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INFOGRAPHIC: Here's Why Facebook Needs To Worry About The Rise Of WhatsApp And Snapchat

Snapchat, the photo-messaging app, now boasts 350 million photo uploads daily, the same number as Facebook.<p>That's a major tipping point. The app landscape is getting fractured. Photography, messaging, social media — all are witnessing the rise of new mobile-focused apps and services that threaten …

Snapchat

AngelList Raises $24M, Having Raised $200M for Other Startups and Helped 3,000 People Get Jobs

AngelList, the startup matchmaking platform, has helped 1,300 startups raise $200 million and hire 3,000 employees. Now, it has raised money of its …

Venture Capital

Google launches Constitute, a tool for creating and comparing governments (video)

Countries frequently amend or draft constitutions, but they can't always find example constitutions to work from -- not every country publishes its founding documents in accessible formats. So, Google's simplifying nation building by launching Constitute, a website that puts all the world's …

What Games Are: The Perplexing OUYA Reflex

<b>Editor’s note:</b> <i>Tadhg Kelly is a veteran game designer and the creator of leading game design blog What Games Are. You can follow him on Twitter here.</i><p>Since microconsoles first surfaced, I’ve always been a big advocate. Why? Some of my reasons are to do with finally seeing digital-native distribution …

New MIT 3-D Printing Innovations Create Printable Objects That Assemble Themselves

When Skylar Tibbits drops a plastic-like rod into a tub of water, it starts to take shape, turning into a cube. It’s a result of what he calls 4-D printing, which adds the fourth dimension, time, to the increasingly popular process of 3-D printing. Over the time dimension, the objects …

New browser extensions let you hit the NSA where it hurts: in the data

Flagger.io does just one thing: It adds a random selection of keywords, like “terrorist,” “pressure cooker,” “Al Qaeda,” etc. to the address of every website you visit. The idea is that, because the US National Security Agency (NSA) is gathering essentially all the internet traffic that passes …

Surveillance