to pull the eject handle and bail out.

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20 Killer 'Game of Thrones' Items on Etsy

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19
Build a Cheaper, Customizable Alternative to Apple's Mac Pro

Apple's Mac Pro, the sleek and shiny trash can from outer space, is certainly a feat of engineering. It also costs $3,000. If you want to build a comparable machine yourself, you can save a lot of money by going with a Hackintosh.

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Twitter Makes You Watch TV More Than You Realize

Twitter and TV are an even better match than we thought — which is saying something — as new research published Monday shows that 92% of Twitter users have taken immediate action around a given show based solely on what's in their feed.

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At TED, Bill Gates Talks About Spending Warren Buffett's Billions

I've been covering the business of news, information and entertainment in one form or another for more than 10 years. In February 2014, I moved to San Francisco to cover the tech beat. My primary focus is social media and digital media, but I'm interested in other aspects, including but not limited to the sharing economy, lifehacking, fitness & sports tech and the evolving culture of the Bay Area. In past incarnations I've worked at AOL, Conde Nast Portfolio, Radar and WWD. Circle me on Google+ , follow me on Twitter or send me tips or ideas at jbercovici@forbes.com.

22
Missing plane lost, Malaysia says

The text messages read: "Malaysia Airlines deeply regrets that we have to assume beyond any reasonable doubt that MH370 has been lost and that none of those on board survived... we must now accept all evidence suggests the plane went down in the Southern Indian Ocean."

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Why We're Removing Comments on Copyblogger - Copyblogger

Blog comments are an amazing resource for any blog when it’s getting started. It’s a super convenient way to take the pulse of your audience. It’s a quick metric for getting a sense of how strongly the audience responds to a particular post. And it lets a community start to grow up around you — around your ideas and how you express them.

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3 Strategies for Improving Your Facebook Ads

Facebook plays a large role in many businesses' marketing strategies. Although business pages on the social networking site may have once been just a simple brand extension and a place where companies could connect with customers, it has become a dynamic advertising platform that can produce the same types of results as search engine optimization.

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Trick or tweet: the boy who hoaxed the football world

So why did Gardiner do it? "I wanted to prove a point," he says between mouthfuls of peri-peri chicken. "When I was 15, I created a Twitter account that was me – Sam Gardiner, Arsenal fan – but no one was taking me seriously. I had 300 followers. Adults don't want to listen to 15-year-olds and I don't blame them, to be honest. But I was getting really frustrated, because I love football, I love talking about football and I just wanted to air my opinions to as many people as possible."

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Close-up of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot | EarthSky.org

And on this amazing world, perhaps the most amazing feature is the Great Red Spot – a raging storm three and a half times the size of Earth located in Jupiter’s southern hemisphere. Vibrant bands of clouds carried by winds that can exceed 400 mph continuously circle the planet’s atmosphere. Such winds sustain spinning anticyclones like the Great Red Spot.

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U.S., other powers kick Russia out of G8

"G8 is an informal organization that does not give out any membership cards and, by its definition, cannot remove anyone," he said during a news conference. " All the economic and financial questions are decided in G20, and G8 has the purpose of existence as the forum of dialogue between the leading Western countries and Russia."

28
As Hopes Dim, Washington Mudslide Rescue Effort Carries On

The river has begun to wind its way through the debris, which is good news for those whose homes survived the landslide. Floodwater has penetrated seven houses so far, but it is no longer rising as rapidly and no one has been injured as a result. Residents were initially told to evacuate the area, but they have since been allowed return, though officials cautioned that the evacuation order might be reinstated.

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Russia Forcibly Completes Takeover of Ukraine Military Bases

Shortly before sunrise around 4 a.m. Monday morning, Russian forces stormed one of Ukraine’s last military holdouts in Crimea. Troops descended from helicopters and used armored personnel carriers to ram their way through the gates of a base in Feodosia as pro-Russian militiamen tossed stun grenades and fired shots from machine guns into the air, Ukrainian Defense Ministry spokesman Vladislav Seleznev wrote on Facebook .

