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		<title>Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition beta revealed, hits Microsoft&#039;s Windows Store on July 29</title>
		
		<pubDate>Sat, 04 Jul 2015 09:19:00 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
		<author>Brad Chacos</author>
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<p>Remember when creator Markus “Notch” Persson famously said he’d rather not have <em>Minecraft</em> on the PC at all than have it in the Windows Store, since he considered the Windows Store to be Microsoft’s attempt to lock down the open PC platform?</p><blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en">
<p dir="ltr" lang="en">Got an email from microsoft, wanting to help "certify" minecraft for win 8. I told them to stop trying to ruin the pc as an open platform.</p>— Markus Persson (@notch) <a href="https://twitter.com/notch/status/251239807257296897">September 27, 2012</a></blockquote>
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<p dir="ltr" lang="en">I'd rather have minecraft not run on win 8 at all than to play along. Maybe we can convince a few people not to switch to win 8 that way..</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2943870/minecraft-windows-10-edition-beta-is-coming-to-the-windows-store-on-july-29.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>Shadow Warrior 2 preview: More guns, more players, more dick jokes</title>
		
		<pubDate>Sat, 04 Jul 2015 04:00:00 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
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Every time I see a <em>Shadow Warrior</em> demo, I know there are going to be jokes of a, uh…phallic nature. I mean, the main character's last name is Wang, and the developers over at Flying Wild Hog are about as mature about it as you'd expect. Which is to say not mature at all.</p><p>
It doesn't matter. I still laughed. <em>Shadow Warrior 2</em> looks badass.</p><h2>High expectations</h2>
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It's funny how quickly a series can turn around. Look at people's expectations for <em>Tomb Raider</em>, pre- and post-2013. Or <em>Red Dead</em> pre- and post-<em>Redemption</em>.</p><p>
When I walked into my demo for the original <em>Shadow Warrior </em>reboot two years ago, I honestly didn't know what to expect. The original is at best a B-tier classic, a tier below <em>Doom </em>and <em>Wolfenstein</em> and <em>Duke Nukem</em>. At best. But then the demo kicked off with Lo Wang singing along (poorly) to Stan Bush and I was hooked.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2943620/shadow-warrior-2-preview-more-guns-more-players-more-dick-jokes.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>Samsung faces lawsuit in China over bloatware on phones</title>
		
		<pubDate>Fri, 03 Jul 2015 15:16:00 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
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A consumer protection group in China is suing Samsung Electronics and a Chinese vendor for placing too many preinstalled apps on phones, and is demanding that the whole smartphone industry eschew bloatware.</p><p>
On Thursday, the Shanghai Consumer Council said it filed public interest lawsuits against Samsung and Oppo for not only placing so much bloatware on their phones, but also making it impossible for the user to easily remove the apps.</p><p>
The consumer protection group has been receiving a growing number of complaints, and found that these preinstalled apps can take up a phone’s storage or download data without the user’s knowledge. In response, the group has filed the lawsuits in a Shanghai court, as a way to discourage smartphone vendors from weighing their products down with pre-installed software.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2944172/samsung-faces-lawsuit-in-china-over-bloatware-on-phones.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>This week in games: Star Citizen is selling a $400 ship, Battlezone is back, and more</title>
		
		<pubDate>Fri, 03 Jul 2015 11:00:00 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
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Short week! We’re all off Friday because it takes an entire day to stock up on enough beer and meat for this weekend’s July 4 barbecues. However, video game news keeps a-rockin’ because…well, actually there’s not that much news this week either. Because it’s July.</p><p>
<em>Star Citizen</em> announced its latest way to squander your kid’s college fund though, and did you know someone’s working on a virtual reality version of the arcade classic <em>Battlezone</em>? This is gaming news for the week of June 29.</p><h2>That post-E3 rush</h2>
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Somebody announced a game this week. Yes, in July. I know it’s weird.</p><p>
It’s called <em>ELEX</em>, and it’s a new open-world RPG from Piranha Bytes (the team behind <em>Risen</em>/<em>Gothic</em>). <em>ELEX</em> ditches the fantasy setting though for video gaming’s other favorite setting, the post-apocalypse. Also, the press release describes the game as “Eclectic, Lavish, Exhilarating, Xenial” which…well, hopefully that’s not why they titled it <em>ELEX</em>.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2943706/this-week-in-games-star-citizen-is-selling-a-400-ship-battlezone-is-back-and-more.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>Uber throws in the towel in battle with French taxi drivers</title>
		
