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Sunday, January 8, 2017

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TECHNOLOGY

This Ultrathin OLED TV Hangs On The Wall Like A Poster

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fastcompany.com - After many years of technological advancements to reduce their power consumption, organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screens are finally emerging as a higher-performing alternative to LCD TVs that...

Inside the UK’s first cyber security entrepreneur boot camp

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computerweekly.com - Many people go to boot camps and accelerator programmes to learn new skills and meet lots of people. HutZero is no different. The programme is the UK’s first ever boot camp set up to mentor cyber s...

716Labs : Helps App Developers In The Marketng Validation stage - Start-Ups.Co

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start-ups.co - We had an interesting chat with Mr. “Scott Falbo”, Co-Founder of the Buffalo – USA based start-up “716Labs” Below is the interview we conducted with him: 1. What is it exactly that you do and what ...

11 Incredibly Helpful Websites for Entrepreneurs

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inc.com - Whether you're just getting started or have been in business for years, running a startup involves a tremendous amount of work. Yet never before have there existed so many inexpensive or free websi...

WTF is a VPN?

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techcrunch.com - You’re watching a movie. A criminal is trying to evade a crime scene in a sports car on the highway. A helicopter is following the car from above. The car enters a tunnel with multiple exits and th...

Off-the-beaten-path innovation could rejuvenate Twitter

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techcrunch.com - Hossein Rahnama is founder and CEO at Flybits and a visiting scholar at MIT. With rumors swirling that Twitter may (or should) sell, it’s time to ask: Is that for the best? Will it maximize what Tw...

What went wrong with this week’s horrendous Mega Man Mobile?

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arstechnica.com - In the wake of the NES Classic's holiday sellout across North America, another beloved '80s gaming property, Mega Man, offered a major nostalgia trip this week. The series' first six NES games roll...

9 Tips for More Effective Brand Storytelling on Social Media

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socialmediatoday.com - Remember how captivating a good story could be when you were a kid? Nothing could beat that “edge of your seat” feeling while you were waiting for your mother or father to reveal the fate of Winnie...

4 Ways to Reach Business Prospects With Facebook Ads : Social Media Examiner

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socialmediaexaminer.com - Are you wondering if Facebook ads can reach your audience? Facebook’s expanded targeting features let you serve your ads to a narrowly defined audience of prospects. In this article, you’ll discove...

Google created a prototype Star Trek communicator badge - Geek.com

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geek.com - If you needed any more proof beyond the new Star Wars tie-in that Google is run by geeks, this is it. Google senior VP Amit Singhal showed off a nifty little prototype device based on the Star Trek...

JBL launches new speakers, audio accessories - Android Community

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androidcommunity.com - New year, new products to show off. That is probably JBL’s goal, at least for this month, as they unveiled several new products, specifically speakers and audio accessories, at the recently conclud...

Watch (listen to) two Google Home devices “arguing” live on Twitch - Android Community

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androidcommunity.com - If you have nothing better to do or if you’re bored with the usual TV series that you watch, you might want to tune in to a channel on Twitch that is now live streaming a conversation between two G...

A lawyer rewrote Instagram’s privacy policy so kids and parents can have a meaningful talk about privacy

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qz.com - In Britain, more than half of 12- to 15-year-olds are on Instagram, according to OfCom (pdf), the country’s communications regulator. So are 43% of 8- to 11-year-olds. But how many of them understa...

A guide to staying online if the internet or social media gets blocked in your country

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qz.com - For digital rights activists, an important milestone came in 2016 with the adoption of the UN Human Rights Council resolution on promoting and protecting the freedom of users online. Yet, 51 intent...

Liquid : Platform to Easily Segment and Personalize Your Apps in Real-Time - Start-Ups.Co

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start-ups.co - We had an interesting chat with Mr. “Alexandre Vaz”, CEO at the Lisbon – Portugal based start-up “Liquid” Below is the interview we conducted with him: 1. What is it exactly that you do and what y...

Lapkin : Biodegradable Laptop Keyboard Cover - Start-Ups.Co

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start-ups.co - We had an interesting chat with Mr. “Mihaela Muruianu”, Co-Founder of the London based start-up “Lapkin” Below is the interview we conducted with him: 1.What is it exactly that you do and what your...

Mekiwi : Easy-To-Use StartUp to Manage Daily Life - Start-Ups.Co

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start-ups.co - We had an interesting chat with Mr. “Antti Kananen”, CEO of the Finland based start-up “Mekiwi” Below is the interview we conducted with her: 1. What is it exactly that you do and what your start-u...

CMYKC : Uniting Creatives Within Local Kansas City - Start-Ups.Co

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start-ups.co - We had an interesting chat with Abigail Gallagher, Co–founder at the Missouri, USA-based start-up “CMYKC.” Below is the interview we conducted with her: 1. What is it exactly that you do and what y...

Scoopinion.com: A Web-Based Application that Turns Your Browser into a Learning Magazine - Start-Ups.Co

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start-ups.co - Scoopinion builds your personal magazine by matching what people like you have read well and you haven’t. It’s an effortless way to make the news good for yourself and the community. As per Mr. Kos...

Sleeves Up Productions : Digital Content For Brands - Start-Ups.Co

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start-ups.co - We had an interesting chat with Ms. “Erika Kramer”, CEO and Founder at New York – USA based start-up “SleevesUpProductions” Below is the interview we conducted with her: 1. What is it exactly that...

SmartUse: Mobile Application To Handle Construction Projects - Start-Ups.Co

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start-ups.co - Start-Ups.Co really enjoyed interviewing the brilliant entrepreneur; Ms. ‘Lucie Perrier'; Marketing Director of the New York-based start-up “SmartUse”. Below, is the full interview that we have con...

LivingJunction.com: A Drag-and-Drop Social Publishing Platform to Create Social Magazines Around your Hobbies and Interests - Start-Ups.Co

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start-ups.co - Living Junction is a social publishing platform that let’s you drag-and-drop rich media content to the pages of your own gorgeous magazine to bring your favorite topics alive. “Living Junction” is ...

Can 14-year-olds hack email? My 14-year-old sons say, you bet!

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foxnews.com - Julian Assange told Sean Hannity this week that “a 14-year-old boy” could have hacked John Podesta’s emails. It just so happens I live with two 14-year-old boys, my sons. Both are extremely tech s...

Gamification Research: How Diablo III uses Game Mechanics to become Winning & Addicting

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yukaichou.com - Blizzard Entertainment, a company that knows how to do gaming right (though not perfectly), has hit it big with their latest game Diablo III, launched in May of 2012. Within a week, they already so...

At CES, New Alexa-Powered Products Are Everywhere: Here's The Full List

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fastcompany.com - In 2016, the general public developed an appetite for controlling their technology with voice commands. Amazon has emerged as the central player in this movement after it released its voice-control...

People Keep Finding Coins in Their MacBooks and Nobody Knows Why

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gizmodo.com - Look, I love my Macbook, but Apple’s products are often (rightly) criticized for being too expensive. We finally have an explanation for the huge price gouge customers have come to expect: they’re ...