10/12/14: Last Week in Tech, in Tweets!

1. The Philae probe has landed on the surface of a comet. TOUCHDOWN for @Philae2014! #CometLanding pic.twitter.com/ZMBeB8ng3h — ESA Rosetta Mission (@ESA_Rosetta) November 12, 2014 Rosetta's spacecraft successfully lands on comet http://t.co/w4UWyKLt1K — HuffPost Tech (@HuffPostTech) November 12, 2014 2. Augmented reality is now a…reality. Inside the first augmented reality-powered beauty book: http://t.co/5Xac1BhNXL http://t.co/m1lNXLIgca — […]

1. The Philae probe has landed on the surface of a comet.

2. Augmented reality is now a…reality.

3. The battle over Net Neutrality continues to generate controversy.

4. The jig is up for Silkroad 2.0, but a new version of the site is already operational.

5. Microsoft releases Visual Studio 2.0.

6. Beats launches its first pair of headphones since being acquired by Apple.

7. Square has released a new reader for chip-cards as we move towards EMV compliance.

8. Apparently it is not only possible, but relatively easy to legally stream movies online.

9. Ubisoft may be beating a dead horse with Assassin’s Creed, but Dragon Age: Inquisition is awesome!


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