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T-Mobile launches video calling for some Samsung Galaxy phones

Using the regular phone interface, T-Mobile subscribers can make and receive video calls from Samsung's new Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Galaxy Note 5.

Samsung’s Tizen-Based Gear S2

Dan Seifert, writing for The Verge after some hands-on time with Samsung’s upcoming new watch: The impressive things with the Gear S2 don’t end with its new design: Samsung’s actually figured out a really smart interaction model forShow More Summary

The most eye-popping tech of IFA 2015

From smartphone-controlled robot vacuums to HD Blu-ray players, sleep trackers, and smartwatches, this year's IFA show unveiled a ton of eye-popping tech. In this slideshow, we've mapped out the products we're looking forward to the most.

Why Twitter must blow by 140

Mathew Ingram has a post where he looks at the pros and cons of Twitter getting rid of the 140-character limit. I don't think there are any cons, they have to do it. Here's why. Facebook is right. People don't click on links. It's not just true of mobile readers, it's true of all readers, everywhere all the time. Show More Summary

Google Launches a Dedicated Street View App by @mattsouthern

Google has launched a dedicated Street View app, available on iOS and Android. The post Google Launches a Dedicated Street View App by @mattsouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Google to Provide Instant Information on Over 900 Health Conditions by @mattsouthern

Google has added support for health conditions, now providing instant information on over 900 conditions. The post Google to Provide Instant Information on Over 900 Health Conditions by @mattsouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Make Your PDF Files More Accessible & Reader Friendly with these Tips

Creating a PDF is a great way to ensure that your document is read just as you wrote it. No matter what device is being used, your file will be presented exactly as you expect. If you want your document to be read, it’s important to make sure that it’s reader-friendly. Show More Summary

How to Admit that You Are Terrible at Podcast Interviews (and Why This Matters for Your Success)

Sometimes inspiration overcomes planning. For this episode, The Showrunner hosts Jerod Morris and Jon Nastor had planned to cover an entirely different topic. Luckily, the record button had been hit during their pre-call discussion, so they decided to roll with it. Show More Summary

Arrests made over zombifying drug known as 'devil's breath'

Can a sniff of powder believed to be used by witches in the Middle Ages turn you into a zombie at the beck and call of your attacker? Maybe so, three arrests in Paris indicate.

Get ready to rock with the hard-rockin' Marshall London (pictures)

Push your way to the front of the mosh pit and check out these hands-on pictures of the first smartphone from the legendary audio brand.

SanDisk is playing nice in the ecosystem | #VMworld

SanDisk Corp. is in a unique position in the storage sp […]

Open PermID Provides Free Access to Thomson Reuters-Linked Data

Thomson Reuters, one of the world’s leading sources of intelligent information, has launched Open PermID, a set of APIs and tools that organizations can use to access Thomson Reuters’ massive core entity data set. Open PermID provides access to Thomson Reuters-linked entity data via bulk downloads, hypermedia APIs, and online tools.

Seth Godin’s Top Tips for Freelancers

When Brian Clark started his first business in 1998, it turns out he did a lot of things right. It wasn’t until May of 1999 when Brian read a book called Permission Marketing that he realized what he was missing, which led to his first successful business. Show More Summary

Revolutionizing networking speeds | #VMworld

How can you move data without utilizing much of the mos […]

ISPs and Rightsholders Extend “Six Strikes” Anti-Piracy Scheme

The six-strikes Copyright Alert System will remain in place. The MPAA, RIAA and five large U.S. Internet providers have unanimously agreed to extend the program. The parties are currently negotiating if and how they can improve the warning system in the hope that it will eventually change people's attitudes toward piracy. Show More Summary

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