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PCMag on Twitter

Random Access with Best Buy will be live at 10 EDT with the innovative @gotenna ! Watch here: http://fb.me/pcmag  pic.twitter.com/96GCgUZ3WA

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Forbes Welcome

"The world belongs to those who think and act with it, who keep a finger on its pulse."

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Build software better, together

Repository search looks through the projects you have access to on GitHub. You can also filter the results:

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Microsoft Build Developer Conference

Build is underway, watch it live at Channel 9 Microsoft continues to focus on enabling developers to do amazing work as businesses and industries transform in support of the shift to a cloud-first, mobile-first world. At Build 2016 we will present the latest tools and technologies and how they can help today’s developers be their most creative and productive. As always, Build is filled with strong technical sessions as well as opportunities to meet and learn from others in the industry. We’ll make sure the schedule is filled with solid content, and will strive to deliver some fun surprises along the way.

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Google has also been Ordered to Unlock 9 Android Phones

The legal battle between Apple and the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) over a locked iPhone that belonged to one of the San Bernardino shooters may be over, but the Department of Justice (DoJ) are back in front of a judge with a similar request. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has discovered publicly available court documents that revealed the government has asked Google’s assistance to help the Feds hack into at least nine locked Android smartphones citing the All Writs Act . Yes, Apple is not the only company facing government requests over privacy and security — Google is also in the list. The Google court documents released by the ACLU show that many federal agencies have been using the All Writs Act – the same ancient law the DoJ was invoking in the San Bernardino case to compel Apple to help the FBI in the terrorist investigation. Additionally, the ACLU also released 54 court cases in which the federal authorities asked Apple for assistance to help them access information from a locked iPhone . However, this is the first time it has confirmed that Google has also received such requests.

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Behind The Scenes At Karlie Kloss's New Coding Camp For Girls

This year's expansion into multiple dedicated Kode with Klossy camps was very much inspired by last year's Kode with Karlie experience at Flatiron. "We had an incredible experience last summer. The girls that I got to take classes with and got to FaceTime with and got to know in person were just brilliant," Kloss says. "One girl, I sat in on a class with her for the two-week period last summer and she was amazing, she is probably going to run for president and I will very much be her campaign manager [laughs]. She was really bright but never had much of a focus on computer science, she was very socially and philanthropically minded, always has had this passion for social good and not really sure what she wants to do with her profession. It was amazing to me to watch her go from not being able to write any lines of code to being able to build her own web app," Kloss says. "She's applying to college and wants to focus on computer science now because she recognizes that the kind of social impact and social good she wants to make in the world, she can use technology to actually build tools, to build whatever she wants and very much use that for social good.

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15 classic PC games you should play again

The key to Deus Ex is choice, both in terms of story and mechanics. Levels are almost infinitely replayable, due to the enormous number of ways you could approach each objective. This is level design stretched to its absolute limits, and never before nor since have we had a game that gave players this much freedom. No, not even in the game's two sequels.

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Microsoft: Windows Phone isn't our focus this year

Microsoft kicked off its Build developer conference in San Francisco with a focus on Windows 10, bots, and developer tools, but there was something missing: Windows Phone. A single demo of Skype running on a Windows Phone was the only time a phone running Windows 10 Mobile appeared for longer than a few seconds, and it felt like Microsoft was more focused on Windows 10 for Xbox and HoloLens. I got the chance to speak to Windows chief Terry Myerson briefly after today's keynote, and it's clear Microsoft's focus isn't on phones this year.

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Windows 10: The best tricks, tips, and tweaks

Others, though, simply let you mold some of Windows 10’s new features into the shape you see fit. Here are some of the most useful Windows 10 tweaks, tricks, and tips we’ve found. Be warned: Some of these may break as the operating system evolves, given Microsoft’s new “Windows as a service” mentality, though we plan to update this article over time (most recently with goodies from the big November update ). Got any tricks of your own? Share them in the comments!

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Canadian Judge Orders VICE News Journalist to Hand Over Digital Messages | VICE News

VICE's lawyer, Iain MacKinnon, said similar production orders could become more common in Canada if police know they can easily obtain notes and recordings from journalists. "It could have a very real chilling effect on the willingness of people and witnesses speaking to journalists," said MacKinnon. "If people realize that what they say to a journalist could easily be handed over to police and used as part of a criminal investigation, that may scare somebody off in speaking to a journalist. That is a very real concern that, unfortunately, the judge did not address in his reasons, even though it was raised as a factor he should consider."

