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Miss Netiquette’s guide to photo-sharing without alienating loved ones and destroying friendships Jun 1st 2013, 19:15
Social media can be a tricky thing to navigate and no one has written the rules on codes of conduct. We’re here to help you with best practices for sites Web-wide, and the includes the dos and don’ts when it comes to sharing photos, be it on Facebook or Instagram.Media files:
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Facebook’s penny-pinching bug bounties make hackers better off on the dark side Jun 1st 2013, 18:15
A bug bounty recipient believes that how much Facebook pays for bugs isn’t enough considering the value of Facebook exploits on the black market.Media files:
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Tesla to introduce new $30,000 compact sedan as EV company expands its charging network Jun 1st 2013, 18:15
Tesla’s announcement that it plans to build a new compact sedan aimed at BMW 3 Series buyers while expanding its network of fast-charging stations is likely boost the brands popularity even more.Media files:
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7 apps to help you manage your bills and finances Jun 1st 2013, 17:15
Need a little help with your finances? You are not alone. Try these financial apps and see if you can organize your cash flow a little better to make the most of your income.Media files:
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The latest victim of remix culture? You and your concert-made Vines Jun 1st 2013, 15:15
Vine is falling subject to some of the same problems that plagued early hip-hop and sampling, a DMCA issue that is once again rearing its ugly head. And this time, you could be the one in trouble for that six-second concert clip.Media files:
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A beginner’s guide to TOR: How to navigate through the underground internet Jun 1st 2013, 13:15
You can never be too anonymous, right? If you need a basic intro into an underground way to the Web, we’ve got the beginner’s guide to Tor – why to use, best practices … and what does that name even mean?Media files:
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Rolls-Royce copies Tesla and opens its first in-mall boutique showroom Jun 1st 2013, 12:15
Rolls-Royce adopts the Tesla style of car sales by opening up its first boutique lounge showroom in Bangkok, Thailand. At the new Rolls store, customers can choose up to 44,000 different leather colors and specialize virtually every inch of their car.Media files:
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What would Apple’s take on Google Glass look like? Jun 1st 2013, 10:15
Google has stepped out in front of competitors by rushing the first connected glasses to the market, but if the past is any indication, Apple is watching and waiting. What would its late-arriving competitor to Google Glass look like?Media files:
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Volvo used crowdsourcing to update its innovative ‘On Call’ smartphone app Jun 1st 2013, 01:15
After it released its first-of-its-kind smartphone app, Volvo opened suggestions up to its Facebook page allowing users to give their feedback on what new features they’d like to see. The suggestions were quite brilliant. The catch is, Volvo doesn’t offer the app in the U.S. – yet.Media files:
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The iPad is a PC! At least according to Microsoft… Jun 1st 2013, 00:22
Microsoft’s Frank X. Shaw believes iPads and other tablets should be considered personal computers, too. Slates just happen to be in a more mobile form factor than traditional computers, and are just as useful.Media files:
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Your 1080p TV is old already: Everything you need to know about 4K Ultra HD Jun 1st 2013, 00:15
Just when you thought you were safe with 1080p, 4K Ultra HD comes along to make it look antiquated. But what is 4K Ultra HD, how does it work, and most importantly, should you even consider buying it right now? We’ll explain it all.Media files:
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Lighter, cheaper Caterham Seven coming soon to a track-day near you Jun 1st 2013, 00:15
Yes, apparently the Caterham Seven can get lighter and cheaper. A new, stripped down version is due soon with a low, low asking price of just $25,800. What Caterham had to cut out to get to that price we don’t know. Frankly, we don’t really care.Media files:
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Hey constant Twitter profile updaters, this new feature just made your life way easier Jun 1st 2013, 00:03
Twitter rolled out inline profile editing, which can now be done quickly and effortlessly directly from your profile information box.Media files:
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Razer’s CEO talks the future of tech, design philosophy, and incredible frequent flier miles May 31st 2013, 23:52
Following the unveiling of the Razer Blade Pro and the new Razer Blade, we sat down with Razer CEO, Min-Liang Tan, and discussed designing the Blade, the future of gaming tech, and playing games.Media files:
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Sony puts another piece to 4K streaming puzzle, readying for summer launch May 31st 2013, 23:29
Sony has licensed video compression technology from a startup company called Eye IO in an effort to ensure that it can deliver 4K video over broadband for the 4K streaming service it wants to launch this summer.Media files:
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Autobots get a makeover for Transformers 4 May 31st 2013, 23:15
The Transformers 4 car cast will include a 254 mph Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, the all-new 2014 Corvette Stingray, and a few redesigns of familiar characters.Media files:
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DT Deals: Kubi robotic tablet stand makes video chats more realistic May 31st 2013, 23:15
Google Hangouts, Skype, Facetime – whatever you choose to use, video chatting still doesn’t feel quite like the real thing. Until the Kubi robotic stand. Today’s DT Deals knocks $56 off retail value.Media files:
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Tetris creator tries his hand at mobile games with Marbly May 31st 2013, 22:36
Alexey Pajitnov had a mobile gaming smash with Tetris back in the ’80’s and ’90’s. Now he’s re-entering the world of mobile games with a new puzzle game: Marbly. The game promises 180 levels of easy to play but tough to master gameplay.Media files:
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Xanga’s shutting down unless it raises $60k by mid-July May 31st 2013, 21:30
Formerly popular web blogging service Xanga is facing the possibility of extinction unless it can raise $60,000 to revamp itself by July 15. At the rate of Xanga’s competition, we think it’s goodbye time.Media files:
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Pinterest is reversing its no-nudity policy May 31st 2013, 20:58
Pinterest has strictly barred nudity, but at the behest of photographers and artists, the social network is taking a step back to rethink its policy.Media files:
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Sony reportedly considering breaking off its entertainment division May 31st 2013, 20:18
Sony ponders breaking off its entertainment division – an umbrella that includes its movie and video game business – to launch an IPO aimed at generating funds to help reinvigorate the company’s electronics division.Media files:
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Need an on-the-go GIF fix? Stilly auto-uploads your creations to Tumblr and iMessage May 31st 2013, 20:15
Auto-upload your homemade GIFs to Tumblr with Stilly – just keep that hand steady.Media files:
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How ‘The Bureau: XCOM Declassified’ went from vaporware to a highlight of 2013 May 31st 2013, 20:15
When ‘The Bureau: XCOM Declassified’ originally debuted back in 2010 as the “XCOM shooter,” it used a first person perspective before disappearing from sight. Three years later it returns with a third person perspective and a new focus. We talk to 2K Marin about how that shift happened.Media files:
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