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Kelly Clarkson and Jimmy Fallon should seriously record an album together

The Sonny and Cher of 2015.

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1 Man Ellen Pao accused of retaliation had bonus docked

Man Ellen Pao accused of retaliation had bonus docked The man Ellen Pao has accused of retaliating against her after their affair ended had part of his yearly bonus at the venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins docked because of the affair. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1BzaBpJ

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These prototype eyeglasses from AVG make you invisible to facial recognition software

But that ‘s not all — in addition to the infrared tech, the glasses are also rimmed with a type of retro-reflective material that bounces light back to exactly where it came from. Most surfaces reflect light by diffusing or scattering it in all directions, but this material is specially designed to reflect light back at the exact same angle as it arrived. If caught in flash photography, retro-reflective material will send most of the light back to the camera’s sensor. This will result in an image that will put the dynamic range  of the camera sensor to the test.

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iPhone theft victims tricked into unlocking devices

The criminals send a text message to the phone number, saying something like “Apple Inc. Your iPad Air 3G 64GB Space Gray linked to [email address] has been located today at 14:14 PDT. See location: [link].” The link leads to a phishing site that is designed to look like the login screen for iCloud.

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Pebble unveils steel version of color Time watch, announces 'smartstrap' accessory support

Pebble on Tuesday announced a steel version of its upcoming Pebble Time smartwatch, as well as a new expandable accessory port called "smartstrap" that could add functions such as GPS or heart rate monitoring.

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The myth about how Amazon’s Web service started just won’t die

That seed of an idea turned into what is now the market-leading IaaS public cloud computing company. Amazon was estimated last year by Gartner to have a public cloud that is five times larger than its next 14 competitors combined. Needless to say, the idea Black helped start took off. Pinkham went on to found startup Nimbula, which Oracle bought and used as the basis for its cloud platform. Pinkham now works as an engineering vice president at Twitter.

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James Gunn Says His Favorite Superhero Will be in Guardians of the Galaxy 2 - IGN

Gunn has previously stated his intention to include more female characters in the MCU, but while many assumed this meant the inclusion of Carol Danvers -- whose Captain Marvel solo movie is scheduled to hit theaters in 2018 -- Gunn himself has publicly indicated otherwise. He told fans at a convention last year of his intention to stay away from "earthlings" outside of Peter Quill.

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What Was Your First Smartphone?

Smartphones were once a boutique item, but now they're essential. Still, we all remember a time before smartphones — at least, the time before we got our first one. How old were you when you got your first, and what year was it?

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Geneva Motor Show: What to look out for

The Geneva show has traditionally been an occasion to unveil some of the industry's most exotic and groundbreaking cars, mixing the breathtaking with the downright daft. So what should you look out for in 2015?

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How to create a personal cloud with BitTorrent Sync 2.0

When you launch BitTorrent Sync 2.0 for the first time, it walks you through a brief setup procedure. On your first Mac, when you get to the screen that says Link Devices, click This Is My First Sync 2.0 Device. Then, on the Create Identity screen, type the name you want to use for your identity and click Create Identity. At this point, you can begin adding folders. (To do so, click the Add Folder icon in the upper-left corner, navigate to the folder you want to sync, and click Open.) But you may want to postpone adding folders until you’ve set up another Mac and read about the extra steps needed to sync folders to their expected locations.

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Ars Technica on Twitter

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http://www.engadget.com/event/gdc2015/articles/

So you want to play games on your Android TV set, but you'd rather not shell out for a gamepad? You might not have to in the near future. Google has revealed ...

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The Following: "New Blood" Review - IGN

But that was also a lot of work just to try and get an advantage on the viewer. I can't imagine that pace continuing. To spread out the stabbings and perverse puppetry, our heroes were given their own little party bags of drama. The Hardys now have significant others - Gwen (Zuleikha Robinson) and Tom (Gbenga Akinnagbe) - though Ryan's pushing Gwen away and Max is probably still hung up on Mike. Following the rules of horror trilogies, Ryan's year-long break totally falls in line for a third chapter that's to be all about revisiting what we've seen so far. Mike, on the other hand, is sort of a year behind, rule-wise, and is went through similar off-screen obsessive turmoil (minus the drinking) that Ryan did between Seasons 1 and 2.

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Nuns having fun will restore your faith in joy

Members of the Order of the Sisters of the Cross training on a basketball court at the College Saint-Laurent in Montreal, Canada. The nuns are training to be sports teachers and will go on to teach in convents all over Quebec.

