Google now offering 4 month free trial for Google Play Music/YouTube Red

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Elon Musk Says Life Is Almost Definitely A Simulation

We’re probably not living in « base reality »Elon Musk is pretty sure that we’re in some sort of simulation.At Code Conference this

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Great white shark tracking goes mobile

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Facebook now lets you fundraise on behalf of non-profit organizations

When people participate in events like the AIDS Walk San Francisco, which raises money for Bay Area organizations fighting the AIDS epidemic, you often see people post on Facebook that theyre looking for donations. Today, Facebook is rolling out the ability for everyday people to fundraise on

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President Obama should pardon Edward Snowden before leaving office

For the last three years, one month, and seven days, Edward Snowden has been living in exile from the United States. On May 20th, 2013, he boarded a flight from Hawaii to Hong Kong after setting in motion the most powerful public act of

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Google Cast now built right into Chrome (extension no longer needed)

Google products and services should work seamlessly with each other, which is why many of us have wondered why using Google Cast on Chrome has

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This easy Mac shortcut makes an emoji keyboard pop up anywhere you can type

Every now and then, it’s fun to type an emoji, even when no emoji keyboard appears to be present.Like this 👍.If you’re on a Mac, there’s a simple three key command that will change the game.Just hold down control + command + the space bar at the same time anytime you see a cursor.Up pops an emoji

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Das Keyboard is crowdfunding a cloud-connected mechanical keyboard

Everythings internet-connected, so why not your keyboard? Das Keyboard launched a Kickstarter yesterday for its 5Q, which it hopes will be the first cloud-connected keyboard on the market. What exactly does a cloud-connected keyboard do? It allows users to retrieve information online and color

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Illinois man to plead guilty in celebrity iCloud hacking case

(Reuters) An Illinois man accused of breaking into the Apple iCloud and Gmail accounts of celebrities to obtain their private photos and videos has agreed to plead guilty to a felony computer hacking charge, prosecutors said on Friday.Edward Majerczyk, 28, facing up to five years in prison, is

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