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  • No one would accuse me of being a Microsoft shill. Having grown up in Linux, I have a longstanding antipathy to Microsoft's machinations against open source (which have been thawing of late, thankfully). But after more than 10 years of raging against the Redmond machine, I've also developed a profound appreciation for Microsoft's ability to make difficult technologies approachable to average users. I'm therefore encouraged by Microsoft's foray into Big Data. Given surveys indicating that ente...

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    Ballmer going crazy
  • Imagine the Google Glass headgear, which currently makes some camera-shy onlookers nervous, shrinking down to near-invisibility—say, into a super-thin transparent layer that sits on the cornea. Google certainly has, as we now know from a recently published patent filing from October 2012. The notion of smart contact lenses itself isn't particularly new. Earlier this year, in fact, Google introduced the "moonshot" idea of an eye-worn lens embedded with a wireless chip for health monitoring. Bu...

    Six Million Dollar Man Opening: Side by Side Comparison

    This is my re-edit of the opening to the Six Million Dollar Man using clean, uncomposited footage from the series' pilot episodes recently released on DVD. The shots featuring the red scanner in th...
  • The connected home, the ultimate ideal in technology-driven luxury, promises easy living by passing along our drudgery to computers. But it’s not perfect. Even if you’re willing to shell out for expensive devices for your house, are you willing to trust them? There’s always the concern that when a middleman is involved, you’re relinquishing at least some control of your own domain. See also: Hacking The Connected Home: When Your House Watches You In that case, why not roll your own connected ...

    LCARS home automation with Arduino and Raspberry PI: QT redesign

    Hi there, it's a long time since I uploaded my last video. The design of my last LCARS home automation was realized via HTML, PHP and C. Since my knowledge of HTML is quite bad, I needed another me...
  • Editor's note: This post was originally published by our partners at PopSugar Tech. Meet the vending machine that tweet shames candy bar buyers. Would you think twice about your sweet treat if you knew that an automated dispensary would tell the world about it? A UK-based group of creative crafters called Nottingham Hackspace has revamped its snack dispensary into a tweeting machine that keeps its members accountable for what they eat. After a successful pledge drive, the group was able to bu...

    The Tweeting Vending Machine Hack - Computerphile

    The vending machine that Tweets when you buy a Twix - Nottingham Hackspace members have improved this eBay purchase with an Arduino... James explains just what it does and why.

    http://www.faceboo...
  • Just when we were looking at how to turn a Chromecast into a Sonos, Google turned the Sonos into a Chromecast. Sonos and Google's new partnership, touted on Google's fairly elaborate launch page, means that you can now stream music to a Sonos speaker from the Google Play Music app. That feature launched as an Android exclusive, but now Google Play Music will pop up as an option on the Sonos app for iOS too. Apparently you'll still need the Sonos app installed on Android, and of course you'll ...

    The Beginning of a Beautiful Friendship - Casablanca (6/6) Movie CLIP (1942) HD

    Casablanca Movie Clip - watch all clips http://j.mp/yTvqAI
    Buy Movie: http://j.mp/t3JhbO
    click to subscribe http://j.mp/sNDUs5

    Captain Renault (Claude Rains) and Rick (Humphrey Bogart) strike up a...
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  • ReadWriteBody is an ongoing series where ReadWrite covers networked fitness and the quantified self. I’ve long been fascinated by Armour39, an activity-tracking device made by Under Armour. I got a chance to test it in March at the South By Southwest Interactive conference in Austin, Texas. Since then, I’ve continued to work out with the device in San Francisco. it’s been pushing me to the edge, in a good way—and I've been putting the device through some torture tests of my own. My takeaway: ...

    The Bear Workout - Clean to Front Squat to Push Press to Back Squat to Push Press

    • by Dracoy
    • 4 years ago
    • 55,092 views
    Andy (2 D) from BB.com introduced me to this exercise. I decided to give it a try today as I recover from my glute injury. It is basically a Clean to Front Squat to Push Press to Back Squat to Push...
  • Looks like someone’s a Mad Men fan: Just like Don Draper showed Kodak clients his presentation for the Carousel slideshow machine, Dropbox revealed its decidedly digital and cloud-oriented take on photo sharing and organization today, also named Carousel. (Funny, though—Drew Houston always reminded me more of Pete Campbell.) Carousel is Dropbox’s new approach to organizing and sharing photos and videos, the company announced at its Wednesday press event in San Francisco. Essentially, users ca...

