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FundersClub’s New “Partnerships” Let You Start A Venture Capital Fund Or Invest In One

 FundersClub democratized angel investing with its equity crowdfunding marketplace. Two years later, it wants to do the same for launching a fund or being a limited partner by licensing out its backend system for legally doing venture deals and transferring cash.

Origin PC launches first 'thin and light' EVO15-S gaming notebook

Computer producer Origin PC has revealed its first ever "thin and light" notebook aimed at gamers and artists.

Paranoid Android 4.5 Alpha 1 Builds Feature Android 5.0 L-Style Recent Apps UI, More to Follow Soon

One of the most popular Android custom ROMs is the one created by the Paranoid Android team and now they have managed to integrate the Android L-style UI in their latest PA 4.5 Alpha 1 builds.

There Is Now A Matrix "Falling Code" Watch Face For Android Wear (It Was Inevitable And You Know It)

The world was a whole lot simpler back in 1999 – the economy was doing fine, MTV played music, and the Matrix was much less ridiculous without all that weird pseudo-philosophy from the sequels.

Buzztime’s tablet games turn dead restaurants into party spots (exclusive)

Above: Buzztime's new OpinioNation Live game Image Credit: Buzztime If you’d rather not look at your date in a restaurant or bar, maybe you can play a tablet game instead.

Box Plans Deep Office 365 Integration As It Removes Storage Caps For Business Customers

 This morning Box announced that it will integrate its cloud storage solution into Microsoft’s popular Office 365 productivity suite.

Scribd for iPhone updated with redesigned book view, improved library management, and more

The Scribd iPhone app has been updated with several design tweaks and functionality improvements today that make browsing and reading even easier.

MediaTek launches 64-bit, octa-core smartphone chip

As expected, Chinese chip maker MediaTek has unveiled its first 8-core, 64-bit processor for smartphones.

Scribd for Android updated with redesigned book view, improved library management, and more

The Scribd Android app has been updated with several design tweaks and functionality improvements today that make browsing and reading even easier.

Addiction, Quantified: How I Measured My Smartphone Usage For A Week

Could you live without your smartphone? Addiction to phones is a real problem, and lots of folks are affected.

Sprint HTC One (M8) receiving Android 4.4.3 update with WiFi calling support, more

Sprint this morning announced that it has started rolling out an update to Android 4.4.3 for its HTC One (M8) variant.

iPads and MacBooks may someday run for weeks on a single charge

Apple is reportedly working on a secret battery project with British fuel cell firm Intelligent Energy, Daily Mail has learned from “senior sources in the U.S.,” hoping to one day embed eco-friendly fuel cell batteries in various devices including mobile phones, tablets and laptops.

AT&T Set to Sell the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 on July 15th

On July 15th – oh yeah, that’s today – AT&T is going to be selling the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0. The Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 is actually a pretty decent tablet.

Synology launches four-bay DS214play home media streaming NAS

Synology America has unveiled the DS415play, the four-bay follow-up to 2014's popular two-bay DS214play.

AT&T's Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 Goes On Sale Today Online, In-Stores July 25th

Starting today, AT&T will offer the Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 online for $269.99 with a two-year contract. Alternatively, customers can skip the annual contract and pay $369.99 upfront or add $18.50 to their bill for twenty months instead.

AT&T launches Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 for $370 or $270 on contract

Following the launch of WiFi-only models of the new Galaxy Tab 4 series in May, today AT&T announced an LTE variant of the Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 will arrive for its customers today. You’ll be able to get the tablet through AT&T for $270 on the usual two year contract or for $0 down and $18.50/month for 20 months on the company’s instalment plan.

White House responds to Tesla direct sales: we love Tesla, can't help

Though nearly 150,000 people signed a petition last summer asking the United States government to allow Tesla Motors the ability to sell cars directly to consumers, the White House won't help.

Former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney not in the running for Apple's vacant PR job

Following rumors that Apple might be looking to hire former Obama administration White House Press Secretary Jay Carney for its vacant head of public relations position, the well-connected Jim Dalrymple has squashed those claims definitively.

Ultimate iPhone Driving App Easily Shares Your ETA

Ultimate iPhone Driving App Easily Shares Your ETA is a post by Craig Lloyd from Gotta Be Mobile. Texting and driving is illegal in most states, but what if you need to tell someone your ETA based on your location?

Russia's Military Is Getting Killer Wall-E Robot Soldiers in 2018

Russia's newest line of robotic soldiers took part in their first wargames recently. They may look suspiciously like Wall-E, but Russia's Platform-M isn't nearly as benevolent.