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Right to be forgotten is still only for Europe, says Google - ZDNet

January 20, 2015 - 5:04am

NDTV

Right to be forgotten is still only for Europe, says Google
ZDNet
Google is still refraining from de-listing 'right to be forgotten' links on its .com domains despite the view from Europe's data protection authorities that it should. Europe's 'right to be forgotten' law has since a ruling last year given residents the right to ask search ...
Google-Led Report On Europe's Right To Be Forgotten Coming This MonthTechCrunch
EU's Oettinger Talks Google, Audi and Udo JürgensWall Street Journal (blog)
European Official Urges Google to Offer Greater Concessions in Antitrust InquiryNew York Times (blog)
StockWise Daily -Times of India
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Japan to Sell Talking Robots That Won't Try to Make Sense - NDTV

January 20, 2015 - 3:52am

NDTV

Japan to Sell Talking Robots That Won't Try to Make Sense
NDTV
The scientist behind a new talking robot in Japan says people should stop expecting robots to understand them, and instead try to chime in with robotic conversations. Hiroshi Ishiguro's 28-centimer (11-inch) tall button-eyed Sota, which stands for "social talker ...

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Lizard Squad hacker group brought down - IT PRO

January 20, 2015 - 3:51am

IT PRO

Lizard Squad hacker group brought down
IT PRO
Lizard Squad, the group responsible for taking down the Playstation and Xbox services over Christmas, has been attacked and details of its 14,241 registered users are now circulating on the web. Hackers broke into the rent-a-botnet service, called Lizard ...
Possible Lizard Squad members claims hack of Oz travel insurerThe Register
Lizard Squad's LizardStresser hacked and customer details made publicThe Guardian
Universally hated hacker group suffers a humiliating hack of its ownBGR
Gizmodo -Full-Time Whistle -The Tech Portal
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Nintendo Closing Club Nintendo (But Don't Panic) - Kotaku

January 20, 2015 - 2:24am

The Tanooki

Nintendo Closing Club Nintendo (But Don't Panic)
Kotaku
For years now, Club Nintendo has been offering special goodies to fans. But as of today, it's going away. But don't fret. Not yet. Nintendo is planning a new loyalty program with new rewards. Official notices have been posted by Nintendo in Japan, Europe, and ...
Club Nintendo to be DiscontinuedNintendo World Report
Club Nintendo and Stars Catalogue to end this yearMetro
Club Nintendo Is Shutting Down, And Here Are All The DetailsSiliconera
Nintendo Life -The Tanooki -Stevivor
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You Can Buy a Giant Wearable Mecha Robot Suit For $1m From Amazon Japan - News Every day

January 19, 2015 - 11:30pm

News Every day

You Can Buy a Giant Wearable Mecha Robot Suit For $1m From Amazon Japan
News Every day
(Photo : Amazon Japan) Amazon Japan is selling a giant mecha robot that you can ride in, for $1 million. The robot, called Kuratas is 12.5ft tall weighing 5 tonnes and can attain a top speed of 10kph. Amazon Japan is selling a giant mecha robot that you can ...

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Microsoft Patents Theatre Mode For mobile Devices - Pioneer News

January 19, 2015 - 10:31pm

Pioneer News

Microsoft Patents Theatre Mode For mobile Devices
Pioneer News
Microsoft has patented a new mobile phone mode that could make your life a little easier. it is called “theatre mode” and it ensures that you will not—nor will anyone around you—be disturbed by your phone if you are sitting in a movie theatre. The application ...

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We finally know why T-Mobile is always up for sale - SlashGear

January 19, 2015 - 3:33pm

SlashGear

We finally know why T-Mobile is always up for sale
SlashGear
T-Mobile's Uncarrier approach is certainly exciting, and it's given customers plenty of reason to drop that other carrier they may be on and give T-Mobile a shot. Still, quarter after quarter, T-Mobile talks up their growing customer base while reporting financial ...
Tech execs ditch smartphones to temper digital addictionVancouver Sun
T-Mobile Can't Afford to Keep Doing This Whole "Uncarrier" ThingGizmodo
T-Mobile owner says “Un-carrier” business unsustainable without mergerArs Technica
The Consumerist -GeekWire
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Google reportedly in satellite investment talks with SpaceX - CNET

