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May 20, 2015

2015's shortlist for the MacRobert Award


May 20, 2015

A company that sells software for parents to spy on their children denies the personal data of 400,000 customers has been leaked online.


May 20, 2015

PayPal agrees to pay $25m following accusations that it deceived customers by signing them up to a credit-card-like scheme without their knowledge.


May 20, 2015

Airbus suggests that a military plane crash might have been caused by a problem with the software that controlled its engines.


May 20, 2015

Searching a racist word and "house" on Google takes you to the home of the US President, Barack Obama.


May 19, 2015 | 1 reads


ZDNet

Tweets return to Google for US mobile users only
ZDNet
Google has regained the ability to use real-time tweets in its search results ending a four year absence of content from Twitter being shown in the search engine. The new agreement between the two companies will see tweets appear for users of US users ...
Digits: News DigestWall Street Journal
Twitter-Google Deal Puts Tweets in Search ResultsNDTV
Google renews tie-up with TwitterIndependent Online

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May 19, 2015 | 1 reads


New York Times

Takata Admits Airbag Defects; Recall Widens to Include 34 Million Cars
New York Times
For more than a decade, Takata, one of the largest suppliers of airbags, denied that its products were defective even as motorists were killed by exploding airbags and automakers around the world recalled millions of cars equipped with its products.
The Short List: Takata recall; Calls for a truce in Waco; Sam Smith's surgeryUSA TODAY

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May 19, 2015 | 2 reads


Engadget

Popcorn Time-like pirate movie streaming comes to the web (for now)
Engadget
Popcorn Time's less-than-legit movie streaming has been available on lots of devices, but the web? Not so much. However, some enterprising developers have seen fit to make that happen in an unofficial capacity. Meet Popcorn in Your Browser, a simple ...
'Netflix for Pirated Movies' Now Works in Your BrowserPC Magazine
Popcorn Time Can Now Be Streamed In Your BrowserUbergizmo (blog)
Popcorn Time gains an in-browser viewing optionSlashGear
TechSpot -Gizmodo Australia
all 23 news articles »


May 19, 2015 | 1 reads


Los Angeles Times

Evolution abandoned giant pandas after they switched to a bamboo diet
Los Angeles Times
A giant panda may look like a vegetarian on the outside, but it definitely looks like a carnivore on the inside. A genetic analysis of 121 samples of panda poop finds that the community of microbes living inside these animals' guts is optimized to digest meat.
Why Pandas Eat So Much Bamboo: They Can Bear-ly Digest ItNewsweek
Panda Poo Reveals a Mismatched GutScience Times
Bamboo-eating giant pandas not adept at digesting bamboo: studyecns
Nature.com
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May 19, 2015 | 1 reads


The Indian Express

LG Watch Urbane smartwatch at Rs 30000
The Indian Express
The LG Watch Urbane has finally arrived in India. The smartwatch was globally unveiled at the MWC 2015. Powered by the latest version of Android Wear, the LG Watch Urbane works with smartphones running Android 4.3 and above. Priced at Rs 30,000, ...
Android Wear update brings WiFi to select smartwatchesEngadget
Android Wear update with Wi-Fi support and emoji is rolling out nowThe Verge
Android Wear 5.1.1 now rolling out with Wi-Fi support and ability to draw emojiPocket-lint.com
Softpedia News
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