Star Wars: The Last Jedi Official Teaser



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New Trailer for Game of Thrones Season 6!!!


Game of Thrones Season 6

Game of Thrones Season 6 premieres in April, 2016!!! Are you ready?

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Video: Microsoft just bought its own version of Google Glass for $150M


Video: Microsoft just bought its own version of Google Glass for $150M


Facebook’s acquisition of Oculus VR set the Internet ablaze last week, but months before this surprising news, Microsoft reportedly purchased the rights to its own head-mounted device. According to TechCrunch, Microsoft paid between $100-150 million for intellectual property assets of the Osterhout Design Group (ODG), a firm that has spent years developing augmented reality devices for the military and other organizations. Although Microsoft has not issued a statement of its own, ODG founder Ralph Osterhout spoke with TechCrunch, confirming the deal.

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New patent shows how Amazon plans to kill box stores once and for all


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Amazon has already been doing massive amounts of damage to big box retailers and now it’s working on a new system that could be its final knockout punch. The Wall Street Journal reports that Amazon last year was granted a patent for what it describes as “anticipatory shipping” that will look at consumers’ past buying habits and ship products that it thinks they will buy to nearby warehouses in anticipation of their orders. So for instance, if you’ve already bought all five A Song of Ice and Fire books from Amazon, the company will make sure to have the sixth book shipped to a warehouse near you so that when you order it the company can get it to you on the same day.

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Snapchat knew for months about major security hole but failed to fix it



Snapchat on Thursday confirmed that millions of user accounts were compromised in a recent breach that exposed phone numbers and user names. Anonymity is a key aspect of the Snapchat service for many people, some of whom use the messaging app to exchange risqué photos and videos without revealing their identities. As such, users were not happy to learn that approximately 4.6 million Snapchat accounts were exposed in this latest breach. To compound matters, however, Snapchat has confirmed in a statement that it knew about the security vulnerability that led to the breach for months but failed to fix it.

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Google plots how to make Glass more than ‘niche product for nerds’


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Google is pretty high on the potential for Google Glass to be a revolutionary product but the company seems to realize that its computerized headset has an image problem since it’s already become the target of ridicule for late-night comedians. With this in mind, The Wall Street Journal reports that Google is thinking outside the box to make Glass a desirable mass market product and not just the “niche product for nerds” that it might well become.

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