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Sunday, April 20, 2014
Checked 6:50 PM; Last Updated 6:10 PM CDT; 23:10 GMT


  • "Awesome apps for a new Android device" USA Today 6:51 AM
  • "Crowdfunded Gadgets That Talk To Your Home And Charge Your Phone With Wind Power" TechCrunch 6:26 AM
  • "The Dawn Of Cloud 2.0 And Why Google Started A Price War" TechCrunch 6:17 AM
  • "'Hardware is Very Hard': Why Wearables Aren't Working (Yet?)" Re/code 4/19
  • "Moore's law gives way to Bezos's law" Gigaom 4/19
  • "Longaccess is your Swiss bank for personal data: And once you upload it, you can't delete it." Ars Technica 4/19
  • "Ouya, we hardly knew ya: Ouya's shift from game-console hardware freed it up to target a wider range of TV-connected devices. But it may have jumped from the frying pan into the Fire TV." CNET 4/19
  • "Sorting through the OpenStack nuttiness" Gigaom 4/19
  • "Here's How Mobile Phones Worked in 1959" Re/code 4/19
  • "Taking e-mail back, part 4: The finale, with webmail & everything after" Ars Technica 4/19
  • "7 Ways the Feds Can Make a Comcast-Time Warner Merger Less Terrible" Wired 4/19
  • "Sony Xperia Z2 video: We take a tour of Sony's top-end Android 4.4 Kitkat smartphone" The Inquirer 4/19
  • "Google lets wannabe Glass Explorers admire themselves in their own mirrors" The Register 4/18
  • "Spring cleaning: Three ways to increase your computer's performance/Over time, computers end up full of add-ons and random junk. It's time to take action." CNET 4/18
  • "How to reduce the number of ads in Gmail" CNET 4/18
  • "Facebook's Existential Crisis" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 4/18
  • "How to start receiving personalized alerts on Bing" PCWorld 4/18
  • "Oculus Rift helps terminally ill woman take one last stroll in the sun" Engadget 4/18
  • "The Open Source Initiative hopes public awareness is Heartbleed's 'silver lining'" Engadget 4/18
  • "Future big data analysts will know everything you did today" VentureBeat 4/18
  • "10 Big Data startups to watch (slide show)" CITEworld 4/18
  • "Can you hear me now? NASA to test laser communication system: Laser communications one of the several techs NASA is focused on for deep space missions" Computerworld 4/18
  • "Why infrastructure will drive tomorrow's retail store experience" ZDNet 4/18
  • "Blu-ray archiving for the enterprise" ZDNet 4/18
  • "Sony Xperia Z2 review: a big, powerful slab of a phone" Engadget 4/18
  • "Tie me down: The ultimate guide to proper PC cable management" PCWorld 4/18
  • "Chrome: the great mobile equalizer" ZDNet 4/18
  • "First Look: Belkin revives, updates Linksys WRT router" ZDNet 4/18
  • "5 lessons from the service-oriented architecture trenches" ZDNet 4/18
  • "Why Amazon Shouldn't Make a Smartphone, But Will Anyway" TheStreet 4/18
  • "Honeywell's Bluetooth air purifier gets pollen alerts from your smartphone" Engadget 4/18
  • "Optical zoom tipped to hit HTC handsets in 2015" Engadget 4/18
  • "The Rufus Cuff's Size And Features Lord Over Puny Smartwatches" TechCrunch 4/18
  • "Asus Chromebox Release Date, Review: Specs Of 'World's Smallest Chrome Computer' W/ Dual-Core Celeron Processor Adequate To Get The Job Done; 'Can Replace A Normal PC Desktop Setup'" KpopStarz 4/18
  • "Lenovo ThinkPad 8 review: Fancier CPU and display take a toll on battery life" PCWorld 4/18
  • "Q and A: Making money on YouTube" USA Today 4/18