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Wavii Founder Leaves Google | TechCrunch

Lots of Google executives are at the Re/Code Code conference in Rancho Palos Verdes this week. But at least one of them won’t be a Google executive for very much longer.

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Beyond Gravity: the complex quest to take out our orbital trash

The US recognized the importance of SSA early, Crowther noted, yet even the American system has gaps over Earth’s Southern Hemisphere. Other nations have far more limited coverage, as good SSA requires a globally distributed, integrated network of radars and telescopes. Unfortunately, SSA remains primarily the province of national militaries, so there’s a reluctance to share data (the US being the exception) even when it’s in everybody’s interests. “The data largely is out there, but those who possess it tend to keep it to themselves," Crowther said. He believes we won’t come to grips with orbital debris until an international data-sharing arrangement lets us understand the totality of what’s up there.

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Microsoft CEO Has No Plans to Spin-off the Xbox Business - IGN

The statement follows  reports that investors were keen for the company to put all its attention on software, and abandon what they saw as non-essential product lines.  Microsoft founder Bill Gates inadvertently added fuel to the fire last month when he said he would support Nadella if the Xbox division was indeed separated from its parent company.

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The Girl Whose Cancer Battle Inspired "The Fault In Our Stars" Wrote A Heartbreaking Letter To Her Future Self

i hope that if you still have your cancer, at least it will be gone enough for you to be off oxygen. and if it’s not, just remember to use that Ocean Spray to keep your nostrils moist :] and i hope you’ve tried to talk to more people that also have cancer. in the world, there’s not ONLY boring people with cancer. there are people that are awesome, but maybe you just haven’t met them yet. you never will if you don’t try.

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Your Princess Is in Another Castle: Misogyny, Entitlement, and Nerds

We are not the lovable nerdy protagonist who’s lovable because he’s the protagonist. We’re not guaranteed to get laid by the hot chick of our dreams as long as we work hard enough at it. There isn’t a team of writers or a studio audience pulling for us to triumph by “getting the girl” in the end. And when our clever ruses and schemes to “get girls” fail, it’s not because the girls are too stupid or too bitchy or too shallow to play by those unwritten rules we’ve absorbed.

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Forget Robots. We’ll Soon Be Fusing Technology With Living Matter | Business | WIRED

At the conference, WIRED sat down with Joi Ito, the director of the MIT Media Lab and one of the event’s planners, to discuss this phenomenon of convergence, where bits from the digital realm are fusing with atoms here in the physical world (see gallery above). Experimentation is spreading, he says, and it won’t stop at gadgets. For Ito, the next great engineering platform will be living matter itself.

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X-Men Have More Worries Than Just the Past [COMIC]

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Qatari Campaign Asks Tourists to Cover Up, Please

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.

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Instagram Develops Into Career Path For Photographers

These days, having a large following on social media is about more than bragging rights. It can actually bring clients to your door.  Carli Kiene ( @inkedfingers ) was, in her words, “just another Austin photographer” shooting weddings and portraits with her husband and business partner when she joined Instagram in 2010. After being highlighted on the app’s Suggested Users list, Carli’s following rocketed into the thousands (she now has more than 220,000). It wasn’t long before  Tiffany & Co Tiffany & Co . came calling, wanting to use her images on their own social media feed. Today, a significant portion of Carli’s income is from advertising clients, an avenue she never explicitly pursued.  The commercial work, “can be very lucrative,” says Carli. “Today’s rates for social media campaigns are about three times higher than what we could get even a couple of years ago. I’m able to pay off my student loans.” But what’s even better, she emphasizes, is the artistic freedom that comes with the assignments. “With social media there’s no art director involved. We get 100% creative control because the brands are coming to us for our style.

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Show Us How One Small Action Leads to Another For Our Vine Challenge

If it weren't for Pete's passion for science and exploration of technology and the digital world, he would not have written his first post in July 2005 and started Mashable.com. Over the last nine years, Mashable has continued this passion and exploration to report on a range of topics from Google Glass to climate change, and to reach 35 million unique visitors each month and 16 million social media followers around the world.

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16 Apps and Devices for Wedding Planning

Solution? Ease every step in the process by injecting some much-needed tech along the way. From staying fit (you should be comfortable enough to dance in that dress or tux!) to selecting a venue, these apps and devices will help the process of getting hitched go off without a hitch.