    Mad Men - The Carousel (Higher Quality)

    • by TomR35
    • 6 years ago
    • 720,382 views
    Arguably the best few minutes of the last season of television, and certainly the best of Mad Men. From the season finale.
  • Mozilla is in trouble. There is no way around that basic fact. The nonprofit maker of the Firefox Web browser needs a new CEO. Brendan Eich has resigned amid a scandal over his financial support of Proposition 8, the 2008 initiative that outlawed gay marriage in California. While his donation was revealed in 2012 through a public-records search, he was only Mozilla’s CTO at the time. His ascension to CEO brought the issue freshly into light, sparking discord among his own employees as well as...

  • It’s April Fool’s, the day tech sites vie for the unofficial title of 'Funniest Company.' It’s become something of a tradition for companies to outdo themselves by introducing silly new features. And whether you think it’s tiresome or the best thing since sliced bread, these kinds of playful parodies are now fixtures within our modern Web. It's "Jokes As A Service"—each company's demonstration that it doesn't take itself too seriously to give you a laugh at its own expense. We're rounding up ...

    headdit - a revolutionary way to browse reddit

    • by reddit
    • 2 weeks ago
    • 553,200 views
    Using revolutionary hand equivalent action detection, headdit allows you to upnod, frownvote and navigate your way around reddit. There is also cat mode. So sit back, relax and enjoy headdit.

    snoo...
  • Editor's note: This post was originally published by our partners at PopSugar Tech. You might have heard: Facebook is buying Oculus VR for $2 billion. Whether you like it or not, virtual reality will be a big part of the future of technology, and Facebook is making that possible. About a month before the acquisition news broke, Oculus Rift inventor Palmer Luckey was just a regular 21-year-old founder of gaming's hottest hardware startup. Below, you'll find Palmer's entire talk from the 2014 D...

    Oculus VR's Palmer Luckey - "Virtual Reality: The Road Ahead" - D.I.C.E. 2014 Summit

    • by Variety
    • 2 months ago
    • 11,025 views
    In this talk, Palmer Luckey, creator of the Oculus Rift, outlines his vision for virtual reality's future. He will discuss where we are in the evolution of VR, the current and future potential of t...
  • Microsoft wants gamers build their own worlds—playable game worlds, in fact. Microsoft’s Project Spark, in open beta now for Windows 8 and the Xbox One, splices together a Minecraft-like sandbox with actual developer tools, enabling budding game makers to actually build a playable game from scratch with no technical know-how whatsoever. In other words, everyone likes to build stuff. So let’s give everyone a shot, why don’t we? Developed by Team Dakota and published by Microsoft Studios, Proje...

    Project Spark 1 Min Tip: Changing your world

    Quick 1 minute video on how to jump in and change the environment in your creation.
  • There is a fundamental shift in the star-making machinery in Hollywood that pumps out teen celebrities. They are no longer coming from studio creations like "The Mickey Mouse Club" that launched the careers of Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears. Instead, they're on YouTube. No one can attest to that quite like Disney, which is betting big on viral stars not just to draw view but to build its next-generation franchises that it can promote on cable channels, theme parks, and more. The Walt Di...

    Friday - Rebecca Black - Official Music Video

    • by rebecca
    • 2 years ago
    • 66,869,193 views
    This is the one and only official version of Rebecca Black's "Friday" music video.

    Follow Rebecca:

    http://twitter.com/msrebeccablack
    http://facebook.com/iamrebeccablack
    http://itsrebeccablack.tu...
  • As annoying as haters are, they're a leading indicator of success, as I've written before. So for the market leader, a gaggle of noisy haters should actually be more comforting than disturbing. But what about for prospective buyers? Is there a reason to tune into a hater's advertising and buy from the runner-up, rather than the market leader? Is it ever prudent to buy the market leader's exhaust? The Power Of Leadership What do Apple, Microsoft, Google and Salesforce have in common? Each, at ...

