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12:54 AM - Thursday, April 17, 2014
18 hour ago - Engadget / Richard Lawler
While Google has continued to toss new features into the camera app shipped on its Nexus devices, many Android phones replace it something else. But just as we revealed a few weeks ago, now it's available in the Play Store, ready to run on any . . .
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22 hour ago - Gizmodo / Eric Limer
Google's Project Tango isn't coming to stores near you any time soon. You wouldn't even know what to do with it if it did. Still, the folks at iFixit got their hands on one and tore it apart. What's inside? Mostly a ton of crazy cameras, with . . .
12 hour ago - electronista.feedsportal.com
Veteran embedded chip and automotive systems maker Texas Instruments has announced plans to incorporate Apple's iBeacon technology in many of the company's forthcoming Bluetooth products, saying that "there are many more applications that could . . .
17 hour ago - TechCrunch / Sarah Perez
 Google this morning launched a mobile client application called "Chrome Remote Desktop app for Android" (whew!) which allows for remote access to your Mac or PC from your Android device, whether smartphone or tablet. The new app is an extensio . . .
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5 hour ago - TechCrunch / Catherine Shu
 First made for British singer-songwriter Imogen Heap, the Mi.Mu glove turns the arms and hands of performers into musical instruments. Eventually, Heap and Mi.Mu's developers hope the glove and it software, which will be made open source, will . . .
19 hour ago - SAI: Silicon Alley Insider / Ryan Bushey
The Google Play store for Android apps store has been dealing with a few sketchy programs lately, like the recent flashlight app that was caught selling personal user data without permission. But Google has a nifty feature that can help protect . . .
9 hour ago - BBC
China's internet giant Tencent will launch the popular Candy Crush game on the mainland in partnership with the game's creator King Digital Entertainment.
16 hour ago - GigaOM / Kevin Fitchard
TWC has launched the first large-scale implementation of Hotspot 2.0, which will make public Wi-Fi networks behave like cellular networks. You log into the network once and you'll be instantly connected wherever you go.
12 hour ago - VentureBeat / Harrison Weber
Yahoo’s search engine market share continues to decline, but chief executive Marissa Mayer is on a mission to drastically boost its relevance. The CEO is reportedly trying to convince Apple to make Yahoo Search the default search engine on iOS …
8 hour ago - VentureBeat / Harrison Weber
Either Microsoft Office users don't care about Chrome, or Chromebook users don't care about Microsoft.
14 hour ago - TechCrunch / Ryan Lawler
 Zoosk just filed its S-1 registration statement today, announcing its plans to raise $100 million in an initial public offering. The company, which has offers up a website and apps for daters around the world to find each other, posted a net l . . .
8 hour ago - Engadget / Edgar Alvarez
Cheesy moniker aside, Sprint's newly minted Framily plan is not one to be ignored. It allows you to save money by sharing an account with, well, friends and family, all while being billed separately on up to 10 lines. Following in similar foot . . .
9 hour ago - Engadget / Richard Lawler
With all the modular phone concepts, balloon internet projects, robots and drones it can be easy to forget Google's main business angle: search and advertising. Google reported its first quarter earnings today and didn't have much to say about . . .
9 hour ago - The Next Web / Kaylene Hong
Apple is making it more convenient for iPhone and iPad users to identify songs without having to download separate apps, as it is partnering with Shazam to introduce a song-identification feature in iOS 8, according to a report from Bloomberg. . . .
13 hour ago - arstechnica.com.feedsportal.com / Jon Brodkin
That TV spectrum auction everyone's excited about? AT&T might skip it.
16 hour ago - Gizmodo / Ashley Feinberg
In what's sure to be the first of many to come, a 19-year-old Canadian man was arrested for exploiting the Heartbleed bug to lift taxpayer data from a government website, making this the first official Heartbleed-related arrest.Read more...
12 hour ago - TechCrunch / Alex Wilhelm
 Call it Yahoo's version of the butcher, the baker, and the candlestick maker. The venerable Internet firm today announced a trio of nominations to its board that could round out the sort of folks keeping tabs on its focus. Most interesting amo . . .
13 hour ago - Engadget / Emily Price
If you have any documents (or e-books acquired in a "non-standard" way) stored on your Kindle, now you can access them anywhere via Amazon Cloud Drive. Starting today, documents uploaded to your e-reader via your browser, mobile device or emai . . .
13 hour ago - Gizmodo / Sarah Zhang
House numbers on Google Street View can turn up as blobby, blurry things, so its engineers built a pretty crazy neural network to decipher them. Except this algorithm also turns out to be very very good at deciphering other blobby, blurry text . . .
7 hour ago - Engadget / Richard Lawler
Sony just announced sales of seven million PlayStation 4 consoles and promised more details on its upcoming software update would follow soon, now here they are. We still don't have an exact timetable for when firmware 1.70 will arrive, but no . . .
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