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Boston Marathon bombs meant to act as ‘homemade claymore,’ sources say – and more links to check out

April 17, 2013

So let’s not wait any more, here are the links:

  • Silicon Valley‘s hardware renaissance is stalling – “Silicon Valley’s hardware renaissance is stalling By JP Mangalindan, WriterApril 12, 2013: 1:52 PM ETMuch has been made of the rebirth of consumer hardware startups” – [tech.fortune.cnn.com]
  • Google Inc. (GOOG) would be pleased to know that the officers are using inexpensive Android (operating system) smartphones for the trial deployment of the new app effort” – [NYPD Puts Android Smartphone App to Use Fighting Crime – www.dailytech.com]
  • Dungeon Hunter 4 arrives in the Google Play Store – “I’m talking about Dungeon Hunter 4, of course, and it’s now available in the Google Play Store” – [phandroid.com]
  • “The Eye Tribe launches its eye control technology for Android with developer SDK coming in June – The Eye Tribe has announced the official launch of its eye control technology for Android smartphones and tablets and the upcoming release of a developer SDK” – [thenextweb.com]
  • “An image from a bulletin issued to law enforcement and obtained by The Associated Press shows the remains of a pressure cooker that the FBI says was part of one of the bombs that exploded during the Boston Marathon. By Richard Esposito, Pete Williams and Bill DedmanNBC NewsBOSTON – The deadly explosions at the Boston Marathon were caused by pressure cooker bombs placed to act like a “homemade claymore,” a powerful, directional anti-personnel device, sources involved in the investigation told NBC News on Tuesday” – [Boston Marathon bombs meant to act as ‘homemade claymore,’ sources say – openchannel.nbcnews.com]
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