March 29, 2015 by
The Huddle Feed in Technology

Unlike drones, kite photography insists on staying under the radar

NEW YORK, New York — On a frigid winter day at Brooklyn Bridge Park, I found myself flying a kite for the first time in 20 years The kite’s owner and my instructor for the day was Scott Dunn, a tall, cheerful man. He handed me a remote control. It

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March 29, 2015 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Unlike drones, kite photography insists on staying under the radar

NEW YORK, New York — On a frigid winter day at Brooklyn Bridge Park, I found myself flying a kite for the first time in 20 years The kite’s owner and my instructor for the day was Scott Dunn, a tall, cheerful man. He handed me a remote control. It

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March 29, 2015 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Unlike drones, kite photography insists on staying under the radar

NEW YORK, New York — On a frigid winter day at Brooklyn Bridge Park, I found myself flying a kite for the first time in 20 years The kite’s owner and my instructor for the day was Scott Dunn, a tall, cheerful man. He handed me a remote control. It

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March 29, 2015 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

British Airways confirms thousands of frequent-flyer accounts hacked

British Airways is the latest high-profile company to fall victim to a large-scale hack. The company confirmed on Sunday that a security breach affected tens of thousands of its users’ frequent-flyer accounts. The UK-based airline told Mashable that users’ personal data, such as travel history and credit card information, have

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March 29, 2015 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Uber passwords from hacked accounts reportedly selling online for $1

One dollar may not get you much these days, but it could buy you a stolen password to an Uber account and free car rides around town. Vendors on dark net sites such as AlphaBay, which often sell illegal products like drugs and counterfeit goods, are offering active Uber username

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March 29, 2015 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Sorry Einstein, ‘spooky’ quantum entanglement is real

Quantum mechanics is one of the best-tested theories in science, and it’s one of the few where physicists get to do experiments proving that Einstein was wrong. That’s what a team at Griffith University and the University of Tokyo in Japan did this week, showing that a weird phenomenon —

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March 29, 2015 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

10 apps that will make your life infinitely easier

We get by with a little help from our apps. From smartphone apps that help get you places to those that remind you about morning meetings to those that give you life updates from friends, many basic tasks have become much easier. See also: 25 Apps to Save You Money

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March 29, 2015 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

For Hardware Makers, Sharing Their Secrets Is Now Part of the Business Plan

Patenting everything is so 2005. Companies like Facebook and Tesla Motors have followed the lead of open-source software, and now expose hardware designs possibly worth millions. Read Full Story About The Huddle Feed

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March 28, 2015 by The Huddle Feed in Social Media

For some strange reason, Periscope users are obsessed with your fridge

What’s in your fridge? Periscope users want to know. In the days since Twitter launched the live streaming video app, requests to peek into other users’ fridges have, by our unofficial polling, proven more popular than just about any other comments during a Periscope video. Some enthused users are even

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March 28, 2015 by The Huddle Feed in Social Media

The Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Week

In this week’s episode, McDonald’s launches a “lifestyle collection” of home goods, Ikea steps up its home improvement solutions, AMC brings fans closer to Don Draper and more. And for more great work from the creative world, tune in every day to Creativity-online.com and follow @creativitymag on Twitter. Continue reading

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