    Ballmer Laughs at iPhone

    $500 for a phone???? LOL
  • Overloaded wireless-data networks are so common in crowded urban areas that many of us take them for granted. Which helps explain why a startup like Artemis Technologies, which promises near-perfect cellular reception to smartphone users no matter how crowded their networks, has gotten some rapturous attention over the past month. Artemis announced its approach, which it calls pCell (for "personal cell"), at the end of February. Despite the hype, its technology is far from proven, and has yet...

    Discover Artemis Networks' pCell Technology

    pCell synthesizes a Personal Cell, just for you.
    Mobile is always full speed. Wherever you are. Even in a packed stadium or Times Square.

    Learn more and talk to us at Artemis.com
  • Google promised software for wearables computers, and it didn’t disappoint. Today Google announced Android Wear, its platform for smartwatch and wearable technology development. While Google has not yet released the full software development kit (SDK) for Android wearables, we can get a good sense of what Android smartwatches will be capable of by digging into the principles in the developer preview. Pick A Card Android Wear user interface will be based on cards. Cards are applets (smaller ve...

    DevBytes - Android Wear: Developer Preview

    In this video, Justin Koh discusses how you can make your app ready for the wrist with Android Wear.

    #devbytes #android #wear #wearables
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  • Developers can start building applications for Android devices like smartwaches and fitness trackers with Google’s new project Android Wear. Google announced the project today; here are the key points you need to know. It Starts With Smartwatches The Android software will likely extend to all wearable devices, but Google is starting with the “most familiar wearable,” smartwatches. Reports that Google is working on its own smartwatch appear to have borne fruit with the announcement today of tw...

    Introducing Android Wear Developer Preview

    Android Wear extends the Android platform to wearables, starting with a familiar form factor -- watches. Download the developer preview at: developer.android.com/wear

    #android #wear #wearables
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  • ReadWriteExplain is a video series in which ReadWrite explains complex technology in visual form. This post and the accompanying video are presented by Intel. Almost a year ago, I wrote about a deal in which Intel bought Mashery, a startup ReadWrite has covered closely over the years. Where once we thought of computing as an operation performed by chips in boxes, it now takes place at a higher level: Services connected by APIs, or application programming interfaces, power the Internet. When I...

    ReadWriteExplain: The Mystery And Magic Of APIs

    What's an application programming interface, or API? You may not realize it, but every time you're using an app, you're connecting to all kinds of APIs. In this video, ReadWrite editor-in-chief exp...
  • During New York Social Media Week 2014, soft electronics rocked the spotlight. During Tech In Motion’s Wearable Technology Fashion Show, models showed off accessories and clothing that lit up, matched moods, and collected or displayed personal data. See also: Wearable Tech Walks The Runway In 3D Printed Heels The softer side of wearable technology hides LED lights, battery packs, electronic devices, and even actual computers like the Raspberry Pi, in the folds of clothing fabric. Designers st...

    The FLORAbrella Finale

    My final entry into the Get Closer Challenge -- the FLORAbrella LED Umbrella.
  • TiVo cofounders Michael Ramsay and Jim Barton liberated TV viewers from the vagaries of network scheduling by allowing them to watch programs when they wanted, not when they happened to be on. Now the two have a new streaming-TV device—a $49 box called Qplay—whose main selling point seems to be that it recreates the passive viewing experience of channel-surfing. Say again? Currently, streaming video first requires people to figure out what they actually want to watch, which can mean navigatin...

    Introducing Qplay

    • by Qplay
    • 1 month ago
    • 14,490 views
    Revolutionizing video entertainment. All over again.
  • Bebo, a social network that rose to mild popularity in the mid-2000s before changing hands multiple times and ultimately failing, is attempting a revival. Last year, founder Michael Birch bought back his company for just $1 million, and is finally starting to outline his plans for a revival. See also: AOL + Bebo = Still No Market Differentiation On Monday, the company announced Blab, an ephemeral video messaging application with features similar to Snapchat. Unlike other messaging apps, Blab ...

