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8:36 AM - Saturday, May 23, 2015
5/21/2015 - Mashable / Jessica Plautz
About 33 million people are expected to drive to their vacation destinations this Memorial Day weekend, according to AAA. That's a 5.3% increase from last year, and more than in the past 10 years. In anticipation of the beginning of the busy s . . .
4 hour ago - Redmond Pie / Zayed Rehman
Has anyone mistaken your Apple Watch for a Casio Calculator Watch? Chances are, it's the old-timers who may make that mistake given how a calculator on the wrist was a huge tech advancement and carried that cool factor almost two decades back. . . .
5/22/2015 - The Next Web / Abhimanyu Ghoshal
Google’s Search Console (formerly Webmaster Tools) has been updated with new reports to show developers how their mobile app content is performing in search results. The Search Analytics report lists top queries, top app pages and traffic by co . . .
9 hour ago - pcworld.com / John Ribeiro
The U.S. Senate voted early Saturday to block the USA Freedom Act, a legislation that aimed to put an end to the bulk collection of telephone records by the National Security Agency.It also voted down a bill that would extend to July 31 ce . . .
18 hour ago - slashgear.com / Brittany Hillen
The founder of Oculus VR, Palmer Luckey, has been hit with a lawsuit from his former employer Total Recall Technologies. According to the lawsuit, Luckey used confidential information he acquired during his job at Total Recall to later launch h . . .
5 hour ago - Gizmodo / Maddie Stone
Astronomers are calling it the “Nasty 1,” but the hefty, rapidly aging star that shines in the center of the image above sure is beautiful. It’s also damn peculiar, and it may hold clues to a stellar mystery that’s puzzled scientists for decade . . .
5/21/2015 - Liliputing / Brad Linder
Google’s Chrome browser for desktop computers is based on the open source Chromium project. Want to inspect the code, compile the browser yourself, or make your own browser that’s based on Chromium? You can do that. But up until recent . . .
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5 hour ago - Android News, Reviews, Applications, Games, Phones
There's little doubt in anyone's mind that Microsoft has been marching forward with its cross-platform strategy over the past months. The company has been releasing more and more apps for Android and iOS, trying to spread its wings beyond its . . .
18 hour ago - VentureBeat / Mark Sullivan
Munchery joins Blue Apron and Sprig in a set of food delivery companies that have received large funding rounds in recent weeks.
17 hour ago - betanews.com / Brian Fagioli
I have a love/hate relationship with iOS. My iPad Air is a satisfying tablet; I enjoy using it while hanging out on the toilet, but I feel guilty using it. Why? I have some specific computing beliefs that Apple's operating system is at odds wit . . .
9 hour ago - digitaltrends.com / David Nield
Where now for online surveillance legislation and data privacy? The USA Freedom Act breezed through the House of Representatives last week but has been stopped in its tracks at the Senate. The post Senate blocks USA Freedom Act on data collecti . . .
15 hour ago - Engadget / Mariella Moon
Android's factory reset function isn't as effective as we'd all like it to be, according to a team of Cambridge University researchers. The group estimates that as many as 500 to 630 million Android devices might not be capable of completely wi . . .
22 hour ago - bgr.com / Jacob Siegal
On Wednesday, Spotify took the stage in NYC to unveil a host of additions that will soon be arriving on its service, including videos, podcasts and a surprisingly extensive list of content partners. We got a peek of the updated app during the p . . .
5/22/2015 - WSJ.com
Channel 4 News said it found a database of 3.9 million of AdultFriendFinder.com’s members in an online forum for hackers, including users’ sexual preferences, e-mail addresses, dates of birth and, in some cases, whether they were looking to che . . .
17 hour ago - bgr.com / Brad Reed
Just because Jay-Z’s Tidal service has been a bomb so far, that doesn’t mean artists aren’t right to be upset about the paltry sums of money they’re receiving from Spotify. However, Fort Frances lead singer David McMillin argues over at PopMatt . . .
5/21/2015 - zdnet.com.feedsportal.com
PayPal is building up its One Touch checkout experience, connecting the dots between native mobile app and web experiences.
5/22/2015 - pcworld.com / Ian Paul
Mozilla is on a mission to show that online advertising can be done without violating a user’s privacy—or at least not violating it too much. Next week, the beta channel of Firefox will start testing new advertising tiles based on a user . . .
5/22/2015 - MobileCrunch / Sarah Perez
 Project Fi, Google’s recently announced plans to offer its own wireless cellular service, appears to have a lot of demand – or at least, that’s what an email sent out to potential customers seems to imply. The email informs those who previousl . . .
5/22/2015 - 9to5mac.com / Ben Lovejoy
Pebble has updated its Kickstarter page, advising that the first batch of Pebble Time smartwatches will begin shipping on 27th May, and that all orders placed through Kickstarter will ship by mid-June. Great news: the first batch of Pebble Time . . .
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