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Rise Of The Sticker Economy: 99-Cent Fire-Breathing Cats For Sale

This desire to spend $100 on a digital spliff is the same basic human craving Aguilar saw at Zynga, which has a thriving virtual goods business in tricked-out FarmVille tractors. At Zynga they called it “invest and express.” Stickers and smaller emoji symbols are one way to cope with the never-ending teen angst over their “likes” tally, and are accelerating a broader social trend away from communicating with text.

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R.I.P. Massimo Vignelli, One Of The Greatest 20th Century Designers

Vignelli met his future wife, Lella, at an architecture convention and they married in 1957. Three years later, they opened an “office of design and architecture” in Milan, designing for European firms like Pirelli, Rank Xerox, and Olivetti. The pair moved to New York City in 1965, and by 1971, they’d established Vignelli Associates. He made his arrival in New York known in a big way, with his drastic redesign of the New York City subway map. After the map's introduction by the MTA on August 7th, 1972, complaints from straphangers started flooding in--about stations that seemed misplaced, about its weirdly square-shaped rendering of Central Park, about water that was beige instead of blue. (Vignelli was strongly opposed to focus groups, and they'd released the map without prior consumer research.) Instead of striving for geographical accuracy, Vignelli had turned the labyrinthine tangle of subway lines into a neat, clear diagram. Color-coded lines ran at 45- or 90-degree angles, and each station was represented as a dot. Design geeks loved this elegant translation of a messy reality into a sleek "System Map," as Vignelli called it.

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http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2014/05/27/cnn-retracts-report-saying-manhattan-sized-killer-asteroid-will-hit-earth-on-march-35-2041/

CNN has pulled down a report posted to its iReport project  — which allows citizen journalists to report on breaking news stories — claiming that astronomers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory were tracking a Manhattan-sized asteroid that could “extinguish life on Earth in less than 30 years from now.”

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Lenovo Defies The Odds, Outperforms Overall PC Market And Overtakes Apple

Many experts—and I use that term loosely—have been predicting the death of the PC for quite some time now. While it is true that the overall PC market has been struggling as of late, it is not a market that is going to disappear anytime soon. In fact, with the right strategy and product stack, it is still possible to thrive, even under the relatively poor current market conditions.  Need proof?  Look no further than Lenovo’s results for its fourth fiscal quarter and full-year, which ended March 31, 2014. The company released the details yesterday .

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The Hackaday Prize

You can begin work on an entry right now, and getting started couldn’t be easier. The build details for your entry need to be documented on Hackaday.io . Getting an account is as easy as typing in your email and choosing a password. Make your entry readable, make it graphic, and you can win. The grand prize is trip to space, there are several top prizes, and many many other prizes awarded along the way based on how the community responds to your ongoing work.

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http://blog.uber.com/uberimpact

Jason Bow worked as a cab driver for two years before he turned to Uber X [sic] . . . as an Uber X [sic] driver, he makes more for less: a 40-hour workweek nets him about $1,500… ‘I get to create my own schedule, and that’s what’s most attractive to me,’ he says.”

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Will Google Glass Live Up To Its Hype In The Classroom?

I’m a freelance journalist specialising in education. My career so far has taken in regional and national newspapers and magazines; now I write for publications including Forbes, The Daily Telegraph and the Guardian. A lot has changed since I started covering education as a wide-eyed junior reporter in the early 1990s, not least the role of technology in the classroom, but as long as perfection remains just out of reach there will be plenty to discuss. I’ve been hooked on news since setting up a school magazine at 15, but these days I stick to reporting and let someone else sell the adverts, set the crossword and staple the pages together.

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Crushing Blow for Copyright Trolls: Appeals Court Halts AF Holdings' Extortion Scheme

The plaintiff in this case, AF Holdings, sought the identities of more than 1,000 Internet users that it claims are linked to the illegal downloading of a copyrighted pornographic film. Over the protest of the Internet service providers that received subpoenas for those identities, a lower court approved the disclosure of the names. EFF, joined by the American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of the Nation's Capital, Public Citizen, and Public Knowledge, urged the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit to reverse that ruling and help keep the legal process fair and balanced by requiring AF Holdings to show it has a good faith basis for going after these defendants.