		<pubDate>Fri, 03 Jul 2015 10:05:11 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
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<p>Uber Technologies is suspending its UberPop service in France, after a bitter fight with taxi drivers who say the service breaks the law.</p><p>The company plans to remove access to UberPop from its mobile app in France from 8 p.m. local time Friday, it said in a blog post.</p><p>UberPop allows passengers to hail rides from unlicensed drivers and is similar to the Uber X service offered in the United States and other countries.</p><p>Uber has been disrupting transportation markets around the world—nowhere more so than in Paris, where taxi drivers recently blocked highways and airport entrances with burning tires in protest at the company’s behavior. The protests also reportedly included attacks on Uber drivers, their vehicles and passengers. The taxi drivers are angry because, they say, UberPop breaches a new law on hiring vehicles with a driver that entered effect on Jan. 1.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2944312/uber-throws-in-the-towel-in-battle-with-french-taxi-drivers.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>Android phone vendors should improve update policies, consumer organization says</title>
		
		<pubDate>Fri, 03 Jul 2015 08:55:16 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
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<p>Too many Android phones are running old software with security flaws, according to Dutch consumer association Consumentenbond, which wants manufacturers to update their phones’ software more often, and for longer.</p><p>The association tested 171 Android smartphones that it had acquired over the last two years, applying the latest software update provided by the manufacturer.</p><p>Only one in six of the updated phones were running Android 5.0, released last November, or a newer version. Half of the phones, even after updating, still ran a version two years old (Android 4.3), or older. Those versions have known security flaws.</p><p>“We believe that consumers are entitled to a reliable and safe device. Manufacturers should be able to provide updates for their devices at least two years after their release,” said Bart Combée, president of Consumentenbond.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2944297/android-phone-vendors-should-improve-update-policies-consumer-organization-says.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>Five smartphones to look forward to</title>
		
		<pubDate>Fri, 03 Jul 2015 08:55:14 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
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<p>If you’re planning to buy a new smartphone this year, but haven’t bought one yet it might be better to wait a bit longer: Apple, Samsung Electronics and OnePlus are all expected to launch new models in the next couple of months.</p><p>Here are some of the models you should see during the second half of the year:</p><p><strong>OnePlus 2</strong></p><p>While most of the products on this list (and their specs) are just rumors, Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus has been busy detailing its 2 model, which will be launched on July 27.</p><p>So far, OnePlus has revealed the phone will have a fingerprint sensor and be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810. The company is using an upgraded version of the processor, v2.1, that isn’t susceptible to the overheating issues that the first version reportedly suffered from, it said.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2944292/five-smartphones-to-look-forward-to.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>Ad fraud Trojan updates Flash Player so that other malware can&#039;t get in</title>
		
		<pubDate>Fri, 03 Jul 2015 08:40:11 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
		<author>Lucian Constantin</author>
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<p>Someone call the malware antitrust commission: Recent versions of the Kovter ad fraud Trojan, which infects computers through Web-based exploits, close the door after themselves by updating Flash Player to the latest version.</p><p>The new and somewhat surprising behavior <a href="http://malware.dontneedcoffee.com/2015/07/kovter-adfraud-is-updating-flash-for-you.html">was recently observed</a> by a malware researcher known online as Kafeine, who specializes in tracking drive-by download attacks that use exploit kits.</p><p>Kovter is used for so-called click or advertising fraud. Once installed on a computer, it hijacks the browser process and uses it to simulate user clicks on online advertisements in order to generate revenue for its creators.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2944272/ad-fraud-trojan-updates-flash-player-so-that-other-malware-cant-get-in.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Friday, July 3</title>
		
