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Google Search: A visual history

That was one of the primary goals Larry Page and Sergey Brin set when they launched Google in 1998 as a privately owned search company. Since then, the Mountain View-based outfit has branched out, creating a mobile operating system, mapping service, cloud-based productivity apps, branded devices and, now, smart thermostats. All of those offshoots, however, always point back to the company's original aim: search. That baseline service is something Google's been making refinements to ever since its inception. A practice that continues to this day, with the company constantly improving upon the usability and design of its search-based offerings. This means cleaning up a UI when needed, and launching new features that serve up that much-lauded universal accessibility in short order. What may come across as a small box centered in a vast expanse of white is, as you'll see, actually something that's constantly evolved since '98. Google Search: A visual history See all photos 7

Android this week: OK Google Everywhere; Galaxy Tab 4 trio, Amazon Prime Data phone

Google could be expanding voice control beyond search and Google Now in Android with a new OK Google Everywhere feature. Samsung’s fourth iteration of the Galaxy Tab is coming as we wait to see if Amazon offers free mobile broadband with its smartphone.

U.S. judge rules search warrants extend to overseas email accounts

"A U.S. prosecutor cannot obtain a U.S. warrant to search someone's home located in another country, just as another country's prosecutor cannot obtain a court order in her home country to conduct a search in the United States," the company said. "We think the same rules should apply in the online world, but the government disagrees."

How to recover lost contacts on iOS and prevent it from happening again

Recently sent and received email  - The good thing about your contact list is that it is was full of people and businesses you keep in regular contact with. Rebuilding your contact list from scratch can happen surprisingly fast. From within Mail, you can tap on the “From” and select add to contact or add to existing contact. Since you are reading the email that was sent by someone you know, you should be able to quickly re-create a good portion of your email contacts.

Sony's online store will be the only place to buy its best phone

Sony's Xperia Z2 may be a big, powerful slab of a phone , but fans in the United States hoping to snag one in-person or with a contract are out of luck... for now, at least. The company just confirmed that neither it nor its tiny cousin the Z1 Compact will make their way to US store shelves "in the near future." The news comes as sort of bummer considering that Sony's Z2 has received pretty consistent acclaim so far, but hey -- at least Sony isn't completely full of bad news. An unlocked version of the Z2 will be available in the company's online store come the summer, though anyone hoping to nab one a pint-sized Z1 (which is no slouch either ) will have to ferret out some alternate sources. At least Xperia fans in need of a fix have at least one option: the Xperia Z2 tablet will be available here soon , and it's easily one of the best 10.1 Android tabs coming to market.

What you need to know about Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia

Perhaps these new partners are just open to the idea of launching a Windows Phone and are just waiting to see what happens after today's merger. After all, few if any of the listed companies have announced their plans, and the rumor mill is curiously dry. Granted, it's never a bad idea to have a partnership like this in your back pocket just in case it comes in handy. If any of Microsoft's partners (outside of Samsung) are worried about not getting equal treatment, they aren't speaking up about it -- of course, this wouldn't be anything new, since Nokia was considered the Windows Phone poster child ever since it started supporting the platform in 2011, so not much has actually changed in that sense.

Facebook-funded Silicon Valley police station, with free Wi-Fi, opens

The entry area has a large lounge-style space, with a couch and coffee table. One raised counter, adjacent to a window, has iPads, inviting visitors to browse city webpages and Facebook itself. There’s free Wi-Fi, and an ATM and small office of the San Mateo Credit Union—Belle Haven’s first bank branch. Next to the front door is a large bank of mounted screens showing live surveillance cameras from around the city.

Exclusive: Nike FuelBand engineers courted by Nest, Oculus, Intel, and Microsoft - CNET

Apple recruiters have also been in talks with Nike Digital Sport members since Nike began development on the FuelBand in 2011, the person said, but it's unclear what relationship the sportswear company has been building with Apple regarding the iPhone-maker's rumored wearable, which is either a smartwatch dubbed the iWatch or a FuelBand-like fitness band. That puts poaching efforts by Apple up in the air, though Nike's CEO Parker has hinted at a partnership.