20 Blinded By The Sun: How Much Do Solar Panels Really Cost?

No, I do not work for SunPower. I am a 63 year old male designing and selling SunPower, Solar World, Silicone Energy and Itek Energy solar energy systems in Washington state. SunPower panels are simply the best solar PV panel made in America and many other places in the world. I would submit that any innovation we may see in Chinese PV panels is probably through reverse engineering and trade secret theft. Our little all employee owned company Sunergy Systems gave me a new career at 60 years of age after I got dumped from my previous company after 28 years of loyal service. I could not be happier with my new job. The solar industry now employes over 150,000 Americans like me and that is something we should cheer about.

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Does money make you mean?

It's amazing what a rigged game of Monopoly can reveal. In this entertaining but sobering talk, social psychologist Paul Piff shares his research into how people behave when they feel wealthy. (Hint: badly.) But while the problem of inequality is a complex and daunting challenge, there's good news too. (Filmed at TEDxMarin.)

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Report: Apple Wants To Make The iPhone The Hub For Your Smart Home

Apple already sells Nest thermostats as well as wireless audio gear, so it has some insight into consumer appetite for smart-home devices. It may also have an advantage over other players in the smart-home market—a reputation for protecting privacy. Already, people worry that Google will start using data from its users' smart homes to target advertising. (Google's recently acquired Nest subsidiary has denied having such plans, but a recent filing by Google suggests other Google-powered devices might do so.) We'll be watching Apple’s announcements next week closely to see how it plans to reassure consumers while it woos developers.

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Microsoft’s Most Clever Critic Is Now Building Its New Empire | Enterprise | WIRED

The company’s decision to refashion Azure as a service where businesses could run practically any software, including Linux, says Russinovich, was a direct response to discussions with longtime Microsoft customers. They wanted a way to move their existing software into the cloud, rather than just building new applications to suit Azure’s very specific architecture. “We needed to give them an on-ramp,” he says, and that’s what he helped design. It’s this kind of simple customer interaction, Russinovich explains, that shows how Microsoft is now aligning with his personal values. “It’s really just following some basics that can get lost in the heat of the drive to grab revenue and maximize profits: look at what you’re doing through the eyes of the customer, treat the customer with respect, and assume the customer is smart,” he says.

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iPhone in the Car: Get Up Close With Apple CarPlay

The systems can be bought at Best Buy, and Pioneer suggests hiring Best Buy's Geek Squad to implement the new infotainment center into the car. Get Apple CarPlay without getting a whole new car via Pioneer starting early Summer. You'll need a Lightning-cable-connected device (iPhone 5, 5S, or 5C), a data plan to use Messages or Maps, and iOS 7.1 or later. Scroll down to get an up-close-and-personal look at Apple CarPlay!

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12 Unusual Ways To Spur Creativity During Meetings

Holding brainstorming sessions is easy. It's the actual brainstorming that's tough -- and often ineffective. As the boss, how do you get your team to come up with great ideas on the spot, and then actually follow through? Members from Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) share some ideas.

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What Ars writers pay our Internet providers—and what we think about them

I used to get service outages sometimes, though I only know about them because Optimum contacts me about each one through a phone call or e-mail, which seems like a strange thing to do after the fact. I had a thrilling and harrowing experience haggling with them after my introductory rate ended, mostly because they are the only provider in the area aside from mobile tethering, and I was worried I was sending myself up the Internet creek when my entire job relies on having a connection. I got to the point where the representative said they'd only be too happy to disconnect my 10Mbps down/5Mbps up service for $60 a month, when would I like the service people to show up and kidnap my modem? After giving them a date and getting put on hold, they came back with both a speed bump and a discount.

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Five Best Mobile VoIP Apps

If you want to save some money on your wireless bill, ditch your minutes and use a mobile VoIP app to make your calls. It's not difficult, and many are either free or low-cost depending on who you call. Here are five of the best VoIP apps for your smartphone, based on your nominations.

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Amazon confirms its fight with publishing giant Hachette is real, and it's far from over

In some ways the move is just a formalizing of what Amazon  has been doing for weeks as it has negotiated with Hachette, primarily over the price of ebooks. In  a note in its forums , the company compares itself to a bookstore, saying that while it wouldn't cease sales of Hachette books, it has every right to essentially deter them. "A retailer can feature a supplier's items in its advertising and promotional circulars, "stack it high" in the front of the store, keep small quantities on hand in the back aisle, or not carry the item at all, and bookstores and other retailers do these every day." The note goes so far as to recommend that buyers look for Hachette books among its third-party sellers, or even buy from one of Amazon's competitors.

