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Make Bold Statements With Biz Stone’s Goofy New App “Super”

After trying to breed empathy with his Q&A app Jelly, Twitter co-founder Biz Stone is back with a more light-hearted product called Super. I just stumbled into the unannounced beta of Super, which lets you share statements starting with “The Best”, “The Worst”, “I Wish”, “Check Out”, “Don’t Ever”, … 12 more words

Deepak Verma

Why You Shouldn't Freak Out About the First U.S. Ebola Patient

Today, the CDC confirmed the first case of Ebola in the U.S.: a patient who was traveling in Liberia and is now at a hospital in Dallas. 23 more words

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Does Your Next Song Have "Hit" Potential?

Today I ran into an article that introduced me to HitLogic – a software that focuses on analyzing music to predict its “hit” potential! Now this is one of those moments when I absolutely love technology. 85 more words

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So how does all this relate to my trip to the opticians ? - Destructoid (registration) (blog)


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So how does all this relate to my trip to the opticians ?
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Well it's simple, I have no real history of actual motion serious motion sickness but I'd heard from others that people were having problems with the oculus rift if they had vision problems. 12 more words

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Windows 10

Was announced today. Yeah!

And it is returning with the ever useful Start Menu. Yeah!

And combined with Intel’s new Core M processors, next year’s consumer will get desktop performance in a variety of small form factors all with lower power consumption and a more wonderfully friendly UI like the old Win 7 type user interface. 207 more words

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Crackdown on spying apps leads to StealthGenie CEO's arrest

Apparently, the US government is now on a mission to bring down mobile applications offering spyware services — which, for a variety of well-documented reasons, simply seems kind of ironic. 17 more words

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