As ridesharing firms expand, cities deploy cops in sting operations

This is a big battle in Pittsburgh. Our public transit system is bleeding money and the only cab company in town, Yellow Cab, is an absolute joke. Ask anybody in Pittsburgh, it's almost impossible to get a cab. You'll call and they'll say "a driver will be there in 45 mins". But the driver never comes. I've ridden in a cab twice in the 10 years I've lived here. The number of times I've called for a cab is far higher. Our new mayor has come out in support of Lyft and Uber, saying that he won't have the city police "chasing cars with pink mustaches" when they have better stuff to do. Yellow Cab has been fighting tooth and nail alongside the PUC to keep their monopoly in Pittsburgh.

Apple offers sleep/wake button replacement program for the iPhone 5

Apple today launched a new program that will replace faulty sleep/wake buttons in select iPhone 5 handsets. The program is live today in the U.S. and Canada and will expand to other countries on May 2.


The government could pass a law saying that everyone making under $100k a year had to use the exchanges and the number would still not matter as long as the pool of insured is large enough. That is why the number of enrolled verses the number who purchased insurance is so important. It's like slashdot that has user id numbers in the millions but less the 20,000 comments by probably 10,000 people a day (I pulled that off my ass considering that most stories get less than 500 comments and believe it to be high). So a lot of people created accounts but don't actually participate often outside of viewing maybe. Or maybe a twitter analogy might be better, 10,000 followers means exactly what when they don't run out and purchase whatever you are promoting or vote the way you would like them to. There was something about paid followers a while back where companies employed drones and clone accounts in order to up their numbers. And yet they don't purchase or vote (that we know of). So right now, all we know is that people made accounts. We don't know how many purchased a product that would make the exchanges sustainable.

If You Have A Mac, Memorize These 13 Keyboard Tricks Now

If you're going to spend your life with your hands hovering over a keyboard, you might as well do it right. Or at least make the experience as tolerable as possible.

Someone Recreated An Entire Country Using Minecraft Blocks

The people who play the block-building game Minecraft have created some impressive things over the course of the game's history. We've seen to-scale models of King's Landing (the capitol city in "Game of Thrones"), the Tower of Babel and even the detailed internal components of a computer built block by tiny pixelated block.

Leica's new camera is a stunning work of aluminum art

Earlier today, Leica unveiled its new Leica T camera system . It's an all-new mirrorless camera platform with a distinctly different design than anything Leica has produced before. Leica had a little help along the way: the company called upon Audi's design team to work on the project, and the final result looks very similar to an iPhone or other modern, unibody metal smartphone.

BEACONS: What They Are, How They Work, And Why Apple's iBeacon Technology Is Ahead Of The Pack

Beacons are a low-cost piece of hardware — small enough to attach to a wall or countertop — that use battery-friendly, low-energy Bluetooth connections to transmit messages or prompts directly to a smartphone or tablet. They are poised to transform how retailers, event organizers, transit systems, enterprises, and educational institutions communicate with people indoors. Consumers might even want to deploy them as part of home automation systems.

It's Adventure Time

McHale: I think we were just immature, or something. When we were just thinking about ideas, we were still like, buying stuff in 25-cent machines, and at this point I have a two-and-a-half-year-old son, and it starts changing as you get older, that you sort of forget—you don't forget how it is to be a kid, but you're not a kid. Suddenly you have responsibilities, you buy a house, you have taxes you're paying and all this stuff. So the things that are fun about childhood, and about life, you sort of start forgetting about. If you have a kid, you sort of find something new that's fun about life. But for kids, it's more about exploring the world, and finding strange secrets everywhere, and pushing the boundaries of what's possible and what's real, everything. And that was what was fun about Adventure Time , is the way the world was set up you can sort of go in any direction and find strange new things.

Your Netflix Bill Could Go Up Even More. Blame The Government

"If Netflix wants its content to work and to be appealing to customers, more appealing than the content that the cable company or ISP are offering themselves, then they're going to have to pay," said Derek Turner, a research director at Free Press, a nonpartisan advocacy group. "And their margins are quite thin, and that means they're going to have to pass those costs along to their consumers."

How We Love

Love is instinctive and essential, but what is it that brings certain people together? In this hour, TED speakers examine the mystery of connection and relationships.

