11 Stories You Need To Know Today

Nokia to release its first Android phone, Colorado tracks its marijuana and Taco Bell offers mobile ordering.

Seattle natives protest against tech buses, akin to the outcry occurring in San Francisco. The New York Times

Radiator Labs’ device turns ordinary radiators into smartphone-controlled climate systems. TechCrunch

Barbie is set to pose in this year’s Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. Advertising Age

Business review site Yelp changes its interface to emphasizes local content. Yelp Official Blog

Startup Stripe now works in 130 different countries, but the company looks to continue expanding. Gigaom

GitHub encourages schools and university to collaborate on coding education. The Next Web

Radio frequency identification tags will be used to track marijuana in Colorado. Mashable

‘Flappy Bird’ creator says he pulled the viral game because it was addictive. Kotaku

Nokia will be releasing it’s first Android-enabled smartphone. The Wall Street Journal

Digital payment system Square teams up with Whole Foods for iPad registers. Fast Company

Taco Bell to offer mobile ordering nationwide through their smartphone app. Nation’s Restaurant News

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