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1 Georgia Teens Develop App to Document Police Abuse

14-year-old Parkview High School Freshman, Caleb Christian was concerned about the number of incidents of police abuse in the news.  Still, he knew there were many good police officers in various communities, but had no way of figuring out which communities were highly rated and which were not.  So, together with his two older sisters: Parkview High School senior Ima Christian, and Gwinnett School of Math, Science, and Technology sophomore, Asha Christian, they founded a mobile app development company– Pinetart Inc., under which they created a mobile app called Five-O. Five-O, allows citizens to enter the details of every interaction with a police officer.  It also allows them to rate that officer in terms of courtesy and professionalism and provides the ability to enter a short description of what transpired.  These details are captured for every county in the United States. Citizen race and age information data is also captured. Additionally, Five-O allows citizens to store the details of each encounter with law enforcement; this provides convenient access to critical information needed for legal action or commendation.

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Kivy: Cross-platform Python Framework for NUI

Kivy is a community project, led by professional software developers. We are responsible for developing and supporting Kivy, alongside of the community. We also work for companies that use Kivy for their professional products.

3 Why The iPhone 6 Will Be The Device Of The Year | TechCrunch

Cupertino will deliver all the things that normally encourage their loyal customers and many new ones to jump on board, including improved processor power and performance, but if they can also deliver on some of the fever dreams of iPhone watchers, we’ll see a launch that exceeds any that came before it. The iPhone is currently exhibiting a late-cycle strength that it rarely has before, and anyone who thinks that “just” putting a bigger screen on its flagship device won’t do much to improve its fortunes hasn’t been paying attention – plus, Apple being Apple, they’ll do a lot more besides.

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Dreamy Pit Bull Portraits Show Softer Side of a Misunderstood Breed

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10 Emoji Meanings That Might Surprise You

In many cases, the original meanings are based on Japanese culture, as that is where emoji were first popularized. But people have since adopted entirely new uses and meanings for certain emoji.

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59 Free Twitter Tools and Apps for Marketers

At Buffer, we tend to come across a fair share of  social media tools . We’ve collected a great bunch to share with you! Here are all the tools we’ve found helpful and many more that we’re excited to try. If there’s a free Twitter tool out there, you’re likely to find a mention here in our list.

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Spot the Fail in This 'Downton Abbey' Promo Photo

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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The Fastest-Growing States For Tech Jobs

What state is adding technology jobs at the greatest rate? My guess would have been Washington, where Seattle has become a center for cloud computing. Giant enterprise software maker Oracle announced last week that it would base its new cloud technology center there. Mammoth online retailer Amazon, of course, has its headquarters in Seattle, and its web services are based there. Azure, Microsoft’s cloud business, is in the area, as is Google’s, and data services provider Century Link has cloud operations in the city after buying information security software outfit Tier 3 in 2013.

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IBM Builds A Scalable Computer Chip Inspired By The Human Brain

Dr. Dharmendra S. Modha sounds positively giddy as he talks to me on the phone. This is the third time I’ve talked to him about his long-term project – an IBM project with the goal of creating an entirely new type of computer chip, SyNAPSE, whose architecture is inspired by the human brain. This new chip is a major success in that project.

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5 Amazing iOS 7 Features That Apple Shouldn't Have Hidden

Just like custom ring tones, you can create custom vibrations for individual contacts with a few taps on the screen. This feature was available in previous iOS's, but you may not have seen it until now. Here's how to find it in iOS 7: go to "Settings" and then "Sounds." From there, hit "Ringtone," where you'll see "Vibration." Under "Vibration," scroll down to "Custom" and hit "Create New Vibration." To make a new vibration, you just tap the screen in the pattern you like.

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How Positive Thinking Builds Skills And Improves Your Work

Positive thinking sounds useful on the surface (most of us would prefer to be positive rather than negative.) But, “positive thinking” is also a soft and fluffy term that is easy to dismiss. In the real world, it rarely carries the same weight as words like “work ethic” or “persistence.”

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Premier League warns about posting goal videos online

Dean Scoggins, deputy head of sport at the newspaper, said: "It's important to underline that it's illegal to do this, we've obviously signed a very big deal with the Premier League to be a rights holder and to show it, we've got legal teams talking with them about what we can do."

