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'Custom Audience' targeting now available to all Power Editor users, API partners

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All Power Editor users and Ads API partners are now eligible to use Facebook’s “Custom Audience” feature to retarget consumers by email address, phone number or user IDs. The option was previously only available to advertisers with managed accounts through a Facebook representative. Now we’ve seen it live in our...
'Custom Audience' targeting now available to all Power Editor users, API partners

Battery Breakthrough Could Revolutionize Mobile Computing

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Researchers at Stanford University have just made a major breakthrough that may impact the technology industry for years to come: they've built a better battery. The project, an attempt to use lithium-sulfur in place of the lithium-ion technology such as is used in batteries today, has been in development since...
Battery Breakthrough Could Revolutionize Mobile Computing
Sony developing authenticating power outlets: pay-to-charge on the way?

Facebook building $1.5 billion data center in Altoona, Iowa

www.engadget.com
Facebook has already set up shop in North Carolina and Oregon, but it's heading to Iowa for its next -- and biggest -- data center. According to the Des Moines Register, the town of Altoona will be home to a 1.4-million-square-foot facility (code-named Catapult), and it will reportedly be...
Facebook building $1.5 billion data center in Altoona, Iowa
Smart Charging Stations For Electric Cars Could Be Easy To Hack
Hands-on with whistle-locating, solar-powered KudoCase and KudoMate for iPad
Startup Fenix now selling its off-grid batteries via Vodafone in Tanzania

Taylor Wilson, Teenage Nuclear Scientist, Redesigns Nuclear Power

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Not satisfied with being the youngest person to ever build a working fusion reactor, the 18-year-old now has plans for a modular nuclear power plant. He graduates high school in May. Taylor Wilson, the teenager who built a working nuclear fusion reactor, started thinking about fission--he is a teenage...
Taylor Wilson, Teenage Nuclear Scientist, Redesigns Nuclear Power

Taxpayers subsidizing Google Fiber project

www.computerworld.com
The Google Fiber broadband project in the Kansas City area will cost local taxpayers significant monies -- possibly millions of dollars -- to give Google free access to power, rights of way and even office space....
Taxpayers subsidizing Google Fiber project
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