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Airbnb scores legal victory, solar panels soon available from IKEA, and gadgets may cause motion sickness.

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  • 1 october 2013

City of New York will return $2,400 fine to Airbnb host. Fast Company

IKEA plans to offer solar panels to mainstream global market. AP

3D graphics and smartphones can trigger form of motion sickness. The Telegraph

Xbox One’s Kinect sensor understands two people talking at once. The Verge

Facebook woos TV networks with weekly reports tracking show-related chatter. WSJ

Twitter suspends Al Qaeda account after five days. The Drum

Bloomberg-commissioned report says tech now NYC’s second-largest industry. The Verge

Phantom phone vibrations may indicate our devices are changing our brains. NPR

‘TomTato’ plant to produce both tomatoes and potatoes for the UK. BBC News

 

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