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Amazon Takes Kindle Fire HD Tablets To 170 Countries As It Ramps Up Its Appstore To Nearly 200 Markets

Originally posted on TechCrunch:
No, we still don’t have any word from Amazon on where it stands with a smartphone, but it’s definitely making its mobile ambitions clear anyway. Today, the e-commerce giant took two more steps in its strategy…

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Real-Time Parking Startup ParkMe Launches An Android App

Originally posted on TechCrunch:
Real-time parking startup ParkMe wants to help find you parking — in real-time. The company, which originally started out on the Web, has been making a big push behind mobile apps, which is really smart, because…

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Autism Awareness Month: An IDEA to Include

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No More Typed Passwords, Berkeley Researchers Develop “Passthoughts”

Originally posted on TechCrunch:
“Instead of typing your password, in the future you may only have to think your password,” explains a UC Berkeley School of Information press release about new research that utilizes brainwaves to authenticate users instead of…

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Greater Security with Two Step Authentication

Originally posted on The WordPress.com Blog:
We know your blog is important to you, and today we’re proud to announce Two Step Authentication: an optional new feature to help you keep your WordPress.com account secure. For those of you…

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California Court Bans Checking Smartphone Maps While Driving

Originally posted on TechCrunch:
In California, drivers can now be pulled over for using their GPS while driving. Extending the state’s current ban on texting while driving, an appellate court in California v. Spriggs argued that theĀ “distraction would be present…

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Yale senior: We millennials don’t stand a chance

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