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Android Wear Is Getting GPS And The Ability To Talk To Other Bluetooth Accessories

Google’s Android Wear platform is going to gain more powers on a continuing basis, thanks to frequent significant updates, the Android team has revealed. Upcoming features planned for Android Wear in the immediate future include support for GPS on devices, instead of having to rely on connected sma… 12 more words

Deepak Verma

Imagination Technologies to ARM: anything you can do, our new chips can do better

Despite Intel’s best efforts, ARM remains the undisputed king of the mobile world, but another chip design house, just 51 miles down the road, is hoping to change that. 22 more words

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You Can Now Send a Netflix Rec to a Friend in a Facebook Message

Netflix indecision is the worst , so from time to time you’ll ask your friends what they’re watching. And then you forget what they told you and you’re back at square one. 35 more words

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New MIPS I6400 brings another 64-bit architecture to Android

Android currently supports three processor architectures: ARM, Intel and MIPS. ARM is currently the leader, but Intel and Imagination Technologies (who design the MIPS processors) are viable alternatives. 28 more words

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There Are Only Two Weeks Left To Comment On Net Neutrality

With less than two weeks before the FCC closes comments on proceeding #14-28, also known as the landmark Net Neutrality issue, viral video firm Thinkmodo is releasing a new video in one last attempt to get the word out and get those comments forms filling again. 14 more words

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Washington Post Publisher Steps Down a Year After Bezos Acquisition

It’s the end of an era for The Washington Post
The Post announced Monday that its publisher Katharine Weymouth is stepping down after 17 years with the company and a lifetime of having the paper in her blood. 25 more words

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Netflix teams up with Facebook to make recommending movies faster

Man, on Netflix was awesome, wasn’t it? Plenty of thoughtful action with just a smidge of the sappy stuff, and it didn’t feel too hamfisted. As it turns out, Netflix doesn’t just want you to recommend the film to your friends… 14 more words

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