This Guy Found a Way to Block Robocalls When Phone Companies Wouldn’t | WIRED

Aaron Foss won a $25,000 cash prize from the Federal Trade Commission for figuring out how eliminate all those annoying robocalls that dial into your phone from a world of sleazy marketers. The year was 2013. via Pocket
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Android Phones Versus iPhone – Business Insider

Flickr / Aiden WojtasApple just reported a record number of iPhone sales in its latest earnings report. via Pocket
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6 Pieces Of Gear To Turn You Into A Winter Warrior | Popular Science

Cold, like beauty, may be in the eye of the beholder, but if you’re going to venture out into the frozen arctic wastelands–or just to the corner store–then you might as well do it in style. via Pocket
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Internet of Things: A security threat to business by the backdoor? | ZDNet

The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) has already sparked concerns about privacy: now security pros are worried that badly configured gadgets might provide a backdoor for hackers looking to break into corporate networks. via Pocket
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Yahoo Holders Await Plan for Alibaba Assets – WSJ

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Facebook Was The One Network People Used Less In 2014 – Forbes

There’s no question that Facebook is the world’s biggest social network and will probably continue to be for some time. But the way we use Facebook is changing: gradually, it’s becoming a far more passive hub for our online social interactions. via Pocket
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The dark side of ‘sharing economy’ jobs – The Washington Post

Flexible hours. Being your own boss. The glories and self-bootstrapping pride of entrepreneurship. These are among the virtues of “sharing-economy” gigs, as touted in a recent Uber-commissioned survey of its drivers. via Pocket
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Are smart drugs driving Silicon Valley? – Jan. 25, 2015

Open the refrigerator in entrepreneur Dave Asprey’s home and you may as well be at a pharmacy. Every morning he downs a cocktail of about 15 pills, along with his trademark Bulletproof Coffee, which is designed to increase focus. via Pocket
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How Driverless Cars Could Make Traffic Dramatically Worse – CityLab

Safety is often celebrated as the biggest benefit of a world full of driverless cars, but two other presumed social improvements follow closely behind. One is that the technology could reduce traffic congestion, since shorter gaps between cars means more cars per lane. via Pocket
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12-inch Retina MacBook Air release date set for first quarter of 2015 | BGR

In addition to posting mind-blowing iPhone sales expectations for the Christmas quarter, KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in a note to investors seen by Apple Insider that Apple’s redesigned MacBook Air, a 12-inch device that should to be even slimmer and ligh via Pocket
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