A look at the 9/11 Museum's first exhibit, which will showcase recorded memories
A look at the 9/11 Museum's first exhibit, which will showcase recorded memories
                     

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SF Instagrammers Pay Their Respects To #TheSFTree, Their Community Gathering Place

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Instagram users mourned the loss of a beloved photo icon in San Francisco this past weekend. If you’ve ever participated in an Instagram outing or get-together, chances are that you’ve met friends on top of Mount Davidson, the city’s tallest hill. For the past year, a specific tree had been...
SF Instagrammers Pay Their Respects To #TheSFTree, Their Community Gathering Place

Get back there with Rego

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Rego is a new iOS app from MakaluMedia, Inc. It’s available now as a free download from the App Store with an additional $0.99 in-app purchase to unlock full functionality, and is currently featured in the New & Noteworthy section of the App Store front page. It also hit the...
Get back there with Rego

White House Reveals $100 Million Brain Study Plan

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President Obama just discussed a project that will, in part, try to treat diseases like Alzheimer's. President Obama just held a press conference to announce the Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies initiative--yup, it's a brain project called BRAIN. The project is being funded with $100 million from the...
White House Reveals $100 Million Brain Study Plan

Single-text e-reader review: a rising fad with long-term promise

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Before Engadget was born, the late '90s saw a rising fear of the millennium bug, not to mention the advent of the first true e-readers. As time went on, e-ink technology on these devices improved, and despite the subsequent rise of tablets, e-readers have persisted thanks to their retina-soothing...
Single-text e-reader review: a rising fad with long-term promise

Google Street View lets former Fukushima residents see the town they left

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It's been more than two years since the tragic Eastern Japan tsunami and resulting Fukushima Prefecture nuclear plant crisis, but many of those who lived in affected areas still can't return: witness the 21,000 residents of Namie, who had to evacuate and haven't been back since. Thanks to a...
Google Street View lets former Fukushima residents see the town they left

Google Street View Goes To Abandoned Japanese Town

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Namie-machi's mayor invited the tech company to begin filming in the town, more than two years after the nuclear disaster. In 2011, residents of Namie-machi, a small city in Japan's Fukushima Prefecture, were forced to evacuate after one of the worst nuclear disasters in recent memory. Because of the...
Google Street View Goes To Abandoned Japanese Town
'Recalling 1993' transforms Manhattan pay phones into audio time capsules

One on One: Nolan Bushnell, Video Game Legend and Steve Jobs's Boss

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Nolan Bushnell, one of Steve Jobs's first and only bosses, blended memories of his former employee with advice about hiring and nurturing creative talent in a new book called "Finding the Next Steve Jobs."...
One on One: Nolan Bushnell, Video Game Legend and Steve Jobs's Boss

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