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7 Dramatic Storylines to Make Anyone a World Cup Soccer Fan

But for players and fans alike, the past still resonates. Making a World Cup is some ways an important marker for Bosnia and Herzegovina, yet its path to this point is still a source of tension, sadness and inspiration. The intersection of soccer and the country's violent political history underscores how sports pale in comparison to world events — but also the important role they can play in the bigger human experience of tragedy, healing and identity.

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IRL: A few weeks with HTC's One M8 Harman Kardon Edition

LiveStage is a different beast entirely, as it tries to make your music sound (what else?) more live and natural. The cynic would say it just adds more reverb to the mix... and that person wouldn't necessarily be wrong. If you're at all familiar with the sort of LiveAudio trickery Jawbone uses in its Jamboxes, you'll feel right at home with LiveStage. The effect manages to impart your tracks with a little simulated depth, but it just doesn't jibe with some songs that have been mixed in particular ways -- they'll feel different, and not necessarily right. Perhaps it's best to think of it as a mixed blessing: LiveStage can make a track sound more lifelike and atmospheric at the cost of losing some of its sheer oomph. Oh, and a minor niggle: When Clari-Fi and LiveStage are enabled, the status bar can get so crowded that the time actually gets pushed off the screen.

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#YesAllWomen Is The Arab Spring Of 21st-Century Feminism

On Friday, a violent rampage left seven people dead, including the gunman, near the University of California campus in Isla Vista, just outside of Santa Barbara, Calif. In a video manifesto the 22-year-old shooter, Elliot Rodger, shared online, he claimed that he wanted to punish the women who rejected him for years, despite being a “perfect guy.”

32 Toyota Phasing Out Battery Deal With Tesla In Its Long Running Beef With Batteries

I am currently a vice president at Eastwick Communications (I do not write about my clients and will disclose any potential conflicts of interest) and have been a technology writer for nearly two decades. I started at CRN covering distributors and Apple and then moved to CNET, where I helped manage the coverage for hardware, green tech, software and science for nearly 11 years. (I got tased for a story once too: it's like being dunked in boiling oil.). Between 2008 and 2011 I was a senior analyst and editor in chief of Greentech Media. I've spoken in Europe, Asia and the U.S. on green technology and hardware, appeared on 60 Minutes, represented multinational corporations as a lawyer in the late 80s and written special reports on the tech industries in Israel, the Middle East, China, India and Europe. One summer, I also gave out coupons for free nickels at a casino in Reno.

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50 Cent Delivers Worst Opening Pitch in History of Baseball

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Spotify alerts Android users to hack, new app now available (update)

It's not all good news over at Spotify HQ. The music streaming service says it's just investigated a security breach in which one unlucky user's account was hacked. Despite the apparently limited scale of the attack (at least compared to what happened to eBay last week), Spotify evidently considers the incident to be pretty serious: Over the next few days, it'll start asking users to re-enter their login details, and it'll also push out an update to folks who use the Android app -- a step that will additionally require any offline playlists to be re-downloaded. Meanwhile, if you're the person whose account is at the center of all this, then by now you should have received some special instructions all of your own.

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Why Uber, Not HP, Is The Future Of Technology

More and more major businesses and industries are being run on software and delivered as online services—from movies to agriculture to national defense. Many of the winners are Silicon Valley-style entrepreneurial technology companies that are invading and overturning established industry structures. Over the next 10 years, I expect many more industries to be disrupted by software, with new world-beating Silicon Valley companies doing the disruption in more cases than not.

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Hardware Whizzes Solve a Big Smartwatch Problem: Your Fat Fingers | Design | WIRED

Changing behaviors in an existing platform is tough, which is why smartwatches seem particularly positioned for interaction disruption. Much to certain companies’ chagrin, most of us have yet to spend any real time learning how to use the things. For what it’s worth, Harrison isn’t even sure the world is ready for the smartwatch—at least not in its current form. “It may be that smartwatches and Google Glass go into hibernation mode for 10, 15 years,” he says . “And then they come out, and there’s pent up demand and the apps are just right and boom, it’s a huge success.”

