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Microsoft releases ASP.Net Web API, Razor source code

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The source code for ASP.Net Web API and Razor are being made available via an Apache 2.0 license...
Microsoft releases ASP.Net Web API, Razor source code

DailyDirt: Nothing To Fear, Maybe

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The urban legend about poisoned candy on Halloween has pushed parents away from handing out home-made treats -- even though the realistic odds of finding dangerous treats is vanishingly small. Still, there are some crazy people out there, so maybe it's better safe than sorry. Just know that getting hit...
DailyDirt: Nothing To Fear, Maybe

Big Money For Cheap Razors: Dollar Shave Club Raises $9.8M, Launches In Canada

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Dollar Shave Club, the startup offering a subscription razor service that costs as little as $1 per month (plus shipping), has raised $9.8 million in Series A funding led by Venrock. Co-founder and CEO Michael Durbin said the new funding will allows the company develop “the next iteration of Dollar...
Big Money For Cheap Razors: Dollar Shave Club Raises $9.8M, Launches In Canada

Here Are All The Best Gadget Gifts You Should Buy This Summer

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Instead of taking the boring route and getting someone a gift card during this season of graduations, parent holidays, and weddings we put together this list of gadgets that is sure to make those you care about happy.VIZIO 26-inch Razor LED HDTV This edgelit razor LED TV from VIZIO offers 1080p...
Here Are All The Best Gadget Gifts You Should Buy This Summer

Spotify for iPad finally lands in the App Store

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There were leaks earlier this month showing what might have been our first look at the official Spotify iPad app, and today the company officially launched the long awaited app with a blog post and the video above. The free app has already landed in the App Store and...
Spotify for iPad finally lands in the App Store

Disrupt New York Is Back At Pier 94. And Hackers, It’s Go Time.

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TechCrunch went big in 2011 and turned a huge 133,000 square feet working pier in New York City into a unique conference venue for the startup community. After a year of experience and thoughtful planning, we’re heading back to Pier 94 in Midtown Manhattan for NYC Disrupt. And this time,...
Disrupt New York Is Back At Pier 94. And Hackers, It’s Go Time.

To Catch A Hypocrite

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Yesterday, Jason Kincaid posted damning evidence of VEVO, the online music video entity jointly owned by a few major record labels, committing piracy at their boozy event at Sundance this year. Watch the video, then read Jason’s full story. It’s worth it. Today, VEVO’s CEO has responded. Here’s his stance: A guest...
To Catch A Hypocrite

Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge - review

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Wii U, Nintendo, cert: 18, out nowLast year's Ninja Gaiden 3 enjoyed a mixed reception at best. With former series head Tomonobu Itagaki absent, it was perceived to have softened, been made more accessible, less demanding and, most sinfully, easier.In this enhanced Wii U version, super-ninja Ryu Hayabusa's globe-trotting battle...
Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge - review

Australian Milestone: First Game Released For Adults...In 2013

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As Tim Cushing recently wrote, Australia's Classification Board (whatever the hell that is) decided that this was the year. The year for what, you ask? Well, the year to acknowledge that people over the age of 15 exist within their borders. It seems a little silly that, prior to 2013,...
Australian Milestone: First Game Released For Adults...In 2013

LG Expands into Brazil with 'Ultra Definition' TVs

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With the TV market saturated and margins razor-thin in developed markets, South Korean consumer electronics maker LG Electronics Inc. is expanding into Brazil. But it's not targeting the low-income or middle-class consumers. Instead, it's broadening its target to rich households....
LG Expands into Brazil with 'Ultra Definition' TVs

Five reasons to try the new Razor-qt Linux desktop

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Those in the homogeneous Windows world may be bracing themselves anxiously for the impending arrival of Windows 8 with its controversial Metro interface, but for Linux users, the array of desktop choices just keeps on expanding. That's not to say that there aren't controversial changes happening on the Linux...
Five reasons to try the new Razor-qt Linux desktop
A Quarter Of U.S. Consumers Own A Laptop, Tablet And A Smartphone
Photo Timeline uses deprecated Google API to give you a visual look into the web's past

DailyDirt: Living On Earth (Or Elsewhere)

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The origins of life are incredibly mysterious. The life that we normally interact with is made up of chiral molecules, and no one actually knows why only certain chiral molecules are involved in our biology. No one knows how life began, or where it began, or when. Lots of basic...
DailyDirt: Living On Earth (Or Elsewhere)
Central Standard Timing shows off CST-01, the 'world's thinnest' watch

If You're Worried About Likes, Avoid Posting To Facebook From Twitter

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Facebook is showing your content to far less people than they used to, says Nick Bilton at the NY Times, pointing out that while his subscribers have soared, the number of likes per post has declined rapidly. Josh Constine writes his thoughts here. Bilton’s theory is that Facebook wants to...
If You're Worried About Likes, Avoid Posting To Facebook From Twitter

