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7Gadgets: Borderlands: The Handsome Collection – Playstation 4
Two critically acclaimed Borderlands games in one package ? experience Handsome Jack?s rise to power in Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel and his reign as maniacal Hyperion CEO in Borderlands 2. Borderlands: The Handsome Collection supports four different p...
Dateline: 2015-03-02 12:47am -08:00T (170 words)
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Ars Technica: Google+ changes leadership again as engineers flee the stagnant project
More troubled times for Google+. Just under a year ago, the social network had a major shakeup where Vic Gundotra, the then-head of Google+, left Google. Dave Besbris took over and has been running the social network for about 11 months, but now he's o...
Dateline: 2015-03-02 2:00am -08:00T (256 words)
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hack a day: Using Vacuum Tubes As Immersion Heaters
Fellow Hackaday writer [Ethan Zonca] was doing a little bit of woodworking recently and decided to test ammonia fuming on a small piece of oak. Yes, this means discoloring wood with ammonia vapor, and it’s a real technique. [Ethan] wanted to increas...
Dateline: 2015-03-02 2:00am -08:00T (227 words)
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Ars Technica: Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 will feature Kryo CPU, Krait’s 64-bit successor
BARCELONA, Spain—Qualcomm, after an agonizingly long wait, has finally revealed a few details about its next-gen, top-end CPU core. Called Kryo, the 64-bit CPU core will debut in the Snapdragon 820 SoC, which will begin sampling "on a leading edge Fi...
Dateline: 2015-03-02 2:00am -08:00T (290 words)
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The Daily WTF: CodeSOD: Polish Elections
Far away across the Atlantic, in the mythical land of Eastern Europe, where the sun don't shine and wild beasts roam the roads, lies a little country called Poland. Known in the world for its cheap manual labor and fondness for strong alcohol, it has for ...
Dateline: 2015-03-02 4:30am -08:00T (644 words)
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MacRumors: Apple Watch Featured in Hong Kong Fashion Magazine 'East Touch'
Apple Watch continues to make its international debut in magazines worldwide with a new cover appearance and multi-page spread in Hong Kong fashion magazine East Touch this month. The latest March issue of the magazine features the Apple Watch and Apple W...
Dateline: 2015-03-02 5:45am -08:00T (235 words)
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Techdirt: Surveillance Software Company Gamma Found To Have Violated Human Rights; Receives Unprecedented Slap On The Wrist
As Techdirt has reported on the increasingly active world of commercial spyware, one name in particular has cropped up several times: Gamma, with its FinFisher suite of spyware products. In October last year, we reported that Privacy International had fil...
Dateline: 2015-03-02 4:30am -08:00T (433 words)
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Micro Pursuasion: Solar Energy; The Real Facts
Most power plants in the United States and around the world are using fossil fuels to generate electricity and operate. Fossil fuels has-been used as an energy source while the man has learned to generate power. Fossil fuels have been-around for ages ...
Dateline: 2015-03-02 3:15am -08:00T (630 words)
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TechCrunch: Ingenico Has A Square-style Dongle That Can Be Used For NFC Tech Like Apple Pay
Payments is one of those chicken and egg scenarios. Consumers want to see a use case (participating merchants) before they adopt, yet merchants want to know that customers are actually using this stuff before they invest. Apple Pay has, by all accounts, ...
Dateline: 2015-03-01 11:30pm -08:00T (72 words)
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hack a day: Sodium Pickle Lights
A few weeks ago, the folks at the 23b hackerspace held Sparklecon, an event filled with the usual infosec stuff, locks and lockpicking, and hardware. A con, of course, requires some cool demonstrations. They chose to put a pickle in an arc welder, with i...
Dateline: 2015-03-02 4:30am -08:00T (195 words)
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MoFoNu - Mobile Phone News: Samsung announces new mobile payment service Samsung Pay
Yesterday, Samsung took center stage at MWC 2015 and introduced the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge – its new flagship. At the trade show, the Korean tech giant also announced Samsung Pay, its new mobile payment service. Samsung Pay...
Dateline: 2015-03-02 5:47am -08:00T (930 words)
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Slashdot: Statistical Mechanics Finds Best Places To Hide During Zombie Apocalypse
HughPickens.com writes Eric Mack reports at Cnet that a team of researchers at Cornell University, inspired by the book "World War Z" by Max Brooks, have used statistical-mechanics to model how an actual zombie outbreak might unfold and determined the bes...
Dateline: 2015-03-02 8:15am -08:00T (305 words)
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Slashdot: Spock and the Legacy of Star Trek
StartsWithABang writes While the nerd/geek world mourns the death of Leonard Nimoy in its own way, it's important to remember the legacy that Star Trek — and that Spock and alien characters like him — left on our world. Unlike any other series...
Dateline: 2015-03-01 11:30pm -08:00T (100 words)
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Ars Technica: Intel unveils its next mobile maneuver: Atom x3, x5, and x7
BARCELONA, Spain—At Mobile World Congress 2015, Intel has unveiled its latest in a very long line of attempts at securing a beachhead in the mobile market: the Atom x3, Atom x5, and Atom x7 SoCs. As the naming implies, the Atom x3 is a low-end part ...
Dateline: 2015-03-02 7:00am -08:00T (278 words)
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hack a day: The Wisest Wizard Doesn’t Drink from Cans
“Wizard Staff” or “Wisest Wizard” is a drinking game played at parties where the attendees participate by taping the empty cans of the drinks they’ve consumed on top of one another to form a staff of inebriated power. A perso...
Dateline: 2015-03-02 7:00am -08:00T (333 words)
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