January 19, 2015 - 12:18pm

CNET

Google reportedly in satellite investment talks with SpaceX
CNET
Funding would apparently bolster both companies' goals of creating space-based networks for delivering Internet access via satellite. by Steven Musil · @stevenmusil; 19 January 2015 6:15 pm GMT. comments. 0. facebook. twitter. linkedin. googleplus. more.
Google said to be in talks to invest in SpaceX at $10B valuationVentureBeat
Google and SpaceX are talking about internet satellitesEngadget
Google said close to SpaceX investmentSlashGear
Newsweek -News Every day -DC Inno
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Meet the $1 Million Robot You Can Buy on Amazon - ABC News

January 19, 2015 - 12:17pm

ABC News

Meet the $1 Million Robot You Can Buy on Amazon
ABC News
A robot that takes its cues from its operator's facial expressions to shoot at enemies is now for sale on Amazon, suggesting that you can buy just about anything on the e-commerce giant's website. While it's unclear if the sinister shooting feature is for sale in ...
AWESOME Transformer-style mech suit available to buy on Amazon for $1 millionMirror.co.uk

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Scientists are teaching Super Mario to think and feel - The Verge

January 19, 2015 - 10:52am

Financial Express

Scientists are teaching Super Mario to think and feel
The Verge
It's Elon Musk's worst nightmare: a group of computer researchers are building a self-aware AI, programming their creation with an insatiable desire for material wealth and teaching it how to kill. Thankfully, the AI's name is Mario; he's looking for coins, and his ...
Super Mario comes to life in artificial intelligence experimentInquirer
Scientists Give Super Mario Artificial IntelligenceNewsweek
AI Mario doesn't need your help rescuing princessesRedOrbit
Uproxx -Blast
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Resident Evil HD Remake Review: Capcom gives horror classic a lazy spit-shine - International Business Times UK

January 19, 2015 - 10:48am

International Business Times UK

Resident Evil HD Remake Review: Capcom gives horror classic a lazy spit-shine
International Business Times UK
The 2002 Resident Evil (aka REmake) is arguably the finest video game remake there is. Every inch of Capcom's zombie classic was lovingly brought up to scratch, and it quickly became the definitive version of the genre-defining horror. Thirteen years later ...
'Resident Evil HD Remaster' keeps gameplay intact, brings classic to modern ageExaminer.com
Resident Evil HD Remaster Review - Survival Horror OriginsCrave Online

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Cars from the '80s and '90s are hot at this year's Scottsdale auctions - Fox News

January 19, 2015 - 10:24am

Fox News

Cars from the '80s and '90s are hot at this year's Scottsdale auctions
Fox News
Hagerty. Hagerty. Hagerty. Previous Next. As recently as 15 years ago, Barrett-Jackson and the other Scottsdale, Ariz., auctions were almost exclusively about the grand classics from the 1930s. No more. These cars have all but disappeared from the Arizona ...
Massive vintage car auction pulls in $130000000Chron.com
Shelby Super Snake fetches $5.1 million at Barrett JacksonSports Car Illustrated
Barrett-Jackson reaches historic highs at 2015 Scottsdale auctionFOXSports.com
Albany Times Union -BoldRide.com -Autoweek
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SpaceX Opening Seattle Plant To Build 4000 Broadband Satellites - Space News

January 19, 2015 - 10:01am

Space News

SpaceX Opening Seattle Plant To Build 4000 Broadband Satellites
Space News
SpaceX founder Elon Musk in Seattle announcing plans to open a satellite factory there. Credit: Washington Aerospace Partnership via Twitter. As SpaceX Turns up Rhetoric, USAF Taps Welch for Certification Review. peter_b_de_selding_4c ...

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GOP calls for open internet, but more in symbol than substance - Gigaom

January 19, 2015 - 9:19am

Gigaom

GOP calls for open internet, but more in symbol than substance
Gigaom
“Open internet” has become one of those political catch-phrases like “freedom” or “innovation” that enjoys universal support but is rapidly losing any real meaning. Consider, for instance, the new broadband bill trotted out on Friday by Republicans with a press ...
Cantwell hosts net neutrality forum in SeattleThe Idaho Statesman
Thune hearing to tackle FCC authority over InternetThe Ripon Advance

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Civilization designer Sid Meier announces new Starships strategy game - The Verge

