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This Week's Tech News, Part 1

Google's Fadell looks for a "way forward" for Glass 2.0
A team at Google is back at work on Google Glass under the leadership of Tony Fadell in the Nest division. "We've decided to go and look at every detail, have no sacred cows and figure out the way forward," Fadell said of the project. More -- ReadWrite

5 Apps to Whip Your Inbox Into Shape
Keeping up with email is an ongoing battle for many people. If your email accounts are a nightmare, these apps and plug-ins do the dirty work of cleaning them up for you. More -- Jill Duffy, PCMag.com

CEO: FreeCast sets up Select TV service in "minutes"
FreeCast is launching an "On-Demand distribution plan" for its Select TV, which pairs the company's over-the-top database with an HDTV antenna that can deliver over-the-air network channels. More -- ipTVnews

HMMM... "If your dog is fat, you aren't getting enough exercise."

This Week's Tech News, Part 2

Critics say Apple drops security ball on smartwatch
Stolen Apple Watches do not enjoy the same security as stolen iPhones, which can be remotely shut down by the rightful owners, Bridget Carey writes. Thieves can instead return the smartwatch to factory settings without a password, a security misstep that critics are questioning. More -- CNET

New Google self-driving car to hit roads this summer
Google will begin rolling out test versions of its second self-driving car prototype this summer, a pod-like two-seater specifically designed to navigate streets mapped by the company. Google will put 25 of the short-range electric vehicles on the road, with as many as 100 planned as it lobbies California's transportation authorities for more flexible guidelines for self-driving vehicles. More -- PhysOrg.com

Oculus: Don’t plan on using a Mac with Rift
If you’re itching to run Oculus Rift when it debuts next year, you may have to buy a pricey new PC. Just make sure it’s neither a Mac nor a laptop. More -- SiliconBeat

HMMM... "I went to San Francisco. I found someone's heart."

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This Week's Tech News, Part 3

Samsung Flow lets users continue activities between screens
Samsung Flow, the company's answer to Apple's Continuity feature, is available on the Google Play Store in a beta version. The feature, available on select Galaxy devices, lets users leave an activity on one device and pick it back up in the same place on another approved device. More -- Ubergizmo.com

Sharp sets sights on next-gen auto displays
Sharp recently debuted high-resolution displays for use in cars, a move the company hopes will bring stability to its bottom line after it faced fierce competition in smartphones, Tim Hornyak writes. Sharp's auto displays will likely sport gesture commands and the ability to give passengers different screen views based on where they are in the vehicle. More -- Computerworld/IDG News Service

Court rules RadioShack brand will go to General Wireless for $26M
General Wireless has been ruled the winner of a two-day auction for RadioShack's name and customer data, buying the brand for $26 million. Wonderland Investment Group of China contested the auction, saying RadioShack halted the auction early, but a bankruptcy judge ruled that RadioShack acted within its rights. More -- The New York Times (tiered subscription model)

HMMM... "They told me I was gullible.... and I believed them."

Tech Tip of The Week

Where should you visit after Graduation? The Internet of course!
For many the time after Graduation means time to get a job.  By going online you can save lots of time and organize the perfect plan to find the perfect job. First thing you will need is a good resume and sites like My Perfect Resume and Resume.com can help you with that. Some sites not only help you with your resume but they also allow you to search for and apply to jobs they have listed like Monster.com which features a free mobile app. Snag a Job and Career Builder.  may have some great listings whether you’re looking for part-time or full-time work or even an employee. USA Today and the US Government have tools available to help you find jobs all over the country. Indeed.com allows you to search job listings from any location as well as post your resume for employers who are looking. If you’re looking on-the-go, check out apps like LinkedIn, GlassDoor and ZipRecruiter. Good luck from your friends at "Into Tomorrow"

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