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Micah Grimes on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

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Here comes the Tesla Model 3!

AP Photo/Ringo H.W. ChiuElon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors Inc., unveils the company's newest products, Powerwall and Powerpack in Hawthorne, Calif., Thursday, April 30, 2015. When Tesla was founded 13 years ago, its ambitions were never to be just a one-hit wonder.

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Tesla finally unveils the Model 3: Its first car for the masses

At long last, here’s our first look at the Tesla Model 3, the company’s debut mass-market electric car starting at $35,000 and (perhaps) launching next year.

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Florida Is Screwed

As humanity continues to pump carbon into the sky, the models that predict Earth’s future are becoming increasingly complex and detailed. And yet, they’re zeroing in on a simple conclusion: if we don’t get our act together fast, Florida is totally screwed. Along with a bunch of other coastal cities around the world.

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Tesla Model 3 Unveil

#Model3 Tweets

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Postmates Starts $10 Monthly Unlimited Delivery Service

One such startup, Postmates Inc., is taking direct aim at Amazon’s $99-a-year membership with an unlimited service of its own. For $9.99 a month, customers can get unlimited delivery of prepared foods as well as some other merchandise in less than an hour from thousands of stores in about three dozen cities, provided orders are at least $30.

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Reddit deletes surveillance 'warrant canary' in transparency report

Reddit deleted a paragraph found in its transparency report known as a “warrant canary” to signal to users that it had not been subject to so-called national security letters, which are used by the FBI to conduct electronic surveillance without the need for court approval.

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Here comes the Tesla Model 3!

AP Photo/Ringo H.W. ChiuElon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors Inc., unveils the company's newest products, Powerwall and Powerpack in Hawthorne, Calif., Thursday, April 30, 2015. When Tesla was founded 13 years ago, its ambitions were never to be just a one-hit wonder.

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Here comes the Tesla Model 3!

AP Photo/Ringo H.W. ChiuElon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors Inc., unveils the company's newest products, Powerwall and Powerpack in Hawthorne, Calif., Thursday, April 30, 2015. When Tesla was founded 13 years ago, its ambitions were never to be just a one-hit wonder.

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Why People Are Already Getting in Line for the Tesla Model 3

Tesla will begin taking reservations for the Model 3 when showrooms around the world open at 10 a.m. Thursday, regardless of time zone. But the Australians who are the first to sign up might be some of the last to receive their cars. Instead, the rollout will start for priority groups in California and move east from there, eventually reaching buyers in Europe and Asia. People who drive on the left side of the road are last in line. 

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There's No Excuse for Not Backing Up Your Computer. Do It Now.

At least once a month, some friend or family member asks me how to recover data from a failed hard drive. I help them as best I can, but in my head, my answer is always the same: “go back in time and back up your computer like you know you should’ve.”

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Important update about the Wallet Card

There are 2 important dates to keep in mind. We’re retiring the Wallet Card on June 30, 2016, and you’ll no longer be able to add money to your Wallet Balance after May 1, 2016. Any transactions made with your Wallet Card after June 30 will not be processed. Any pending transactions made before June 30 will still post to your account.

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Tesla’s Model 3 event: Everything we know, plus how to watch live

Like an iPhone launch , excitement for the Model 3 among the Tesla faithful has just about boiled over today despite the car’s expected late 2017 release. Today fans lined up outside Tesla showrooms globally to put a $1,000 deposit down on a vehicle they’ve never seen. Surely GM and the like are envious of the hype (regardless of however many cars Tesla has shipped so far).

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https://news.slashdot.org/story/16/03/31/2343240/microsoft-denies-edge-is-getting-a-native-ad-blocker?utm_source=slashdot&utm_medium=twitter

A built in ad blocker would be the ONLY reason I would ever try Edge. It seems designed to sell MS products and ads. I will remain forever wedded to Firefox, and if it goes away, then Chrome. With good strong protection from tracking and ads of course. I am of the belief that ads try to replace my own reasoning with the reasoning of the ad. I find it intrusive and offensive, unless I have sought out the ad.

25 Sure, why not? FBI agrees to unlock iPhone for Arkansas prosecutor

The FBI, which just a few days ago was attempting to convince the country of its helplessness in the face of encrypted iPhones, has generously offered its assistance in unlocking an iPhone and iPod for a prosecutor in Arkansas, the Associated Press reports.

