No Data Connection? No Problem: Use Pangea
Billions of people still don't have mobile data connectivity; Pangea, which presented onstage at Disrupt NY by three romanians IT, Vlad Iuhas, Radu Iuhas și Sebastian Presecan, offered a solution
Slashdot
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Linuxfr
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Attrition (website)
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Search Engine Watch
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Memeburn
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ChileHardware
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GameCrush
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TechSpot
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PC Supporters
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Ars Technica
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MacMinute
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Zophar's Domain
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Jon Katz
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RAVe Publications
rAVe [Publications] is a digital news organization that covers the audiovisual industry – both commercial and residential. rAVe, originally Kayye Consulting Inc., was founded in 1998 by Gary Kayye. Th...
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Street Tech
Street Tech is a personal technology review website founded by the writer, editor, and media critic Gareth Branwyn. Street Tech apparently uses the Slashdot software. In addition to occasional writi...
Paul Miller (American journalist)
Paul Miller is an American technology journalist from Springfield, Missouri. A former editor of Engadget, he left in 2011 to become a senior editor at The Verge.Miller is a Christian as he has stated ...
Joshua Topolsky
Joshua Ryan Topolsky (born October 19, 1977) is an American technology journalist. He is also a record producer, drummer, and DJ under the stage name Joshua Ryan. Topolsky was the co-founder and edito...
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Javablackbelt
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Cryptome
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The Next Web
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My Girlfriend's a Geek
My Girlfriend's a Geek (腐女子彼女。, Fujoshi Kanojo.) is a Japanese light novel series in two volumes by Pentabu based on a popular blog of the same name with 11 million pageviews. A manga adaptati...
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WinRumors
WinRumors was a website which was updated daily with news, rumors and reports about Microsoft and its products. The site was established in October 2010 by the site author, Tom Warren.In 2011, WinRumo...
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Phys.org
Phys.org is a science, research and technology news website specializing in the hard science subjects of physics, space and earth science, biology, chemistry, electronics, nanotechnology and technolog...
PandoDaily
PandoDaily is a web publication that offers technology news, analysis, and commentary, with a focus on Silicon Valley and startup companies. It billed itself at launch as "the site of record for Silic...