Sony ST25i (Xperia U?) sized up against Xperia S in leaked photos
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Big Brands Want Ads On Instagram, But Facebook Is Waiting Until Growth Slows

techcrunch.com
Facebook says that there are no plans for now to add advertising to Instagram, even though advertisers are approaching them, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said today during the company’s Q1 earnings call. But adding ads could end up stunting Instagram’s rapid growth. He said, more than once during the call, that...
Big Brands Want Ads On Instagram, But Facebook Is Waiting Until Growth Slows
LinkedIn jazzes up user profiles with support for photos and videos

LinkedIn Raises Your Profile, Now Lets You Add Photos, Videos, PowerPoints And Comments From Others

techcrunch.com
LinkedIn today announced another upgrade to its site, part of a bigger plan to add more features and reasons for people to hang around on its pages for longer: this time it’s the turn of profile pages, where users will now be able to add more images, videos, resumes, presentations...
LinkedIn Raises Your Profile, Now Lets You Add Photos, Videos, PowerPoints And Comments From Others

LinkedIn Brings Rich Media to Profiles

allthingsd.com
LinkedIn on Wednesday announced it will now allow users to add video and photos to their profile pages, essentially a way to let users create a more visual representation of an online resume. The update will begin rolling out to members of English-speaking countries on Wednesday....
LinkedIn Brings Rich Media to Profiles

Olympus PEN E-P5 mirrorless camera leak suggests 16-megapixel, WiFi flagship

www.engadget.com
Olympus is about to add another branch to your camera-buying decision tree judging by new images and specs that leaked out showing a PEN model teased earlier, the E-P5. The classically shaped Micro Four Thirds flagship was shown in leaked photos along with specs pointing to a 16-megapixel sensor,...
Olympus PEN E-P5 mirrorless camera leak suggests 16-megapixel, WiFi flagship

Path doesn't have a registered user problem, it has a trust problem

gigaom.com
If you’ve read anything about the social network Path over the last year or so, you’d know that it’s an attractive app with some interesting social and design features, but one that has been struggling for years now to get enough users to move it into the big leagues of social networks. Path...
Path doesn't have a registered user problem, it has a trust problem

Path app spamming users' contacts with texts, robocalls

www.engadget.com
The social messaging app Path recently announced that it's gaining a million users each week, but it may be using some spam-like methods to achieve that growth. Several users -- and several Engadget staffers -- have reported that the app has been sending smartphone contacts unwanted text messages, a...
Path app spamming users' contacts with texts, robocalls

Users complain Path sending spam messages to contacts, company says it's a feature not a bug

9to5mac.com
Today a number of reports are flowing in claiming that social network app Path is sending spam messages to people listed in the user’s address book. The issue apparently isn’t new with some Android users on Reddit experiencing the spam a few months back, while a growing number of users...
Users complain Path sending spam messages to contacts, company says it's a feature not a bug

Doxie One makes on-the-go scanning simple

www.pcworld.com
We live in a digital age, but there's still a lot of paper out there to contend with, and it can get messy. Luckily, the Doxie One portable scanner ($149) provides a simple solution for dealing with stacks of receipts, documents, recipes and photos, then saving them to a...
Doxie One makes on-the-go scanning simple
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