Archive for June, 2014


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 Firefox OS is a tough project to evaluate. Mozilla’s phone operating system is meant for developing countries and first-time smartphone owners.

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Just days after Apple announced Swift at its WWDC keynote, Facebook’s mobile app development platform Parse on Friday announced support for Apple’s new programming language for building iOS and Mac apps.  “We’re excited about Swift because it…

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It’s taken a while, but the CIA has finally joined Twitter, kicking off with a humorous tweet and gathering more than 260,000 followers in a matter of just a few hours.

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Will Uber succeed in its mission to revolutionize the way local transportation works? The biggest investors in Silicon Valley seem to think so, having pledged another $1.4bn of capital.

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NASA’s latest data download just covered way more distance, and contained way more awesome, than any earthbound file transfer: the agency beamed a high-def video down from the International Space Station this week using a high-powered laser.

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The Life, Art, Science, and Technology (LAST) Festival is taking place this weekend in San Francisco, starting today.

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Vilynx has come a long way since we first wrote about them back in May of 2013. In addition to a brand facelift, they’ve also hauled in $1.9 million in funding from the New York VC Ridgewood Capital.

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Cha-Ching…looks like Uber is joining the $17 billion Club.  The San Francisco-based black car service transportation announced today that it has raised $1.2 billion in a new financing led by Fidelity Investments.  Uber’s CEO Travis Kalanick…

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It started with WWDC, Apple’s annual conference where it announces all the year’s new software stuff. It ended with Detroit decay and Steve Wozniak telling us about his tenure as the World’s #1 Tetris Player.

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Asteroid 2014 HQ 124, a.k.a. The Beast, is a football stadium-sized behemoth, estimated at nearly a quarter of a mile wide. And on Sunday, it’s gonna come perilously close to our beloved home planet. How close?

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