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Startups: How to Do a Pre-Mortem (and Prevent a Post-Mortem)

Doctors conduct postmortems to figure why people died. They do this to solve a crime, prevent the death of others, and satisfy curiosity. However, once somebody dies, it’s too late to help him. Entrepreneurs and their investors also often analyze why a product, service, or company died—especially if it’s someone else’s company. Show More Summary

Netflix Redesign Sheds The Spinning Carousel

It appears that Netflix is testing a new user interface for the web because some users are reporting seeing the new interface. Screenshots of the new interface have appeared online and from the looks of things it’s going to make it much easier to use the online streaming service as this Netflix redesign dumps the spinning carousel. Show More Summary

Apple fixed a load of security flaws in the first software update for the Apple Watch (AAPL)

Apple released the first software update for the Apple Watch on Tuesday, and it fixes a collection of bugs and security flaws that could have left watches vulnerable to hackers. The Register reports that the update fixes the "FREAK" vulnerability, which is a flaw in the encryption technology used to keep the internet secure. Show More Summary

iPhone 7 edge: What if Apple copied Samsung’s Galaxy S6 edge?

Even if a curved display is not really a must-have smartphone feature, the Galaxy S6 edge has turned quite a few heads since being released in March, thanks largely to its unusual design that blends several iPhone 6 elements with a screen that’s beautifully curved on both sides. Show More Summary

Did Osama bin Laden play this terrible video game?

When Navy SEALs attacked Osama bin Laden's compound in 2011, they discovered a trove of documents that the U.S. government has now released as a list. "Bin Laden's Bookshelf," as it's being called, contains news clippings, publications from think tanks such as the Heritage Foundation, books on international relations and various religious texts.Read full article >>

Samsung’s Galaxy Note Edge successor will reportedly lack S Pen functionality

In a new report out of SamMobile, the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge will not only lack S Pen functionality, but will be a larger version of the Galaxy S6 Edge.

Get a 64GB Galaxy S6 for the price of the 32GB model with T-Mobile's Memorial Day sale

This weekend, T-Mobile will be offering customers who purchase the Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 edge the ability to grab the larger storage capacity model for the price of the lower one. In celebration of the upcoming Memorial Day weekend, T-Mobile is offering customers the 64GB version of the Samsung Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 edge for the same price as the 32GB model.

Samsung Flow Enters Beta to Take on Apple Continuity

Samsung Flow, which transfers content easily between Samsung phones and tablets, is now available on the Google Play store in beta form.

Facebook Messenger’s video calling feature is now available worldwide

Facebook has announced that video calling on its Messenger app is now available worldwide, with the exception of a few countries where it is working to improve the quality. Last month, Facebook added the service to Messenger in 18 countries...Show More Summary

Diplo is the new Zuck, Silicon Valley is over (according to the trailer for new Zac Efron movie)

So the trailer for a new Zac Efron vehicle called “We Are Your Friends” was released today, and besides being filled with a bunch of actors I’ve never seen before (except that one guy who looked familiar, you know the one who was either...Show More Summary

How to update my Apple Watch software?

I read that there's an update to the firmware on the Apple Watch. Nice. How do I get it and install it on the device? The post How to update my Apple Watch software? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.

Tweets now show up in Google search results on mobile devices.

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Tweets now show up in Google search results on mobile devices. Twitter and Google reached a deal to work together earlier this year, and they’re making good on it now. One step at a time, though: Tweet search still doesn’t work on your desktop yet. Read more...

There's a subtle jab at a flopped Microsoft product hidden in the most recent episode of Silicon Valley

The HBO series Silicon Valley pokes fun at a lot of tech industry stereotypes — and, in some cases, the show parodies real people and events. In the most recent episode, which aired on Sunday, May 17, the writers behind the series may have cleverly snuck in one such reference. Show More Summary

New program to use Apple Watch to track behavioral health of cancer patients

Doctors at the MD Anderson Cancer Center will soon begin a program that uses the Apple Watch as a support tool for breast cancer patients. The MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper in New Jersey will use the Apple Watch to track behavioral data in breast cancer patients using a specially-designed application. Show More Summary

Win a premium Android phone: Galaxy S6 Edge, LG G4 or Huawei P8

Some of the world’s best phones run on Android, which also happens to be a brilliant operating system. To help you make the most of this matchup, we are giving one lucky reader the chance to pick from three flagship handsets. Phones are very personal, and everyone has their preferences. Show More Summary

The Pirate Bay Hydra Lives On, Taking Selfies While Driving, & More… [Tech News Digest]

The Pirate Hydra, idiotic smartphone driving, BlackBerry keeps on keeping on, Apple gets greedy, transfer funds with MasterCard Send, and how Transformers ruin everything. The Pirate Bay Is Indefatigable The Pirate Bay lives on to fight another day, despite copyright owners scoring a minor victory over the site. Show More Summary

Don’t be mad, Max but Twitter verified a fake George Miller account

‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ has been burning up the box office and getting plenty of Twitter chatter as a result. That may be why @GMillerMax, an account purporting to be the movie’s legendary director George Miller, was swiftly verified: The...Show More Summary

Robert Kraft Chooses 'La Familia' Over War, While The Emperor Of The NFL Has No Clothes

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has picked family over his fight with the league and the DeflateGate ruling. In the meantime, Commissioner Goodell is the emperor that has no clothes.

Mobile developers sceptical about new Microsoft iOS and Android porting tools

Reuters reports that Microsoft’s moves to ease porting of iOS and Android apps to Windows Phone has not been met with much enthusiasm by the mobile developer community, with most not planning to bring their software to Windows Phone. The issue appears to be a function of the small market share of Windows Phone combined […]

FOVE, The Virtual Reality Headset Controlled By Eye Movements, Launches On Kickstarter

FOVE, the virtual reality headset that you can control with just your eyes, is now available for pre-order on Kickstarter. The Tokyo-based startup, which launched at Disrupt SF last year as a Battlefield finalist, has already raised more than two-thirds of its $250,000 goal, with 44 days left to go. Read More

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