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Tesla unveils its $35,000 Model 3 for the masses

The $35,000 vehicle is designed to seat five adults comfortably and can travel 215 miles on a single charge. It goes from 0-60mph in six seconds. CEO Elon Musk presented the car on stage and announced that the company’s Autopilot 3 self-driving feature as well as supercharging capability will be available as standard.

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Markdown-friendly Simplenote comes to Windows and Linux

It’s also worth noting that the Windows and Linux versions of Simplenote are open-source, which means you can tinker with the code and customize it to better suit your needs.

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Video Ads Are Coming to Facebook Instant Articles

Facebook FB -0.52 % is making further changes to the advertising policies for its Instant Articles product and will now enable publishers to place video ads into content they post on the platform.

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Zaha Hadid Was One of the Most Polarizing Architects of Our Time

Zaha Hadid has died suddenly at age 65 from a heart attack. As the first woman architect to achieve notable celebrity, Hadid’s prolific and geographically diverse commissions mean that she will likely remain the best-known woman architect on the planet for many years. But her work was also incredibly controversial— not just the design of her structures, but the clients she chose to design them for.

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A Lot Riding on Tesla’s Model 3 Unveiling

@Joseph Breton   @Greg Brance - Did you just say that the taxpayers gets some it's investment back from Boeing when the govt purchases military and government aircraft at lower prices?  What fantasy world do you live in?  Tesla was founded even before the EV tax credit came into existence.  The EV tax credit also doesn't apply just to Tesla.  You purchase a EV for any manufacturer you can get the credit.  Tesla has always been upfront about it's game plan for EV manufacturing.  Step #1 produce a low volume EV sports car to demonstrate the power of a Lithium Ion batteries in a EV, this was the Tesla Roadster.  Step#3,  produce high-end cars Model S and Model X to gain experience with EV manufacturing and the technology.  Step #3,  produce a high volume mass market car, Model 3.   You are now complaining that Tesla is moving onto to step 3?

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Untethered and unguided: Our first deep look at HoloLens

Now that I knew how to start and quit the apps floating around me, I was set for a barrage of demos. The first app I tried was a browser. The Engadget website was preloaded in front of me (it was the live site, too, I refreshed to check the front page stories). After messing around with the Internet projected on a wall, I quickly launched into RoboRaid, a first-person shooting game that used spatial mapping of the room (done at the beginning of the demo) to project alien enemy creatures on the walls around me. Seconds into the game, I heard crunching sounds on my left and I swiftly turned to spot the mini-Transformers-looking creatures bursting out of the walls. I saw them, zapped them, destroyed them. They hurled fireballs at me that I dodged. The game was straightforward. But it illuminated the profound possibilities of projections that are loaded with 3D sound.

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17 April Fools' pranks for couples brave enough to test their relationship

Now, before you get any brilliant ideas, just remember that whatever prank you pull on your significant other will probably result in a trick being played on you. So, if you pick a fight, be prepared for war.

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Opinion: 5 Reasons Why I Loved Batman v Superman - IGN

Even though Batman v Superman is only the second instalment in this particular DCEU, we get thrown into a world that feels like it’s five or six movies deep and doesn’t come across as another origin story. We get introduced to this Batman who has been stalking the streets of Gotham for decades and has already lost Robin and Wayne Manor. It’s a world where Aquaman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, and Cyborg are all active and (secretly) documented. We’re expected to know who Wonder Woman is and to figure out her motivations for ourselves. None of the story details are spoonfed to us, and we are meant to come to our own conclusions and realizations. The dots are all there, and it’s up to the audience to connect them, which is a nice change from movies that explain everything from the beginning.

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A US court just ruled that Uber's CEO must face the price-fixing lawsuit filed by passengers

Thomson ReutersFile photo of Uber CEO Kalanick speaking to students during an interaction at IIT campus in Mumbai Travis Kalanick, the chief executive of Uber Technologies Inc, failed on Thursday to win the dismissal of an antitrust lawsuit accusing him of scheming to drive up prices for passengers who use the popular ride-sharing service.

