• Google's 'Social Czar' Resigns – CRNApril 24, 2014
    New York Times Google's 'Social Czar' Resigns CRN On Google+, the social platform he created, Vic Gundotra announces his resignation from the company. byJoseph Tsidulko on April 24, 2014, 6:21 pm EDT. Google's Senior Vice President for Social Vivek Gundotra announced his resignation from the … Google senior VP and head of Google+ to leave after eight years Los Angeles Times Google social chief Vic Gundotra steps down CNNMoney Google+ Is Walking Dead TechCrunch Tom's Hardware Guide  - Wall Street Journal  - Forbes all 116 news articles »
  • UPDATE 3-Apple, Google agree to settle lawsuit alleging hiring conspiracy – ReutersApril 24, 2014
    NBC Bay Area UPDATE 3-Apple, Google agree to settle lawsuit alleging hiring conspiracy Reuters (Adds Intel declined to comment). By Dan Levine. SAN FRANCISCO, April 24 (Reuters) – Four major tech companies including Apple and Google have agreed to settle a lawsuit accusing them of conspiring to hold down salaries in Silicon Valley, just weeks … Tech Companies Agree To Settle Wage Suit Wall Street Journal Apple, Google will pay 64000 engineers to avoid trial on “no-poach” deal Ars Technica Apple reaches settlement in Silicon Valley anti-poaching lawsuit [ux2] Apple Insider Mashable  - Computerworld  - USA TODAY all 93 news articles »
  • So long, net neutrality? FCC to propose new pay-for-preferential treatment rules – PCWorldApril 24, 2014
    New York Times So long, net neutrality? FCC to propose new pay-for-preferential treatment rules PCWorld The U.S. Federal Communications Commission will take public comments before moving forward with a new set of net neutrality rules that sparked controversy when they were leaked in a news report earlier Wednesday. The FCC will release a proposal soon … Calm down: FCC's position on Net neutrality hasn't changed CNET FCC proposing pay-for-priority Internet standards Fox News 'This is not net neutrality' MSNBC TIME  - Al Jazeera America  - The Globe and Mail all 682 news articles »
  • Cosmic illusion revealed: Gravitational lens magnifies supernova – Astronomy MagazineApril 24, 2014
    National Geographic Cosmic illusion revealed: Gravitational lens magnifies supernova Astronomy Magazine A team of researchers has announced the discovery of a galaxy that magnified a background type Ia supernova thirtyfold through gravitational lensing. By University of Tokyo, Kashiwa, Japan | Published: Thursday, April 24, 2014. RELATED TOPICS: SPACE … Super-bright supernova might not be so unusual after all Ars Technica Mystery of dazzling supernova solved BBC News Astronomers Solve Mystery of Superbright Supernova National Geographic Popular Mechanics  - Space.com  - Northern Voices Online all 16 news articles »
  • Amazon Accessory Listing Tips 'Surface Mini' – PC MagazineApril 24, 2014
    TechSpot Amazon Accessory Listing Tips 'Surface Mini' PC Magazine Will Microsoft be releasing a small version of its Surface tablets soon? Vostrostone certainly hopes so. 0shares. Vostrostrone Surface Mini Case. A Microsoft Surface Mini, you say? Rumors are churning today regarding the possible introduction of a new … Will Microsoft Launch Surface Mini Tablet In May? InformationWeek Surface Pro 3 Release Date Nears: Microsoft To Compete With Apple The Fuse Joplin Microsoft's Surface mini seemingly revealed on Amazon BGR Kioskea  - Businessinsider India  - TechnoBuffalo all 34 news articles »
  • LittleBits and NASA Join to Make 'Space Kit' – Design & TrendApril 24, 2014
    Design & Trend LittleBits and NASA Join to Make 'Space Kit' Design & Trend The new kits are more demanding than playing with snappable blocks like Legos, but they are much easier than wiring and programing. (Photo : LittleBits). NASA and LittleBits have created a Space Kit suitable for your kids that aspire to be astronauts. NASA Space Kit by LittleBits: A Starter Satellite for Your Kid Astronaut Wall Street Journal Build your own space station with LittleBits' NASA-approved kit Engadget NASA tries space kits to engage kids in science and space Reuters Popular Mechanics  - ReadWrite  - Gizmodo all 34 news articles »
  • Facebook Acquires Fitness-Tracking 'Moves' App – PC MagazineApril 24, 2014
    ABC News Facebook Acquires Fitness-Tracking 'Moves' App PC Magazine Facebook has no plans (right now) to integrates Moves' data into its other interests (be they advertising or apps). 0shares. 'Moves' app. Facebook likes to move it, move it. So much so, that Moves — the iOS and Android fitness tracker app — announced today … Facebook buys ProtoGeo, maker of Moves fitness tracking app Computerworld Facebook buys fitness tracker startup behind Moves Kansas City Star all 128 news articles »
  • Current Lake Superior ice cover is nearly 20 times more than last year – Fox NewsApril 24, 2014
    Washington Post Current Lake Superior ice cover is nearly 20 times more than last year Fox News It may be spring, but for the Great Lakes, particularly Lake Superior – it's looking like winter more than ever. Images captured this week by NASA's Aqua satellite show that Lake Superior is still nearly 60 percent ice covered, according to the NOAA Great Lakes … Extreme Great Lakes ice extent could portend cool summer for eastern US Washington Post (blog) Shocking spring ice levels show how hard winter has been Gizmodo Cold again, ice lingers on Great Lakes; What about summer? WXYZ io9 all 21 news articles »
  • Anyone Can Buy Google Glass Now – GizmodoApril 24, 2014
    Anyone Can Buy Google Glass Now Gizmodo Anyone with $1500 dollars can head over to this page and buy Google Glass right now. Though Google hasn't made a formal announcement about a public launch for the augmented reality specs, the shopping page is live. It's worth noting, that though the … and more »
  • How a Plant Beckons the Bacteria That Will Do It Harm – Newswise (press release)April 24, 2014
    How a Plant Beckons the Bacteria That Will Do It Harm Newswise (press release) Newswise — RICHLAND, Wash. – A common plant puts out a welcome mat to bacteria seeking to invade, and scientists have discovered the mat's molecular mix. The study published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reveals … and more »

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