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Do all of our dancing baby videos belong to Prince?
Years after Stephanie Lenz uploaded a video to YouTube, precedent will be set.
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Again this screenshot?
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To win back users, future Firefox release will aim to be "uniquely Firefox."
XUL is on the way out. New features will focus on being "uniquely Firefox."
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How about integrating WebP +Mozilla Firefox?

https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=856375
- More than 2 years old
- 7 duplicates
- 194 comments (which are blocked since 03/2014)
- Facebook themselves pushing Mozilla devs to support this format (https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=856375#c54)
- And still no convincing arguments about why the Mozilla devs doesn't want this format (the format is stable now and you're JPEG lib doesn't do alpha channel, so it's not a competitor)

>_>

PS: I'm a Firefox user, I don't like Chrome mainly because of the "works better on Chrome" bullshit that reminds me a bit too much of IE's strategy. That being said, Mozilla's devs should admit that WebP format is a good format that should be supported by Firefox.
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If your iPhone is low on battery before a Hand To God Broadway showing, please note the outlets on stage are fake.
The man was heckled as ushers unplugged his phone from a fake wall.
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iPhone battery life. Hahahaha Lulz...
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A lesson in how not to create a PC gaming/console hybrid that can handle streaming—the Infinium Phantom
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+Mike DeSimone I remember reading about it years ago. I think the best way to describe it is a Steam machine executed in the worst possible way. Here's a pretty good synopsis of it: http://www.penny-arcade.com/S=0/comic/2006/01/30
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Who knew Terminator vision would actually change our world (if we use it right)
With info overlaid on our vision, "cool" doesn’t equal "useful" or even "safe."
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"It's hard to explain to people the benefits if they haven't had that experience."
A report from the National Academy of Sciences looks at barriers and adoption.
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+Edward Holland​ Again, you're talking about the Model S. I'm talking about the Model III, which will be in an entirely different economic class and quite comparable to a Honda Accord or Toyota Camry in terms of financing. Please go Google "Tesla Model III" and read up about it. Thanks. 
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As the Hacking Team leak continues to unfold, a-n-o-t-h-e-r Flash 0day has surfaced.
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"The evilest technology on Earth"
Imagine "explaining the evilest technology on earth," company CEO joked last month.
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"We screwed up. Not just on July 2, but also over the past several years. We haven’t communicated well, and we have surprised moderators and the community with big changes."
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Newegg CLO: "Judges aren't gods. They also have to follow the laws of the land. Parties in the legal process have a duty to challenge injustice whenever possible, or at least to call injustice out."
A judge's inaction leads Newegg to file an extraordinary petition.
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Here's what we're playing this year:
Our staff's picks include giant new titles and old-school comfort food.
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We're not impressed with Apple Music.
Too many rough edges mar Apple's late entry to music-streaming ecosystem.
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I was very disappointed. I was hoping they would revamp beats more. I will be sticking with spotify.
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