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Hackers could use 'The Internet of Things' to turn everyday devices into paths of attack

Startup Spotlight: FUNnerator helps parents find the best summer camps for their kids

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Katie Thompson As a former venture capitalist with Trilogy Partners, Katie Thompson has seen her fair share of business plans over the years. But none resonated as much FUNnerator. That’s because it’s her business plan. The 42-year-old venture capitalist and former Microsoftie partnered earlier this year with former Onvia executive Kristen Hamilton...
Startup Spotlight: FUNnerator helps parents find the best summer camps for their kids

The Dealmaster: Twenty seven inches of IPS love

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Happy Hump Day, Arsians! Welcome to a quick visit to Dealmaster Central. Our LogicBuy partners have put together a nice little package to help anyone feeling that mid-week shopping urge, featuring about $230 off a 27-inch 16:9 Dell Ultrasharp U2713H. This means you can be rocking your desktop at...
The Dealmaster: Twenty seven inches of IPS love

Forget SMS Alerts: IFTTT Wants to Switch Your Lights on At Sunset

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Well, our housekeeping just got easier. (Screencap) Currently sitting atop the Hacker News homepage: IFTTT, the service that effectively lets you program the Internet to suit your needs, just announced a couple of new features. And if you are a fan of the connected home, then you had better brace yourself,...
Forget SMS Alerts: IFTTT Wants to Switch Your Lights on At Sunset

10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (FB, AAPL, GOOG, AOL, SAP, ORCL)

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Hello. Thanks for reading SAI. News, anyone? A SAP exec says some of Larry Ellison's claims fry his brain. Fighting child privacy laws, Facebook says kids should be able to "like" things too. You can spend $11,111 on a coffee maker, if you want. Apple starts buying back shares this...
10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (FB, AAPL, GOOG, AOL, SAP, ORCL)

Qualcomm's AllJoyn P2P software framework adds audio streaming and notifications, we go eyes-on

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Qualcomm revealed that it was expanding its AllJoyn software platform today with some new services designed to help create a network of connected devices. Essentially, these services take the AllJoyn P2P software framework and package it in a way that makes it easier for hardware makers to implement. Qualcomm...
Qualcomm's AllJoyn P2P software framework adds audio streaming and notifications, we go eyes-on
90 Seconds on The Verge: Google Glass, Microsoft's new Xbox, and more

Video: Zipwhip’s ‘Textspresso’ machine, now with edible ink

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ZipWhip's John Lauer showing off the Textspresso machine A few weeks ago, we told you about Zipwhip’s new Textspresso machine, an amazing invention that allowed coffee lovers at the cloud-based texting company to send a text to a coffee maker and have a cup of joe brewed automatically while they...
Video: Zipwhip’s ‘Textspresso’ machine, now with edible ink

Are You Ready for the iPad?

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Only a few days left before the iPad hits shelves and if Apple is able to deliver even with some speculated delivery problems we will be able to dive into a new product that will probably change the way how we use the web and consume other media forever. When...
Are You Ready for the iPad?

Belkin WeMo Switch and Motion home automation system for iOS hands-on (video)

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Proper home automation systems can cost upwards of $10,000, and while budget alternatives can't touch the level of integration you'll enjoy with a behemoth rig, all but the most sophisticated of homeowners can squeak by with a simple timer setup -- or the modern equivalent. Belkin's WeMo duo utilizes...
Belkin WeMo Switch and Motion home automation system for iOS hands-on (video)
LittleBits' electric LEGOs get supercharged with new cash
Bing compares Google to Ebenezer Scrooge in 'Don't Get Scroogled' campaign

Seven Questions for ARM CEO Warren East

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It’s kind of hard these days to avoid an ARM chip. There’s probably five or more inside your mobile phone alone, a few in your car, some in your PC, and several more in places you wouldn’t think of it like your coffee maker. Things are good for ARM Holdings,...
Seven Questions for ARM CEO Warren East
FixYa's new iPhone app lets you ask repair questions on video

Companies Are Now Putting Sensors On Employees To Track Their Every Move

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The idea of having employees walk around with electronic sensors to track their every move is unsettling. There are privacy and legal issues, and who wants to feel like they are just a cog in a system?   But data companies say that the resulting minefields of information will improve...
Companies Are Now Putting Sensors On Employees To Track Their Every Move

iPhone Connected Home Smart Dock Lumawake Regroups After Kickstarter Rejection, Begins Pre-Orders Today

