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Kyocera Hydro Vibe headed to Sprint and Virgin Mobileview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Today Kyocera announced their most recent mobile device in the Hydro Vibe and will be released on Sprint and Virgin Mobile’s network come May 9th (May 27th for Virgin Mobile). Pricing for the Hydro Vibe will be set at $0 down and 24 monthly payments of $9.59 with Sprint’s Easy Pay plan while Virgin Mobile will have it at $149.99 off-contract. As for specs, you can expect a 4.5-inch 96 (IT news)

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Send files from your mobile device via WiFi with IPCastview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Thanks to an XDA forum member by the name of stefanuc111, you are able to send files wirelessly via Wi-Fi to other devices that are connected to the same network with his app called IPCast. As per the dev, “IPCast allows you to send, receive and stream content, without need cables, in a simple and easy way. (IT news)

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Samsung Galaxy S 5 mini to sport a 4.47-inch displayview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Thanks to an image from the Zauba site, we may have a confirmation on the size of the Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini’s display. The image shows to have the device sporting a 4.5″ (4.47″ to be exact) Super AMOLED display with the resolution of 720p. (IT news)

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Google Docs now allows users to crop and add borders to imagesview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – If you’re a  Google Docs user you are now able to crop and add borders to the images that you apply. (IT news)

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Codemasters Says Linux Games Are a Matter of When, Not Ifview story

http://news.softpedia.com – Codemasters is a studio best known for its racing titles, and it seems that the developers are considering launching some Linux games sometime in the future. When it comes to supporting the Linux platform, not many of the large studios out there are even considering investing the time and the resources to make this happen. (IT news)

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New OpenSSL Vulnerabilities Rediscovered and Fixed Four Years After Initial Reportview story

http://news.softpedia.com – OpenSSL seems to be the source of numerous problems, especially now that people have started to look a lot more closely at the source. Yet another bug has been discovered in the OpenSSL package and, to make things worse, it's a four-year-old problem that has remained unsolved until now. (IT news)

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NVIDIA Linux Display Driver 337.19 Beta for Linux Fixes 4K Resolutionsview story

http://news.softpedia.com – NVIDIA has just announced that a new beta version of its driver for the Linux platform, 337.19, has been released and is ready for testing. The new driver from NVIDIA is not really a big one, but it does feature some interesting fixes, including one implemented for 4K resolutions, which encountered some problems. (IT news)

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In Digital Health, Does Nike Have A Path To Victory After Fuelband?view story

http://techcrunch.com –  This past week, conflicting reports about Nike leaked, suggesting either big changes or outright abandonment of its high-profile Fuelband line. For those focused on the intersection of digital health, wellness, mobile startups, and wearable technologies, a move by Nike, one of the world’s most iconic brands and visible companies, will be examined under the microscope. (IT news)

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Square And Google Were Not In Acquisition Talksview story

http://techcrunch.com –  The WSJ is reporting tonight that payments company Square was in acquisition talks with Google. We're hearing from multiple sources close to both companies that these talks did not in fact take place in any serious capacity. Read More (IT news)

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President Obama Will Headline DNC Fundraiser Hosted By YC’s Sam Altman And Yahoo’s Marissa Mayerview story

http://techcrunch.com –  This May 8th, Y Combinator’s Sam Altman and Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer will hold a fundraiser for the Democratic National Committee headlined by President Obama. The fête will take place at Y Combinator’s offices in Mountain View. (IT news)

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How to Add Beautiful Fonts to Any Linux Distributionview story

http://news.softpedia.com – The following tutorial will teach all Linux users how to easily add beautiful fonts to their operating systems. We’ve written detailed instructions for Debian, Arch Linux, openSUSE, Slackware and Fedora distributions. (IT news)

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How To Run Live User Testing, Part 3: The Debriefview story

http://techcrunch.com – We've focused on getting the tests setup, which includes deciding on a specific thing to test, when and where to conduct the user study and what type of users to study. We then covered actually running the tests. This final installment will focus on taking all that amazing feedback you just gathered and parsing it into useful, actionable intelligence. Read More (IT news)