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BMW denies Apple Car collaboration, but report hints i3 electric car could get Apple OS
BMW has denied a report in the German car magazine that it is developing or building a car for Apple, but not responded to a claim suggesting that Apple may be developing an ‘operating system’ for its i3 electric car. Auto Motor Sport claimed that Apple was in discussion with BMW about the possibility of developing […]
3/5/2015 7:57:30 AM
What investors need to see
Markets are fully valued, and investors are getting mixed signals, resulting in a pause after the Nasdaq hit 5,000, strategists say.
3/5/2015 7:55:00 AM
Madoff brother's mansion nets $3.5M
The U.S. Marshals Service announced the sale of Peter Madoff's mansion for $3.5 million. USA Today reports.
3/5/2015 7:51:00 AM
Costco tops estimates on tax benefit
Costco earnings report was boosted by a tax benefit related to its special cash dividend last month.
3/5/2015 7:49:00 AM
2.8-million-year-old jawbone found in Ethiopia came from our ancestors
A fragment of jawbone found in Ethiopia is the oldest known fossil from an evolutionary tree branch that eventually led to modern humans, scientists say. The fossil comes from very close to the time that our branch split away from more ape-like ancestors best known for the fossil skeleton Lucy. So it gives a rare glimpse of what very early members of our branch looked like. At about 2.8 million years old, the partial jawbone pushes back the fossil record by at least 400,000 years for our branch, which scientists call Homo. See also: 13 unsolved mysteries that still need answers in 2015 It was found two years ago at a site not far from where Lucy was unearthed. Africa is a hotbed for human ancestor fossils, and scientists from Arizona State University have worked for years at the site in northeast Ethiopia, trying to find fossils from
3/5/2015 7:44:14 AM
House of Lords calls for drone owners to be put on a register
Ever since a drunk intelligence officer crashed a drone on the White House lawn, questions have been raised about their safety and how such "accidents" can be avoided in the future. Drone makers have already introduced measures to restrict drone flig...
3/5/2015 7:44:00 AM
ECB ups growth forecasts
The ECB will commence its monthly 60-billion-euro ($66.3 billion) bond purchases on March 9, bank head Mario Draghi said Thursday.
3/5/2015 7:41:00 AM
Conan in Cuba: Cigars, rum, and 6 other segments from his historic trip
Conan O'Brien has always been a little saltier when he leaves the studio: There's just something about venturing from behind the desk that brings out the late-night host's edgy side. When O'Brien visited Cuba last month — jumping at the chance just a couple of months after President Obama re-opened relations there — he became the first late-night host to do so since
The Tonight Show
's Jack Paar interviewed Fidel Castro there 50 years ago. And he definitely packed the rum punch
SEE ALSO: David Letterman May Have Lost Some Battles, But He Won the Late-Night Wars
Unlike a lot of late-night hosts who set up a studio and local audience when they take their show on the road, O’Brien opted instead to roam around Havana with a handheld camera crew and not much else. Along the way, he riffed on most
3/5/2015 7:38:38 AM
The Real Meaning of Etsy’s Initial Public Offering
Twee jokes aside, the handmade marketplace's IPO is a test for Wall Street
3/5/2015 7:35:52 AM
Woman takes selfie in Walgreens photo booth then steals it
Digital photography has, you know, been around for a while now. But one woman forgot all about that when she walked out of a drugstore without paying for the selfies she'd just taken in the photo booth See also: Life imitates art. Art imitates selfies. Suffolk County Police Wednesday posted the pursed-lip selfie that the woman took in the Selden, New York, Walgreens on Jan. 14 to identify her They said she took multiple photos before leaving without paying and a cash reward of up to $5,000 has been offered for any information that leads to her arrest, the
New York Post
reported This is one police-issued photo people won't have trouble making an ID from. Read more...More about Crime, Selfies, and Walgreens
3/5/2015 7:33:42 AM
Here’s How to Get a Job With Mark Zuckerberg
“I will only hire someone to work directly for me if I would work for that person,” he said
3/5/2015 7:33:04 AM
Tom Wheeler: Internet Rule Maker
What’s next for the FCC Chairman?