7 stories to read this weekend

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It is a really long weekend here in United States, and what that means is a lot of time to read this weekend. I certainly plan to do that. Here is a short list of my recommendations for the weekend. The story of an eye witness: Jack London, a San...
7 stories to read this weekend

NASA's RASSOR robot shape-shifts to haul lunar soil, help make fuel and water

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NASA believes our return to the Moon could be sustained by extracting water from the lunar soil to produce air and even fuel. But how to get large amounts of that soil without bringing heavy, failure-prone machinery? The agency's RASSOR (pronounced "razor") excavator robot might do the trick. Rather...
NASA's RASSOR robot shape-shifts to haul lunar soil, help make fuel and water
Apple unveils new iPod nano with home button
Kindle Fire: if each Amazon tablet generates $3/month in digital sales, that's 20% profit

Dell Small Business - $60 off Vizio 19-inch 720p 60Hz Razor LED LCD HDTV, only $209 + Free Shipping using coupon code WNHP8XHH8ZSMDN

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Dell Small Business - $60 off Vizio 19-inch 720p 60Hz Razor LED LCD HDTV, only $209 + Free Shipping using coupon code WNHP8XHH8ZSMDN

Australia gains its first ever 'adult' game

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Australia is finally getting its hands on an "adult" rated game, as Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge becomes the first game to receive the country's newly introduced R18+ rating The Australian Classification Board has received years of criticism for banning those games that contained adult content inappropriate for its...
Australia gains its first ever 'adult' game

Mono 3.0 debuts, casting a wider .NET

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Miguel de Icaza, founder of Xamarin and lead developer of the Mono open-source implementation of Microsoft's .NET platform, announced on his blog today that the third major revision of the Mono framework is now available. Mono 3.0 was released on GitHub on October 18. It adds support for some of...
Mono 3.0 debuts, casting a wider .NET

MinION USB stick decodes DNA in a matter of seconds

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If you happen to be "special," then this $900 USB device is just about the worst thing ever. The aptly named MINion serves its masters by interrogating the cells of living organisms and rooting out their genetic secrets. We won't pretend to know exactly how it works, but it...
MinION USB stick decodes DNA in a matter of seconds

It's Here! Spotify For iPad Is Ready For Download (AAPL)

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Spotify just released its long-awaited iPad app. Here are the details from the company's announcement: Retina graphics for iPad - dazzling display, razor sharp images, richer colours Even easier to browse and explore Spotify’s entire 17 million* song catalogue New ‘Now Playing’ full-screen view with high-definition cover art Search for playlists, users...
It's Here! Spotify For iPad Is Ready For Download (AAPL)

The "Linux" of online learning? edX takes big step toward open source goal

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Since launching early last year, edX, the online learning site backed by Harvard and MIT, has emphasized its plans to be an open-source platform. Last week, in fact, at the SXSWedu education technology conference in Austin, while arguing that it’s good for online learning to have multiple players, edX’s president...
The "Linux" of online learning? edX takes big step toward open source goal

ZTE Era flagship phone brings Tegra 3, 4.3-inch qHD display, 7.8mm chassis

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We're just about to get hands-on with ZTE's latest high-spec ICS phone, the Era, but in the meantime here's a heads-up on the main credentials. The guts are all NVIDIA, with a Tegra 3 quad-core processor and an Icera HSPA+ modem. The display has 960 x 540 pixels spread...
ZTE Era flagship phone brings Tegra 3, 4.3-inch qHD display, 7.8mm chassis

Vizio to launch revised M-Series, new UHD HDTVs this year

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Vizio has shown off its lineup of HDTVs for 2013, including a number of large UHD televisions. The new premium-level XVT series, the company's first Ultra High Definition TVs, were shown alongside an enhanced line of M-Series Razor LED Smart TVs, complete with Video On Demand apps and social features.......
Vizio to launch revised M-Series, new UHD HDTVs this year

Vizio begins shipping 2013 M-Series Smart TVs, prices start at $400

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Back at this year's CES, all Vizio said about its brand new M-Series lineup of HDTVs was that they'd be hitting shelves at some point "later this year." Fast forward to today, and the company's announcing its 2013 M-Series Smart TVs are now shipping to retailers such as Best...
Vizio begins shipping 2013 M-Series Smart TVs, prices start at $400

Early apps for touch-based Ubuntu reveal a mostly clean aesthetic

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The clatter of ergonomic keyboards is already bearing fruit, just two months after the Ubuntu developer community was let loose on the SDK for the newly touch-enabled OS. Canonical's Michael Hall has posted an update on his personal blog detailing progress with some core apps, such as Calendar and...
Early apps for touch-based Ubuntu reveal a mostly clean aesthetic
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