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Meet the One, OnePlus' $299 Nexus killer

What's more, OnePlus took one step further and applied corresponding textures onto the back of the "silk white" and "sandstone black" versions. The white one is our favorite, as its special coating -- apparently made out of powdered cashew nuts -- gives a "baby skin" feel, which is most noticeable when you gently stroke it with your cheek. If you do get bored of the default covers, you'll be able to swap them out. You do so by first pin-ejecting the micro-SIM tray, followed by somehow prying open the back cover -- which we found to be quite tricky with our early production unit. As you can see, there will be a few nice genuine wooden covers, along with a denim version and a Kevlar version not shown here; though the company has yet to announce their availability.

Google+ Is Walking Dead | TechCrunch

Taking Gundotra’s place inside Google will be David Besbris, though we hear that parts of Google+ are under “the person responsible for Chrome,” according to one source. It’s not clear if this is Sundar Pichai, Google’s head of Chrome and Android, or why this would happen. “It’s complicated,” our source said. Google PR denies this account.

The Best Free Antivirus for 2014

While paid antivirus utilities tend to do the very best in our lab testing, there are plenty of excellent free antivirus choices, too. Because they are free, you can take the time to consider what's the best free solution for your situation. That's the nice thing about free antivirus; you're not locked in by your choice. You won't be wasting 40 or 50 dollars if you decide to switch. Which is best for you can depend on your situation.

Something strange in the neighborhood: 'Ghostbusters' fan art invades New York City

This past weekend, hundreds lined up to get into an art exhibit in Lower Manhattan. But this wasn't a typical gallery opening. There were no hors d'oeuvres or cocktails, and well-heeled patrons weren't shopping for artwork to hang in their multimillion-dollar lofts. No, on this Saturday night a small Tribeca gallery was the nexus of Ghostbusters fandom.

Pelican books take flight again

The leftish association with improvement – self and social – had always been part of the Pelicans. The wartime years were good ones for autodidacts. Orwell wrote that a "phenomenon of the war has been the enormous sale of Penguin Books, Pelican Books and other cheap editions, most of which would have been regarded by the general public as impossibly highbrow a few years back." One of the driving forces behind Pelican was the amiable, crumpled but well-connected WE Williams – "Pelican Bill" – an inspiring evangelist for the democratisation of British culture, who not only had ties to adult education (the WEA) but became director of the influential Army Bureau of Current Affairs, and during the war ensured the imprint thrived among servicemen. ( Koestler called these self-improvers the "anxious corporals".) A 1940 book on town planning went through a quarter of a million copies. Richard Hoggart later wrote of his time in the forces that "We had a kind of code that if there was a Penguin or Pelican sticking out of the back trouser pocket of a battledress, you had a word with him because it meant he was one of the different ones … every week taught us something about what might happen in Britain.

Solar Power Is Booming, But Will Never Replace Coal. Here's Why.

This is doable, for awhile. Electricity generation from solar PV generation nearly tripled from 2009 to 2010. It more than doubled in 2011. And more than tripled in 2012. Achieving such a growth rate is easy when you’re tiny, but the bigger the base the tougher it gets. Wind power is a good model — it managed to grow 19% last year from a much bigger base, to 168 million Mwh. But keep in mind that both wind and solar have to overcome the challenge of geography — developers install systems in the most windy and sunny spots first. The worse the location, the more panels or windmills you need to get the same amount of electricity. That’s why it’s less important how many megawatts of solar capacity gets installed, and more important how much actual electricity that gets generated by those panels. For all the talk of “grid parity” the simple reality is that even combined with far more power generation from natural gas, renewable alternatives will need decades to push out coal. And the irony will be that as demand for coal lessens, it will become cheaper and cheaper, making it even more attractive for the coal-burning power plants that survive the coming cull.

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.

SORTING - Visualizing sorting algorithms

Sorting a sequence of items is one of the pillar of Computer Science. A sorting algorithm is an algorithm that organizes elements of a sequence in a certain order. Since the early days of computing, the sorting problem has been one of the main battlefields for researchers. The reason behind this is not only the need of solving a very common task but also the challenge of solving a complex problem in the most efficient way. SORTING is an attempt to visualize and help to understand how some of the most famous sorting algorithms work. This project provides two standpoints to look at algorithms, one is more artistic (apologies to any real artist out there), the other is more analytical aiming at explaining algorithm step by step. This project does not want to teach the theory of sorting algorithms, there are amazing resources, books and courses for this purpose. SORTING is for the ones who want to see these algorithms under a different ligth and hopefully appreciate the processing and brain power behind these piece of genius that in many ways have changed the way we live.