3/5/2015 7:33:04 AM
The Rise of the Go Fetch Economy
Startups are trying to perfect same-day delivery using smartphones and GPS
3/5/2015 7:33:04 AM
Rock Band 4 Is Coming to Xbox One and PS4 This Fall
It’s official: Harmonix is getting the band back together. The maker of music games like Fantasia and Dance Central is reprising its once-massive Rock Band franchise after a five-year hiatus. It will release Rock Band 4 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this fall. You heard right: Plastic guitars. Living-room karaoke. It’s all coming back. Devotees […] The post
Rock Band 4
Is Coming to Xbox One and PS4 This Fall appeared first on WIRED.
3/5/2015 7:30:15 AM
'Rock Band' is back with 'Rock Band 4': headed to Xbox One and PS4 in 2015
Remember way back in 2009? Times were simpler then: Pittsburgh's Steelers were Super Bowl champions, Tiger Woods was caught having an affair, and I was playing a lot of Rock Band. You probably were too. Many millions of you were, anyway, and the plas...
3/5/2015 7:30:00 AM
US jobless claims rise
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose and productivity contracted more sharply than previously thought.
3/5/2015 7:30:00 AM
Rock Band 4 coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One
It's time to get the band back together. After a few years of hiatus, Harmonix announced Thursday morning it will bring the next iteration of its popular music-making franchise,
Rock Band 4
, to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One by the end of the year. See also: Toy museum announces hall of fame for video games
Rock Band 4
will bring some improvements to the franchise, Harmonix Project Director Daniel Sussman said, but will maintain many of the elements fans love. While Sussman said Harmonix was waiting to reveal details down the line, he did offer some insight on the new game. "
People ask us why now, but it's clear that our fans have been asking f
3/5/2015 7:29:03 AM
Apple has an idea that could keep your iPhone waterproof without changing its design (AAPL)
A recently published patent application from Apple shows how the company could design a waterproof iPhone. The application, which was published on Thursday, describes a method that involves waterproofing the
of the phone rather than the outside (via 9to5Mac). Most water-resistant devices, such as Samsung's Galaxy Activ phones, come with a stronger casing that prevents water from seeping through. That's not what Apple has in mind for waterproofing devices. Rather, Apple's patent describes a system in which the internal components would be covered with a "hydrophobic coating" that would prevent damage. This coating could be applied to a fully-assembled circuit board, the patent says. The patent itself doesn't mention whether or not the technology would be used for iPhones, but the drawings that accompany the patent cle
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3/5/2015 7:20:03 AM
Don’t expect Apple to unveil the Retina MacBook Air on Monday
If the old expression “where there is smoke, there is fire” holds true, Apple is without question developing a new version of its popular MacBook Air laptop. According to countless reports from sources that range from small Apple blogs to giant news organizations, the new notebook computer will feature a reimagined design that is even slimmer than the current model, and a 12-inch display with Retina resolution. While a rumor on Wednesday suggested that the new Air model would finally debut next week at Apple’s press conference, a new report states that almost certainly will not be the case. DON’T MISS: With just two new iPhone models, Apple catapults past Samsung in smartphone sales With precious few exceptions — namely the Apple Watch,
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3/5/2015 7:15:48 AM
Employers cut 50,579 jobs in Feb: Report
Employers cut fewer jobs in February than in the previous month, but total layoffs remained high compared to a year ago.
3/5/2015 7:14:00 AM
Ringling Bros. eliminating elephant acts from circus
The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is ending its iconic elephant acts. The circus' parent company, Feld Entertainment, told The Associated Press exclusively that the acts will be phased out by 2018. Growing public concern about how the animals are treated led to the decision. See also: Prince William meets elephants and condemns illegal ivory trade during China trip The circus plans to phase out elephant acts by 2018. Feld's
43 elephants will live at the company's 200-acre Center for Elephant Conservation in central Florida.
Twenty-nine animals are already there, and the other 14 will arrive as they are phased out f
3/5/2015 7:13:33 AM
Apple Exploring iPhone Waterproofing Methods
Apple has a patent application in with the USPTO (via AppleInsider) that describes a few different methods for waterproofing electronic devices like the iPhone. The patent describes coating certain internal components like the main circuit board with a hydrophobic coating, presumably not unlike the process used by Liquipel and other similar companies. The process for applying the… Read More
3/5/2015 7:07:30 AM
The Movo Wave is a reliable fitness tracker for people on a budget
I’m not a fitness buff by any stretch of the imagination. I loathe gyms, avoid diets like the plague and have no interest in sports. In a way, that makes…
3/5/2015 7:02:25 AM
Inboard Action Sports Announces First Skateboard in the World with Motors Inside the Wheels
Say goodbye to electric skateboards that ride like mush and don't glide. Inboard has created, the Monolith, an electric skateboard that has the motor built inside the rear wheels and rides smooth – whether you're riding powered or...
