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Super Bowl 50 puts tech in its starting lineup

Are you ready for some high-tech football?<p>Less than three weeks away, Super Bowl 50 will be the most technologically advanced game ever played. At least that's what Super Bowl organizers such as the National Football League, host team San Francisco 49ers and software giant SAP are planning, …

NFL

Sony’s Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector will turn any surface into a TV

Portable

Microsoft to notify users of government spying after Chinese Hotmail hack goes public

Microsoft will now tell users of its email services when their accounts are being attacked by government hackers. The change in policy comes as Reuters reported that the company chose not to tell thousands of Hotmail users that their email accounts had been hacked by Chinese government …

Hotmail

2015: The Year in Magazines

Our collection of 2015 in magazines isn’t just another year-end list; it’s a look at what the Flipboard community cares about (and flipped!) the most. This year, enthusiasts had fun with a slew of new TV shows, indulged in celebrity gossip, partied hard, and wondered at the beauty of photography. …

Social Media

Google and Ford rumored to announce partnership at CES

Google’s self-driving car systems are said to hit the public relatively soon, but so far the specifics have been vague. Google has said it will partner with other manufacturers, allowing them to use their systems. The Search Giant has also mentioned a taxi-like service that would have you …

Android News

The best thing about the SpaceX rocket landing was the human reaction

Last night, SpaceX sent a rocket out into space and then landed it back down on Earth, upright and proud, as if it was no big deal. But the people responsible for making that feat happen, SpaceX's scientists and engineers, knew how maddeningly difficult and complex that task was, so when the Falcon …