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Biologists Find New Rules for Life at the Edge of Chaos | Science | WIRED

Another instructive analogy, said biophysicist John Beggs of Indiana University, is of sand grains dropped one-by-one from a single point. For a long time, nothing much happens: a conical pile slowly accumulates. Eventually, however, it becomes so steep that the addition of just one more grain can trigger a miniature avalanche, though not in a predictable way. Avalanches can be small or large, and sometimes they don’t happen at all.

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How to Use Negative Psychology to Your Business Advantage

Probably the next time that person is out late at night, they’ll pay more attention to the public transport times or at least have some emergency cash on hand. The hotel guests will vet their choices more closely. The cable subscriber will get out of the plan at the first moment’s notice and discredit the company at every opportunity to prevent good people from having a bad experience.

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Hack for Democracy 2

Q: San Francisco? Are you a bunch of lefties? A: We have a variety of opinions on substantive issues like tax reform, education, healthcare, privacy, environment, etc… But none of that matters. In our corrupt system of government, none of us are being represented by our lawmakers. Restoring our representative democracy means that all viewpoints — left, right, and center — should compete in the marketplace of ideas. All are blocked by the influence of money. We need to work together to solve this problem.

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Citi Bikes Are a Wild Success, But Will They Survive?

Some believe those glitches have frustrated tourists who were unable to pay; the software interface didn't always accept credit cards. Visitors and anyone who purchases 24-hour passes are big sources of revenue for bike-share programs; day passes cost $9.95 each, opposed to yearly passes that only cost $95 (that's a savings of more than $3,500) But Citi Bike has not attracted tourists as expected, according to multiple people with knowledge of the program. That may have contributed to its current bout of financial trouble.

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Civilian buys spacesuit, wears it out in the world - CNET

Tim Dodd Photography In November of last year, Tim Dodd bought a spacesuit from a Russian auction site. On Tuesday, he posted a series of images on his Instagram account entitled "A day in the life of Everyday Astronaut," depicting himself wearing the spacesuit while he goes about daily activities. Related stories Next-gen NASA spacesuit gives serious sci-fi vibe While these activities might not involve floating around sans gravity in a space station far away, you'll get a chuckle out of seeing a man in an orange space suit mowing the lawn, walking the dog, and getting a cone from the local ice cream shop. So grab some Tang and some of those Dippin' Dots ice cream bags and check out the full set of images on Imgur . Tim Dodd Photography

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10 Surprising Pricing Strategies That Can Boost Sales

These examples clearly show important it is to test out different brackets of pricing. This is especially true if you believe you may be undercharging. Some customers are always going to want the most expensive option, so adding a super-premium price will give them that option and will make your other prices look better by comparison.

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The Half-Baked Security Of Our 'Internet of Things'

The two became neighbors again in 2012, Harutyunyan and his wife moving into the condo next door to the Shekyans. “Every evening, we go to one another’s house for a coffee or a cigarette,” says Shekyan. That December, Shekyan decided to buy a baby monitor for Christmas for his then three-month-old daughter. Many of his friends had raved about their Foscams, showing him how they could bring up the feed from the IP cameras on their iPhones and show him what was happening in their homes. He snapped one up on Amazon — where it was the first hit for “surveillance cam” — when he saw the price drop to $40. As he waited for it to be delivered, he re-read the description on the Amazon page – about the camera’s ability to send emails and text messages – and he started to become skeptical. “A camera cannot do all this for $40 and do it right,” he thought.

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Hackers demanding ransoms by locking iOS devices through Find My iPhone

Owners of iPhones and iPads in Australia are reportedly locked out of their devices until paying a ransom fee. The hack is taking advantage of Find My iPhone although the cause is likely account credential theft and not the software.

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Netflix Picks Its 'Daredevil': Charlie Cox of 'Boardwalk Empire'

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.

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Apple just patented the iPhone of your dreams

As we mentioned earlier, it’s highly unlikely that this process will be used for the iPhone 6, although that device could very well have a sapphire display . Liquidmetal inventor Atakan Peker said back in 2012 that it would probably take Apple between three to five years to use it in a mass-produced product so we’re likely looking at 2015 at the very earliest before an iPhone with Liquidmetal becomes a reality.