  • Editor's note: This post was originally published by our partners at PopSugar Tech. WhatsApp, which was freshly acquired by Facebook for $16 billion, is #winning this week. But the app's success did not come at a small price. Founders Jan Koum and Brian Acton are no strangers to failure, and their incredible journey speaks volumes about the value of tenacity and vision. Today, Jan and Brian's app is now the most valuable messaging platform on the planet, but they have had their fair share of ...

    DLD14 - What's Up WhatsApp? (Jan Koum, David Rowan)

    A quick update on WhatsApp by its co-founder and CEO Jan Koum. Moderated by David Rowan, WIRED UK.
  • The Scala programming language celebrated its 10th anniversary last month while Java 8 is poised for its “final” release in March. Ironically, the two languages that competed for so many years are starting to look increasingly similar. Java still tops the charts but Scala has gained new adherents due to its emphasis on functional programming. As Java 8 adds significant Scala features, there's a case to be made that Scala will diminish. Though there's still plenty of reason to think Java 8 wil...

    Rod Johnson's Keynote at ScalaDays 2013- Scala in 2018

    It's 2018. Scala is now 15 years old and the dominant programming language for enterprise apps. But how did we get here? What hurdles did we tackle and what hurdles tackled us?
  • Soon you may be able to mirror what's on your Android smartphone or tablet to your television through Chromecast. Google's Chromecast television streaming dongle has become a bit of a cult hit. At $35, it is one of the cheapest over-the-top media streamers on the market, can connect to virtually any television and allows you to use your smartphone or a tablet as a remote. The problem the Chromecast has had in its seven months or so of existence is lack of depth for apps that can use it. Cyano...

  • It’s been over 30 years since Chuck Hull invented the first 3D printer in 1983. Ever since then, the idea of machine-printing objects from scratch has gone from fiction to reality, opening up new opportunities for every field from science to art. See also: Why You’ll Want A 3D Printer In Your Home 3D printing may not be quite there yet, but in three decades the technology has progressed leaps and bounds in terms of the scope and utility of 3D-printed objects. Surprise, surprise: It's not just...

    Full Pizza Print

  • Coding is all the rage these days. Students of all ages and adults already in the workforce are increasingly encouraged to learn programming. Even President Obama said everyone should learn to code. There are countless resources that offer the opportunity to learn different skills. From free online classes through services like Codecademy to multi-thousand dollar programs that promise to turn you into a bona fide software engineer in nine weeks. But the question remains: Does everyone really ...

    President Obama asks America to learn computer science

    • by Code.org
    • 4 months ago
    • 1,026,973 views
    President Barack Obama asks every American to give it a shot to learn to computer science, kicking off the Hour of Code campaign for Computer Science Education Week 2013. http://code.org
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  • A debate in the technology world that's been simmering for years, about whether mapping vendor Esri will allow public geographic information systems (GIS) to access government customers' data, finally has an answer: The mapping software giant will indeed take an unprecedented step to make the data that thousands of its government customers around the U.S. load unto the ArcGIS platform, which is open to the public, with a click of a mouse. "Everyone starting to deploy ArcGIS can now deploy an ...

    Jack Dangermond interviewed at Gov 2.0 Summit 2010

    Jack Dangermond is the founder and president of ESRI. Founded in 1969 and headquartered in Redlands, California, ESRI is widely recognized as the technical and market leader in geographic informat...
  • ReadWriteBuilders is a series of interviews with developers, designers and other architects of the programmable future. Torsten Reil, a neuroscientist by training, was an unlikely videogame entrepreneur. Then he founded a company, NaturalMotion, whose Clumsy Ninja blossomed into an unlikely mobile gaming success. Then fast-shrinking social-game house Zynga bought NaturalMotion for a half-billion dollars, suddenly casting Reil in the unlikely role of potential savior. What were the odds? Zynga...

    Red Dead Redemption Gameplay Trailer

    Check out the gameplay footage from Rockstar's open-world Western.

