Snapchat: Our Servers Were Not Breached In The ‘Snappening’, Blame 3rd Party Apps

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snapchat-push2 In the last day, news has been circulating that a database of some 200,000 Snapchat photos is being leaked after a third-party app used to save people’s otherwise-disappearing pictures got hacked. While some people argue over which third-party app is responsible for the breach, and whether the whole thing is actually a hoax, Snapchat has issued a statement distancing itself from any… Read More

Watch This Tesla Drive Itself At The Press Of A Button

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teslad Last night, Tesla unveiled its latest wonder, the Model S “with a D”. There are three new models that come with dual-motor functionality (all-wheel drive), most notably the P85D which is built for high-end performance. The P85D can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 3.2 seconds, and comes with an auto-pilot feature that uses sensors to detect the road ahead, street signs, lights,… Read More

As Account Management Gains Importance, GainSight Raises $25 Million

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Screen Shot 2014-10-10 at 11.13.15 AM The software business model has changed and that change has put more emphasis on keeping customers and keeping them happy than in the past. Gone are the days when a software business could sell an installation and then wait for a customer to call with a problem. The service model that has swept the software industry (business software anyway) means exactly that, customers need to be serviced… Read More

Tinder Spammers Move To SMS After Improvements To Dating App’s Security

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tinderhq1 Dating app Tinder for a long time had been flooded with spam bots – fake accounts that flirt with users in order to redirect them to adult sites, and yes, take their money. This summer, security firm Symantec detailed the spam bot problem, and later, Tinder addressed the issue with a technical update. That update, it appears, was effective at cutting down the in-app spam. However, it… Read More

The 2014 Razer Blade Review

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In early 2014 the Razer Blade got a refresh. The significant updates over the 2013 model are the display, moving from a (rather poor) 1600×900 panel to a 3200×1800 QHD+ IGZO display and an upgraded GPU to push all of the extra pixels they just added. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 870M replaces the GTX 765M from the 2013 model. Read on for our full review.

Moonfrye Debuts Its Latest App, A Party Planning Mobile Shop Called P.S. XO

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WinterSparkle-web-05 Moonfrye, the family-oriented startup best known as the company co-founded by former child star Soleil Moon Frye (aka TV’s “Punky Brewster”) has officially launched its second product, P.S. XO. Now available on the iPhone and iPad, the P.S. XO app allows consumers to take care of party planning activities directly from their mobile phone or tablet, including things like… Read More

How Elon Musk Plans To Sell Half A Million Teslas By The End Of Next Year

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Screen Shot 2014-10-10 at 1.02.29 AM Tesla unveiled the 60D, 85D, and the higher end P85D at what was a very glamorous, red carpet event at the Hawthorne Airport just outside of Los Angeles, California. The crowd of about 4,000 gasped as Elon Musk, Tesla’s CEO, told them the new car could go a mind blowing 0-60 MPH in 3.2 seconds, making it one of the fastest sedans in the world. “You’ll be able to choose… Read More

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