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thenextweb.com
The Next Web - International technology news, business & culture

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This page was last updated 2016-03-17

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  • [H2] No, Twitter isn’t ‘killing’ Emojitracker: here’s the real story
  • [H2] Report: Google is selling Boston Dynamics, possibly to Toyota or Amazon
  • [H2] IKEA may not have won SXSW’s Innovation Award, but it’s the most accessible tech there
  • [H2] Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs announces Flow, a US DOT partnership to improve mass transit
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  • [H3] IKEA may not have won SXSW’s Innovation Award, but it’s the most accessible tech there
  • [H3] No, Twitter isn’t ‘killing’ Emojitracker: here’s the real story
  • [H3] Boost your performance and productivity: 90% off 11 apps with the 2016 All-Star Mac Bundle
  • [H3] Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs announces Flow, a US DOT partnership to improve mass transit
  • [H3] Comcast to Atlanta residents: Don’t fall for Google Fiber’s ‘hype’
  • [H3] TweetDeck gets better log-in capabilities and kills off its Windows app
  • [H3] T-Mobile’s Binge On now lets you stream from YouTube, RedBull TV and a few more
  • [H3] Now you can play Sonic the Hedgehog on your TV again
  • [H3] The self-navigating Hubsan H501S X4 drone with HD video is now $349
  • [H3] The future is a pen and this microwavable notepad
  • [H3] IKEA may not have won SXSW’s Innovation Award, but it’s the most accessible tech there
  • [H3] Scientists can make copies of memories. Here’s what that might mean
  • [H3] A tale of two #Gamergate panels at SXSW
  • [H3] Now there’s an app to help gun lovers find friends to shoot the sh*t with
  • [H3] We went to a wake for dead startups at SXSW – and it was brilliant
  • [H3] How Samsung’s VR thriller will change the way film directors manufacture fear
  • [H3] Boost your performance and productivity: 90% off 11 apps with the 2016 All-Star Mac Bundle
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  • [H3] From Bovine to Big Data: A quick look at the Irish tech scene
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  • [H3] The first proper version of Windows 10 for older phones is now available
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  • [H3] No, Twitter isn’t ‘killing’ Emojitracker: here’s the real story
  • [H3] Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs announces Flow, a US DOT partnership to improve mass transit
  • [H3] Comcast to Atlanta residents: Don’t fall for Google Fiber’s ‘hype’
  • [H3] T-Mobile’s Binge On now lets you stream from YouTube, RedBull TV and a few more
  • [H3] Report: Google is selling Boston Dynamics, possibly to Toyota or Amazon
  • [H3] Leaked iPhone 7 case may confirm multiple camera and Bluetooth headphone rumors
  • [H3] GitHub and Udacity partnership will bring free education to Nanodegree students
  • [H3] 5 compelling reasons you should build a custom business app
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  • [H3] Xbox One will support Windows 10 apps starting this summer
  • [H3] A new Intel partnership may finally bring Siri to the desktop
  • [H3] Newly discovered malware could attack factory-configured iPhones
  • [H3] Here’s why you might want to try customizing your Twitter Bootstrap website
  • [H3] Google’s plans for its new California HQ look freaking sweet
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  • [H3] Adobe’s Project Comet has been renamed ‘Experience Design’ — and it’s launching today
  • [H3] Turns out Swift developers are beardy hipsters
  • [H3] The Great Barrier Reef: On assignment with Nat Geo and Microsoft Lumia
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  • [H3] 99designs has a new logo (that it got in a meta crowdsourcing contest)
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  • [H3] The tampon industry is having an emoji crisis
  • [H3] Google’s new Resizer tool lets mobile Web designers and developers ...
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  • [H3] Amazon wants to let you pay with a selfie using a cheeky wink to confirm
  • [H3] Microsoft just dealt a huge blow to Bitcoin with its new app store policy [Update]
  • [H3] We all think robots are going to steal other people’s jobs
  • [H3] Major US banks to launch instant person-to-person payments
  • [H3] PayPal’s Braintree calls off its $100,000 hackathon and lays off staff
  • [H3] Sonos looks to voice control as it lays off employees
  • [H3] Forget drones, Amazon’s getting into the proper aviation business
  • [H3] Facebook just acquired the most popular face swap app
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  • [H3] Google gets 113,668 copyright takedown requests an hour in game of cat ...
  • [H3] Next-gen business bank Holvi has been acquired by Spain’s BBVA
  • [H3] Spotify to pay $21 million in unpaid royalties
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  • [H3] From Bovine to Big Data: A quick look at the Irish tech scene
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  • [H3] Sky’s first VR film will take you inside an F1 pit lane this Friday
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  • [H3] We went to a wake for dead startups at SXSW – and it was brilliant
  • [H3] Eric Schmidt knows his human-beating AI could steal your job – and he’s OK with that
  • [H3] 29 of the best tech stories you missed this weekend
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Alexa global rank 2012 2016-07-25
Alexa country rank Rank : 1686
Country : United States
2016-07-25
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Facebook Total_count : 5522
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Comment_count : 751
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