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NVIDIA details how its Jetson development kit creates smart, seeing cars

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Developing a high-end in-car infotainment system can present challenges that don't exist in other platforms -- you're juggling core car systems, a myriad of sensors and media playback in a testbed on wheels. NVIDIA has just explained how it's uniting those elements with its new, lengthily-titled Jetson Automotive Development...
NVIDIA details how its Jetson development kit creates smart, seeing cars

RIAA: Pirates Are Bigger Music Fans Than Average Consumers

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Last month, research from the Columbia University affiliated American Assembly found that U.S. file-sharers buy 30% more music than their non-sharing counterparts. The RIAA wasn’t too happy with this result (or how the media reported on it) so they brought in research firm NPD to counter with some statistics of...
RIAA: Pirates Are Bigger Music Fans Than Average Consumers

TNW Pick of the Day: Shuffler.fm takes its Flipboard-for-music-discovery app to the iPhone

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“Shuffler.fm is a music discovery service designed to help users navigate the music shared by blogs in a visual way,” wrote TNW’s Martin Bryant late last year, just as it had launched on the iPad. It brought a Flipboard-esque browsing experience to those seeking to discover new music on their...
TNW Pick of the Day: Shuffler.fm takes its Flipboard-for-music-discovery app to the iPhone

WSJ mangles history to argue government didn't launch the Internet

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"It's an urban legend that the government launched the Internet," writes L. Gordon Crovitz in Monday's Wall Street Journal, launching into just one of a myriad of problems with his short opinion piece. While he concedes that the military's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) program funded the creation of the ARPAnet,...
WSJ mangles history to argue government didn't launch the Internet

FarmTown Users Beware: New Virus On The Loose

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Slashkey, the developers behind FarmTown, is actively alerting users to a new virus going around thanks to rogue advertising being displayed within the game. The advertising tells users to beware of a new virus on their computer and once clicked, they are infected with malware even though there was no...
FarmTown Users Beware: New Virus On The Loose
Social TV guide TweetTV launches HTML5 mobile apps, now offers rewards to incentivize activity
Kabbage gives eBay, Etsy sellers cash; gets $30M of its own

LTE iPhone 5 coming to EE and Three in UK, but not O2 and Vodafone

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Brits ready to stake their preorder claim this Friday might have a harder time deciding between the myriad of networks offering the device. While all of the major UK carriers will be ready to offer you the iPhone 5, that LTE radio will only be working on the newly-christened...
LTE iPhone 5 coming to EE and Three in UK, but not O2 and Vodafone

Smell-O-Vision on your smartphone: the Scentee ChatPerf (video)

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The dubious ability to send odors to your pals just became a distinct possibility thanks to the Scentee app and hardware from a company called ChatPerf. Seen in Japan, it works by letting you load a liquid refill into the device, which is then mixed and dispersed into the...
Smell-O-Vision on your smartphone: the Scentee ChatPerf (video)

Funniest/Most Insightful Comments Of The Week At Techdirt

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As we learned (though were hardly surprised by) this week, the MPAA doesn't take kindly to the suggestion that it should have to consider fair use when sending DMCA notices. The irony of this was not lost on anyone, and indeed both of our most insightful comments of the...
Funniest/Most Insightful Comments Of The Week At Techdirt

Facebook filling the gaping hole in its mobile strategy

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It looks like Facebook wants to address the big weaknesses in its mobile business model before it has to deal with nagging questions from its investors. According to FT, Facebook is set to include sponsored posts in the news feeds of its phone and tablet apps as well as...
Facebook filling the gaping hole in its mobile strategy

Evernote 5 for Mac beta is now available, offers 100+ new features

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A few days ago, Evernote announced the upcoming beta release for Evernote 5 for Mac. This feature brings with it over 100 new features, as well as an updated user interface. Now the application is available for download, with Evernote cautioning users to remember that it is still in beta...
Evernote 5 for Mac beta is now available, offers 100+ new features

Building location-based social networks in Egypt

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Adel Youssef, 39, a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Maryland, is the creator of Google’s MyLocation service. He worked at Google for five years, receiving a myriad of Silicon Valley honors. He’s a member of the small group (14 people) who has won the Google Founders’ award, given...
Building location-based social networks in Egypt

Top10 makes its database of opinion-based lists more social with its neat new Web app

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UK-based opinion-aggregating, recommendation platform Top10 has rolled out a major update to its website, with a view towards helping users share and discover the best music, films, products and everything in between. Oh, and it seems that Spotify has played a role in its latest Web-based incarnation. Just to give...
Top10 makes its database of opinion-based lists more social with its neat new Web app

