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Jamie Condliffe / Gizmodo:
You Can Now Use ‘Netflix for Torrents’ Popcorn Time in Your Browser   —  It's over a year since Popcorn Time burst on to the scene, allowing you to stream torrents rather than download them.  It's had its ups and downs—but now you can use it in your browser.
May 20, 2015, 1:55 AMIn context
Maddie Stone / Gizmodo:
Norway Will Be the First Country to Turn Off FM Radio in 2017   —  Norway's Minister of Culture announced this week that a national FM-radio switch off will commence in 2017, allowing the country to complete its transition over to digital radio.  It's the end of an era.
Apr 19, 2015, 9:50 PMIn context
Alissa Walker / Gizmodo:
Apple demonstrates how to use Apple Watch with new guided tour videos   —  Your Best Apple Watch Glimpse Yet In Four Official Videos  —  Will the Apple Watch be so radically different we won't understand how to use it at first?  Perhaps so: Apple has produced a series of videos …
Apr 4, 2015, 1:30 PMIn context
Jamie Condliffe / Gizmodo:
Xiaomi's New Mi TV 2: A 40-Inch Android-Powered Smart TV for $320   —  Xiaomi's onslaught of affordable technology continues.  The Chinese company has today launched its new 40-inch Mi TV 2: a powerful smart TV running an Android-based OS that will sell for $320.
Mar 24, 2015, 11:50 AMIn context
Adam Clark Estes / Gizmodo:
Wink's promise of a simple, affordable smart home proves false; not one product worked as advertised out of the box   —  Why Is My Smart Home So F**king Dumb?  —  A few weeks ago, a couple friends and I were about to watch a surprisingly bad scifi movie in my crowded apartment.
Feb 14, 2015, 1:55 AMIn context
Mario Aguilar / Gizmodo:
Music artists who refuse YouTube's aggressive Music Key terms lose all YouTube monetization options   —  Why Google Is Strong-Arming Artists Into Signing With YouTube Music Key  —  Cello rock n' roller Zoë Keating is really upset that Google is trying to force her to sign over the rights …
Jan 24, 2015, 2:05 PMIn context
Mario Aguilar / Gizmodo:
Neil Young's PonoPlayer promises high-res audio, but with no discernible sound improvement and massive file sizes, it's not worth the $400 price tag   —  Don't Buy What Neil Young Is Selling  —  Neil Young's “high resolution” PonoPlayer goes on sale for $400 today.  You shouldn't buy it.
Jan 13, 2015, 8:50 AMIn context
Adam Clark Estes / Gizmodo:
Hackers claiming to be ISIS “Cyber Caliphate” seize US Central Command's Twitter and YouTube accounts   —  Someone Claiming to Be ISIS Says They Hacked CENTCOM, Leaks Docs Online  —  U.S. Central Command's Twitter and YouTube accounts just lit up in a bad way.
Jan 12, 2015, 1:15 PMIn context
Sean Hollister / Gizmodo:
Oculus demos 3D positional audio with its latest Rift prototype at CES   —  Oculus Brings 3D Audio To Virtual Reality, And It Sounds Great  —  Sorry folks, there's no new version of the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset at this year's CES, and no word on when the fabled consumer version might appear.
Jan 8, 2015, 9:25 PMIn context
Sean Hollister / Gizmodo:
YouTube Will Soon Support 360-Degree Video Uploads   —  Look out YouTube fans: soon, you'll be able to immerse yourself in videos that go all the way around.  Google has just confirmed to Gizmodo that it will be adding native support for 360-degree videos to its streaming video service.
Jan 6, 2015, 11:40 PMIn context

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Microsoft:
Challenge for Change winners were inspired by heartache — and hope  —  Ten grand prize winners have been annnounced in Microsoft YouthSpark's Challenge for Change, a global contest that helps young people turn …
Avangate:
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Twin Prime:
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