This is how NASA banishes odors in space - CNET

Continued Anderson: " I chose to put my nasty shorts/socks/T-shirt onto a handrail in the US segment's Node 1 module. This handrail was near an A/C vent, meaning fresh, cold air would blow across my sweaty laundry for many hours until I donned them -- dry as a bone -- the next day. Decreasing their ability to generate any 'locker room' odors, that special placement also allowed for our environmental systems to easily soak up my sweat and turn it into drinking water for later!"

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Tom Davenport on Hadoop, Big Data and the Internet of Things - Part I

Tom: Well, GE are betting a couple of billion dollars on the industrial Internet saying, "We used to be a big iron company, but now we're a big iron and big data company." They told me that their devices all had sensors in them and now they needed to start extracting the data and making sense of it. The problem that they've faced is that there are almost as many different data formats as there are sensors; there's no common standard. I recall discussing the development of the RFID standard with Sanjay Sarma of MIT. He worked in the lab that coined the term the Internet of Things . Sanjay told me that it took around 15 years to agree on a common standard for RFID data, but he was hopeful that new standards will be agreed upon much more quickly.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Meets With China’s Vice Premier Following iCloud Security Attack | TechCrunch

Apple CEO Tim Cook met with Chinese Vice Premier Ma Kai on Wednesday, and on the agenda was discussing the protection of user information. The meeting took place in Zhongnanhai in central Beijing, which is the central seat of power for the ruling Communist Party of China.

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The Best Accelerators for Hardware Startups

HAXLR8R is one of my favorite programs for hardware startups for a couple of reasons. First, the people who join the program are extremely committed, flexible, and even adventurous, which is appropriate considering the endeavor ahead of them. After all, a program which requires you to drop everything and move to China for 16 weeks is self-selecting the kind of individuals that won’t give up on a dream.

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Funding Daily: Today’s tech funding stories, in one place

Let’s say you’re a global ad network. You take credit card payments from your advertisers around the world — your “customers” — and you pay the publishers in many countries who run the websites where the ads run. But, given all the regulations and currencies, how do you pay them?

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Second Life Creator Philip Rosedale Is Building a Virtual World Where Your Avatar Mirrors Your Facial Expressions | MIT Technology Review

Rosedale, 46, has dreamed since he was in high school of simulating a new reality to inhabit and explore. He has worked nearly full time on it since the day in 1999 when he quit his job as chief technology officer of the Internet streaming company RealNetworks. He moved to San Francisco from Seattle and founded a company called Linden Lab. In 2003, it launched Second Life, a vast virtual space where it was up to the people logging in to build things and decide what to do. You could choose your avatar’s appearance and rent land to build castles or spaceships or beaches. You could fly and teleport.

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British comedy 'IT Crowd' gets another shot at US remake - CNET

Geeky Brits Moss, Roy and Jen will return to TV -- but this time as unappreciated American computer nerds. Can Internet, soccer and quizmaster jokes translate from across the pond?

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Hands On With Google Inbox: Useful Email Triage Tools For A Mobile Workflow | TechCrunch

Google’s Inbox email app is now available, and we have access to the limited release, which is being distributed via Google’s tried-and-true invite system. While many will have to wait to check it out for themselves, our first impressions might help you decided whether you want to even try chasing down an invite.

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B&O Has a Stunning New High-End Bluetooth Speaker

Bang and Olufsen is usually best known for audio equipment that costs more than your car. But now, it's decided to create something that normal people can afford—its first ever portable Bluetooth speaker.

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Apple Plans More Stores in China

BEIJING—Apple Inc. plans to increase the number of its Apple-brand retail stores in Greater China to 40 from 15 within two years, Chief Executive Tim Cook said Thursday.

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Inbox is a total reinvention of email from Google

As a product, Inbox uses different metaphors than Gmail — or even email. You can sort of map the metaphors as you use it: stars become pins and labels become bundles, for example. But they don't map perfectly and users will need to spend some time with this new way of thinking about email before they'll know if it's any good. Fortunately, Gmail won't go away if you try Inbox, they just use the same data. Inbox is basically your email, but mediated by Google. It's the Google Now version of your regular Inbox.

