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Writer for @venturebeat, formerly @thenextweb. A misfit among misfits. I hate tpyos. Email: Paul(at)http://venturebeat.com.

Ophan: Inside the Guardian's data-driven newsroom

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Uber blames French woes on poor communication, but it has nothing to do with poor communication

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OnePlus Cardboard virtual reality headset is now open for orders -- and you only pay for shipping

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Microsoft's Worldwide Telescope astronomy software is now an open source project

venturebeat.com — Microsoft has boosted its open source credentials by making the code for its Worldwide Telescope (WWT) software available on GitHub for anyone to use. Microsoft first revealed plans to make WWT freely available under the MIT license back in January, and six months on it is now officially an independent project, as part of the .NET Foundation, a forum established off the back of Microsoft's software framework that went open source last year.

Dropbox could offer more free storage if users improve security on their accounts

venturebeat.com — Cloud-based storage provider Dropbox has revealed that it could start incentivizing its users to improve security on their accounts. The San Francisco-based company currently offers new users 2GB of storage for free, then charges $10 per month for 1TB or $15 per month for unlimited.

'Beauty in a box' startup Birchbox finally launches on Android and gears up to launch globally

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Apple's Beats 1 is a simple concept, but that's what makes it genius

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2 Uber executives arrested in France will stand trial for allowing 'illegal' taxi services

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Cisco acquires cloud security company OpenDNS for $635M

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E.U. will abolish mobile roaming charges by June 2017 and net neutrality will be enshrined in law

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Jul 03, 2015

RT @isaach: today i learned that a snail spent years glued to a card in the british museum before they realized it was alive pic.twitter.com/aSfSUqpDP0

Jul 03, 2015

"Poor communication," a popular pseudo-excuse >> Uber blames French woes on bad communication buff.ly/1LMrdQd pic.twitter.com/RnAasEstdR

Jul 03, 2015

@ScotsFootyCards Man, it's easy to forget "shorts" actually used to be short.

Jul 03, 2015

@ow Yup, a massive advantage. I never took advantage of that pre-kids -- I shoulda just gone and worked in Bali or somewhere for a month.

Jul 03, 2015

@ow I know, was just messin'. Do you plan to make it back home that often?

Jul 03, 2015

@ow Only 11,000 miles though, makes it sound a bit closer.

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