		<pubDate>Fri, 03 Jul 2015 06:25:10 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
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<p><strong>Windows 10 is close to finished after third build in under a week</strong></p><p>Microsoft has released three more preview builds of Windows 10 in under a week, cranking up the pace as the final release date, July 29, approaches. PC World <a href="http://www.pcworld.com/article/2944092/handson-windows-10s-latest-build-feels-close-to-finished.html">tested the latest build</a> and pronounced it close to finished.</p><p><strong>Intel reshuffles leadership as president quits</strong></p><p>Renée James is quitting as president of Intel. She plans to take a CEO role at another company, something she says <a href="http://www.pcworld.com/article/2943892/intel-shuffles-ranks-president-rene-james-to-exit.html">she’s wanted to do ever since being passed over for the top job</a> at Intel in 2013. Losing a woman in such a senior role won’t help Intel’s diversity statistics. The company has been trying to improve its image in that respect ever since initially backing the wrong side in the Gamergate controversy, and recently announced a <a href="http://www.cio.co.uk/news/budgeting/intel-invest-125-million-in-startups-run-by-women-3615254/">$125 million fund to invest in startups run by women</a>.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2944252/the-upload-your-tech-news-briefing-for-friday-july-3.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>How to keep track of Beats 1 playlists even when you&#039;re not &#034;tuned in&#034;</title>
		
		<pubDate>Fri, 03 Jul 2015 05:55:00 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
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The music streaming revolution has arrived in the form of <a href="http://www.macworld.com/article/2942047/first-look-at-apple-music-siri-and-beats-1-turn-streaming-on-its-ear.html">Apple Music</a>—or so say the reviewers anyway. Services like Rhapsody, Rdio, and Spotify have been around for a while, but Apple Music’s features are getting a lot people excited. Alongside Apple Music’s new streaming service is <a href="http://www.macworld.com/article/2943256/the-first-24-hours-of-beats-1-according-to-twitter.html">Beats 1</a>, a live streaming 24/7 radio station with DJs from around the world.</p><p>
Even if you decide not to sign-up for Apple Music, you can listen to Beats 1 for free. But if you don’t want to bother with booting up iTunes 12.2 to listen on your PC or Mac, you aren’t ready to upgrade your iOS device to iOS 8.4 (or you have an Android phone, which won’t get Apple Music until the fall), or you just want an accessory to keep track of what the radio station is playing, here are a few tools that can help. </p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2943640/how-to-get-a-taste-of-beats-1-radio-without-subscribing-to-apple-music.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>Large Reddit sections go dark after exit of popular staffer responsible for AMAs</title>
		
		<pubDate>Fri, 03 Jul 2015 05:46:00 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
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<p>The exit of a key Reddit staffer, who apparently played an important role in the bustling AMA (Ask Me Anything) question-and-answer section, has created an uproar on the online discussion website.</p><p>Many large communities, or subreddits in the parlance of the site, have been set to private, allowing only moderators or approved submitters to view the contents.</p><p>Anger over the exit of Victoria Taylor, Reddit’s communications director, who assisted in AMAs with a variety of celebrities and other top personalities, appears to have mushroomed into a controversy over a lack of consultation between Reddit administrators and its volunteer moderators.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2944152/reddit-sections-go-dark-after-exit-of-staffer.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>Cisco leaves key to all its Unified CDM systems under doormat</title>
		
		<pubDate>Fri, 03 Jul 2015 04:25:11 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
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<p>Cisco Systems recently realized that its Unified Communications Domain Manager (Unified CDM) software contains a default privileged account with a static password that cannot be changed, exposing the platform to hacking by remote attackers.</p><p>The Cisco Unified CDM is part of the Cisco Hosted Collaboration System and provides automation and administrative functions for the Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Cisco Unity Connection, Cisco Jabber applications, associated phones and software clients.</p><p>The privileged account is created when Unified CDM is first installed and cannot be changed or removed without affecting the system’s functionality—although exactly how, Cisco didn’t say in its <a href="http://tools.cisco.com/security/center/content/CiscoSecurityAdvisory/cisco-sa-20150701-cucdm">security advisory</a>. The only solution, the company said, is to install the patches it released.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2944232/cisco-leaves-key-to-all-its-unified-cdm-systems-under-doormat.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>Five to Try: Vainglory delivers mobile MOBA action, and stream the Tour de France</title>
		
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		<title>The 10 best Android apps to run on your Chromebook</title>
		
