LG plans to launch a ‘thinking smartphone’
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From The Garage To 200 Employees In 3-Years; How Nest Thermostats Were Born.

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New Editor’s note: Derek Andersen is the founder of Startup Grind, a 40-city community bringing the global startup world together while educating, inspiring, and connecting entrepreneurs. I remember when the press first hit about Nest Labs, the guys behind the iPod/iPhone were taking on thermostats everywhere! A collective “huh?” went through the tech industry. It...
From The Garage To 200 Employees In 3-Years; How Nest Thermostats Were Born.

Why BlackBerry needs a budget BB10 phone ASAP

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A lower-cost phone running BlackBerry 10 could show up at the company's BlackBerry World conference. CNET breaks down why it's important. [Read more]...
Why BlackBerry needs a budget BB10 phone ASAP

Lifelogging gets real

www.computerworld.com
As privacy-invading technologies and location-aware applications become commonplace and accepted (and they will), and more products like Saga, Memoto and Glass become pervasive, the idea of lifelogging will become more appealing....
Lifelogging gets real

Your very own drone, to follow you home

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Universal Air got its start with a $15,000 Kickstarter campaign that earned $220,000. Now it wants to make drones that can autonomously follow you around. Without an Internet signal. [Read more]...
Your very own drone, to follow you home

beIN Sport launches Play streaming service for cable subscribers

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You can't always be camped out in front of your TV for the big soccer (or "footie") match. Thankfully, beIN Sport is hopping on the streaming bandwagon and, starting today, will offer 24/7 access on both PCs and mobile phones though Play. Of course, like many of these properties...
beIN Sport launches Play streaming service for cable subscribers
Windows Phone hits 145,000 apps, but progress slows

Bloomberg's lazy Apple bias

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You can almost hear the reporter -- or maybe the editor -- saying "Gotcha!" FORTUNE -- Student activists at Harvard University like to pore over the quarterly filings of the Harvard Management Company for investments they find politically incorrect -- like Smith & Weston (gun manufacturer) or Vale S.A. (Brazilian...
Bloomberg's lazy Apple bias

A tour of some of Japan's coolest tech innovations, by Dentsu's Kei Shimada

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Think Japan’s not quite as innovative as it used to be? Kei Shimada, director of business development at advertising and PR firm Dentsu disagrees. At The Next Web Conference Europe 2013, he took to the stage to talk us through some of the innovations being worked on by his team...
A tour of some of Japan's coolest tech innovations, by Dentsu's Kei Shimada

FileServe Hit With $1,000,000 Movie Piracy Lawsuit

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Over the past years several file-hosting services have been taken to court in the US, the most notable being Megaupload, RapidShare, Hotfile and Oron. While these cases differ in nature, all companies have been accused of facilitating copyright infringements through their services. FileServe is the latest cyberlocker to run into...
FileServe Hit With $1,000,000 Movie Piracy Lawsuit

University of Georgia stops plant photosynthesis to generate solar power

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There's a more efficient way to harvest energy from the backyard than by wiring up hapless critters. Researchers at the University of Georgia have proof: they've discovered a way to generate electricity from plants through hijacking the photosynthesis process. By altering the proteins inside a plant cell's thylakoids, which...
University of Georgia stops plant photosynthesis to generate solar power
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