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11:28 AM - Sunday, February 01, 2015
7 hour ago - Engadget
Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green. When the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots take the field for the Super Bowl this eveni . . .
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8 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 . . .
7 hour ago - bgr.com / Chris Smith
After a month of teasing its return, The Pirate Bay team on Saturday finally brought back online the immensely popular torrent download service, almost a day before the planned February 1st relaunch, and users can now enjoy a fully functional w . . .
6 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 . . .
1/31/2015 - Google Online Security Blog
Cross-posted on the Open Source BlogA recent Pew study found that 86% of people surveyed had taken steps to protect their security online. This is great—more security is always good. However, if people are indeed working to protect themselves, . . .
5 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 / 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
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4 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 . . .
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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7 hour ago - Gizmodo / Darren Orf
Yesterday, NASA launched SMAP, Soil Moisture Active Passive satellite, strapped to an unmanned United Alliance Delta II Rocket. Whereas many of NASA's recent launches have had ISS or deep space trajectories, SMAP will be turning its gaze on ea . . .
7 hour ago - GigaOM
Whether you use the regular version of Chrome on Android or the beta edition of Google's browser, your web surfing got a little better this week. The beta version -- which…
5 hour ago - Gizmodo / Darren Orf
Warfare is a constantly changing landscape, from the weapons that are used to the battlefields they're fought on. Amidst mountains of Snowden leaks from the NSA and GCHQ, it's no longer a mystery that the digital warfare is advancing quickly, . . .
20 hour ago - Mashable / Karissa Bell
Google's Android app just got a lot smarter. Google Now will be updated with support for 40 third-party apps, the company revealed Friday. See also: Google's epic space documentary hits YouTube Google Now, launched in 2012, provides personal . . .
5 hour ago - TechCrunch / Mike Butcher
 Pulsate, a startup with a platform to deliver content for brands based on a user’s location and preferences, has raised $1.2 million in funding from PayPal and Dunnhumby (the customer science company). The money will be used to expand the plat . . .
6 hour ago - TechCrunch / Mark Gazit
 When it comes to analyzing big data, often we are urged to “follow the data,” “unlock its secrets,” analyze it and expect obscure truths to finally be revealed. While this is essentially true, data can tell many tales, and the way analytics ar . . .
4 hour ago - TechCrunch / Natasha Lomas
 Does the ever-increasing volume of digital information demand a more powerful search interface? One that allows for more complex queries to be formulated, and supports instances where the information being sought out is not necessarily somethi . . .
3 hour ago - TechCrunch / Kyle Russell
 At its $499 launch price on Indiegogo, the Storm eBike seems like a solid entry-level option. Comparable bikes I’ve tried cost a few hundred dollars more, and if you really do want things like fancy industrial design and storage for stuff whil . . .
2 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.
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