3/5/2015 7:02:09 AM
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3/5/2015 7:01:11 AM
Why the new Moto E is the most important Android phone this year
The Moto E is not the "best" or the "most powerful." But it is the most important.
3/5/2015 7:01:00 AM
Salesforce pumps up its anticipatory marketing with new Predictive Decisions
“Marketers were struggling to use predictive marketing,” vp product marketing Gordon Evans told VentureBeat. The new Predictive Decisions, he said, is easier to use, handles data and content updates more efficiently, and covers all channels.
3/5/2015 7:00:52 AM
A Robot That Collapses Under Pressure (In a Good Way)
In the future, planetary exploration robots will be tied together with twine. The post A Robot That Collapses Under Pressure (In a Good Way) appeared first on WIRED.
3/5/2015 7:00:06 AM
Salesforce.com looks to the future with Predictive Decisions
Salesforce.com wants to turn marketers into data scientists with its latest addition to the Marketing Cloud.
3/5/2015 7:00:04 AM
Colleges with the best return on investment
Engineering schools offer the best return on investment.
3/5/2015 7:00:00 AM
NXP CEO Clemmer Sees Radar, Car Vision Next; Issues with Samsung Pay
NXP Semiconductors CEO Rick Clemmer, 2015. “One of our big investors hugged me,” said NXP Semiconductors (NXPI) chief executive Rick Clemmer on Wednesday. “That never happens.” Clemmer had a busy week, announcing the $11.8 billion acquisition of Freescale Semiconductor (FSL) in the early hours of Monday morning, flying here and there to meet with the executive team, [...]
3/5/2015 6:57:56 AM
Ciena Rising: FYQ1 Profit Beats, Q2 Rev View In-Line
Shares of fiber optic networking firm Ciena (CIEN) are up 50 cents, or 2.4%, at $21.10, in early trading after the company this morning missed fiscal Q1 revenue expectations but beat on the bottom line, and forecast revenue this quarter in line with consensus. Revenue in the three months ended in January slipped by just under [...]
3/5/2015 6:51:04 AM
Early movers: DNKN, MCD, C & more
Names on the move ahead of the open.
3/5/2015 6:50:00 AM
Europe rules e-books won't get tax breaks like paper books
Isn't it ironic that tiny nuances of tax law can often cause colossal results out in the real world? It's one of those judgments that has rocked Europe after its highest court ruled that e-books aren't actually goods at all. Currently, paper books so...
3/5/2015 6:48:00 AM
Patent filing shows Apple is working on making a waterproof iPhone
Apple has applied for a patent for a method of waterproofing the internal components of ‘computing devices.’ The application, filed last year but only published today, does not name any specific devices, but the iPhone would be the most logical candidate … We’re sure you know our patent disclaimer by heart by now: Apple files […]
3/5/2015 6:45:29 AM
Volatility draws billions into oil funds
Billions of dollars are pouring into oil exchange-traded funds, as investors risk big losses and focus on the chance of huge rewards.
3/5/2015 6:34:00 AM
Fairphone’s second ethically-sourced handset is coming this summer, but it’s still not all that ‘fair’
Making a handset bereft of conflict minerals is an incredibly tricky business, in fact, it’s so difficult that Fairphone, a Dutch company that wants to make a 100 percent ethical…
3/5/2015 6:32:58 AM
Marketing platform Salesfusion aims for the mid-market with a new CEO and a new $5M
Salesfusion’s feature set is “most similar to Marketo,” new CEO Carol O’Kelley told VentureBeat, but the “total cost of ownership [of Marketo] is significantly more expensive.”