HTC's head of design is leaving the company

Scott Croyle, the man responsible for the stellar designs of HTC's One smartphone line, is leaving the Taiwanese company. Having led HTC's industrial design and user experience teams since his One & Co studio was acquired in 2008, Croyle is now departing to work on his own projects. HTC confirmed Croyle's plans to The Verge , though the company describes the move as a "long-term transition" where he will remain involved with HTC product development in a consultancy role for a few months to come.

5 Ways to Make Water Taste Better (So You'll Drink More of It)

That said, water can't boost your health if you don't drink up—which is hard if you hate the taste. Sound familiar? Here are some great ways to add a hint of flavor to ordinary H20.

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How Earbuds Have Changed The Sound (And Business) Of Pop

I am a writer / composer / engineer / multi-instrumentalist based out of Brooklyn, New York. Some of my credits include Edfringe's Get Got (music and lyrics), the Secret Theater's Antigone (score), a few television pilots (Manahatta, Dropouts, The Minnesotan), and the short story Hills and Valleys (winner of the Henry Roth Award for Excellence in Fiction). My engineering experience ranges from musical theater (Get Got, Voiceless) to indie rock (Empire State Express, Prince Hal, Bulletproof Stockings) to jazz (Learning Curve's Gift). As a guitarist, pianist, bassist, and drummer, I have played with pop acts (Josh Groban), respected singer/songwriters (Hawksley Workman), and jazz greats (Sam Rivers). In the early 2000s, I fronted the band Adult Situations. You can follow me on twitter.

Here's The Math Formula To Pick The Perfect Spouse

Here's The Math Formula To Pick The Perfect Spouse

Understand The 5 Key Changes In Twitter's Big Redesign (And How You Get It)

Again the roots of this feature come from Facebook which filters user’s timelines to show ‘Top Stories’ by default. Facebook lets you change this (click the downward arrow beside ‘News Feed’ in the left column) but Twitter won’t so it will be fascinating to watch if there is a backlash from everyday users who feel they are now second class citizens.

Lost Andy Warhol works recovered from Amiga floppy disks - CNET

A bunch of ancient Amiga floppy disks aren't the greatest place for long-term storage of valuable artwork. Those disks have been in The Andy Warhol Museum's archive collection but were handed over to the Carnegie Mellon University Computer Club for a delicate extraction process. The Computer Club prides itself on an impressive collection of out-of-date hardware, making it the perfect choice to mine the Amiga files.

10 Worlds We Want in Kingdom Hearts 3 - IGN

Is it weird that my very first reaction to Disney purchasing Lucasfilm back in 2012 was excitement about the possibilities for Kingdom Hearts? It is? Ok, regardless, Star Wars seems like a shoo-in for Kingdom Hearts. While there are a galaxy of locations this level could take place in, I'd like to see Sora and the gang make their way through the Death Star from A New Hope. You could strap on a stormtrooper outfit, get a neat glowy keyblade, and team up with all of those heroes that we grew up with. I can already picture Donald wearing and blue and white garbage can and Goofy all glammed up in gold. Seriously though, if Square managed to pull off a rad Tron and Pirates of the Caribbean levels in Kingdom Hearts II, they could definitely handle a few droids, some space pirates, and a couple of wacky wizards.

Inside the ‘DarkMarket’ Prototype, a Silk Road the FBI Can Never Seize | Threat Level | WIRED

When a user wants to buy something, he or she sends an order message (“I’ll take ten of your finest MDMA doses”) to the seller. If the seller agrees, the buyer and seller together choose what DarkMarket calls an “arbiter.” Since the market doesn’t have any central authority, the arbiter’s job is to settle any disputes–to serve as a tie breaker in any stalemate that might arise if the deal goes sour. Both the buyer and seller can keep a list of approved arbiters, and one will be chosen at random from the overlapping names on their lists. “The arbiter is just another peer on the network,” says Swanson. “Just as anyone can be a buyer or seller, anyone can be an arbiter.”

5 Can't-Miss Apps: Opera Coast Browser and More

Opera Coast, Opera’s newest mobile browser that makes the entire web look like an app, rolled out to iPhone users this week. The browser is specially designed for iPhone screens, with gesture-based controls for easier navigation and predictive search. Opera Coast also features popular sites from around the web, including Reddit, Facebook, Digg and UpWorthy, and puts them front and center for easy content discovery. The browser's newest version syncs with the iPad version, so users get the same experience on both devices. Opera Coast is available for iOS .

