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Seattle rolling out 'Predictive Policing' software to anticipate where crime happens

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Mayor Mike McGinn. The Seattle Police Department is hoping to keep the city safe by using data that better predicts where crime may happen. Mayor Mike McGinn announced today that on Sunday the city rolled out a “Predictive Policing” software in the East and Southwest Precincts. The software inputs historical crime...
Seattle rolling out 'Predictive Policing' software to anticipate where crime happens
Here's What LinkedIn's Newly Redesigned Company Pages Look Like

$1,000 for the cheapest Surface? This latest rumor has Microsoft fanboys feeling downcast

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Consider this the second time that we have heard rumbles concerning the pricing of Microsoft’s Surface line of tablets. Also, consider this the second time that pricing news concerning the Surface has been bad. Today the world of Microsoft reporting is buzzing with the news from a Swedish website that listed prices...
$1,000 for the cheapest Surface? This latest rumor has Microsoft fanboys feeling downcast

One-Click Anonymity: YouTube Offers Automatic Face Blurring

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YouTube is chock full of videos where lighting and camerawork make it hard to figure out who’s in the clip. Now YouTube is giving video-makers the ability to make it even harder to identify people. Google’s site has rolled out a face blurring tool that’s supposed to let videomakers automatically...
One-Click Anonymity: YouTube Offers Automatic Face Blurring
Uber Sued for Consumer Fraud and Unlawful Practices by Chicago Taxi and Limo Companies

John McAfee's secret location may have been revealed by Vice journalist

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Granted access to the fugitive millionaire, magazine apparently neglects to remove location data from photograph's metadataOne of the few journalists entrusted with the story of on-the-run multi-millionaire John McAfee may have accidentally revealed his location in a story published Monday.McAfee has maintained close contact with a select audience of people...
John McAfee's secret location may have been revealed by Vice journalist
Here's An Awesome Photo Of Tumblr's Rick Webb When He Was A Teenage Goth
LEAKED: Marissa Mayer's Plans For Yahoo's Most Important Product (YHOO)

Apple reportedly price matching iPhone discounts from carriers and other retailers

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According to a leaked screengrab hosted up at MacRumors, Apple retail shops now have the authority to price match carrier and rival retail discounts on iPhone. Specifically, the note informs employees that prices from Best Buy, "carriers," Radio Shack and Target can be matched, with $49.01 seeming to be...
Apple reportedly price matching iPhone discounts from carriers and other retailers

Anonymous Group Posts Bomb Threat For Nov. 5, Pisses Off Anonymous

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Screengrab A group claiming affiliation with Anonymous posted a bomb threat on its Twitter account Monday, claiming they plan to detonate a bomb in a government building on November 5th. The threat prompted disavowals from other Anon channels across the web. The threat was linked from @FawkesSecurity, which posted the...
Anonymous Group Posts Bomb Threat For Nov. 5, Pisses Off Anonymous

This Is What Apple's Updated iPhone And iPad App Icons Will Look Like (AAPL)

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Apple is updating the look of its iPhone and iPad operating system today. 9to5Mac's Seth Weintraub got an advanced look from a source. He says one change will be new icons for the default, Apple-built apps installed on every iPhone and iPad. Weintraub's source wouldn't let him post a screengrab,...
This Is What Apple's Updated iPhone And iPad App Icons Will Look Like (AAPL)

'Cyber fighters of Izz ad-din Al qassam' Claim They Are Behind Online Attacks Against Bank of America and the New York Stock Exchange

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Screengrab Bank of America customers have had a hard time accessing the bank’s website today–and a claim posted by a Muslim hacker group on Pastebin.com may have something to do with that. Reuters has reported that the “scope of the problem could not immediately be learned” but BoA customers across...
'Cyber fighters of Izz ad-din Al qassam' Claim They Are Behind Online Attacks Against Bank of America and the New York Stock Exchange

Meet FinSpy, the Favorite Spyware of Oppressive Governments Everywhere [Video]

