Just like school ... not! TEDYouth is like a TED Conference for high school students, starring a lineup of speakers working at the top of their fields of culture, science, technology and art. You'll hear about scientific discoveries and crazy art projects that will surprise you, make you laugh and blow your mind a little.
TEDYouth will take place on Saturday, November 17, from 1 to 6pm EST, at the Times Center in Manhattan.
Update: Sprint provided the following statement to The Wall Street Journal:
Sprint (NYSE: S) today confirmed that it is currently engaged in discussions with Softbank regarding a potential substantial investment by Softbank in Sprint. Although there can be no assurances that these discussions will result in any transaction or on what terms any transaction may occur, such a transaction could involve a change of control of Sprint.
An eccentric billionaire playboy makes a vow to avenge his father’s death and regrets; he disappears for several years, is declared dead, then miraculously returns from a past that he’s reluctant to talk about. One that leaves him with the skills he needs to avenge, including fluency in Russian, martial arts training, weapons manufacturing and an uncanny ability to fool other people into believing he’s still a playboy.
With Apple's $356 million purchase of mobile security firm AuthenTec, for its nearly 200 patents covering fingerprint and sensor technologies, there has been a lot of talk about how Apple might integrate the technology into future devices. Adding to the rumors are recent reports that Apple signed a deal with Sydney, Australia-based Microlatch to develop NFC apps using its fingerprint authentication tech.
Google+ version 3.2: Google has updated its iOS app for Google+ today with a number of welcomed new features. On top of iPhone and iOS 6 support, the app now allows Google+ page owners to view, post and make comments. Other features include the ability to edit posts and "search for people and posts on iPad."
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U.S. Judge Lucy Koh granted Apple's request for a preliminary injunction against Samsung's Galaxy Nexus smartphone in June, and the decision resulted in the temporary removal of the device from Google Play pending a software fix with Android 4.1. Today, Reuters reported that Apple's U.S. injunction on the Galaxy Nexus has been reversed. TheNextWeb got its hands on the official order: