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Analysis shows house prices almost entirely responsible for rising wealth inequality #Piketty http://econ.st/1ETyGr7
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Here are 35 surprising ways that #QNX touches our lives every day: http://blck.by/1CzXyWY
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Why not build your own luck?! #HappyStPatricksDay 

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Boys are being outclassed by girls at both school and university, and the gap is widening http://econ.st/1MboKMZ
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A photograph of the nine qubit device. Qubits interact with their nearest neighbors to detect and correct errors. (credit: Julian Kelly) In what they are
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+Vanity Fair weighs in on the all-wheel drive Model S P85D.
Brett Berk drives the new Tesla and tests out the “insane mode” setting.
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Glenn Greenwald's conclusion at the end of this article is interesting:

[-] one of two things is true: 1) the U.S. actually threatened Germany that it would refrain from notifying them of terrorist plots against German citizens and thus deliberately leave them vulnerable to violent attacks, or 2) some combination of high officials from the U.S. and/or German governments are invoking such fictitious threats in order to manipulate and scare the German public into believing that asylum for Snowden will endanger their lives. Both are obviously noteworthy, though it’s hard to say which is worse.
Sigmar Gabriel claims U.S. officials said they would withhold reports of terror plots against Germans if Berlin offered asylum to the NSA whistleblower.
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Chrome Canary is advertising HTTP/2 support (final draft), via "h2" token: bit.ly/1O3rMVn - woot! Now's the time to test your HTTP/2 server(s).
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The faucet creates intricate patterns in the water flow - and saves water too.
A faucet designed by a Royal College of Art student employs cunning perforations to create a gorgeously patterned flow of water.
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The United Nations is deservedly proud of having already met its goal of halving the share of people living in extreme poverty by the end of this year, compared with the level of 1990. In 1990, 36% of the world’s population lived in abject poverty. By 2010 this was down to 18%. Now the UN is expected to set its sights on a new target: the complete elimination of extreme poverty by 2030. The goal is a worthy one, but increasingly out of reach http://econ.st/1M94JVc
AN UNWIELDY forum, the United Nations struggles to get nations to agree to firm targets, let alone achieve them. So it is deservedly proud of having already met its...
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Kernighan is writing a new book: The Go Programming Language. Does this mean that Go has now officially replaced C?
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  • Royal Institute of Technology
    PhD, 2009 - present
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Scandinavian (Sweden, Norway and Denmark should be one country), Programmer, Pankrationist, Pâtissier, PhD student & Nascent Entrepreneur.
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  • Royal Institute of Technology
    Doktorand, 2009 - present
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Cambridge, England - Oslo, Norway
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Are you a BlackBerry Z30 owner whose update to BlackBerry OS 10.3.1 didn't go so well? If so, you might be able to apply for an extended lim

Hub2Watch brings Hub notifications to your Pebble smartwatch | CrackBerr...
crackberry.com

The Pebble smartwatch isn't officially supported by BlackBerry themselves, but we do have a pretty awesome third party client in the form of

Upsetting the Apple car
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APPLE’S ability to make desirable iGadgets designed for easy portability is beyond question. Reports emerged this week that it is planning t

Germany gives thumbs-up to BlackBerry's acquisition of Secusmart
crackberry.com

Germany has backed BlackBerry's acquisition of mobile security company Secusmart. The government wanted to make sure that the purchase would

Dette bildet av norske Paal går verden rundt - VG Nett om USA
www.vg.no

Norske Paal Zandstra Krokeide ble heiet frem av forbipasserende da han gikk på ski til jobb i New York.

BBM
market.android.com

The OFFICIAL version of BBM™ from BlackBerry is now here for Android. Get the free BBM app for the best way to stay connected with friends a

Finnairs nya business class Helsingfors-Bangkok - BusinessClass.se
www.businessclass.se

En bra business class produkt för resor till och från Asien. Det märks att Finnair försökt skapa vad många affärsresenärer vill ha: En flygu

How to remain secure against NSA surveillance
www.theguardian.com

Bruce Schneier: The NSA has huge capabilities – and if it wants in to your computer, it's in. With that in mind, here are five ways we can p

Microsoft Enters Into $7.1B Deal To Buy Nokia’s Devices And Services Bus...
techcrunch.com

TechCrunch is a leading technology media property, dedicated to obsessively profiling startups, reviewing new Internet products, and breakin

- Innvandrere bak alle anmeldte overfallsvoldtekter i Oslo
www.aftenposten.no

Samtlige som er anmeldt for overfallsvoldtekter i Oslo de siste tre årene, er innvandrere med ikke-vestlig bakgrunn.

Voldtektstiltalt fratatt norsk statsborgerskap
www.aftenposten.no

Utlendingsdirektoratet (UDI) har trukket tilbake det norske statsborgerskapet til en 40 år gammel egypter som står tiltalt for åtte overfall

AMAZING: Burglars Have A Change Of Heart
www.huffingtonpost.com

When burglars in San Bernardino County, Calif., realized the computers they'd stolen were from a nonprofit that helps victims of sexual viol

Volvo Gave Away the Most Important Design They Ever Patented
priceonomics.com

In 1959, Volvo invented the 3 point seat belt we use today. Then they gave the design away for all other car manufacturers to use for free.

Google App Engine: Lock in, what lock in?
venturebeat.com

On occasion I encounter the argument that Google App Engine is a proprietary platform, which implies lock-in, which many developers consider

Stack Exchange
plus.google.com

Making the Internet a better place to get awesome answers

Athlete’s dilemma
www.economist.com

TWO sprinters may have got caught doing it this week. And a cyclist didn’t do it, but it is so common in his sport that what he did do witho

Iron.io Blog: How We Went from 30 Servers to 2: Go
blog.iron.io

When we built the first version of IronWorker, about 3 years ago, it was written in Ruby and the API was built on Rails. It didn't take long

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