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'We're All Just Surviving': Yazidis Tell Story of Their Impossible Exodus

14 The World Of Everything-As-A-Service | TechCrunch

The next candidate for outsourcing might be the delivery network. Seamless’ core competency is branding, building colorful websites and acquiring customers. For restaurants, it’s cooking great food. But no one is particularly good at optimizing a last-mile delivery fleet – I’d expect to see a number of very large Delivery-as-a-Service companies emerge in the next few years (think Uber Rush, Wun Wun and Postmates on an industrial scale).

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The Trouble With 4K: Where's The 4K Content, And Will It Be Any Good When It Gets Here?

You also can’t expect mainstream consumers to embrace any technology that confuses the hell out of them. Which brings us to the third 4K black cloud: the lack of any real technical standardization. For instance, there’s currently no certainty over exactly what format or system 4K broadcasts might adopt, so there can be no certainty that the tuners built into current 4K TVs will work. There’s also no standard yet for the sort of compression format streamed 4k services might use, a problem highlighted by the way some of this year’s 4K TVs are compatible with Netflix’s 4K service while others are not. The industry working group tasked with developing 4K Blu-ray still hasn’t ratified a formal standard either, so again compatibility with current 4K TVs can’t be guaranteed when the first 4K discs appear.

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9 Things We'd Change About Snapchat

From geolocation filters to live video chatting, the app's latest rollout of bonus features is impressive, but the platform could still use a few tweaks. With upgrades and new features, the user experience of the app can be improved to benefit the Snapchat community.

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Ukraine Says Troops 'Eliminated' Part of Russian Military Convoy

Later, the press service for Ukraine’s military operation in the east reported that a convoy consisting of armored personal carriers and Ural military trucks was moving to Molodohvardiysk, Luhansk region. While the column is not numerous, the vehicles’ license plates are Russian and armed soldiers were in the trucks, according to the military.

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Can't Wait for Windows 9? It Could Be Coming Sooner Than You Think

If you upgraded to Windows 8 or 8.1 and want out, there may soon be an alternative to simply downgrading to Windows 7. Microsoft is reportedly going to offer pre-release versions of the next major Windows upgrade, currently codenamed "Threshold," as a public download in the fall of 2014.

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Don't Be Rude, Adopt Wearables at Your Workplace

I see these capabilities as incredibly powerful for many industries but particularly where human interaction and personal service is of the utmost importance – yet not missing a beat is also required. Hospitals and healthcare is the example that I keep coming back to as well as first responders and crisis management teams. These are work environments where “handsfree” has a very different meaning. If you’ve literally got your hands on something vitally important pulling out your phone is not an option. With smartwatches, communication remains possible even in these instances – it’s just on a whole new level. You can be alerted to how far out a team member or necessary piece of equipment may be without needing to take yourself away from the task at hand. When you have a moment free you can also respond in an instant from the wearable – it keeps you moving. This is gamechanging for customer service and any workplace where you’re interacting with a patient or civilian.

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YC-Backed Zen99 Makes Life Easier For Freelancers With Finance And Insurance Tools | TechCrunch

Freelancers and contractors are a rapidly growing part of the workforce. Without benefits, however, many struggle with issues like figuring out how much of their earnings to withhold for taxes and finding insurance providers.

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Doctors Claim New Evidence That Nanotechnology Can Make Workers Sick

Nanomaterials are found in more than 1,600 consumer products on the market today, including electronics, paint and sunscreen, but that’s just the beginning. The technology, said Journeay, is currently in an “explosive phase.” Total sales are projected to hit $48.9 billion by 2017, at a five-year compound annual growth rate of 18.7%. By 2020, he estimated, there will be six million factory workers handling nanoparticles, two million of them in the U.S.

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Meet Gavin Andresen, the Most Powerful Person in the World of Bitcoin | MIT Technology Review

The risk of security flaws is a constant worry for Andresen. He laughs when he recounts how in 2010 someone tipped off Nakamoto about a bug that made it possible to spend anyone else’s bitcoins. “Satoshi just changed the code and told everybody, ‘Run this new code, I’m not going to tell you why,’” Andresen says. But although most bugs that turn up in the software today are minor, similar problems could still lurk. “It’s why I say Bitcoin is an experiment and you shouldn’t invest your life’s savings,” he says. Unfortunately, the best defense against security flaws—having people review other people’s code—is hard to deploy for Bitcoin. Unpaid volunteers prefer to write their own code rather than laboriously read other people’s. Andresen sees the recent Heartbleed bug that broke the security of hundreds of thousands of websites as a cautionary tale. It was caused by a single, unnoticed mistake by a volunteer contributor to a piece of open source software. Even design flaws that fall short of enabling easy thefts could seriously wound Bitcoin. The currency’s value is built almost entirely on speculation, so any indication that the system is less than bulletproof can cause a major price shock.

