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Samsung’s interactive Galaxy S III posters begin to surface [Photo]

9to5google.com
Samsung let New Yorkers experience the all-new Galaxy S III at a release event in Manhattan earlier this week, but it seemed the company’s primary goal was to announce a fresh, cutting-edge marketing campaign for its latest Android offering. “We are launching the biggest marketing campaign in Samsung’s history,” bragged Chief...
Samsung’s interactive Galaxy S III posters begin to surface [Photo]

Security Expert Brian Krebs Faced A Real-Life SWATing After Posting About Russian Cybercrime Site

techcrunch.com
Security writer Brian Krebs’ phone was spoofed and a SWAT team was called to his home last week by hackers who apparently took offense at his investigations into various online hacking organizations. His website also suffered a denial of service attack for a short period. The attacks came after Krebs...
Security Expert Brian Krebs Faced A Real-Life SWATing After Posting About Russian Cybercrime Site

Microsoft's Kinect Can Read Your Face Now (MSFT)

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Your computer will one day read your face and know your mood and Microsoft's newest software for Kinect is making that happen sooner rather than later. Today Microsoft released a new software development kit for Kinect, says the Kinect for Windows blog.This is software that lets programmers write Kinect applications...
Microsoft's Kinect Can Read Your Face Now (MSFT)

Successor to domino toppling needs better name

blog.makezine.com
Watch the video. This is one of those things you kind of have to see happen to understand. A so-called "stick bomb," "frame bomb," or (worst of all) "xyloexplosive device" (Wikipedia) is an arrangement of flat flexible beams, like popsicle sticks or tongue depressors, that are woven together under...
Successor to domino toppling needs better name

SAP's cloud moves show businesses won't tolerate 18-month deployments anymore

venturebeat.com
Sept. 9 - 10, 2013San Francisco, CAEarly Bird Tickets on Sale Enterprise software giant SAP has been throwing its hands in the air for years exclaiming that it is indeed a cloud company. But yesterday, it took a big step that shows where the company and its customers are at...
SAP's cloud moves show businesses won't tolerate 18-month deployments anymore
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What Happens If I Refuse The Full-Body Scan At The Airport?

consumerist.com
Even as some question their effectiveness, the TSA continues to install controversial full-body scanners at airports. And while travelers have a legal right to opt for a pat-down instead of the scan, some say that option may not be any better. "The pat-down was completely thorough, as though I...
What Happens If I Refuse The Full-Body Scan At The Airport?

How To Be Happy Anywhere

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For my job I spent 300 days traveling the world last year. I met a lot of happy people. Who they are and where they live will surprise you.The other day, as I took a taxi ride across Manhattan, the driver was pondering the state of the world. “I can’t...
How To Be Happy Anywhere
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You Will Soon Be Able To Control Your HP PC By Waving Your Hands In The Air (HPQ)

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What could HP possibly do to make its Windows PCs seem more innovative than Apple Macs? Here's a start: let people control them by waving their hands around. HP just announced a deal with Leap Motion to do just that. Leap Motion sells a computer accessory that lets you control...
You Will Soon Be Able To Control Your HP PC By Waving Your Hands In The Air (HPQ)
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