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Eyefi Connects Digital Cameras to the Power of the Cloud
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA, Apr 17, 2014 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- Eyefi ( www.eyefi.com ), the global leader in digital camera connectivity, today unveiled Eyefi Cloud, a private photo-centric cloud service that makes newly captured photos instantly available ...
Eyefi launches cloud-based photo storage so you can instantly view pics on all ...VentureBeat
Eyefi Cloud: Instant Photo Sharing Across DevicesTom's Guide
Hands-on: Eyefi Cloud offers unlimited photo storage through a Wi-Fi SD cardMacworld
TIME -The Verge -Engadget
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Sony has sold over seven million PS4s
GAMES CONSOLE MAKER Sony has sold seven million Playstation 4 (PS4) consoles, and it is quite pleased. Sony social media manager Sid Shuman took to the company blog to announce the sales numbers. "I've got a quick update to share with you.
Sony PlayStation 4 Sales Reach 7 Million on Surging Demand (2)Businessweek
Sony PlayStation 4 sales cross 7-million mark in 4 months since launchBusiness Today
More than 7 million PlayStation 4 consoles soldTODAYonline
Zee News -PCWorld -Sky News Australia
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Apple reportedly partnering with Shazam to bring song ID feature to iOS 8
Apple could be working on integrating Shazam's song identification tech directly into iOS 8. Song recognition apps including Shazam and SoundHound are widely available across mobile platforms, but Apple could make it more commonplace by making this ...
iOS 8 prospect of song identity featurePhones Review
Apple could be working on song ID feature for iOS, eyes tie-up with ShazamFirstpost
Apple reportedly adding Shazam music recognition to iOSTrustedReviews
Times of India -Engadget
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Times of India
Google develops algorithm to decrypt captchas
Times of India
NEW DELHI: Google has accidentally developed an algorithm that can be used to read and decrypt captcha puzzles with an accuracy rate of over 99%. The technology was originally developed by Google to find and read street numbers in Street View, and ...
Google Street View tech can solve captchas with 99 percent efficiencyNDTV
Google has algorithm to crack CAPTCHA codesDeccan Chronicle
Are You Human? CAPTCHA Verification Accidently Solved by Google Maps ...International Business Times UK
The Atlantic -The Verge -Ubergizmo
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The first suspected Heartbleed hacker has struck before
2012 Mother Teresa yearbook photo of Stephen Solis-Reyes now 19, charged by RCMP in Heartbleed data breach. #ldnont pic.twitter.com/7UNl0RoUxL. — AM980 London News (@AM980News) April 16, 2014. The first suspected Heartbleed hacker is a ...
Mounties get their man: Alleged Heartbleed hacker CUFFEDRegister
Police say Canadian man used Heartbleed virus to steal personal infoFox News
Canada nabs man in Heartbleed data theftIndependent Online
News24 -Sky News -TIME
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New York Daily News
As the Ford Mustang celebrates its 50th birthday, SPEED looks at the cars that ...
IF you're a Ford fan, April 17 is a day to rejoice. Today marks the Ford Mustang's 50th birthday, the covers having come off the world's first 'pony car' on this day in 1964. In the five decades since, a variety of V8-powered Mustangs have raced their way into the ...
Ford Mustang takes a ride to the top of New Yorkeuronews
The Ford Mustang Turns 50American Thinker
Ford goes to great heights as it shows off 50th anniversary Mustang on top of ...Daily Mail
USA TODAY -Sacramento Bee -89.3 KPCC
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AT&T threatens to skip the incentive spectrum auction
AT&T's threat to not participate in the upcoming auction could jeopardize the success of the auction, but it's unclear how serious its warning is as its arguments seem weak when scrutinized. by Marguerite Reardon · @maggie_reardon; April 16, 2014 6:56 PM ...
AT&T threatens to pull out of FCC wireless auctions over purchase limitsRegister
AT&T: FCC Aggregation Limits Could Drive Telco from AuctionMultichannel News
AT&T Threatens to Ditch Spectrum Auction Over RulesPC Magazine
Ars Technica -TmoNews -Law360 (subscription)
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Samsung Galaxy S5′s fingerprint scanner can be easily hacked, say researchers
Samsung Galaxy S5's fingerprint scanner fails to live up to security standards according to researchers. Tech2. 0. By tech2 News Staff / 17 Apr 2014 , 07:36. Researchers at Germany's Security Research Labs have demonstrated that the Samsung Galaxy ...
Galaxy S5 Fingerprint Reader hackedThe Eastern Tribune
Samsung Galaxy S5 costs $256 to build, $50 more than iPhone 5sZDNet
Samsung Tizen Phone, Android Wear Device To Be Released This YearTapscape
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Earliest ancestor of land herbivores discovered
New research from the University of Toronto Mississauga demonstrates how carnivores transitioned into herbivores for the first time on land. "The evolution of herbivory was revolutionary to life on land because it meant terrestrial vertebrates could directly ...
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Google's Project Ara could become much more than a smartphone
The first developer conference for Project Ara is going down at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif. this week, and it sounds like the three-person team and its cadre of contractors are gaining some headway. Ara is set to debut in January ...
