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Why is polling accepted in Web development?
Ars Technica
For real-time communication, polling works.
Heavy Snow Boosts Flooding Risk for New York State : DNews
DNews
Record-breaking snowfall that buried towns near Buffalo, New York, and killed at least 14 people posed a major flooding threat Saturday with temperatures forecast to rise.
What Warming Means for Lake Effect Snow : DNews
DNews
Global warming could fuel more lake effect snows like the one that buried Buffalo, at least for awhile. Continue reading →
Ancient Egyptian Mummy Wearing Jewels Found : DNews
DNews
A 4000-year-old, bejeweled mummy is discovered below a temple in Luxor. Continue reading →
'Impossible' Scooter Folds Into Backpack : DNews
DNews
A new portable electric bike uses radical design to minimize size and weight. Continue reading →
Chemical Change Causing Lakes to Get Gooey : DNews
DNews
Acid rain and deforestation runoff are causing a drop in the calcium content of some lakes in North America and western Europe, with ominous potential effects. Continue reading →
The home security device that's always listening
CNN
A new device called Point combines microphones with environmental sensors to detect anything out of the ordinary in your home while you are away.
From ice to fire: after hopping on a comet, ESA now looks at Mercury
CNN
After landing a probe on an icy comet, the European Space Agency (ESA) is now heading to scorching-hot Mercury with its BepiColombo spacecraft.
Africa's mobile money makes its way to Europe with M-Pesa
CNN
Snapchat may be the latest application to offer a mobile payment feature, but the idea that made it possible was spawned more than 7 years ago in Africa.

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Why Windows 10 isn’t version 6 any more and why it will probably work
Ars Technica
Windows 7 wasn't version 7.0, and Windows 8 wasn't version 8.0. Windows 10 is 10.0.
Nintendo Amiibo impressions: Getting friend-zoned
Ars Technica
Beautifully constructed toys, but they don't quite come to life.
Yoga Pro 3 review: Broadwell is a mixed blessing
Ars Technica
The design is ever more exotic, but the performance is worse.
15 arrested in new European crackdown of peeping tom malware users
Ars Technica
UK: "Illegal use of Remote Access Trojans is a significant cyber crime threat."
How To Raise Venture Capital In A Frothy Market
TechCrunch
Raising venture funding may have just gotten a little tougher. A major investor recently announced that venture capitalists are “taking on an excessive..
Is It The Beginning Of The End For Cable Or Just A New Beginning?
TechCrunch
In mid-October of this year, HBO dropped a bombshell -- albeit a long-rumored one -- with the news that it would launch a standalone streaming service..
Ancient Rhino, Horse Relative Roamed 'Island' of India : DNews
DNews
Fossils suggest the creature originated on the Asian subcontinent while it was still an island.
Flip phones are hip again
CNN
Flip phones are getting popular among the hipster set and other millennials, even in an age of the iPhone 6 and Android phablets.
While You Were Offline: Here's All the Internet You Need to Catch Up On | WIRED
WIRED
Can't keep up with everything people are talking about on the World Wide Web? Don't worry. We read the Internet so you don't have to.
Feminist Hacker Barbie Is Just What Our Little Girls Need | WIRED
WIRED
Everyone hates Mattel's Computer Engineer Barbie book, but we've fallen in love with Feminist Hacker Barbie. She's the brainchild of Kathleen Tuite, an independent computer programmer based near Santa Cruz, California, who spent a half-day on Wednesday hacking together a website where people could re-caption the original book, hacking it to fix all of its pastel-hued problems.
Tech Time Warp of the Week: How Bell Labs Recruited Computer Whizzes in the '70s | WIRED
WIRED
Dennis Ritchie is gone. And Bell Labs is no longer the force it once was. But you can still visit them on the net. In the classic video above, Ritchie is among those who pitch Bell Labs to potential recruits somewhere towards the tail end of its heyday, in the ’70s and on into the…
Our Definitive Ranking of Hunger Games' Most Important Characters | WIRED
WIRED
There are a lot of characters in the Hunger Games franchise. They're actually fairly hard to keep track of. To help prepare you for today's release of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1, we'd like to offer a definitive ranking of each character and why they're important to Panem—just so you can keep them straight.
