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OnePlus hosting an event on April 20thview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – In just a few days, OnePlus will be holding an event for some upcoming product announcement. (IT news)

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Google+ update brings major redesign for Communities [APK Download]view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Google is currently in the process pushing out an update for its official Google+ application. (IT news)

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Soundbrenner Pulse Helps You Get Down To Your Own Sick Beatview story

http://techcrunch.com –  If you find yourself staying out too late with nothing in your brain, perhaps you could use the Soundbrenner Pulse. (IT news)

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Dead Zebra debuts scientific series with Curie, Tesla, and Newton as inaugural figurinesview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Andrew Bell and Dead Zebra have returned with a new series of Android Mini Collectibles. This one is “…for Science!” as it will launch with figurines of Marie Curie, Nikola Tesla, and Isaac Newton. The new series focuses on the geniuses of science from hundreds of years ago. The “…for Science!” collectibles will be available on April 20 at 11:00AM EST. (IT news)

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Here’s how much a battery replacement for the Galaxy S6 will set you backview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Earlier today, Samsung announced that a replacement battery for the new Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will cost $45. (IT news)

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Stationary Bike Startup Peloton Expands Production And Distribution With $30M In New Fundingview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Peloton, the stationary bike startup with a built-in tablet for live streaming cycling classes, has raised $30 million in Series C funding in order to expand brick-and-mortar retail locations and accelerate bike production. Previous investor Tiger Global Management led the round, along with True Ventures. (IT news)

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Jawbone’s New $200 UP4 Doubles As An American Express Cardview story

http://techcrunch.com –  After a few delays, Jawbone’s UP3 fitness tracker is finally set to hit the delivery trucks early next week. And yet… it already has a successor, of sorts. Meet the UP4. It does everything the UP3 does, and you can buy things with it. Read More (IT news)

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elementary OS 0.3 Freya Can be Tweaked in Style with Elementary Tweaksview story

http://spd.rss.ac – Michael P. Starkweather announced recently that his Elementary Tweaks software is now available for the elementary OS 0.3 Freya Linux operating system, which was unveiled at the end of last week. Being written in Vala and distributed under a GPLv3 license, the Elementary Tweaks application has been created from the ground up to allow... (read more) (IT news)

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Show Me the Money: eCommerce Sales Surgingview story

http://thevarguy.com – Many businesses are shifting their purchasing preferences and every organization needs to keep up or they put themselves at risk. Online transactions have become easier than ever before and companies are leveraging the power of the Internet to their advantage and conduct business more efficiently. read more (IT news)

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Visor Lets You Look Through Other’s Eyesview story

http://techcrunch.com –  As we move into our telemetric future, we will soon be able to mediate our experience in the world through apps. Already we can live the lives of others, vicariously, through Meerkat. We can see photos of the food of others with Instagram. And now, thanks to Visor, we can see how long the line is to order at Shake Shack. (IT news)

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AT&T may stop offering any two-year contracts by the end of Mayview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – If you’ve bought a phone from AT&T recently, you’re probably familiar with their Next program. The financing program was designed as a competitor to T-Mobile’s JUMP plan so consumers could purchase their phones without entering into a contract and tangling their phone payments into their phone service plans. (IT news)

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Watch SpaceX Launch The Falcon 9 Rocket For CRS-6 Mission, Take Twoview story

http://techcrunch.com –  SpaceX is going to try to launch its CRS-6 International Space Station resupply mission again today at 4:10 PM ET, after having to scrub the launch yesterday due to adverse weather conditions. Weather today looks mostly favorable, with NASA reporting a “60 percent chance of acceptable conditions” for the target window at the Cape Canaveral launch site in Florida. (IT news)