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Snapchat’s location-based Our Story feature officially goes ‘Live’ in latest update

Aug 29 2014 9:59pm CDT | Source: App Advice

Snapchat‘s Our Story feature has just officially gone “Live.”Snapchat has just received a new update, which, according to its release notes, brings nothing more than “improved video chat” and “bug fixes and improvements.” But as noted by the Snapchat team in a new blog post, the update also sees the introduction of a new Live section for Our Story, which allows users at the same location to contribute “snaps” to the same story. Our Story was debuted at Insomnia ...
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BatteryScore – the Very First and Only iPhone Battery Benchmarking Application

Source: Apple Balla | May 29 2014, 10:04am CDT | by PR.com

BatteryScore – the Very First and Only iPhone Battery Benchmarking Application
BatteryScore allows users to benchmark the strength of their iPhone battery. The BatteryScore application operates by running a stress load test on the phone and then measuring the battery degradation over the period that the test runs.
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Steve Jobs on Sports Illustrated’s iPad-like video demo: ‘Stupid’

Aug 27 2014 12:28pm CDT | Source: Mac Daily News

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Glucose by-product damages 'good' cholesterol
London, Sep 1 (IANS) In developments which could lead scientists to hunt for new drugs to fight heart diseases, researchers have discovered that a substance formed from glucose in the body turns "good" cholesterol into "bad", increasing risk of heart diseases. | by IANS
 
NASA's Mars rover set for memory reformat
New York, Sep 1 (IANS) NASA's Mars exploration rover Opportunity is set for a flash memory reformatting after experiencing an increasing number of computer resets. | by IANS
 
Novel way to trace Sun's long-lost siblings
Washington, Sep 1 (IANS) We know that stars that are part of the same cluster are chemically identical. A study now reveals that stars which were born together and then dispersed immediately rather than forming a cluster also share similar traits. | by IANS
 
 

Apple TV 'unavailable for pickup' at many US Apple Stores

Aug 21 2014 8:51am CDT | Source: MacNN

The Apple TV is showing as "unavailable for pickup" at many Apple Stores across the US, including the most high-profile ones in California, Texas, and New York. The absent stocks are reportedly being blamed on the ongoing $25 iTunes card bundle. Sales may also be influenced by a recent Lollapalooza livestream, ...
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DOE Publishes Revised Report on Dimming LEDs with Phase-Cut Dimmers

Aug 19 2014 10:45pm CDT | Source: LEDinside

DOE has revised its October 2013 report, Dimming LEDs with Phase-Cut Dimmers: The Specifier's Process for Maximizing Success, to include updated information about the installation of LED lighting and controls at the Burden Museum in Troy, NY, a GATEWAY project that was s ...
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iPhone 6: A big screen is nice, but the bigger battery is necessary

Aug 16 2014 1:02pm CDT | Source: Mac Daily News

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Apple hints at Maps data-collection project taking place in New York

Aug 13 2014 4:57pm CDT | Source: 9to5Mac

Apple has for a long time hired engineers around the globe to contribute to making its Maps experience better. While positions for its team outside Cupertino usually consist of Maps Quality Analysts and Ground Truth managers that submit region specific corrections for Maps, a new job listing on Apple’s website hints at a “data-collection project” planned for New York. The location of the position is listed as a Austin, Texas, but Apple says the j ...
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iOS 8 privacy changes bring big layoffs to retail tracking startup

Aug 11 2014 5:30pm CDT | Source: Cult of Mac

iOS 8 is cruising through the final stages of development ahead of its fall release, and while most users can’t wait for its arrival, one NY-based startup already had to cut a third of its staff, after privacy changes i ...
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Glucose by-product damages 'good' cholesterol
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Robinho recalled to Brazil squad
Rio de Janeiro, Sep 1 (IANS) Brazil coach Dunga has handed an international recall to former Real Madrid striker Robinho for football friendlies against Colombia and Ecuador. The 30-year-old replaces forward Hulk, who...
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Pakistan protesters break into PTV office
Islamabad, Sep 1 (IANS) Protesters Monday took over the Pakistan Television (PTV) network office here, as a result of which transmission has disrupted in Islamabad. The protesters, who seemed to have faced no security...
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Jennifer Lawrence's nude photos leaked online
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Chanderpaul, Jeffers amongst runs in warm-up against Bangladesh
Basseterre (St. Kitts), Sep 1 (IANS/CMC) Shivnarine Chanderpaul warmed up for next week's first Test with a fluent, unbeaten half-century but Shane Jeffers took centrestage with a stunning century, on the second day of...
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Peng Shuai reaches US Open quarters for first time
New York, Sep 1 (IANS) World No.39 Peng Shuai of China defeated Lucie Safarova of the Czech Republic 6-3, 6-4 to reach the US Open quarter-finals, marking her first women's singles final eight appearance in a Grand...
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Green offices make workers happy - and productive
London, Sep 1 (IANS) Want to be happy and productive at work? Keep a plant next to your computer. "Green" offices with plants make staff happier and more productive than "lean" designs stripped of greenery, new...
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Special team in PMO will fast-track Japanese investment: Modi (Roundup)
Tokyo, Sep 1 (IANS) Assuring the same quick reaction and proactive response a Japanese investor accorded when he was chief minister of Gujarat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Monday announced a special team in his office...
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Thompson, Stewart sweep 100 metres at Berlin meet
Berlin, Sep 1 (IANS/CMC) Trinidadian Richard Thompson won the men's 100 metres at the ISTAF athletics meet here as the Caribbean swept both sprints. Thompson, a double silver medallist at the Beijing Olympics six...
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Roger Moore loves being known as James Bond
Sir Roger Moore says there is ''no downside'' to being known as James Bond. The 86-year-old actor played the fictional British spy seven times between 1973 and 1985 in movies like 'The Man With the Golden Gun' and 'For...
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