David Foster Wallace was right: Irony is ruining our culture

One attribute of a move toward something greater is to reject the safety of ironic remove and risk the possibility of failure. In the mid-2000s, an acclaimed novel was published nearly annually that heralded a turn toward meaning-making, sincerity and redemption. Interestingly, each of the following novels had a few critical detractors who cried “sentimentality,” which goes to show the risk was taken. Marilynne Robinson’s “Gilead” (2004) is a novel of letters written from a dying pastor to his 7-year-old son. The old pastor’s reflections are mixed with anxiety and loneliness, but most of all, a deeply-felt reverence for the richness of everyday life. He revels in the beauty of two friends laughing, sunlight on a child’s hair and two kids “dancing around in [their] iridescent little downpour, whooping and stomping as sane people ought to do when they encounter a thing so miraculous as water.” He finds forgiveness and gratitude in the present, overcoming the grief of unresolved feelings and the pain of troubled relationships. In Mary Gaitskill’s “Veronica” (2005), the narrator Alison is an ex-fashion model sorting through bits of her life and friendship with Veronica, who died of AIDS.

Atari landfill in New Mexico to be dug up on Saturday; Ars will be on scene

Never wanting to miss an excavation, we've packed our bags, cashed in our frequent flyer miles, and booked our budget motel room to be on the scene when whatever is down there is dredged up—be it hunks of plastic housing and cartridge chips or distilled evil sent to us by a superior alien race and hidden by the ghost warriors employed by Atari, which was really a front for a supernatural crime-fighting ring  all along .

Knitted Food Photography Looks Good Enough to Eat

Art director and model maker Jessica Dance and photographer David Sykes bring a new meaning to the phrase "comfort food" with their delightfully fuzzy series of knitted food photography. "I thought It would be nice to create a series which encapsulates the mood of British cafes, fast food joints and burger vans, but with a woolly twist," Dance tells Mashable .

7 Things You Can do Right Now to Protect Your Vision

The majority of us spend all of our work and free time in front of one form of digital device or another. It’s not difficult to protect your eyes from damage caused by the light emitted from screens, it just requires some knowledge and minor adjustments.

Why You're Not Seeing More Smart Home Appliances

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 34 million unique visitors worldwide and 15 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.

Your Weekend Has 60 Hours--Here's How To Wring The Most Out Of Them

Two more tips:  (1)  Try doing something recreational for an hour or so before going home on a Friday evening to watch TV.  It starts the weekend early which makes it seem longer.  (2) Have you noticed how long it takes to travel to somewhere new, but the return trip seems very much shorter?  That's because new experiences provide more stimulation and time seems to pass more slowly.  So stretch your weekend by trying something new.  Visit somewhere you haven't been before, have coffee in a different coffee shop from the usual haunt, take a different route to an old destination, make time to do something totally new.  It can be refreshing and stimulating.

Tech Time Warp of the Week: Celebrate 25 Years of Game Boy With This Righteous Ad | Enterprise | WIRED

“They said it wasn’t humanly possible. But now you can have all the power and excitement of Nintendo right in the palm of your hands,” said an early Game Boy television ad, as a Boba Fett lookalike walked through the smoke and flames of some alien planet, stuck out his finger, fired a blue laser ray through the air, and created not just a Game Boy but an oh-so-’80s, denim-wearing teenager who was dying to play the thing (see below). Lucky for him, his new Game Boy comes preloaded with Tetris , the classic line-building videogame with that unforgettable theme song. But the awesomeness doesn’t stop there.

17 Things We Learned From Old Cartoon PSAs

We've compiled a list of these animated educational shorts from the '80s and '90s for your nostalgic viewing pleasure. If you don't recall, they really didn't want us to do drugs.

11 Adorable Animals With Uncontrollable Hiccups

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 34 million unique visitors worldwide and 15 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.