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		<author>Derek Walter</author>
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		<description><![CDATA[<article class="slideshow"><figure class="slide"><figcaption>Android is taking up residence in Chrome OS</figcaption><img data-imageid="100535183" src="http://images.techhive.com/images/article/2014/12/chromebook-100535183-orig.jpg" data-thumb-src="http://images.techhive.com/images/article/2014/12/chromebook-100535183-orig.jpg" alt="chromebook"/><div class="slideBody"><p>Android and Chrome are better together. Google continues to tie the laces between the two operating systems, giving developers—and adventurous everyday users—the tools to put <a href="http://www.pcworld.com/article/2905297/heres-how-to-run-android-apps-on-chrome-with-googles-new-tool.html">Android apps on Chrome OS</a>.</p><p>Be warned: This effort is definitely in the early stages, so if you’re uncomfortable with running into some glitches along the way then it may be best to tread very slowly before trying to turn your Chromebook into a second home for all your Android apps. </p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2924033/the-10-best-android-apps-to-run-on-your-chromebook.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>The 10 best PC games of 2015 (so far)</title>
		
		<pubDate>Fri, 03 Jul 2015 03:00:00 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
		<author>Hayden Dingman</author>
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		<description><![CDATA[<article class="slideshow"><figure class="slide"><figcaption>A strong start</figcaption><img data-imageid="100594233" src="https://cms-images.idgesg.net/images/article/2015/06/gaming-pc-100594233-gallery.jpg" data-thumb-src="https://cms-images.idgesg.net/images/article/2015/06/gaming-pc-100594233-square.jpg" alt="gaming pc"/><div class="slideBody"><p>I don’t want to blow your mind, but it’s <em>already July</em>. I know. Crazy. And it’s been one hell of a year so far for video games— <em>The Witcher 3!</em> <em>Kerbal Space Program!</em> <em>Grim </em>Effin’<em> Fandango!</em> Phew. We’re on track already to have one of <em>those</em> years—you know, like 1998. Or 2007. And we haven’t even entered the fall reviews season yet, where we’ll see heavy hitters this year like <em><a href="http://www.pcworld.com/article/2935813/bethesdas-e3-2015-kick-off-fallout-4-release-date-doom-dishonored-2-and-more.html">Fallout 4</a></em> and <em><a href="http://www.pcworld.com/article/2941364/soma-hands-on-underwater-no-one-can-hear-you-scream.html">SOMA</a></em>.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2942741/the-10-best-pc-games-of-2015-so-far.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>With the best movies on Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu, who needs fireworks?</title>
		
		<pubDate>Fri, 03 Jul 2015 03:00:00 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
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Just as certain books get categorized as “beach reading,” there’s a special kind of movie that’s best described as “summer streaming.” These films can be thrillers or crime stories, based in suspense and mystery, or they can be off-the-radar comedies. They can be small, intimate dramas or big adventure stories. Or they can be socially aware horror movies like <em>The Mist</em>, or a socially aware black comedy like <em>Bulworth</em>, both of which get you thinking while you’re being entertained, keeping us in touch with civilization while drifting off on a short digital vacation.</p><h2>Bulworth (Netflix)  </h2>
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Just past age 60, Warren Beatty co-wrote, co-produced, directed, and starred in this unusual summer movie. <em>Bulworth</em> (1998) sounds like a disaster: Beatty plays the title character, a burned-out senator who is so depressed he buys a life insurance policy and takes out a contract on his own life. Staying awake for days and drinking, he begins scrapping his prepared speeches and telling the (still relevant) truth. He hangs out with members of the black community and even starts rapping! It doesn’t hurt that a beautiful young activist (Halle Berry) becomes interested in him.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2943710/with-the-best-movies-on-netflix-amazon-and-hulu-who-needs-fireworks.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>IT firms&#039; cloud appetite strong as gear sales surge 25 percent</title>
		
		<pubDate>Fri, 03 Jul 2015 02:50:10 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
		<author>Tim Hornyak</author>
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<p>In another sign of the movement of more and more data into cloud services, global first-quarter sales of cloud-related hardware rose 25.1 percent year on year, to nearly US$6.3 billion, according to an IDC survey.</p><p>The <a href="http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS25732215">Worldwide Quarterly Cloud IT Infrastructure Tracker survey results</a> marked the second-highest increase for total revenue in five quarters, and growth for the segment continued to outperform that of the overall IT infrastructure market.</p><p>While sales of infrastructure equipment that was unrelated to cloud services grew by 6.1 percent, revenue related to infrastructure for private cloud services was up 24.4 percent to $2.4 billion while that for public cloud services increased 25.5 percent to $3.9 billion.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2944192/it-firms-cloud-appetite-strong-as-gear-sales-surge-25-percent.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>Plex hacker demands Bitcoin ransom for return of data</title>
		
