It was a fairly slow news day yesterday. So, today we lead off with a post on the Chromium blog, announced the integration of the physical web into Chrome for iOS. Algorithmia talks about mining Product Hunt and detecting voting rings. Collin Mulliner talks about how the Hacking Team used open source software that he […]

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Leading today’s stories is a post from VentureBeat, reporting on the new Google Drive plugin for Microsoft Office. It is an interesting idea from Google to get people into Drive and maybe editing their documents in Google Apps instead. Another big story comes from Wired, where they report on how hackers were able to remotely […]

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Today, we start with a post from Brad Feld on Feld Thoughts. The story is actually an anonymous repost of one founder’s struggles with their startup. On All Things Distributed, we get a look “under the hood” of the EC2 Container Service. Google Cloud Platform announced the availability of the Application Default Credentials feature, mainly […]

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Leading off our news is the wonderful announcement from Tesla. The Model S now gets a “Ludicrous” mode. It is nice to see a company have fun with naming things instead of some “super-sport” mode or something drab. In the continuing fight against Flash vulnerabilities, Google Project Zero talks about various mitigations in the latest […]

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Leading today is more cool news about Pluto. Reuters reports on how Pluto has big mountains and other interesting features. Generally, the whole “real, close pictures of Pluto” thing is fascinating. Microsoft talks about support for Web Components in their Edge browser. The gist of the story is, we will support some things now and […]

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