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parislemon:

A sort of strange ad for Apple. But not a bad one. Quite fun. Nice Heisenberg shout-out as well as old logo throw-back at the end. Do I smell a comeback?

I love this.  Gets back to the message that at the end of the day technology is inherently personal despite being a constant part of everyday life for almost everyone.

This new Apple ad celebrates the various ways people personalize their Macbooks.

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Drone pilot locates missing 82-year-old man after three-day search Jeff John Roberts, gigaom.com
The case for con­sumer drones got a boost after an ama­teur pilot ended a search-and-rescue effort last week­end by locat­ing a miss­ing oph­thal­mol­o­gist, who suf­fers from demen­tia, in a bean field in Wis­con­sin.
David Lesh, who nor­mal­ly…

Drone pilot locates missing 82-year-old man after three-day search
Jeff John Roberts, gigaom.com

The case for con­sumer drones got a boost after an ama­teur pilot ended a search-and-rescue effort last week­end by locat­ing a miss­ing oph­thal­mol­o­gist, who suf­fers from demen­tia, in a bean field in Wis­con­sin.

David Lesh, who nor­mal­ly…

(Source: smarterplanet)

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thetechgets:

Samsung’s latest UHDTV costs more than Porsche 911

The television, which officially goes on sale in the US this week comes with a 105-inch curved screen and a $120,000 price tag.

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thetechgets:

Samsung’s latest UHDTV costs more than Porsche 911

The television, which officially goes on sale in the US this week comes with a 105-inch curved screen and a $120,000 price tag.

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kickstarter:

Project of the Day—Two days ago, Bellingcat, an open source citizen investigative journalism project designed to cover issues that are being ignored, posted an important project update. Using “open source investigative techniques,” users managed to pinpoint the precise location of the missile launcher that tragically downed flight MH17, sending a stream of photos and video of the launcher being transported. It was an important example of what Bellingcat hopes to do.

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Project of the Day—Two days ago, Bellingcat, an open source citizen investigative journalism project designed to cover issues that are being ignored, posted an important project update. Using “open source investigative techniques,” users managed to pinpoint the precise location of the missile launcher that tragically downed flight MH17, sending a stream of photos and video of the launcher being transported. It was an important example of what Bellingcat hopes to do.

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engadget:

eBay brings its RedLaser barcode-scanner app to Google Glass
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prefessionalu:

Fashion blogger Leandra Medine, of ManRepeller.com, explains why fashion doesn’t have to be serious, how she initially started her blog to get a job and why there is no reason that brains and beauty can’t coexist.

(Source: Fast Company, via fastcodesign)

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helloyoucreatives:

Samsung is already attacking the iPhone 6…

I wonder if they’ll start making adverts that celebrate what they do rather what others don’t.

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engadget:

Oculus Rift tuns ‘X-Men’ into a VR head trip
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Fitbit collaborates with Tory Burch to make fitness tracker more fashionable.

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mikeshouts:

Adidas wants you to improve your skills with miCoach Smart Ball.

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