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4 ways SXSWi is like Davos (and one way it’s not)

Leap Motion launches Software Developer Program and starts sending test units of its 3D controller

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The 3D motion control company Leap motion has launched its Software Developer Program today and has sent out a letter to developers informing them that they can sign up. The letter also indicates that Leap is now sending out test units to developers who have requested access to the program....
Leap Motion launches Software Developer Program and starts sending test units of its 3D controller

The Real Story Behind Snapchat Leaked

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(Photo: BBC/Snapchats Leaked) Over the past 24 hours, the biggest fear of every avid Snapchat user came to fruition. The sexy, silly and innocuous photos sent using the buzzy app were being submitted for all to see and share  on Snapchat Leaked, a website that collected and published user-submitted screenshots. It garnered worldwide...
The Real Story Behind Snapchat Leaked

Billionaires Really Are Smarter Than The Rest Of Us, Researcher Finds

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It's common knowledge that success is two-parts hard work and one-part luck. But what about smarts? Are the world's richest people really the most intelligent people around? Pretty much, yes, according to new research by Duke University's Jonathan Wai, sent to Business Insider and first reported by CNBC's Robert Frank....
Billionaires Really Are Smarter Than The Rest Of Us, Researcher Finds
GroupMe launches group event planning service

Ill Manors just wants a little respect for our gangsters

www.guardian.co.uk
Plan B's film is not a searing social commentary about our mean streets, but a gangster movie that celebrates humanityThe tagline of Ill Manors stakes a claim to searing social commentary. "We are all products of our environment," it asserts. This seems to suggest that the film's grim happenings will...
Ill Manors just wants a little respect for our gangsters
The joy, wonder, and weirdness of Toy Fair 2013

Mozart to go: Seattle Symphony adds apps and mobile site

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For music lovers and supporters of the Seattle Symphony, you are in luck. The Symphony has launched a new mobile website and apps for iPhones and Androids, so fans can check schedules and buy tickets on the go. The app features a clean, easy-to-use style, with additional helpful info like...
Mozart to go: Seattle Symphony adds apps and mobile site
Apple reportedly censors iCloud emails, embracing its role as the nanny of technology

Don't Ask, Don't Poke: What's Next for House Proposal to Keep Employers From Demanding Your Facebook Password

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In late March, the Associated Press raised hackles after pointing out a disturbing new trend: Employers asking prospective new hires for their Facebook login information in order to conduct a background check. After making national headlines, Capitol Hill is finally listening. Representatives Eliot Engel (D-New York) and Jan Schakowsky...
Don't Ask, Don't Poke: What's Next for House Proposal to Keep Employers From Demanding Your Facebook Password
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