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6 Things Apple Should Fix In iOS 8

Dear Apple, we know you're swamped with WWDC. But could you please address these issues in iOS 8? Thanks, ReadWrite

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Bar Mixvah: A 3D-printed robot bartender you can make yourself - CNET

The Bar Mixvah holds five bottles and takes drink orders from any Internet-connected device. And you can build your own with a little know-how, a little cash, and a lot of patience.

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Uber Responds To London Black Cab Association's Protests About Its Legality

Posted on its blog today by Jo Bertram, Uber’s general manager in London, the embattled app explained that: “Uber has been fully licensed as a Private Hire Operator since our launch in London nearly two years ago, and we meet all the required private hire regulations. As per the regulations, cars using the Uber platform do not have a taximeter – TFL have confirmed that smart phones used by private hire drivers do not constitute the equipping of a vehicle with a taximeter.”

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Who needs opposable thumbs? Not this Jenga-playing cat - CNET

Internet, meet Moe. Moe is a cat who plays Jenga. For reals!

51 The 'alien in our backyard': creature can regrow its brain revealed
52 Inside Innoconn: Foxconn's new hardware startup incubator - CNET
53 Lessons from the Elliot Rodger Attack: Taking Online Threats Seriously
54 10 iOS Apps That Make Your Pictures Talk
55 The secret to making balls appear out of thin air - CNET
56 New $199 Toshiba Windows tablet shows why Surface Mini isn't needed
57 Tips for Crafting the Perfect Out-of-Office Email | Gadget Lab | WIRED
58 Klooff: like Instagram for your pets - CNET
59 Iranian judge summons Facebook CEO for breach of privacy
60 Why The Rubik's Cube Fascinates Designers
61 Samsung's Galaxy S5 S Health Update Let's You Know How Stressed You Are
62 Avoiding Squirrels and Other Things Google’s Robot Car Can’t Do | Autopia | WIRED
63 MEElectronics Atlas review - CNET
64 Playdate: We're livestreaming Watch Dogs for PS4! (update: game over)
65 Famo.us Part I: New Concepts Will Increase The Flow Of Highly Dynamic Web 3.0 Apps
66 Google Eyes Dropcam, Company That Thinks Monetizing User Data Is 'Tricking the User'
67 Livestrong Has a New Champion: Indy 500 Winner ‘Captain America’
68 Consumers will love Apple's entrance to the smart home, but smaller device makers may not
69 Jonah Berger On The Science Behind Why Things Go Viral
70 Live-action Street Fighter Web series is a total kick - CNET
71 Wix Says You Don’t Need To Learn To Code To Build A Website
72 Smaller Smartphone Manufacturers On The Rise In Recent Kantar Worldpanel Survey
73 Skype Translator, a real-time language translation tool, will begin rolling out later this year
74 Byliner Hits a Rough Patch as Co-Founder Resigns - The Information
75 ReadWriteMix: Mapping the App Economy Join the Conversation with Foursquare’s Dennis Crowley
76 Sallie Krawcheck's Next Act
77 Six Small App Companies Doing Huge Things With Bluetooth LE
78 LG May Have Just One-Upped Samsung And HTC With Its New G3
79 Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark trailer thinks it's for a movie
80 The Sliding Vertical Home Screen
81 How Corporations Can Change The World (For The Better)
82 iPhone 6 release date - September 19 according to German Carrier Deutsche Telekom
83 How the iPhone is zooming in on eye care - CNET
84 Google Unveils Self-Driving Car Prototype
85 Apple to live stream WWDC 2014 keynote on June 2
86 Valve: Steam Machines delayed until 2015
87 Soap bubbles used to explore mathematical singularities - CNET
88 Customize Windows Phone 8.1 notification quick actions - CNET
89 #NowPlaying: Twitter and Billboard flip the switch on real-time music charts
90 Soft-reset an unresponsive Windows Phone device - CNET
91 Mac and iOS users are reporting their devices have been remotely locked by Hackers for ransom
92 Frustrated Twitter users realize they can't mute promoted tweets
93 Apple gets patent for embedding sapphire glass display in a LiquidMetal chassis
94 The Wolf Among Us Episode 4: In Sheep’s Clothing Review - IGN
95 The unsung hero of Aston Martin, the Lagonda sedan may be making a comeback