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Google launches first Android Wear devices at I/O

At Google's annual Google I/O developer conference earlier today, the company launched the first set of Android Wear powered watches

Google announces Android Auto to compete with Apple's CarPlay

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GoPro prices shares at $24 for Thursday IPO

Created in 2004 by longtime Bay Area surfer Nicholas Woodman, GoPro found a sweet spot with athletes and adventure seekers who wanted a way to capture the thrill of caching a wave or opening a parachute in midair. It has become a prized possession among outdoor athletes who share video of their adrenaline-pumping adventures with friends or post it for the world to see on YouTube -- where about 6,000 GoPro videos are posted each day. Since launching its first HD camera in 2009, the San Mateo company has sold 8.5 million cameras and took the top spot among U.S. camcorder makers with 45 percent of the U.S. market in 2013, according to research firm the NPD Group.

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Google pokes fun at Apple's iOS 8 features

Google’s Android chief Sundar Pichai noticed this as well, and took a jab at Apple on stage at the company’s annual Google I/O developer conference. Pichai highlighted Android’s progress over the years, and poked fun at Apple for introducing features in iOS 8 that were available on Android since years:

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11 DIY Apartment Fixes Anyone Can Handle

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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What do babies think?

"Babies and young children are like the R&D division of the human species," says psychologist Alison Gopnik. Her research explores the sophisticated intelligence-gathering and decision-making that babies are really doing when they play.

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The 'Star Wars: Episode VII' Cast Photo Is Even Better in Lego

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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2014 FIFA World Cup Predictions - IGN

The reigning World Champions took another beating, with dark horses Chile going ahead through Vargas in 22". Sergio Ramos has a habit of levelling score lines, though, equalising for Spain before half-time. But weaknesses in Spain's defensive back line were once again exposed, with Mena finding the back of the net in the 88" minute. Sickening for Spain.

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iOS 7.1.1 Compatible Jailbreak Apps and Tweaks

Downloaded Pangu JB and got Cydia Store. Wanted to install TetherMe, but Cydia won’t let me, says “Unable to Purchase”, and, “This product is not supported on your IOS version.” (iOS 7.1 is installed on my Iphone 5). TetherMe. This is the only Cydia App I want to download. Is there some way to download it, since the article says it is working with the new Pangu JB?

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Google Reveals a New Design Language for All Devices | Design | WIRED

In the video you see how this idea of Material Design could lend itself to a new layered visual language for Android’s various apps. The concept is most clearly illustrated in the calendar app, where you watch as days can pop out and overlay on the week for a zoomed-in vision. It’s tactile, dynamic and a radical departure from Google’s previous design language, which for a long time had been covered in visual details that made it hard to distinguish decorative flourishes from functional elements. Like Apple before it, Google is betting that to continue to expand it’s ecosystem, the elements in it will have to communicate more simply and clearly.

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You Don't Need a Ph.D. to Contribute to Scientific Research

You don't need a Ph.D. to contribute to scientific research. Thanks to the proliferation of mobile apps and advances in online crowdsourcing platforms, non-professionals are helping researchers identify new species, track comets, name proteins, project climate patterns and much more. Science-minded individuals have myriad opportunities to get their hands dirty and partner with professional scientists, conducting ground-breaking research together.

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Apple to launch iPhone 6 on September 19

The report also claims the iPhone 6 will come with 32GB and 64GB storage options, indicating that Apple may launch a 16GB iPhone 6 model. The 32GB iPhone 6 will be available for 5,288 yuan ($848), the same price as the 16GB iPhone 5s, and the 64GB model will be available for 6,288 yuan ($1008), slightly more than the 32GB iPhone 5s, which is available for 6,088 yuan. The report points out that these prices could be for the 4.7-inch iPhone 6.

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14 Inspirational Quotes That Will Make Your Day Better

"Things We Forget" [Perigee, $12.00] started as a personal project to inspire my friends and colleagues and equally importantly, myself, during the days of gloom and doom of the economic recession of 2008. There was so much negativity and pessimism in the air that I felt compelled to do something.

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Sad Video: Facebook Status Updates May be Lies

This maybe isn’t one to watch if you’re already at a low ebb, but filmmaker Shaun Higton has created this short film about a man who embellishes his online Facebook statuses.

