Top Stories of the Day // July 14, 2015

Match Group Buys PlentyOfFish For $575M To Bag More Singles |
Wi-Fi Aware Aims To Connect All Your Devices Instantly |
Development Of A $200 WiFi Router Geared Towards Whistleblowers Was Just Suspiciously Cancelled |
Experts Find A Third Hacking Team Flash Exploit, Call For An End To The Madness |
Andrew Braccia’s Big Bet on Slack |
Fly Or Die: Amazon Echo |
Microsoft Signals That It Is Not Abandoning Hardware |

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Today’s Top Stories // Jul 14, 2015

Match Group Buys PlentyOfFish For $575M To Bag More Singles

A spot of consolidation in the online dating space today, with Match Group, the subsidiary of Tinder and OkCupid owner IAC, announcing it has agreed to acquire… read more

Wi-Fi Aware Aims To Connect All Your Devices Instantly

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Development Of A $200 WiFi Router Geared Towards Whistleblowers Was Just Suspiciously Cancelled

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Experts Find A Third Hacking Team Flash Exploit, Call For An End To The Madness

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Andrew Braccia’s Big Bet on Slack

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Fly Or Die: Amazon Echo

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Microsoft Signals That It Is Not Abandoning Hardware

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TOP VIDEOS

Fly Or Die: Amazon Echo

Upon first hearing about the Amazon Echo, a device that sits in the home and receives voice-powered commands, I… read more

Gillmor Gang: WonderLust

 The Gillmor Gang — John Borthwick, Robert Scoble, Dan Farber, Keith Teare, Kevin Marks, and Steve Gillmor…. read more

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