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Periscope adds web replays

Periscope has quickly been adopted by users far and wide, including by organizations that use it to broadcast presentations and similar entities. The broadcasts happen in real-time, of course, which is great for watching something as it is happening, but isn't so awesome if you happen to hop on after the broadcast has already started. That's where replays come in, … Continue reading

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Kids get to play Minecraft on movie theater screens with Super League Gaming

As part of a summer tour that will hit 28 cities, Super League Gaming is giving kids a chance to play Minecraft on the biggest screen possible: in a movie theater.

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Adobe Creative Cloud reboots trials to lure in users

Adobe has been pushing its Creative Cloud, which gives users access to Adobe software and services in exchange for a subscription fee. Despite some grumblings about the service, it has been going strong for a few years now and has been updated regularly

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Floating Record vertical turntable project funded in 3 hours

The Floating Record vertical turntable launches to a surprisingly enthusiastic crowd-funding audience. With a $50k funding goal in place at its morning launch, this project reached a cool $85k by the time the afternoon rolled around. Instead of another digitally-enthusiastic piece of "high-res audio" nonsense, this piece of equipment works with audiophile-grade materials for vinyl records.

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2016 Ram 3500 Heavy Duty truck packs 900 lb-ft of torque

Ram has announced an updated version of its popular 2016 Ram 3500 Heavy Duty pickup truck.

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Polish airline victim to DDoS attack, U.S. planes could be susceptible

A cyber attack grounded a fleet of aircraft in Poland on Sunday. All the planes were part of the Polish national airline, LOT. although the Polish domestic intelligence agency is being stingy with details, they claim the 1,400 passengers who were stranded were never actually in any danger

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NASA’s Cassini captures rare, triple crescent moon on Saturn

NASA's Cassini spacecraft, launched in 1997, is on a mission to study Saturn and its mesmerizing rings and moons.

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Freescale’s Sage smart oven blends Uber and Nespresso

Freescale has cooked up a connected appliance proof-of-concept that it says could be the Nespresso of convenience meals. Dubbed Sage, the solid-state RF oven promises the ease of use of a microwave but producing food that's actually worth eating rather than a rubbery mess, thanks to its ability to precisely control where, when, and how much heating energy gets directed … Continue reading

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What you need to know about the free Windows 10 confusion

This weekend brought a bit of confusion about Windows 10 and who is getting the free upgrade.

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Hello Kitty, B&O, Kevin Tong grace Android Wear faces

Smartwatches are no longer just geeky extensions of your smartphone wrapped around your wrist. They have also become fashion statements, some with changeable watch straps but most with customizable watch faces. Last December, Google unveiled its first special collection of watch faces for Android Wear, ranging from the artistic, like Un Petit Mode, to the whimsical, like Plants vs

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