30
Researchers Use Game Theory to Identify Potential Problems for Bitcoin | MIT Technology Review

Yet signs are emerging of more subtle flaws in the vision of Satoshi Nakamoto (which may or may not be a pseudonym), with analysis suggesting the rules governing how Bitcoin operates as a currency may be far from perfect. Some researchers claim that these rules leave room for cheats to destabilize Bitcoin. Others have concluded that major changes to the currency’s rules will be needed as the number of bitcoins in circulation increases.

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Watch the First Trailer for the 3-D Peanuts Movie | Underwire | Wired.com

Charlie Brown and the gang are headed to the big screen (in 3-D!) in 2015. Check out the first trailer for Peanuts , which is sure to inspire nostalgia and nerdrage, here.

32
The Remote Control Needs To Die So The Television Can Live

For users that grew up with TV being a new form of entertainment, the remote control was always a way of controlling the TV without having to get off the couch to change that channel on the set. Ask them if they would prefer to do that on a smartphone or tablet, and most of them will say no. They’re used to their remote control, they (mostly) understand it, and they have no interest in learning a new behaviour—especially when it involves having their mobile or tablet on them at all times in order to use their TV. Millennials may have no problem having their iPhone welded to their hand as they menu surf through their Apple TV, but their parents (mostly) do.

33
Google's Go Programming Language: Taking Cloud Development By Storm

Go is rapidly closing in on 1% of total commits and half a percent of projects and contributors. While the trend is obviously interesting, at first glance numbers well under one percent look inconsequential relative to overall adoption. To provide some context, however, each of the most popular languages on Ohloh (C, C++, Java, JavaScript) only constitutes ~10% of commits and ~5% of projects and contributors. That means Go, a seemingly very minor player, is already used nearly one tenth as much in FOSS [free and open-source software] as the most popular languages in existence.

34
49% Of Job Candidates Never Negotiate An Initial Employment Offer. Do You?

“If they say, ‘No,’ to what you ask for, your ego might be bruised but at least you know you tried. If you want the job, the conversation should always end with, ‘Yes I understand. I respect your decision. Fine, I'd like to take the offer.’ But to set the stage for the future you can also add, ‘What will I need to do in the first year in order to prove to you that I am worth a raise?’ The practice of negotiation early in your career sets you up for success later.'”

35 Form S-1

An independent contemporaneous valuation of our common stock was performed as of October 11, 2013. The valuation utilized the prior sale of company stock approach to estimate the fair value of our common stock. In October 2013, we established the terms for our Series E-1 redeemable convertible preferred stock financing. By October 31, 2013, we had raised $76 million through the issuance of 4,222,221 shares of our Series E-1 redeemable convertible preferred stock at a price of $18.00 per share, the majority of which was issued to new investors. In performing the valuation of our common stock as of October 11, 2013, we relied upon this transaction price to estimate the fair value of our common stock using the OPM model, given the close proximity of the financing to the valuation date and the fact that the price per share for our Series E-1 redeemable convertible preferred stock was established through sales to new investors on an arm’s length basis. Under the prior sale of company stock method, we considered other securities in relation to our Series E-1 redeemable convertible preferred stock and applied a volatility rate of 50%, an assumed time to liquidity, and a risk-free interest rate of 0.

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22 Snaps That Feature Epic Emojis [PHOTOS]

In honor of this quirky legion of tiny smileys, we asked readers to incorporate emojis into their Mashable Snapchat Challenge submissions. Check out our favorites, below:

37
Exxon Valdez Oil Spill: 25 Years Later, Effects Still Linger

Twenty-five years ago today, one of the worst oil spills in United States history took place in Prince William Sound on the Gulf of Alaska. The water filled with about 10.8 million gallons of toxic crude oil, resulting in dead otters, birds and other wildlife. The world wouldn't see the likes of such a spill again until the Deepwater Horizon spill in 2010.

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NPR Is First Talk Station on Apple iTunes Radio

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39
Why the Forecast for Tuesday’s East Coast Storm Is So Uncertain

After a spring-like weekend for many winter-weary Easterners, cold and snow are set to make a comeback this week. New data show a huge storm—a clash of cold air from the Arctic and moisture drawn north from the Caribbean —will give at least a glancing blow to millions from D.C. to New England, with a worst-case scenario of an epic blizzard still not off the table.

