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3:06 PM - Sunday, December 21, 2014
12/19/2014 - slashgear.com / Nate Swanner
Int heir ongoing attempt to dominate your home screen, Facebook is announcing another app today. An accompaniment to Messenger, Stickered is a new app that lets you plaster stickers all over your photos before sending them along to friends via . . .
12/20/2014 - TechCrunch / Frederic Lardinois
 Here is the latest twist in the ongoing Sony hacking story: after the FBI alleged that North Korea was indeed behind the attack on Sony, North Korea today categorically denied having anything to do with it. According to a BBC report, North Kor . . .
12/19/2014 - The Next Web / Napier Lopez
Update: The FBI has now formally pointed the finger at North Korea. Read our report. —- After nearly a month of debates and speculation about who is actually behind the devastating Sony hacks, it seems we’re finally starting to get some answers . . .
12/19/2014 - Engadget / Chris Velazco
Sony's already acquiescing to demands made by the North Korean hackers associated with the Guardians of Peace, and the US' commander-in-chief is none too pleased by it. In a press conference that led off with a recap of his past year in office, . . .
12/18/2014 - TechCrunch / Kyle Russell
 Telltale Games has announced on its blog that it’s working with Minecraft developer Mojang to create a series of games set in the world of the blocky hit franchise. Read More
10 hour ago - betanews.com / Mark Wilson
We've already heard that 2015 is supposed to be the year of cryptocurrency, and Microsoft recently announced that Bitcoin is an acceptable form of payment. Now Reddit is getting in on the virtual currency action. Kind of. Well, perhaps. The det . . .
12/17/2014 - TechCrunch / Jordan Crook
 Following threats from hackers responsible for large-scale server breaches and leaks at Sony, the entertainment studio has made the official decision to cancel The Interview, which was set to be released on Christmas Day. Read More
12/17/2014 - bgr.com / Brad Reed
I tease BlackBerry a lot but I’m actually hoping the company is successful. Why? Because I think it serves an important niche and its devices make customers within that niche very happy. And under CEO John Chen, the company has embraced its rol . . .
12/19/2014 - The Next Web / Abhimanyu Ghoshal
Even though it has signed up over 100 million users since its 2011 launch, Samsung’s free messaging app ChatOn has failed to catch on around the globe. As a result,…
12/18/2014 - The Next Web / Roberto Baldwin
When a city sues your service, it’s probably a good idea to try and work it out with said municipality. The Wall Street Journal reports that Uber and Portland, Oregon have stuck a deal that would suspend the car service for three months while t . . .
12/17/2014 - TechCrunch / Jordan Crook
 U.S. officials say they believe that North Korea’s government was involved in the large-scale hack of Sony servers, which led to the leak of troves of Sony data from emails to unreleased projects, according to the NYT. Federal cyber-security . . .
12/16/2014 - Gizmodo / Eric Limer
Pebble's smartwatches are some of the best wearables out there , and they're about to get even better. The newest (beta) version of the Pebble app gives Pebbles all the power of Android Wear notifications. This is great news. Read more...
12/18/2014 - TechCrunch / Jon Russell
 Last month we reported that Microsoft was considering spinning out MixRadio, but it turns out the music service’s future is with someone else: Japan-based messaging firm Line which just announced an undisclosed deal to buy it. Read More
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12/16/2014 - TechCrunch / Jordan Crook
 Today Instagram has added five new filters for still images, which is the first time they’ve done such a thing in two years. The most recent filters before this, which seems odd considering they’ve been there longer than most of Instagrams use . . .
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12/17/2014 - arstechnica.com.feedsportal.com / Andrew Cunningham
BlackBerry preaches to its shrinking choir with a Bold-style throwback.
12/18/2014 - Engadget / Steve Dent
Amazon has just launched a new service called Prime Now, which will let Prime members order "tens of thousands" of "daily essentials" for immediate delivery. Once you download the new app (on Android or iOS), you'll get the option of picking a . . .
12/16/2014 - Android Central - Android Forums, News, and Help / Derek Kessler
Thanks to their relatively small lenses and sensors, lowlight photography can be difficult on smartphones, but Huawei thinks they have a solution with the dual rear cameras on the Huawei Honor 6 Plus. Sporting not one, but two 8-megapixel sens . . .
12/17/2014 - Engadget / Daniel Cooper
Ever since Netflix mistakenly said that offline viewing would come to Honeycomb tablets, we've waited (and opined) for the moment when it'd happen. Unfortunately, the streaming company is turning a blind eye to our needs as its head of communic . . .
12/16/2014 - TechCrunch / Greg Kumparak
 Each year, Google releases a list of the topics we’ve collectively searched for the most over the past 12 months. Each year, I try and see how many I can guess beforehand. This year, I got about half. How many can you get? [Pro tip: remember, . . .
12/16/2014 - Engadget / Jon Fingas
Neal Stephenson's immersive swordfighting game might not have panned out, but that isn't deterring him from diving head-first into new technology ventures. The Snow Crash writer is now the Chief Futurist for Magic Leap, the secretive augmented . . .
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