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Andy Rubin is parting ways with Google

Andy Rubin is parting ways with Google

Andy Rubin has had a long and fruitful career at Google, having started big there under his work with Android, later moving on to other projects and eventually ending up managing the company's robotics division -- a position from which he is stepping down, the Wall Street Journal is reporting. The reason isn't clear, but his future plans include kicking off an "incubator for startups", it is being reported. Google has confirmed the departure, with CEO Larry Page having thanked him for his time with the company.

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Canon EOS C100 Mark II arrives in December

Canon EOS C100 Mark II arrives in December

Canon has introduced the second-generation EOS C100 Mark II, an updated camcorder bringing with it fresh features utilizing the latest technologies. The camcorder falls into the economical price range for its targeted market (budget film productions, documentaries, etc.) at $5,499 USD, and is set to drop toward the end of December, meaning you won't likely find it under many Christmas trees. Among its many features comes the promise of better handling and improved video quality.

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Netflix and Rogers partner up on next original series

Netflix and Rogers partner up on next original series

Canada is getting some love from Netflix, and the end result will be yet another original series, this one called Between. The show has a survivalist slant, and revolves around a city that has been ravaged by an odd disease that kills those above 22 years of age. This will join the company's other recent pushes for more original content, including the announcement that it will be working on some movies with Adam Sandler, launching a second Crouching Tiger movie, and that it has nabbed the series Peaky Blinders.

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OverDrive to offer magazines, newspapers via Nook partnership

OverDrive to offer magazines, newspapers via Nook partnership

Nook and OverDrive have partnered up to bring newspapers and magazines in digital form to public libraries utilizing the latter company's platform. The expansion in content will be available to OverDrive users in both the United States and the United Kingdom, says the companies, though the new digital wares won't start rolling out for an unspecified number of months. Because it is being offered through the OverDrive platform, the additional content will be free for users to download. We've got the rest of the details after the jump.

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Quip update ushers in spreadsheet integration

Quip update ushers in spreadsheet integration

Quip, for those unfamiliar, is a self-proclaimed "productivity suite" that spans across devices, allowing teams to share documents and messages, among other things. Businesses are one of its targeted user bases, and as of yesterday they now have another functionality available: spreadsheets integration. While a simple update, it expands the usefulness of the service greatly, especially for those users who need to share more than mere words. The feature is more convenient than attaching spreadsheets, and says Quip, it furthers the company's vision of having everything in a single place.

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Netflix’s Daredevil series logo unveiled

Netflix’s Daredevil series logo unveiled

Back in November of last year, we heard word that Marvel Comics' next television series was going to be Daredevil, and that it would be arriving on Netflix, which has seen ample successes with its own TV shows Orange is the New Black and House of Cards in recent time. Fast forward to yesterday, and the series' official Netflix logo has been unveiled by the companies just ahead of the New York Comic Con, showing a rather traditional deep red comic book-esque design that should please fans.

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