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Samsung launches 'perfect pair' of skinny mid-range phones

Samsung launches 'perfect pair' of skinny mid-range phones

The RegisterThe Register8:46am 301A3 and A5 to paper over cracks in finances The world’s biggest mobile phone manufacturer has unveiled two new Galaxy…
Google project aims to preserve privacy when collecting software stats

Google project aims to preserve privacy when collecting software stats

PC WorldPC WorldThu 9:15pm 282Google is applying a surveying technique from the 1960s to a project that aims to collect data about users’ computers…
The Surprisingly Low-Tech Way NASA Decides When to Blow Up a Rocket

The Surprisingly Low-Tech Way NASA Decides When to Blow Up a Rocket

GizmodoGizmodoThu 5:15pm 270When the Antares rocket exploded seconds after launch on Tuesday night, NASA was able to account for all its employees…
Android creator Andy Rubin leaving Google

Android creator Andy Rubin leaving Google

PC WorldPC WorldThu 8:50pm 236Andy Rubin, the engineer who developed Google’s Android OS and was lately in charge of its robotics efforts, is…
Here's Two More Samsung Phones You Shouldn't (And Can't) Buy

Here's Two More Samsung Phones You Shouldn't (And Can't) Buy

GizmodoGizmodoThu 11:13pm 235The latest things to dance out of Samsung's hyperactive R&D department are the A5 and A3, a pair of all-metal,…
How NSA Director Wants to Build an IoT Security Coalition

How NSA Director Wants to Build an IoT Security Coalition

eWeekeWeekThu 11:20pm 227Admiral Michael Rogers is preparing a coalition of government, military and commercial interests to fight a global cyber…
Trialfire Begins Selling Code-Free Analytics Service For Apps And Websites

Trialfire Begins Selling Code-Free Analytics Service For Apps And Websites

TechCrunchTechCrunchThu 6:23pm 203 Toronto-based startup Trialfire is launching a service so companies can track customers as they interact with…
One hard ghoulie: 1985's <i>Ghosts 'n Goblins</i>

One hard ghoulie: 1985's Ghosts 'n Goblins

The RegisterThe Register5:02am 183Take me dancing naked in the… graveyard Antique Code Show In the build-up to the Halloween of 1985, Capcom lobbed this…

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It Looks Like Samsung's Strange, Curvy New Galaxy Phone May Be Coming To The US Next Month

It Looks Like Samsung's Strange, Curvy New Galaxy Phone May Be Coming To The US Next Month

Business InsiderBusiness InsiderThu 8:48am 446Samsung's curved Galaxy Note Edge may be coming to its first US carrier in about two weeks, according to an allegedly…
Execs From Apple Pay Competitor Finally Speak, But Big Questions Remain

Execs From Apple Pay Competitor Finally Speak, But Big Questions Remain

Re/codeRe/codeWed 10:35pm 376Vjeran Pavic for Re/code MCX, the consortium of retailers that recently blocked the use of Apple Pay in their stores,…
You'll Never Not Know What To Watch On Netflix Again

You'll Never Not Know What To Watch On Netflix Again

GizmodoGizmodoWed 9:40pm 365For everyone out there who's spent a feature-length-film amount of time trying to find something good to watch: What Is…
Even With The Novel Sprout, HP Just Can’t Win

Even With The Novel Sprout, HP Just Can’t Win

TechCrunchTechCrunchWed 7:22pm 312 By all accounts HP announced something truly innovative today. The Sprout by HP is a mind-blowing mash-up of desktop…
An Interview With Alex Blumberg, Public Radio Journalist Turned Entrepreneur

An Interview With Alex Blumberg, Public Radio Journalist Turned Entrepreneur

TechCrunchTechCrunchWed 3:08pm 313 If you’ve listened to public radio at all in the past decade you’ll recognize the voice of Alex Blumberg. Part of…
MEN: For pity's sake SLEEP with LOTS of WOMEN - and avoid Prostate Cancer

MEN: For pity's sake SLEEP with LOTS of WOMEN - and avoid Prostate Cancer

The RegisterThe RegisterWed 3:03am 335And, um, don't sleep with other men. If that's what worries you A surefire way of holding off that scourge of male…
A single fiber strand could carry the world's internet traffic

A single fiber strand could carry the world's internet traffic

EngadgetEngadgetWed 2:02am 388Researchers in the US and Netherlands have managed to transmit data at 255Tbps across a single strand of fiber cable…
The FBI faked a news website to catch a bomb threat suspect

The FBI faked a news website to catch a bomb threat suspect

EngadgetEngadgetTue 10:09pm 427The DEA isn't the only US law enforcement agency using impersonation on the web to catch suspects, it seems. The…