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3/25/2015 - engadget.com / Nicole Lee
In the past few months, Facebook has really ramped up the Messenger experience -- you can add your location, apply stickers on photos and even use it for payments. Now, Facebook will let you customize your messages even further. That's because . . .
3/25/2015 - TechCrunch / Darrell Etherington
 Facebook is going to support spherical video in News Feed, and in the Oculus hardware it creates through Oculus VR. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the new feature today at F8, the company’s annual developer conference. The immersive vi . . .
3/25/2015 - The Next Web / Martin Bryant
Flexibits has today launched a new version of its popular Fantastical calendar app for OS X. “When we designed the original Fantastical for Mac almost four years ago, the real goal was to fix (Apple’s own calendar app at the time) iCal – it was . . .
3/25/2015 - TechCrunch / Sarah Perez
 Amazon’s Angie’s List competitor, called “Amazon Local Services,” has been rebranded as “Amazon Home Services” ahead of a larger launch happening Monday, sources familiar with the plans tell TechCrunch. The site, which previously featured only . . .
3/25/2015 - engadget.com / Richard Lai
Thanks to the consistently high local demand, the iPhone resell business is rather lucrative in China, to the point where even the company who actually manufactures the devices wants in as well. According to Bloomberg, Apple is about to launch . . .
3/25/2015 - TechCrunch / Kyle Russell
 As if turning Facebook Messenger into a platform and laying the groundwork for virtual reality video on the News Feed weren’t enough, Facebook just announced Analytics for Apps, a new tool for marketers who want to better target campaigns base . . .
3/25/2015 - techcrunch.com / Matt Burns
 Smart Lock purveyor August has raised another $38 million in funding, bringing the company’s tally up to $50 million, the company’s co-founder Jason Johnson told TechCrunch. August’s Smart Lock attempts to reinvent the front door and rid the w . . .
3/25/2015 - The Next Web / Napier Lopez
Facebook’s mobile app development platform, Parse, is about to enter you home. At its F8 conference today, the company announced Parse is coming to the ‘Internet of Things.’ Parse currently supports Android, iOS and Windows Phone mobile operati . . .
3/25/2015 - techcrunch.com / Darrell Etherington
 Kickstarter has a new project page layout called Spotlight that acts as a showcase that outlasts each project’s actual crowdfunding campaign. The new Spotlight landing pages put much more focus on the results of the projects themselves, with p . . .
3/25/2015 - pcworld.com / Martyn Williams
PayPal has reached a $7.7 million settlement with the U.S. Treasury for ignoring U.S. sanctions and allowing money transfers to accounts linked to Iran, Cuba, terrorism and weapons of mass destruction.Announcing the civil liability settlem . . .
3/25/2015 - TechCrunch / Alex Wilhelm
 The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) published a comment today pushing against a rising media narrative that it may have gone too easy on Google during its multi-year antitrust probe on the search company’s ranking of results to benefit its own . . .
3/25/2015 - VentureBeat / Barry Levine
Analysis:It's not exactly Facebook’s Tyson versus Google’s Holyfield.
3/25/2015 - engadget.com / Jon Fingas
When the UK's Members of Parliament get down to work following the election in May, they'll have more than just a new government on their hands -- they'll have a tablet, too. The Parliamentary tech team is handing out cellular-equipped iPad Air . . .
3/25/2015 - TechCrunch / Frederic Lardinois
 Dart is not coming to Chrome, Google announced today. The lingua franca of the web is JavaScript, but with Dart, Google launched a project that effectively aimed to replace JavaScript. In Google’s view, Dart offered advantages like static typi . . .
3/24/2015 - VentureBeat / Ruth Reader
Ellen Pao's lawyer Alan Exelrod shared his closing remarks on her sexual discrimination lawsuit today, as court proceedings on the suit draw to a close -- one month after they began on February 24.
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3/25/2015 - pcworld.com / Jared Newman
For years, RadioShack made a habit of collecting customers’ contact information at checkout. Now, the bankrupt retailer is putting that data on the auction block. A list of RadioShack assets for sale includes more than 65 million custom . . .
3/25/2015 - Liliputing / Brad Linder
Microsoft may be planning to launch a new tablet featuring a low-power processor and a relatively low price tag. WinBeta reports that the upcoming Surface 3 tablet will be the successor to last year’s Surface 2. But it’ll have an Intel processo . . .
3/25/2015 - TechCrunch / Sarah Perez
 Product Hunt, the popular and growing community focused on finding the best new products, has today rolled out an improved version of its Chrome extension, which allows you to hunt, interact with and search for new products right from your web . . .
3/25/2015 - WSJ.com
In a five-to-zero vote, the Federal Trade Commission ruled Wednesday that a website operated by Napster co-founder John Fanning had misled consumers. The site presented users with personal profiles of themselves labeled “Jerk” or “Not a Jerk,” . . .
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