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12:38 AM - Thursday, December 18, 2014
15 hour ago - bgr.com / Brad Reed
Although The Interview might end up being a pretty bad movie, it’s about to become a cause célèbre for freedom lovers everywhere. The Wall Street Journal reports that the four biggest movie theater chains in the United States — Regal Entertainm . . .
16 hour ago - The Inquisitr / Aric Mitchell
The Interview DVDs are coming soon… to North Korea!? If the Human Rights Foundation has anything to do with it, then yes. The group’s president explained in a recent press release why he planned on making such a bold statement. “Everything we d . . .
5 hour ago - TechCrunch / Jon Russell
 Mega VC firm Khosla Ventures is raising a new $400 million seed fund as it looks to enter the new year with some gusto. Read More
18 hour ago - Gizmodo / Leslie Horn
Remember MoviePass ? It's an app through which you can play a flat fee to see up to a movie a day for an entire month. It's taken a while for the service to find a partner, and now it's found one in AMC Theaters, where it'll offer an all you c . . .
5 hour ago - TweakTown / Michael Hatamoto
Chinese mobile manufacturer Coolpad is building backdoors into high-end Google Android-powered smartphones, according to Palo Alto Networks' Unit 42. The "CoolReaper" backdoor has been found on a variety of ROMs that were downloaded by security . . .
5 hour ago - Engadget / Mariella Moon
Microsoft Research's Xim app for sharing photos can now beam slideshows on screens bigger than phones and tablets through streaming devices. Just log into the wireless network all your other devices are connected to and it will automatically de . . .
7 hour ago - Engadget
Sprint can't catch a break. As if its financial woes weren't enough, the outfit was recently accused of letting consumers get billed for "tens of millions" of dollars in unauthorized charges for premium text messages between 2004 and 2013. The . . .
18 hour ago - TechCrunch / Darrell Etherington
 The one puzzle piece I needed to complete my Ultimate Home Theater setup has finally arrived: Plex is available for PlayStation 4 and PS3 in the U.K, Europe and Asia, with an app live in the PlayStation Store. The Plex app for Sony’s latest co . . .
9 hour ago - slashgear.com / Jc Torres
Some might chide billion dollar tech companies for their monopolies or business practices, but no one can probably deny the influence and clout these companies have, especially in raising awareness and funds for humanitarian causes. Take for ex . . .
16 hour ago - Engadget / Chris Velazco
BlackBerry's "Classic" phone is a curious bit of fan-service, a seemingly conciliatory blend of old and new designed to appeal to Waterloo's die-hards. It might seem a little odd that the company would choose to go all retro on us in 2014, but . . .
17 hour ago - MobileCrunch / Sarah Perez
 Facebook’s “Rooms” application, like many of the experiments put out by Facebook’s Creative Labs – which is also responsible for apps like Paper, Slingshot, Mentions and Groups – has not been an overnight viral sensation. However, it is notabl . . .
20 hour ago - Engadget / Matt Brian
Exactly one year ago, a little known company by the name of OnePlus arrived on the scene with plans to make "the perfect smartphone." The One certainly lives up to the hype under the hood, but thanks to a flawed invite process, getting your han . . .
17 hour ago - pcworld.com / Grant Gross
A so-called spearphishing attack on ICANN has compromised the email credentials of several ICANN staff members and allowed the attacker access to user information, including email and postal addresses.The targeted phishing attack also allo . . .
21 hour ago - Engadget / Daniel Cooper
Ever since Netflix mistakenly said that offline viewing would come to Honeycomb tablets, we've waited (and opined) for the moment when it'd happen. Unfortunately, the streaming company is turning a blind eye to our needs as its head of communic . . .
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8 hour ago - Engadget / Jon Fingas
It would be an understatement to call Cuba's existing telecoms modest -- roughly five percent of residents have internet access, and cellphone access is pricey at best. The US may just turn that situation around through its new deal with Cuba, . . .
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12/16/2014 - TechCrunch / Shawn Drost
 It’s easy to forget that these are early days for the Internet. We still have different ideas on what it is or how it should work. The web is governed by an iterative improvement process that moves faster than any other invention in human hist . . .
12 hour ago - WSJ.com
By Nathan Olivarez-Giles Facebook has begun automatically enhancing photos that users upload from the recently updated iOS app.What does that mean? If Facebook's enhancement algorithm think your pictures could use improvement in brightness or . . .
12 hour ago - MacRumors / Juli Clover
The Steve Jobs deposition video that played a key role in the iPod antitrust trial Apple faced in court last week will not see a public release, ruled by District Court Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers. In a filing released today (via AppleInside . . .
6 hour ago - WSJ.com
Leaked emails involving a Snapchat director show the startup’s rapid rise was the work of a secretive entrepreneur with a distaste for Silicon Valley conventions.
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