    More information http://www.incgamers.com/all/Games/1186/red-dead-redemption
  • Three out of every four iOS users are running iOS 7, but Apple’s redesigned mobile operating system still has its fair share of issues—and fixes for many of them may still be a month away. At first, there was the lock screen bypass exploit. Then came the iMessage bug. The “screen of death.” Battery issues galore. Now there's a new vulnerability that allows someone who grabs your phone to quickly disable Apple’s “Find My iPhone” service, which securely tracks the location of all registered iOS...

    Security flaw in Find My iPhone iCloud Lock BYPASS. Activation Lock Bypass

    This video is to show a security flaw in apple's find my iphone feature so apple can fix this. I tried to contact apple and nobody has responded.

    https://twitter.com/bwilliams210

    To prevent thi...
  • Microsoft has found its next CEO. Satya Nadella, the company’s 46-year-old enterprise and cloud chief, will succeed departing CEO Steve Ballmer, Microsoft confirmed on Tuesday. To learn more about Nadella, check out Microsoft's special page it created just for the announcement. “Our industry does not respect tradition—it only respects innovation,” Nadella said. “The opportunity ahead for Microsoft is vast, but to seize it, we must move faster, focus and continue to transform. I see a big part...

    Satya Nadella: His first interview as CEO of Microsoft

    Satya Nadella's first interview as CEO of Microsoft, at the company's campus in Redmond, Wash. Learn more about Satya at http://msft.it/msceo
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  • Developers, start your engines: The barrier to new apps that work with Google's Chromecast streaming device is down. On Monday morning, the company publicly released its Google Cast Software Development Kit (SDK), opening the doors for any app maker or website developer to stream video and other media to a TV via the cheap Chromecast stick. "We're releasing the final documentation and terms of service for the Google Cast SDK," said a Google representative. "Developers can (now) start building...

    Google Cast SDK Overview

    Chromecast is now open to developers with the Google Cast SDK. This episode provides a brief overview of the Google Cast SDK model, components and how you can get started.
  • For nearly a year, Google Glass Explorers who lacked 20/20 vision—or didn’t feel like getting crafty with duct tape—were left high and dry with no way to make Glass play nice with prescription lenses. That functionality was among the device’s most requested features—and now it’s here. As the company announced on Google+, Glass-friendly frames are now available in Google’s online Glass store. The online storefront stocks Glass itself (still an astronomical $1,500) plus accoutrements like repla...

    Google Glass: Make Glass Your Own

    Whether you wear prescription glasses or just want a new look, we've got four feather-light titanium frames and two new styles of twist-on shades, designed just for you.

    This is only the beginnin...
  • Microsoft has settled on a new name for its personal cloud product and will soon be rebranding SkyDrive as OneDrive. Microsoft was forced to rename SkyDrive after losing a trademark suit in the United Kingdom to the British Sky Broadcasting Group in July 2013. "One" has become the new mantra for Microsoft these days. CEO Steve Ballmer's reorganization plan for the company was termed "One Microsoft" and its newest gaming console is called the Xbox One. Current users of SkyDrive or SkyDrive Pro...

    Introducing OneDrive

    We're excited to announce that SkyDrive will soon be OneDrive. Visit http://OneDrive.com to learn more!
  • Televisions are not smartphones, no matter what TV makers would have you believe. But if there's any confusion about that, it's understandable. Both have increasingly large screens and are highly effective time-wasters. And given the proliferation of Internet-connected smart TVs, both phones and sets are platforms for an ever-growing range of features and apps. But that last similarity is problematic. Unlike iPhones or Android devices, televisions are typically big-ticket items that people te...

    Indiana Jones et la Dernière Croisade - Gardien du Graal

    • by maxulic
    • 3 years ago
    • 102,796 views
    C'est la coupe d'un charpentier !
  • In one salty word, PayPal president David Marcus summed up how he’s changing a company whose reputation for innovation and customer service had taken a dive before he took over. Executives who say they don’t have time to respond to customers on social media? “It's bullshit,” Marcus told me on stage at our latest ReadWriteMix event in San Francisco on Tuesday evening. "If you lead a company, you’re the master of your calendar. You need to know what’s important and what’s not. For me, my custom...