13 Myth Busted: My Industry Isn't A Good Fit For Social Media

Using a combination of various Facebook engagement strategies, Facebook ads, as well as YouTube videos sharing notable events and experiences in their community, the Redstone Living retirement community gained almost 200 new Facebook fans, at a cost of only $26.67 per ‘like’. Better yet, the overall campaign reached 86,832 people, driving traffic from Facebook that resulted in an average of 9 pages per visit and an average time on site of nearly 6 minutes. That’s a sign of a well-targeted campaign!

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Hands On With The Motorola 360: As Beautiful As Promised

The Moto 360 isn’t too heavy either, despite its large appearance; it’s about what you might expect from a traditional watch. The interface was only in demo mode, but is quick, snappy and responsive with no perceivable lag, which is an impressive feat for Google. That said, we can’t judge the device fully until it’s final so we’ll publish a full review once we get a real device.

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More Secure Credit Cards With Chips Coming To The U.S.

While Europe, Canada and Mexico have had chipped cards for years — usually with a chip and a PIN (personal identification number), the U.S. card issuers have studiously avoided the more secure, but more expensive, cards. To some extent American issuers didn’t need the card-based security. Unlike Europe, the American card industry had grown up with cheap telecommunications, so merchants could check cards in real-time as they accepted a card in payment. American technology vendors also developed very sophisticated, if sometimes alarmist, tools to detect fraudulent card use. Really, should a New Jersey resident’s $30 gas purchase in Massachusetts trigger an alert just because she rarely ventured so far from home?

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Grow Your Business With Pinterest

If there is one sizzling social media platform right now it would definitely be Pinterest. The site has already skyrocketed to 70 million users and growing. This makes it an appealing resource to drive traffic and increase your brand’s social media presence as well as help with your companies SEO. So if you’re already signed up, then let’s explore how you can earn 100 new followers on Pinterest in a day.

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The Convergence of Mobile Messaging Apps

While the last 12 months will be remembered for many things, in the technological realm mobile messaging apps will likely feature prominently in most people’s memory banks.

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US Supreme Court rules Aereo's streaming service is illegal under copyright law

"Today's decision by the United States Supreme Court is a massive setback for the American consumer. We've said all along that we worked diligently to create a technology that complies with the law, but today's decision clearly states that how the technology works does not matter. This sends a chilling message to the technology industry. It is troubling that the Court states in its decision that, 'to the extent commercial actors or other interested entities may be concerned with the relationship between the development and use of such technologies and the Copyright Act, they are of course free to seek action from Congress.' (Majority, page 17) That begs the question: Are we moving towards a permission-based system for technology innovation? "Consumer access to free-to-air broadcast television is an essential part of our country's fabric. Using an antenna to access free-to-air broadcast television is still meaningful for more than 60 million Americans across the United States. And when new technology enables consumers to use a smarter, easier to use antenna, consumers and the marketplace win.

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The Father of Net Neutrality Returns to Do Battle With Comcast | Enterprise | WIRED

His views are likely to be in the spotlight over the next few months, as the FCC takes another shot at regulating service providers and Wu makes a run for the Lieutenant Governorship of New York State. His platform: fighting corruption, helping small business, terminating the proposed merger between cable giants Comcast and Time Warner—a merger that would further reduce competition in the world of internet access. His inspiration: Theodore Roosevelt’s Progressive Party of a century ago. “If you go back to the 1912 platform of the Progressive Party, they say that the number-one problem with this country is an unholy alliance between a corrupt government system and big business,” he says, arguing that this is today’s biggest problem too. “I’ve been there and I’ve watched it first-hand in net neutrality. We have a problem with an invisible government.”

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9 Dentist-Themed Twitter Stories to Sink Your Teeth Into

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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Boost Your Ears To Superhuman Levels With These Cyborg Ears

All of the Scoop's settings are controlled by a smartphone app, much like the ReSound LiNX (and the Halo, another Bluetooth-enabled hearing aid). The app, available for iPhone and Android, lets users move their finger across a grid that fills the screen to select the sound settings (higher frequency, fuller sound, etc.) that works best for them. Users can also select different settings for different "sound scenes," like driving in a car or sitting in a restaurant. If you're driving, for example, the wind-noise reduction algorithms will be used more aggressively than if you're sitting in a restaurant.

