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  1. Etsy Is Defying Tech’s Lousy Record on Gender Diversity   29/Apr/16 08:01am
    Etsy has crafted an identity for itself as an artisanal alternative to mainstream marketplaces. It's also going against the norm in other ways. The post Etsy Is Defying Tech's Lousy Record on Gender Diversity appeared first on WIRED.   Wired News - Technology
     
  2. Whoa, Amazon Isn’t Just Making Money. It’s Making More Than Ever   29/Apr/16 08:01am
    Amazon has long favored growth over profits, dampening Wall Street's expectations for years. Today was a different story. The post Whoa, Amazon Isn't Just Making Money. It's Making More Than Ever appeared first on WIRED.   Wired News - Technology
     
  3. NFL Sunday Ticket Adds Live Streaming to Its Base Package   29/Apr/16 08:01am
    You'll still probably need a DirecTV satellite to stream live NFL games this year, but at least it's getting cheaper. The post NFL Sunday Ticket Adds Live Streaming to Its Base Package appeared first on WIRED.   Wired News - Technology
     
  4. The ‘Series A’ Conference Table Is Also a Ping Pong Table Because Startups   29/Apr/16 08:01am
    Poppin is a startup that provides other startups with staplers, paper clips, desktop organizers, and now a new and improved ping pong conference table. The post The 'Series A' Conference Table Is Also a Ping Pong Table Because Startups appeared first on WIRED.   Wired News - Technology
     
  5. Larry and Sergey Have Passed the Crown to Google’s New King   29/Apr/16 08:01am
    Bucking tradition, Larry Page and Sergey Brin have let new Google CEO Sundar Pichai write the company's annual Founders' Letter. The post Larry and Sergey Have Passed the Crown to Google's New King appeared first on WIRED.   Wired News - Technology
     
  6. Beyoncé’s Lemonade Is Making the Lemon Emoji Very Popular   29/Apr/16 08:01am
    Use of the emoji has been much higher than normal on Twitter since Beyoncé released her latest album and accompanying film. The post Beyoncé’s Lemonade Is Making the Lemon Emoji Very Popular appeared first on WIRED.   Wired News - Technology
     
  7. Why Facebook Is Killing It—Even When Nobody Else Is   29/Apr/16 08:01am
    As other major tech companies stumble, Facebook is golden. And, for that, you can thank Mark Zuckerberg. The post Why Facebook Is Killing It—Even When Nobody Else Is appeared first on WIRED.   Wired News - Technology
     
  8. Annotated Volcano: A Spectacular View of Tenerife From the ISS   29/Apr/16 08:01am
    A spectacular view of Tenerife in the Canary Island shows off its volcanic history. The post Annotated Volcano: A Spectacular View of Tenerife From the ISS appeared first on WIRED.   Wired News - Technology
     
  9. Exploring phosphorene, a promising new material   29/Apr/16 08:01am
    (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) Researchers have developed a new method to quickly and accurately determine the orientation of phosphorene, a promising material with potential application as a material for semiconducting transistors in ever faster and more powerful computers.   EurekAlert - Technology & Engineering
     
  10. Personal cooling units on the horizon   29/Apr/16 08:01am
    (Penn State) Firefighters entering burning buildings, athletes competing in the broiling sun and workers in foundries may eventually be able to carry their own, lightweight cooling units with them, thanks to a nanowire array that cools, according to Penn State materials researchers.   EurekAlert - Technology & Engineering
     

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