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Saturday, April 5, 2014

Scam: ‘Lovers Got Caught and Watch the Punishment They Got’

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Silicon Valley juggernauts and new media startups like BuzzFeed are pulling talent away from ad agencies as they court young people with similar skill sets, offering more creative freedom, flexible schedules and often more money. ... more...


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In a recent experiment, mice were able to recover suppressed memories after exposure to blue light pulses. This was the first time researchers have retrieved specific memories in an animal, and suggests that similar memory loss in humans could be … ... more...


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Five days, five nights, one pilot -- and no fuel. ... more...


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After more than a month of preparation, the Solar Impulse 2 airplane took off from China for the most grueling leg of its round-the-world odyssey ... more...


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Don't worry, Tidal subscribers: Queen Bey isn't going anywhere. On Thursday, a Bloomberg story critical of Jay Z's Tidal reported that all of Beyonce's discography might soon disappear from the audio streaming service. According to Bloomberg's report, Sony and Warner had been asking for large sums of money in exchange for ... more...


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Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said on Saturday that he would block the Senate from passing an extension of the Patriot Act, which is set to expire at 12:01 a.m. Monday. "Forcing us to choose between our rights and our safety is a false choice and we are better than that as ... more...


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FORT LUPTON, Colo. (AP) - The newly legal hemp industry is entering its second growing season with some big questions for producers experimenting with marijuana's non-intoxicating cousin. The federal government has allowed limited imports of hemp seed - in Colorado's case, this month - for research and development purposes. Companies ... ... more...


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Conference call app developer Speek is exploring options to recapitalize — perhaps by finding a buyer — after a partnership with a Silicon Valley telecom giant fell through, according to sources familiar with the matter. The Dulles company was close to inking a crucial partnership with telecom manufacturer Polycom (NASDAQ: ... more...


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It's unclear when the Solowheel conquered Beijing. ... more...


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Ellen Pao, interim chief executive of Reddit, announced last month a ban on salary negotiations at the social media company. Her stated goal: to eliminate the persistent disadvantage that women have at the bargaining table. ... more...


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When Cecil Bancorp issued its last annual report two years ago, its CEO acknowledged the bank's struggle with "problem assets" but emphasized that the parent of Cecil Bank remained well-capitalized. ... more...


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Six years after Tessemae's sold its first bottle of lemon-garlic salad dressing at the Whole Foods in Annapolis, the Essex-based "all natural" brand is attracting attention from national grocers, hotel chains, fast-casual eateries and even reality TV producers. ... more...


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The combination of innovative technology and new business models underlie the most exciting developments coming out of start-ups and large organizations, and the innovators creating these disruptions have influence that extends into the global economy. Tim O'Reilly, founder and CEO of O'Reilly Media, runs conferences, invests in early-stage startups, urges companies ... more...


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OAKLYN, N.J. (AP) - DJI Phantom 3. Hubsan X4. Blade Nano QX. These aren't names of new characters in the upcoming "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." They are the most popular personal drone models available. Drones are unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) that hover in the air, guided by GPS to ... ... more...


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Thousands of sites are blocking Congress from viewing their webpages in an online demonstration against the Patriot Act. ... more...