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Man In The Translucent Material: How Virtual Michael Jackson Came To Be

Lost in the hubbub is how, exactly, virtual Michael Jackson came to be—and what, exactly, virtual Michael Jackson is. Misconceptions abound. First of all, many observers have misidentified the star of the Billboard Music Awards as a hologram. In fact, what graced the stage that night was an updated form of a 19th Century illusion known as Pepper’s Ghost.

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http://science.slashdot.org/story/14/06/25/2239246/matchcom-mensa-create-dating-site-for-geniuses?utm_source=slashdot&utm_medium=twitter

It takes a special person to join Mensa. For one, the elite society only takes individuals with IQ scores in the 98th percentile, meaning just 1 in 50 Americans is eligible. This exclusivity — some might say snobbery — is part of Mensa's lore. Early Mensans in Britain walked around with yellow buttons, organizational publications once referred to non-Mensa members as "Densans," and last year, a top Mensa member and tester called anyone with an IQ of 60 a "carrot." In short, you don't always join Mensa because you think you're smart. You join to be set apart from most people, who are, as one member put it: "mundane." But a new partnership between American Mensa and online dating giant Match.com offers a new, enticing reason to join the society of geniuses: true love. Beginning this week, members of the brainiac group can connect through a separate, exclusive dating service called Mensa Match . In addition, Match.com members can add a special Mensa badge to their profiles, signaling a specific interest in connecting with a single person with a confirmed genius-level IQ score.

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Why Gallup, The WSJ, And TIME Are Dead Wrong About Facebook

So what’s the truth about Facebook’s influence on purchases? The answer is that we can’t tell from the Gallup data. It could be that most buyers are not, in fact, influenced by social media. On the other hand, it could be that every consumer who is active in social media is influenced to some degree by brand messaging and commentary from friends. If I had to guess, I’d pick the latter.

25 The Importance Of Being Fluent In The Language Of Texting

I am a Ph.D. research psychologist, professor of psychology at Cornell University’s Weill Medical College, former gender scholar at Stanford University, and mother of two, and I’ve spent my career studying sex and gender at work, at home, and in the world at large. I’m the author of two books about gender and family: Raising Boys Without Men, which introduced readers to boys in single and two-mother families, and Our Fathers, Ourselves: Daughters, Fathers, and the Changing American Family, about the father-daughter bond in a time of unbridled female opportunity. I’ve written for a wide range of national and international media, including The Wall Street Journal, The Daily Beast, Huffington Post, DuJour, USA Today, and Psychology Today, and am currently working on a book about the evolving role of women in the workplace and the new challenges they face. I’m a frequent guest expert for such outlets as Bloomberg, Today, GMA, Katie, and NPR. I can be reached through my website, peggydrexler.com

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The Death of the Urdu Script

Penmanship was a dying art even in my school days, but luckily I learned to use a traditional bamboo pen at home; forming letters of the nastaliq script of Urdu in jet-black ink. Layering the hand held wooden board with white clay paste, drying it in the sun, and writing with a reed pen that needed to be filled every few minutes, was messy and frustrating. As I fumbled with the materials, I began to acknowledge the muscles that are engaged in the physical work of writing. Forming letters became a fascinating study of lines and curves, symmetry and alignment. Soon I began to have a deeper appreciation for the calligraphic pieces hanging in the house. I noticed how well the artists conformed to rules and how gracefully they deviated, playing with form to create visual effects that influenced the meaning of the words. In learning to see patterns and variations, I was learning to extend myself, to make imprints of my inner life onto the outer reality of the page. Words had created visual fields for me—allowing endless possibilities for expressing meaning.

27 When ERP Goes To The Cloud, You Know Things Are Getting Serious

Just a few years back, few could have envisioned that organizations would be going full-force to the cloud for enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications. It just wasn’t conceivable — cloud was for simpler, edge-of-the-enterprise functions — not the vital, muscular core systems represented by ERP.

