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9:03 PM - Sunday, March 29, 2015
3/28/2015 - Mashable / Adario Strange
Silicon Valley's focus on profits and innovation took a back seat to politics this week, as several high-profile technology executives publicly rebuked Indiana's new law, which allows businesses to refuse service to lesbian, gay, bisexual and t . . .
10 hour ago - 9to5mac.com / Mark Gurman
While the 18-karat gold Apple Watch Edition has been receiving a lot of attention due to its premium pricing and aesthetic, Apple will sell far more of the lower-priced Apple Watch and Apple Watch Sport models, and has created a different custo . . .
8 hour ago - engadget.com / Jon Fingas
When you're buying a $10,000 watch, you expect first-class service -- and Apple is apparently ready to deliver. Sources for 9to5Mac claim that people who buy the gold Apple Watch Edition will get to skip the queues whenever they need help. They . . .
5 hour ago - pcworld.com / Jeremy Kirk
Software development platform GitHub said Sunday it was still experiencing intermittent outages from the largest cyberattack in its history but had halted most of the attack traffic.Starting on Thursday, GitHub was hit by distributed denia . . .
7 hour ago - TechCrunch / Alex Wilhelm
 Now that the FCC is the subject of several lawsuits, and its leader, Chairman Tom Wheeler, was dragged in front of Congress repeatedly to answer the same battery of inanity, it’s worth checking in to see how the agency is feeling. Is it confid . . .
13 hour ago - TechCrunch / Greg Kumparak
 On Christmas morning of 1996, the first level of Super Mario 64 was blowing the minds of millions of kids around the world simultaneously. It looks a bit rough around the edges nearly 20 years later — but it’s still truly excellent. And now i . . .
3/28/2015 - WSJ.com
Live-video streaming apps Meerkat and the newly introduced Periscope are going head-to-head in a race to become the dominant way for social-media users to broadcast their surroundings.
13 hour ago - techcrunch.com / Darrell Etherington
 Pebble went back to crowdfunding site Kickstarter to help fund the Pebble Time, its second major hardware iteration. The company likely could’ve gone with a more traditional product launch, with a brief pre-order window or direct to market ava . . .
6 hour ago - engadget.com / Jon Fingas
If you had a spare Game Boy Camera and the printer to match, what would you do with them? If you're media artist Dmitry Morozov, you'd make a one-of-a-kind firearm. His GBG-8 gun uses Nintendo's photographic peripherals and an Arduino board to . . .
8 hour ago - Mashable / Rebecca Ruiz
SAN FRANCISCO, California — Ellen Pao sued the famed, powerful venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins Caufield & Byers for gender discrimination and retaliation, and lost that years-long public battle on Friday A jury of six women and six men r . . .
3/27/2015 - The Next Web / Natt Garun
The case of Ellen Pao vs. Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers has reached a conclusion: The jury found KPCB not guilty of sexual discrimination on all four counts. The jury of six men and six women rejected Pao’s claims that her former employer fa . . .
5 hour ago - TechCrunch / Ezra Galston
 Etsy’s S1 filing didn’t disappoint. Etsy is a powerful business with extraordinary network effects. Its customers are extremely loyal, and its committed sellers are earning significant income. But there are legitimate concerns: it is the quint . . .
10 hour ago - engadget.com / Jon Fingas
The National Security Agency may present a united front when it defends against criticism of its bulk phone data collection, but it's now clear that there has been at least some doubt within the ranks. Associated Press sources have revealed tha . . .
4 hour ago - The Inquisitr / Paula Mooney
According to Twitter, there’s a reason why the #GoingClear hash tag is going completely viral as of this writing on Sunday evening, with HBO’s premiere of their documentary exposing the ugly side of Scientology. As reported by the Inquisitr, Go . . .
7 hour ago - TechCrunch / Deepak Jeevankumar
 We need to (re)build trust: between the government and the public; between a company and its employees; between a company and its customers; between different private sector companies; and finally between the government and the private sector. . . .
12 hour ago - slashgear.com / Adam Westlake
Legal troubles are nothing new for Uber at this point, whether it's safety conduct or the employment status of its drivers, we see it again and again in country after country. But after getting banned in Germany, for a second time, a little ove . . .
8 hour ago - Gizmodo / Maddie Stone
When Apple decided to encrypt its iPhones by default, the move was hailed as a major step forward for security. Except, of course, by the FBI, which is now saying that such encryption should be outlawed. For the safety of Americans, of course.R . . .
6 hour ago - WSJ.com
Keywords: Google’s guru of human resources, Laszlo Bock, says work is made better through transparency, goal setting, frequent performance reviews and a less-hierarchical structure. And, of course, hiring smart, conscientious and humble people.
8 hour ago - TechCrunch / Matt Witheiler
 Can we agree that the term “internet of things” should go away when we’re talking about consumer products? Like the “world wide web” before it, the internet of things phrase is a relic from the past. I don’t need a connected washing machine or . . .
5 hour ago - slashgear.com / Jc Torres
Google has been increasingly pushing its Google Now virtual assistant and its "cards" convention across its different services and apps. The last one to get card-y was YouTube, where the cards will replace the older popups that relay additional . . .
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