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Exquisite Origami … Made Out of Human Faces

Exquisite Origami … Made Out of Human FacesAlma Haser mixes origami and photography to create strange, st

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Most Netflix Customers Don't Realize Prices Will Increase Next Month

An anonymous reader writes: Millions of Netflix customers are about to start paying more to stream their favorite movies and TV shows -- and chances are, they don't even realize it.

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Senator Al Franken Takes On Oculus Over VR Data Mining

An anonymous reader writes: Oculus says in its privacy policy it will track information about your location, physical movements, and how you're using the Oculus Rift headset.

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Apple Won't Sue FBI To Reveal Hack Used To Unlock Seized iPhone

An anonymous reader quotes a report from ZDNet: Apple will not pursue legal action against the US government to discover how federal agents broke into an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shoot

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Clinton Campaign Chair: 'The American People Can Handle The Truth' On UFOs

An anonymous reader writes: In what seems like an April Fools' Day prank story but is surprisingly real, Hillary Clinton's campaign chair, John Podesta, says that he has convinced Hillary Clinton to d

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Japan To Begin Testing Fingerprints As 'Currency'

schwit1 quotes a report from The Japan News: Starting this summer, the government will test a system in which foreign tourists will be able to verify their identities and buy things at stores using on

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NASA: Global Warming Is Now Changing How Earth Wobbles

An anonymous reader writes: A new study from NASA finds global warming is shifting the way the Earth wobbles on its polar axis.

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SpaceX Successfully Lands Its Rocket On A Floating Drone Ship For The First Time

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Verge: SpaceX has finally landed its Falcon 9 rocket on a drone ship at sea, after launching the vehicle into space this afternoon.

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Small and Heavy Arms Traded On Facebook By Libyan Militants

An anonymous reader writes: A report entitled "The Online Trade of Light Weapons in Libya" on Thursday revealed machine guns, grenade launchers and anti-tank missiles are being traded in Libya via Fac

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WordPress.com Enables HTTPS Encryption For All Websites

On Friday, WordPress announced that it is bringing free HTTPS to all -- "million-plus" -- custom domains, essentially ramping up security on every blog and website.

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Apple's Fight With US Over Privacy Enters a New Round

An anonymous reader shares a report on Bloomberg: Apple Inc.'s fight over privacy with the U.S.

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Verizon To Submit Bid For Yahoo

An anonymous reader writes: Sources close to the company have confirmed that Verizon will submit a first-round bid to purchase Yahoo's web business early next week, and that they may offer to take on

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Opinion: DevOps Is Dead

Andrey Akselrod, CTO and a co-founder of Smartling, writes for TechCrunch: DevOps, as we know it, is dead. Perhaps not many people agree with me, but the age of DevOps is just about over.

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Anywhere Computing Makes 2FA Insecure On iOS and Android

An anonymous reader writes: Academics from the VU University Amsterdam have identified a new class of vulnerabilities to two-factor authentication, commonly used to protect transactions involving fina

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Dark Web Mapping Reveals That Half of the Content Is Legal

An anonymous reader writes: Cyber threat intelligence firm Intelliagg and dark net indexing company Darksum have released the results of their efforts to map the dark web (actually, only the Tor netwo

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Putin Says Panama Papers Part of US Plot to Weaken Russia

An anonymous reader writes: Russia President Vladimir Putin says he has no links to offshore accounts unveiled in the Panama Papers.

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Can we get to 3,000 backers?

Over 1000 people have already pledged to support our CreativeMornings Kickstarter campaign to make every CreativeMornings event even better. That’s amazing!

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Cheap is no good

No idea where this line comes from; I’ve heard it often, not necessarily with “Design” as the keyword. After 50 years in the business, I can guarantee that it is entirely true.

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Getting Started With Ionic: JavaScript Components

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

In this tutorial, we are going to build

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PayPal Integration Part 2: PayPal REST API

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

In this tutorial I am going to show you how y

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Free Coffee Break Course: CloudBerry Backup for Mac OS

Have you backed up recently?

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The 5 Best Free FTP Clients

A list of awesome free FTP software. There's at least one option for you in this list, whether you use Windows, Mac OS, or Linux.

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How to stop abusing your users time!

Are you abusing your user's time? Time has become the most valuable commodity for many people. And wasting their time is the ultimate crime.

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’40 Percent Rule’

“When your mind is telling you you’re done, you’re really only 40 percent done.” A Navy SEAL lesson told by Jesse Itzler.

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New State of Matter Detected in a Two-Dimensional Material

An anonymous reader cites a report on Phys.org: An international team of researchers have found evidence of a mysterious new state of matter, first predicted 40 years ago, in a real material.

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People Often Deride Game Changing Technology as 'a Toy'

Steven Sinofsky, former President of the Windows Division at Microsoft, has cataloged how often game-changing technologies have been derided as toys.

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Chrome Extension Caught Hijacking Users' Browsers

An anonymous reader writes: Google has intervened and banned the Better History Chrome extension from the Chrome Web Store after users reported that it started taking over their browsing experience an

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FCC's 'Nutrition Labels' For Broadband Show Speed, Caps, and Hidden Fees

An anonymous reader shares an Ars Technica article: The Federal Communications Commission today unveiled new broadband labels modeled after the nutrition labels commonly seen on food products.

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Anti-Piracy Firm Rightscorp Will Hijack Pirates' Browsers Until a Fine is Paid

An anonymous reader writes: Anti-piracy firm Rightscorp says that it's working on a next-generation technology called Scalable Copyright, under which it plans to extract cash settlements from suspecte

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BlackBerry Makes Privacy and Control Subscription in BBM Free

BlackBerry, on Monday, announced it is making all the privacy features in BBM (BlackBerry Messenger) messaging app free to use.

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US Army Hopes To Outfit Soldiers With Tiny Drones By 2018

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Engadget: The U.S.

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Risks To Human Health Will Accelerate As Climate Changes, White House Warns

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Washington Post: More deaths from extreme heat. Longer allergy seasons. Increasingly polluted air and water.

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Massachusetts AG Sues ITT Tech For Exploiting Computer Network Students

alphadogg quotes a report from Networkworld: Browsing through the latest news releases from ITT Technical Institute you'd never think the for-profit school would be capable of the things that Massachu

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TSA Paid $1.4 Million For Randomizer App That Chooses Left Or Right

An anonymous reader writes: For those of you who have traveled through U.S.

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Turkish Citizenship Database Allegedly Leaked Online

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Business Insider: The entire Turkish citizenship database has allegedly been hacked and leaked online.

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Taliban App's Publication Points To Holes In Google's App Review Process

An anonymous reader writes: A propaganda app developed by the Taliban was live on the Google Play store for two days before being removed, raising questions about Google's app review process, which in

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Microsoft Trials Outlook Premium For $4 Per Month, With No Ads and Custom Domains

An anonymous reader quotes a report from PCWorld: Microsoft is testing a premium version of Outlook.com that removes the ads and supports custom domains for email addresses.

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Jeff Bezos Says Amazon Will Unveil a New Kindle Next Week

An anonymous reader writes: Amazon founder Jeff Bezos said on Monday that the next Kindle will be unveiled next week.

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Half of Scotland's Energy Consumption Came From Renewables Last Year

An anonymous reader quotes an article on Herald Scotland: Scotland has met a key target for renewable energy consumption, according to official figures.