		<pubDate>Thu, 02 Jul 2015 20:50:00 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
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<p>Video streaming service Plex has reset user passwords after it was breached by a hacker who threatened to release stolen data unless he’s paid a ransom.</p><p>The company found out on Wednesday that a server hosting its forum and blog had been compromised, Chris Curtis, a Plex support engineer, said in a <a href="https://blog.plex.tv/2015/07/02/security-notice-forum-user-password-resets/">blog post</a>.</p><p>Information including IP addresses, email addresses, private forum messages and encrypted passwords were exposed.</p><p>Someone going by the nickname “Savata” claimed responsibility for the breach and threatened to release the data on torrent networks if a ransom wasn’t paid in bitcoins.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2944112/plex-hacker-demands-bitcoin-ransom-for-return-of-data.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>Microsoft buries hatchet with Kyocera, ending litigation</title>
		
		<pubDate>Thu, 02 Jul 2015 20:46:00 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
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Microsoft and Kyocera have put an end to a patent spat that began earlier this year by expanding a patent cross-licensing deal between them.</p><p>
In a <a href="https://news.microsoft.com/2015/07/02/kyocera-microsoft-expand-technology-sharing-agreement/">tersely worded, four-sentence press release</a> Thursday, the companies said the licensing deal would enable them to use “a broader range of each other’s technologies in their respective products.” Beyond that, the terms were not disclosed.</p><p>
It’s another win for Microsoft’s ongoing practice of seeking patent licenses from Android manufacturers. Earlier this year, the company sued Kyocera because of components that are part of Android that Microsoft says infringe on its patents. Licensing patents related to Android is a big business for the company, which revealed last year that Samsung paid more than $1 billion from July 2012 to June 2013 as part of a patent licensing deal.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2944132/microsoft-buries-hatchet-with-kyocera-ending-litigation.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>Hands-on: Windows 10&#039;s latest preview build feels close to finished</title>
		
		<pubDate>Thu, 02 Jul 2015 18:02:00 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
		<author>Blair Hanley Frank</author>
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<p>It has been quite a week for Windows 10. In the past four days, Microsoft has released three preview builds of its upcoming operating system, and the company plans to keep serving up hot new bits to testers in rapid-fire style in the run-up to the OS’s launch on July 29.</p><p>After spending a few days with the latest builds, it’s easy to see why Microsoft is increasing its pace of releases, and it’s also easy to see why the Windows Insider Program is needed. <a href="http://www.pcworld.com/article/2943992/third-build-of-windows-10-in-one-week-a-sign-of-os-stability.html">Build 10162</a> (released on Thursday) feels like the most stable and responsive version of the operating system that Microsoft has shipped to date. With less than a month to go until Microsoft starts rolling out Windows 10 to the public, it’s a sign that end users who haven’t taken part in the Windows Insider Program will have a fairly complete operating system to use at launch.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2944092/handson-windows-10s-latest-build-feels-close-to-finished.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>Nexia Home Intelligence adds support for multi-sensors</title>
		
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		<title>Supreme Court justices hold stock in tech vendors, other firms</title>
		
