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Nielsen Shows Kindle Unlimited Users Buy More Booksview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Amazon has been unsurprisingly reticent about sharing data about their Kindle Unlimited program, a subscription system that lets you download ostensibly free ebooks, mostly from Indie authors. Nielsen research is showing that users who subscribed to Kindle Unlimited spend more on books in general, on a monthly basis, than those who do not. (IT news)

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HelloSponsor Connects Brands With Local Events Looking For Sponsorshipsview story

http://techcrunch.com –  While programmatic ads continue to reshape the web advertising landscape, the market for advertising at public events still lags behind. HelloSponsor, which just launched after going through AngelPad’s accelerator, is looking to modernize event sponsorship for brands by simplifying the experience and building up metrics so that they can measure the impact of their campaigns. (IT news)

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Hands On With Windows 10view story

http://techcrunch.com –  TechCrunch went hands-on with Windows 10 to show you the best of the latest build of Microsoft’s new operating system. To make it extra pure, we put Windows 10 through its paces on a Surface Pro 3. Windows 10 is Microsoft’s effort to build an operating system that can run on any screen size and accept various modes of input depending on where it is deployed. (IT news)

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ArrayAdapter redrawing on screen errorview story

http://stackoverflow.com – When using an ArrayAdapter my Nexus 5 has this happen on screen. I can't seem to figure out why, has anybody else ever had this happen, and how did they fix it? Here is my code! (HowTos)

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Marker move without refresh page in intel XDKview story

http://stackoverflow.com – how set lat , lng google maps in XDK without refresh page. <div class="widget uib_w_1 google-maps-size d-margins" data-uib="media/google_maps" data-ver="0" data-rpath="null" data-zoom="8" id="maps_id" data-center-longitude="44.416668" data-center-latitude="32.483334"></div> (HowTos)

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Apple Just Had The Most Profitable Quarter Of Any Company Everview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Apple had a pretty good quarter. And by “pretty good”, I mean it was the biggest quarter in history. And not just for Apple. For any company. Ever. Read More (IT news)

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bash + command with a variable that has a space in the pathview story

http://stackoverflow.com – I am having trouble executing a command that has variables, so I am trying to recreate it here with this simple example. I want to list the contents of the path DIR but because there is a space in the path it will not work. The problem is the space in the path /home/User Name/tarfolder. This works fine if there is no space in the path. (HowTos)

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What are these strange [BS] characters inserted in Tera Term logs?view story

http://stackoverflow.com – I'm making a tool that uses Tera Term Macro to connect to a Linux server. I need the tool to log everything that happens on the terminal. (HowTos)

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Europe Gets A Cyber Security Incubatorview story

http://techcrunch.com –  London’s crowded startup accelerator scene is getting a new addition. Not fintech-related, this time — rather the focus is cyber security. (IT news)

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What is the default location of where the Security Audit Logs are saved in Oracle Internet Directory (OID) ? How do I change the default location?view story

http://stackoverflow.com – I am running in a linux environment. I've been trying to find and change the default location of where the security audits are saved from the Oracle's OID component. Any insight? Thank you. (HowTos)

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Autostart noip2 on Buffallo NAS (Optware)view story

http://stackoverflow.com – I'm a novice with linux or any command line, but I've managed to gain root access to my Buffalo Terastation (TS-HTGL/R5) and install noip & mediatomb. The problem I have is that I can't get noip2 to automatically start, but I figured out what to do for mediatomb (using a guide). (HowTos)

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Linux kernel built in battery monitor?view story

http://stackoverflow.com – I've been compiling my own linux kernels for a while, and I want to work on a governor (or module) that scales down the max CPU freq as battery decreases for android phones and laptops. An example would be the CPU jumping to max frequency during load when battery is at 100%, but only jumps to 1GHz at 10%. My question is, is there a built in module for monitoring battery status? (HowTos)