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Articles, interviews and more from The Next Web, looking at the people, businesses and strategies shaping the future of the internet and technology.

Articles, interviews and more from The Next Web, looking at the people, businesses and strategies shaping the future of the internet and technology.
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Articles, interviews and more from The Next Web, looking at the people, businesses and strategies shaping the future of the internet and technology.

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Chrome experiment PixelSynth translates your images into (really bad) music

5/13/2016
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PixelSynth, a new Chrome Experiment written in Javascript, allows you to choose from a library of pre-selected images or upload your own to create your own music. I use the term music lightly my creations sounded like I was taking part in a torture experiment but the concept of making music with nothing more than images is still pretty cool. To get started you simply need to choose an image (or upload one), and start experimenting. There are knobs for brightness and contrast both of which...

Amazon launches WorkMail email service for companies

1/28/2015
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As if Amazon doesn’t do everything already, The Wall Street Journal reports today that it’s also getting into providing corporate email service. The new service, named WorkMail, offers email and calendar hosting services aimed to take on Microsoft and...

Nest partners with LG, Whirlpool and 13 more companies to make your home sm

1/5/2015
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Nest is teaming up with more than a dozen new partners to let users connect to and control devices, appliances around the home, reports VentureBeat. Nest made waves selling a Web-enabled thermostat and smoke detector. By expanding its Works with Nest...

The FBI has officially confirmed North Korea’s involvement in the Sony hack

12/19/2014
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That’s it, it’s official: the FBI has now formally accused North Korea of the Sony Hack, following earlier reports of an impending announcement. Here’s the full statement from the FBI: Today, the FBI would like to provide an update on the status of our...

Uber driver allegedly rapes passenger in Boston, company promises increased

12/18/2014
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Only days after an Uber driver was accused of raping a female passenger in New Delhi, India, a similar case of sexual assault has come to light in Boston, where a driver has been arrested for the alleged kidnapping and rape of a customer today, reports...
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