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Curiosity Rover Busts Out the Telephoto Lens

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Even better photographs of Mt. Sharp, the rover's eventual science destination....
Curiosity Rover Busts Out the Telephoto Lens
Likely riding a massive speculation wave, Bitcoin prices exceed $200

Startup Success Requires The Drive For Data

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Editor’s note: Jeff Ma is the founder of tenXer, a startup that provides tools to help people better understand their performance, progress, and productivity at work. Previously, he helped start GolfSpan.com, CircleLending, and Citizen Sports. Follow him on Twitter. The first thing you learn when you start playing blackjack is something called basic...
Startup Success Requires The Drive For Data
Apigee busts onto the European scene with its own brand of API magic

US law enforcement busts cybercrime rings with help from Facebook

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U.S. law enforcement agencies with the help of Facebook have arrested 10 people from various countries in connection with international cybercrime rings that targeted users on the social network....
US law enforcement busts cybercrime rings with help from Facebook

Bitcoin is not a real currency, just some 21st-century cowrie shells

www.guardian.co.uk
The 'cryptocurrency' has more in common with gold than with fiat currencies which can provide extra liquidityThe rollercoaster ride of Bitcoin's valuation has, after a couple of months of being pulled up the roller, hit the "coaster" part. Now is the time where the people on board have to decide...
Bitcoin is not a real currency, just some 21st-century cowrie shells

Feds Continue Crackdown On Poker... By Seizing The Wrong Bodog Domain

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The feds domain name seizure powers seem simple enough (if of extremely questionable legality, seeing as domains involve speech which requires a higher standard to seize), so it really amazes me how badly they seem to regularly screw up in using them. The latest is the seizure of Bodog.com as...
Feds Continue Crackdown On Poker... By Seizing The Wrong Bodog Domain

The truth about Sunday drivers - and six other driving facts

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Do men drive faster than women? Are Sunday drivers really slower? And who drives faster - rich people or poor? Data from 29,000 drivers on these questions and more.Given the frustrations of driving on the clogged roads of Britain's towns, it's no surprise - particularly just after a Bank Holiday...
The truth about Sunday drivers - and six other driving facts

Robotex Avatar for Home and Office eyes-on

www.engadget.com
Unless you have loads of cash at your disposal or work for the federal government, chances are you haven't heard of Robotex. The start-up, featured here at CES 2013's Eureka Alley, specializes in creating automated solutions for a variety of security applications (think: SWAT busts, radiation level monitoring, etc.)....
Robotex Avatar for Home and Office eyes-on

Google's M&A Boss: With Larry Page In Charge, Only A Third Of Our Acquisitions Are Busts (GOOG)

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Google's David Lawee, vice president of corporate development and chief M&A boss, said around two-thirds of Google's recent acquisitions have been successful, according to Xconomy's Wade Roush. Google still has a pretty good track record compared to the industry standard, which is a success rate of around one-third to...
Google's M&A Boss: With Larry Page In Charge, Only A Third Of Our Acquisitions Are Busts (GOOG)

How I died in Dark Souls: Prepare to Die edition

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Namco Bandai Ars at E3 Nintendo busts out Mario and other classic franchises to sell Wii U Lara Croft shows her vulnerability in new Tomb Raider Creating the beautiful mystery of The Unfinished Swan Live from E3: EA's press conference 30 million-track Xbox Music service coming from Microsoft In...
How I died in Dark Souls: Prepare to Die edition

The best MMOs of 2012

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Want proof that the massively multiplayer online (MMO) game industry is in a state of extreme flux? Look no further than ostensible World of WarCraft-challenger Star Wars: The Old Republic, which lasted all of seven months before going free-to-play. The times are certainly changing. Profound disruption, however, can have...
The best MMOs of 2012

LG Optimus L7 review: a beautiful, entry-level Android 4.0 smartphone with LG's new UI 3.0

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Consider your last trip to the car dealership. Let's say you saved up and hit up BMW. While you might've looked at -- or even test driven -- the M3, there's a good chance that your better judgment (and your budget) led you to drive off of the lot...
LG Optimus L7 review: a beautiful, entry-level Android 4.0 smartphone with LG's new UI 3.0
Let's focus on the really hard stuff in 2013
Will trend for low cost chip development bring back the investors?