It's Cold! So Look at Penguins: Photos : DNews
DNews
With the cold weather setting in, why not chill with fun shots of these flightless wonders?
Vine shifts from comedy clips to a valid journalistic tool
the Guardian
Channel 4’s Alex Thomson filmed Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone and shared the short videos on Twitter
Finnish teenagers with sleeping disorders double in last 20 years
the Guardian
Study reveals increase in chronic fatigue may be caused by energy drinks and long exposure to iPad or smartphone screens
What Wilderness Is Good For, In an Image
Motherboard
The capabilities of humans remain astounding.
Italy Sends Its First Female Astronaut Into Space
Motherboard
Also its first espresso machine.
Google’s Nexus 6 Might Be Too Big For Right Now, But Right-Sized For The Future
TechCrunch
As Greg Kumparak noted in the TechCrunch review of the Nexus 6, the phone is very large. Too large, in fact, for most humans. Back when it was just a rumor..
Colombia Is One Of Latin America’s Most Promising New Tech Hubs
TechCrunch
Ten years ago, the idea that Colombia would become a burgeoning hub for any dynamic industry beyond its notorious drug trade would have struck most observers..
Elon Musk Testing ‘X-Wing’ Fins For Reusable Rockets, Seafaring Spaceport Drones For Landing
TechCrunch
Let's face it: Elon Musk is probably a time traveller sent back to help us leave earth behind and achieve the next phase of human evolution. The inventor and..
DNews: Is Another Planet Lurking Beyond Neptune? : DNews
DNews
Our solar system has a handful of bodies exhibiting some strange, highly elliptical orbits. Are they being pulled by a massive planet WAY out there beyond Neptune? Amy Shira Teitel examines what might be causing these objects to behave so oddly.
Citroën Cactus: car review | Martin Love
the Guardian
Citroën’s quirky new Cactus is packed with technology and sharp design details. But is it just too cool? By Martin Love
Former Amazon employee set for hunger strike at Seattle headquarters
the Guardian
Kivin Varghese, who claims he was wrongfully discharged, seeks focus on internet retailer’s business practices
On the road: Kia Soul – car review
the Guardian
It’s big and chunky, but has the new Kia got soul?
How Video Games Are Exploring Our Fear of Police Militarization
Motherboard
It’s all about the police state and the apocalypse.
Our Brutal Winter Is a Beach Vacation Compared to an Arctic 'Icepocalypse'
Motherboard
A new study examines the winter warm streak that locked several Arctic towns in ice for months.
Are Biological Building Blocks the Secret to Machine Consciousness ?
Motherboard
A neuroscientist proposes growing cyborg brains from stem cells.
Gadget Lab Podcast: Uber's in Big Trouble, Even if It's Making Gobs of Money | WIRED
WIRED
There's really no technology story this week bigger than Uber. The hosts discuss. Also, browsers: What's up with them?
UK Government Pushs IP-Matching In Latest Digital Counter-Terror Measure
TechCrunch
ISPs and mobile operators will be forced to retain information linking IP addresses to individuals for 12 months under U.K. government counter-terrorism plans..
Jolla’s Open Source iPad Alternative Raises More Than $1M In Two Days’ Crowdfunding
TechCrunch
Late last week Finnish mobile startup Jolla launched a crowdfunding campaign for a tablet running its open source Sailfish OS, smashing past its initial..
Marketplaces Are Eating Firms
TechCrunch
If software is eating the world, then marketplaces are one of the agents of destruction. Marketplaces are eating every type of firm on the planet. Let’s..
How Inverse Problems Open the Unknowable to Science
Motherboard
Incomplete data can reveal entire worlds.
