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Is the Apple Watch vulnerable to theft?
Google Tracker (I/O edition), Android M, Chromecast 2, and lots more.
GTasks, Wunderlist, Any.do, Layout.
Cortana on iOS and Android, and Salesforce turns down $55 billion from MS.
NPR's Elise Hu joins us to talk about Japan's Start-up scene.
Andrew Dixon, Gert Franz, and Lucee: a dynamic scripting language for the JVM.
iPhones crash and reboot when a specific string of text is received.
Google IO predictions, Periscope for Android, and a a packed round table session.
Routers with a USB port could be vulnerable to attack because of a NetUSB bug.
Mashable's Jason Abbruzzese talks Charter/TWC merger
HP and webOS, developer fate, beyond Flash, Boy Genius, the end of the PC era, and more.
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