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Sprint undercuts AT&T, Verizon with $20, 1GB family data plan - CNET

The move is part of Sprint's "double-the-data" campaign and the latest step in its plan to draw attention to its services through lower prices and an offer of more data than the competition. The company, which has been bleeding customers for the past several quarters, has been hampered by a network that's not yet up to par with those of its rivals. New CEO Marcelo Claure has been charged with turning things around.

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IGN Live Presents: Halo: The Master Chief Collection – IGN First - IGN

From 11am PT (that's 2pm ET/7pm GMT/5am AET until 1pm PT/4pm ET/9pm GMT/7am AET), we'll be playing Halo: The Master Chief Collection multiplayer live. And because there's so much damn content in this game and we couldn't even begin to try and show it  all  off, we're taking a slightly different approach: we're taking your requests. Yes, tweet @IGN with the hashtag #IGNFirst with the game, map, mode, and custom rules you'd like to see, and we'll play it!

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Zuckerberg Wows Beijing Audience With Fluent Mandarin

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PreTweet saves you from looking like an idiot on social media - CNET

No more "amazeballs"! Avoid looking like a twit on Twitter by using the PreTweet service to scrub out overused words everybody is tired of seeing on social media.

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Do Readers Really Prefer Their Dusty Old Paperbacks To E-Books? The E-Book Industry By The Numbers [Infographic]

This still pales in comparison to global print’s $53.9 billion so it’s little surprise readers still prefer holding those dusty old paperbacks. 46 percent of U.S. Internet users said they only read printed books while 15 percent read more e-books than printed books. A mere 6 percent of Internet users said they exclusively read their books in electronic format.

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Royal Dutch Shell - In Photos: The World's Best Corporate Websites 2014

Shell's global website does everything well. It inculdes links to its 50 different country websites around the world, all of which display designs consistent with the international site. Like most energy companies, it emphasizes efficiency and sustainability. It is also packed with high-quality magazine-style content.

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http://blog.uber.com/health

UberHEALTH will be available today, October 23, in Boston, New York and DC from 10 am until 3 pm EST, and Uber users can request this service within their Uber app. Upon arrival, users will receive a flu prevention pack and the option to request a flu shot from a registered nurse for up to 10 people – all at no cost.  Even better, for every shot given, Uber will donate $5 to the Red Cross to support vaccination efforts for children including its Measles & Rubella Initiative.

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Microsoft Deletes Nokia, Redmond's Mobile Future Is Lumia

I'm known for my strong views on mobile technology, online media, and the effect this has on and communication will have on the public conscious and existing businesses. I've been following this space for over ten years, working with a number of publishers, publications and media companies, some for long periods of time, others for commissions, one-off pieces or a series of articles or shows. As Scotland’s first podcaster, I continue to be a prominent voice in the rise of podcasting and new media online, and picked up a British Academy (BAFTA) nomination for my annual coverage of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, alongside contributions to Radio 5 Live, the BBC World Service, presenting Edinburgh local radio's coverage of the General Election. You'll find me on Twitter ( @Ewan ), Facebook , and Google Plus .

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Some Bank Of America Customers Claim Apple Pay Is Double-Charging Them

Some Bank Of America customers were being charged twice for payments made with Apple Pay, according to alerts from Bloomberg.

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Pandora AMPs up the Music With New Marketing Platform

With AMP (artist marketing platform), Pandora says it’s looking to ‘eliminate the guesswork’ by letting artists know which songs are performing well (e.g. track-spin counts and which are garnering the most ‘thumbs-up’). This could be used to help inform future singles or which tracks to perform live.

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Facebook Launches Pseudonymous App “Rooms” That Lets You Create Forums About Any Topic | TechCrunch

It’s not quite anonymous, but forums standalone app Rooms is Facebook’s first product that allows you to ditch your real name. Rooms lets you set up a mobile-only in-app discussion space about any topic, customize the look and moderation settings, set a screen name for the room, and choose who to invite to share text, photos, videos, and comments with others in the Room. It’s a bit like forums inside an Instagram-style vertical feed. Rooms doesn’t require a Facebook account or even an email address to sign up. It employs an innovative QR-code invite system where people take a photo or screenshot of a Room’s code to gain entry.

