Monday Morning Links Serving: The October 24th Edition


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-Dropbox: The $4 billion company that said no to Steve Jobs
The elegantly designed file-sharing service has been anointed the hot startup of the moment, but iCloud is out to get it.

-How to Get the Best Features of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Now
With the right mix of apps, tweaks, and even a custom ROM or two, you can get a lot of what promises to Ice Cream Sandwich great right now.

-Future Touchscreens Could Know Exactly What Touched Them
While certainly impressive technology, modern touchscreens are still kind of limited in that they only really know where on the display they’ve been touched. So researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are hoping to advance their capabilities with a new system that can tell exactly what they’ve been touched with.

-5 Great Hidden Google Search Tips That You Should Know About
There are many things that you can do with Google search, for instance, check sites for malware, read articles without paying, search photos by region and lock safe search to keep kids from ever seeing explicit content.

-German Pirate Party Riding the Wave of Success
This week the German Pirate Party reached an impressive milestone as it hit double digits in the polls for the national elections. With one in ten Germans embracing the ideas of the young party, the Pirates are on course to gain serious influence in one of the world’s major political arenas.







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