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Blackberry Is Bringing Back the Slider Phone Because Sure Why Not

Blackberry calls it "the Slider." Details on the device are scant for now; handset chief Ron Louks only held it up on stage for a quick peek. (Louks, by the way, is the same Blackberry executive that has said the company's goal was to release " at least one unconventional device " a year.) It's unclear when the Slider will see primetime, but rest assured that if you want to buy a slider phone you'll soon be able to choose between competing models from Blackberry and Mozilla . Here's hoping a Sidekick 2015 is in development, too. [BlackBerry]

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Pebble Time Steel is a dressed-up version of Pebble's latest watch

A metal chassis isn't the only change from the regular Time. The Time Steel is 1mm thicker and has nearly twice the battery capacity — Pebble says it should last up to 10 days between charges compared to the seven on the standard model. It also has a nicer, laminated display, which eliminates the slight air gap in the Time's screen. The three buttons on the side have a textured grip, and the metal frame around the display itself is slimmer than on the Time. The slimmer metal frame actually makes the Time Steel's display appear smaller than the Time's, though they are the same dimensions. Migicovsky says the metal link bracelet was designed to prevent catching on your arm hair, and sure enough, it did not pinch me or pull my hair when I tried it on. Overall, the Time Steel and the link bracelet are significantly nicer and more substantial than last year's Pebble Steel.

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With 887 hp and 884 lb-ft on tap, Brabus’ ‘Rocket 900’ lives up to its name

The result is a peak output of 887 hp and a whopping 1,106 pound-feet of torque, but for the sake of the seven-speed transmission, it’s been dialed back to a modest 884 lb-ft. 0 to 60 mph now comes in 3.7 seconds and 0 to 124 mph is accomplished in just 9.1 seconds.

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Simulate the Human Body with BodyKit APIs, Now in Beta

Body Labs , a platform for creating and customizing 3D human body models, today launched the beta of BodyKit, a collection of APIs and embeddable components for integrating the human body into apps and tools.

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The Verge on Twitter

Lol " @verge : Nokia's iPad mini clone is the nicest Android tablet you can't buy http://theverge.com/e/7903966  pic.twitter.com/zYjkX5SCV4 ”

19 March tech stocks preview

March tech stocks preview While all is mostly quiet on the earnings front, the tech industry has its own version of March Madness when it comes to key events. This month plays host to several big events in the tech space, from video Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1BAgO4K

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Apple Watch makes its debut in Hong Kong's fashion magazine East Touch

The Apple Watch has already made its magazine debut across a variety of publications around the world, and now, the smartwatch has made its debut in the March issue of Hong Kong’s fashion magazine ‘East Touch.’

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The Koenigsegg Regera is the 1,500bhp king of the Geneva Motor Show

There will be just 80 Koenigsegg Regeras ever made, which, for the sort of car that this is, actually sounds like quite an ambitious number. When you think of plug-in hybrids, Toyota's staid Prius is typically the first thing that comes to mind. And yet, here I am, standing next to a car that has both an electric-only mode for perfect silence and a full-power insanity mode that goes from 0 to 100kmh in 2.8 seconds. And it has CarPlay! All that incredible value can be yours for a price of $1.89 million plus taxes, with the first cars being delivered to their lucky owners in 2016.

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CrowdFlower Launches Open Data Project Covering Everything From Climate Change To #ThatDress

Crowdsourcing company CrowdFlower allows businesses to tap into a distributed workforce of 5 million contributors for basic tasks like sentiment analysis. Today it’s releasing some of that data to the public through its new Data for Everyone initiative.

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Piper Jaffray pegs stainless steel Apple Watch price at $499, Edition at $4,999

Quote: Originally Posted by AppleInsider� Starting with Apple Watch Sport, the aluminum and glass version widely thought to be the least expensive model, Munster expects an ASP of $450 after factoring in configuration alternatives like case and internal storage options. They already have 34 different HW styles to choose from. I am not expecting them to also be different by NAND capacity. For holding songs for a workout you really don't need that many. Even a 1GB iPod Shuffle will hold 130 songs at 256kibps with an average duration of 4 minutes. Over 8 hours of music for 1GB is plenty... and I'm expecting it to be 4GB with most of that available to the user. Quote: On the high end, the analyst forecasts base model Apple Watch Edition devices to start at $4,999, but classifies segment ASP closer to $7,500 after adding in straps made from precious metals. All the ?Watch Editions contain the "precious metal" gold, but it's all as part of the plastic or leather strap. There is no sold gold strap at this point. Quote: Based on current pricing for leather iPhone cases, Munster sees Apple selling Watch straps made out of the same material in the $49 to $59 range.

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Apple plans fix next week for newly uncovered Freak security bug

Apple plans fix next week for newly uncovered Freak security bug

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Netflix's new sci-fi series from the Wachowskis is coming on June 5th

The next wave of original programming from Netflix is officially on the way. Today the streaming giant announced premiere dates for a number of new shows, including fan favorite Orange is the New Black and  Sense8, the sci-fi drama series created by the Wachowskis and famed writer J. Michael Straczynski. The latter series, which is set to debut on June 5th, has been in development since 2013 and will follow eight so-called "sensates": individuals linked to one another through technological means after a tragic accident.