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Google Has 93% Of Android Users On The Latest Google Play Service, Outperforming Apple's iOS7 Adoption Rate

This is nothing but BS, most people are running an old version of Android, there is nothing google play can do to bring the experience to its current version. Trust me, I know I use an Android phone and its full of bugs. The first one I had to ditch it, could not upgrade past android 2.3. This one was stuck on android 4, I had to remove the OS and install a MOD to get it up to 4.4. Most people do not know how to do that and they get stuck with an old version. So to Google, stop your lies, this is my last Android phone, they suck big time, I would have spent less money buying an Apple phone for the two I have bought due to their worthlessness. In two years two phones, over $1,000 wasted, and all I hear is that people having an iphone4 can still upgrade to the latest version of their IOS. So yes, Android sucks big time and it cost more buying something cheap. This is what we say about buying cheap chinese crap, the same applies to cheap android crap.

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A New Class of Mobile Malware Steals Banking Information | MIT Technology Review

As mobile devices are used to perform more financial transactions, cybercriminals are taking greater interest.

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Lego bus stop: Your next ride is 'just a brick away' - CNET

The Regent Street stop, located outside a Hamley's toy store that's no doubt Lego-filled, has Lego everything -- walls, route sign, the pole attached to said route sign, the bench. For those worried that sitting on Legos might be akin to stepping on them barefoot, "Sitting on Lego bricks is surprisingly comfortable," one rider reported on Twitter .

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Alaska bear falls through skylight into party, eats all the cupcakes

A young bear fell through an Alaska couple's skylight while they were preparing to celebrate their child's birthday, sending the humans scurrying out the room while he feasted on cupcakes.

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Google's new 'Material Design' UI coming to Android, Chrome OS and the web

Google's annual I/O developer keynote has only just begun, but already we're being treated to some of its announcements. In a bid to create a new "visual language" for users, Google is taking the design of its Android, Chrome OS and web properties back to basics with its new "Material Design." According to Google, Material Design is intended to make better use of available space, and bring a consistent user experience whether viewed on a smartphone, tablet or desktop. Google's apps will be updated to reflect this change, as you may have seen in early Gmail and Calendar app leaks and in the latest version of the Google+ app on Android.

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Google’s Gender-Diversity Push Is Paying Off

A 20% female attendance rate at I/O is still far smaller than the percentage of women who use Google products and services. But Google is pushing the envelope on women's initiatives, which helps signal to other companies—big corporations and startups alike—that technology can't just be a boy's club anymore.

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​Surprise protesters interrupt Google I/O - CNET

Google trotted out executives to introduce and demo new products. But there were a few unexpected guests, too.

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A Cautionary Tale: The Rage of the Mechwarrior Online Community - Game Front

PGI has proved itself, REPEATEDLY, to be an awful company that just says “FU” to MW fans while they do whatever they want. Consumables, Premium Mechs, ECM, 3PV, it’ll never end. They were originally against all this but as soon as the Founders package ended and the refund deadline passed, they started going back on each promise one at a time and putting it all in. Each one was met with disappointment and rejection from the community before, during, and after it was put in, but they didn’t give a . They basically just say “FU, we’re doing it anyway”. Worse yet is that they censor anyone that has a problem with it. Many people are seeing suspensions or flat out forum bans for no apparent reason other than the fact that they said something distasteful towards PGI or something PGI did. My main account was suspended twice while 2 others I made for sock puppeting got perma-banned first offense no reason even given. PGI has their heads up their own asses. They seem to hit the crackpipe, convince themselves whatever they want to do is the best thing, and if you have a problem with it, then you aren’t their target audience and should GTFO.

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We just got to see (and touch) Samsung's new Gear Live smartwatch

Unfortunately, you still need to navigate through swipes, and it turns out that the shiny screen and the silver surrounding it were both great at acquiring fingerprints. So, while the watch is handsome to behold at first, it was soon decorated with evidence of my use. The watch is relatively unobtrusive to wear, light on the wrist and comfy for the five minutes or so that I wore it. Swiping through the demo screens went off without a hitch, and the Live even picked up my "OK, Google" voice command in a noisy environment from a couple feet away without issue.

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CEO Addresses Gender Balance In 'Skylanders Trap Team'

Skylanders should be praised here for not only for promising to increase the numbers of female figures steady but also delivering on character, personality and presence of those figures as some of the most engaging in the set. Sprocket, Stealth Elf and Roller Brawl were all very popular with both my daughter and sons, which I think comes in part from them breaking the curvy pink trend. I should also say that she really likes Ninjini too, although this is a character shaped more like a Disney princess.

