Do you plan to buy any of Motorola’s new smartphones? (poll results) – Phone Arena


Phone Arena

Do you plan to buy any of Motorola's new smartphones? (poll results)
Phone Arena
Several days ago, Motorola announced no less than three new Android handsets that offer features from near-entry-level to high-end, thus catering to the needs of different categories of smartphone users. More importantly, the new devices are (or will
Moto G: A Perfect Phone for Clumsy CheapskatesWall Street Journal (blog)


Camera Test: Moto G 3rd Gen vs Moto G 1st Gen OriginalSlashGear
Motorola Moto G (2015, Unlocked)PC Magazine
Android Headlines – Android News –Dispatch Times –Gizmag
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Rare Blue Moon rises tonight: Make sure you look up, or you’ll miss it! – Los Angeles Times


Los Angeles Times

Rare Blue Moon rises tonight: Make sure you look up, or you'll miss it!
Los Angeles Times
A rare blue moon is rising tonight, and it will be hard to miss: Just look up. But if you really want to experience the blue moon, John Barentine, a manager with the International Dark-Sky Assn., says you need to make an effort to get away from it all
Weather Blog: Blue Moon Rises TonightCBS Local


The Story Behind Tonight's 'Blue Moon'NBCNews.com
Once In A Blue Moon: Rare Sight In The SkySky News
KTRK-TV –Newsradio 620 –NBC 10 Philadelphia
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Mozilla lashes out at Microsoft, says Windows 10 deters user choice – Mashable


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Mozilla lashes out at Microsoft, says Windows 10 deters user choice
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Mozilla, the company behind the web browser Firefox, is accusing Microsoft of discouraging users from changing default applications in Windows 10. Microsoft's latest operating system, released this week, changed the way to set preferred applications
Mozilla CEO chides Microsoft in open letterNew York Post



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Apple to unveil next Apple TV version in September – Dispatch Times


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Apple to unveil next Apple TV version in September
Dispatch Times
The new Apple TV will be unveiled in September at the same event where the company usually unveils new models of its iPhone. Now, veteran technology reporter John Paczkowski, who broke the initial story about the new Apple TV back in March, …
Maybe There Doesn't Need To Be An Apple Watch App For EverythingTechCrunch


Motherlode | Nine Apps for Travel With One iPad and More Than One KidNew York Times (blog)
August Smart Lock update adds Apple Watch supportSlashGear
Tech Times –Digital Trends –AppAdvice
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Globalstar GPS network (allegedly) vulnerable to hackers – SlashGear


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Globalstar GPS network (allegedly) vulnerable to hackers
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Researcher Colby Moore will be presenting findings related to a security issue with the Globalstar satellite network at Black Hat in Las Vegas next week. The researcher found that devices using the Globalstar network reportedly can be fed false data or
Security researcher: Globalstar GPS at risk of hackersEngadget


This $1000 Device Lets Hackers Hijack Satellite CommunicationsMotherboard
Globalstar tracking system 'open to attack'BBC News
Slate Magazine (blog) –Reuters
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Bees naturally vaccinate their babies, scientists find – OCRegister


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Bees naturally vaccinate their babies, scientists find
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Bees develop natural vaccines to prevent disease. This discovery could improve how we make food. , THE WASHINGTON POST. Humans like to brag about their brilliant advent of vaccinations to prevent diseases, but bees just roll their eyes and shrug.
Bees Naturally Vaccinating Their Babies Can Help HumansLatinos Health


How bees naturally vaccinate their babiesPhys.Org
Bees Vaccinated By Queens, New Study RevealsTech Times
Nature World Report –Benchmark Reporter
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Facebook Introduces the Drone It Wants to Use to Bring the Internet to Poor … – Slate Magazine (blog)


Slate Magazine (blog)

Facebook Introduces the Drone It Wants to Use to Bring the Internet to Poor
Slate Magazine (blog)
In its ongoing quest to conquer—err, make the world a better place, Facebook is building an air force. Will Oremus. Will Oremus is Slate's senior technology writer. Email him at will.oremus@slate.com or follow him on Twitter. The company on Thursday …

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Similar to a strider Tiny robotic insect can leap high – The Market Business


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Similar to a strider Tiny robotic insect can leap high
The Market Business
Harvard's Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering has a history of creating tiny, insect-inspired robots, and its latest one can stand and jump on water just like a strider. The Wyss group has teamed up with scientists from Korea's Seoul
Robotic insect mimics nature's extreme movesECNmag.com


VIDEO: Watch a robot water strider walk on water like JesusNature World Report
Scientists Create Robotic Insect That Can Walk On WaterTV Newsroom

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Any Artist Can Now Upload Mixes To Beatport, But They’ll Earn Just 5-10% Of Revenue

Beatport has been making some aggressive moves of late, including a partnership to power an EDM channel on Spotify. Now, Beatport is aiming straight for Soundcloud and allowing anyone to upload tracks or a mix to the EDM-centric service. ____________________________________ Much like Soundcloud, Beatport will now allow anyone to create…