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Google's New Nexus Player Makes No Sense While It Still Sells The Chromecast

I’m not sure how so many people seem to miss the genius of what Google is doing. While I love my Chromecast, it’s not the solution to the internet-age TV problem – Android TV (Nexus Player) is. Chromecast is limited by two killer problems: (1) You can’t use a remote with it, so you have to dig out and unlock your phone any time you want to pause… fast forward… rewind. Also, your kids who are too young to have phones can’t use it independently. (2) It doesn’t have a dedicated interface, so if you’re trying to find something to watch with a group of people, you are looking at your phone alone, rather than a group looking at a TV. Nexus player gives you all of this, plus universal search, and voice search. And it gives you one other thing: Chromecast Casting with thousands of apps. And that is the genius of all of this. By releasing a dirt cheap, simple product up front with API’s on both Android and iOS, Google guaranteed a flourishing app ecosystem for its Casting functionality, which set the stage beautifully for their real product-line: Android TV. As far as I’m concerned, Chromecast is not Google’s real product, but a nifty toy that served a purpose – and that purpose was to clear the way for Android TV.

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Meet the robot actor starring in a play inspired by Kafka - CNET

Up-and-coming android performer Repliee S1 stars alongside well-known French actors in a piece based on Franz Kafka's absurdist classic "The Metamorphosis."

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iPad Air 2 unboxing photos and first impressions

These are some of my first impressions. I will be bring some more interesting tidbits of the iPad Air 2 shortly. Overall, the new iPad Air 2 represents an evolutionary improvement over the original iPad Air. If you’ve the original iPad Air, then I wouldn’t recommend upgrading to the iPad Air 2, however if you’ve an iPad 4, 3 or 2, then the difference would be quite significant (lighter, thinner and faster) and would be worth the upgrade.

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Microsoft tweets 'joke' about raises (really) - CNET

The official Microsoft developer account decides to make fun of CEO Satya Nadella's recent faux-pas in suggesting women shouldn't ask for raises.

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SoftBank And Sequoia Capital Make First Investment In Indonesia With $100 Million Into Tokopedia

The move by both SoftBank and Sequoia comes at a time of increased investment activity in emerging market and Asian e-commerce firms. In May, Sequoia led a $100 million round in Korea’s Coupang, while Berlin-based internet incubator Rocket Internet went public earlier this this month. Rocket, known for cloning successful online retailing businesses abroad, created Southeast Asia’s Lazada, an Amazon-like retailer, and Zalora, which focuses on fashion.

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Barnes & Noble Launches 10.1-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook

It sports a 3MP rear-facing camera and a 1.3MP front-facing incarnation, which won’t win any awards, and a 1200×800 (149ppi) HD screen. But it has been given a storage boost, with 16GB now available compared to just 8GB of the previous version. As before, you can extend this up to 64GB with a microSD card.

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This Fake Log Jams Your Phone So You'll Shut Up and Enjoy Nature | WIRED

Burtch sees her creation as the inverse of the increasingly common sight of cellular towers disguised as trees . Instead of hiding technology in nature to let people remain connected everywhere, the Log Jammer blends into a natural setting to cut off that constant remote communication—to force people to experience the place they’re in. Burtch paraphrases French philosopher Gilles Deleuz: “The problem is no longer getting people to express themselves,” she says. “It’s creating a needed gap of solitude in which they might find something to say.”

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Arrow: "Corto Maltese" Review - IGN

The big news this week was the return of Malcolm Merlyn and Thea Queen, both of whom were last seen leaving Starling City late in Season 2 (well, not counting their cameo last week). Even as Ollie and Roy arrived in Corto Maltese to convince Thea to come home, we saw glimpses into her recent past and her evolution from spoiled rich girl to hardened warrior. I wasn't sure I'd buy her transformation, as six months is a pretty short amount of time to mold someone into a world-class fighter and swordsman. But seeing the lengths Malcolm was willing to go to school his daughter - burning tea, elbows to the face, etc. - you can understand that she had to be a quick study.

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Free Xbox Music streaming on Windows 8.1 and web will be discontinued in December

I pay.  But I also disapprove of this move.  It means fewer users.  The model for nearly every successful web project (Facebook, instagram, whatsapp, everything) has been to lure users via some mechanism and then once the user base is sufficiently large introduce some pay feature (or method to monetize their users' addictions) - enhanced subscriptions, advertising (or ad opt-outs), extra content, something.  This move will move any growth in the opposite direction.  The only defensible position is that the free users exceed paid users and that it is impacting service to paid members.  If that is the case, free can be futher limited by stream quality, etc.  Also, I concur with other posts.  If you're a XBL member, this should come "free."  I am also an XBL subscriber.  A bump in price to cover this would be fine.

