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Sunday, April 20, 2014
Checked 5:45 AM; Last Updated 5:05 PM CDT; 22:05 GMT


General Interest
  • "More than 20,000 major sites remain vulnerable to Heartbleed" VentureBeat 4:54 PM
  • "Google App Engine Gets GitHub Push-To-Deploy Support" TechCrunch 12:46 PM
  • "OnePlus One phone and its swappable covers leak out in new pictures" Engadget 12:03 PM
  • "AllCast's screen-mirroring magic arrives on Amazon's Fire TV App Store" Engadget 10:44 AM
  • "DIY CT scanner built for price of one commercial CT scan" ExtremeTech 9:55 AM
  • "Google working on $100 Nexus smartphone: Report" IndiaTimes 7:43 AM
  • "Report: Amidst layoffs, Nike to kill production of FuelBand" Ars Technica 5:05 PM
  • "Nike Denies FuelBand Shutdown, but Layoffs Could Reveal New Cracks in Wearables Market" Re/code 7:19 AM
  • "Control your lights by flipping a cube" VentureBeat 4/18
  • "Google Trends Debuts Email Notifications For Search Topics, Hot Searches And More" TechCrunch 4/18
  • "Connected stuff is catching on -- just don't call it IoT" CITEworld 4/18
  • "Chrome OS may kill the password with Easy Unlock smartphone option" PCWorld 4/18
  • "Twitter to promote app downloads in mobile timelines: Advertisers can use a single interface to promote downloads of their mobile apps in other apps or directly from Twitter timelines" IDG News Service 4/18
  • "Can we talk? Internet of things vendors face a communications 'mess': There's a wireless battle brewing, as many communications protocols that allow home devices to exchange information aren't interoperable" Computerworld 4/18
  • "Unbounded Robotics launches robot platform for education, research: At $50,000, the one-armed robot is relatively cheap" Computerworld 4/18
  • "Michaels breach exposes nearly 3M payment cards: Another 400,000 cards at subsidiary Aaron Brothers may have been affected" Computerworld 4/18
  • "NASA just crashed a satellite into the moon on purpose" Engadget 4/18
  • "LinkedIn reaches 300M members, chases the next 3B" VentureBeat 4/18
  • "Google's 3D-mapping phones are headed to space: Watch this zero-gravity test" VentureBeat 4/18
  • "Android nabs 53% of US smartphone activations in Q1" CNET 4/18
  • "Best time to trade in your old Galaxy S phones? Right now" CNET 4/18
  • "Samsung's Milk Music will soon cost $4 per month to listen ad-free" Engadget 4/18
  • "HTC taps ex-Samsung exec for marketing muscle" CNET 4/18
  • "HTC looks towards smartphone-based optical zoom in 18 to 24 months" CNET 4/18
  • "Michaels security breach affected nearly 3 million payment cards: Retailer says another 400,000 cards at subsidiary Aaron Brothers may also have been affected in a card skimming attack" IDG News Service 4/18
  • "Investors try last-minute Mt. Gox revival as liquidation looms: A consortium that offered 1 bitcoin to buy Mt. Gox launches its own website in support of the failed bitcoin exchange" IDG News Service 4/18
  • "How to speak geek and influence nerds. Wait...what?" ZDNet 4/18
  • "Chinese airline to offer free inflight Wi-Fi service" ZDNet 4/18
  • "That's no spaceship over Area 51. It's a Google balloon" VentureBeat 4/18
  • "Entrepreneurs are the real movers and shakers in Washington" VentureBeat 4/18
  • "MediaPortal 1.7.0 adds Wake On LAN support, boosts stability" BetaNews 4/18
  • "How E-commerce is taking over the world" BetaNews 4/18
  • "Heartbleed used by hackers in attack on 'major corporation'" New York Times 4/18
  • "Heartbleed Internet Security Flaw Used in Attack" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 4/18
  • "Trend Micro releases free Heartbleed scanners for Android, Chrome" BetaNews 4/18
  • "Nest Uses Its Data To Turn Electric Utilities Into Cash Cows" TechCrunch 4/18
  • "Sony's PlayStation maintains lead over Microsoft's Xbox: Sony fends off hot-selling new release of Titanfall shooter game for Xbox" The Irish Times 4/18
  • "Your Internet security relies on a few volunteers" CNNMoney 4/18