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5:30 PM - Sunday, February 01, 2015
11 hour ago - TechCrunch / Jordan Crook
 As we reported weeks ago, NBC is bringing the Super Bowl to the internet for free offering a live stream of the big game today starting at noon ET. This isn’t the first time that NBC has streamed the big game, but it is the first time that the . . .
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5 hour ago - pcworld.com / Nick Mediati
About two months ago, The Pirate Bay went offline after a police raid on its servers. Apparently, not even police action against the site can kill it off, as the original site is now back online.According to TorrentFreak, the site had been . . .
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6 hour ago - Gizmodo / Darren Orf
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6 hour ago - TechCrunch / Muhammed Chaudhry
 My twins will turn four in 2015, and they know more about computers now than I did when I took over as president and CEO of Silicon Valley Education Foundation (SVEF) in 2003. And it’s a good thing because currently there are more than 75,000 . . .
7 hour ago - TechCrunch / Sarah Perez
 I know I’m late to the party by some accounts. Early adopters cut the cord years ago and haven’t looked back. For me, turning off cable TV was an idea I flirted with, yet I just kept renewing my package deal for some reason. But there has been . . .
1/31/2015 - ModMyi
The Verge has recently announced that The Unofficial Apple Weblog also better known as TUAW, will be shutting down on February 2, 2015. TUAW was acquired by AOL ten years ago back in December of 2004. The website provided readers with the m . . .
14 hour ago - slashgear.com / Adam Westlake
Airbnb has been receiving legal grief for some time now about collecting taxes from hosts on the service. The main arguments against Airbnb are that people use the service as a loophole to set up illegal hotels and not have to pay taxes, and th . . .
5 hour ago - Engadget / Jon Fingas
Believe it or not, the US government doesn't always keep its cyberwarfare code a secret. The Army Research Lab has quietly posted the source code for Dshell, a tool it uses to both spot and understand cyberattacks against the Department of Defe . . .
5 hour ago - VentureBeat / Francisco Dao
Uber is just another in a long line of tech companies that have spoiled us rotten while infuriating us with their business practices.
5 hour ago - Gizmodo / Darren Orf
As we get closer to Apple Watch's official launch, more details are becoming clearer and clearer. For one, we're pretty certain they'll be shipping in April and may not have the greatest battery life . However, one piece of info that's remain . . .
1/31/2015 - TechCrunch / Greg Kumparak
 Lots of people have dabbled with Google Earth to fly around their neighborhood or poke around a 3D version Paris — but how many dropped $400 (per year!) for a Pro subscription? Whatever the case, it’s now free! Read More
1/30/2015 - TechCrunch / Jordan Crook
 Vine is today introducing a new layer of the app called Vine Kids. It’s meant to be a safe, kid-friendly space for a younger audience to play around with the app and watch vines. The feature pulls from the millions of Vines being created on th . . .
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12 hour ago - SAI: Silicon Alley Insider / Stephanie Yang
China has long been locked in a struggle to censor the Internet, but recent actions have show the government is taking its efforts to a whole new level. Using a virtual private networks (VPN) is a common way to get around China's "Great Firewa . . .
6 hour ago - Lifehacker / Shep Mcallister
Amazon's Fire tablets have been surprisingly well-received given their bargain basement prices, and several of the most popular models are getting their first discounts since the holiday shopping season today.Read more...
8 hour ago - WSJ.com
Microsoft is finally able to articulate a vision of the future great enough that it can pave the next wave of personal computing, says WSJ columnist Joanna Stern.
14 hour ago - TechCrunch / John Biggs
 As a parent I understand that gadgets like the Milk Nanny will be forgotten – like the Diaper Genie and the no-pacifier rule – five months into the severe sleep-deprivation experiment that is parenthood. As a gadget freak, however, I do think . . .
10 hour ago - Official Google Blog
From The Colbert Report to astronomer Annie Jump Cannon, here's a look at this week's search stars.The presidency is just my day jobBeing the President of the United State is no easy task, but Barack Obama may have just faced his toughest test . . .
11 hour ago - VentureBeat / Jillian D'Onfro
If you want to build a successful, sustainable business, don’t ask yourself what could change in the next ten years that could affect your company. Instead, ask yourself what won’t change, and then put all your energy and effort into those thin . . .
1/31/2015 - TechCrunch / Ingrid Lunden
 Nest, the connected home company acquired by Google last year, made the news yesterday with the departure of two of its key people: founding VP of technology Yoky Matsuoka and Greg Duffy, who had come to Nest as the CEO of acquired company Dro . . .
7 hour ago - TechCrunch / John Biggs
 The latest Keurig K-Cup machines have a dirty secret: built into the little ground coffee pods that so many know and love is a nefarious form of DRM. A special ink found only on real cups (and damaged by use) ensures that you can only use “rea . . .
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