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Wall Street Journal
GM CEO apologizes for defect linked to deaths
The CEO of General Motors apologized for an ignition switch defect that was linked to more than a dozen deaths -- and which triggered a massive vehicle recall -- in prepared testimony for the House Energy and Commerce Committee. CEO Mary Barra is set ...
GM's new CEO facing grilling by CongressCBS News
GM recalls 1.5 million vehicles for steering defectMail Tribune
GM General Motors Vehicle Recall News Update 2014; CEO vows to take ...Learning and Finance
Blouin News Blogs -WRTV Indianapolis -WTMA
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Conservatives vs Climate Change
There's another 'inconvenient truth' in the IPCC's new climate report: Forget warnings, change has already come and it's time for adaptation. Reading the summary of findings from a worldwide panel of scientists about the impact of climate change and the ...
Climate Change Responses to Shape Asia's FutureABC News
Climate study puts diplomatic pressure on Barack ObamaEconomic Times
Climate Study Puts Diplomatic Pressure on ObamaNew York Times
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Become a Pokémon master on Google Maps as new function is 'unveiled'
You could become a Pokémon master for Google by using its map service – if a new job ad released on YouTube is to be believed. Google released a video advertising the new post and said viewers had until April 2 to catch all the Pokémon located in an ...
Google wants to make you a Pokémon master for April Fools'Atlanta Journal Constitution
April Fools' Day: A guide to the best and worst pranks on the Internet this year ...Daily Mail
Google looking for the world's best 'Pokemon Master'. Here's how to applyIBNLive
Huffington Post -Slate Magazine (blog) -Hindustan Times
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Google+ profiles and pages updated to display total content views
Google, in an attempt to bolster the popularity of its Google+ social network, has added a 'total content views' feature to user profiles and pages. According to a Google+ post by Eddie Kessler, the new feature will show the sum of page or profile, post and ...
Google+ Now Shows The Number Of Times Your Content Has Been Viewed, But ...Android Police
Google+ now displays the number of page views on users' profilesTechShout!
Google+ now shows the number of times your profile or content has been ...Phandroid.com
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Australia's risky whaling action against Japan has paid off
Sydney Morning Herald
Success has a thousand fathers, so it is hardly surprising that both sides of Australian politics welcomed Monday's International Court of Justice ruling that Japan's ''scientific'' whaling program in the Southern Ocean was not so scientific at all. It was always a ...
UN orders Japan to stop whaling in Antarctic waters (+video)Christian Science Monitor
Whaling action was risky businessBrisbane Times
Whaling ban applauded despite fears of Japan sidestepBangkok Post
The Japan Daily Press -The Australian -ABC Online
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The Australian Financial Review
BlackBerry sucker-punches TV star Ryan Seacrest in patent brawl
Troubled mobe maker BlackBerry has received a welcome bit of good news from a California court, which has blocked sales of a physical iPhone add-on keyboard the company says copies its hardware. A Northern California District Court judge on Monday ...
Ryan Seacrest's company Typo has been banned from selling its case that gives ...Sydney Morning Herald
BlackBerry wins ruling over Seacrest's TypoStuff.co.nz
BlackBerry wins ruling against iPhone keyboardMadison.com
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OkCupid urges boycott of Mozilla, cites CEO's gay marriage views
The appointment of a new CEO by the company that makes the Firefox Web browser has prompted board members to quit, a Twitter frenzy and a push back from a leading dating website because he supported California's former gay marriage ban. Mozilla ...
OkCupid Urges Users to Ditch Firefox Over Anti-Gay CEOFrontiers LA (blog)
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CyanogenMod 11S looks great on the OnePlus One in leaked photo
CyanogenMod is taking over! The custom ROM appeared in a leaked photo of the OnePlus One smartphone on Monday. CyanogenMod 11S, which is based on Android 4.4.2 KitKat, is shown running on the new handset, just over a month after OnePlus said ...
OnePlus One's 'CyanogenMod 11S' software shown off in leaked screenshotsPhoneDog
OnePlus One Screenshots Leak, Show Customized CyanogenModDroid Life
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The Droid Guy
LG G2 Android 4.4 KitKat comes to Sprint
The LG G2 Android 4.4 KitKat updates has begun on Sprint. The update upgrades the phone to receive the performance enhancements and printing options introduced in Android 4.4, and it also fixes an unspecified issue with Next Radio. LG-specific changes ...
HTC Butterfly Android 4.4 update confirmed as coming soonPhones Review
Sprint rolling out Android 4.4.2 update for the LG G2The Droid Guy
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Report: Smartphone kill-switch could save consumers $2.6 billion per year
Technology that remotely makes a stolen smartphone useless could save American consumers up to $2.6 billion per year if it is implemented widely and leads to a reduction in theft of phones, according to a new report. Law enforcement officials and ...
Smartphone Kill Switch Could Save Users $2.6B a YearTop Tech News
Study claims kill switch for stolen cellphones could save $2.5 billion per yearEngadget
Smartphone 'kill switches' could save owners $2.6B a year—no wonder carriers ...ZDNet
Black Friday Magazine -The Consumerist -Entrepreneur
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