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Tesla Model 3 pre-orders open with hundreds in line video

[MUSIC] Gadget fans are very well aware of lining up all night to get their favorite toy, but what about car fans? That's exactly what's happened here at Corte Madera in northern California as 200 plus Tesla fans lined up to put their name and their money down For a Model 3 site unseen. The refundable deposit was $1,000 and the first person in the line was here from 4:00 p.m. yesterday. Now, the line stretched all the way around the shopping center and followed large lines in other cities. Around the world outside Tesla stores such as in Sidney, Australia. Now we don't know much about the model three apart from a range of around 200 miles on a charge. [UNKNOWN] will reveal full details of about the Model 3 in a press conference later tonight on March 31. It also comes on another day when there were pre-orders, and actually units available for another little gadget that lots of people like to line up for, the iPhone SE, and the iPhone and Tesla stores are actually side-by-side right here in Corte Madera.

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Microsoft launches Power BI Embedded in public preview

Microsoft today announced a free public preview of Power BI Embedded, a version of the Power BI business intelligence (BI) service that can be tucked inside of other applications.

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Here's a Crazy Trick to Free Up Space On Your Phone: Rent a Movie

Early April Fools joke, or so we thought. But I loaded my beat up iPhone 5 with music until it was bursting at the gills and then attempted to rent Peter Jackson’s 6.83 gigabyte masterpiece. Lo and behold, I had gained almost 200 megs out of nowhere. Three more rentals and my overstuffed phone had gone from a meager 381 megs to a full 1.2 gigs of free space.

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Digital Trends on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

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How Google Maps got its groove back for April 1

In fact, the Google Maps Twitter account has changed its name to Groovy Maps, complete with a lot of Funky Town references. But at the moment that seems to be it... and we normally expect a little more from Google for its April Fools' games.

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http://www.androidguys.com/2016/03/30/snapchat-2-0-released-with-new-chat-tools-and-features/

You can start by sending a few chats, and when your friend shows up, start talking or video chatting instantly with one tap. Your friend can simply listen if you want to sing them a song, or watch if you have a new puppy to show them. If they aren’t there, you can quickly send an audio note to say what you mean. And sometimes, a sticker says it best

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Microsoft wants to change how devs make Windows apps forever

There’s a simpler reason to speed up UWP development, too: they’re the only apps available via the Windows Store. For Kevin Gallo, Microsoft’s vice president of Windows Developer, it’s even a bit personal. His daughters, like so many others, would often discover software via Web search, where they are much more likely to come across malware-laced downloads. Keeping apps on the Store helps keep users safe.

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iPad Pro 9.7 review: Apple's best tablet, but it won't replace a laptop

Curiously, the 9.7-inch model is in some ways more impressive than the original. For starters, it features the iPhone 6s's 12-megapixel rear camera with a f/2.2 lens (tourists, rejoice!). I won't dwell on it since I've basically reviewed the same camera sensor three times now; suffice to say it's the best camera ever put in an iPad and you'll be able to capture some primo shots if tablet photography is your thing. Oh, and the plastic panel on the back of 3G models has been placed with an iPhone-like antenna band, too. Now it's time for some nitpicking: The antenna band carved into the LTE Pro's aluminum body isn't completely even, and I can't un-see it. On the plus side, the camera lump on the back doesn't make the iPad wobble when it's resting face-up on a table -- iPhone 6s owners can't say the same.

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Amazon just added a ton of new Dash buttons, and they're bougie AF

So if you’re the kind of person who needs to have Trojan and Red Bull Dash buttons sitting comfortably in your home, now you can do you. Because this is it, guys. This… is the future.

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FCC proposes new restrictions on how broadband providers share data

Most of us understand that the social media we join and the websites we visit collect our personal information, and use it for advertising purposes. Seldom, however, do we stop to realize that our ISP is also collecting information about us. What’s more, we can choose not to visit a website or not to sign up for a social network, or we can choose to drop one and switch to another in milliseconds. But broadband service is different. Once we subscribe to an Internet Service Provider—for our home or for our smartphone—most of us have little flexibility to change our mind or avoid that network rapidly. Our ISPs handles all of our network traffic. That means an ISP has a broad view of all of its customers’ unencrypted online activity – when we are online, the websites we visit, and the apps we use. If we have mobile devices -- and I have had a mobile device since 1983 – our providers can track our physical location throughout the day in real time. Even when data is encrypted, our broadband providers can piece together significant amounts of information about us – including private information such as a chronic medical condition or financial problems – based on our online activity.

