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7:04 PM - Tuesday, September 02, 2014
7 hour ago - Gizmodo
Two years ago ago, tech writer Mat Honan wrote a blockbuster story for Wired, describing how a child got into his iCloud account and briefly ruined his life. You may have heard that the same thing recently happened to some very famous women , . . .
7 hour ago - pcworld.com / James Niccolai
Google has partnered with scientists at the University of California, Santa Barbara to build new processors for use in quantum computing systems. Quantum computers aim to use properties of subatomic particles to perform calculations mil . . .
9 hour ago - Engadget / Chris Velazco
It wasn't long at all after personal and explicit photos of some 100 celebrities started making the rounds when people started attributing the leak to a breach of Apple's iCloud storage system. After a nearly two day long investigation, Apple has...
6 hour ago - MacRumors / Juli Clover
Nordstrom may be one of Apple's first merchant partners when Apple launches its upcoming mobile payment initiative, reports Bank Innovation. Apple is said to be in talks with Nordstrom about its payments service, suggesting Nordstrom could be o . . .
8 hour ago - ReadWrite / Owen Thomas
Google is dumping the tired "enterprise" label for its business products, renaming them Google for Work.Gosh, where have we heard that one before? Oh, right—here on ReadWrite, where, two months ago, we switched our coverage of business tools fr . . .
11 hour ago - The Next Web / Emil Protalinski
Microsoft today added monthly subscriptions to its Office for iPad suite of apps. You can now buy a monthly subscription to Office 365 from within Word, Excel and PowerPoint for iPad. Office 365 Personal will set you back $6.99 per month while . . .
10 hour ago - GigaOM / Carmel Deamicis
This two-minute video shows how Hyperlapse changes the nature of video storytelling. The power of Instagram’s Hyperlapse, in one clever video originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…
5 hour ago - WSJ.com
A key employee leading Google's efforts to beam Internet access from the satellites has abruptly left the company, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.
6 hour ago - Gawker: valleywag / Kevin Montgomery
Last month, it seemed that Google's mysterious barge project was heading to the great scrap heap in the sky . But hopes for the company's floating gadget shop lives on in San Francisco.Read more...
13 hour ago - The Next Web / Paul Sawers
Facebookers in Europe can once again use the Tag Suggest feature to automatically recognize people in photos they upload, however it will only recognize their friends based in the US. To recap, way back in December 2010, Facebook introduced a n . . .
15 hour ago - Engadget / Matt Brian
Despite putting the brakes on injunctions in both Berlin and Hamburg, Uber has once again felt the effects of a ban, but this time it's effective on a national level. Earlier today, a court in Frankfurt ruled that the car-hailing service doesn . . .
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9 hour ago - VentureBeat / Tom Cheredar
Allowing my friends to see everything I’ve recently viewed on Netflix might prove embarrassing, (as sadly most people would just never appreciate the number of cartoons I watch). And until now, that was pretty much the only integration offered . . .
5 hour ago - TechCrunch / Alex Wilhelm
 A newly released study executed by the Sunlight Foundation of hundreds of thousands of comments submitted to the FCC by the public found that the vast majority spoke in favor of net neutrality. The group estimates that “less than 1 percent of . . .
5 hour ago - Engadget / Edgar Alvarez
Whether it's touring an insanely large cruise ship or the Polar Bear capital of the world, Google's Street View has you covered. But the search giant doesn't want to limit that virtual experience to tangible, real-life things, which is why it's...
6 hour ago - VentureBeat / Jeffrey Grubb
South Korea is enforcing a new game-rating system, and Facebook games won't work unless they go through the regulatory process to get an official approval from the government.
12 hour ago - VentureBeat / Tom Cheredar
Love Reddit's Ask Me Anything (AMA) posts, but don't want to deal with the tsunami of other content on Reddit? Starting today, you've finally got a solution.
10 hour ago - Engadget / Jon Fingas
Good news: you won't have to book a flight to Japan to try SoftBank's Pepper robot for yourself. The telecom now expects the helpful humanoid machine to launch in the US within a year. There's no mention of American pricing so far, although yo . . .
8 hour ago - Engadget / Edgar Alvarez
OUYA's remained relatively quiet over the past few months, aside from making content-focused announcements here and there -- such as OUYA Everywhere and the expansion of it. That said, the gaming startup, once a Kickstarter sensation, could be . . .
10 hour ago - pocketnow.com / Jaime Rivera
As we get closer to Apple’s September 9 event, the amount of rumors surrounding the iPhone 6 only gets more intense. We’ve seen a ton of leaked parts of both the 4.7-inch and Continue reading »The post Working 4.7-inch iPhone 6 . . .
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