    Highlights—ReadWriteMix with Owen Thomas and PayPal's David Marcus on Decoding The Future Of Money

    Since joining PayPal in 2011, David Marcus has taken the payments company back to its world-changing roots. From snapping up startups to ripping out cubicles, he's made decisive changes to PayPal's...
  • Today, Apple celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Mac, the computer that was almost a critical failure when it launched and turned out to be one of the most important pieces of machinery in the modern computing era. The Mac was announced by Apple co-founder Steve Jobs on January 24, 1984. The launch was accompanied by one of the most iconic commercials in the history of television, Apple's "1984" spoof which railed against the likes of IBM's computers in favor of the sleeker Mac. The commer...

  • Microsoft's efforts to make itself a company all about "devices and services"—as opposed to, you know, desktop PC software—appears to be bearing some fruit. According to the company’s latest earnings report for its fiscal second quarter ended December 31, the Xbox One is off to a decent start, and even Microsoft's much-maligned Surface tablet is showing signs of life. True, it's still early days, and it's far from clear that such sales are going to re-energize Microsoft. But Redmond can use a...

    Microsoft Surface Tablet Crashes during unveiling

    Microsoft surface crashes during presentation.
  • Raspberry Pi, the affordable, credit-card sized computer, has inspired tinkerers everywhere. Originally designed to get kids interested in computing, it has also developed a following among programmers looking for a smaller, cheaper medium for projects. See also: Raspberry Pi: Everything You Need To Know In our introduction to Raspberry Pi, we listed ten simple project tutorials for beginners. But beginner tutorials are just the tip of what Raspberry Pi devotees have developed. Still more pro...

    Raspberry Pi Lights - Starwars

    Raspberry Pi Powered Synchronized Christmas Lights, Playing a midi version of the Star wars theme. For details about the project, see my blog entry:
    http://chivalrytimberz.wordpress.com/2012/12/03...
  • My Raspberry Pi arrived with the evening mail—by midnight, my husband and I had turned it into a working print server. And neither of us had any background in computer science. Raspberry Pi is a computer the size of a credit card that’s so simple, anyone can program it. Designed as an introduction to STEM fields for UK grade schoolers, its $35 price tag has made it appealing to hobbyists all over the world. Despite its diminutive device, Raspberry Pi is powerful enough to process many of the ...

    RasPiLapse field test 2

    The platform caught on a couple of pebbles here, noted for next time. Other than that it ran smoothly.
    Project site is here: https://sites.google.com/site/raspilapse/
  • The annual World Economic Forum held in Davos, Switzerland, bills itself as the place for "Reshaping of the World," with "Consequences for Society, Politics and Business." In reality, it's anything but. While organizations will spend an average of $40,000 to send their CEOs, heads of state and moguls to the ultimate schmooze-a-thon, the reality is the world won't be reshaped in Davos next week. It will happen on GitHub. And it won't cost you a dime. How The World Was Run There was a time—befo...

    Awards Dinner 2013 - Honoring Dick Costolo, CEO of Twitter, Inc.

    The 2013 Awards Dinner of the World Affairs Council and the Global Philanthropy Forum honors Dick Costolo, CEO of Twitter, Inc.

    This year we recognize Dick Costolo for helping to achieve positive ...
  • ReadWritePredict is a look ahead at the technology trends and companies that will shape the coming year. The year has only just begun, but there are already plenty of exciting hints at what the gaming industry has in store for 2014. At the intersection of powerful hardware and game developers unafraid of experimentation, the following trends are setting the stage for one of the most interesting years for video games in recent memory. 1. Inventive Hardware Gaming hardware will follow software ...

    Oculus Rift - Overview

    Oculus Rift - Virtual Reality Headset for Immersive 3D Gaming
  • On Saturday, the print edition of the New York Times carried a full-page ad for the movie Inside Llewyn Davis with a single tweet by A.O. Scott, a film critic for the newspaper. While he tweeted the words of praise for the film's soundtrack, the version of the tweet quoted by the movie's studio, CBS Films, while mocked up to look like a real tweet, actually omitted his first sentence, which mentioned competing movies The Wolf of Wall Street and American Hustle. CBSFilms places full-page Times...

