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Caffeine hounds can now get their fix in Starbucks stores while discovering new music on Google Play Music All Access, the just-launched streaming music service from the search giant turned social network turned, well, agent of everything on the Internet.
Bill Nye the Science Guy turns 20 this year (as in the show, not the guy - he's 57), and to mark two decades of demystifying the sciences, the official Bill Nye the Science Guy (free) app has just been released in celebration.
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Google cites First Amendment to challenge the FISA gag order - ReadWrite
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Maybe Jurassic Park 4 really will happen - /Film
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The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) updates its definitive record of the English language four times a year, and the latest batch of entries is full of tech-focused terms like tweet, big data, and crowdsourcing.
Adobe's head will be in the clouds from here on out. The maker of Photoshop, Illustrator, and other digital creation software pushed major updates today to Creative Cloud, a new controversial subscription-based model for its most popular products.
On this day 30 years ago - June 18, 1983 - Sally Ride became the first American women in space, as part of the space shuttle Challenger mission.
In the wake of the NSA PRISM Internet surveillance scandal, and despite tech companies' protests that they knew nothing about the program, we're adding extra security to our Internet use.
If there's one time in the day to get out of the house on a photo walk, it's golden hour. Instagram user faundez_alex, shares this picture of a lighthouse on Geneva Lake, taken with the VSCO app.