3/5/2015 6:30:50 AM
Bad news: 12.9-inch iPad Pro production reportedly pushed back to September
If you’ve been eagerly awaiting the release of a 12.9-inch iPad Pro, you might have to wait just a little bit longer. A new report from Bloomberg claims that Apple has pushed back production on the long-rumored iPad Pro due to supply issues involving the device’s display. Don’t Miss: Apple might finally unveil a Retina MacBook Air next week Production of the 12.9-inch-screen iPad is now scheduled to start around September because of delays involving the supply of display panels, said one of the people, who asked not to be identified because the details aren’t public. Apple had initially planned to begin making the larger version this quarter, people familiar those plans had said. Though iPad sales are still quite healthy relative to
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3/5/2015 6:30:43 AM
Tricks to head off an IRS audit
Your risk of an audit may be lower this year, but it makes sense to prepare for questions from the IRS.
3/5/2015 6:30:00 AM
Teetering On The Edge Of Virtual Reality At Mobile World Congress
As I walked around Mobile World Congress this week, I couldn’t help but notice some big trends. The Internet of Things was certainly top of mind. Vendors are merging mobile into your biggest mobile device: your car. Smart watches are a growing force, but what really caught my attention is that we are teetering on the edge of mass market virtual reality. TechCrunch’s John Biggs got… Read More
3/5/2015 6:26:41 AM
WSJ footnote suggests 12-inch MacBook Air could be announced by Apple as early as Monday
Tucked away at the bottom of the WSJ’s report on the often-postponed iPad Pro was a single sentence that, if correct, suggests that Apple could announce the 12-inch MacBook Air as early as Monday. While suppliers are gearing up to ship the new 12-inch MacBook Air in large quantities in the second quarter, Apple’s launch schedule remains unclear, the people […]
3/5/2015 6:17:09 AM
3 career lessons you can only learn from failing hard
There's no shortage of interviews with Steve Jobs discussing Apple, or Jeff Bezos talking about Amazon, or Mark Zuckerberg talking about Facebook. These guys are incredibly successful, so they're clearly great sources for advice on leadership, innovation, and hard work. But they're also incredibly successful. They're speaking from a place to which most professionals can't really relate. (When's the last time
company's stocks sold for $120 per share?) Enter:
, a podcast about "what happens when someone who knows nothing about businesses starts one." Unlike Jobs, Bezos, or Zuckerberg, the featured CEO (and host of the show) hasn't yet achieved success. He's still in the figuring-things-out stage Read more...More about Podcast, Ceos, Work Tips, Business, and Startups
3/5/2015 6:15:29 AM
France, Luxembourg lose lower VAT rate battle on ebooks
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - France and Luxembourg lost their battle to apply reduced VAT rates to ebooks on Thursday when a top European court agreed with EU regulators that only paper books qualified for lower taxes.
3/5/2015 6:14:37 AM
If James Bond drove an electric car, it'd be this Aston Martin concept
Bulging fenders? Check. Nubuck leather-wrapped everything? Check. V12 rumble? Ch-- oh snap. For the first time an Aston Martin, car, albeit a concept, has an all-electric powertrain instead of pistons. The Brit carmaker says the all-wheel-drive DBX C...
3/5/2015 6:12:00 AM
The day the music died: Buddy Holly plane crash probe may be reopened
It's a full 56 years since the famous airplane crash that killed Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper and soon we could know exactly what caused it. On February 3, 1959, a six seater, single engine Beechcraft Bonanza airplane carrying the three musicians plunged into an Iowa cornfield at 270 km/h in awful winter conditions minutes after taking off, killing everyone on board. Buddy Holly, just a couple of years into his stratospheric career, was 22 years old. Ritchie Valens, who had dropped "La Bamba" on the world less than four months previously, was 17. The Big Bopper, aka JP Richardson, was also at the start of a promising career; "Chantilly Lace" had been released the year before. Read more...More about Plane Crash, Entertainment, Music, and Buddy Holly
3/5/2015 6:09:45 AM
Are you a millionaire in the making?
A new study found that there are several paths people can take to become millionaires, USA Today reports.
3/5/2015 6:08:00 AM
Music app Shazam to add sights to sounds
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Shazam, the company behind the mobile phone app that enables its 100 million users to recognize music they hear, and buy the recordings, is now promising to extend the app's scope to objects, such as products in retail outlets.
3/5/2015 6:04:49 AM
Meet the Editors Fighting Racism and Sexism on Wikipedia
Wikipedia’s goal has always been to democratize the consumption and creation of knowledge. But it's far from the egalitarian ideal it set out to be. The post Meet the Editors Fighting Racism and Sexism on Wikipedia appeared first on WIRED.