How Exactly Has Star Wars Made $37 Billion? | WIRED
WIRED
The latest installment of Geek's Guide to the Galaxy looks at the massive business empire of Star Wars.
Gallery: The fuel cell vehicles of the LA Auto Show
Ars Technica
Hydrogen is hip, but other alternative-fuel vehicles were represented too.
The BlackBerry Passport enigma: TCOB-machine or “worst designed thing, ever”
Ars Technica
Review: It’s not your teenager’s smartphone, which is kind of the point.
Highly advanced backdoor trojan cased high-profile targets for years
Ars Technica
"Backdoor Regin" bears a resemblance to Stuxnet, was developed by a wealthy nation.
New battery composed of lots of nanobatteries
Ars Technica
Its batteries all the way down, until you get to the nanotubes.
Jumpy Is An Open-Platform Smartwatch Just For Kids
TechCrunch
A Taipei-based hardware startup called JoyRay wants to create a smartwatch for kids that won’t end up abandoned like the Velveteen Rabbit. Founder and CEO..
Whitney Wolfe, Other Former Tinder Employees To Launch Direct Competitor Called Bumble
TechCrunch
Whitney Wolfe, an early employee at Tinder who sued the company for sexual harassment and workplace discrimination, has joined up with two other early Tinder..
Digital Privacy Is “The New Frontier Of Human Rights”
TechCrunch
The impact of mass, digitally-enabled state surveillance upon individuals' privacy has been described as "the new frontier of human rights" by Member of the..
Dislike That Computer Engineer Barbie Book? This Tool Lets You Rewrite It
TechCrunch
Unless you unplugged your Internet and shut off your phone this week, you've probably heard the tale of Computer Engineer Barbie. I won't spend too much time..
Requiem for a Unicorn
TechCrunch
Editor's Note: Micah Rosenbloom is a Venture Partner at Founder Collective, a seed-stage venture capital fund. Marc Andreessen has said that there are 15..
Thousands Evacuated as WWII Bomb is Found in France : DNews
DNews
Three thousand people were evacuated from their homes in the center of the French city of Rennes Sunday while a huge British bomb from World War II was defused.
Amazon to open fashion photography studio in east London by summer 2015
the Guardian
Firm plans to increase jobs across capital to 5,000 by 2017 as it ramps up interest in fashion sector
Malware spied on companies and governments in 10 countries since 2008
the Guardian
‘Nation state’ most likely behind development of stealth malware Regin, say antivirus experts
What’s the right relationship between technology companies and journalism?
the Guardian
Facebook and other social media are huge deliverers of content and they are also hosting news discussion
This App Lets You Say Hello to an Astronaut in Real Time | WIRED
WIRED
Samantha Cristoforetti is a new breed of social media-savvy astronaut.
The Tool That Helps You Search Every Page You've Ever Visited | WIRED
WIRED
Fetching.io caches every single web page you visit, creating your own personal search engine consisting only of your own browsing history
Henrik Fisker Is Back With a Ferocious $100K Custom Mustang | WIRED
WIRED
A great-looking muscle car from the hands of one of the industry’s greatest designers.
Take a Tour of Facebook's Giant Corporate Art Lab | WIRED
WIRED
Drew Bennett was enjoying Dolores Park one weekend, hanging out with some friends, when his phone rang. Mark Zuckerberg, the caller told him, would be at his studio that afternoon. So Bennett left his friends, hopped on his bike, and pedaled across San Francisco to the Dogpatch, down near the bay. He didn’t expect the…
15 Gifts That Will Definitively Prove You Love Your Dog | WIRED
WIRED
Do you love your dog? Then you should probably buy him more stuff.
15 Gifts That Will Definitively Prove You Love Your Dog | WIRED
WIRED
Do you love your dog? Then you should probably buy him more stuff.
15 Gifts That Will Definitively Prove You Love Your Dog | WIRED
WIRED
Do you love your dog? Then you should probably buy him more stuff.
