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Despite being one of the hotter social networks, Pinterest hasn’t been on the cutting edge of sharing: members wanting to send their pins through official channels have had to use old-fashioned email. The service is catching up to the modern era in style, however, with a new option to send pins directly to friends through Pinterest’s mobile and web apps. While email is still hanging around, both ends now just have to be mutual followers on Facebook or Pinterest for the magic to happen. Sharers will also receive any adulation (or criticism) right away — comments, likes and repins on those items will appear as notifications. It will take weeks to fully deploy the direct sending feature, but it shouldn’t be long before everyone is on the same page.
Sending money with Google Wallet wasn’t a tremendously difficult affair before today, but Mountain View’s now discovered a clever new way to part you from your cash. “Over the coming months,” the company will roll out a new payments feature within Gmail, letting you attach money just as you would an image or document. After clicking the new “$ ” symbol within the composer, you’ll type in an amount and select the source of your funds. Then hit Attach, click send, and say goodbye to your Greenbacks. It’s that simple. You can probably get a solid feel for how this works just from looking at the image above, but given the onslaught of announcements today, we’ll forgive you for needing a more comprehensive explanation. Goog’s got your back, too — there’s a demo video waiting just past the break.
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Social Media in the Era of Terrorism
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Apple’s greatest innovation in recent version of iOS was clearly enabling emoji keyboard support for all iPhone and iPad users, regardless of region. Emojis are fun for everyone, but they could potentially get better thanks to a new Kickstarter project. The TeleSound is an iPhone and Android device accessory that lets users send sound messages, by translating the emojis built into iOS into a corresponding sound and playing it back via a special speaker peripheral.
The TeleSound uses a dedicated app that lets you message your friends, using the emojis provided in iOS. You can line up a series of icons to play back a number of noises in rapid succession, which is likely exactly as irritating as it sounds. The sounds playback via a small speaker that looks like one end of an old-school rotary phone handset, which connects to the iPhone via Bluetooth 4.0 (so it’ll only work with later model devices, like the iPhone 4S and up).
The speaker automatically plays back received messages when on and within pairing range (around 30 ft) of your device, and you can simply flip it over to turn it off thanks to an included tilt sensor. Messages received while the speaker isn’t in range or is inactive will be stored for later playback, so you won’t miss a single duck noise or sparkly tinkling sound. Replaying the last received message is as simple as quickly flipping the speaker over and right-side up again in a single gesture.
Project creators Olivier Mével and Marc Chareyron are the founding team behind a Paris-based hardware startup that previously created reaDIYmates, which are roll-your own kits for building Wi-Fi objects that can provide different responses based on input from web-based applications and sources, as well as smartphones. The duo is interested in helping build the next generation of connected devices to fuel the advent of the so-called “Internet of things.”
The team sought only $ 25,000 for their first project, and are now looking for four times that amount — $ 100,000 — to fund the creation of the TeleSound. Pre-orders start at the $ 34 level, which is cheap, but then again this is just a peripheral that makes it possible for your friends and colleagues to yell at you by sending emoticons over the Internet. Still, it has a certain charm, especially when I think about the potential for freaking out my cat from across the world.
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Multimillionaire Dennis Tito (who was also the first paying space tourist) has created a nonprofit group called Inspiration Mars and green-lit a program to send a single couple on a 501-day trip around the red planet and return to earth, with a launch scheduled for January 5th, 2018. The mission is described as “high-risk”, which is to be expected when you lock a married couple in a cramped capsule for a year and a half.
A celestial harmony makes such a plan feasible — a once-every-15-years alignment of Earth and Mars wherein a modest craft can shoot there and back with minimal fuel.
The risks of this mission soar beyond those NASA would allow, said Tito adviser Jonathan Clark, a former NASA space doctor now at the Baylor College of Medicine.
Beyond low Earth orbit, cosmic radiation rises dramatically, upping the risk of cancer. If illness or injury occur, there is no hospital for millions of miles, no chance to abort, and no escape.
The nearly 18-month trip will cover 818 million miles.
Time spent within 60,000 miles of Mars: 10 hours.
Wow, if I were the couple going (and my love-doll and I still hope to be), I would turn off the autopilot as soon as we neared Mars THEN CRASH-LAND THAT SUCKER and become the first human to ever step foot on another planet. That’ll get me in the history books, right? I really don’t even care, I just want David Bowie to write a song about me. Plus I’m going to find that Curiosity rover and ride it around like a golf cart.
Thanks to Evil Ares, Pacman :v and Wilmersama, who agree they should probably send a couple who just started dating so they have time to get to know each other.
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Who would have thought that within a year, we ‘d have multiple, contending asteroid mining start-ups? Deep Area Industries, which will hold its official launch on Tuesday at Santa Monica’s Gallery of Flying, is the current of a number of ambitious exclusive business to reveal plans for the last frontier: in its case, to prospect near-Earth asteroids with an eye towards using materials in them to build a long-lasting presence in room. In 2015, it says it will start sending out unmanned “FireFly” spacecraft to check out asteroids that fly near Earth, followed by heavier “DragonFly” craft that will bring back samples from likely prospects in between 2016 and 2020.
‘ FireFly’ prospecting craft by 2015, absolutely no gravity 3D printers in the future
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While the recently announced Graph Search has taken most Facebook-related headlines of late, let’s not forget Zuckerberg himself said that mobile applications are undoubtedly one of the company’s main focus areas. And although today’s Android update isn’t nearly as major as the one from last month, something tells us “likers” and “pokers” alike will still appreciate the new tidbits — which include an option to share stories to Groups, Pages and Timeline, faster viewing / opening of photos, as well as a feature (relatively known, mind you) that allows for the sending of voice messages to friends straight from the app. Those eager to grab the update now should hit the Google Play link below, where the latest Android treats from the social network giant are only a mere click away.
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Not that the world was lacking in ways to deliver material to its Kindle gadgets and applications, but if you still occurred to feel unfulfilled on that front, Amazon’s added Firefox to the listing. The Mozilla-crafted browser is getting an extension that’ll let individuals share posts, news posts and the like to certain users of the Kindle household. Select the web page or text, click the button and go– well, as soon as you have actually finished downloading the extension from the source link below, that is.
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Okay, this definitely will not be the very first time HTC’s very own Nexus device will certainly be experiencing a travel that most of us will not ever have the chance to replicate. However in 2013 the Nexus One will travel deeper into the void than it’s ever before been before. As it was in 2010, the upcoming Nexus One launch strategy is additionally part of NASA’s nano-satellite-building program (aka PhoneSat) and, according to HTC, this will mark the height of years of demanding examining– which included putting the former Android flagship through thermal-vacuum chambers, extreme vibration examinations and high-altitude balloon flights. The Taiwanese phone maker didn’t point out when exactly the Nexus One’s out-of-this-world experience will occur, but we do understand the newfangled One X + is currently being promoted as a possible prospect to climb aboard a Jupiter-bound spaceship in the coming future.
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Combatants on both sides of Syria’s domestic dispute have actually resorted to cyberwarfare to reach their targets, and a brand-new hack has actually targeted Al Jazeera’s SMS news service, offering customers artificial breaking news updates using text message. As Doha News reports, a group calling itself the “Syrian Electronic Army” has actually claimed obligation for the hack, which sent messages claiming that an assassination effort had been made on Qatar’s prime minister. Al Jazeera confirmed the hack on Twitter, and said that their system had been jeopardized by hackers who were spreading out fake news.
While the hack was carried out on a news agency outside of Syria, it’s not the very first time pro-Syrian forces have meddled with news agencies: as the Financial Times r.
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