3/5/2015 6:00:51 AM
Virtual Reality Won’t Just Amuse—It Will Heal Millions
Thanks to the falling prices of virtual reality hardware, patients will soon have access to high-tech therapies that have been inaccessible for decades. The post Virtual Reality Won’t Just Amuse—It Will Heal Millions appeared first on WIRED.
3/5/2015 6:00:48 AM
A Toy Ball That Teaches Kids to Code
Hackaball also speaks to a mounting desire for gadgets that don’t confine us to a desk and a screen. The post A Toy Ball That Teaches Kids to Code appeared first on WIRED.
3/5/2015 6:00:28 AM
Using Cheap Displays With The Raspberry Pi
The Raspberry Pi B+ has a native VGA connection. Sure, it’s hidden away in binary blobs and device trees, and you need to wire up the GPIO pins
right, but it’s possible to connect a VGA monitor to a Raspi B+ naively. For the brave, smart, or foolish, this means you can also drive raw DPI displays. [Robert] had a few of these dirt cheap displays sitting around and decided to give the entire thing a go. It worked, and he’s written down how to do it. One of the chip architects for the Raspberry Pi, [Gert van Loo], …read more
3/5/2015 6:00:04 AM
Standardized Tests Suck. But the Fix Is More Data, Not Less
This week, hundreds of thousands of students across New Jersey and the US took the PARCC exam, but Nathan Fallin wasn’t one of them. Perhaps you’ve heard of PARCC. It’s one of two major standardized tests that are being rolled out across the country this year, intended to measure whether students, classes, schools, and districts […] The post Standardized Tests Suck. But the Fix Is More Data, Not Less appeared first on WIRED.
3/5/2015 6:00:03 AM
Home equity loans face new risk
The pain of all that overstretching during the last housing boom isn't over yet.
3/5/2015 6:00:00 AM
Dow Theory giving warning signal
The Dow Theory is flashing a "sell" signal. Here's how to profit.
3/5/2015 6:00:00 AM
See How Die Antwoord Influenced Chappie’s Look
Surprised to see the South African rappers in
? Us too. But it turns out that they were pivotal to the conception of Neill Blomkamp's new movie. The post See How Die Antwoord Influenced
Look appeared first on WIRED.
3/5/2015 6:00:00 AM
Are you planning to retire too early?
The average retirement age rose for years but seems to be stabilizing, a study finds. That leaves many short on savings.
3/5/2015 5:56:00 AM
Death Cab for Cutie moves forward, sans founding member
Welcome to Throwback Tunesday, where
amplifies the echoes of music past. With genre trends and throwbacks, we synthesize music and nostalgia.
Death Cab for Cutie has traveled a bit of a bumpy road over the past few months. In August, founding member Chris Walla (one of three, including frontman Ben Gibbard and bassist Nick Harmer) publicly announced he was leaving. The split, though amicable, left the newly minted trio no choice but to move into unknown territory during a particularly exciting time The band will be dropping its eighth studio album,
, the creation of which Walla was integral to, on March 31. Although Walla plays guitar on this album, he opted not to produce it — a Death Cab first. In his place, the band brought on producer Read more...More about Music, De
3/5/2015 5:54:03 AM
Softcard shutters services following Google purchase
After being acquired by Google, mobile payments firm Softcard is closing down.
3/5/2015 5:40:23 AM
Wikiwand arrives on iPhone to help make Wikipedia beautiful
Wikiwand, the startup funded to the tune of $600,000 to build a beautiful alternative to the main Wikipedia app, has launched its first native mobile client, kicking off on iPhone.
3/5/2015 5:37:50 AM
A Grill That Makes Perfect Steaks Using Satellite AI
“Sometimes we talk about this as the third generation of precision temperature cooking,” the creator says. The post A Grill That Makes Perfect Steaks Using Satellite AI appeared first on WIRED.
3/5/2015 5:30:51 AM
How rocket science makes a perfect steak
Anyone can cook a perfect steak and not be a slave to the clock.
3/5/2015 5:30:12 AM
Daily Report: Solution to Nausea Puts Virtual Reality Closer to Market
Oculus VR, Sony, HTC and other makers of virtual reality headsets have incorporated technology to combat nausea, allowing them to set timetables for mass-marketing their products.
