With Hykoo, You Can Combine Video And Text To Create 12-Second Short Films

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Hykoo Despite all the mobile video apps out there, Gary Krieg said there’s still something missing — a need he’s trying to fill with his new app Hykoo. See, Vine has created its own set of stars, and Meerkat and Periscope offer new platforms for livestreaming, but Krieg pitched Hykoo as an attempt to build an Instagram for video (which, yes, Instagram itself is also doing ).… Read More

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 EvilAP Defender – Detect Evil Twin Attacks

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EvilAP_Defender is an application that helps wireless network administrators to discover and prevent Evil Access Points (AP) from attacking wireless users. The application can be run in regular intervals to protect your wireless network and detect Evil Twin attacks. By configuring the tool you can get notifications sent to your email whenever an…

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 A Conversation With DemocracyOS, The YC Non-Profit That Built A Latin American Political Party

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democracyos One of the stranger things that Y Combinator has supported — among the many more interesting things they’ve started to back like prosthetic legs, macrobiotic research and Uber-for-marijuana startups — is a non-profit that built an entire political party in Buenos Aires, Argentina. DemocracyOS is a software platform that allows regular voters to debate and forward policy ideas.… Read More

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 Trio Lets You Mash Up Your Own Media With GIFs, Vines, Music And More

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trio If you spend entirely too much time creating, searching for and sharing the best GIFs and Vines with your friends, then you might get a kick out of a new mobile application called Trio. The app allows you to mash up media in order to create unique “remixes” that combine photos, videos, GIFs and music pulled from a variety of public sources, as well as from your own Camera… Read More

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 Snapchat Is Paying Ex-Apple Exec Scott Forstall 0.11% To Be An Advisor

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Snapchat Forstall A leaked email from the Sony Pictures hack indicates Snapchat set aside .11% of its stock for former Apple head of iOS Scott Forstall to be an advisor. Michael Lynton, Sony Pictures’ CEO, is a Snapchat board member, so when his email was stolen by hackers protesting the release of The Interview, sensitive Snapchat information came to light. WikiLeaks recently made those emails easier… Read More

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