1. Facebook sees ad efforts catching on in developing countries
     Published by CNet on 2015-06-10 at 08:58:43

The world's largest social network says it sees promising results from its Creative Accelerator program to attract ad dollars in emerging markets.

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2. Here’s Proof of Apple’s Downward Fall From Innovator to Imitator 
     Published by Gizmodo on 2015-06-10 at 07:45:00

Imitation in the tech world is normal, even expected, but during Apple’s developers conference Monday, Tim Cook and company were in rare form. They didn’t have much uniquely Apple to show off at all.Read more...

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3. Apple wants to be your everything — as long as you can commit
     Published by CNet on 2015-06-10 at 07:07:54

The company is creating its first Android apps and is making some software open source, but that doesn't mean it's going to give up on its walled iOS garden.

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4. How to move your Dropbox pictures over to Google Photos
     Published by Android Central on 2015-06-10 at 08:59:51

One of the biggest hurdles in moving to Google Photos is getting your old library uploaded from where it is now. With the ubiquity of Dropbox throughout multiple platforms and its great automatic uploading from your phone and desktop, there's a decent ch...

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5. T-Mobile LG G4 getting a ‘mandatory’ stability update
     Published by Android Central on 2015-06-10 at 06:09:26

Owners of the LG G4 are currently receiving an update on T-Mobile. We've spotted a handful of reports over on our forum, as well as a few shots of the update notification. If you're rocking the latest flagship smartphone from LG, you may want to check fo...

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6. Every Satellite Got Into Space Thanks to Newton’s Law of Gravitation
     Published by Gizmodo on 2015-06-10 at 05:45:00

What goes up must come down — though not always in the way you’d expect. This is Newton’s Universal Law of Gravitation, and you can thank it for GPS, Google Earth and even the pictures beamed back from the other side of the Solar System. Here’s wh...

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7. U.S. Studios Fuel Video Arms Race in China
     Published by The Information on 2015-06-10 at 08:01:03

As Netflix executives publicly contemplate the company’s path into China, that country’s tech giants aren’t standing still. Firms like Xiaomi, Alibaba and especially Tencent are jockeying for position in the Chinese streaming market, striking licens...

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8. iOS 9 finally has a lowercase keyboard
     Published by The Verge on 2015-06-10 at 01:32:45

There's never enough time during a WWDC keynote for Apple to enumerate all of the new features it's adding to its latest software, but this change in iOS 9 will be a most welcome and apparent one: the keyboard now shows lowercase letters when ...

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9. Samsung reveals plans for new mirror and transparent OLED displays
     Published by Endgadget on 2015-06-10 at 02:16:00

Samsung has unveiled its new mirror and transparent OLED displays in Hong Kong, and from the sound of it, the company has big plans for both of them. While the event has only showcased the screens as ad billboards and as a virtual necklace stand, Sam...

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10. Helpling cleans up in Singapore with Uber-like ‘sharing economy’ model
     Published by CNet on 2015-06-10 at 07:38:26

The Uber for home cleaning, Helpling, lets you hire house cleaners either online or through an app. It's attracted a workforce of students who love the job's flexibility.

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11. Get a free $5 gig from Fiverr
     Published by CNet on 2015-06-10 at 08:59:54

Need a graphic designer? A songwriter? Help with online marketing? Here's your chance to book a service for free.

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12. This 8K YouTube Video Is Too Amazing For Your Computer
     Published by Gizmodo on 2015-06-10 at 01:30:00

You can forget 60 frame-per-second 4K video. This footage, recently uploaded to YouTube, is available to view in astonishing 8K. The only problem: It’s probably too big for you to watch.Read more...

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14. Rare Leica 1937 prototype rifle-shaped camera headed for auction
     Published by CNet on 2015-06-10 at 06:24:46

No more than a dozen Leica Telephoto Assembly Rifles were ever produced. This is a rare chance to own a piece of photographic history.

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16. Indian Programmer Exposes Code Injection, Gets A Cease And Desist From The Injectors
     Published by Tech Crunch on 2015-06-10 at 09:09:35

 In an exciting example of the Streisand Effect, an Indian Airtel customer, Thejesh GN, discovered that the carrier had begun using Flash Networks Layer8 “monetization” (read “ad injection”) solutions. The code, which appeared...

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17. Spotify Has 20 Million Paid Subscribers
     Published by Recode on 2015-06-10 at 05:03:39

And 75 million monthly active users.

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18. Flushable elevator toilets, coming to a Japan near you (Tomorrow Daily 191)
     Published by CNet on 2015-06-10 at 06:03:26

Khail and Ashley debate the usefulness of fully plumbed toilets inside Japan's elevators, explain why one band's album can only be listened to among trees and discuss a new "power glove" helping patients with disabled hands.

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19. Apple Fixes iMessage Crashing Bug in iOS 8.4 Beta 4
     Published by Mac Rumors on 2015-06-10 at 08:45:37

Apple seeded the fourth beta of iOS 8.4 to developers yesterday with a fix for a messaging bug that causes an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to crash after receiving a specific string of Unicode characters via iMessage or SMS (via HDBlog.it). The bug also aff...

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20. Nanometer-Sized Robots Can Now Take Colon Biopsies
     Published by Tech Crunch on 2015-06-10 at 06:38:42

 Researchers have invented a non-invasive way for thousands of nanometer sized robots to perform tissue biopsies. Developed by Professor David Gracias at Johns Hopkins University, these starfish shaped robots are able to enter the body, collect a m...

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