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A Gift Guide For Those Impossible To Shop For People

giftguide-splash-impossible Everyone has someone on their list that is impossible to shop for. They have everything. In those times, it’s probably safe to give a nice bottle of whiskey. Or any of the items on the following list. There is no way they have everything listed below, but in case they do, default to the whiskey. That’s truly a gift that keeps on giving anyway. DJI Phantom 2 Vision + The DJI Phantom… Read More Continue reading

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Facebook’s Money-Making Solution To App Discovery? A Whole Feed Of Install Ads

too-many-apps-fb Finding a good app can be like looking for a needle in a truckstop bathroom. Apple and Google aren’t doing much to help you sift through their messy app stores. Facebook has tried to step up, but sometimes you don’t care about your friends and just want a new mobile toy to play with. So Facebook is taking haters’ worst nightmare and turning it into an app discovery tool. Today… Read More Continue reading

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Withings Activité Fitness Tracking Watch Review

activite-4 earable tech has seemed on a fairly straightforward path throughout the course of its initial development – from the step counter, to the fitness band, to the smartwatch. But the wrist has long been a home for a more refined and storied piece of tech: The wristwatch. And while smartwatches attempt to reimagine that gadget for a modern age, only the new Withings Activité tracker nails… Read More Continue reading

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Here’s What Google’s First Custom-Built Self-Driving Car Looks Like Now

v2 Google has been working on self-driving cars for a few years now — but up until recently, they were mostly modifying the heck out of existing cars, not building a vehicle from the ground up.
Back in May, they released a mockup of what they expected their first built-in-house vehicle to look like. Today, they’ve released a photo of the real deal. Read More Continue reading

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Apple Launches A New Tumblr Site Promoting iTunes

Screen Shot 2014-12-22 at 12.42.13 PM Apple has expanded its social media marketing efforts to include Tumblr once again, with the launch of a new iTunes Tumblr site which is currently promoting the “best of 2014″ in music, movies, TV and books. The blog features “best of” videos for each category, combined with shareable GIFs, images, quotes and other content ideal for reblogging. We’re hearing,… Read More Continue reading

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What The FAA Wants You To Know Before You Fly Your Drone

2014-12-22_0840 I’m pretty sure there will be more drones sold this Christmas season than ever before. Having more drones in the air, though, also means there is a higher chance for things to go wrong. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), in partnership with the  Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, Academy of Model Aeronautics and the Small UAV Coalition, launched a new… Read More Continue reading

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Social Cloud Storage Platform Raises $500,000 In Seed Funding

 The cloud storage business is already crowded, with leading competitors including Dropbox, Google Drive, iCloud, Box, and OneDrive., which just came out of beta, is one of the latest entrants in the space, but it hopes to stand out by tur… Continue reading

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Google Adds Song Lyrics To Top Of Search Results, Points Searchers To Google Play

music Google is now displaying music lyrics at the top of its search results pages when you search for “song name” plus “lyrics” on Google – a move that may reduce the number of visits to music lyrics sites that now rank highly in Google Search, like or, for example. The move follows a change that Microsoft’s Bing made earlier this… Read More Continue reading

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A Former Sony Pictures Exec Defends The Decision To Pull ‘The Interview’

The Interview Late last week, TechCrunch had a chat with former Sony Pictures Chief Digital Strategy Officer Mitch Singer to discuss the motivations that likely went into Sony deciding to pull “The Interview” from theaters and the implications of that decision. Read More Continue reading

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Oracle Continues March To Cloud Buying Data As A Service Broker Datalogix

Oracle byplane flying. Oracle added another piece to its growing cloud portfolio today, buying digital-marketing, Data as a Service broker Datalogix. The move not only gives Oracle another cloud tool, it’s one that’s aimed directly at marketers, an area where Oracle is fighting hard with rival and others for dominance. The announcement did not include terms. Datalogix gives Oracle… Read More Continue reading

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