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This is how Skrillex partnered with Google to create a limited edition phone case

Dancing Astronaut – EDM, trap, techno, deep house, dubstep As part of Google’s new series of creative collaborations to create limited edition Android cases, Editions, Skrillex has been enlisted to develop its first three designs. Largely influenced by his fascination with space, the Skrillex Live Case connects to users’ phones to give you early access to a complimentary [...]

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Snowden documents show spy agencies exploiting issues with China’s most popular browser

New reports from CBC News and the Intercept show that intelligence agencies in Canada, the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom, and New Zealand exploited vulnerabilities in Alibaba’s UC Browser to surveil 500 million people. The agencies also planned to use various app stores to distribute their spyware. The reports indicate that UC Browser offered [...]

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Don’t shoot the messenger: Facebook asks game developers to trust its Messenger platform

Facebook wants to bring games to Messenger. The Information reports that Facebook is having “active conversations” with developers to establish Messenger, which was pulled out of the core Facebook service in March, as another platform through which they can distribute games. Much of the company’s plans haven’t been revealed. It’s not clear when games will [...]

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Microsoft Hyperlapse Beta

Microsoft’s time-lapse smoothing technology is now in open beta. Use the mobile app to create hyperlapses on your Android or Windows phone or get the Windows desktop version for videos taken from a variety of cameras. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Continue Reading from the Source

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Security trumps ideology as Google closes off its Chrome platform

Google is once again prioritizing consumer security over ideological “openness.” The company has announced that Chrome users will no longer be allowed to download extensions from anywhere but the official Chrome Web Store in July. Why? Because malicious software has become too large a problem to ignore. Google actually tried to stop malware from spreading via Chrome extensions last [...]

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