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Creepy. (Screengrab) Google engineer Morgan Marquis-Boire and Ph.D. computer science student Bill Marczak introduced New York Times readers today to FinSpy, one of the scariest spyware packages you’ve probably never heard of. Mr. Marquis-Boire and Mr. Marczak have been on FinSpy’s trail, mapping all its nasty flavors, since earlier this year. The...
Meet FinSpy, the Favorite Spyware of Oppressive Governments Everywhere [Video]

http://twitpic.com/164zvn - Testing the Livestation player on #Jolicloud w/screengrab #livestation

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Facebook Just Opened The Door To A Social Commerce Function That Could Be MASSIVE (FB)

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Facebook has created an option within its OpenGraph source code for social commerce that, in addition to allowing users to create a "Want" button, allows users to indicate that they bought something in the same way that they can "like" video or news articles, according to blogger Tom Waddington. Poking...
Facebook Just Opened The Door To A Social Commerce Function That Could Be MASSIVE (FB)
Here's The Real Reason Google Changed Its Mobile Search Rules

Happy Endings: Google Reportedly Working On Parental Controls For Chrome

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Hiding quietly in a deluge of brand new Google software updates, including major updates to Google+, the search giant has been tinkering with a new feature for Chrome that should leave parents quite pleased with the ever-popular browser. A few developers have uncovered Managed User Settings in the latest build...
Happy Endings: Google Reportedly Working On Parental Controls For Chrome
SCOTUSblog: After a decade, an overnight sensation
Adobe to release Retina version of Photoshop CS6 on December 11th?
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AL Kennedy: My desktop

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The Costa award-winning novelist and standup takes us through the icons, treasured and obsolete, that share her workspaceI don't really bond with inanimate objects. When I had a car, I didn't give it a name, or care when it got a bit mouldy; my kitchen isn't full of whizzy gadgets;...
AL Kennedy: My desktop
55 hours, 81m points, and the fall of Missile Command's 30-year-old-record

No One Noticed The Huge Typo In Google's Campaign For The Chrome Browser

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Google's online campaign promoting the Chrome browser captured everyone's hearts late last year with its "Dear Sophie" video, in which the childhood of an adorable tot is recounted in a series of online messages from her father. But no one seems to have noticed the embarrassing typo at the end...
No One Noticed The Huge Typo In Google's Campaign For The Chrome Browser

TechCrunch Eyes The Intersection of Tech and Politics With CrunchGov

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Screengrab Saying it seeks to help politicians “become better listeners” and make techies effective citizens, TechCrunch today announced the launch of CrunchGov. In an introductory post, Greg Ferenstein explained that the new site will include a political leaderboard grading politicians on how they vote on tech and a “legislative database of...
TechCrunch Eyes The Intersection of Tech and Politics With CrunchGov

Be A Bitch On Email, Or Be Email's Bitch

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I’ve long hated email. As someone with upwards of 5,000 unread messages at any given time, taking a quick moment to check email is like pushing hot pokers into my eyes. It makes me feel irresponsible and rude every time I see that massive number in bold, yet if I...
Be A Bitch On Email, Or Be Email's Bitch
Anticipating where crime happens: Seattle rolls out 'Predictive Policing' across city
Apple Vows to Build ’100% Renewable Energy’ Data Center

Practically impossible: The quest to decipher Fez's cryptic final puzzle

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One monolith versus an Internet filled with frustrated but determined gamers... Photograph by Fez screengrab Since its release last Friday, thousands of players have struggled to untangle the knotty thicket of puzzles hidden deep within Xbox 360 indie title Fez, the 2D-meets-3D puzzle platformer that drove us batty with its...
Practically impossible: The quest to decipher Fez's cryptic final puzzle
Chrome App Launcher coming to OSX - beta version now available

One Part Of The Mystery Is Solved! Here's Where Microsoft Is Hosting Its Big Event (MSFT)

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Microsoft is holding a big event today, but until a few minutes ago no one knew where it was going to be. Turns out it's going to be at Milk Studios in Los Angeles. Sean Parker recently used Milk Studios in New York to launch AirTime. Here's the screengrab from...
One Part Of The Mystery Is Solved! Here's Where Microsoft Is Hosting Its Big Event (MSFT)
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