July 28, 2014 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Daily Report: Reddit Looks to Grow Up Without Selling Out

Efforts by the freewheeling online community to monetize without driving away its 114 million monthly users will require appealing to advertisers without sacrificing values like personal data privacy. Read Full Story About The Huddle Feed

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July 28, 2014 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

One Family, Two Generations Of Stay-At-Home Dads

Thirty years ago, being a stay-at-home dad merited a spot on the news. But we’re still not talking much about men’s careers post kids. My dad was fired a lot. A radio disc jockey, he had issues with authority that plagued him his entire life, and his pursuit of ephemeral

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July 28, 2014 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Amazon Could Be Looking to Launch a Credit Card Reader

Amazon might be preparing to launch a Square-like credit card reader, according to a leaked Staples document obtained by 9to5Mac. In the document, Staples lists an “Amazon card reader” among other similar devices, including Paypal’s Here mobile card reader, several Casio cash registers and Staples’ own credit card reader See

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July 26, 2014 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Lyft Celebrates NYC Launch by Giving Away Thousands in Free Rides

As Lyft officially hit the streets of New York on Friday, after weeks of negotiations with officials, users of the app received texts and emails advertising the company’s first major promotional stunt: Free rides The ride-sharing startup began a “beta launch” in all five NYC boroughs starting at 7 p.m.

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July 26, 2014 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 Feels the Squeeze From Smartphone Cameras

The Samsung Galaxy Camera was a game changer two years ago. It was the first camera to properly fuse a point-and-shoot camera with Android and cellular connectivity. It was supposed to be the template for the future, bringing the power of the Internet and apps to cameras. Samsung was on

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July 26, 2014 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

5 Can’t-Miss Apps: Selfie Analyzer and More

With Google’s massive $1 billion Twitch acquisition and all the awesome coming out of this year’s Comic-Con, you may have overlooked some of the week’s best new apps. Luckily, Mashable creates a roundup each weekend of our favorite new and updated apps, so you won’t miss out. See also: 8

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July 26, 2014 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Nokia Lumia 930: One Solid Windows Phone, Literally and Figuratively

Say what you will about Nokia’s single-minded focus on Windows Phone, but the all-in approach brings with it at least one major plus: for the foreseeable future, the Finnish handset maker’s flagship devices are a shoe-in for the title of “best Windows Phone handset.” And, spoiler alert: that title certainly

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July 26, 2014 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

When Digital Art Is Suitable for Framing

New screens offer a chance to showcase an image (and a growing community of artists). Read Full Story About The Huddle Feed

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July 25, 2014 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Bill to Legalize Unlocking Cellphones Passes Congress

You will no longer be breaking the law if you unlock your cellphone. On Friday, the House of Representatives passed a bill that will make it legal for consumers to open the digital locks on their cellphones so that they can more easily switch wireless carriers. The Senate has already

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July 25, 2014 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Challenges for Amazon’s Cloud Computing Hopes

Amazon Web Services reported a surprising decline in quarterly revenue on Thursday. Amazon blamed Google’s price cuts, but its web services could be hitting some harder business sales. Read Full Story About The Huddle Feed

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