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6:27 PM - Sunday, November 23, 2014
7 hour ago - TechCrunch / Greg Kumparak
 Unless you unplugged your Internet and shut off your phone this week, you’ve probably heard the tale of Computer Engineer Barbie. I won’t spend too much time recapping it, but we cover it in more depth here. The short version: Mattel publishes . . .
11/22/2014 - VentureBeat / Mark Sullivan
A new study shows that the media produced lots of stories about Uber's privacy threats against journalists this week. But readers' tweets showed they care far more about the chance that Uber might violate the privacy of its customers.
5 hour ago - VentureBeat / Lisa Eadicicco
OnePlus, the Chinese tech startup that created the super hard-to-find OnePlus One, is already planning to launch a new phone next year.
8 hour ago - pcworld.com / Nick Mediati
In the latest round of a patent battle between Nvidia and Samsung, Samsung petitioned the US International Trade Commission to block the sale of Nvidia’s graphics processors in the US, Bloomberg reported on Friday.The request, according to . . .
8 hour ago - Gizmodo / Darren Orf
Welcome to another week of Reading List where we dig through all those Black Friday deals assaulting your Twitter feed to bring some much deserved stories from around the web to your attention. This week we have contributions from The Awl, Pro . . .
10 hour ago - betanews.com / Mark Wilson
Security firm Symantec has released details of an advanced cyberespionage it has discovered. Called Regin, the backdoor Trojan is described as having a structure that "displays a degree of technical competence rarely seen". Symantec goes as far . . .
13 hour ago - Search / Greg Sterling
Break Google up. That’s the thrust of a “non-binding” resolution the European Parliament is expected to adopt at some point in the near future, according to a report on Friday from Reuters. The recommendation is likely to be to separate Google’ . . .
11 hour ago - TechCrunch
 Roughly 5,000 gallons of blood has been spilled in Eastern Ukraine, if the United Nation’s estimates that at least 4,000 have perished are any indication. Much of this bloodbath was avoidable; in fact, in 90 percent of potentially survivable b . . .
12 hour ago - TechCrunch / Jon Evans
 Oh, Uber. Such a great service…run by such short-sighted, thin-skinned executives. Clue: when people criticize you and/or your company, suck it up, take the criticism on board and apologize/adjust if warranted, then shut up and move on. Do not . . .
9 hour ago - WSJ.com
Motorola’s Nexus 6 offers the best version of Android you can find on any phone with fantastic-looking features, but its size may a dealbreaker for some.
11/21/2014 - TechCrunch / Jordan Crook
 Aereo, the streaming TV service that let users watch near-live TV on any internet-connected device, has today announced that the company is filing for Chapter 11 reorganization in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York . . .
4 hour ago - pcworld.com / Jeremy Kirk
Malware that Symantec says was probably developed by a nation state may have been used for as long as eight years, a length of time that underscores the challenges the security industry faces in detecting advanced spying tools.On Sunday, t . . .
6 hour ago - Gizmodo / Darren Orf
In case you needed more affirmation that the internet is not a safe place, Symantec published a report today detailing a sophisticated form of spyware known as Regin. Read more...
6 hour ago - TechCrunch / Jordan Crook
 Whitney Wolfe, an early employee at Tinder who sued the company for sexual harassment and workplace discrimination, has joined up with two other early Tinder employees, Chris Gulczynski and his parter Sarah Mick, to launch a direct competitor . . .
11/21/2014 - Gizmodo / Alissa Walker
The Hollywood Sign might be one of the most recognizable things on Earth. In Los Angeles, it's also one of the most visible. You can see it from a plane as you glide into LAX. You can see it from a car as you drive up the 101 freeway. But a gr . . .
7 hour ago - TechCrunch / Natasha Lomas
 The impact of mass, digitally-enabled state surveillance upon individuals’ privacy has been described as “the new frontier of human rights” by Member of the European Parliament, Claude Moraes, who was giving an annual lecture on behalf of the . . .
6 hour ago - SAI: Silicon Alley Insider / Madeline Stone
Warby Parker has found a great deal of success in the eyewear space, selling more than one million pairs of glasses as of June 2014.  The startup has established itself as a recognizable lifestyle brand on its way to making high-quality glasses . . .
6 hour ago - SAI: Silicon Alley Insider / Jacquelyn Smith
Interview questions like, "What's your biggest strength?" and, "What's you biggest weakness?" aren't as telling as they seem. That's probably why most savvy CEOs and executives steer clear of these cliché queries and instead ask more meaningful . . .
9 hour ago - Engadget / Philip Palermo
Unlike most gadgets and peripherals, our computer monitors tend to stay with us for a good chunk of time. My current 23-incher has been with me since the days of my Palm Centro. So when it comes to shopping for a new display, it certainly pays to...
11/22/2014 - TechCrunch / Darrell Etherington
 Let’s face it: Elon Musk is probably a time traveller sent back to help us leave earth behind and achieve the next phase of human evolution. The inventor and entrepreneur issued a minor tweet storm today, in which he detailed a new SpaceX prog . . .
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