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Sony's PlayStation 4 VR headset launching in the 'first half of 2016'

First things first, there's a new screen and it's 5.7 inches. It's an OLED, and the specs specifically are 1,920 x RGB x 1,080. Wait, what? The long and short is that the screen has a higher resolution than last year's model. It will help reduce the "screen door" effect that many VR headsets suffer from, in so many words.

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Here's a photo of a weasel riding a woodpecker

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 42 million unique visitors worldwide and 21 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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BlackBerry to Launch Four New Devices in 2015

BARCELONA— BlackBerry Ltd. said Tuesday a new touch-screen phone will be one of four devices it launches this year, as it bolsters its turnaround effort-—which is geared to selling mobile security software to enterprises—with new devices aimed at business and government customers.

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Forbes Tech News on Twitter

Goals RT @ForbesTech : Snapchat's cofounders are the world's youngest billionaires: http://onforb.es/1K9Rc44  pic.twitter.com/1Nxt4ylEt8

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The 5 Pillars of Interaction Design

2. User Scenarios — Related to personas, user scenarios explain how the personas act when using the site. For example, “It’s Black Friday, and Sally the Seasonal Shopper has a long list of presents to buy online before work.” User scenarios force you to explore the context in which the persona interacts with your product.

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Netflix Launches In Australia and New Zealand on March 24

Netflix in Australia and New Zealand will offer a narrower catalog at launch, but the company plans to aggressively expand it over time. It does say that customers can enjoy content like ‘House of Cards’ and ‘Bloodline’ at launch, however.

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Teens love YouTube because it makes them feel good about themselves, a new survey says

ne of the reasons that people are going to digital platforms rather than TV is that they just like the content a lot more," Andy Tu, EVP of marketing at Defy Media, told Business Insider. "It's easier to relate to, and it makes them feel better about themselves."

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Engadget on Twitter

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The first photo of Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Edward Snowden

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 42 million unique visitors worldwide and 21 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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Huawei’s Ambition: To Take On Apple—Mobile World Congress

From the vantage point of Richard Yu, head of Huawei Technologies Co.’s ambitious consumer business group, the smartphone world is due for a shakeup that could leave as few as three major global players standing over the next three to five years.

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Lyft Launches Driver Perks Program

In the tiered program, all Lyft drivers start at the Silver level, which includes support with taxes, health insurance purchases, and vehicle purchases from Intuit, eHealth, and AutoNation Direct, respectively. If a driver completes 20 rides in a month, they graduate to Gold, which provides more than 600 discount programs for health, entertainment, and car maintenance services such as movie tickets, gym memberships, and auto parts. Finally, a driver with 200 rides per month levels up to Platinum, which puts any messages or questions they have for Lyft HQ to the front of the driver support queue.

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72% off Power Vault 18000mAh Portable Battery Pack

Charge up your mobile devices wherever you go with the Power Vault . Its powerful 18,000mAh battery can juice your phone and tablets multiple times on a single charge, and its sleek body takes up minimal space in your backpack, purse or pocket.

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Evolution of the Internet: from Decentralized to Centralized

The original Internet services were clunky and hard to use even if you were tech-savvy. During the dot-com bubble an entire generation of entrepreneurs were inspired to bring the power of the Internet to more and more users. Over time, Internet services became easier to use and moved from a decentralized to a centralized design. It’s not only much easier to manage centralized services, but it’s easier to make profits from them as well.

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Google will take on Apple Pay with Android Pay

Google’s ready to take on Apple Pay with a new mobile payments platform called Android Pay. It will work over NFC, and it will come with an API that will allow third-party developers to integrate the service into their own Android apps.

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Is data on your new Lollipop Android device encrypted? Maybe not

Apple automatically encrypts data in iOS 8 if the user has a passcode enabled. As with Android, the encryption keys are held on the device, which means that law enforcement would have to serve a user with a court order to turn over their password that unlocks the encryption key.

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Alibaba shares are at an all-time low — and people are asking questions about fake customers

The practice is considered a form of false advertising, which is prohibited in the U.S. and China. Chinese sellers found doing so face fines and restrictions on their business. But Mr. Cui, who asked to be identified only by his last name, said he relied on fake orders because he felt there was no other way for his products to be seen.

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Netflix Wants Cary Fukunaga’s Beasts of No Nation, Starring Idris Elba

Deadline is reporting rumors * that Netflix is ready to scoop up Cary Fukunaga's Beasts of No Nation,  a film based on the novel by Uzodinma Iweala about child soldiers in civil war. Starring Idris Elba, the film is apparently worth $12 million to the streaming giant, who will gladly outpay "numerous bids" from studios. Netflix wants those Oscars. Badly.