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The Man Who Makes the Coolest Clocks You’ll Ever See | Design | WIRED

Weil began his career back in the late ‘70s when he moved from Argentina to London to study at the Royal College of Arts. Since then he’s designed innumerable pieces on behalf of Alessi, Swatch and Pentagram, where he joined in 1992  and has been ever since. The exhibition showcases his breadth of work—baby bottles, a chess set for the World Championship the cover of a Pet Shop Boys’ album, a radio in a bag from the early 1980s—and touches on how important it is to venture outside of your comfort zone as a designer. “Being a generalist and having the ability to put your mind to anything that you’re asked to do is a wonderful activity,” he says. “It gets you to learn about things you don’t know and you start to see things you haven’t seen before.”

39 We'll Never Know the Internet We Lost

Aereo will probably result in startups being sued into the ground. But that’s not the real tragedy. We will never know the technologies that could have existed, the services that could have been. We will never know the internet we lost today.

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Study Suggests 3-D Breast Cancer Screening Is More Effective Than Traditional Mammography | MIT Technology Review

Traditional mammography uses side-to-side and top-to-bottom x-rays of the breast. Such 2-D mammograms can create superimposed shadows that look like cancer, and they sometimes fail to detect cancer lesions behind normal tissue. In tomosynthesis, approved by the FDA in 2011, a series of x-ray images are taken in an arc across the breast, resulting in pictures from multiple angles. A computer algorithm then creates a stack of thin layers that a radiologist can read, much like the pages of a book.

41 AMD Pledges 25x Boost In Processor Energy Efficiency

During a conference last week in China, AMD Chief Technology Officer Mark Papermaster discussed AMD’s new goal to deliver a 25x improvement in the energy consumed by its accelerated processing units (APUs) by the 2020 timeframe. For perspective, the company managed a 10x improvement from 2008 to 2014.

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LG shows us what’s up its sleeve: First impressions of the G Watch

In our brief hands-on time with a semi-functioning demo unit, the G Watch felt every bit as bulky as earlier, slab-like predecessors such as Sony’s SmartWatch SW2, but felt admirably sturdy. A design milled from a piece of stainless steel makes itself felt. The generic black silicon watchband is nothing to write to GQ about, but we trust most style-conscious owners will swap it out for something more personal anyway. LG claims it went with an IPS LCD over OLED because of superior power consumption and color accuracy — while that may be true, it doesn’t have the vivid OLED pop that would set it apart from similar competitors. That said, the biggest selling point with every Android Wear device will be Google’s new software, and we haven’t been able to fiddle with that yet. Stay tuned.

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Road Trip Pic of the Day, 6/25/14: What is this? - CNET

Given the constraints of the work I'll be doing on Road Trip, I have to minimize the complexity of the Picture of the Day challenge, so if you want to accumulate right answers and compete for the grand prize, you must use the same email address and name each time. If you use a different name or email address, your answers won't be counted together.

44 Content remains a giant mystery, but that hasn't slowed the flood of VC cash

Content is a cruel market. There’s a hidden mystery behind manipulating the billions of eyeballs online each day for brand gain. The Internet has suppressed the market value of content. In this space it will be the companies that can supply content metrics and guidance alongside providing an exchange for content creation, which should have the most opportunity to really scale.

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Is Tetris the Next Great Spectator Sport? | Game|Life | WIRED

Sound crazy? Well, Rogers has a history of making the impossible happen. He played a pivotal role in bringing the Russian puzzle game out from behind the Iron Curtain into the West, securing the rights to the game for Nintendo’s Game Boy and other platforms. Today, as managing director of The Tetris Company, Rogers continues his lifelong obsession with the simple puzzle game that’s sold hundreds of millions of copies worldwide, making its colorful geometric shapes unmistakeable cultural touchstones.

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New Parse Offering Allows Developers To Build Android Login Screens For Apps - AllFacebook

We love UI components, as you may know through the pre-built UI classes in our iOS SDK. Today, we are bringing this same love to Android. We are launching ParseLoginUI , an open-source library project for building login screens on Android with the Parse SDK. This ultra-customizable library implements screens for login, signup, and password help. We are releasing this as a standalone project (apart from the Parse Android SDK) so that you have the flexibility to make further changes to its look and feel when you integrate it into your app.