Sharp busts out world's first 3D HD camera for mobile devices

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Oh yeah, things just got real. Sharp has announced an industry first today, with its 720p-recordin' 3D camera module. Intended for mobile devices like smartphones and point-and-shoot digicams, this miniature wonder will be sampling in July and hitting mass production before the end of the year. Not much else...
Sharp busts out world's first 3D HD camera for mobile devices

And The Most Amazing Internet Stock In The Past Year Is...

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Quick: What's the best Internet stock this year? Certainly not Facebook, Zynga, Groupon, Pandora, Demand Media and the rest of those once-red-hot IPOs. They've all been busts. So has Yahoo. So has Priceline, which has finally taken a breather from its decade-long sprint upwards. LinkedIn has had a pretty good...
And The Most Amazing Internet Stock In The Past Year Is...

Engadget Mobile Podcast 127 - 02.24.2012

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We are pretty excited for MWC. If you don't believe us, walk with us down this 127th Engadget Mobile Podcast path. It will make a believer out of you.Hosts: Myriam Joire (tnkgrl), Brad Molen, Joseph VolpeProducer: Trent WolbeMusic: Tycho - Coastal Brake (Ghostly International)00:07:58 - LG Optimus 4X HD...
Engadget Mobile Podcast 127 - 02.24.2012

LG busts out a trio of L-series phones in the run up to MWC

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LG's gotten all excited and spilled even more beans ahead of MWC as to what offerings we'll see at the big Iberian shindig. The L-Series is a trio of phones we're already part-way familiar with, given that the budget L3 was leaked back in January. The L5 and L7...
LG busts out a trio of L-series phones in the run up to MWC

Finally, mystery of the famous faces of art may be revealed

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Californian university project will use facial recognition software to identify subjects of paintingsA Californian university has won funding to use advanced facial recognition technology to try to solve the mysteries of some of the world's most famous works of art.Professor Conrad Rudolph said the idea for the experiment came from...
Finally, mystery of the famous faces of art may be revealed

Meet the Great Tech Busts of CES

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The annual tech trade show is the place where many awe-inspiring technologies have launched. But many have disappeared from sight or languished as failures on store shelves....
Meet the Great Tech Busts of CES

Booting Up: Silk Road Founder Unruffled by Bitcoin Ups and Downs

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Oh hello. There are now 150 million Snapchats sent every day. Very few of them are sent by people older than 30. [Business Insider] Facebook is testing ads in your Graph Search, but so far they’re not based on your searches. (So you won’t get an eHarmony ad when you...
Booting Up: Silk Road Founder Unruffled by Bitcoin Ups and Downs
Nintendo busts out Mario and other classic franchises to sell Wii U
Could MyTime be a Groupon that works?
Groupon may be the ultimate goat right now, but mark my words: We'll see a Groupon 2.0

Reverse-engineering artist busts face detection tech

www.theregister.co.uk
Hacking Big Brother with help from Revlon Concerned about the proliferation of face recognition systems in public places, a grad student in New York is developing privacy-enhancing hacks designed to thwart the futuristic surveillance technology.…Free White Paper - Introducing Microsoft StreamInsight...
Reverse-engineering artist busts face detection tech

Why a Quarter-Million People Around the World May Lose the Internet Monday

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Next week the Internet connections of about a quarter-million people will stop working because years ago their computers became infected with malware. The malware is being called DNSChanger and it was the centerpiece of an Internet crime spree that came to an end last November when the FBI arrested and...
Why a Quarter-Million People Around the World May Lose the Internet Monday

These are _candles_ not busts! http://tweetphoto.com/18849020 from here http://bit.ly/BsFMT

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Police Raid File-Hosting Site, Arrest Operator and ISP

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On June 11th last year Europe witnessed one of the largest piracy-related busts in history. An international operation shut down the movie streaming portal Kino.to and police made more than a dozen arrests. As collateral damage, several file-hosting services connected to Kino.to also went down. A few days ago Skyload.net,...
Police Raid File-Hosting Site, Arrest Operator and ISP

LOVE IT!!! PEhub busts pay-for-play “Hugh Sloan III”

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I love this… Go PEHUB!!! j http://www.pehub.com/64163/the-underbelly-of-silicon-valley-vc-finders/ Random Ramblings We’ve spent lots of time here discussing pay-to-play, in the context of public pension officials and the placement agents who bribe them. But there is percolating pay-to-play issue that we’ve only mentioned in passing: The issue of VC conference organizers who...
LOVE IT!!! PEhub busts pay-for-play “Hugh Sloan III”
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