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It's almost impossible for the average computer to mine Bitcoins in any efficient way, hence the rise of Bitcoin mining machines so tuned to their specific purpose that they barely resemble PCs. As great as the web is, I still haven't been able to kick my habit for buying fashion and lifestyle magazines off the newsstand. Bloomberg today reports that Google could face a new U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) antitrust probe into its display advertising business. Toshiba isn’t exactly known for churning out attractive, high-end notebooks, which is why the company’s new Kirabook is such an oddity. Convertibles were all the rage back in the 1950s (thanks to tailfins and the Corvette) and in the early 2000s (thanks to Microsoft and Sony). Salesforce.com met analyst expectations for its first quarter with non-GAAP earnings per share of 10 cents. Pandora has had a busy quarter. In March, the social radio company saw its long-time CEO Joe Kennedy abruptly step dow , leaving the board to scramble to find a replacement. Postmates is looking to expand its business and make mobile, on-demand deliveries a widespread thing throughout cities around the country -- that we already know. A new bulletin from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security warns that lethal, undetectable 3D-printed firearms may be "impossible" to contain. Google almost completely revamped the Google+ photo experience last week, but somehow the company didn't get around to announce one of the coolest photo-related features in its repertoire: Google now uses computer vision and machine learning to let you search your photos for things like sunsets, food and flowers.