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3:45 PM - Monday, December 22, 2014
7 hour ago - Engadget / Jon Fingas
Google had a (not very well-kept) secret when it unveiled its experimental self-driving car: that first example you saw was just a mockup that lacked many of the basics. At last, however, the internet giant has unveiled a complete prototype of . . .
5 hour ago - Engadget / Chris Velazco
Despite what your ears may tell you, The Ramones wanted to be sedated (not "a piece of bacon"). There probably isn't one among us who hasn't turned to the oracles of the web to vanquish a pesky mondegreen, and Google's starting to make that pro . . .
8 hour ago - TechCrunch / Sarah Perez
 Apple has expanded its social media marketing efforts to include Tumblr once again, with the launch of a new iTunes Tumblr site which is currently promoting the “best of 2014″ in music, movies, TV and books. The blog features “best of” videos . . .
6 hour ago - TechCrunch / Sarah Perez
 Aviate, the mobile homescreen application Yahoo acquired at the beginning of the year, has today received a notable update that will allow Android smartphone owners to search for contacts or apps installed on their device, or search across the . . .
4 hour ago - Gizmodo / Brian Barrett
Earlier today, reports abounded that North Korea had suffered an unprecedented internet outage . While it remains unclear whether it's the result of a cyber attack or the country's longstanding technological woes, one thing is certain: you go . . .
4 hour ago - TechCrunch / Sarah Perez
 Twitter has once again expanded access to its analytics data, today introducing the ability to view your “tweet activity” on mobile. In the latest version of Twitter’s iOS application, a new feature allows users to tap on a “View Analytics Det . . .
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
Oracle agreed to buy startup Datalogix, an important advertising partner to Google and Facebook. The deal shows how big software companies are refashioning themselves into marketing powerhouses.
7 hour ago - TechCrunch / Matt Burns
 Everyone has someone on their list that is impossible to shop for. They have everything. In those times, it’s probably safe to give a nice bottle of whiskey. Or any of the items on the following list. There is no way they have everything liste . . .
7 hour ago - betanews.com / Mark Wilson
After Edward Snowden blew the whistle on the surveillance activities of the NSA, there has been greater public interest in what data governments are obtaining from technology companies, and what data was subject to censorship and removal. Back . . .
12 hour ago - GigaOM / Kif Leswing
Android One, Google's effort to improve and standardize phones that cost under $100, is expanding. After launching in India earlier this year, Android One devices will go on sale in Bangladesh, Nepal,…
12/20/2014 - MakeUseOf.com / Dave Parrack
To say the Internet didn’t take kindly to Sony Pictures pulling The Interview is putting it mildly. The majority of people think Sony capitulated to an unsubstantiated threat far too easily. We kept a close eye on Twitter in the aftermath of th . . .
10 hour ago - ReadWrite / Lauren Orsini
Microsoft has removed a majority of third-party Snapchat applications from the Windows Phone store, one of the apps’ developers confirmed on Twitter. A big October hack on Snapchat attack leaked approximately 200,000 private photos; the image-s . . .
6 hour ago - TechCrunch / Danny Crichton
 It’s the final week of the Christmas season, and the holiday shopping advertisements are flowing through my inbox faster than startup pitches. While endorsements from celebrities occasionally show up, there is one uber-influencer that seems to . . .
6 hour ago - bgr.com / Chris Smith
Police raided The Pirate Bay’s servers in Sweden almost two weeks ago, and while fans believed the massive online downloads resource would quickly be brought back online, the group behind it didn’t appear to be ready to resurrect the service as . . .
3 hour ago - TechCrunch / Greg Kumparak
 You know those basketball trick shot videos that were all the rage not long ago? The ones where a flock o’ fauxhawks make 47,000 attempts at some ridiculously complex basketball shot, then upload the one where it actually works and everyone go . . .
6 hour ago - The Next Web / Abhimanyu Ghoshal
Smart calendar app Tempo got a major update today that takes full advantage of the new functionality available in iOS8. It adds a new widget and interactive notifications to let users see their schedule, create new events and meetings, and read . . .
8 hour ago - SAI: Silicon Alley Insider / Jay Yarow
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo's seat is warming up.  Robert Peck, analyst at Sun Trust, was on CNBC today and said, "We think there's a good chance he's not there in a year." Peck also said this was the number one question he's getting from institut . . .
5 hour ago - Gizmodo / Kate Knibbs
The Federal Aviation Administration has an important message: Merry Christmas, don't fly your new drone like an idiot!Read more...
7 hour ago - MobileCrunch / Josh Constine
 Finding a good app can be like looking for a needle in a truck stop bathroom. Apple and Google aren’t doing much to help you sift through their messy app stores. Facebook has tried to step up, but sometimes you don’t care about your friends an . . .
10 hour ago - gigaom.com / Jeff Roberts
After Sony cravenly cancelled The Interview, people who had no interest in the comedy now want to see it -- mostly so they can stick it to North Korea, whose threats caused…
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