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  1. Is this the best invention since sliced bread? Australian company...Read the original story w/Photo

    57 min ago | Daily Mail

    An Australian company is preparing to roll out hot chip vending machines across the country using a world-first design. Perth-based Hot Chips Company has been developing the machine for more than five years and believe they have finally created the perfect formula for 'hot, crispy and delicious' chips.

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  2. Storm as seen from spaceRead the original story

    1 hr ago | SFGate

    The Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite on the Suomi NPP satellite acquired these nighttime images at 1:45 am US eastern standard time on January 27, 2015. The second image shows the same scene in longwave infrared radiation, with brighter shades representing the colder temperatures of snow-producing clouds.

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  3. Do you think Microsoft Access have a long future or short future ahead?Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Neowin.net

    Is this Database software going to still have a long life, you think or will something better come along to replace it? I am talking about the next 3-5 years. Next 3 to 5 years? *shrug* 2013's supported till 2023 anyway, so even if they axe it it's not going anywhere any time soon.

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  4. 'Rise of the Machines' is Not a Likely FutureRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Live Science

    Michael Littman is a professor of computer science at Brown University. He is co-leader of Brown's Humanity-Centered Robotics Initiative, which aims to document the societal needs and applications of human-robot interaction research as well as the ethical, legal and economic questions that will arise with its development.

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  5. Nobel laureate Charles Townes, laser co-creator, dies at 99Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Wichita Eagle

    Charles H. Townes, the Nobel Prize-winning physicist who helped create the laser that would revolutionize everything from medicine to manufacturing, has died. He was 99. Townes had been in poor health before his death on the way to an Oakland hospital Tuesday, officials at the University of California, Berkeley, said.

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  6. Yahoo may become a takeover targetRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Age

    Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January. Some analysts believe the company is becoming more focussed under her leadership.

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  7. django-storages-redux 1.2.2Read the original story

    1 hr ago | Python

    This is its maintained, Python 3 compatible fork. The reasons for the fork are given in the next section.

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  8. SoftLayer's Lance Crosby Calls It Quits With IBMRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | CRN

    Lance Crosby built SoftLayer into the powerhouse that IBM has leveraged to position itself as one of the world's leading public cloud companies, and one of the most serious competitors to AWS. But it seems being overlooked to lead IBM's cloud division didn't sit well with the executive, as IBM recently confirmed to eWeek that Crosby has tendered his resignation.

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  9. Apple announced record profits on Wednesday following soaring iPhone sales. Photo: Felix WongRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | South China Morning Post

    Apple users complained that some problems had still not been fixed after the tech giant released an update to its iOS 8 operating system on Wednesday to repair bugs, increase stability and improve performance for iPhones and iPads. In an alert to users, Apple said the iOS 8.1.3 update reduces the storage space needed for a software update and "fixes an issue that prevented some users from entering their Apple ID passwords when using Messages and FaceTime."

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  10. Menlo Park opens the door to more outdoor dining in downtown areaRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | San Jose Mercury News

    The City Council voted 5-0 Tuesday night to expand an on-street seating pilot program that allowed the French brasserie Left Bank to set up a "sidewalk cafe" at 635 Santa Cruz Ave. Council members expressed interest in allowing more restaurants, as well as other small businesses such as "pop-up vendors, to follow suit. Businesses identified in a city staff report as potential outside dining destinations include Amici's at 880 Santa Cruz Ave., Refuge at 1143 Crane St. and Miyo Yogurt at 842 Santa Cruz Ave. The council also directed staff to create a "toolkit" of information on approved contractors, designs, cost-sharing and other resources that local business owners could tap to help establish semi-permanent outdoor areas.

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  11. WIPO Publishes patent of beam engineering for advanced measurements,...Read the original story

    1 hr ago | Groong

    US Fed News January 27, 2015 Tuesday 2:09 PM EST WIPO PUBLISHES PATENT OF BEAM ENGINEERING FOR ADVANCED MEASUREMENTS, BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LABORATORY AND "YEREVAN STATE UNIVERSITY" STATE NON-COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATION FOR "THE METHOD FOR REGISTRATION OF CHANGES OF POLARIZATION STATE OF MONOCHROMATIC LIGHT RADIATION" GENEVA GENEVA, Jan. 27 -- Publication No. WO/2015/006788 was published on Jan. 22. Title of the invention: "THE METHOD FOR REGISTRATION OF CHANGES OF POLARIZATION STATE OF MONOCHROMATIC LIGHT RADIATION."

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  12. Menalto Cleaners owner pleads not guilty to defrauding customers out of $350,000Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | San Jose Mercury News

    The owner of Menalto Cleaners in Menlo Park pleaded not guilty Wednesday to defrauding customers out of more than $350,000 total, prosecutors said. Edwin Gary Smith, 63, is in custody facing 20 counts of felony identity theft, 19 counts of felony credit card fraud and one count of theft from an elder, according to District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe.

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  13. Danville: Teenage bicyclist seriously injured after crashing into carRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | San Jose Mercury News

    The 14-year-old boy swerved around garbage cans and ended up in the roadway on Green Valley Road near Hope Lane, where he collided with the car at around 4:20 p.m. The boy was taken by helicopter to UC Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland for treatment, police said. His condition was not released Wednesday evening.

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  14. Social reaction: Sexual assault allegations at Stanford stir debateRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | San Jose Mercury News

    On the same day a former Stanford University swimmer is charged with raping an unconscious, intoxicated woman on campus, another story goes viral about a male student alleging he was a victim of a sexual assault.

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  15. Automated Tea MakerRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Hack a day

    Knowing how daunting it can be to make your own tea, he decided to build a little robot to help out. His automated tea maker is quite simple, but effective.

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  16. U of T grad lands job after street-sign application gambitRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Toronto Star

    Xingyi Yan laughs while posing for a photograph with Joseph McConnellogue, the managing director of Reprise Media. Xingyi Yan, the U of T grad so keen to get an advertising or marketing job that she took to the streets for weeks handing out resumes and candy with her big white placard, has successfully landed a gig at Reprise Media.

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  17. GHOST Bug Not New, but Can Haunt Older Linux VersionRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | CNet News

    NEWS ANALYSIS: The newly discovered GHOST vulnerability isn't really new, but it places renewed emphasis on how open-source security practices need to improve. There isn't much reason to be afraid of the GHOST CVE-2015-0235 vulnerability in the open-source Linux GNU C Library , is there? No, but it underscores the need for better open-source security practices.

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  18. Have You Heard?: 7 ways to control a hack attackRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | WTOC-TV Savannah

    If a hacker has taken over your email or Facebook, do you know what to do? WTOC has seven tips on how to get control back over your accounts in Have You Heard. There are two things cyber crooks want badly: your email ID and your password.

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  19. Those Compiler Warning BluesRead the original story

    1 hr ago | The Boston Diaries

    It's always instructive to crank the warning level up on compilers. It also helps to use different compilers since they tend to warn about different things.

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  20. Millburn High School senior named finalist in Intel Science Talent SearchRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Jersey Journal

    Millburn High School senior Alexander Lin was named as one of 40 national finalists in the Intel Science Talent Search 2015, a program of Society for Science & the Public. Lin is one of four students from New Jersey to attain finalist status this year.

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