External links :-

  1. Why A Stupid App Like Yo May Have Billion-Dollar Platform Potential
  2. Tracking two years of laptop battery use, sampled every minute
  3. OkCupid : We Experiment on Human Beings
  4. Why OKCupid’s Experiments Aren’t The Same As Facebook’s
  5. Introducing the Internet.org App, Facebook-Backed Nonprofit Brings Free Internet to Zambia
  6. Markov Chains, a visual explanation
  7. UK to allow driverless cars on public roads in January
  8. How a bug in Dropbox permanently deleted my 8000 photos
  9. Sculpting text with regex, grep, sed, awk, emacs and vim
  10. Tesla’s Model 3
  11. Russia offers $110,000 to crack Tor anonymous network
  12. Why the Security of USB Is Fundamentally Broken Read on →

  1. The Next Big Programming Language you’ve never heard
  2. Phant : A place to push your data
  3. LifeTip : A fitness tracking device that doesn’t need skin contact
  4. Amazon Goes After Box, Dropbox And Huddle, Launches Zocalo For Secure Enterprise Storage
  5. Raspberry Pi Microcomputer Gets Beefed Up — Still Only Costs $35
  6. Linux tool to show progress for cp, rm, dd
  7. I track everything about myself
  8. MindRDR : A Google Glass App that lets you control it with your thoughts
  9. Streamfully Turns Web Links Into Personalized Content Previews
  10. Wink’s Connected Home Collection Arrives At Home Depot
  11. Tablo : A platform for self-publishing community
  12. Freble: A gadget that lets you hold hands online
  13. Pixotale: A Social Networking App for visual storytelling
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  1. Facebook’s experiment with user’s emotions and Ethics in a Data Driven world
  2. Stuxnet-Like Malware From Russia Is Attacking U.S. Power Plants
  3. Russia Moves To Ban Online Services That Don’t Store Personal Data In Russia
  4. Adblock Plus gives Facebook users a way to block its extended tracking efforts

External Links :-

  1. Consciousness on-off switch discovered deep in brain
  2. How a Russian Mathematician constructed a decision tree by hand to sovle a medical problem
  3. Rob Pike’s 5 Rules of Programming
  4. Pipes Is A Clever App That Lets You Track Any Topic You Care About
  5. BitAuth, for decentralized authentication
  6. NSA targets the Privacy Conscious (Another Article)
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  1. Bitstamped
  2. Project Ara and Tango updates at Google I/O
  3. Security Researchers Uncover The Tools Governments Use To Spy On Our Phones
  4. How Can Chromecast Connect To Your Friend’s Phones Without Using WiFi? Ultrasonic Sounds
  5. Onionshare : A tool to share files securely and anonymously
  6. YC-backed ClearTax tackles Indian’s fast growing online tax filing market
  7. Grasswire – an Internet newsroom curated and fact-checked by everyone
  8. Yo! Hackathon Attempts To Show How Yo Can Grow
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  1. Google Introduces Android One Program To Bring More Smartphones To Developing Markets
  2. Google Unveils New Cross Platform Design Language “Material Design”
  3. Google Makes Phone Logins Easier With Personal Login Feature For Android L
  4. Android Wear Smartwatches and SDK
  5. Google Introduces Android TV, Its New Platform For Smart TV Apps And Navigation
  6. Google Announces Android Auto, Promises Enabled Cars By The End Of 2014
  7. Google Blurs The Line Between Web And Native Apps On Android
  8. Google will soon bring Android apps to Chrome OS
  9. Chromecast Update Introduces An AirPlay-Like Android Mirroring Feature, Photo Backdrops And More
  10. Updates to Google Cloud Platform: Data Flow, Cloud monitoring and Cloud Save
  11. Google Fit
  12. Giveaways at Google I/O and #Cardboard!
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  1. Google Makes its Nest at the center of The Smart Home
  2. Dash : A rising star among the smart driving apps
  3. Yahoo Releases Aviate Homescreen For Android To Organize Your Life
  4. Microsoft launched its first Android smartphone, Nokia X2
  5. Microsoft doubles free OneDrive Storage
  6. Google Glass Goes On Sale Outside The US, in UK
  7. Google Glass gets 2GB RAM
  8. Twitter is experimenting with a new way to retweet
  9. Oculus Acquires Carbon Design, The Team That Designed The Xbox 360 Controller
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  1. Using Wearable Computers for Passive Haptic Learning and Rehabilitation
  2. Cgrep: a context-aware grep for source codes
  3. Google backed Nest acquires Dropcam
  4. B.C. court ruling orders Google to block sites worldwide
  5. Google launches starter kit for a more consistent web

External links (not summarized below):

  1. Discussion on possible solution of the GHash problem in Bitcoin network (would try to summarize this in a later post)
  2. Quantum Experiment Shows How Time ‘Emerges’ from Entanglement
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  1. Facebook breaks the network switch into modules
  2. Facebook Saves Developing World’s Data Plans With 65% Smaller, 50% More Efficient Android App
  3. Facebook outage; down for around 30 minutes
  4. Code Spaces destroyed after attacked deletes Amazon-hosted data
  5. Elon Musk: Hopeful that the first people could be taken to Mars in 10 to 12 years
  6. Skype for Linux 4.3 Arrives with Desktop Call Monitor Widget, UI Changes
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