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62 Digital Resources You May Have Missed

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Wow, is the week over already? It seems like only yesterday we were upgrading our iPhone software to iOS 6. Perhaps you skipped the update altogether, and decided to camp out and get yourself a shiny new iPhone 5. Or maybe you just spent the week playing video games in your underwear, and watching reruns […]

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Does Microsoft Help the NSA Hack Your Computer?

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Earlier this month, a Bloomberg News investigative piece revealed that Microsoft, anti-virus software maker McAfee and numerous other American technology firms shared advance information about vulnerabilities in their software with the U.S. government. Such knowledge, Bloomberg reported, could be weaponized, giving the United States a tool to break into the computer systems of adversaries — […]

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The Digerati: 7 Profiles of Successful Entrepreneurs

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In the Day in the Life Series, Mashable hand-picked seven successful tech entrepreneurs to follow for a day. We wanted to know what their routine is like, what they eat for lunch, how much time they spend in meetings, who they seek out for advice and what keeps them going day after day on little […]

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A Shift in Dating App Technology Protects User Privacy

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Privacy is a slippery slope — the more we engage with and utilize the technology at hand, the more we compromise our privacy. The dating app SinglesAroundMe offers an answer to concerns about GPS location and user privacy with their new feature, Position-Shift. Position-Shift allows the user to decide how others view their current location […]

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Mashable Weekend Recap: 67 Stories You Might Have Missed

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The fallout from Apple’s Maps debacle was among the top headlines this past weekend. Mashable brought you those stories, as well as other tech and social media news while you were out of the office. Our staff kept tabs on all the latest happenings, so don’t worry if you missed a few articles. Check out […]

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9 Evernote Products You Have to Try

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9 Evernote Products You’re Not Using Yet 1. Evernote Web Clipper Attach Evernote’s Web Clipper extension to your Chrome, Safari, Firefox or IE browser to save important text, photos and links – from news articles to pictures of your dream car. File these clips into Evernote folders, where you can access them later for information […]

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Google Chrome Goes After Marketers With New ‘Do Not Track’ Feature

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If you use Google Chrome and don’t want your online behavior tracked by marketers, today’s your lucky day. Chrome, currently the world’s most popular browser, just got an update with the much-requested “Do Not Track” feature — which Google promised it would release earlier this year. Do Not Track is an increasingly widespread option. (Twitter […]

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ESPN, Dropbox and Lego Apps Coming to Windows 8

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REDMOND — Some big names have just announced apps for Windows 8, including ESPN, Dropbox and Lego. ESPN’s senior VP of mobile, Michael Bayle, appeared at Microsoft’s Build developer conference to debut the channel’s new app. The ESPN app aggregates news in a horizontal scroll, incorporating photos, podcasts and content from the channel’s magazine. Similar […]

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Storybook App Helps Kids Overcome Needle Phobia

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No one likes a trip to the doctor. Triple that dread if you’re a child-turned-banshee once a needle comes into the picture. There’s an app for that, and just in time for flu season. Healthline Networks launched a “Big Shots Get Shots” campaign to help children overcome their needle fear, or trypanophobia. Along with a […]

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Zynga Fights Back, Says EA Copied Games

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In early August Electronic Arts filed a lawsuit against social gaming giant Zynga for its new Facebook game The Ville. “The copying was so comprehensive that the two games are, to an uninitiated observer, largely indistinguishable,” said Lucy Bradshaw, general manager of Maxis (the EA subsidiary that produces all Sims games). Zynga finally responded to […]

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Considering a Digital Detox? Just Google “Nature” Instead

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The Scottish Highlands.Image: Flickr, larsjuh This year some people might consider the idea of a digital detox vacation. Perhaps a trip to the Scottish Highlands, where communities deprived of decent broadband are wondering whether to market themselves as digital-free destinations in an attempt to flip a lack of poor reception into “meaningful and emotional experiences”. […]

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