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FBI Wants 52 Million Photos In Its Face Recognition Database By 2015

New documents released by the FBI show that the Bureau is well on its way toward its goal of a fully operational face recognition database by this (northern) summer. 71 more words

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Now You Can Get Microsoft Office 365 for $6.99 a Month

Microsoft began selling Office 365 Personal on Tuesday, a variant of its productivity suite that delivers all the apps, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and more, for only $6.99 per month. 77 more words

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10-Gigabit Wi-Fi Is Promised By 2015

Think your 802.11ac Wi-Fi is fast? Think again: Quantenna Communications has announced that it’s working on a chipset due 2015 that will supports speeds of up to a staggering 10Gbps. 71 more words

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Heartbleed: Why The Internet's Gaping Security Hole Is So Scary

In the past 15 or so years, we’ve all learned to feel pretty safe on the internet. BigSite.com is surely handling your credit card information safely, at least as safely as any brick and mortar store (looking at you, US Target). 52 more words

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Hillary Clinton: I Am Thinking About Running for President

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton chose a strange venue to drop one of her biggest hints yet that she’ll be running for president.

Speaking to the Marketo Marketing Nation Summit 2014 (“the Marketing Event of the year”), Clinton reportedly said, “I am thinking about it,” when asked of her 2016 intentions. 15 more words

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This Mystery Man Took Hundreds Of Photobooth Self-Portraits -- But Why?

We don’t know the identity of the mystery man in these photos, but, starting in the photobooth boom of the 1930s, he began snapping black-and-whites of himself. 54 more words

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A New Version of Comic Sans Actually Looks Pretty Cool

The most hated of fonts needs to watch its back in the typeface toolkit. Sure, Times New Roman and Arial Bold will stab you in the back, but Comic Neue is slashing Comic Sans from the front with no shame. 20 more words

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