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Download your Google search history for some amusing reading

Google collects a lot of data about its users -- a lot of data. Much of this data is used for advertising purposes but there's also a lot of data that you might want to make use of yourself... even if it's only for entertainment. All those searches you pe (feeds.betanews)


American broadcasters turn up the volume on misguided campaign to enable FM tuners in smartphones

Millions of consumers have switched off their radios in favor of music and commentary streamed over the internet, a trend that many in the terrestrial broadcast industry allege has been bolstered by device makers and wireless carriers who have cons (appleinsider)


This machine catches stingrays: Pwnie Express demos cellular threat detector

An exclusive first look at Pwnie\s new tool for catching cellular network attacks. (feeds.arstechnica)


Genetically modified crops? Nature got there first

The sweet potato has been genetically engineered by bacteria. (feeds.arstechnica)


What?s Inside Jell-O? Lots of Sugar and, Well, Cowhide

Back when the future was bright, and every night was Family Night, it was the gleaming Technicolor finale of suburban suppers ... The post What& (feeds.wired)


GhostBuster 1.0.5.0

GhostBuster enumerates all devices, detects ghosted devices and removes these if they match selectable devices types and/or devices classes with a single mouse-click.Copyright Betanews, Inc. 2015 (feeds.fileforum)


Google to discontinue YouTube support on older iOS devices, Apple TVs

The YouTube app will no longer function on many older iOS devices and Apple TVs after today, a consequence of the YouTube Data API being updated to support newer features, according to an official Google document. (appleinsider)


Woman sues Google claiming she lost ?thousands? through Google Play Store hack

Google never reimbursed her after agreeing that the purchases weren't hers, she says. (feeds.arstechnica)


Netflix Is Betting On Exclusive Programming

An anonymous reader writes: You may have heard of the recent launch of the new Daredevil TV show, and possibly the hit shows House of Cards and Orange is the New Black. They're all original programming from Netflix — the company that used to just ma (rss.slashdot)


FOSS Is Everywhere, Dell's New Linux Try & More...

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Better battery imaging paves way for renewable energy future

In a move that could improve the energy storage of everything from portable electronics to electric microgrids, researchers have developed a novel X-ray imaging technique to visualize and study the electrochemical reactions in lithium-ion rechargeable bat (feeds.sciencedaily)


Concept cars ? why bother?

Chevy has unveiled their spiffy FNR concept car that features ?dragonfly? swing doors, motorized hubless wheels and front seats can swivel 180 degrees - trouble is you'll never be able to buy one. Advertising concept cars chevy Driverless (feedproxy.google)


DailyDirt: No More Urban Legends Of Waking Up In A Bathtub Without Your Kidneys...

There are plenty of ethical issues with organ transplants and how to handle the undersupply of donors. Hopefully, medical science is getting advanced enough to grow organs and eliminate the shortage of organs for patients who need them. Here are just a fe (feedproxy.google)


Latest LG G4 teaser touts the professional merits of its F1.8 shooter

LG continued its G4 teaser push today with a new video that puts the focus on that F1.8 lens. The teaser follows photographer Colby Brown as he uses the G4 to capture some pretty great images. Along the way, Brown touts the camera's ability to capture a (feedproxy.google)


It looks like Marissa Mayer drove a pretty hard bargain with Microsoft (YHOO, MSFT)

Last week, Marissa Mayer took a big step toward undoing one of her predecessor's business deals by renegotiating Yahoo's search contract with Microsoft. Before, Yahoo and Bing had an exclusive search deal. All of Yahoo's search listings and paid search ad (feedproxy.google)


Driving A Brushless DC Motor Sloooooooowly

Driving a brushless DC (gimbal) motor can be a pain in the transistors. [Ignas] has written up a nice article not only explaining how to do just this with an Arduino, but also explaining a little bit on how the process works. He uses a L6234 Three Phase M (hackaday)


This is what a 'Game of Thrones' spring break looks like

Crave's Eric Mack recently went for a long drive around Iceland scoping out the locations where 'Game of Thrones' was filmed and learned a thing or two about life 'beyond the Wall.' (feedproxy.google)


Nokia to make smartphone market comeback in 2016

Sources claim firm will challenge HTC and Samsung in Android space (feeds.theinquirer)


Google wants you to download your web search history

Wondering what you were searching for online a few years ago? You now have a (relatively) easy way to find out. Google has quietly trotted out an option to download your entire search history. So long as you searched using your Google account, you'll... (engadget)


Wine development release 1.7.41

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