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Lumawake, an innovative iPhone dock designed to work with both 30-pin and lightning dock connectors, today kicks off its own pre-orders in a self-run crowdfunding attempt to bring its product to market. The team faced rejection from Kickstarter just one short week ago, after that crowdfunding platform changed its hardware...
iPhone Connected Home Smart Dock Lumawake Regroups After Kickstarter Rejection, Begins Pre-Orders Today

David Pogue Crushes Apple Maps: 'It May Be The Most Embarrassing, Least Usable Piece Of Software Apple Has Ever Unleashed' (AAPL)

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David Pogue, the New York Times' personal technology columnist, just crushed Apple's Maps. He writes, "Maps is an appalling first release. It may be the most embarrassing, least usable piece of software Apple has ever unleashed." He says that while the maps are beautifully designed, they're so buggy, inaccurate, and...
David Pogue Crushes Apple Maps: 'It May Be The Most Embarrassing, Least Usable Piece Of Software Apple Has Ever Unleashed' (AAPL)
This Little White Box Can Run Your Home Entirely By Remote Control From Your Phone

Someone Shoved an SNES Into a Coffee Maker

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Why reach for the coffee when you can game instead? Check out this sweet father-son project....
Someone Shoved an SNES Into a Coffee Maker
Last-minute gift guide: What to get the entrepreneur in your life

LittleBits Secures $3.65M in Funding, Plans Product Expansion

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LittleBits, which creates little hardware parts akin to electrically-charged Legos, has secured funding that will help the fledgling start-up meet demand and make new products. The New York-based, module-making company has raised $3.65 million in a Series A round lead by True Ventures, with Khosla Ventures, O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures and...
LittleBits Secures $3.65M in Funding, Plans Product Expansion

R2-D2 Dark Roast Edition makes your coffee astromech-style, puts brew into 'homebrew' (video)

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Has there been a gaping R2-D2-shaped hole in your gadget life ever since the Motorola Droid 2 R2-D2 Edition bowed out? The good crew at Instructables knows your plight and has designed the R2-D2 Dark Roast Edition to give your astromech desires an almost literal jolt of energy. The...
R2-D2 Dark Roast Edition makes your coffee astromech-style, puts brew into 'homebrew' (video)
How Zipwhip is celebrating new customer wins with an automated flag raising

Inside MakerBot, Where The Future Is Printed In 3D [OFFICE TOUR]

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Bre Pettis profoundly believes that 3D printing can make the world a better place. And after talking to him, it's hard not to leave feeling the same way. The key is how it lets you experiment in the physical world in the same way people do with software. "You learn...
Inside MakerBot, Where The Future Is Printed In 3D [OFFICE TOUR]

Google Glass may someday fire up your coffee maker

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Google filed a patent application for technology that will enable Google Glass to control everyday devices such as coffee makers, home alarm systems and garage doors....
Google Glass may someday fire up your coffee maker

Steampunk coffeemaker comes home

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The Genuine Balancing Siphon Coffee Maker hearkens back to another era. Though seemingly complicated, the device brews a pot of coffee using basic physics. [Read more]...
Steampunk coffeemaker comes home

If You Like Delicious Coffee, You Are Going To Looooove The Internet Of Things

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When our quotidian lives are jammed with smart chips, expect daily magic. I can't wait to upgrade my coffee maker to the next version of CoffeeOS--I hear it'll run even more apps. This is a scenario that's fantasy right now, but it's also just around the corner technologically speaking....
If You Like Delicious Coffee, You Are Going To Looooove The Internet Of Things

MIT envisions future of talking cars that can plan driver's day

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You wake up in the morning and your robot starts the coffee maker and then sends your daily calendar to your car, which then chooses alternate routes to work so you can avoid major construction on your normal path....
MIT envisions future of talking cars that can plan driver's day

What it’s like to work at The Next Web Labs

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As you may know we work from a lot of different cities. So we don’t have one ‘The Next Web Office’ but have lots of work spaces in different parts of this globe. One of the work spaces is based in Amsterdam. That’s where it all started, where The Next Web founders work from...
What it’s like to work at The Next Web Labs
Joanne Wilson: The Gotham Gal who invests in women entrepreneurship
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