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Pentagram's Michael Bierut Rebrands The MIT Media Lab

What Bierut ended up with for the finished identity was essentially a typeface, masquerading as a logo. Using the same 7x7 unit grid that figured in the 25th-anniversary logo, Bierut calculated all the possible ways a maximum of three different letters could fit into 49 pixels, yet still be readable. The Media Lab itself has its own logo, denoted by a low-res "ML," where as Media Lab departments each have their own sibling identities, represented by their initials. A plus? It's a design that still looks pretty good on a tote.

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SoftBank And Sequoia Capital Make First Investment In Indonesia With $100 Million Into Tokopedia

The move by both SoftBank and Sequoia comes at a time of increased investment activity in emerging market and Asian e-commerce firms. In May, Sequoia led a $100 million round in Korea’s Coupang, while Berlin-based internet incubator Rocket Internet went public earlier this this month. Rocket, known for cloning successful online retailing businesses abroad, created Southeast Asia’s Lazada, an Amazon-like retailer, and Zalora, which focuses on fashion.

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The iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 review

A thinner profile comes at the expense of battery size. The new Air's is 5.1Whr smaller than the old one, but Apple still promises that you'll get the same 10-hour battery life because the A8X is more power-efficient. Real-life use shows that the original Air still rules the roost; after a day of heavy use, I typically went to bed with around 20 percent left in the tank. If you're only using it moderately -- say, for casual content creation or consumption -- you should get a little over two days. In our video test, in which an HD movie plays through the life of the battery, the Air 2 squeezed out 11 hours and 15 minutes, significantly lower than last year's Air and about an hour short of the Samsung Tab S. That said, I'm using the WiFi+Cellular version, so keep in mind that the WiFi-only option should get longer results. On the flip side, the mini 3 actually improved in battery life over the last model, getting nearly 14 hours of video before dying.

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China's GMO Research Juggernaut Prepares for Climate-Changed Future | MIT Technology Review

In anticipation, the nation is building a storehouse of genetically modified crop strains for future use. China sees this as a way of protecting its long-term security. In fact, the country is the world’s top public spender on genomics and genetic modification of crops, says Scott Rozelle, a China scholar and food security expert at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University. “Certainly we [the United States] aren’t doing much—and the big multinationals aren’t doing much right now in terms of spending on plant biotech research,” Rozelle says. “And yet China continues to do it.” So far China has been able to feed itself, so there is no impetus to deploy this new technology, he adds. “Yet they continue to pour money into it. Are they doing it for the love of science? They are putting away for a rainy day—or a non-rainy one. And when that day comes, I think they will have more GM technologies than anyone.”

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Here's Everything You Need to Know About Wombats to Celebrate Wombat Day

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 40 million unique visitors worldwide and 19 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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New Microsoft Garage site invites public to test a wide range of app ideas

Microsoft today launched a new section on its website: The Microsoft Garage is designed to give the public early access to various projects the company is testing right now. The team is kicking off with a total of 16 free consumer-facing apps, spanning Android, Android Wear, iOS, Windows Phone, Windows, and even the Xbox One.

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BBC Doctor Who Game Teaches Programming

Danny Cohen, BBC Director of Television, said: “The Doctor and the Dalek is a brand new Doctor Who story and a fantastic game, voiced by the wonderful Peter Capaldi. It’s an excellent example of how a hugely popular BBC show can give fans something extra, whilst also introducing wider audiences to increasingly important skills, such as coding and programming.

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Nanako learns new swears in faux Persona 4 Platinum

Persona 4 Platinum might not be real, but that doesn't mean Atlus can't borrow a few ideas from this biting fan-made spoof. Spending Chanukah with President Tanaka sounds delightful. [Image: Faulerro]

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Microsoft sees Surface revenue soar to $908M in Q1 2015, Xbox console sales grow 102%

“Customers are embracing our latest technologies from Surface Pro 3 and Office 365 to Azure and SQL Server,” Microsoft chief operating officer Kevin Turner said in a statement. “Through great execution by our sales teams and our partners, we have been able to deliver our truly differentiated value to the marketplace.”

