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4/17/2015 - engadget.com / Richard Lawler
It's been more than a year since Comcast announced its plan to buy fellow cable giant Time Warner Cable in a $45 billion deal, but it still hasn't received the blessings of various regulators. Now, word is leaking out from unnamed sources to Bl . . .
6 hour ago - slashgear.com / Adam Westlake
Saturday was not a good day for owners of the Wink Hub, a smart home device that allows users to control a range of home appliances with their smartphone. Of course, Wink owners are probably already aware of this, what with not being able to tu . . .
7 hour ago - Gizmodo / Maddie Stone
The new Star Wars teaser trailer is so awesome, it’s already given Disney’s stock a $2 billion boost, indicating the excitement among investors (nerds) over the upcoming movie.Read more...
12 hour ago - MobileCrunch / Alix Murphy
 Ask most people what the state of mobile payments is today, and they’ll tell you it’s just kicking off. With Facebook announcing the option to ‘send money to friends’ via messenger and the release of Apple Pay last year, 2015 has excitedly bee . . .
23 hour ago - MobileCrunch / Natasha Lomas
 What is the Apple Watch? The simple answer is Apple’s first smartwatch. In fact Apple calls it its “most personal device ever”. But early reviewers have wrestled with the raison d’être of the Apple Watch. Read More
4/18/2015 - TechCrunch / Frederic Lardinois
 You may have never heard of it, but if you are a Chrome users, chances are you’ve used Google’s QUIC protocol already. As Google disclosed this week, about half of all requests from Chrome to Google’s servers are now served over QUIC. So what’ . . .
4/17/2015 - MobileCrunch / Alex Wilhelm
 Microsoft promised this morning to release by the end of April a set of Office applications that it calls “Universal” for smartphones running Windows 10. The company has a two-prong productivity strategy in place for Windows: Office 2016 for d . . .
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5 hour ago - arstechnica.com.feedsportal.com / Sam Machkovech
Speed and character diversity make up for some of the dumbest Kombat we've ever seen.
20 hour ago - betanews.com / Manish Singh
WhatsApp, the popular instant messaging client, has reached 800 million monthly active users. The company’s CEO Jan Koum shared the stat on his Facebook account last night. Interestingly enough, the company has just rolled out an update to its . . .
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21 hour ago - engadget.com
Comcast is bringing its twice-as-fast-as-Google-Fiber internet service to northern California. Potential customers will need installation of professional-grade equipment to access it and, you'll have to be near its fiber network -- Fresno, Mont . . .
4/18/2015 - pcworld.com / Nick Mediati
The typical, consumer-grade 3D printer creates objects made of thin layers of stiff, brittle plastic fused together. Of course, hard plastic isn’t ideal for all projects, so that’s why researchers from Disney, Cornell University, and Carne . . .
6 hour ago - TechCrunch / Dave Evans
 Nowadays, it seems that everything is connected to the Internet. There are connected socks, shoes, shirts, hats, glasses, appliances, beds, homes, drones, cars, and even diapers. Yet, for the Internet of Things (IoT) to play a key role in shap . . .
6 hour ago - arstechnica.com.feedsportal.com
Inductive charging makes the jump from consumer tech to electronic cars.
4/18/2015 - Official Google Blog
From political drama to the mobile resurrection of Pac-Man, here’s what trended on search this week. If you can't stand the heat...This week, the hammer came down on the state of Indiana after Governor Mike Pence signed the Religious Freedom Re . . .
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4 hour ago - Engadget
The money in your bank account is typically covered by federal insurance, but your internet payment services typically aren't. If PayPal or Venmo went belly-up, you'd probably lose your existing balance. ...
18 hour ago - TechCrunch / Joe Mccann
 We’ve been living in a bundled world. ESPN packaged with Nickelodeon, healthcare tied to employers, learning wrapped up in colleges and degree programs. We’ve grown up surrounded by so many bundled products and services that it’s easy to becom . . .
4 hour ago - VentureBeat / Farhan Ahmad
Guest: When the accelerator model first became popular, many in the startup community referred to them as the “new MBA."
8 hour ago - SAI: Silicon Alley Insider / Julie Bort
Dave Goldberg is half of one of Silicon Valley's most powerful couples. He's the CEO of uber successful Valley company SurveyMonkey, with an epic career that began in the Internet bubble days. And he's married to Sheryl Sandberg, the COO of Fac . . .
4/18/2015 - TechCrunch / Danny Crichton
 Wanderlust in San Francisco used to mean going anywhere west of Mount Sutro to exotic locales like the Outer Sunset. But a new generation of creative worker, backed by the cloud and increasingly ubiquitous worldwide internet connectivity, is s . . .
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