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Samsung to release their version of Google Glass, Facebook maintains international users, a newsstand that accepts Bitcoins, and more.

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Pinterest replaces email as the third most popular way to share content. Wired UK

Volkswagen UK and Digital Cinema Media set to launch localtion-targeted advertising for cinema screens. The Drum

Makerbot owner Stratasys launches a multi-material color 3D printer. Wired UK

Samsung may release their Google Glass competitor as early as September. VentureBeat

Tesla Superchargers now service the electric car consumers coast to coast in the U.S. Engadget

Ad agencies on average allot 32% of budgets to Internet ads as traditional media ads plummet. CNBC

7-11 attempts to gain favor in New York by offering additional services. Crain’s New York Business

New York newsstand accepts Bitcoins instead of credit cards. Gothamist

Google acquires British artificial intelligence firm Deepmind. The Guardian

Facebook may by in decline in the west, but it holds it’s popularity abroad. The Next Web

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