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Fabricio Coloccini and Tim Krul sign new long-term Newcastle deals

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• Duo give club a boost on eve of derby against Sunderland• Coloccini agrees four-year contract, Krul signs five-year dealAny club wanting to prise Tim Krul or Fabricio Coloccini away from Newcastle United will have to pay a high price after Alan Pardew's Holland goalkeeper and Argentina centre-half accepted new...
Fabricio Coloccini and Tim Krul sign new long-term Newcastle deals

This fantastic Depeche Mode mashup makes Kanye West your own personal Yeezus

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"When you get something that has the name Kanye West on it, it’s supposed to be pushing the furthest possibilities. I will be the leader of a company that ends up being worth billions of dollars, because I got the answers. I understand culture. I am the nucleus." —...
This fantastic Depeche Mode mashup makes Kanye West your own personal Yeezus

Editor's Note to Quinn Norton's Account of the Aaron Swartz Investigation

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We have just published Quinn Norton's account of her life inside the Federal investigation of Aaron Swartz for the alleged crime of downloading too many JSTOR articles too quickly. The story fills in a key time in the investigation, from Swartz's arrest on January 6 until about June of that year. Norton's...
Editor's Note to Quinn Norton's Account of the Aaron Swartz Investigation

Apple inventions use iPhone's Bluetooth capabilities to locate, interact with cars

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A pair of patent filings discovered on Thursday reveal Apple is actively investigating the possibilities offered by the wireless capabilities of the iOS mobile platform to interact with, and at times control, a Bluetooth-capable automobile.    ...
Apple inventions use iPhone's Bluetooth capabilities to locate, interact with cars

Google Glass not to allow face recognition for now

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Google will not allow face recognition on its Glass wearable computer for now, until there are strong privacy protections."We've been listening closely to you, and many have expressed both interest and concern around the possibilities of facial recognition in Glass," the company's Project Glass wrote in a post on...
Google Glass not to allow face recognition for now

Read/Write Daily: Building the Real-Life Starship Enterprise

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Today's theme is real artists ship. Everyone wants their tech to be fun. iPads get close, but it's quite another thing to build actual space stations or robot exoskeletons... or the actual Starship Enterprise. But people are going for it, anyway. A man named Dan with a lot of...
Read/Write Daily: Building the Real-Life Starship Enterprise
Stiktu creates virtual graffiti you can only see on your phone

Verizon Windows Phone 8X may have passed through the FCC

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Now, we don't know for sure what the PM23100 that just made its way through the FCC is, but we'd put pretty good odds on it being Verizon's Windows Phone 8X. Only a couple of hours after what appears to be the AT&T-bound 8X was given the thumbs up...
Verizon Windows Phone 8X may have passed through the FCC
Sony to announce new PlayStation 3 video service, but what is it?

This week in Crave: The high-flying edition

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This week, we tried to run away from the speedy Cheetah robot, looked skyward for quadrotors, and pondered the possibilities of man-OS romance. [Read more]...
This week in Crave: The high-flying edition

Podcast: What you really need to know before buying connected devices

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In my time talking to people about the internet of things, we sometimes get so excited about the possibilities of the technology that we forget about the consumer who has to install it or has their own vision for connected living that they are trying to implement. So this week...
Podcast: What you really need to know before buying connected devices

WWDC 2012 Forecast: Cloudy with a Chance of New MacBooks

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Speculation is high on what Apple will announce at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference. Here's a rundown of a few of the possibilities....
WWDC 2012 Forecast: Cloudy with a Chance of New MacBooks
Twine now connects to Pebble watch, sends alerts to your wrist

Zynga Insists More Ads Will Save Draw Something

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Pictionary-like game Draw Something has endured one of the most precipitous falls from grace perhaps any smartphone app has seen. AppData reports that since March, the number of users logging into the app via Facebook has fallen from 14.5 million a day to 7.6 million, almost halving Draw Something's daily active users....
Zynga Insists More Ads Will Save Draw Something

Soon Even Your Brain Could Be Hacked, Turning You Into a Killing Machine

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(Photo: MNN) Worrying about having your email hacked is so 2012. Instead, the newest hacking trend researchers are examining is less about your online life than it is about your physical body: soon, blackhat badasses and government spies could hack into your brain. (Dun dun dun.) Wired reports that brain-computer...
Soon Even Your Brain Could Be Hacked, Turning You Into a Killing Machine
Groupon's one-year anniversary feels more like a funeral. So what's next for daily deals?

