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YouTube Adds Boon for Gamers: Live Streams at 60fps

blogs.wsj.com — Google's YouTube put another arrow in its quiver in its fight against game-streaming services like Amazon.com's Twitch. It will now allow for live video streams that run at a high rate of 60 frames per second, double its prior limit of 30 fps. Last fall, YouTube began allowing videos that play at 60fps.

Google Is Taking Its Self-Driving Cars to the Open Road

blogs.wsj.com — Google's self-driving cars are leaving the campus behind and turning on to public roads. In a blog post Friday morning, Google said several of prototype vehicles this summer will drive around the streets of Mountain View, Calif., where the company's headquarters is located.

You’ve Still Got Mail: Vestiges of AOL That Live On

blogs.wsj.com — AOL once held immeasurable sway-its catchphrase was the name of a movie -over how people accessed and used the Internet. Before Facebook tried to create something of a second, separate Internet, AOL had one. You dialed in and engaged in any number of activities such as email, games, chat boards and quizzes.

Apple Watch does have a tattoo problem

Apple Watch Does Have a Tattoo Problem

blogs.wsj.com — A support page on Apple's website confirmed that some tattoos can disrupt the Apple Watch heart-rate sensor. Reports surfaced in recent days that the Apple Watch ran into trouble for some users whose wrists had tattoos. On Apple's website, a page dedicated to monitoring heart rate cites several factors, such as motion and blood flow, that can disrupt the reading.

Brace Yourself: Microsoft Wants to Guess How Old You Are

blogs.wsj.com — Like a distant relative who makes you feel bad at the annual holiday get together, Microsoft has created a website that analyzes a photo of a person's face and guesses in seconds how old the subject is. It's quite cool, and terribly offensive in the best way possible.

Twitter’s Q1 Earnings and Call With Analysts - Live Blog

blogs.wsj.com — Twitter's call with analysts should be a good one. The company's results slipped out an hour before the market closed, and the stock took a beating before the final bell sounded. We're live-blogging the call.

Apple’s Q2 Earnings and Call With Analysts - Live Blog

blogs.wsj.com — Apple's earnings for the quarter ending in March are under the microscope Monday. Apple Pay and the Apple Watch got the lion's share of news headlines in the second quarter, but iPhone sales are the company's bread and butter.

Google’s Q1 Earnings and Call With Analysts - Live Blog

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Facebook’s First-Quarter Earnings and Analyst Call - Live Blog

blogs.wsj.com — Another area to pay attention to that is of particular concern to Wall Street: expenses. CEO Mark Zuckerberg said a few quarters ago that investors were just going to have to get used to the fact that Facebook is a big spender right now.
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May 26, 2015

RT @NickTimiraos: How John Nash's work on the nature of negotiation and strategy shaped modern economics on.wsj.com/1FaUKMa pic.twitter.com/NTfvFbCqx2

May 25, 2015

@HeyHeyESJ This season is sharp. Several laugh out loud moments last night.

May 22, 2015

Saudi women get to drive, but only in a post-apocalyptic videogame. Another good one from @saraheneedleman. wsj.com/articles/saudi…

May 21, 2015

RT @WSJD: Larger phones are kind on straining eyes. They also help with ad sales on.wsj.com/1Hx6Thg

May 21, 2015

RT @ShaliniWSJ: In calls w/cable CEOs, FCC's Wheeler said just cuz regulators leaned against Comcast-TWC, not all deals are off table on.wsj.com/1ejbolX

May 21, 2015

@JoannaStern @fmanjoo you should both test together to keep each other honest. Same vehicle.

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