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jing

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TechSmith's screencast service Jing goes pro

TechSmith's Jing project graduates from its beta phase to a full paid product. $15 a year gets you enhanced video quality, no watermarks and exporting to YouTube.

By Jan. 6, 2009

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uTipu's new screencasting tool takes on TechSmith's Jing Project

Cast your screen with uTipu, a new screencasting tool.

By Jan. 17, 2008

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Screen grabs and screencasts made easy, with Jing

Need to grab some images or videos from your PC? Check out Jing.

By Jul. 18, 2007

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Pinterest purchases image-recognition company to improve search

The company has pinned down the assets of VisualGraph and is starting a new visual-discovery team.

By Jan. 6, 2014

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Serious security flaw in OAuth, OpenID discovered

Attackers can use the "Covert Redirect" vulnerability in both open-source log-in systems to steal your data and redirect you to unsafe sites.

By May. 2, 2014

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Chinese crew docks with prototype lab module

In another step toward learning how to build a space station, Chinese astronauts successfully docked with a prototype lab module after an automated approach.

By Jun. 18, 2012

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Chinese crew returns to Earth after ambitious test flight

China's fourth manned space flight ended with a jarring touchdown in Inner Mongolia after a successful flight to test docking procedures and techniques needed for building a Mir-class space station later this decade.

By Jun. 28, 2012

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China launches first woman, first manned docking mission

In another deliberate step toward building a space station later this decade, China launched two men and the country's first female astronaut on a flight to dock with a prototype laboratory module.

By Jun. 16, 2012

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Scientists spot 'signature' of physical pain using fMRI

Scientists say that short-term pain in healthy people leaves a distinct neurological trace -- one they were able to catch via fMRI.

By Apr. 11, 2013

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Apple bans Chinese bookstore app over 'illegal content'

The company has pulled a bookstore app in China that featured titles deemed "illegal" by the Chinese government.

By Apr. 4, 2013