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It's the new (old) Opera.
Uber-customizable browser goes against the IE-Safari-Chrome-Firefox grain.
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Vivaldi has the worst bookmark manager imaginable. They can keep it for that reason. Google is about to make a major change to Chrome's bookmark manager too. I hope there'll be an opt-out. I don't want to spend half my day looking for something in there.
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The Huawei Watch​... a smartwatch that looks like a watch!
Huawei surprises MWC with an all-metal smartwatch with a sapphire crystal cover.
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"I never even entertained the fact that I would wind up in prison out here for something I put on Facebook in the United States." 
Mechanic accused of slandering his employer, which is illegal in the Emirates.
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+Tony Coyle In Mexico they are begining  to do that, it's part of the new financial trade agreement, like NAFTA but for financial services around the world. Shit is scary.
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Internet providers need the "freedom" to block and throttle Internet traffic.
Internet providers need the freedom to block and throttle Internet traffic.
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I would like to see the bill myself, so I can make up my own mind. I guess they think the american people are to stupid to think for themselves. 
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CBS just complicated the lives of all tech pros with older, in the CBS Demographic relatives.
Irony alert: Leaked show is about stamping out cyber crime.
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Next month? Plenty of time to binge S1 of True Detective before S2 rolls around.
Apple TV will get the standalone streaming service when it launches in April.
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"I know the Morpheus system would never allow me to spin around, 360 degrees, and start firing at enemies coming from behind me. The single PlayStation camera mounted on the TV would easily lose the position of my guns as they disappeared behind my body and arms.

With Vive, developers don't have to worry about this kind of problem."
If other systems put you in a VR cage, Vive frees you to explore a full VR room.
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Why is there a ghost mouth in his neck? 
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A Microsoft​ engineer showed up in the comments yesterday to take bug fixes—they're committed to this Office for Mac​ initiative.
Windows is king in Microsoft Office world, but this beta shows promise.
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And now, hands-on with the smartwatch made for The Incredible Hulk​.
One is a nice jewelry watch, the other is a wrist-crushing monster with LTE.
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Expect some watch, but there are other Apple devices worth monitoring.
The Apple Watch will get the spotlight, but a few Mac updates are long overdue.
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As reader @digitaldogsaz put it on Twitter: "So now #bluray disks are on the list of things not to run from untrusted sources. If you still use disks that is."
In the beginning there were USB worms. Now, the threat has migrated to DVDs.
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That's why you scan them before you rip/play them..
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Pre #HouseOfCards S1 we talked to creator Beau Willimon. “[Netflix has] got real heavyweights among the best in the business and I think you’re going to see the gravitation toward this model continue.“
Beau Willimon talked to Ars about how the streaming company is changing TV's rules.
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They need to do one in honor of Lenard Nimoy, Star Trek-House of Spock.  A Science Fiction Political Thriller from the POV of Vulcan (or it's refugees).
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