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Visual Studio on Twitter

http://spr.ly/6014BiJCe  - Great news! Get Xamarin for free as part of #VSCommunity . #VisualStudio #Build2016 pic.twitter.com/FHKOdiH4rl

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Microsoft Build Developer Conference

Build is underway, watch it live at Channel 9 Microsoft continues to focus on enabling developers to do amazing work as businesses and industries transform in support of the shift to a cloud-first, mobile-first world. At Build 2016 we will present the latest tools and technologies and how they can help today’s developers be their most creative and productive. As always, Build is filled with strong technical sessions as well as opportunities to meet and learn from others in the industry. We’ll make sure the schedule is filled with solid content, and will strive to deliver some fun surprises along the way.

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Microsoft Build Developer Conference

Build is underway, watch it live at Channel 9 Microsoft continues to focus on enabling developers to do amazing work as businesses and industries transform in support of the shift to a cloud-first, mobile-first world. At Build 2016 we will present the latest tools and technologies and how they can help today’s developers be their most creative and productive. As always, Build is filled with strong technical sessions as well as opportunities to meet and learn from others in the industry. We’ll make sure the schedule is filled with solid content, and will strive to deliver some fun surprises along the way.

48
Apple Releases iOS 9.3.1; Addresses Crashing Bug When Opening Links

Apple said they would address the issue , and, sure enough, the company has officially released a new, updated version of the mobile operating system that primarily addresses this bug. The new software is version 9.3.1, and it’s available right now as an over-the-air (OTA) upgrade for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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Tesla unveils its $35,000 Model 3

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has stated on many occasions that introducing high-end vehicles was a means to eventually bring an affordable electric vehicle to market . Today the automaker finally unveiled the physical manifestation of that plan. The $35,000 (before federal tax credits) Model 3 sedan made its world debut at an event in Los Angeles. On stage, Elon Musk announced that the car will have at least 215 miles of range, 0-60 in under six seconds, and every single one will have Supercharging as a standard feature. Even before the car was unveiled, Elon says pre-orders have already topped 115,000.

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Kanye West Lied, Life of Pablo Streaming Not Just on Tidal

Kanye is a stakeholder in Tidal, the streaming music service which Jay Z acquired last year and rebranded as a business that would serve the interests of artists, rather than those of music and tech executives. It’s meant to be fairer for artists and to offer a better listening experience to fans. The biggest selling point for actual humans has been exclusives from the likes of Prince, Rihanna, Lil Wayne, and most recently of course, Mr. West.

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58 'Making a Murderer' lawyer Dean Strang to host true-crime docuseries
59 Hackaday Los Angeles Meetups
60 Beyoncé has slayed athleisure for 16 years of your life
61 Amazon in talks to buy stake in mapping company HERE: sources
62 Feel the Burn?: STD clinic lifts Bernie Sanders' slogan
63 Everything Microsoft announced at Build 2016 so far
64 FBI Might Never Tell Apple How They Broke Into iPhone
65 Photoshop Contest: Who Should Be the New Owners of the Country's Only Basket-Building?
66 So You Got an iPhone SE. Here’s How to Get All Your Stuff on It
67 Snapchat is back up after issues took it down for some users for three hours
68 Online Backup Faceoff: CrashPlan vs. Backblaze
69 A Wannabe Supervillain Built His Own Thermite Cannon
70 Jay Z Says He Got Ripped Off On Tidal
71 Orbital survival simulator 'Adr1ft' floats to Vive in May
72 Google shocked this man by offering sympathy on the death of his father
73 Intel’s new Broadwell Xeon server CPUs offer up to 22 cores per socket
74 FanDuel and DraftKings Are Getting Out of College Sports (For Now)
75 This Vape is Like Shooting Vodka After Years of Gin
76 Major Toshiba laptop battery recall issued after faulty units overheat and literally melt
77 Gartner: Era of Double-Digit Smartphone Growth is Over
78 Miitomo hits No. 1 on U.S. iOS App Store in less than 24 hours
79 FCC expands Lifeline to help the poor pay for Internet access
80 Cellebrite is the FBI's go-to phone hacker
81 Microsoft denies Edge is getting a native ad blocker
82 Here's why consumers are increasingly turning to streaming media devices to view content
83 Adam Savage Goes Incognito to Comic Con as Hellboy
84 Whistle’s “Fitbit for dogs” acquired by Mars Petcare
85 Three Ways to Make a Rocket From a Bottle (Bonus: GIFs!)
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