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Tuesday, December 1, 2015


Samsung replaces its smartphone chief

49 minutes ago - Engadget
Samsung Mobile's top execs held on for a while during the company's troubled time with smartphones, but it's apparently been long enough. JK Shin, in addition to another co-CEO, (Samsung's exec lineup is a... multi-layered one), will withdraw from da by Mat Smith

Hipchat-Maker Atlassian Sets Share Prices For Its IPO

1 hour 20 minutes ago - Techcrunch
 Enterprise software company Atlassian, which filed a month ago to go public on NASDAQ, has disclosed how much its shares will cost. In a SEC filing, the company said its 20 million shares will be priced between $16.50 to $18.50. Read More by Catherine Shu

Food Discovery Service Burpple Eats Up $6M To Expand In Asia

2 hours 13 minutes ago - Techcrunch
 Food discovery service Burpple is savoring the taste of cash today after the Singapore-based company landed a $6 million Series A round from Tembusu Partners, Singapore Press Holdings’ Media Fund and Triumph Capital. Read More by Jon Russell

Leading Indian Classifieds Site Quikr In Talks To Acquire Real-Estate Portal Commonfloor

1 hour 57 minutes ago - Techcrunch
 Quikr, which claims to be India’s largest classifieds site, is in talks to acquire Commonfloor, a property listings portal. A source says the deal will be worth roughly $200 million and help Quikr build its real-estate listings vertical into an industry leader. Read More by Catherine Shu

Massive 'GTA V' mod adds way more than 4K textures

2 hours 11 minutes ago - Engadget
Grand Theft Auto V got a pretty major overhaul when it made the jump from last-gen hardware to PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One last year, but that leap's got nothing on a new user mod that takes the stick-up simulator into ultra high-definition. "The by Timothy J. Seppala

Google will retire Chrome support for 32-bit Linux, Ubuntu Precise, and Debian 7 in March 2016

3 hours 1 minute ago - Venture Beat
Google today announced it is ending Chrome support for 32-bit Linux, Ubuntu Precise (12.04), and Debian 7 (wheezy) in early March 2016. The company didn’t elaborate a reason aside from saying the move would help “to provide the best experience for the most-used Linux versions.” This means Google will provide regular Chrome updates and securit... by Emil Protalinski

Samsung’s Struggling Mobile Business Has A New Leader

3 hours 2 minutes ago - Techcrunch
 As its smartphone sales continue to lag behind competitors, Samsung Electronics announced today that it will reshuffle the leadership of its mobile division. J.K. Shin will no longer be in control of its day-to-day operations and instead hand that responsibility over to Dongjin Koh. Read More by Catherine Shu

Google’s data saver mode in Chrome for Android will now save up to 70%

3 hours 53 minutes ago - Venture Beat
Google announced on Monday that it’s updated the data saver mode in Chrome for Android to save up to 70 percent of data when browsing web pages. Users in India and Indonesia (two huge emerging markets for mobile, and Android specifically) will be the first to receive the new feature, with it rolling out to other countries in the coming months... by Michael de Waal-Montgomery

Adobe Photoshop update brings custom toolbars and artboards

4 hours 11 minutes ago - Engadget
Before the sun sets on 2015, Adobe has another round of updates for its Creative Cloud software. The new features span a number of apps, but we'll focus on Photoshop CC. To boost overall productivity, and to save you time and a few headaches, Adobe i by Billy Steele

Explore the surfaces of planets in 'Elite: Dangerous' beta

Yesterday - Engadget
The expansion pack for Elite: Dangerous, the one that lets you go planetside and explore the surface of places like Europa, is out now. Sort of. The Horizons Planetary Landings beta, teased in a video released last week, does exactly what it says ass by Steve Dent

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