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3/5/2015 5:27:05 AM
Glympse for Auto shares your car's location without distractions
You no longer have to fiddle with your smartphone (or an in-car interface) to share your location while on the road. Glympse has trotted out Glympse for Auto, an Android app that lets you send your position with a minimum of distractions. You only ha...
3/5/2015 5:27:00 AM
Here's Mark Zuckerberg's one tip for hiring employees (FB)
Over the past 11 years, Mark Zuckerberg has built a $200 billion company with more than 9,000 employees everywhere from Austin to Auckland, Washington D.C. to Warsaw. As of December 2014, Facebook sees almost 900 million daily users. Zuckerberg has revealed his one rule for hiring at the Mobile World Congress tech conference held in Barcelona, the Telegraph reports. Here's what he looks for in an employee:
"I will only hire someone to work directly for me if I would work for that person... It's a pretty good test and I think this rule has served me well."
The Facebook founder also provided other tips on building a successful company. "The most important thing is to keep your team as small as possible," he told the audience, according to CNN. And "the most important thing is to just have faith in yourself and trust y
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3/5/2015 5:25:30 AM
Expect more volatility: Exxon CEO
Expect more volatility in oil, with prices staying around current levels, Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson told CNBC.
3/5/2015 5:23:00 AM
These British students are making electricity every time they pee
LONDON — Students at a British university are creating urine-tricity. See also: London photo exhibit highlights what it means to have a decent toilet A prototype toilet, which uses microbial fuel stacks, has recently been installed at the University of the West of England in Bristol. Cleverly located outside the student bar, it generates electricity as microbes feed on urine for their growth
Students are being asked to donate their pee.
Video: YouTube, UWE Bristol
"This technology is about as green as it gets, as we do not need to utilise fossil fuels and we are effectively using a waste product that will be in plentiful supply,” Professor Ioannis Ieropoulos, director of the Bristol BioEnergy Centre said. Read more...More about Uk, Sustanability, Us World, and Green Energy
3/5/2015 5:10:10 AM
Branch Metrics comes up with gold at Mobile World Congress startup showdown
Branch provides a platform that lets app developers and marketers link mobile users to into a specific place in an app, instead of simply launching the front door of the app.
3/5/2015 5:07:19 AM
Apple's 13-inch iPad suffers production delays
Will manufacturing delays of a large iPad model impact on Apple's push into the enterprise market?
3/5/2015 5:07:00 AM
Apple delays larger iPad output: Reports
Apple will delay the start of production on a larger, 12.9-inch iPad until around September because of delays involving the supply of display panels, according to two media reports.
3/5/2015 5:06:00 AM
Windows Phone 8.1 update 2 reorganizes the settings and supports Bluetooth keyboards
Microsoft’s latest Windows Phone 8.1 update will give you the option to pin individual settings to the Start screen, according to Windows Central. The update has also organized the settings into one…
3/5/2015 5:04:07 AM
The first ad for Tinder Plus sees a woman go on a sex-filled tour of Europe with her Tinder matches
Dating app Tinder is going through a huge transformation, having recently rolled out a paid subscription service called Tinder Plus. It has already reached Europe and is due to launch in the US at some point later this month. In the UK, Tinder costs £14.99 ($23) a month for those over 28-years-old, while those under 28 only have to fork out £3.99 ($6) per month. To promote the benefits of signing up to the paid-for service, Tinder appointed production agency MagnaCarta.tv to create a 90-second spot, Adweek reports. The ad sees a woman gallivanting through London, Paris, and Istanbul with two of her Tinder matches. She visits iconic landmarks in London and attends a football game with one of her right-swipes, but it seems he's not quite her type. Then she sees "Sam," who lives in Paris who she jets off to visit. Things get steamy and he de
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3/5/2015 5:01:00 AM
Drone owners should be required to register, says House of Lords committee
A committee of the UK’s House of Lords says drone owners should be required to sign up to a register. It’s one of a series of proposals outlined in an…
3/5/2015 5:00:30 AM
These Are the 15 Most Useful iPhone and Android Voice Commands
You can get the answer to virtually any question
3/5/2015 5:00:26 AM
Investors calling Alibaba bottom
A measure of buying interest is signaling the bottom may be in on Alibaba.
3/5/2015 5:00:00 AM