    Burned Popcorn Song - Perfect Pop App

    Pop Secret's Perfect Pop app listens to your microwave and tells you when your popcorn is perfect. Get the app free on the App Store: http://ow.ly/1X4aDR
  • Qualcomm is not exactly a consumer electronics company. The San Diego-based chipmaker's forte is to drive technology through research. It has developed and implemented much of the hardware componentry that comes in our smartphones and tablets. At this, Qualcomm exceeds. What Qualcomm normally does not do is build its own devices. Its last big foray into hardware ended 14 years ago, when it sold its cell-phone division to Kyocera. With that in mind, we are ready to forgive, to a certain extent...

    Fitting Your Qualcomm® Toq™ Smartwatch

    This video details how to customize the Qualcomm Toq smartwatch strap to your wrist. This includes how to determine the appropriate size for your wrist, testing the fit, cutting the strap, and fina...
  • I'm not an information anarchist. I don't start from the premise that all information must be free. Or even that the availability of content necessitates it being open to all on equal terms. I collect a paycheck and believe others should, too, even if it means foolishly treating digital content as if it were analog property, the way Hollywood continues to do. But there's a fundamental problem with today's digital media policies, and it hit me last night while watching the BBC's new season of ...

    2010 BBC One Man and His Dog

    Allistair Lyttle and Spot win the BBC "One Man and His Dog" competition in 2010
  • ReadWriteReflect offers a look back at major technology trends, products and companies of the past year. In mid-December 2013, Bitcoin took one of its most dramatic nosedives yet. Following a crackdown on yuan-to-bitcoin deposits in China, the price of one bitcoin dropped below as $540, less than half of its all time high in late November, $1,242. (It's since bounced back to around $730.) Bitcoin’s true believers aren’t treating its latest gyrations as a cause for panic. It’s not the first ti...

    Make money with Bitcoins - FOX NEWS REPORT

    Get Started: http://mobile.triplemining.com
    Download your bitcoin miner here: http://guiminer.org

    Instructions to get started on mining:
    1. Create an account on the triplemining website, download/...
  • ReadWriteReflect offers a look back at major technology trends, products and companies of the past year. As the explosive trajectory of smartphones adoption approaches an asymptote, mobile apps are riding high. Once an unassuming term for a curious, smallish sort of phone program, the app is now king. It’s almost impossible to now imagine otherwise. In this mobile-first era, apps make headlines, precipitate stock slumps and altogether define an industry that didn’t see them coming a mere six ...

    Introducing Word Lens for Glass

    Word Lens is now available for Google Glass (tm)
    See the world in your language!

    We support Portuguese, German, Italian, French, and Spanish (to and from English).

    Press coverage:
    http://blog.que...
  • ReadWriteHome explores the implications of living in connected homes. If Google Glass blossoms into the everyday wearable of Google’s wildest dreams, we’ll have every incentive to keep the smart visor glued to our faces all the live long day. Glass is handy for travel, commuting and generally being out and about, and it could also mean big things for that nebulous future we’ve collectively dubbed “the connected home.” See also: Hands On With Google Glass 2: What's New? This realm roughly exte...

    Google Glass + Revolv

    Bringing Google Glass into the realm of the connected home and home automation, we show you what you'll be able to do to control your smart home via Revolv! www.revolv.com

    How did we build it?! Le...
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  • ReadWriteReflect offers a look back at major technology trends, products and companies of the past year. When tech companies and government agencies make mistakes, whole teams and departments mobilize in some massive effort to sweep them under the carpet. But sometimes, the gaffes are just too glaring, public and spectacular to overlook. So as we bid goodbye to 2013, let’s take a moment to reflect on the year that was—and thank our lucky stars we weren’t the orchestrators of these messy rollo...

    Ylvis - The Fox (What Does The Fox Say?) [Official music video HD]

    • by TVNorge
    • 7 months ago
    • 396,206,540 views
    Italian and vietnamese subtitles.
    iTunes: http://smarturl.it/thefox-itunes
    Fra I kveld med Ylvis på TVNorge.

    Ylvis - [Official music video playlist HD]: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jofNR_WkoCE...
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