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6:03 PM - Monday, May 25, 2015
5 hour ago - techcrunch.com / Darrell Etherington
 Apple’s Jony Ive, the design genius often credited for Apple’s innovative and unique industrial design language over the past couple of decades, has taken on a new role at the company: Chief Design Officer. The new role elevates him above his . . .
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5 hour ago - The Next Web / Nate Swanner
Twitter is reportedly in discussions to purchase Flipboard. Citing sources familiar with the matter, Re/Code is reporting Twitter wants to purchase Flipboard in an all-stock deal that would value Flipboard north of $1 billion. The ongoing talks . . .
5 hour ago - engadget.com / Jon Fingas
As a rule, robots have to learn through explicit instruction, whether it's through new programming, watching videos or holding their hands. UC Berkeley's BRETT (Berkeley Robot for the Elimination of Tedious Tasks) isn't nearly that dependent, h . . .
4 hour ago - Redmond Pie / Oliver Haslam
When Apple announced that it would be offering a solid gold version of the Apple Watch, namely the Apple Watch Edition, most of us thought that while it was all well and good for the 1%, it was never going to be of any use to the rest of us. An . . .
5 hour ago - Redmond Pie / Zayed Rehman
Here's what Apple Watch can do on WiFi with or without iPhone connected in its Bluetooth range. Check out the full list below. Continue reading this article at RedmondPie.com
7 hour ago - bgr.com / Chris Smith
A report last week revealed that Apple’s upcoming iOS 9 and OS X releases will bring a major typeface change, with Apple apparently aiming to offer the same system font across devices, no matter how large it is. Called San Francisco, the new ty . . .
7 hour ago - Gizmodo / Kate Knibbs
Silicon Valley picked up the pace this week, with a quick, sharp episode about betrayal, failure, and the indignities of no longer being a billionaire. Read more...
4 hour ago - TechCrunch / Natasha Lomas
 Pavegen is on a mission to upgrade the ground you walk on. The U.K. clean-tech startup has engineered a high tech flooring product that can generate enough energy to power lights and even buildings by harnessing kinetic energy from pedestrians . . .
4 hour ago - TechCrunch / Tim Merel
 Smartphone sales growth is slowing to less than 10% annually to 2018, and mobile networks saw just 5% growth in the last decade. So while Applecontinues to knock it out of the park and Xiaomi skyrockets, mobile internet is the mobile growth ma . . .
4 hour ago - TechCrunch / John Biggs
 Sending money is hard. Sure we’ve got bitcoin for some and Paypal for some more and the horrible SWIFT and ACH systems for the rest of us schlubs but no one has quite cracked the money transfer trick. MasterCard Send is a good start. Created a . . .
8 hour ago - bgr.com / Jacob Siegal
Of all the shows premiering this fall, few are getting as much buzz as Supergirl, the first comic book show to land on CBS. Two weeks ago, CBS released an extended 6-minute trailer for the series, but last Friday the entire pilot leaked online . . .
8 hour ago - Redmond Pie
cCloud TV service lets you stream live TV channels for free. There are more than 50 channels in total, and are supported on a plethora of devices. It's like Popcorn Time of Live TV. Continue reading this article at RedmondPie.com
15 hour ago - engadget.com / Matt Brian
For many years, Amazon has sent a huge percentage of its European revenues over to Luxembourg. The tiny country levies a much smaller rate of tax than most of the countries in which the retailer operates, allowing it to keep a larger share of s . . .
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
Hundreds of taxi drivers protested in Mexico City to demand that authorities crack down on the popular ride-hailing service Uber, which responded by offering free trips throughout the day.
4 hour ago - VentureBeat / Suni Munshani
GUEST: What happens to the personal information of users when companies that collected that data close up shop?
3 hour ago - VentureBeat / Jordan Novet
Now that I'm an actual Chromebook user, I'm genuinely interested in the development of the platform. I don't want to see Google gradually move Chromebooks away from the spotlight.
20 hour ago - TechCrunch / Jon Russell
 It’s been a pretty busy and expensive 2015 so far for Expedia — which forked out $280 million to buy Travelcity in February, before shelling out $1.6 billion for Orbitz a week later — but the travel giant is divesting one major asset after it . . .
10 hour ago - The Next Web / Nate Swanner
Though nowhere near official, it seems Google may actually be splitting its impressive Photos service from their sputtering social arm. Android Police recently got some hands-on time with Google’s new “Photos”…
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