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Netflix May Be Making A Live-Action 'Legend of Zelda' Show With Nintendo
When Nintendo Nintendo said last year that they were going to be a little more loose with their character IPs in regards to branding opportunities, I thought we'd seen that manifest itself mainly with Mario Kart Mercedes DLC and the like. But this? This is a ...
Netflix is making a live-action Zelda show, according to rumorVentureBeat
Netflix Is Making A 'Game Of Thrones' For All Ages Legend Of Zelda TV SeriesTechCrunch
Netflix reportedly developing 'Legend of Zelda' live-action seriesMashable
GameSpot -SlashGear -The Verge
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Four senators call for federal probes into Verizon 'supercookies'
Verizon's sweet tooth for cookies has dunked it in more hot water after four Democratic senators called on the US Federal Trade Commission and the Federal Communications Commission to examine the company's practice of tracking customers' web habits.
Senators call for investigation into Verizon 'supercookies'Washington Post
Lawmakers want an investigation of Verizon's supercookiesComputerworld
Lawmakers call for investigation of Verizon supercookiesPCWorld
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Apple TV News, Rumors: Reports Suggest Company in Talks with TV Content ...
A latest report suggests that Apple Inc. is currently in talks with TV programmers to enter into deals that would enable the Cupertino tech giant to offer television shows via an "over-the-top" pay-TV service, something similar to Sony's PlayStation Vue and Dish ...
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Uber to introduce 'panic button' safety feature in India
NEW YORK (AP) — Uber says it's introducing two new safety features for riders in India in response to concerns about safety that followed a passenger reporting she had been raped by a driver. The San Francisco taxi alternative company says it will launch a ...
Uber to Add Panic Button, Safety Net to App for Emergencies on Feb. 11Headlines & Global News
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Microsoft's New App Strategy: Turning Google Into A Dumb Pipe
Microsoft doesn't just want its hands on every operating system. It also wants eyes in every cloud. By Jared Newman. If you had made a list a couple of years ago of all the things you'd never expect Microsoft to do, it might have included a number of items.
Outlook: An update for smarter e-mailWashington Post
Keep Android apps in check, save your battery lifeSlashGear
Midnight Rises, Backgrounds, Alfred Remote, Pandora, And Outlook Are Our ...Macgasm
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Apple hiring from Tesla and producing a car?
Exciting, but also surprising news has hit the shelves today, as it seems that Apple is hard at work trying to recruit a couple of people over from Tesla. This report comes from Elon Musk in an interview with Bloomberg, where he said quite a lot about Apple and ...
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AP Exclusive: Facebook, LinkedIn join to help women in tech
MENLO PARK, Calif. — Facebook and LinkedIn want to boost dwindling numbers of women studying engineering and computer science with a collaborative initiative announced Friday that they hope will eventually fill thousands of lucrative Silicon Valley jobs ...
Sheryl Sandberg's bold plan to get more women to codeMashable
To Get Women Into Computer Science, Sheryl Sandberg Launches Lean In ...TechCrunch
Facebook's Sandberg: Women engineers should Lean InUSA TODAY
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Clippy comeback: Microsoft is bringing Cortana to Office
Microsoft is bringing its Cortana digital assistant to Office. The software giant is currently testing a "Work Assistant" app that's designed to use Cortana to open, edit, and share documents using voice commands and Cortana. Microsoft's initial app is just a ...
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Google Glass Is Going Into Hiding “Until It's Perfect”
The next version of Google Glass will be redesigned from scratch and produced in secret, after Google employees acknowledged that the publicly revealed prototype had flaws. Google Glass was unveiled as a prototype in 2012 and then distributed to a select ...
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Cablevision's Wi&Fi&Only Budget Mobile Plan, Freewheel, Is Live
For $30 a month, you get all the data and calls you want as you stay in Wi-Fi range. But can consumers stand being chained to hotspots? By David Lumb · Cablevision's mobile service Freewheel has begun offering customers all the data and calls they ...
