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Places Is A Sharing Platform That Puts Privacy First
Mobile Payments Are Finally A Reality Thanks To Apple
A Cambrian Explosion In AI Is Coming
Product Hunt Raises $6 Million From A16Z
Here Are Clips From The First SiriusXM TechCrunch Radio Show
Yelp unveils up-and-coming cities after analyzing 61 million reviews
Forget Terminator: The robots of the apocalypse could be squishy
WigWag intros new lights and a platform for the internet of things
Why is U2’s latest album on your iPhone? How to remove Apple’s publicity stunt
California law says companies can’t punish customers who post negative reviews
15 Clever DIY Anthropologie Hacks for Your Home
Arab States Reportedly Offer to Conduct Airstrikes in Battle Against ISIS
Mystery Solved: The People in the 9/11 Wedding Photo
Golfer Greg Norman Injures Hand in Chainsaw Accident, Lives to Tweet About It
12 Selfie Tips You Can Learn From Animals
German book association demands investigation into Amazon’s publisher negotiations
ABC News is coming to Apple TV
Player FM relaunches with new UI and in-app indexing
Ahead of its expansion, Netflix finds partners, foes in Europe
This Firefox OS-powered streaming stick is Mozilla’s answer to Chromecast (exclusive video)
Why Apple Pay could succeed where others have had underwhelming results
Should I break up code commits?
Nearly a year in, is anyone winning the current generation console war?
Dinosaurs lost the ability to taste sugar; hummingbirds re-evolved it
Senator demands US courts recover 10 years of online public records
Eating As A Contact Sport
Video Of The Week: The Progression Of Joan Miro
Feature Friday: Crowdfunding Filters
Today, September 10th, Is A Day Of Protest
Seeking to map the entire internet, NSA and GHCQ have broken into Deutsche Telekom networks (Spiegel Online)
Russian social network VKontakte starts shutting down accounts that promote ISIS (Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai/Mashable)
Airware partners with NASA to develop drone air traffic control system (Signe Brewster/Gigaom)
The ATM and the Battle for Bitcoin's Physical Interface (Joon Ian Wong/CoinDesk)
Public version of Google Chrome for Mac will go exclusively 64-bit in November (Mike Beasley/9to5Mac)
With Apple Pay and Smartwatch, a Privacy Challenge
Q&A: Troubleshooting a Balky Trackpad
Bits: Highlights and Analysis From Apple’s Keynote
Bits | State of the Art: Why Doesn’t the Apple Watch Have Wireless Charging? Because It Probably Wouldn’t Work Very Well.
Bits Blog: T-Mobile’s Latest Freebies Revolve Around Wi-Fi
Toward a Childproof Internet
Square to Raise $100 Million at a $6 Billion Valuation
The Mystery of Apple Watch’s Battery Life
Daily Report: Government Threatened Steep Fines in Push for Yahoo Data
Google to Give Start-Ups $100,000 in Cloud Computing Credits
Life Break: Go See “Take Me To The River”
A Big Day For The Internet
Early Lessons From My Mobile Deep Dive: The Quickening Is Nigh
We’re Innumerate, Which Is Why We Love Visualizations
Else 9.2.14: Don’t Worry, The Robots Are Our Friends. But the People?
Snowden Documents Indicate NSA Has Breached Deutsche Telekom
“DO Not mention Hemisphere in any official reports or court documents.” [pdf]
Show HN: ContentBuilder.js – JQuery Plugin to Write Anything Beautifully
I’m tired. So I’m selling my game that just went viral
Apple CEO Tim Cook on secret products, Steve Jobs, IBM deal, Google rivalry, and the 'screw ups'
From startups to big box stores, retailers rethinks tools for Internet of Things
HP's Russia unit pleads guilty to bribery, pays $58.77 million fine
Google Cloud Platform sets up new global startup fund
Comcast, Liberty Global shake hands on international Wi-Fi networks
15 Alternatives to Gmail
Amazon Black Friday Deals
Small Business Guide to Accepting Credit Cards
The Small Business Guide to Domain and Web site Registration
Does Product Design Always Matter?
Android Apps in Chrome OS
Google's Object Recognition Technology
New Security Section in Google Accounts Settings
Google Tests Search History Export
"In the News" Google Search Card
You Say Goodbye and We Say Hello
Another Longtime Windows Exec Heads for the Exit as 2013 Draws to a Close
Some of Our Fave D Conference Videos Before AllThingsD Signs Off in 3 … 2 … 1 …
Startups Scrape Your Financial Data for Good. (No, Really!)
HP Affirms Higher-End Layoffs Figure
Father Guido Sarducci
Angry Birds Rio for Symbian lands in Nokia's Ovi Store
Kindlebility sends Web pages from your computer to your Kindle
Auslogics Disk Defrag 3.2 gets smarter, faster
Windows 8 App Store images leaked?
The NSA has a plan to map the entire Internet. It’s called ‘Treasure Map’
We talked to the man who knows more about Alibaba’s beginning than any other American
Is the Apple Watch the beginning of the end for the enterprise?
Opportunities in Asia: 5 tips for crossing the Pacific
Destiny’s estimated $6.7M TV-ad campaign focused heavily on ‘The Simpsons’ marathon and the NFL
SearchCap: Google Manual Info Box, Bing Ads History Report & Where Is Our Penguin Refresh?
Bing Ads Refreshes The Change History Report
Enterprise Local Marketing Automation Tools – New Market Intelligence Report
What Makes Enterprise SEO And Does Your Site Need It?
Search In Pics: GoogleBot Chained Up, Android Statue Reorganization & Community Manager Dance
Can Yahoo recycle your username -- and protect your data?
WiGig Alliance to consolidate activities in Wi-Fi Alliance
IT hiring remains strong, says survey
Top 15 movies not out on Blu-ray
Starbucks takes mobile payments to UK and Canada
#115: Remembering Jody Sherman
#114: The Answer is Just a Click Away
Confession #113: Get Off My Stoop
Confession #112: Screen Rage
Confession #111: They Know You’re Reading This
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