I've upgraded Windows, and now some of my hardware isn't working

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Kennethjc17 upgraded his PC to Windows 7, then found that some of his hardware no longer worked. He turned to the Windows forum for help. [Email your tech questions to answer@pcworld.com or post them on the PCW Answer Line forum.] Despite your problems, you did the right thing upgrading...
I've upgraded Windows, and now some of my hardware isn't working
Crazy About Tablets

Cisco CloudVerse opens a new world of cloud computing possibilities

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This sponsored post is brought to you by Cisco. As always, VentureBeat is adamant about maintaining editorial objectivity. For businesses that wish to embrace cloud technology in order to simplify their operations, provide a forum for project collaboration, and operate on a secure platform, the Cisco CloudVerse aims to...
Cisco CloudVerse opens a new world of cloud computing possibilities

Endorsements, LinkedIn's Answer To Klout, Passes 1B Recommendations And Builds Up A New Data Set

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Endorsements, a lightweight way for people on LinkedIn to recommend each other’s skills, has picked up some significant traction in its first five months of life. Today, LinkedIn is announcing that Endorsements has passed the 1 billion milestone — with 58 million members getting recognition on their profiles for different...
Endorsements, LinkedIn's Answer To Klout, Passes 1B Recommendations And Builds Up A New Data Set

Stormy reception for Adobe's Creative Cloud

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In a Jefferies and CNET poll, creative pros express more negative than positive views about Adobe's new service and pricing, but Adobe says they'll come around. Also: new possibilities with HTML5. [Read more]...
Stormy reception for Adobe's Creative Cloud

Google CFO Pichette: 'Search is still in its infancy'

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The idea that the technology behind search is a done deal is far from the truth, according to Google, as the company appears to still have plenty of tricks up its sleeve to improve it. Google's Patrick Pichette "Everybody's mindset is that search is a solved problem," said Google...
Google CFO Pichette: 'Search is still in its infancy'

Airbnb launches Wish Lists for bookmarking all of the places you’d like to stay

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Airbnb, the travel-disrupting service that provides ways for people to rent out their home to holidaymakers, has launched a new feature for planning travel in the future. The company’s lovely layout and glorious photographs can be tempting to travellers but most of us cannot be in all places at once,...
Airbnb launches Wish Lists for bookmarking all of the places you’d like to stay

Pi Day Contest: What's Your Vision for Quantum Computing?

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To celebrate Pi Day on March 14th (3.14), we're giving away a cool Pi Day T Shirt from ThinkGeek. To win our Pi Day Contest, we want to know your vision for Quantum Computing. The possibilities are exciting. Many people, including RWW's Mobile guru, Dan Rowinski, believe it may be...
Pi Day Contest: What's Your Vision for Quantum Computing?
A5 Chip in Tweaked Apple TV Still Manufactured by Samsung
How 3D printing is helping to change science for the better

Google Confirms That Project Glass Will Work With iPhone

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After making a visit to a disappointingly bland Google conference room behind frosted-glass doors in New York, the Verge’s Joshua Topolsky got some hands-on time with Glass and his in-depth report included an interesting little bit of information about Glass that many people have been wondering about. Glass, he wrote,...
Google Confirms That Project Glass Will Work With iPhone

Here's what we learned from the Socialcam acquisition: Innovation wins, not numbers

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First off, I want to say that the $60M acquisition of Socialcam by Autodesk is a great move for both companies. I have been watching Autodesk for the past year or so, and it’s a company that is making bold moves, for sure. Regardless of some of the things that...
Here's what we learned from the Socialcam acquisition: Innovation wins, not numbers

Amazon's new cloud services may blow your mind

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At Tuesday’s Structure:Europe event, Amazon.com’s CTO Werner Vogels hinted that “there are things coming down the pipe you wouldn’t believe,” when asked about what’s in store for Amazon’s Web Services. GigaOM did a little speculating this morning into what Vogels could have been talking about, and some of the possibilities are...
Amazon's new cloud services may blow your mind
The Creepiest Google Glass Feature Has Been Banned: Np Facial Recognition Apps Allowed
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?