NBA Investigating Whether Clippers Owner Made Racist Rant on Tape

"We have heard the tape on TMZ . We do not know if it is legitimate or it has been altered. We do know that the woman on the tape — who we believe released it to TMZ — is the defendant in a lawsuit brought by the Sterling family, alleging that she embezzled more than $1.8 million, who told Mr. Sterling that she would 'get even.' Mr. Sterling is emphatic that what is reflected on that recording is not consistent with, nor does it reflect his views, beliefs or feelings. It is the antithesis of who he is, what he believes and how he has lived his life. He feels terrible that such sentiments are being attributed to him and apologizes to anyone who might have been hurt by them."

I analyzed more than a million bitcoin tweets. Here's what that looks like

In an effort to get a grip on how global a phenomenon bitcoin really is, I acquired data on more than 1.3 million tweets, spanning the month of February, about the crypto-currency. Here’s a breakdown of who’s tweeting, where and what they’re sharing.

5 Free Apps For Mapping Your Mind

Mindomo can’t be accused of minimalism. The app gets your point across clearly--options for text, image, format and more customization to put exactly what you had in mind, on “paper.” Collaborate with shared maps in real time, and embed images to cells to show exactly what you mean. The free subscription comes with one map at a time, but upgrading allows more potential for business use.

The Most Powerful Person At Every Age

Mike Nudelman/Business InsiderClockwise from top left: Prince George, Malala Yousafzai, David Karp, Edward Snowden, Michael Jordan, Vladimir Putin, Janet Yellen, and Warren Buffett. From Prince William and Kate Middleton's royal bundle of joy — third in line of succession to the British throne — to 98-year-old David Rockefeller, the oldest billionaire alive, it's evident that authority transcends shape, size, and age.

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52 Lucasfilm makes it official: New Star Wars films ignore Expanded Universe
53 Fatal Frame Sequel Heading to the Wii U - IGN
54 The Do's And Don'ts Of Texting Your Crush
55 The Limits of Big Data: A Review of Social Physics by Alex Pentland | MIT Technology Review
56 Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Definitive Oral History of a TV Masterpiece | Magazine | WIRED
57 How One Woman Hid Her Pregnancy From Big Data
58 Former Comcast and Verizon Attorneys Now Manage the FCC and Are About to Kill the Internet | VICE United States
59 Inside the Locked Room You Have to Solve Puzzles to Escape
60 Dragon Age: Inquisition Release Date Revealed - IGN
61 How Airbnb and Lyft Finally Got Americans to Trust Each Other | Business | WIRED
62 Here's Why Elder Care May Be The Next Billion Dollar Technology Opportunity
63 New York Goes to War Against Airbnb for Disrupting Hotel Business
64 13 Photos of Pastel Colors That Will Soften Your Mood #MashPics
65 OperationSAFE is on JustCoz!
66 Today's social-media object lesson: The NYPD tries for outreach and gets backlash
67 Pixar: The math behind the movies - Tony DeRose
68 Drone flies through fireworks, gets explosive footage - CNET
69 Thanks to the Recession, Millennials Are Actually Pretty Frugal
70 Every Instagram Filter, Definitively Ranked
71 7 Ways To Build Your Courage Against Impossible Odds
72 Netflix Raising Streaming Subscription Price for New Users - IGN
73 Japan’s Plan for Centimeter-Resolution GPS - IEEE Spectrum
74 Let's Get Serious About Video Games
75 Twitter Tests 'Significant Engagement' Notifications on iOS
76 Project Plans Brain-Control Exoskeleton Kickoff for the 2014 World Cup | MIT Technology Review
77 ​Comixology cuts Apple, Google out of digital-comics kickback - CNET
78 The Sharing Economy Is About Desperation
79 Chipotle’s calorie labels are a lie
80 SpaceX wants to launch military payloads, protests Boeing and Lockheed dominance
81 How to Find Your Social Media Voice and Tone
82 AT&T creates $500M joint venture for a Netflix-style TV service
83 Korner Preview - CNET
84 The Virtual Reality Renaissance Is Here, But Are We Ready?
85 Nanotech Battery Breakthrough Promises 30 Second Smartphone Charging
86 Two weeks with Sol's solar-powered laptop
87 Researchers 'edit' faulty DNA to cure genetic disease in mice
88 Ronald McDonald Loses the Jumpsuit, Is Ready for His Selfie
89 The Creator Of One Of The World's Biggest And Most Powerful Websites Is Not Rich
90 Why can Nike dump the Fuelband? With friends like Apple, it doesn't need its own hardware
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92 The Economics of Writing a Book
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