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VIDEO: Botswana's complex ecotourism trade
While much of the profits made from wildlife tourism in Botswana go to foreign-owned tourist operators, the biggest concern for some locals is poachers.
[BBC News Africa]

Why China's Tencent wants to own Beyonce online
Read full story for latest details.
[CNN Money]

Tile Comes to Android: Poised to Further Expand the World's Most Popular Lost & Found Network
San Mateo, Calif.  – (December 17, 2014) – Today   Tile , the tiny wearable for the things you never want to lose, announces the launch of its Android app, now available for download on the Google Play store. Tile is also announcing that it is fulfilling orders immediately as all prepaid orders (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

Tile Comes to Android: Poised to Further Expand the World's Most Popular Lost & Found Network
San Mateo, Calif.  – (December 17, 2014) – Today   Tile , the tiny wearable for the things you never want to lose, announces the launch of its Android app, now available for download on the Google Play store. Tile is also announcing that it is fulfilling orders immediately as all prepaid orders (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

'I don't need your permission!'
Permissions on Android are tricky to get right from a user perspective. Usually you only want to do something minor and innocuous (pre-fill a form with a contact's info) but the actual permission you have to request gives you much more power than necessary (access to ALL contact details, ever). (...)
[OSNews]

Spotify CEO wants 'to do a better job' convincing musicians of its value
But Daniel Ek says his company remains unwilling to let Taylor Swift and her peers choose to keep their music off Spotify’s free service After a bruising year for streaming music service Spotify, chief executive Daniel Ek admits the company is thinking hard about how to convince artists like (...)
[The Guardian]

Was isolated with a 486 - built my own 80s operating system
From an Imgur Post of the same title: I was moved out to an extremely remote country area in the middle of NSW Australia to live with people I didn't want to live with and isolated with no internet for 7 years during my childhood/teenhood. Using the 1980s reference books from my high school (...)
[OSNews]

2015 will be the year wearable tech gets under the skin
The next wave of wearables, from smartwatches and ‘smart’ clothes to health trackers 24/7 health check: click here for our graphic guide ■ See more from the 20 innovations for 2015 series Want to know how much ultraviolet exposure you’ve had on a summer’s day? Next year, a hair slide could tell you. (...)
[The Guardian]

Atlas des cités perdues
Les villes sont mortelles comme les civilisations et peuvent disparaître de la carte du monde. L'Atlas des cités perdues relate les destins inattendus et pourtant bien réels de plus de quarante cités aujourd'hui disparues. De la courte et délirante aventure de Sanzhi à Taïwan, née de l'imagination de (...)
[EVENE - Actualité du Livre]

Thoughts on Google+
When I thought about what motivated me to lob this snarkbomb, I realized I was looking for a reaction. I wanted some kind of defiant response to questions that've recently bugged me - What's going on with Google+? Where is it headed? What the fuck is it for, anyway? Good (...)
[OSNews]

Fighting air pollution in China with social media
The serious air pollution problem in China has attracted the attention of online activists who want the government to take action, but their advocacy has had only limited success, a new study has revealed.
[Science daily]

16 Year Old High School Student From San Mateo California Beats Out Hundreds of Techies From Top Universities in National Coding Challenge -
Today, HackerRank announces that Tony Wang, a student from Aragon High School in San Mateo California placed in the top ten of its 2014 Back2School Codesprint, a coding competition that brought together undergraduate and graduate students from across the nation to compete in solving a series of (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Facebook hosted Rigby murder chat
Facebook hosted a conversation by one of Fusilier Lee Rigby's killers in which he said he wanted to kill a soldier, five months before the attack, the BBC learns.
[BBC]

E-health records used to search for hidden drug benefits
With research and development costs for many drugs reaching well into the billions, pharmaceutical companies want more than ever to determine whether their drugs already at market have any hidden therapeutic benefits that could warrant putting additional indications on the label and increase (...)
[Science daily]

Google case over web abuse settled
The case of a businessman who wants to stop malicious web postings about him appearing in Google searches is settled at the High Court.
[BBC]

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