		<pubDate>Thu, 02 Jul 2015 14:15:12 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
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<p>Two U.S. Supreme Court justices owned stock in tech vendors or other companies that filed briefs in cases under review by the high court in the past year, a watchdog group said Thursday.</p><p>The justices’ ownership of stock in three companies that filed amicus, or friend of the court, briefs in Supreme Court cases during the past year represent a “minefield of potential conflicts of interest and ethical problems” that could damage the court’s reputation, said Fix the Court, a group advocating for more transparency at the court.</p><p>Chief Justice John Roberts owned up to US $750,000 in shares of Time Warner and its subsidiaries at the time the media giant filed a brief in ABC v. Aereo, which broadcasters won 6-3 last June, with Roberts in the majority. Aereo was a start-up offering TV service to subscribers through specialized antenna farms.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2944072/supreme-court-justices-hold-stock-in-tech-vendors-other-firms.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<pubDate>Thu, 02 Jul 2015 14:01:00 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
		<author>Brad Chacos</author>
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		<description><![CDATA[<article class="slideshow"><figure class="slide"><figcaption>The fast and the furious</figcaption><img data-imageid="100594846" src="https://cms-images.idgesg.net/images/article/2015/07/windows-10-samsung-100594846-gallery.jpg" data-thumb-src="https://cms-images.idgesg.net/images/article/2015/07/windows-10-samsung-100594846-square.jpg" alt="windows 10 samsung"/><div class="slideBody"><p>With Windows 10’s July 29 launch date looming, Microsoft’s kicked its preview program into overdrive. The past week has seen no less than <em>three</em> all-new Windows 10 preview builds, a new Windows 10 Mobile for phones preview, and even a sweeping overhaul to the Office 2016 consumer preview. Whew!</p><p>Did you blink? Here’s what you missed in Microsoftland.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2943960/microsofts-fast-furious-week-inside-new-windows-10-and-office-2016-previews-galore.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>How Instagram spots a trend</title>
		
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<p>With a user base of over 300 million people, who collectively post 70 million new photographs and short videos a day, Instagram provides a timely view of events around the world that people are interested in. But how does the service spot emerging trends while they are still on the rise?</p><p>Two of the company’s engineers, Danilo Resende and Udi Weinsberg, have <a href="http://instagram-engineering.tumblr.com/post/122961624217/trending-at-instagram">posted a blog item</a> that reveals some of the company’s secrets in spotting emerging trends.</p><p>The details of the company’s algorithms might be of interest to other Internet-facing services also looking to harness the collective interest of the masses to produce more timely content. It also provides more light on how Instagram, and presumably other social networking sites, determine what is a trend. <a href="http://www.ignitesocialmedia.com/twitter-marketing/trending-on-twitter-a-look-at-algorithms-behind-trending-topics/">Like Twitter</a>, Instagram generates its trending topics automatically.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2944012/how-instagram-spots-a-trend.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>Microsoft releases third Windows 10 preview of the week in sign of OS stability</title>
		
		<pubDate>Thu, 02 Jul 2015 12:10:00 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
		<author>Blair Hanley Frank</author>
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<p>Microsoft gave early testers of Windows 10 a little surprise in the run-up to the Fourth of July holiday in the U.S. by releasing a yet another new build of its upcoming operating system to the public.</p><p><a href="http://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2015/07/02/welcome-to-the-faster-fast-ring/">Build 10162</a> is the third build Microsoft has released in one week—a record for the company during its public beta testing—and comes just a day and a half after the company released its predecessor, build 10159.</p><p>The release only features bug fixes and other minor improvements, which is hardly a surprise, since Windows 10 will begin rolling out to customers later this month. While there aren’t any new capabilities included in this build, it’s supposed to feature “better reliability, performance, battery life, and compatibility than any Windows 10 Insider Preview build so far.”</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2943992/third-build-of-windows-10-in-one-week-a-sign-of-os-stability.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>Pixel art and pigeons: Inside Devolver Digital&#039;s quirky, retro-infused PC game lineup</title>
		
		<pubDate>Thu, 02 Jul 2015 12:00:00 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
		<author>Hayden Dingman</author>
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Devolver always has my favorite showcase at E3, and it’s not just because I get to escape from the stale-air conditioned hell of the LA Convention Center to rake in some Southern California sunshine—though that is, scientifically, part of it. Never underestimate the effect Vitamin D has on your happiness.</p><p>
But it’s more than that. Over the past few years, Devolver has proved itself one of video gaming’s most exciting publishers. Does every game hit? No. Some of Devolver’s titles prove better as concepts than full-length games. Others are, frankly, weird as hell.</p><p>
They’re all <em>interesting</em> though, and E3 2015 was no exception. In addition to hosting one of my most-anticipated games of the moment, <em>Shadow Warrior 2</em>, I also checked out a lineup that includes everything from a Viking-inspired dungeon crawler to…another pigeon game. For real.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2943714/pixel-art-and-pigeons-inside-devolver-digitals-quirky-retro-infused-pc-game-lineup.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>Google&#039;s back-talking A.I. system gets its sass from people</title>
		
