Privacy advocates try to stop Mattel releasing ‘creepy’ Barbie which records what … – The Age


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Privacy advocates try to stop Mattel releasing 'creepy' Barbie which records what
The Age
Hello Barbie will listen to a child's conversations in order to learn about their likes and dislikes, allowing the doll to converse with them like a human friend would. The toy, which was unveiled in February, records the child's voice using an embedded …
Eavesdropping Barbie is "downright creepy," privacy advocates sayMashable


Eek! Hello Barbie Can Record All Of Your ConvosRefinery29
Have You Heard About the 'Creepy' New Barbie Doll That Can Record Your TheBlaze.com
Geek –Quartz –IJ Review
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Why it’s not the right time for the Apple Watch – Herald Sun


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Why it's not the right time for the Apple Watch
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APPLE released the much-anticipated — and much-hyped — Apple Watch last week, with CEO Tim Cook putting its best face forward. Unfortunately for Cook, he never gave us a reason to want or need the gee-whiz gadgetry. When Steve Jobs debuted the …
Has Apple lost its religion of simplicity?ZDNet


Apple Watch might not be a big hit in U.S.: PollIndia Today
First All-in-One Product Line for Charging Apple Watch and iPhone Live on IT Business Net

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AeroMobil flying car set to take off in 2017, autonomous version to follow – Engadget


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AeroMobil flying car set to take off in 2017, autonomous version to follow
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AeroMobil has been around for five years, pursuing the dream of building a functional and (somewhat) practical flying car. Its third-gen prototype was revealed last October, and today at SXSW, AeroMobil CEO Juraj Vaculik revealed a bit more about the …
This startup wants to take on Uber and Lyft with self-flying carsMashable


AeroMobil announces plans to create self-flying carsUPI.com
Flying car will go on sale in 2017, Aeromobil saysCBC.ca
Ubergizmo (blog) –The Verge –CNET
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Can Apple really crack the luxury watch market? – The Australian Financial Review


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Can Apple really crack the luxury watch market?
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Wristocrats of the watch world will be watching avidly for the Apple Watch to start ticking. Until now smart watches haven't proved to be that smart at all, writes Bani McSpedden. NaN of. by Bani McSpedden. No one will be watching the launch of the new Apple …
Who will actually buy the Apple Watch?Albany Times Union (blog)


Get an Apple Watch for $349… or $17000Charlotte Observer
How the Apple Watch is madeMashable
ValueWalk –Quartz –The Echo
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World first: Husband watches wife give birth 4000km away (+video) – TVNZ


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World first: Husband watches wife give birth 4000km away (+video)
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When work commitments kept a dad away from the birth of his third child, a world-first opportunity presented itself. Separated by 4,000km while Jace Larke worked as a 'fly-in-fly-out' contractor in a remote Queensland mining town, his wife Alison had come to …
Samsung Gear VR Lets Father Witness Son's Birth In Virtual Reality From 2500 Forbes


World's first live-streamed, virtual reality birth takes placekfor.com
Father watches birth of baby boy 4000 km away with Samsung Gear VRMashable

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PartyNextDoor Debuts New Music

Drake might be a prophet. With the release of his new mixtape If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late, OVO does indeed have spring 2015 popping. Now it’s PartyNextDoor’s turn. After recently saying new music is on the horizon, the Canadian entertainer just debuted a freshly minted track during a tour stop in Minneapolis. One concertgoer captured some footage of the unreleased track which is a slow head-nodding ditty that… Read more »

Yahoo shows off password-free logins and new encrypted email technology – The Verge


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Yahoo shows off password-free logins and new encrypted email technology
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Passwords are terrible: they're inefficient and they're often insecure, too. Many leading tech companies have embraced two-factor authentication as a more secure option, but they're optional and only those particularly concerned about their digital identities …
Yahoo wants to let you forget your Yahoo passwordCNET


No password, no problem: Yahoo rolls out new, phone-based loginVentureBeat
Yahoo Offers a New, Simple Way to Log InMarketWatch
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Check out a Snippet of Wale’s Collaboration With Kanye West

With about two weeks until the release of his fourth solo LP, The Album About Nothing, Wale is promoting his butt off. What better way to give the album a boost than to tease a collab with one of the hottest artists on the planet. The MMG rapper recently took to his Snapchat to reveal a snippet of a track he recently completed with Kanye West. The track was apparently… Read more »

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