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  1. Two Wheelock Terrace Residents Celebrate 100 YearsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | CNN

    At Wheelock Terrace Assisted Living Community, residents Milton Hurwitz and Fred Phillips share a special bond. Both men are part of the Centenarian Club, with Fred having turned 100 in January and Milton getting ready to celebrate his 102nd birthday.

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  2. Empathetic budgies yawn when they see their peers do the sameRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | New Scientist

    The common pet budgerigar is loved for its ability to mimic its owners. But it has another special trick - it can catch yawns from other budgies, suggesting it has some kind of empathy.

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  3. Nearly 20 percent of Start-Up NY participants call Long Island homeRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Newsday

    Nearly 20 percent of Start-Up NY participants call Long Island home, and you can search our database to see who those start-ups are. Tax-free zones at Stony Brook University and Farmingdale State College have attracted a diverse group of technology companies that specialize in every thing from vaccines and robots to medical devices and energy.

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  4. Word Automation using OpenXML and C# without Word InteropRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | The Code Project

    Are you looking for a way to use Word automation ? want to deal with word documents programmatically ? Go through this article, it will help you to deal with Word Automation without Interop using C# and OpenXML I have seen many developers struggling to deal with word documents programatically, There are couple of ways to deal with Word documents Now a days DOCX files are getting popular day by day, due their very light and faster in processing, DOCX is the magical result of ZIP and XML combination. So it is clear that if we able to manage XML's we can able to manage DOCX too.

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  5. New Dell IoT Gateways Deliver Solutions That Will Speed Industry TransformationRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Freshnews

    Dell today announced the formation of a division focused on bringing together end-to-end IoT solutions that span hardware, software and services. Its first product release is a gateway designed to help customers kick-start their solution development and begin realizing the value of IoT immediately.

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  6. Gene study shows humans took Egyptian path out of AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | New Scientist

    Anatomically modern humans migrated out of Africa , but where and how? For years, researchers have argued about whether anatomically modern humans took the northern route through Egypt into Eurasia, or the southern route via the Arabian peninsula. Genomic analysis of hundreds of people from the area reveals that we took the high road - but that's far from the end of the story.

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  7. Lost memories recovered in mice with a flash of lightRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | New Scientist

    Memories that seem to be lost forever may be lurking in the brain after all, ready to be reawakened. The finding, based on experiments in mice, could eventually give us a way to revive When we learn something, sets of neurons in the brain strengthen their mutual connections to lay down lasting memories.

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  8. PC Shipments Will Continue To Decline in 2015 as Windows 10 Launch...Read the original story

    2 hrs ago | Freshnews

    Worldwide PC shipments are expected to fall by -6.2% in 2015 according to the International Data Corporation Worldwide Quarterly PC Tracker . This will be the fourth consecutive year of declining volume as the PC market continues to struggle with competition from tablets and smartphones and generally low demand.

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  9. Like routers, most USB modems also vulnerable to drive-by hackingRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | PC World

    The majority of 3G and 4G USB modems offered by mobile operators to their customers have vulnerabilities in their Web-based management interfaces that could be exploited remotely when users visit compromised websites. The flaws could allow attackers to steal or manipulate text messages, contacts, Wi-Fi settings or the DNS configuration of affected modems, but also to execute arbitrary commands on their underlying operating systems.

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  10. Learn about the latest self-tracking tech at the 2015 Quantified Self Expo in SF, 6/20/2015Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Boing Boing

    In 2007, my friends Gary Wolf and Kevin Kelly founded the Quantified Self. The purpose is to investigate and share technologies and practices to help people understand themselves.

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  11. MPublicite-RegieObs And Teads Announce Exclusive Partnership To...Read the original story

    2 hrs ago | Freshnews

    Teads, the inventors of outstream video advertising and global monetization platform for publishers, today announced a partnership with MPublicite-RegieObs, to deliver outstream video advertising to audiences across their premium digital news properties, including Le Monde. MPublicite-RegieObs will leverage Teads' SSP to drive increased revenue from video advertising on their digital properties.

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  12. Keeping Your Privacy Promises: Retail Tracking and Opt-Out ChoicesRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | JD Supra

    As children, many of us were taught how important it is to "keep your word." Similarly, it is black letter privacy law that if a company commits to certain actions or practices, such as maintaining certain security features or implementing consumers' choices on opt-outs, the organization must abide by those practices.

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  13. Federal Circuit Panel Reaffirms "Single Entity Rule"...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | JD Supra

    On May 13, 2015, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit again considered the circumstances in which a defendant may be liable for direct infringement under 35 U.S.C. 271 when multiple actors carry out the required steps of a patented process. In a sharply divided panel decision, the court ruled that while principles of vicarious liability apply to direct infringement, liability is not available under joint tort concepts, such as "concert in action."

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  14. For the first time, IBM offers to buy employees a Mac and will become ...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider

    For the first time, IBM offers to buy employees a Mac and will become one of the biggest Apple shops IBM's huge partnership with Apple is giving IBM employees a never-before-offered benefit. IBM is, for the first time, offering to buy employees a Mac as their main work PC, reports 9to5 Mac.

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  15. GoPro's upcoming six camera mount is good news for rich VR fansRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | PC World

    GoPro is developing a mount that can hold six of its cameras, a product aimed at the small but growing number of people who want to shoot video and photos for virtual reality headsets. On stage at the Code conference, CEO Nick Woodman introduced GoPro's first Six-Camera Spherical Array, a ball-shaped mount for Hero4 cameras.

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  16. Google wants to put 360-degree action movies on your phoneRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider

    "Fast & Furious 6" director Justin Lin has a new film out, but, in this one, you get to control the camera with your phone. Lin's new movie, "Help", is a 360-degree action film that's the newest short to be added to Google's Spotlight Stories application, according to a report from Variety .

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  17. Google announces Brillo OS and Weave protocol for the Internet of ThingsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | VentureBeat

    Google today moved deeper into the Internet of Things with the announcement of its new IoT operating system, Brillo, and a new common language for connected devices called Weave. Brillo is designed to run on connected devices that have small processors and low memory.

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  18. Vulnerability Found in Some Drug-Resistant BacteriaRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Infection Control Today

    Using a complex modeling program that helps analyze the physical dynamics of large, structurally complex protein molecules, a research team has made progress toward finding a weak spot in the architecture of a group of enzymes that are essential to antibiotic resistance in a number of bacteria.

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  19. Czech teacher battles bee-killing disease with hot hiveRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Reuters

    Scientists battling a bee-killing disease are about to start testing a new weapon -- a sun-heated hive designed by a Czech high school teacher. Roman Linhart told Reuters he had secured a patent for his invention after 10 years of research into ways of wiping out varroosis disease, which has been destroying bee colonies across the world.

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  20. Lyve announces Lyve Cam, a small camera for automatically sharing photos and videoRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | VentureBeat

    A photo-sharing company, Lyve Minds , is announcing a small, puck-shaped camera that can sit in the middle of a party, snapping photos of the action and automatically syncing them to a shared photo gallery. The Lyve Cam shoots 13-megapixel still images and video at up to 4K resolution.

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