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Verizon Leads Flint Mobile’s $9.4M Round As Payment Service Comes To The Web | TechCrunch

Flint Mobile , a point-of-sale mobile payments solution originally built around snapping photos of your credit card instead of dongles or using other hardware to make payments, is today announcing that it has raised another $9.4 million in funding led by new, strategic investor Verizon via its Verizon Ventures arm; as well as an expansion of its service to the wider internet in a new service called Sell Online.

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The 100: "The 48" Review - IGN

The 100 premiere was amazingly busy, with an incredibly impressive amount occurring within just 44 minutes of screen time. The true introduction to Mount Weather was sufficiently bizarre – even as it had some notable Hunger Games vibes with its District 13 meets the Capitol vibe – and Wallace looks like a fun and different kind of antagonist (we think?) to square off with Clarke. Kane’s a-hole behavior regarding the Bellamy and Murphy situation aside, it was also really interesting to see him and Abby now on Earth, interacting with characters we’ve never seen them paired up with before, and contributing to Season 2 having a lot of new directions to go.

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Kick-Start Your Game Creation Career With 115+ Hours Of Pro Game Design/Development Training

That's right. We've partnered with four of the web's finest e-instructors to bring you The NYOP Game Design Bundle! You pay what you want for 4 top notch game development/design courses, and if you pay more than the average price, you'll receive all 4 courses!

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Target Offers Free Holiday Shipping

The retailer is dropping shipping fees for all online orders from Oct. 22 through Dec. 20, raising the stakes in the battle with Amazon.com, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and other retailers for shoppers who avoid brick-and-mortar stores.

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AT&T Misses Expectations On Q3 Earnings And Revenue

AT&T’s third quarter revenue and earnings-per-share missed analysts’ expectations as more consumers signed up for cheaper, mobile share plans. Shares of AT&T fell 1.4% to $34.00 after closing at $34.50 in New York on Wednesday.

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Why Twitter Is Paying For Your Cell Phone Number

For instance in an interview with Forbes in January 2014, WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton explained that SMS verification made up a third of the company’s overall costs, running up a bill as as high as $500,000 a month. In its early days, WhatsApp navigated a cutthroat industry of SMS brokers who would charge prices as high as 65 cents for sending an SMS to a user in the Middle East, and 2 cents for sending to one in the U.S. Sometimes the SMS message would fail, and the company would have to call the user with an automated voice provider. That could cost double or 10 times more than an SMS. Registration by text is alluring, but out of reach for most developers. Enter Twitter. It built Digits on its own infrastructure, and says it’s paying for all those charges. “[App developers] don’t have to worry about managing multiple relationships with carriers and SMS interchanges,” the company said in a blog post today. Developers can use Digits to send SMS codes for free to 216 countries in 28 languages. Twitter won’t say how it’s doing that, but a Sept.

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Wanna See the Latest New Yahoo Home Page, Rolling Out Next Month? Bokay!

Starting from the left bar, it pushes only mail, video and the fancy digital magazines that Mayer has been touting, and not the many other sections of Yahoo, like weather and jobs (more sections also lose top navigation billing, such as games and groups). Only From Yahoo gets a boost up, and trending moves to the top now (it has been elsewhere in previous betas seen). The editor-driven news carousel seems to have been subsumed entirely by the algorithmic news feed, with a liberal sprinkling of native in-stream ads. Sadly for all those Yahoo editors, the only edit-driven module seems to be on the right, which means it may be harder to push fare from big stars like news anchor Katie Couric that Yahoo has hired at a big cost (Katie in the stream next to credit card ads seems like a bad idea to me!).

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Ford Cars Will Soon Come with Pedestrian-Spotting Systems | MIT Technology Review

Ford’s pedestrian detection uses two sensors: radar in the bumper and a camera on the windshield. The radar detects an object, and the camera can determine if it is a person crossing the road. It will work at speeds of up to 80 kilometers per hour (50 miles per hour), but Ford said in a release that it will operate only “in daylight and clear weather conditions.”