		<pubDate>Thu, 02 Jul 2015 11:00:00 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
		<author>Sharon Gaudin</author>
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A Google computer recently made headlines for appearing to become agitated and verbally lashing out at the human working with it.</p><p>
Artificial intelligence and machine learning researchers say have no <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/article/2877617/scientists-say-ai-fears-unfounded-could-hinder-tech-advances.html">fear</a>. That’s not what the computer is doing.</p><p>
“They’re using big data for machine learning,” said Alan W Black, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University’s Language Technologies Institute. “They’re probably mining logs of questions from various sites, like Google Groups and mailing lists, and you might have noticed that a lot of people on the net are snarky. Because it’s in the training data and the machine doesn’t know if it’s snarky or not, the machine will just use it. You get that personality coming out in the answers.”</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2943550/googles-back-talking-ai-system-gets-its-sass-from-people.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>5 free Wi-Fi tools that help maximize your home network</title>
		
		<pubDate>Thu, 02 Jul 2015 10:14:00 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
		<author>Ian Paul</author>
		<dc:creator>Ian Paul</dc:creator>
		
		
		
			
		<description><![CDATA[<article class="slideshow"><figure class="slide"><figcaption>Wi-Fi made more wonderful</figcaption><img data-imageid="100594764" src="http://images.techhive.com/images/article/2015/07/linksys-wrt1900ac-100594764-gallery.jpg" data-thumb-src="http://images.techhive.com/images/article/2015/07/linksys-wrt1900ac-100594764-square.jpg" alt="linksys wrt1900ac"/><div class="slideBody"><p>Forget about sliced bread—Wi-Fi is easily one of the greatest inventions of the last few decades. Thanks to Wi-Fi every device in your home can easily get online, whether it’s your iPad, desktop PC, the high-definition television in the living room, and maybe even your coffee pot or fridge.</p><p>But are you getting the most out of your wireless Internet connection? Is it truly as fast as your service provider claims? Are the neighbors screwing up your signal? Do you know how to connect all your various devices together to share files at home?</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2943644/5-free-wi-fi-tools-that-help-maximize-your-home-network.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>Qualcomm: A flood of cheap LTE smartphones is on the way</title>
		
		<pubDate>Thu, 02 Jul 2015 10:13:00 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
		<author>Mikael Ricknäs</author>
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<p>The Snapdragon 210 processor, which is meant to open the door for sub-$100 LTE smartphones, is off to a slow start. But that is about to change, according to Qualcomm.</p><p>With LTE networks popping up all over the world, the need for affordable smartphones compatible with the network technology has increased. To meet this demand, Qualcomm launched the Snapdragon 210 in September last year.</p><p>The processor has four ARM Cortex-A7 cores running at 1.1GHz. In addition to LTE at up to 150Mbps, smartphones powered by the Snapdragon 210 can have HD screens, 8-megapixel cameras that can shoot full HD videos and support Qualcomm’s Quick Charge technology.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2943912/bevy-of-cheap-lte-smartphones-on-the-way-qualcomm-says.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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		<title>Scott McNealy sees gold in the hills of social data</title>
		
		<pubDate>Thu, 02 Jul 2015 10:05:11 -0700</pubDate>
		
		
		
		
		<author>Katherine Noyes</author>
		<dc:creator>Katherine Noyes</dc:creator>
		
		
		
			
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<p>It’s coming up on four years since ex-Sun CEO Scott McNealy <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/article/2498611/data-center/ex-sun-boss-mcnealy-launches-social-gaming-startup.html">launched</a> Wayin, but the startup today bears little resemblance to its original self.</p><p>When it was conceived, Wayin was billed as a social gaming site where users could post photos and questions, create quick minipolls and solicit opinions.</p><p>“Originally we thought we’d have an app that’s part Pinterest, part Quora, part gaming,” McNealy recalled in a recent interview. “You’d interact using your phone, and we’d capture the data.”</p><p>Over time, however, it became clear that “Pinterest had already won,” he said.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2943932/scott-mcnealy-sees-gold-in-the-hills-of-social-data.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>]]></description>
		
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