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Uber's Ratings Terrorize Drivers And Trick Riders. Why Not Fix Them?

A few days ago, I had a novel Uber experience: I took a ride in a car as grimy and musty-smelling as a typical yellow cab. The driver was friendly and knew his way around, but he was clearly falling short of Uber’s standard that the sedans in its UberX fleet be in “ excellent condition .” Since customer feedback is “ important to insuring a high-quality experience ,” according to the company, when it came time to rate my trip, I only gave the driver three out of five stars.

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LatAm’s Navent Takes In Another $20M For Its Regional Online Classifieds Empire | TechCrunch

Commenting on the funding in a statement, Riverwood Capital founding partner Francisco Alvarez Demalde said: “During the past two years, Navent has accelerated its growth and consolidated its leadership position in Latin America in both on line real estate and jobs. We are very enthusiastic about the future of the company as millions of users across the region use our properties to buy or sell a home or look for a job.”

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Beacon Is Crowdfunding Journalism In Ferguson, Missouri | TechCrunch

Beacon Reader allows readers a way to support and get access to high quality journalism. Beacon's approach is basically a form of crowdfunding. On Beacon Reader, readers browse through different authors and their projects on the site and if they find one they like, they can buy a subscription. There are different subscription levels but the basic price is $5 per month. The subscription actually …

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Apple Bans Two Nasty Chemicals From Being Used In iPhone Factories | TechCrunch

Much as we’d all like to think otherwise, the production of smartphones generally isn’t very eco-friendly. From the mining of rare earth metals to the myriad hazardous chemicals involved to the crazy emissions involved in shipping these things around the world, there’s enough nastiness involved to make Captain Planet say screw it, take his Planeteer rings back, and fly off to be Captain Some-Other-Planet.

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4 Ways to Break the Language Barrier in Customer Support

When you’re a SaaS startup with a global customer base, a local support team goes a long way toward making sure that your customers are happy. Having a local support team in markets with a substantial customer base is not just a great way to answer questions in the language your customers understands clearly, it also increases response time because your local rep will be working in the same time zone as your customers.

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Tiny Motes Of Stardust Are First From Outside Our Solar System

Stardust’s primary mission was to snag samples of comets and bring them back home, but the craft also had separate interstellar dust collectors, which were dropped by parachute along with the comet versions. A group of scientists and volunteers have spent the last eight years combing through the tennis-racket-sized mosaics of 132 aerogel tiles in search of the exceedingly rare, microscopic motes from outside our Solar System .

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Chrome’s Safe Browsing Tool Now Also Protects You From Downloading Deceptive Software | TechCrunch

Over the years, Google has added all kinds of security features into Chrome through its Safe Browsing service. It can warn you when you are surfing to a site that it deems unsafe, like malware and phishing sites, but also when you are about to download software from known malware sites. Starting today , Google is expanding this program to include downloads of “deceptive software,” that is programs that pretend to be helpful but actually make changes to your operating system or browser.

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The Danger of Vanity Metrics

Even though these metrics might be signs of traction, more often than not they’re just empty numbers. The danger that lies in vanity metrics is that they can skew your perception of reality. And with a skewed perception of your business, how are you supposed to make the right decisions that will enable you to take your business in the right direction?

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The Power Rangers Movie Slated for Summer 2016 - IGN

We recently spoke with Orci , who told us, "[Saban] have 600 pages of research that they have on their stuff. We read through the synopsis of everything they did and we are actually taking into account quite a bit of the canon in a real way. We're not just a leave it behind reboot. [Haim] Saban cares very much about that. This is something that he created. I had to go to his house, personally, to tell him, 'Listen, I'm your man. Miller and Stenz, these are your guys. I promise you I won't ruin your franchise.' And he said, 'It's very important to me, because kids around the world know what the Power Rangers are. So you can't just come in here and walk all over it. It better be consistent with what I've been doing.' And I said, 'Yes sir!'"

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One Codex Wants To Be The Google For Genomic Data | TechCrunch

As hospitals and public health organizations switch to using genomic data for testing, searching through genomic data can still take some time. Y Combinator-backed startup, One Codex , wants to help researchers, clinicians and public health officials, who have sequenced more than 100,000 genomes and created petabytes of data, to search this data.