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Hearthstone shuffles to iPhone, Android phones in early 2015

Sheathe your sword, draw your deck, and get ready for Hearthstone - the fast paced strategy card game that's easy to learn and massively fun. Start a free game on Battle.net and play your cards to sling spells, summon creatures, and command the heroes of Warcraft in duels of epic strategy.

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The Top 5 iPad Air 2 Accessories And Cases

The iPad Air 2 will be landing in shops and on doorsteps soon and, whilst you might be looking forward to trying out some of the updated features, there’s also a host of interesting accessories that can enhance your iPad experience. There’s also a good chance that you’ll want to protect your most prized – and probably thinnest – possession.

51 A Random Walk Through Hardware Alley | TechCrunch
52 Custom backgrounds headline Xbox One's November update
53 Roku raises $25 million amid growing competition from Amazon and Google
54 Agents of SHIELD: Mockingbird's Costume Revealed - IGN
55 German Publishers Bow To Google’s Market Power In Ongoing Text Snippets Fight | TechCrunch
56 Twitter trades passwords for phone numbers with Digits login
57 How to get demo codes for Pokemon Omega Ruby, Alpha Sapphire
58 Apple reportedly building rewards program to boost Apple Pay use
59 Only in China: Open a Bank Account, Get an iPhone 6
60 Funding Daily: Today's tech funding news, in one place
61 Apple CEO says to add 25 stores in China within two years: Sina
62 Now Open - AWS Germany (Frankfurt) Region - EC2, DynamoDB, S3, and Much More
63 Up to 8 players brawl in Super Smash Bros. Wii U
64 Christian Bale to play Steve Jobs because the Steve Jobs bio-pics must never end
65 Online Harassment Prevalent, Often by Strangers, Pew Study Finds
66 Deals With Gold: Strike Suit Zero, Burnout, DBZ
67 Unity founder steps down to let ex-EA CEO John Riccitiello take over -- here's why
68 Judge says Aereo must shut for good as live TV, but service may survive as a cloud DVR
69 GTA: San Andreas Really Is Coming to Xbox 360 - IGN
70 Charlie Briefs You On Your Upcoming Meetings By Emailing You One-Pagers On Attendees | TechCrunch
71 7 Hurdles Female Entrepreneurs Need To Overcome
72 HP’s rumored 'Sprout PC' sure sounds similar to this oddball printer from 2011
73 Timbuk2: 25 years of sewin' bags in San Francisco | Cult of Mac
74 GT Advanced settles with Apple, to exit sapphire production
75 Brutal Legend PC limited edition coming soon from IndieBox
76 Apple CEO discusses security with top Chinese official amid hacking claims: Xinhua
77 'Facebook Killer' Ello Hatches Plan to Stay Ad-Free Forever | WIRED
78 Sharp Aquos Crystal Review - IGN
79 Our loss of wisdom
80 Google tries to rethink email (again) with Inbox, a new service inspired by Google Now
81 Published for the First Time: a 1959 Essay by Isaac Asimov on Creativity | MIT Technology Review
82 Nintendo is Going All Out in Super Smash Bros. For Wii U - IGN
83 SOSVentures Takes On Y Combinator With A Pure Biotech Accelerator | TechCrunch
84 Get 5x The Scratch & Impact Protection For That Expensive New Toy + Free Shipping!
85 Constantine: "Non Est Asylum" Review - IGN
86 Galvanize Announces GalvanizeU, A Year-Long Bootcamp That Gives You A Master’s Degree | TechCrunch
87 Best iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus cases - CNET
88 You can now pay for a Hailo cab without cash even if you hailed on the street - CNET
89 Microsoft is doing great, and so are Surface Pro 3 and Office 365
90 Facebook Unveils Its Own Anonymous App
91 Apple ending SSL 3.0 push notifications in wake of severe POODLE vulnerability
92 Hardware Battlefield Applications Close In A Week | TechCrunch
93 Here's Why Mark Zuckerberg Studies Chinese Every Day
94 4 Security Tips for Apple Pay Users
95 Ouija Review - IGN
96 Apple Pay’s First TV Ad Is A World Series Spot From MasterCard And MLB | TechCrunch
97 Apps to manage your phone's battery life - CNET
98 40% of Web users have been harassed, says survey
99 Fake LED Flames Indicate How Hot Samsung's New Induction Stove Gets
100 America Movil third-quarter profit drops 38 percent