15 Gifts That Will Definitively Prove You Love Your Dog | WIRED
WIRED
Do you love your dog? Then you should probably buy him more stuff.
15 Gifts That Will Definitively Prove You Love Your Dog | WIRED
WIRED
Do you love your dog? Then you should probably buy him more stuff.

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How Exactly Has Star Wars Made $37 Billion? | WIRED
WIRED
The latest installment of Geek's Guide to the Galaxy looks at the massive business empire of Star Wars.
Gallery: The fuel cell vehicles of the LA Auto Show
Ars Technica
Hydrogen is hip, but other alternative-fuel vehicles were represented too.
The BlackBerry Passport enigma: TCOB-machine or “worst designed thing, ever”
Ars Technica
Review: It’s not your teenager’s smartphone, which is kind of the point.
Highly advanced backdoor trojan cased high-profile targets for years
Ars Technica
"Backdoor Regin" bears a resemblance to Stuxnet, was developed by a wealthy nation.
New battery composed of lots of nanobatteries
Ars Technica
Its batteries all the way down, until you get to the nanotubes.
Jumpy Is An Open-Platform Smartwatch Just For Kids
TechCrunch
A Taipei-based hardware startup called JoyRay wants to create a smartwatch for kids that won’t end up abandoned like the Velveteen Rabbit. Founder and CEO..
Digital Privacy Is “The New Frontier Of Human Rights”
TechCrunch
The impact of mass, digitally-enabled state surveillance upon individuals' privacy has been described as "the new frontier of human rights" by Member of the..
Whitney Wolfe, Other Former Tinder Employees To Launch Direct Competitor Called Bumble
TechCrunch
Whitney Wolfe, an early employee at Tinder who sued the company for sexual harassment and workplace discrimination, has joined up with two other early Tinder..
Dislike That Computer Engineer Barbie Book? This Tool Lets You Rewrite It
TechCrunch
Unless you unplugged your Internet and shut off your phone this week, you've probably heard the tale of Computer Engineer Barbie. I won't spend too much time..
Requiem for a Unicorn
TechCrunch
Editor's Note: Micah Rosenbloom is a Venture Partner at Founder Collective, a seed-stage venture capital fund. Marc Andreessen has said that there are 15..
Thousands Evacuated as WWII Bomb is Found in France : DNews
DNews
Three thousand people were evacuated from their homes in the center of the French city of Rennes Sunday while a huge British bomb from World War II was defused.
Amazon to open fashion photography studio in east London by summer 2015
the Guardian
Firm plans to increase jobs across capital to 5,000 by 2017 as it ramps up interest in fashion sector
Malware spied on companies and governments in 10 countries since 2008
the Guardian
‘Nation state’ most likely behind development of stealth malware Regin, say antivirus experts
What’s the right relationship between technology companies and journalism?
the Guardian
Facebook and other social media are huge deliverers of content and they are also hosting news discussion
This App Lets You Say Hello to an Astronaut in Real Time | WIRED
WIRED
Samantha Cristoforetti is a new breed of social media-savvy astronaut.
The Tool That Helps You Search Every Page You've Ever Visited | WIRED
WIRED
Fetching.io caches every single web page you visit, creating your own personal search engine consisting only of your own browsing history
Henrik Fisker Is Back With a Ferocious $100K Custom Mustang | WIRED
WIRED
A great-looking muscle car from the hands of one of the industry’s greatest designers.
15 Gifts That Will Definitively Prove You Love Your Dog | WIRED
WIRED
Do you love your dog? Then you should probably buy him more stuff.
Take a Tour of Facebook's Giant Corporate Art Lab | WIRED
WIRED
Drew Bennett was enjoying Dolores Park one weekend, hanging out with some friends, when his phone rang. Mark Zuckerberg, the caller told him, would be at his studio that afternoon. So Bennett left his friends, hopped on his bike, and pedaled across San Francisco to the Dogpatch, down near the bay. He didn’t expect the…

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