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PCMag

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Tools

Startup Toolkit: September 2016

This month's roundup of the best hardware, software and services for your startup.
Google

The Definitive List of Google Search Easter Eggs

There are all sorts of little pranks hidden throughout the greater Google-verse.
Twitter

Twitter Wants You to Make Money From Videos

Ads will soon roll before some videos on the microblogging site, with part of the revenue going to the uploader.
Self-Driving Cars

This Startup Aims to Make Sure Driverless Cars Don't Run You Over

Drive.ai's digital signs will let pedestrians know when it's safe to cross in front of the car.
Dogs

Shhh, Your Dog Actually Understands You

Research finds that dogs and humans have similar neural networks for understanding speech.
Hacks

Sri Lankan Student Hacks President's Website to Delay Exam

That's one way to get out of a test.
Inventions

Laptop Visionary John Ellenby Dies

John Ellenby's Grid delivered what is widely viewed as one of the first laptop computers, the Compass.
Mark Zuckerberg

In Italy, Zuckerberg Talks Disaster Assistance and His Robot Butler

The Facebook CEO is eager to help people mark themselves as safe and show off his automated home.
Facebook

Fake News Story Invades Facebook Trending Topics

The story popped up days after Facebook announced it would no longer use editors to curate trending news.
Robots

Robot Babies Do Not Curb Teen Pregnancy

It turns out giving a teen a robot baby for two days does not deter them from getting pregnant.
Dropbox

Using an Old Dropbox Password? Time for a Update.

Dropbox is ensuring that a batch of leaked login credentials don't affect your account security.