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Statoil | Partner Webcast | MIT Technology Review

Jonathan Matthews is Vice President of Statoil Canada’s Heavy Oil Technology Centre (HOTC) and is located in Calgary. The primary focus of the HOTC is on delivering innovative technologies that will help make Statoil’s Kai Kos Dehseh Oil Sands Partnership (KOSP) profitable while supporting continuous environmental performance objectives. Prior to joining Statoil, Jonathan spent 20 years working in the Canadian Oil Sands with Shell Canada and Syncrude Canada in various technical and leadership roles. Jonathan graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Geological Engineering degree and a Master's of Science. He is a member of the Association for Professional Engineers, Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) and has provided leadership to various initiatives in the Canadian oil sands.

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2 Accused of Pirating 1 Million Android Apps Plead Guilty

The two men are the first to be convicted for distributing pirated mobile apps, prosecutors said on Monday. Nicholas Narbone, 26, and Thomas Dye, 21, were part of the piracy group AppBucket, which allegedly distributed one million pirated apps from Aug. 2010 until Aug. 2012.

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Microsoft to rebrand 'Windows Azure' as 'Microsoft Azure' | ZDNet

Ask the average Windows desktop user what Azure is. I am sure they won't have a clue. Windows is still the dominant desktop operating system and it is still a popular NOS. Also, we shouldn't be surprised by Microsoft Office on other platforms, Office in fact started out on the Mac then came to Windows in the early 90's, so its full circle again.

43
'A Feeling of Purpose': 10 Startup Employees Share Their Stories

Face-to-face value... I remember a couple years back when my grandmother came to me and said "I saw a Meetup." She'd been wary of the fact that her only granddaughter worked at a tech startup (and I'm sure imagined the worst). Then she stumbled across a divorce-support Meetup while visiting my uncle, and that's when she "got" it. She saw the people meeting face-to-face and saw that Meetup added tangible value. More and more frequently when people ask me where I work, they know the company and respond in a positive way; I can't wait for the day when people stop hiding behind their screens, and I no longer have to explain what we're all about.

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New Game of Thrones Trailer Shows Off a Grown-Up Dragon | Underwire | Wired.com

There are a few callbacks to what are being built up as signature lines of the season—Daenerys Targaryen’s fierce offer to let the people of Essos “live in my new world, or they can die in their old one,” and newcomer Oberyn Martell’s sassily portentous riff on the Lannisters’ unofficial motto. Lannisters make up the bulk of the new trailer, which is bookended by Cersei’s dark opening promise that “your joy will turn to ashes in your mouth, and you will know that the debt is paid” and some angrier-than-usual twincest.

45
The Cruel Math Behind Why Streaming Will Never Save The Music Industry

The recorded music business has had a pretty lousy 15 years, shrinking by half from its peak of $40 billion in 1999. And the past year hasn’t exactly been much better, according to the International Federation for the Phonographic Industry (IFPI). Revenues slipped another 4% overall and even digital downloads, dominated by Apple’s iTunes, fell by 2%. That’s the first time they’ve ever seen a decline. There is some good news, though, in that paid streaming services crossed the $1 billion threshold, with an estimated 28 million customers worldwide. The IFPI says that’s up from just 20 million a year before and a lot of industry people believe that revenue from streaming could eventually lead the music business to new heights. But when you look deeper, you’ll see that there’s a fundamental disconnect between what the experts believe it will take to get there. And unless that gap is bridged, streaming services might be the golden goose that turns into a lead balloon.

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One Of America's Largest Hospitals Brings Google Glass Into The ER

When the hospital's Glass trial began, BIDMC placed giant QR codes by the entrace of every emergency department patient room (see picture below). The Glasses run modified versions of BIDMC's in-house emergency department dashboard software and are used primarily to scan the QR codes on the wall; once the code is scanned, the dashboard software brings up patient records, test results, vital data, and other information. Instead of this information being displayed in a notebook, a laptop, or a tablet like at most other hospitals, the data streams into Glass; the idea is that the clinician is able to maintain eye contact with the patient during the entire consultation. “It looks weird, but it's better than staring at a tablet or a laptop," CTO John Halamka told Fast Company . Every time a patient is moved out of a room, the QR code is refreshed so it brings up information for the next patient.

