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Saturday, April 19, 2014
2 hour ago - TechCrunch / Colleen Taylor
 It’s Friday, the sun is shining, the birds are chirping, a holiday weekend is ahead, and we’ve got a brand new episode of CrunchWeek for you to watch. What more could you wish for? In today’s show, Leena Rao, Ryan Lawler and I huddled around t . . .
3 hour ago - TechCrunch / Sarah Perez
 Google Trends, the informative resource that shows you what’s currently popular around the web right now in and in the recent past, now offers email subscriptions, Google announced this morning. The new feature will allow you to subscribe to a . . .
5 hour ago - TechCrunch / Josh Constine
 Facebook says it’s not using its new Nearby Friends feature to target ads yet, but after I asked why it’s tracking “Location History” it admitted it will eventually use the data for marketing purposes. This morning, the proximity sharing featu . . .
5 hour ago - ReadWrite / Dave Smith
Despite Amazon’s lofty ambitions to reimagine the multimedia center, its Fire TV streaming box entered the streaming-video fray earlier this month with a frustrating, fractured search engine. Amazon is taking some steps to fix the Fire's flaws— . . .
7 hour ago - TechCrunch / Darrell Etherington
 Beats Music, the streaming radio solution spun out from the makers of Beats audio hardware products, has decided to bite the bullet and give Apple its 30 percent cut on subscription sign-ups. The streaming music provider originally side-steppe . . .
10 hour ago - Make Tech Easier / Laura Tucker
Now that Google Glass has been available more broadly, we'll start to see it on more and more people in public. Is it an intrusion of your privacy?The post Do You Think Google Glass Is an Intrusion of Privacy? appeared first on Make Tech Easier.
14 hour ago - Gizmodo / Jamie Condliffe
It's easy enough to find ultra-fast SD cards—if you've got the cash —but super speedy microSD cards are harder to come by. No longer: Toshiba has just launched the world's fastest, and it should breathe life into your compact mirrorless camera . . .
Friday, April 18, 2014
20 hour ago - Android News, Rumours, and Updates / Justin Herrick
Poaching is something very common in the mobile industry. A company comes along and plucks an executive out of another company to work for them. It happened to Android’s VP of product development, Hugo Barra, when Xiaomi swooped in and stole hi . . .
21 hour ago - MobileCrunch / Darrell Etherington
 Nike was said to be shutting down its FuelBand department on the heels of layoffs on Friday, signalling a significant exit of the wearable fitness device market by one of the more prominent companies involved in the space. That's not quite tru . . .
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4/18/2014 - techhive.com / Mikael Ricknäs
The smartphone maker is increasingly relying on content to differentiate its products
4/18/2014 - The Next Web / Emil Protalinski
Facebook today launched Nearby Friends, a new option in the company’s main app for Android and iOS rolling out “over the coming weeks” in the US. The feature lets you... Keep reading →
4/18/2014 - Engadget / Edgar Alvarez
Google's little $35 dongle is like a fine wine: it just keeps getting better with age. Today, the Chromecast is adding support for MLB.tv, letting you push out live out-of-market games right to your TV from a smartphone or tablet. The only cav . . .
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4/18/2014 - TechCrunch / Sarah Perez
 LinkedIn announced this morning that the company now has 300 million registered users worldwide, over half of which come from outside the U.S. Stateside, the site has 100 million members, its says. LinkedIn revealed these and other figures via . . .
4/18/2014 - Engadget / Jon Fingas
You know what they say about all good things in life. Samsung has been offering an ad-free version of its Milk Music service for no charge since launch, but the company has posted a new infographic revealing that Americans will soon have to pa . . .
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4/18/2014 - Engadget / Richard Lawler
While Google has continued to toss new features into the camera app shipped on its Nexus devices, many Android phones replace it something else. But just as we revealed a few weeks ago, now it's available in the Play Store, ready to run on any . . .
4/18/2014 - Mashable
A German laser-weapons hobbyist has put together a Spider-Man-inspired web shooter that shoots a harpoon-tipped fishing line instead of a liquid web Patrick Priebe, who's no stranger to making real-life versions of superhero powers (he also . . .
Thursday, April 17, 2014
4/17/2014 - The Next Web / Josh Ong
Cloud photo storage service Loom announced today that it has been acquired by Dropbox. Loom is no longer accepting new users, and existing customers can keep using Loom until May 16. The firm will offer an option to export data over to Dropbox. . . .
4/17/2014 - The Next Web / Josh Ong
RunKeeper is expanding beyond running with Breeze, a new iPhone 5s app for tracking how many steps you take in a day via the smartphone’s M7 co-processor. While the main RunKeeper app is a staple among fitness enthusiasts, Breeze is designed wi . . .
4/17/2014 - IntoMobile / Ian Kersey
Samsung’s Galaxy S5 is surely a device to behold, packing tons of features and a fingerprint scanner to facilitate security. While fingerprint scanners have been used in smartphones before, such as the iPhone 5S, the scanners may not be as secu . . .
4/17/2014 - TechCrunch / Ingrid Lunden
 A fresh setback for Nokia in the early days of its tablet strategy: it’s announced today that it has had to “temporarily delay” sales of its Lumia 2520 tablet in Europe amid a recall of the charger that is sold with the device, which it has fo . . .
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4/17/2014 - pcworld.com / Jon Phillips
The wily Amazon phone: It’s the smartphone rumor that won’t quit, and now more circumstantial evidence of its eventual release has surfaced in the wild. On Tuesday, BGR posted what it describes as photos of an Amazon prototype device, alon . . .
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4/17/2014 - The Next Web / Ben Woods
That’s right folks, for one day only, consumers in the US are getting the chance to hand over $1,500 in exchange for a pair of Google Glass eyewear. It’s the... Keep reading →
4/17/2014 - Engadget / Chris Velazco
Google's modular smartphones have come a long way since that kooky Phonebloks concept video went viral last year, and now the company's digging deeper than it ever has before at its first Ara Developer Conference. Couldn't jump on a flight to...
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
4/16/2014 - TechCrunch / Darrell Etherington
 I may not use Google+ all that often for social interaction, but its Auto Backup service for photos is incredibly handy, and now it’s even handier thanks to a new Gmail feature introduced today. The addition brings Auto Backup images right to . . .
4/16/2014 - TechCrunch / Darrell Etherington
 Twitter has acquired Gnip, the social data provider that has long provided access to public Twitter data, and that has deepened its relationship with the social network over the years through a series of product and partnership announcements. . . .
4/16/2014 - Engadget / Billy Steele
While we'd seen rumblings that it was in beta testing, Google's Chrome Remote Desktop app for Android made its official debut today. This means that those who fancy Mountain View's mobile OS can take a gander at files that reside on a Windows . . .
4/16/2014 - pcworld.com / Zach Miners
Google has confirmed its acquisition of drone maker Titan Aerospace and hinted that the technology could be used for a lot more than providing Internet access to remote parts of the world.Titan makes unmanned, solar-powered aircraft that c . . .
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