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A cloud startup gets transparent on pricing

A cloud startup gets transparent on pricing

Ben Uretsky, CEO of cloud computing startup DigitalOcean, came on the Structure Show this week to talk about how his company lures customers in the shadow of Amazon Web Services and Google.

gigaom.com (22 days ago)

Why you can no longer expect that the news will find you

Why you can no longer expect that the news will find you

The power that corporations like Google and Facebook have to influence the digital content you consume means that you shouldn't necessarily depend on them to surface the things you need to know.

gigaom.com (22 days ago)

Why news that the NSA is listening to our phone conversations isn’t news at all

Why news that the NSA is listening to our phone conversations isn’t news at all

Speak into the mic: The latest Edward Snowden revelations about the tremendous scope of NSA data collection on ordinary Americans (e.g. non targets) is really not news. The week in cloud.

gigaom.com (22 days ago)

Kinect 2.0 will get your PC moving on July 15, according to Microsoft

Kinect 2.0 will get your PC moving on July 15, according to Microsoft

Xbox One players may not have been infatuated with Kinect 2.0, but with the possibility of hacks even better than this, we're looking forward to seeing what the PC community chooses to do with it. And it shouldn't be long, as the device...

techradar.com (22 days ago)

Larry Page and Sergey Brin on what's next for Google

Larry Page and Sergey Brin on what's next for Google

Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin recently sat down with billionaire venture capitalist Vinod Khosla for a lengthy interview. Page and Brin, who rarely take the stage together for interviews, start the forty-minute session by...

yahoo.com (22 days ago)

Retired NASA probe brought back to life after 27 years drifting in space

Retired NASA probe brought back to life after 27 years drifting in space

The last time ISEE-3 fired its engines, Madonna was moving up the charts, the stock market was booming and President Reagan was busily denying that he'd secretly sold weapons to Iran. After that final gasp from its thrusters ...

yahoo.com (22 days ago)

Huawei Ascend D3 photo pops, HTC One Max raises eyebrows

Huawei Ascend D3 photo pops, HTC One Max raises eyebrows

An unannounced Huawei smartphone showed up in a bunch of hands-on photos, and if it didn't sport the company's logo at the back, you would have a hard time telling it's not the HTC One Max. Allegedly, the phone you see below is the...

gsmarena.com (22 days ago)

Future aircraft could come with advanced 3D printers for specialized drone production

Future aircraft could come with advanced 3D printers for specialized drone production

Requests for backup might usually trigger a halt in a military operations, but two fast-moving technologies could one day combine to deliver much-needed reinforcements exactly where they're needed. Such is the vision of defense firm BAE...

gizmag.com (22 days ago)

Global Jihad 'Could Be Funded Using Bitcoin'

Global Jihad 'Could Be Funded Using Bitcoin'

Donations supporting "violent physical struggle" would be "untrackable" by Western governments, says an Islamic State-linked blog.

sky.com (22 days ago)

All Parking Signs Should Be This Easy to Read

All Parking Signs Should Be This Easy to Read

Parking signs can be some of the most confusing things on the planet. But New York City-based designer Nikki Sylianteng is on a quest to change that, with a new style of sign which finally makes sense. Read more...

gizmodo.com (22 days ago)

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What is a robot? The answer is constantly evolving
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New Snowden leaks show NSA collected the private data of...
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Why managed mobility services are on the rise with tech...
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So long plug-ins, Google Hangouts works with WebRTC
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It’s time to stem the loss of STEM graduates
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Recruitment giant Randstad invests in freelancer portal...
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UK scrambles to replace invalidated metadata retention laws
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These New Smart Bricks Are Like Lego for Real Buildings
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Xbox One's Kinect sensor coming to Windows on July 15th
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Motorola confirms Moto X and G will get Android L
gsmarena.com (22 days ago)

Determining the age of stars with sound waves
gizmag.com (22 days ago)

Five Arrested Over Fake Government Websites
sky.com (22 days ago)

City Educators to Teens: No Smartphones After 10 P.M.
wsj.com (22 days ago)

This Is What the Tour de France Looks Like as a Subway Map
gizmodo.com (22 days ago)

Virtual Reality Gets A Real Content Studio With Launch Of...
techcrunch.com (22 days ago)

Microsoft already testing the next build of Windows Phone...
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Mid-range Lava Magnum X604 with 6" display goes official
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Existence of two potential Earth-like exoplanets disproven
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Handevision creates the world's fastest production lens...
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​Researchers deliver encoded messages and data through...
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New Media Landscape in Sun Valley
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Classic 80s anime 'Robotech' resurrected on Kickstarter
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Boot up: Android Wear examined, goodbye Goggles, life in...
guardian.co.uk (22 days ago)

Biff, Bang, Pow: Can Cartoons Help Chat Apps Bank Profits?
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Why I Don't Want to Hear About New Parental Control Products
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Iron Age coins found in a cave: 26 gold and silver pieces that have laid untouched for more than 2,000 years discovered in the Peak District


Iron Age coins found in a cave: 26 gold and silver pieces that have laid untouched for more than 2,000 years discovered in the Peak District

Member of the public uncovered treasure hoard in Dovedale in the Peak District, sparking a...

dailymail.co.uk (before 22 days)

Freedom! Retirement day arrives for 110 chimpanzees rehomed from controversial government lab


Freedom! Retirement day arrives for 110 chimpanzees rehomed from controversial government lab

All 110 chimps from the controversial New Iberia Research Center in Lafayette have arrived at...

dailymail.co.uk (before 24 days)

July 4th in a galaxy far, far away: The incredible intergalactic firework display 23 million light years from Earth


July 4th in a galaxy far, far away: The incredible intergalactic firework display 23 million light years from Earth

Nasa today revealed this incredible image of the galaxy NGC 4258 (also known as M106), a spiral...

dailymail.co.uk (before 25 days)

The contraceptive implant with a remote control: System can dispense birth control drugs for 16 YEARS


The contraceptive implant with a remote control: System can dispense birth control drugs for 16 YEARS

The MIT system is designed to be implanted under the skin of the buttocks, upper arm, or abdomen.

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The DNews Explainer: What is the Autism Spectrum?

The DNews Explainer: What is the Autism Spectrum?

The conditions autism and aspergers have been in the news a lot over the last few years. The term "autism spectrum" is often heard in these discussions. Trace is here to define it.

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Colin Furze: Self-Taught Engineer and D.I.Y. Superhero

Colin Furze, a garage inventor and do-it-yourself daredevil from England, is a high school...

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Nanotech Monet Is World's Smallest Masterpiece

A nanotechnology engineering technique replaces paint with scattered electrons. Continue reading →

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Opinion: The Wilderness Act Is Facing a Midlife Crisis

When America’s woods and wild places need a helping hand.

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