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Egypt Court Sentences 529 Mohamed Morsi Supporters to Death

A supporter of ousted President Mohammed Morsi holds a flag with a photo of Ali Mohammed, who was killed at a protest, during a demonstration inside Cairo University in Egypt, Monday, March 24, 2014. A court in Egypt on Monday sentenced to death 529 supporters of Morsi on charges of murdering a policeman and attacking police, convicting them after only two sessions in one of the largest mass trials in the country in decades.

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How To Moonwalk Just Like Mike in 5 Simple Steps [INFOGRAPHIC]

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49
10 Digital Comics You Should Read Right Now

Of course, there's still something to be said for the traditional, tangible paper-and-ink comic book experience. Collectors, for example, still see print as the preferred, beloved comic book platform. For others, however, mylar bags, price guides, and long boxes are, sadly, things of the past. For them, the immediacy, ubiquity, and portability of digital comics outweigh any potential negatives. Consider this: You can tote an entire comic collection in a mobile device. An entire collection! That's impressive.

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Journalist Deaths Highlight Deteriorating Security in Afghanistan

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51 RoomScan app creates floor plans just by tapping walls - CNET
52 Google Lets You Send Photo Collages to Your TV
53 Is High-End Audio Worth It?
54 Netflix Stock Takes a Hit After Apple-Comcast Report Surfaces
55 Google And Apple—Take My Fitness Data, Please!
56 Disney to Acquire Top YouTube Network Maker Studios for $500 Million
57 The Multitasker: Killer Apps For Doing It All (At Once)
58 Venezuela Investigates 60 Cases of Police Abuse
59 Report: 97% Of Mobile Malware Is On Android. This Is The Easy Way You Stay Safe
60 Malicious apps can hose Android phones, erase data, researchers warn
61 New Linux version will reduce suspend and resume times
62 Malaysia Prime Minister: Flight MH370 Ended In The Indian Ocean
63 Hotshot CEO Aaron Levie Will Only Own 4.1% Of Box When It IPOs, Investor DFJ Owns 25.5% | TechCrunch
64 Trontium’s colossal battery pack has enough juice to charge your iPhone 50 times
65 9 Super Simple Apps That Will Make Your Life Easier
66 China and Huawei Demand Explanations on NSA Spying
67 How Open Technology Can Save Government
68 Watch a Motorcycle Helmet Become a Pinstriped Masterpiece in Minutes
69 $80 Million Golden Parachute: Time Warner Cable CEO Set To Cash In
70 Here's What Apple's Chromecast Killer Could Look Like
71 Study: Researchers Blame Google Flu Trends Inaccuracies On Ongoing Algorithm Updates
72 The Science Behind an Unusually Powerful March Snowstorm
73 After Decades of War, Iraq Adds Fleet of New Trains to Its Aging Railway | Autopia | Wired.com
74 Apple wants its own path on Comcast network for video service, WSJ says
75 Social Media Graffiti
76 Samsung's Massive Tablet Takes Aim at Desktops and Comes Up Short | Product Reviews | Wired.com
77 Why Facebook, eBay Measure Power And Water Consumption In Their Data Centers
78 Human Folly, Bots' Wisdom -- And That $1 Billion NCAA Pool
79 NYT reporter: Obama administration the ‘greatest enemy of press freedom’ in a generation
80 TechStars London Unveils Its 2014 Teams — Five Of The 11 Have Already Raised $4M In Total | TechCrunch
81 Google Glass Isn't Ready For Prime Time, Says, Uh, Google
82 Bloomberg Media Makes First Moves Toward New Digital Products
83 Convince your Boss to Send you to TNW Conference Europe 2014
84 Traffic is a good thing for media companies to pay attention to -- except when it isn't
85 Virtual Reality Will Come To Define Sony's PS4
86 NPR Becomes First News Provider on iTunes Radio
87 Malaysia Airlines Told Families About Flight's Fate Before Texting
88 Obama Joins Quora, Answers Your Healthcare Questions
89 Unbabel Launches A Human-Edited Machine Translation Service To Help Businesses Go Global, Localize Customer Support | TechCrunch
90 MergePay Pulse Lets Businesses Manage Their Finances
91 Vote For The Design Of NASA's Next Spacesuit