January 19, 2015 - 8:11am

PCGamesN

Civilization designer Sid Meier announces new Starships strategy game
The Verge
Sid Meier is heading back to outer space. Following the release of last year's Civilization: Beyond Earth, the famed designer has announced his Firaxis studio is working on another sci-fi strategy game called Sid Meier's Starships. While Beyond Earth focused ...
Sid Meier Brings Us Farther into Space in Strategy Game StarshipsThe Escapist
Sid Meier's Starships is the latest strategy game by Firaxis and 2KLoad The Game
Sid Meier's Starships is not knee deep in the hooplaTechnologyTell
Game Informer -Gamereactor UK
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Why Almost Nobody Wants to Pay for the 'Netflix of Magazines' - Businessweek

January 19, 2015 - 8:02am

Businessweek

Why Almost Nobody Wants to Pay for the 'Netflix of Magazines'
Businessweek
Millions of people are more than willing to pay for steady access to streaming content. Netflix counts 50 million subscribers to its online video library, and Spotify has 12.5 million listeners ponying up a monthly fee for a massive buffet of music. For magazines ...
Why your Spotify or Netflix for print content is probably doomedGigaom
Magzter launches "all you can read" magazine subscription for $9.99 per monthtuaw.com
Magzter to Offer Largest Library of 'All-You-Can-Read' Multi-Platform Digital ...Broadway World
Wall Street Journal (blog) -Android Headlines - Android News -TechCrunch
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Georgia Man Cited for Eating While Driving - ABC News

January 19, 2015 - 7:58am

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Georgia Man Cited for Eating While Driving
ABC News
Madison Turner was pulled over for driving with one hand on the wheel and the other on a hamburger. 0:38 | 01/19/15. World News Videos | ABC World News. Coming up in the next {{countdown}} {{countdownlbl}}. Coming up next: {{nextVideo.title}}.
Man cited for 'eating while driving' in GeorgiaWPXI Pittsburgh
Man Slapped with Distracted Driving Ticket for Eating Behind WheelFox 28
Man given citation for eating while driving in Georgiaabc7news.com

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Microsoft Outlook hacked following Gmail block in China - ZDNet

January 19, 2015 - 7:55am

IBNLive

Microsoft Outlook hacked following Gmail block in China
ZDNet
screen-shot-2015-01-19-at-13-42- Greatfire.org Microsoft's Outlook email service was subject to a cyberattack over the weekend, just weeks after Google's Gmail service was blocked in China. On Monday, online censorship watchdog Greatfire.org said the ...
After Gmail blocked in China, Microsoft's Outlook hackedIBNLive
Microsoft's Outlook hacked in China: GreatFireNorthumberland Today
Chinese government accused of hacking Microsoft OutlookInternational Business Times UK
Reuters
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IoT Potential, Video Conferencing Concerns in the Channel Spotlight - Channel Partners

January 19, 2015 - 7:18am

Channel Partners

IoT Potential, Video Conferencing Concerns in the Channel Spotlight
Channel Partners
A pair of new research reports are catching our eye this week. The first concerns a growing partner opportunity: the Internet of Things. Embarcadero Technologies' “Software for the Internet of Things Developer Survey," conducted by Dimensional Research, ...
Internet of Things (IoT) no longer sci-fi: it's making our lives betterThe Australian
Internet of Things: Connected devices industry is surging by the hour, but are ...The Westside Story
Will This New Internet of Things Platform Justify Intel Corporation's $8.6 Billion ...Motley Fool
Business Reporter -The Denver Post -NBCNews.com
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Facebook - Hiring Spree for Virtual Reality and Next-Generation Tech - Hacked

January 19, 2015 - 7:04am

Hacked

Facebook - Hiring Spree for Virtual Reality and Next-Generation Tech
Hacked
Must Read:Digital Eye Strain Study Reports 95 Percent of Americans at Risk Due to Devic... Must Read:An Irreverent Singularity Funcyclopedia, by Mondo 2000's R.U. Sirius. Popular Now. Legal Consulting Firm Believes Artificial Intelligence Could Replace ...
Facebook hiring spree hints at ambitionsITWeb
Facebook plans hiring spree to bolster drones, virtual reality effortsiNVEZZ
Facebook Inc (FB) Is Run By An Ambitious CEO: COO Sheryl SandbergInsider Monkey (blog)
Reuters -Hindustan Times
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