10 things iOS 8 got wrong – VentureBeat


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10 things iOS 8 got wrong
VentureBeat
iOS 8 brought some welcome improvements to the iPhone experience, but after a couple months of using it, I have a growing list of frustrations. Apple employs some of the best designers around, so it's hard to believe that these issues weren't considered …
Apple's Open-Source 'ResearchKit' And The Future Of Medical ResearchForbes


Screenshots from iOS 8.2 Show New Watch Companion App from AppleGeekSays
ResearchKit An “Enormous Opportunity” For Science, Says Breast Cancer CharityTechCrunch
Los Angeles Times –San Jose Mercury News –Fox News
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Google’s Canadian CFO retires after seven years – Toronto Sun


Toronto Sun

Google's Canadian CFO retires after seven years
Toronto Sun
In an interview conducted days before he announced his retirement, the Canadian CFO of Google, Patrick Pichette, praised the tech giant's culture. "You work with giants," he said of his time at Google. "I work with geniuses; it's a lesson in humility. "I have a …
Google's CFO quits to spend time with his family, despite Silicon Valley's efforts Deseret News



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BlackBerry teams with Samsung and IBM to offer governments a secure tablet – PCWorld


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BlackBerry teams with Samsung and IBM to offer governments a secure tablet
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BlackBerry is returning to the tablet market—this time with the help of Samsung Electronics, IBM and Secusmart, the German encryption specialist BlackBerry bought last year. This is not the PlayBook 2 that BlackBerry was rumored to be working on last year, …
BlackBerry Unveils Security-Focused TabletWall Street Journal


BlackBerry's new tablet is a Samsung Galaxy Tab SThe Verge
BlackBerry Uses IBM Software to Make Samsung Tablets Spy-ProofBloomberg
RTT News –MarketWatch
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Dutch ReBelle and 360 Cruise the Town in ‘Recline’ Video

Brains, beauty and bars. Dutch ReBelle returns with the video for her 360 assisted track, “Recline” from her recently released mixtape, ReBelle Diaries. The Boston MC gives the laid back track an equally laid back visual as the treatment’s continuous slow-motion shots help subdue the viewer. A super thick but amply clothed Dutch, fires up a spliff before scooping of Queens MC 360 for a day out on the town… Read more »

Waka Flocka Flame Feat. Future, ‘Rotation’

Currently knee deep in his The Turn Up Godz: Tour, Waka flock Flame drops an updated version of his tour mixtape track, “All These Bitches” with Future, renaming the song “Rotation.” The latest version features Waka and Future getting new-age crunk over a sinister Southside beat. The cover art for the new version reads Future Flocka as the artist. Could we be getting a collab project from the two rappers… Read more »

Circle the date! It’s a once-in-a-lifetime Pi Day today! – The Weather Network


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Circle the date! It's a once-in-a-lifetime Pi Day today!
The Weather Network
Saturday, March 14, 2015, 11:05 AM – Happy Pi Day, the annual celebration of the incredible mathematical constant known as π. First of all, what is π? Sure, it's a math constant. It's equal to 3.14, or 3.1415926 or 3.1415926535897932384626433832795 …
Today Marks Century's Most Epic Pi DayThe Stir


Super Pi Day is a Once in a Century EventSavingAdvice.com
Math Nerds Celebrate 'Pi Day of the Century' at SXSW FestivalYahoo News
The Register –NJ.com
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Azealia Banks Covers Playboy Magazine

As promised, Harlem spitfire Azealia Banks is gracing the cover of the latest edition of Playboy magazine. The cover shot leaked today which shows Banks semi-bent over rocking a form-fitting cheetah print outfit. The purple weave-wearing rapper has a surprised look on her face, covering her mouth as a faux black cat perches on her head. The cover line reads, “Hip-hop’s fierce queen is ready to roar!” The magazine’s editorial… Read more »

Pi Day of the Century marks a mathematical marvel – Duluth News Tribune


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Pi Day of the Century marks a mathematical marvel
Duluth News Tribune
It's 3-14-15 — as any good geek KNOWS, a date that corresponds with 3.1415, the first five digits of the infinite number pi. That calendar coincidence has math fans practically wriggling with glee, not to mention those who just appreciate the whimsy of …
This year's Pi Day is downright historical, so celebrate in style with these linksWashington Post


There's enough 'Pi' for everybody on this dateCNBC
This is your day, 3.1415LaSalle News Tribune

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