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Trying out the new +Google Spaces with a topic I'm interested in, dealing with #SmartCities and #SmartCommunities. Feel free to join in the conversation:

https://goo.gl/spaces/NJYaE22K2TfUdXw17 

Anyone heard when 6.0.1 might be coming to Moto X Pure 2015? Hoping the update brings the new emoji set and the ability to turn on Marshmallow's native Ambient Display when Moto Display is turned off.

FAIL: Both Apple Music & YouTube Music have access to my historical music interests from iTunes and Google Music, yet neither of them use it to help to expose music / videos they both should know I would like. Seems like a no-brainer, but instead I'd have to start all over to train these new services. Gonna stick with Spotify.

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Comcast to roll out Gigabit Pro service to #Nashville — up to 2 Gigabit speeds. #competition

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What if this guy is Zefram Cochran, 49 years early?
“You’re not supposed to be able to do this,” Pares says.

At just 100 watts of power, he claims an electrical field created by his arrays is ever so slightly condensing space in front of the motor, the way you’d squeeze coils on a Slinky.

Not many people have seen this. Some aren’t willing to look. Pares has submitted papers to journals and proposals to conventions. When he does get a response at all, he’s told his discovery is “premature.”

“It is so far out there, he’s not going to get funding to do it,” says Jack Kasher, a retired physics professor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. “If it’s going to be done, it’s going to be done in his garage.”

http://bit.ly/1wRSuZr

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As +Danny Sullivan writes, Google associating Adwords conversions to physical store visits is huge.
This is huge — Google telling advertisers it can tell if someone actually turned up in their stores

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This sounds really interesting — TMobile really innovating in its use of spectrum:

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While the roll over stash of data is a good announcement, network upgrades are better:

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We make the leading EV in Tennessee, but we don't buy them...as much as other states:

#tflu
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