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  1. Bankrupt RadioShack wants to sell off user dataRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The New Zealand Herald

    The demise of RadioShack left techies with one less place to congregate and buy obscure batteries and soldering equipment. And if that wasn't bad enough, now the bankrupt company is trying to sell off the devotees' data.

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  2. Nintendo delays the release of the Wii U's 'Zelda' gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Los Angeles Times

    Early footage of the Wii U's take on "The Legend of Zelda" franchise has wowed fans, showing the game's hero, Link, riding off into the wilderness on a horse and then soaring into the air to fire a magical bow. Fans, however, are going to have to wait a while to go adventuring with Link.

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  3. Double Or Triple Top, Slowing Adds, Increasing Content Costs Spell Doom For NetflixRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Seeking Alpha

    Content costs are rising roughly an order of magnitude faster than revenues; and NFLX is still losing lots of good titles. Netflix provides internet television/movie streaming services to subscribers.

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  4. 'The Legend of Zelda' Wii U version pushed out of 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Engadget

    Nintendo's Legend of Zelda game in development for Wii U is no longer due out in 2015, producer Eiji Aonuma announced in a video today. "I must apologize to you all that were expecting the game by year's end, but we are no longer making a 2015 release our number one priority," Aonuma says.

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  5. Newly released audit shows major compliance issues at ASURead the original story

    Friday | WTVM

    The Alabama Department of Examiners of Public Accounts released its latest audit of Alabama State University Friday, revealing notable compliance issues surrounding spending by university officials. The audit lists compliance issues involving bid contracts stemming from construction of the stadium and questionable expenses connected to hotel stays during the Magic City Classic and Turkey Day Classic among other issues.

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  6. Homeowner worried about temporary cell phone tower on his downtown Charleston streetRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | ABC News 4 Charleston

    During the Cooper River Bridge Run, it can be hard for people to get cell reception, but a temporary cell tower in the middle of a downtown Charleston neighborhood near Marion Square prompted a concerned neighbor to call ABC News 4. Henrietta Street homeowner Tom Jermyn said he was concerned recently when he noticed a change in the view from his front door; he saw construction workers installing what looked like a temporary cell phone tower "About 10 days ago, I saw them putting up what looked like a cellular tower. I was concerned because there are kids on this block," Jermyn said.

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  7. French self-driving car goes for a spin around Paris monumentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | ITworld

    That's what you get when you demonstrate your latest technology at the National Army Museum in central Paris, as French companies Safran and Valeo did on Friday. Safran, a defense contractor, and Valeo, an automotive parts manufacturer, kitted out a Volkswagen CC with radar, lidar and all-round cameras for their demonstration, and let it loose on a winding track around the museum grounds.

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  8. JDS Uniphase: This Optical Components Supplier Can Deliver More UpsideRead the original story

    Friday | GuruFocus.com

    ... security pigments delivered in excess of 110 countries. In addition, Uniphase is working in tandem with consumer electronics companies, and focused on developing 3-D sensing features. Also, the company is focusing on high-volume opportunities with ...

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  9. Here's Why 3M Belongs In Your PortfolioRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | GuruFocus.com

    ... example of one of these companies. 3M operates under the following segments: industrial, safety and graphic, electronics and energy, health care and the highly visible consumer segment. Some of the more well-known consumer products include its ...

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  10. Streaming video services battle it outRead the original story

    Friday | SFGate

    A business traveler watches a movie on a streaming service in Linthicum Heights, Md. About 2 in 5 households subscribe to at least one service.

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  11. Tiny 3D-printed retro TV set plays B-movies for your BarbiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Engadget

    The Philco Predicta television is a 1950s design icon and one of the most easily recognizable television models in history, what with its detached picture tube and nearly flat screen. Unfortunately, finding a working example these days is nearly impossible -- that is, unless you 3D-print one yourself like the crafty geniuses at FormLabs have.

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  12. New 2015 Camry XLE seriously improved and an excitingly comfortable driveRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Examiner.com

    The new 2015 Toyota Camry continues to impress us with its significantly improved styling and updated engineering that translates to a more exciting and pleasingly comfortable drive and ride experience - making Camry more appealing to a broader range of consumers as demonstrated through its two top level models, the new and very sporty XSE and its premium level partner, the XLE. As we told you in our review of the 2015 Camry XSE last November, the new Camry is the result of Toyota recognizing that the then current gen model was considerably short on style and engineering when compared to emerging competition and - though still the top seller - was losing appeal to consumers.

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  13. The Terrible Uncertainty of the Thing DescribedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | San Francisco Magazine

    Starting this weekend, the San Francisco Art Institute , in collaboration with SFMoMa's On the Go campaign, hosts the 1987 multimedia electronic installation by Bay Area artist Doug Hall, The Terrible Uncertainty of the Thing Described . Without exageration, this is the most incredible piece of art by the internationally renowned artist.

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  14. Counting raindrops and courting Warren Buffett - all in a day's work for Bellevue coupleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Business Journal

    David Gartland and his wife Shannon Underwood own and operate one of the few remaining industrial property development companies in the Seattle region. They've pre-leased a 200,000-square-foot project they're building in Everett to two growing companies, Electric Mirror and Cort.

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  15. Cellphonecases.com CEO Lauds the New Samsung Galaxy S6 Upcoming ReleaseRead the original story

    Friday | Customer Interaction Solutions

    The newly designed phone has already racked up 20 million pre-orders along with its sidekick the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge. "This phone is amazing in terms of its design and technology, and I can see why it has the Internet world all abuzz," said Simon.

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  16. VelaSense Object Recognition Technology for the Blind was unveiled at ...Read the original story

    Friday | Customer Interaction Solutions

    The VelaSenseA mobile platform incorporates applications that empower these individuals to lead more independent, productive and fulfilling lives. VelaSenseA will now incorporate Object Recognition Technology which will allow users to identify objects from a one million object database, that is ever expanding, as well as create customized object databases for personal use.

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  17. New apps to help business get in step with mobile customersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | West Australian

    Nine months after Apple and IBM began working together on building mobile apps for businesses, some of the first fruits are about to appear at UK pharmacy chain Boots, which has begun equipping store employees with iPads to serve shoppers in the aisles. These customer service apps are part of a bid by Boots to encourage consumers to pre-order cosmetics and toiletries online, similar to calling ahead for medical prescriptions, while turning its 2,500 retail outlets into convenient pick-up points.

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  18. Police investigate multiple car break-ins: Shaker Heights police blotterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Cleveland.com

    Theft, Lindholm Road: On March 26, three people reported that someone entered their unlocked vehicles in their driveways. A pair of sunglasses was missing from one vehicle.

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  19. Save $130 on this Canon PowerShot SX520 Digital CameraRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Albany Times Union

    Business Insider's Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. And full disclosure: Business Insider has affiliate partnerships so we may get a share of the revenue from your purchase.

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  20. Researchers show air-gapped systems susceptible to attackRead the original story

    Friday | Government Computer News

    For many years, common wisdom held that air-gapped systems provided the most secure platform in classified government and financial systems because they are physically isolated from other machines, networks and the Internet. One of the benefits of these systems is that they are only compromised if one is able to gain physical access to the machines.

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