Lenovo ThinkPad 8 review (from TheVerge)

Windows 8.1 is in the throes of an identity crisis. The operating system meant to usher in the future of computing found itself mired in the present, installed on laptops and desktops where its hyper-connected, touch-friendly interface didn’t fit quite so well. Microsoft has steadily added back features it once removed, tweaking the operating system…

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YOUTUBE USING 200 ‘SUPER FLAGGERS’ TO HUNT DOWN OFFENDING CONTENT (from Mashable)

With 100 hours of video uploaded to YouTube every minute, it’s impossible for the site’s employees to keep tabs on the mass of content continuously pouring in. While most of it is innocuous enough, some prohibited material slips through the net, including pornography, gratuitous violence, and abuse of various forms. Full Article: http://www.digitaltrends.com/web/youtube-using-200-super-flaggers-to-hunt-down-offending-content/#!AphGs  

How would you change the original Surface? (from Engadget)

At the tail-end of 2012, Microsoft launched the Surface with Windows RT, a gorgeous, homegrown tablet that was meant to be a productivity-focused alternative to the iPad and Android tablets. Full Article: http://www.engadget.com/2014/03/16/hwyc-surface-rt/?ncid=rss_truncated&utm_campaign=sf

Pocket Drone Ends Its Crowdfunding Campaign Just Shy Of $1 Million In Pledges (from TechCrunch)

The AirDroids Pocket Drone is a soaring success. Keep reading for more bad puns. The Hardware Battlefield contestant’s Kickstarter campaign just ended with the company raking in over 2,000 preorders for the Pocket Drone. The campaign ended with $929,212 in pledges, becoming the most popular drone project on Kickstarter. Timothy Reuter, president and co-founder of AirDroids, tells me the company is…