Spritz Seedlings with Water to Avoid Ruining Them

When you’re starting your garden, you have a lot to think about. Before you do anything else, get the seedlings going indoors. The Seven Easiest Vegetables to Grow for Beginner Gardeners The Seven Easiest Vegetables to Grow for Beginner Gardeners The Seven Easiest Vegetables to Grow for Beginner You don’t need a green thumb to […]

The Equalizer Desktop

Flickr user Elizabeth has a great-looking desktop that puts her music front and center. Plus, it’s really easy to set up. Here’s how she did it. This desktop may look complex, but it’s really a single skin and a solid wallpaper. Here’s what you’ll need to make this your own: The wallpaper The Rainmeter system […]

Buzzfeed launches its first experimental app which naturally is about cute animals

Buzzfeed is going all in with experimental apps. After acquiring GoPop last week, its launching its first experimental app. As expected, it’s so full of cute animals, your heart may burst. Available today, the Cute or Not app for iOS is a mix of the old Hot or Not site and Tinder. You’re presented with a […]

You could own RadioShack’s name if you have a spare $20 million

A report today on Bloomberg Business detailed Radioshack’s plans to sell off its name separately from its assets, with a $20 million opening bid. As part of the sell-off, Radioshack will put up for sale its trademarks and other intellectual property. The opportunity to purchase the RadioShack name was announced today in bankruptcy court. With the […]

Soviet propaganda art book features pull-out posters that you can hang on the wall

The Russians may have lost the Cold War, but one thing that will never die is the art that talented illustrators created during the era that spanned roughly 1917 to 1985 — from the overthrow of the monarchy through the emergence of glasnost and perestroika. Bold graphic design from the 20th century Communist era was often used as a call for action with a targeted […]

Digg launches Digg TV Mode to keep you from getting your work done

After relaunching as an editorial curation site, Digg has been searching the edges of the Internet to surface entertaining or important videos. Today, it’s making it easier to lean back and enjoy those videos. Digg TV (currently in beta) is a full-screen video viewing experience that lets you sit, relax and peruse the site’s curated videos. If watching only […]

SwipeMy.Pics Web-based Instagram viewer focuses your eyes on the image

Instagram is cool, but its interface can quickly devolve into a cluttered mess of ads, likes, comments, hashtags and captions. If all you want to do is concentrate on the pictures, you’ll have to find another way. ACNE, a marketing and communications company, aims to create the go-to platform for Instagram joy with SwipeMy.Pics, a new Web app launched […]

Kickstarter Says Today’s 2-Hour Long Outage Wasn’t Pebble’s Fault

Kickstarter says that the roughly two-hour long outage that took place today was unrelated to the massive traffic sent to its service by those backing the Pebble smartwatch’s latest, and now record-breaking, campaign. According to a company spokesperson, it was only a coincidence that the Kickstarter website went down today, even though yesterday was one of the company’s […]

Y Combinator-Backed Bright Aims To Bring Solar Power To Mexico

Jonah Greenberger envisions Mexico’s rooftops covered in cost-effective, environmentally friendly, dark blue solar panels. The 28-year-old founder of Y Combinator-backed solar power startup Bright left his job working in fossil fuels at Chevron to work on lowering exorbitant energy costs for the people of Mexico. “The third world pays the most for electricity. Mexico has the most […]

Congress Snipes And Gripes On Eve Of Net Neutrality Vote

It’s net neutrality eve, putting both Washington and Silicon Valley on collective edge. To some extent. In service to you, I awoke early this morning so that I could tune into a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on the issue of net neutrality. However, the discourse was so dull, containing as far as I could tell the […]

On-Demand Valet Startup Luxe Picks Up $20M From Redpoint And Venrock

On-demand valet startup Luxe is only a few months old, but it’s gaining significant early traction with customers. That in turn has attracted significant interest from investors, we’re told. Less than six months after its official launch last October, sources say the company has raised a $20 million Series A round of financing that is […]

Google Builds An AI That Can Learn And Master Video Games

Google has built an artificial intelligence system that can learn – and become amazing at – video games all on its own, given no commands but a simple instruction to play titles. The project, detailed by Bloomberg, is the result of research from the London-based DeepMind AI startup Google acquired in a deal last year, […]

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