Cablevision rolls out Freewheel, a cheap Wi-Fi-only mobile servicePCWorld
Cablevision's WiFi-only unlimited mobile phone service is liveEngadget
Cablevision kicks off Freewheel sales, says it's a 'data usage' serviceFierceCable
Telecompaper (subscription) -CNET
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Singapore students 'print' solar-powered city car
Give some students a 3D-printer, some solar panels and about a year's worth of time, and what do you get? No, not a solar-powered bong (though good idea) -- solar race cars, that's what! Engineering students from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) ...
Singapore students build a solar electric car with 3D-printed bodyecomento.com
Singapore students print 1st 3D Concept Car in AsiaSlashGear
Singapore University 3D Prints Sci-Fi VehiclesGas 2.0
Plastics Today -Gizmag
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Who's hiring lots of Apple employees? Carmaker Tesla, that's who
Elon Musk's electric-car venture has lured more than 150 employees from Apple over the last few years, more than from any other company. Bloomberg reports. by Don Reisinger · @donreisinger; 7 February 2015, 2:38 am AEDT. comments. 0. facebook.
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First Ubuntu phone will be sold in a limited-run 'flash sale'
The BQ Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu Edition is an alternative to iPhone and Android and will be available in Europe. by Rich Trenholm · @rich_trenholm; 6 February 2015 2:35 pm GMT. comments. 0. facebook. twitter. linkedin. googleplus. more. more +. email. tumblr.
First Ubuntu smartphone, Aquaris E4.5, launches into cluttered mobile marketZDNet
Ubuntu smartphone offers alternative to appsBBC News
The first Ubuntu phone arrives next week, but there's a catchEngadget
Gigaom -The Register -The Verge
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Attack of the Fanboy
Mortal Kombat X Might Have Microtransactions
Attack of the Fanboy
Mortal Kombat X has been on an incredible hype train leading to its April 14th launch, but that train might be set to derail if the latest news isn't received well. While speaking with IGN, NetherRealm Studios marketing manager Brian Goodman was asked ...
Mortal Kombat X hands-on preview: Kombat refinedPCWorld
New trailer details Weekly Faction Wars, Dynamic Challenge Towers in Mortal ...Warp Zoned
Mortal Kombat XGame Informer
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Google Chromebooks get remote disable function
The new feature represents big news for the enterprise sector, which has been increasingly adopting the low-cost machines since the launch of the company's Google For Work initiative last year. A post to Google+ from Chrome Evangelist Francis Beaufort ...
Chromebooks get a remote lock tool for adminsPCWorld
Lost Or Stolen Chrome OS Devices? Here's How To Disable ThemTech Times
Chrome OS update lets admins lock stolen machinesSlashGear
TechOne3 -The Southeast Sun -Android Headlines - Android News
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Maine News Online
In 2007, Steve Jobs had given then-Senator Obama an iPhone sneak peek
Maine News Online
In a soon-to-be-released book titled 'Believer: My 40 Years in Politics,' former Obama advisor David Axelrod has revealed that, in 2007, Apple's legendary CEO, late Steve Jobs, had given then-Senator Barack Obama a sneak peek at the first iPhone before it ...
Obama Got a Peek at the Original iPhone Before Steve Jobs Announced ItTechnoBuffalo
Steve Jobs gave Obama a sneak peek of original iPhone before its releaseDaily News & Analysis
Did Obama Predict the iPhone's Success?PC Magazine
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Cult of Mac
Tesla knocks on Apple's door when it wants new employees
From strong leadership to disruptive products, there's a lot of corporate DNA shared by Apple and Tesla. It turns out, however, there's also a lot of actual DNA shared as well. A Bloomberg report on Tesla's hiring practices says the carmaker poaches more ...
Apple and Tesla have been locked in an employee recruiting battle for years ...TechSpot
Tesla is trying to steal Apple's employeesBusiness Insider
Opptrends -Benchmark Monitor
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Google Faces Fight In Europe On Search Delisting
The Google-led report had been expected last month, so it has not been delivered without any humps. There was disagreement among some Council members on what conclusions they should draw — so even Google's chosen few did not entirely align with ...
Google Panel Opposes EU Data Watchdogs on Forgotten CaseBloomberg
Google panel backs firm on EU limit to 'right to be forgotten'Reuters
Google advisory council: Right to delist should only apply in EUGigaom
Wall Street Journal -New York Times (blog)
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