Bizarre glitch is transforming Pokemon after they're caught in 'Pokemon GO'

There’s no question that the “Pokemon GO” servers have been significantly more stable ever since Niantic released its highly controversial update over the weekend, but the developers appears to have created a bizarre glitch as well.

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Apple publishes first comprehensive list of CarPlay-compatible vehicles

Article Image Having finally accumulated a large enough stable of partners for the platform, Apple on Monday published an official list of current and (some) future vehicles compatible with CarPlay.

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Apple reportedly in talks to build $1.7B plant in partnership with Japan Display

Apple may soon secure a more stable source for small to medium sized device displays, as the company is said to be in talks with Japan Display on the buildout of a $1.7 billion manufacturing plant.



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64-bit Chrome finally available to download: Faster, more secure, twice as stable

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At long last, Google has released a stable 64-bit version of Chrome for Windows. It’s faster, more secure, and more stable. Some tasks, such as decoding HD video on YouTube, are 15% faster under the 64-bit version of Chrome. The only major caveat seems to be a lack of support for 32-bit NPAPI plug-ins — Silverlight and Java, and lots of lesser-known plug-ins, won’t work on 64-bit Chrome. That’s a small price to pay for increased speed, security, and twice the stability of 32-bit Chrome, though.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/188741-64-bit-chrome-finally-available-to-download-faster-more-secure-twice-as-stable

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NASA moving ahead with asteroid-capture plan, wants to grab one in 2019

NASA’s ambitious plan to capture an asteroid and put it in a stable orbit around the moon for later exploration is moving forward, with the space agency recently offering an update on how the project is progressing. 

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2014/06/23/nasa-moving-ahead-with-asteroid-capture-plan-wants-to-grab-one-in-201/

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Hachette Banished to Amazon's Woodshed


Hachette — whose stable of best-selling authors includes J.K. Rowling and James Patterson — remains at loggerheads with Amazon over renewal of a book distribution deal between the two. The stalemate has slowed the flow of books from the publisher to the online retailer to a crawl. Negotiations have been going on for more than a month, but it’s only in recent days that the snag between the companies has come to light. The first signs of trouble were slow restocking times at Amazon.

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