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The World's Richest Tech Billionaires: Jack Ma Breaks Through to Top, Google Leaders Slip

I track the wealth of the .1% and chronicle how America's richest billionaires spend their fortunes. It's not just the lifestyles of the rich and the famous. With every fast rise to the top of the income bracket, there's an even better back story. That's why I'm here. My work has also appeared in Yahoo! Finance and Women's Wear Daily, and you may have caught me debating issues on CNN or HuffPost Live. I'm a senior at George Washington University, and have learned the ins and outs of higher education finance from my three years working on its award-winning campus newspaper. During my last year, I'll be managing the news team. Tweet me @chloesorvino.

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BlackBerry Wants Startup Hustlers To Buy Its New Touchscreen Smartphone

The basics: the Leap has a five-inch HD screen, with an eight-megapixel rear camera and 16GB of on-device storage. The company touted the phone’s battery life, which it claimed will last for a day. It also pushed BBM as a productivity tool, its Siri-like personal assistant and, of course, its security creds.

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The Himalayas from 20,000 ft.

The aerial cinema experts at Teton Gravity Research release the first ultra HD footage of the Himalayas shot from above 20,000 ft. with the GSS C520 system, the most advanced gyro-stabilized camera system in the world. Filmed from a helicopter with a crew flying from Kathmandu at 4,600 ft. up to 24,000 ft. on supplemental oxygen, these are some of the most stable, crisp, clear aerial shots of these mountains ever released, which include Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam, and Lhotse.

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Apple's 'Shot on iPhone 6' campaign goes global with billboards, ad spaces

After launching its "Shot on iPhone 6" ad campaign on Sunday, works from Apple's "World Gallery" are now showing up on billboards, static ad spaces and in magazines in far flung locales around the globe.

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'Community' Season 6 trailer teases a new 'Dean-mension'

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Samsung EVP: smartwatch timeout to plan for perfection

In a recent interview by the Wall Street Journal, Young-hee Lee, an EVP in charge of Samsung’s mobile marketing, was quoted as saying her company is “working on” the new one. She explains that,  “We’ve been introducing more devices than anybody else…It’s time for us to pause,” and then adds “we want a more perfect product.”

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All-touch BlackBerry Leap launches with $275 price tag

The Leap will run BlackBerry 10 OS and cost $275 unlocked when it goes on sale in April. The smartphone has a 5-inch, 720 x 1280 pixel screen and is powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core processor from Qualcomm.

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PCH International Buys Design Portal Fab In Stock And Cash Fire Sale

PCH will keep the 35 remaining Fab employees on staff who are based out of the U.S. as part of the acquisition deal. Renee Wong, who has been Fab’s general manager, will continue handling day-to-day operations. PCH plans to invest more in the business, adding merchandising and marketing positions to the team. It will also be exploring ways to attract emerging designers.

51 Apple, Google no-poach settlement reportedly on road to approval
52 Xbox 360 owners will be tapped to preview latest updates - CNET
53 Larry Ellison - In Photos: 2015 Tech Billionaires
54 BlackBerry Plans Four Devices This Year, Including $275, Five-Inch Leap
55 IGN on Twitter
56 From Microsoft: Two New Lumia Smartphones to Upgrade Later to Windows 10
57 Uber acquires mapping startup deCarta
58 Publisher Revenues Down As Ebook Buying Slows
59 Captain America's Avengers: Age of Ultron Character Poster - IGN
60 Netflix reveals Orange Is The New Black, Wet Hot American Summer premiere dates
61 Withings Launches Android Support For Activité And Activité Pop
62 Project Spartan Leaked: Here's How Cortana Will Work in Microsoft's New Browser
63 CNET on Twitter
64 MIT Technology Review
65 My invention that made peace with lions
66 Unreal Engine is Now Free!
67 Why we love, why we cheat
68 How our microbes make us who we are
69 Scientists have figured out what makes Indian food so delicious
70 The story of the young pioneer girl with the tattooed face
71 What I learned from going blind in space
72 Why I must come out
73 When people of Muslim heritage challenge fundamentalism
74 On humanity
75 Sandisk's new 200GB microSD card has more capacity than most laptops
76 Brazil releases 'good' mosquitoes
77 The TheTechNewsBlog Daily
78 The life-long learner
79 Why ordinary people need to understand power
80 This Man Is Buying Up A Florida Neighborhood To Bring In Entrepreneurs And Artists
81 Top 99 Outstanding Women Voting 2015
82 CERN's supercollider
83 Exclusive: Uber acquires mapping startup
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85 Inside Alibaba, the Sharp-Elbowed World of Chinese E-Commerce
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