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Sputnik, Hippies and the Disruptive Technology of Silicon Valley

Sputnik, Hippies and the Disruptive Technology of Silicon Valley

Sit down and talk with anyone about technology and you’ll have little trouble arguing that the San Francisco Bay Area is the quintessential location for tech startups. The area offers unparalleled access to high quality engineers, venture capitalists and superb universities. But the reason this particular spot ended up at the heart of the technology […]

The post Sputnik, Hippies and the Disruptive Technology of Silicon Valley appeared first on WIRED.

Be All You Can Be – For Minimum Wage?

By examining pay tables, housing benefits, and other benefits of being in the military, students can look at the incentives the military offers despite the fact the monthly pay for a private is so lowStudents look at how military strength has changed since the end of the draft. .

iPhone 6 gets two certifications in China, still needs another

A couple of days ago a report surfaced saying that the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus don’t yet have a release time frame set for the Chinese market. Apparently not even China Mobile, the world’s biggest carrier by subscriber count, knows when the two models will arrive in its country.

It all has to do with the two iPhones not having been certified for sale in China by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the rumor went. And this has pretty much been confirmed today through an article published by China’s state news agency.

So far four iPhone 6 models have passed what’s known as China Compulsory Certification (3C), and have also won approval from the State Radio Regulation of China. The 3C system is similar to the European CE, in that it’s a mandatory certification that approves various products to be sold in the Chinese mainland.

All of this may sound like good news for Apple, but its two new iPhones still need to obtain “a key network access license” before they can legally be sold in China. And once again, we have no estimation on when they might receive that.

So despite some steps having already been made towards releasing the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in China, it’s still very much a mystery when they should be expected in stores over there.

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Samsung Galaxy Alpha is now unofficially available in the US

Samsung Galaxy Alpha made its way to the United States, albeit unofficially. The online retailer Expansys has listed the sleek-looking, metal-clad smartphone as available to ship across the Atlantic.

The compact flagship is priced at $699.99 for a factory-unlocked device with 32GB of built-in memory and Exynos chipset. Black, gold, and blue colored versions of the handset on the other hand, are available for pre-order.

US carrier compatibility of the device is not detailed. T-Mobile and AT&T Wireless however, are all but certain to play nice with the smartphone.

There is no word on the official arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Alpha to the United States just yet – the Korean giant is currently focused on launching the Galaxy Note 4 in the country. Therefore, picking up an unofficial import might be the safest bet for eager users for some time to come. You can find out all about the SM-G850 in our detailed review.

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Twitter upgrades for iOS 8 with a profile makeover

Months after redesigning your web profile pages, Twitter has a new look
for profiles in iOS. It’s major, at least according to Twitter.

Twitter’s iOS 8 update gives profiles a makeover.

Except the new look isn’t really that major. Twitter’s update for iOS 8 on Thursday
basically replicates the image-heavy web profiles that it introduced in April. That profile makeover drew some (OK, many) comparisons to Facebook’s
Timeline. But as far as iOS apps go, your Facebook and Twitter profiles look nothing alike. That’s a good thing, because Facebook profiles could use some work.

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Look, Mom, I Finally Made It To Broadway!

NPR’s Michel Martin will sit down with a panel of award-winning playwrights to ask about diversity in theater. Follow here or join us on Twitter on Friday at 7 p.m. ET, using #NPRMichel.

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