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The Fair Labor Association Delivers Its Findings On Two Apple Supplier Facilities | TechCrunch

The results of the report capture a snapshot of the state of affairs at these supplier factories in August 2013, and find that there’s a decent amount of non-compliance at both facilities, ranging from problems with recruitment fees being charged by employment brokers (especially problematic at the Shanghai facility), to a situation where 62 percent of employees at the Changshu facility failed to receive a mandatory rest day at least once over a three-month period covering the fourth quarter of 2012 required by the FLA Code during busy periods, i.e. when key devices are in production.

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NSA/GCHQ: The HACIENDA Program for Internet Colonization

However, traditional port knocking techniques [10] generally do not consider a modern nation-state adversary. Specifically, port scans are not the only method an attacker may use to learn about the existence of a service; if the service is accessed via a network where the adversary is able to sniff the traffic, the adversary may observe the connection and thereby deduce the existence of a service. A nation-state attacker may even be able to observe all traffic from the TCP client and perform man-in-the-middle attacks on traffic originating from the client. In particular, with compromised routers in the infrastructure, it is possible to execute a man-in-the-middle attack to take over a TCP connection just after the initial TCP handshake has been completed. An advanced attacker in control of routers may also try to identify the use of insufficiently stealthy port knocks by detecting unusual patterns in network traffic. However, it may still be safe to assume this adversary does not flag a standard TCP handshake as suspicious, as this is way too common.

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Why Seattle Is Not Like Silicon Valley | TechCrunch

Many technology professionals from across the world relocate to Seattle because of the city’s potential to reward daring ventures, not because they seek to follow Silicon Valley’s well-tread blueprint. Since Seattle’s economy is not wholly dependent on the presence of startups, beginning a company in Seattle is far more courageous than beginning a company in Silicon Valley. Yet, Seattle is not a reckless gamble at tech roulette. The city is home to tech giants Amazon, Boeing and Microsoft, all companies with skilled employees that rival Silicon Valley’s Google, Facebook and Yahoo (the three of which also have a staked presence in Seattle).

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Poll: Who Would Win The WWE IGN Battle Royal - IGN

Thinking about the current roster of WWE superstars, we wanted to know who would win in an IGN Battle Royal. That's where you come in: Every day, we want every fan, mark, and smark to vote on who would win this epic 20-man war. Vote for the best superstar, and come back every day to see who got knocked out of the ring. Make sure to keep voting every day so the best wrestler is the last one to leave the ring.

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Hackers Tell Car Makers: Secure Your Vulnerable Vehicles Now

I’ve been breaking news and writing features about security and privacy for major publications since 2010. Now a freelancer, I’ve been working for The Guardian, Vice Motherboard, Wired UK, BBC.com and now Forbes. I was named BT Security Journalist of the year in 2012 and 2013 for a range of exclusive articles, including an exposé on epic lobbying from US firms on EU data privacy laws, an investigation into poor cyber policing in the UK and a debunking of government promises to end the database state. I like to hear from hackers who are breaking things for either fun or profit and researchers who've uncovered nasty things lurking on the internet. Data breaches are always of interest too. If you have a story to tell and are worried about prying eyes, you can find my PGP key on my website here .

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12 Signs You're Addicted to Netflix

It's called Netflix addition, and it affects roughly 100 percent of millennials. Secret-sharing app Whisper dug deep into its userbase to discover a few tell-tale signs that you might be addicted to online streaming.

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FAA Bans Planesharing Startups | TechCrunch

Until now, the practice was often organized through word of mouth or bulletin boards at airfields but that will now be illegal. The new FAA ruling deems any kind of cost-sharing as compensation for the private pilots, whether they use old school means or a website to list their seats. It’s currently illegal to compensate private pilots unless they get a tough-to-attain certificate from the government to operate as an air carrier. Many private pilots lack this license so listing open seats on sites like AirPooler and Flytenow or via other low-tech methods for flights they planned to take won’t be permitted.

40 Gigaom meetup: Talk, learn and hear about the future of AI and deep learning

Join Gigaom for a free meetup on artificial intelligence and machine learning. Speakers from Google, Microsoft Research, Baidu and more will discuss the state of the art in fields such as deep learning, and how things will change when they go mainstream.

