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PayStand Releases API Allowing Developers to Build Apps That Accept Bitcoin, Digital Payments -
Capital One buys Adaptive Path -
Search-as-a-Service provider Algolia debuts free plan, opens West Coast data center -
Podcast 100: Joe & Joseph on WordPress Accessibility | Web Axe -
New York Times Lays Off Staff, Shuts Down Opinion App -
7 Ways to Save Your Battery Life on iOS 8 -
America's oldest workers: Why we refuse to retire! -
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Google for Education: Announcing Drive for Education: The 21st century backpack for students -
A safe way for teachers to text message students and stay in touch with parents. -
Meet Matchstick, Mozilla's $25 Chromecast alternative -
The Sound So Loud That It Circled the Earth Four Times - Facts So Romantic - Nautilus -
How Hong Kong Protesters Are Connecting, Without Cell Or Wi-Fi Networks -
The team at CloudFlare is excited to announce the release of Universal SSL™. Beginning today, we will support SSL connections to every CloudFlare customer, including the 2 million sites that have signed up for the free version of our service. -
A Potentially Cheap Way to Store Solar | MIT Technology Review -
Shellshock Bug: 6 Key Facts - InformationWeek -
Once the Google of its time, the Yahoo Directory is finally coming to the end of its slow death. -
Adobe Acquires Photo-Editing Platform Aviary -
Google Stops Forcing You To Join Google When Opening A New Account -
Launching open-source projects is easy, keeping them running well? Not so much -
iOS 8 Requires 5GB to Download: How to Get It Without Deleting Anything -
Apple Shows Love for HTML5 with iOS 8 -
iOS 8, thoroughly reviewed -
Why Apple Didn’t Use Sapphire iPhone Screens -
Walk like an Egyptian with Street View in Google Maps -
Google has paid an undisclosed sum to acquire Polar, a startup whose technology is used to poll mobile-device users for their opinions. The deal brings founder and mobile design expert Luke Wroblewski and a handful of employees to Google . -
Twitter announced Monday that it is testing a “Buy Now” button to let users shop from select merchants and artists directly from the social network. The button will roll out to a select group of users first before being introduced more broadly. The initial sellers range from brands like Burberry and The Home Depot to artists like Ryan Adams and... -
PayPal Expands Further Into Offline Retail And Mobile Payments With New PayPal Here SDK -
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