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NASA is funding a 3D food printer, and it'll start with pizza

Apple Avoids Overseas Taxes, Panel Finds

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Apple paid little to no corporate income tax to any nation on tens of billions of dollars in income over the past four years, Senate investigators disclosed ahead of a hearing on Tuesday....
Apple Avoids Overseas Taxes, Panel Finds

Tornadoes in America: The Oklahoma Disaster in Context

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Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee A massive and powerful tornado hit Moore, Oklahoma this afternoon, causing widespread destruction, including at least 51 deaths. It's the deadliest tornado since 2011, and one of the worst in the last 20 years. Moore has a deep and tragic tornado legacy. The town could probably...
Tornadoes in America: The Oklahoma Disaster in Context

Galaxy S 4 Active caught on camera again, reported specs are lower than regular GS4 (video)

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First came the model number mentions, then the pictures, and now Samsung's rumored and rugged Galaxy S 4 Active has been caught on film. In a situation that screams "controlled leak," MobileTechReview appears to have handled exactly the same tethered unit we've seen snaps of, and says the device...
Galaxy S 4 Active caught on camera again, reported specs are lower than regular GS4 (video)

Opera for Android drops the beta, available on the Play store now

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If your ears perked up when you heard about Opera for Android going WebKit, but were holding out for the final, non-beta version, then that wait is over. More recent features of the browser include the option to toggle the nav-bar location, text-wrapping when zooming and a full screen...
Opera for Android drops the beta, available on the Play store now

Now you can tour the whole of Taiwan without losing your Internet connection, for free

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Internet connection while travelling overseas is a huge boon – you can find your way with Google Maps, suss out must-eats nearby you, and check the weather so you don’t get drenched in rain while hiking up a mountain. Taiwan’s government has just made it easier for tourists by extending...
Now you can tour the whole of Taiwan without losing your Internet connection, for free

There's An Audacious Plan To End Hunger With 3-D Printed Food

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Anjan Contractor's 3D food printer might evoke visions of the "replicator" popularized in Star Trek, from which Captain Picard was constantly interrupting himself to order tea. And indeed Contractor's company, Systems & Materials Research Corporation, just got a six month, $125,000 grant from NASA to create a prototype of his universal food synthesizer. But...
There's An Audacious Plan To End Hunger With 3-D Printed Food

Guantanamo Wi-Fi shuttered after Anonymous hacking threat

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In unity with the prison's inmates, the hacking group pledges to disrupt online activities at Guantanamo -- prompting the U.S. military to shut down the bases' Wi-Fi. [Read more]...
Guantanamo Wi-Fi shuttered after Anonymous hacking threat
Silicon Valley's Perverse Disincentives To Make Money

Here comes the thinner, lighter iPad?

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After two generations of relatively hefty 9.7-inch iPads, Apple may finally be ready to ship a lighter "iPad 5." [Read more]...
Here comes the thinner, lighter iPad?

Newspaper Companies Invest Another $9M In Local Deal Startup Wanderful Media

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Wanderful Media has raised another $9 million from the long list of newspaper and media companies that were already backing the startup and its local deal service Find&Save. The announcement comes after the relaunch of Find&Save last month. The service allows readers to browse deals aggregated from newspaper circulars, retailers,...
Newspaper Companies Invest Another $9M In Local Deal Startup Wanderful Media

CellMaps by Mosaik brings accurate, detailed coverage maps to Android

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Sometimes in the mobile world, selecting a carrier isn't determined so much by devices or plans, but rather which provider best suits your coverage needs. Sadly, the map tools on carrier websites are needlessly painful, and most coverage apps that you'll find rely on crowd-sourced data -- great if...
CellMaps by Mosaik brings accurate, detailed coverage maps to Android

Customers not as happy with iPhone as they were last year

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The American Customer Satisfaction Index shows Apple remains on top, but it's declining while Motorola, Nokia, and Samsung are rising. [Read more]...
Customers not as happy with iPhone as they were last year
Yahoo gives Flickr a new face, a new app, and a new business model

Pirate movie sites blocked in UK

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Big UK net firms have begun blocking access to two movie streaming sites accused of flouting copyright laws....
Pirate movie sites blocked in UK
New York City issues $2,400 fine for renting on Airbnb, but the law is still unclear

Powermat acquires PowerKiss, plans European wireless charging rollout

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Well, we can't say we didn't see this one coming. News that PowerKiss, the Helsinki-based wireless charging company, joined the Power Matters Alliance (PMA) hit in March. Even then, there was a chance that the manufacturer would continue supporting Qi, in addition to PMA. As of today, though, any...
Powermat acquires PowerKiss, plans European wireless charging rollout
Spotify launching Top 50 streaming charts on Tuesday

This Strange Dutchman With A Giant Orange Van 'Nearly Broke The Internet'

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The day Sven Olaf Kamphuis parked his huge orange Mercedes van with its German numberplates outside Bar Javis, in the Catalan town of Granollers, the owner's son snapped a picture with his mobile phone. "Not a lot happens in this street," Maria Cruz, the bar's owner, explained. "And it was...
This Strange Dutchman With A Giant Orange Van 'Nearly Broke The Internet'
Opera for Android exits beta, ready to take on Chrome
Yahoo unveils the new Flickr with one terabyte of free space
Mobile | Google Glass: Coming Soon to a Cubicle Near You?

Exclusive: LogMeIn launches AppGuru to help IT wrangle consumer apps

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LogMeIn,  the company behind user-friendly web conferencing, screen sharing service and a Dropbox alternative, is about to add identity and application management capabilities to its menu. On Tuesday, the Boston-based company is launching a preview of AppGuru which aims to help IT  deal with the burgeoning bring-your-own-application (BYOA) craze which...
Exclusive: LogMeIn launches AppGuru to help IT wrangle consumer apps

SAP to bring in autistic workers as software testers and programmers

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Following successful pilots, SAP will step up its hiring of people on the autistic spectrum, the German business software firm has announced. Working with an outfit called Specialisterne, the company will bring in hundreds of autistic staff around the world to work in fields such as software testing, programming and...
SAP to bring in autistic workers as software testers and programmers
Children of US immigrants are dying younger than their parents, studies show

Mario Testino to "The Scream" via Mark Rothko

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Every day on the Art Project Google+ page we post a snippet of information about a painting, an artist or a talk—and every day, at least one of our 4 million followers has something to say in response. We’re constantly delighted by how the appetite for art online is growing...
Mario Testino to "The Scream" via Mark Rothko

Science-Backed Ecommerce Recommendation Startup Uncovet Raises $1.3M

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Uncovet, a startup that wants to be the recommendation engine for indie designer clothing and accessories, has raised $1.3 million from Javelin Venture Partners, Siemer Ventures, and L.A. angel investor Paige Craig. A graduate of Science, Uncovet is an accessories and home décor site that is building a style graph...
Science-Backed Ecommerce Recommendation Startup Uncovet Raises $1.3M

Apple's Tax-Dodging Techniques Do Indeed Sound Quite Spectacular

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Apple CEO Tim Cook is going to get raked over the coals by Congress for the company's spectacular tax-dodging techniques. No one is suggesting that any of these techniques are illegal. No one is suggesting that Apple is doing anything that any number of other massive multi-national companies aren't doing....
Apple's Tax-Dodging Techniques Do Indeed Sound Quite Spectacular
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