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Feedly Pro arrives with search, Evernote support, and more

Feedly Pro arrives with search, Evernote support, and more

As with many free services, there's often a paid option to along with them that offers a handful of new features and benefits that aren't available otherwise to the free users. Feedly has so far offered a free version of its RSS reader, but today the company has unwrapped a paid version that gives users several new features for just a few dollars per month.

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Federal agents reportedly demanding passwords from websites

Federal agents reportedly demanding passwords from websites

Right when you thought this whole NSA and PRISM debacle was just slightly slowing down a bit, things are picking back up, thanks to a new report. According to multiple anonymous sources, it's said that federal government officials are demanding websites to hand over user passwords in order to monitor individual users even more.

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Flipboard magazines hit the web with new “Big Ideas” category

Flipboard magazines hit the web with new “Big Ideas” category

You might remember back in May when Flipboard introduced custom magazines that allowed users to curate different kinds of content into one magazine and share it with the world. That feature as now hit the web, allowing users to read these custom-curated magazines from any browser on any device with an internet connection.

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Google Reader data to be deleted later this month, export yours now

Google Reader data to be deleted later this month, export yours now

The day came and went. Google Reader officially shut down yesterday, but while you can no longer use the RSS news reader, you can still export all of your feeds to import into another RSS service. Google is allowing users to export and save a backup of their Google Reader data up until July 15. At that point, Google will delete all Google Reader data.

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Evernote Web Clipper extension for Chrome gets Gmail update

Evernote Web Clipper extension for Chrome gets Gmail update

Note-taking addicts and Evernote lovers alike have had access to the Evernote Web Clipper tool for awhile now, which allows individuals to clip items from the web for easy saving to their account. That tool just got a little more useful, however, with an addition to its Web Clipper for Chrome extension: clipping within Gmail.

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Google Fiber used to throw MLB game’s first pitch from 1,800 miles away

Google Fiber used to throw MLB game’s first pitch from 1,800 miles away

Kansas City resident Nick LeGrande, who is 13 years old, threw out the ceremonial first pitch before an Oakland Athletics vs. New York Yankees game earlier this week. What made it so special is that the pitch was thrown from 1,800 miles away using a combination between a robotic pitching machine and Google Fiber.

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Points electronic sign connects to internet for street smarts

Points electronic sign connects to internet for street smarts

It seems like everything is getting the "smart" prefix tacked onto it. We now have smart TVs, smart watches, smartphones, etc. Now, street signs are getting the treatment. A new sign technology called Points includes an LED panel that can display text, and it connects to the internet to show real-time information on the sign's display.

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Raspberry Pi used to circumvent China’s internet firewall

Raspberry Pi used to circumvent China’s internet firewall

The Raspberry Pi has seen a lot of different uses, and it's one of the most popular DIY toys for electronic hobbyists. In a Reddit thread where users post about all of their different uses for the credit card-sized circuit board, one user in particular has an interesting use: circumventing China's internet firewall to get censor-less WiFi.

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Amazon outs in-house login service to take on Facebook and Google

Amazon outs in-house login service to take on Facebook and Google

In an effort to reduce what Amazon is calling "sign-in friction," the company has launched their own login system for third-party developers, and they're calling it "Login with Amazon," simply enough. The new service will compete with the likes of Facebook and Google, who have their own login services for third-party apps as well.

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Evernote reminders come to iOS, Mac, and the web

Evernote reminders come to iOS, Mac, and the web

What's apparently Evernote's "most-requested feature" is now available on the company's note-taking app for iOS, Mac, and the web. The app has been updated to include reminders that give you the ability to notify yourself of a note that you posted in Evernote, making sure that you don't forget about it at a later time.

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Lucasfilm registers pack of new Star Wars domains

Lucasfilm registers pack of new Star Wars domains

Just a couple days ago, Electronic Arts signed a deal with Disney that would see the video game publisher obtain exclusive rights to the Star Wars video game franchise, which pretty much confirms that new Star Wars titles will be incoming at some point. Today, it has been discovered that Lucasfilm has registered a slew of domain names that are possible ideas for future game installments.

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Omaha, Nebraska to receive gigabit internet from CenturyLink

Omaha, Nebraska to receive gigabit internet from CenturyLink

While Google is expanding its Fiber internet service to Austin, Texas and Provo, Utah, that doesn't mean other cities can't join in on the fun. Omaha, Nebraska is getting its own gigabit internet without the help from Google, thanks to internet service provider CenturyLink, who will be updating its current fiber optics platform to provide higher speeds.

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