Friendgiftr Lets You Buy and Send Gift Cards on Facebook

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This post is part of Mashable’s Spark of Genius series, which highlights a unique feature of startups. If you would like to have your startup considered for inclusion, please see the details here. The series is made possible by Microsoft BizSpark.Name: FriendgiftrQuick Pitch: This app allows you to send...
Friendgiftr Lets You Buy and Send Gift Cards on Facebook
Which cities have the highest salaries for social media jobs? (infographic)
LinkedIn adds two-step verification as services rush to fight off hackers
Google scrambles to bring Gmail back online after widespread service interruption

Twitter CEO Dick Costolo Speaks Out On Censorship And IPO

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Twitter is quite the social network. 140 character blasts that has revolutionized how we communicate and how we get our news. Dick Costolo, the CEO of Twitter and who used to own Feedburner which was then sold to Google, talked about politics, censorship, and the inevitable IPO. Recently, they’ve...
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo Speaks Out On Censorship And IPO

OnLive founder Steve Perlman out, Gary Lauder and Charlie Jablonski in

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OnLive has just announced that its founder, president, and CEO Steve Perlman has quit the cloud gaming company, reports The Verge. Perlman is off to “work on his myriad of other projects” while his colleagues step in to fill his shoes. Lead investor Gary Lauder has become the company’s new...
OnLive founder Steve Perlman out, Gary Lauder and Charlie Jablonski in

Making your app searchable using self merge-joins

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A picture is worth a thousand words, and as developers, you know that a working code snippet can be worth even more. The developers at scisurfer.com have agreed to share a few of their code snippets with you today. The snippets outline how they full text index their content and...
Making your app searchable using self merge-joins

Reachli (formerly Pinerly) raises seed money for in-image ads

pandodaily.com
Marketers have been anticipating the release of Pinterest’s API for almost a year. In the interim, a myriad of SaaS tools have sprung up, some in the form of new startups like Pinerly, and others under the umbrella of the now-acquired social SaaS tools from Wildfire, Buddy Media and Vitrue....
Reachli (formerly Pinerly) raises seed money for in-image ads

Google Cloud Print: The Future of Printing?

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These days everything from your mobile phone to your desktop PC will most likely have an Internet connection. This means you you can send an email, collaborate on a document or share a photo between almost any device using the myriad of web services that are available today. But printers are still...
Google Cloud Print: The Future of Printing?

ShopRunner Buys Shopsanity to Help Retailers Take on Amazon

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You might need a whiteboard for this one. So GSI Commerce sold to eBay for $2.4 billion. There were three companies within GSI that the founder Michael Rubin wanted to spin out and keep for himself: Sporting goods vertical Fanatics, private sale site Rue La La and ShopRunner, a coalition...
ShopRunner Buys Shopsanity to Help Retailers Take on Amazon

Where the Internet Lives: Google invites you in to see its data centers

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While Google does allow some tours of its Californian Googleplex HQ, it’s not so hot on letting you roam around its myriad of data centers, for obvious reasons. That privilege lies with a handful of Google employees. Now, however, Google is inviting the world inside its data centers virtually through...
Where the Internet Lives: Google invites you in to see its data centers

5 Sources For Free Photoshop Addon Downloads

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When it comes to image editing, there’s no doubt that Photoshop is one of the most widely used programs on the market. While it comes with tons of features out of the box, sometimes the packaged components are just not enough. Luckily, Photoshop is an extremely versatile program that allows...
5 Sources For Free Photoshop Addon Downloads
University of Arizona's TEX II is a seaworthy autonomous robot designed for other planets
Google Now adds travel destination weather, local events, song ID by voice, and more

Augmented reality browser Junaio offers less 'clunky' apps, new API for developers (video)

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Remember Metaio? Back in February we reported on the company's rather neat brand of markerless augmented reality, and now it has some fresh news: a major revamp to its Junaio AR browser for iOS and Android. The browser is an open platform for a myriad of smaller AR apps...
Augmented reality browser Junaio offers less 'clunky' apps, new API for developers (video)

Yahoo! Pushing Java Version Released in 2008

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At a time when Apple, Mozilla and other tech giants are taking steps to prevent users from browsing the Web with outdated versions of Java, Yahoo! is pushing many of its users in the other direction: The free tool that it offers users to help build Web sites installs a...
Yahoo! Pushing Java Version Released in 2008
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