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Alfvén & Didrikson Invests In Cloud-Based Workforce Management Software Quinyx | TechCrunch

The round, which adds to the previous $1.5 million raised by the 2005-founded company, is being billed as a $14 million investment. However, this includes some secondary funding, meaning that a minority of the new capital won’t find its way into Quinyx’s coffers. Specifically, previous backer Mint Capital disposed of its shares, resulting in Fredrik Ekman stepping down from the board and being replaced as Chair by Alfvén & Didrikson’s Maria Åhr.

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Microsoft Debated Rebranding Internet Explorer | TechCrunch

In a Reddit AMA session , the Internet Explorer team revealed that it has discussed rebranding the browser. The team made its comment in response to a question regarding the negative public image that Internet Explorer earned.

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The death of the original jumbo jet, Boeing's 747-400

Later this month, Cathay Pacific's 747 will fly from San Francisco to Hong Kong for the very last time. It's a story we're hearing from nearly every airline still flying the most recognizable passenger jet in aviation history -- rising fuel costs are prompting carriers to ground their fleets, opting to shuttle passengers in more modern (and efficient) airliners instead. Hundreds of 747s still take to the skies every day, but their numbers are dwindling, with Boeing's 777-300ER and 787 Dreamliner , as well as the enormous Airbus A380 , picking up the slack. The flagships of yesteryear now litter the desert, with several sites in California serving as a permanent resting place for the plane that was once known as the Queen of the Skies, the Boeing 747-400. Gallery | 25 Photos Where 747s go to die (Victorville, CA) + See all 25

44 Renowned Security Expert Kevin Mitnick Can Steal Your Identity In Three Minutes

At DEF CON 2014, Mitnick prompted the audience for a volunteer. A few hands shot up, but quickly went down when he explained the rules of the game: He would spend three minutes searching for all of the volunteer’s private information, while projecting the process onto a screen for everyone to see. A brave conference attendee got up and stated his name.

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IRL: A week with the thinnest phone on the market

Sporting a chamfered magnesium frame with Gorilla Glass 3 panels on both front and back, the Elife is a beautiful phone with much better build quality than I expected. It features flat sides with angular edges, which -- along with its sleek form factor -- makes for a stylish design that's fun to look at. It's comfortable, but the slim size doesn't play a role in making it any more so than fatter devices. Durability is typically a concern for extremely slim devices, but being thinner doesn't seem to make a difference here: I'm convinced this handset can hold up as well as any other smartphone comprised of similar materials. (That said, you'll still need to be careful with the glass, since it's scratch-resistant, but not shatterproof.) At 4.69 ounces (133g), the Elife also has enough heft to give it a premium feel without being too heavy or too light.

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Star Trek: Prelude to Axanar short is online, and better than anything Abrams is doing

The incredible fan film that finally reveals the details of the four-year war between the Klingons and the Federation is online, and you need to see it right now.

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Hackers transform a smartphone gyroscope into an always-on microphone

Apps that use your smartphone's microphone need to ask permission, but the motion sensors ? No say-so needed. That might not sound like a big deal, but security researchers from Stanford University and defense firm Rafael have discovered a way to turn Android phone gyroscopes into crude microphones. They call their app " Gyrophone " and here's how it works: the tiny gyros in your phone that measure orientation do so using vibrating pressure plates. As it turns out, they can also pick up air vibrations from sounds, and many Android devices can do it in the 80 to 250 hertz range -- exactly the frequency of a human voice.

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Build Your Own Robots and Quadcopters With These Ingenious Bricks | Gadget Lab | WIRED

TinkerBots started out as an Indiegogo campaign, and it blew past its $100,000 goal in less than a week; its funding now is nearly double that amount, with about a month left to go in its campaign. You can preorder various kits now, and prices vary depending on the number and type of pieces in each set. For $160, you get a basic car-building set with the Powerbrain, motors, wheels, a twister joint, and some other bricks. There’s an animal-themed set for $230, a grabber claw set for $400, and $500 gets you a fully loaded kit with bricks to build anything.

49 DoorDash Food Delivery | Jobs

DoorDash is a technology company that is building the next generation of local logistics. We operate a full stack delivery service: by partnering with merchants, hiring our own drivers, and building our own logistics software, we're able to control the entire delivery experience to make it more efficient for everyone.