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Facebook has Oculus, Google has Cardboard - CNET

At its annual I/O developers conference, the search giant handed out a mysterious package as part of its now-expected goodie bag for attendees. Alongside the choice between a brand new LG G Watch or Samsung Gear Live smartwatch, giddy developers got their hands on a virtual reality headset that just happened to be made from cardboard.

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Bored with chores? These ambitious vacs promise new features (pictures) - CNET

All vacuums promise to clean the floor better than the competition. They also all strive to be unique -- for better or for worse. Straight from our test floor, here are several that are supposed to offer new and helpful features.

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Elderly Couple Poses for Photos After Car Flips on LA Street

A senior couple involved in a non-injury rollover crash last week on a Bel Air, California, street posed for pictures as neighbors and firefighters responded to help free the trapped driver. Ben Neufeld describes what happened after he saw his wife in the flipped vehicle. Credit: RMG

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Google Launches Android Auto, Its Road-Ready Smart Car Platform

Android Auto's interface provides personalized contextual information in conjunction with Google Now, all redesigned around vehicular use. Naturally, Android Auto focuses on two of the most prominent driver frustrations: playing music and getting directions. By integrating with Google Play Music and other digital music partners, Android Auto supports both steering wheel and voice-activated music commands, making changing songs and searching significantly less dangerous than swiping around a screen.

51 Grovemade winds up a new line of gorgeous wooden watches
52 Google spells out ambitious plan: Android world domination - CNET
53 Here's what's new at Google I/O 2014 - CNET
54 Market shares
55 http://macdown.uranusjr.com/
56 Road Not Taken Release Date Announced - IGN
57 WIRED Summer Binge-Watching Guide: Friday Night Lights | Underwire | WIRED
58 Glitch Text ツ
59 GE And Frost Collaborate On Internet Of Things/Industrial Internet Incubator
60 Google Puts the Phone at the Center of Its Multiscreen Universe
61 Who will wear Android Wear? - CNET
62 Watch It: Santigold Mixes Molotov Cocktails And Soccer In New World Cup Video
63 Chrome Show: The Google I/O 2014 edition
64 Top 5 Transformers Comic Books - IGN
65 Want to make your home alarm system smarter? Check out Scout
66 Google unveils Continuity-like features for Android and Chromebooks
67 The Green Electronics Challenge Winners Are Fighting E-Waste, Malaria, and Overheated Pets
68 Natural selection: Evolve leads E3 Game Critics Awards nominations
69 Android apps are coming to Chromebooks, but there's a catch
70 A Behind-The-Scenes Look At The Creation Of An Electronic Music Track
71 Google Is Finally Poised To Bring PC-Class Gaming To Your Living Room -- Will The Content Follow?
72 Google Rolls Out Android TV
73 Where the Digital Sausage Is Made: Inside Adidas' World Cup Roost
74 Google Previews The Next Big Release Of Android: "L"
75 Samsung Tries to Manage Expectations Ahead of Earnings - Digits - WSJ
76 YouTube's music stars to air on Sirius XM radio show
77 Google wants to collect and aggregate your health data with Google Fit
78 Filmmaker Spends Half His Life Designing A Video Game No One Will Ever Play
79 You Can Order An Android Smartwatch Today
80 This Master Chief Motorcycle Helmet Might Save Your Life - IGN
81 Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare crops up on PC
82 Google Brings Android and Chrome OS Closer Together - IGN
83 Google Starts Sells Smart Watches That Tap Into Its Services | MIT Technology Review
84 DIY California Rolls: A Visual Guide To Making Sushi
85 Fitbit Updates App With Exercise and Run-Tracking Features
86 Concrete and Wood: The Unusual Workspaces of Security Firm Bitium
87 The Internet Of Things Meets Hydroponics: How To Grow A Better Vegetable
88 Wolfenstein: The New Order developer discusses potential sequel
89 India's Pointless Search for 'Black Money'
90 An IFTTT recipe that might just save your life - CNET
91 Fargo: Season 1 Review - IGN
92 Hot new products from New York's CE Week (pictures) - CNET
93 How to take photos of fireworks - CNET