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Om Malik doesn't give a shit if people don't invite him to parties
honestly, I think it's pathetic the way you use "shit" in headlines so often. You think it makes you look edgy, except that you're not, and most of yo...
Gary Nev - 47s ago
Now you can chat even without an internet connection. Sort of
Interesting news ... I actually use RakEM and it has device-to-device direct technology that will automatically use the "WiFi Direct" if it is availab...
JJ Secure - 39m ago
Who do you want to see on Tech in Asia's AMA?
Thanks for asking! Great job with the AMAs so far, we've been hearing a lot from VCs and software founders lately. Would love to hear from some hardwa...
Min Lin - 1h ago
An Amazon for cooperatives solves almost every single ecommerce hiccup
You got to do that manually I guess? It's not easy to deal with EC and payment at the same time. But I salute your ambitious act.
Ray Otempo - 2h ago
She was the world’s first Muslim woman in space. Now she’s helping bring more people online
Upvote this :)
Maria Ruth Arga - 4h ago