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Last week on Pro: content personalization and the future of shopping

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New This week, the content and digital publish space got a bit more exciting, with the news that NYC-based incubator and investor Betaworks acquired Instapaper. Over on GigaOM Pro, our analysts have  also been watching the content personalization landscape, and our latest Sector RoadMap (published in conjunction with paidContent Live) scrutinizes...
Last week on Pro: content personalization and the future of shopping
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Samsung Australian Galaxy S4 launch plagued by delays

www.electronista.com
New Samsung's Australian Galaxy S4 launch has been hit by shipping delays. The Korean tech giant put on a glitzy launch in Sydney on Wednesday, even lighting up the Opera House to celebrate the occasion. Although the launch event was held just a few days before its promised arrival in stores...
Samsung Australian Galaxy S4 launch plagued by delays

Vermount Telephone Company's gigabit internet service is live, half the price of Google Fiber

www.engadget.com
New Remember how Google Fiber's recent announcement for planned service in Austin by 2014 spurred immediate competition from AT&T? It's safe to say telcos in other areas have taken note about the gigabit speeds and roughly $70 montly pricing, too. According to a Wall Street Journal Digits blog post, Vermont...
Vermount Telephone Company's gigabit internet service is live, half the price of Google Fiber

What 14 Now-Popular Websites Used To Look Like

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New What did LinkedIn look like the first time you visited the site in 2003? How'd The New York Times' homepage look back in 1996? We found the earliest versions of some of the most visited websites today, like Facebook, Google, and The Huffington Post. Here's what the sites looked like...
What 14 Now-Popular Websites Used To Look Like
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Pirates Debut Super-Smooth Video Torrents

torrentfreak.com
New Frame rate is a term used to describe the frequency that a device is able to capture or replay consecutive images required for the creation of moving video. If each image was played back, say, once per second, the viewer would see a series of static images, but by presenting...
Pirates Debut Super-Smooth Video Torrents

Meet The CEO Who Lived In A Taco Bell Parking Lot And Now Runs A Cool New Startup

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New AnyPerk CEO Taro Fukuyama made a major decision in August 2011. He and his co-founders decided to leave Japan to seek investment for their dating startup, Mieple.  Their first stop: Silicon Valley. "I felt like if you come to Silicon Valley, you can raise any money you want," Fukuyama tells...
Meet The CEO Who Lived In A Taco Bell Parking Lot And Now Runs A Cool New Startup
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The world doesn't 'get' Japan and Kei Shimada wants to change that

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We didn’t have a ‘best ears’ competition at The Next Web Conference Europe 2013, but if we did, Kei Shimada would have won. Shimada is director of business development at Japanese advertising and PR giant Dentsu. He thinks the world doesn’t know enough about the technological advances coming out of Japan...
The world doesn't 'get' Japan and Kei Shimada wants to change that
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