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9:58 PM - Tuesday, March 31, 2015
7 hour ago - TechCrunch / Alex Wilhelm
 Welcome to the stupidest week on technology’s religious calendar: April Fools’ week. This isn’t the worst week. That slot remains filled by the Vegas confab that shall not be named. But be prepared for the next bit to be bored by trivial jokes . . .
11 hour ago - TechCrunch / Colleen Taylor
 Today, Etsy gave a few more key details about its upcoming initial public offering. The company, which is known for its marketplace for handmade and vintage objects and plans to trade on NASDAQ under the ticker symbol “ETSY,” said today that i . . .
15 hour ago - engadget.com / Nicole Lee
Ladies and gentlemen, get ready for some new Chromebooks. Yep, Google has just announced four new Chrome OS laptops, all of which lean toward the budget-friendly end of the spectrum. They are the ASUS Chromebook Flip, the ASUS Chromebook C201, . . .
9 hour ago - Mashable / Max Knoblauch
Google's April Fools' prank, in which Maps users can play Pac-Man in locations around the world, is already underway. While those using Maps on their desktop can play anywhere, those using the app are limited to (so far) 15 locations around th . . .
8 hour ago - slashgear.com / Brittany Hillen
Flickr, the Yahoo-owned photography storage and sharing website, has been slowly adding features it hopes will make it appeal to a larger audience of photographers, and latest among its efforts is the introduction of two new copyright designati . . .
18 hour ago - Liliputing / Brad Linder
Intel is expanding its line of low-power processors for tablets, notebooks, and energy efficient laptops with the introduction of the first chips based on its “Braswell” platform. CPU World has details about four of the first members of the Bra . . .
3/30/2015 - Engadget / Mat Smith
Forcing someone to wear a location tracker apparently constitutes a Fourth Amendment "search" - the Supreme Court effectively said so when ruling on a North Carolina case where a convicted sex offender was forced to wear a GPS monitor at all ti . . .
4 hour ago - TechCrunch / Catherine Shu
 Three months after announcing the transition, Line has officially received shareholder approval to appoint Takeshi Idezawa, the messaging app’s former chief operating officer, as its chief executive officer. The company said that Idezawa will . . .
5 hour ago - TechCrunch / Matthew Lynley
 In January, reports surfaced that Social+Capital was in “acquisition” talks with Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Those talks fell apart. So what happened? TechCrunch has heard from a few people familiar with the discussions about what might . . .
3/30/2015 - TechCrunch / Ingrid Lunden
 While general sites like Facebook, Twitter and Google stake their claims as news portals, apps focused squarely on reading news continue to duke it out. The latest development comes from SmartNews, a popular app founded in Japan that competes  . . .
7 hour ago - Mashable / Lance Ulanoff
We're finally getting a real taste of Microsoft's new Web browser Project Spartan. That's just a codename for now, but based on my recent experience with the online surfing tool, which I downloaded with the latest Windows 10 Preview Build, the . . .
4 hour ago - amazon.com / John Gruber
Feels like Amazon meets Philip K. Dick: free little logo-branded dinguses Amazon will give you to stick around your house, and click when you need to re-order more of whatever it’s for. A Bounty paper towel button in your kitchen, a Tide deterg . . .
9 hour ago - ReadWrite / Adriana Lee
The primary question for the Apple Watch remains, “What are we supposed to use it for?” Now, any iOS developer with the WatchKit development tools and some chutzpah is free to make his or her best case, now that Apple is finally taking Watch ap . . .
11 hour ago - WSJ.com
Customers recognize GoDaddy from ads with Danica Patrick, but the web-hosting firm now hopes a coming $20-a-share IPO will help its transition to serious small business Web partner.
9 hour ago - TechCrunch / John Biggs
Here we go! TechCrunch is winging its way to Montreal and Toronto this week for some amazing meetups. We want to see you there so I hope you’ve purchased your ticket, eh. All the pitch-off companies are picked and the judges are in line to offe . . .
4 hour ago - zdnet.com / John Gruber
Mary Jo Foley, reporting for ZDNet: The new Surface 3 is a 64-bit Intel Atom x7 (Cherry Trail)-based tablet that’s the new little sister to Microsoft’s flagship Surface Pro 3. A Surface 3 tablet with 2 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage . . .
7 hour ago - bgr.com / Yoni Heisler
Much like in real estate, sometimes the price you pay for Internet service simply boils down to location, location, location. Earlier this week, AT&T rolled out their gigabit Internet service in Cupertino, right in Apple’s backyard. Dubbed AT& . . .
9 hour ago - engadget.com / Mona Lalwani
There are way too many baby pictures on Facebook. And they need to be organized. Starting today, the network rolled out an optional "Scrapbook" feature that lets parents sort through the digital heap of their children's photos. On the site, und . . .
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