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Windows Phone, The PC Market, And Global Smartphone Shipments | TechCrunch

In broad terms, presuming 90 percent market share for Microsoft is PCs, about 67.5 million Windows PCs were sold in the most recent quarter. Using the 7.4 million Windows Phone figure, we can see that smartphone shipments for Microsoft were just under 10 percent of the combined Windows Phone and Windows device figures in the second quarter.

51 Facebook’s $400M-$500M Acquisition Of Video Ad Tech Startup LiveRail Is Now Official | TechCrunch
52 Parallel Universes and the Many-Worlds Theory
53 Fly Or Die: The New Foursquare | TechCrunch
54 Apple Taps China Telecom As iCloud Storage Provider For Customers In China | TechCrunch
55 Buddytruk Is A Sharing Service Like Lyft For Moving | TechCrunch
56 CloudFlare’s CEO On Expanding In Key Markets Like China And Brazil | TechCrunch
57 Absurd Creature of the Week: Voracious Velvet Worm Ensnares Foes With Jets of Slime | Science | WIRED
58 6 Tips for Surviving a Crisis
59 Sam Lessin Is Leaving Facebook | TechCrunch
60 YC-Backed Naytev Enhances Social Media Shares To Drive Website Traffic | TechCrunch
61 No More Hovering: Now Women Can Pee Like Men With This Pretty Paper Funnel
62 Original 'Z-Boys' Skater Jay Adams Dead at 53
63 Apple’s Sapphire iPhone Costs Could Be Lower Than Expected | TechCrunch
64 Engineer 3-D Prints An Adorable Dog Wheelchair For A Two-Legged Puppy
65 GoGoVan Raises $6.5M Series A To Expand In Asia | TechCrunch
66 People, Process and Technology: The Perfect Combination for Successful Cloud Implementations | ZDNet
67 How Do You Compete With EMC, IBM and Oracle? Generis' Secret: Get Close To Customers
68 Makerbot Releases Zee, A Blank Canvas For Artists | TechCrunch
69 3 Reasons Children Need A Video Game Vacation And 1 Reason They Don't
70 Common Pitfalls in Technology Naming
71 TeVido BioDevices 3D-Prints Skin And Fat Grafts For Breast Cancer Survivors | TechCrunch
72 What to Do in Honolulu if You Hate Surfing | Magazine | WIRED
73 How Microscopic Ocean Life May Help Make It Rain | Science | WIRED
74 The Giver Turns the Gentle Book Into a Gripping Dystopian Tale | Underwire | WIRED
75 Are These Baby-Shaped Pears Creepy Or Adorable?
76 The Vertwalker Is A Robot That Draws Abstract Artwork | TechCrunch
77 Can A Photographer Truly Capture Love?
78 To Help DevOps-ify The World, ScriptRock Raises $8.7M
79 An Expert's Perspective: Why Salt Is Not Like Tobacco And Why Guidelines Are Tricky
80 BBM for Windows Phone Comes Out of Beta
81 FTC Urged To Crack Down On Tech Firms' Privacy Violations
82 Let's Talk About Whatever You Want Right Now
83 Eddie Izzard, Noah Taylor and Olesya Rulin Join the Cast of Powers PSN TV Series - IGN
84 Back to School Guide 2014: Laptops
85 The future of Xbox One: early access gaming, Cortana and more
86 Pilots banned from acting like Uber drivers in the sky
87 Latest audit on two Chinese Apple suppliers finds labor, health violations
88 Leaked Photos: Lightning Cable with Reversible USB
89 Apple Loop: How Much Will The iPhone 6 Cost, Should You Buy The iPhone 6, And Will We See A Sapphire iWatch In September?
90 Google buys Instagram-analyzing mobile app startup Jetpac
91 'Skystones Smash' Blends Board Games And Video-Games Perfectly
92 Why Intel And The Michael J. Fox Foundation Are Teaming Up To Create Wearable Tech For Parkinson's
93 Introducing an All-New Victorian Horror Game: Scopophobia - IGN
94 Daniel Bryan on Brie Bella's SummerSlam Match and Why He's Not Sure When He'll Be Back on WWE TV - IGN
95 Take a Day Off and Put Yourself Through Financial Boot Camp
96 The People Have Spoken: It's Time To Start Trusting Your Employees More
97 In 2025, our lovers will be robots - CNET
98 Ikaruga creator reveals new PS4 shooter, 'Ubusana'
99 DataRobot, Run by World’s Top Data Scientists, Raises $21M Series A