Did PC Sales Just Bounce Off the Bottom? Not Quite.

Did PC Sales Just Bounce Off the Bottom? Not Quite.

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It wasn’t so long ago that if you had asked the folks at the tech research house Gartner about their predictions for PC sales in the first quarter, they would have hit you with a pretty gloomy scenario: Sales, Gartner said, would fall by 1.2 percent. It turns out they...
Did PC Sales Just Bounce Off the Bottom? Not Quite.
                                       

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New A life-size version of the new Monopoly token, via the Today Show’s Instagram. (Photo: Instagram) Today is a triumphant day for cat lovers everywhere, but especially for those who despise ironing. Hasbro’s Facebook stunt, devilishly proposed to distract us from the fact that Monopoly takes for-freakin-ever, has reached a delightful...
Bye Bye Iron: Monopoly Makers Pander to Internet With Introduction of New Cat Token

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New A DigiTimes morning report states that out of Apple's announced iPhone shipments of 47.8 million units in the fourth quarter of 2012, only half of that volume ......
The Value Play iPhone 4S Showed Unexpected Strength in Q4

Activision claim thwarts North Korea

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New A video posted by North Korea is taken offline after games maker Activision makes a copyright claim over use of footage from Call of Duty....
Activision claim thwarts North Korea

These Heatmaps Of Facebook 'Likes' Show The Hidden Connection Between P&G and Bret Michaels (FB)

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New Facebook has 1 billion users, and between them they've created billions more "Likes," indicating stuff they favor or have interacted with. What if you could see all that activity in the form of a series of heatmaps, indicating which fans like what, where they live, and who else they might...
These Heatmaps Of Facebook 'Likes' Show The Hidden Connection Between P&G and Bret Michaels (FB)

Why Windows Phone Will Beat BlackBerry: Apps & Microsoft

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New Windows Phone will succeed because Microsoft simply believes in it. It's a trophy, not a life raft. ReadWrite's Dan Rowinski contends that BlackBerry will remain the No. 3 mobile platform, behind Google's Android and Apple's iOS. Hogwash. At this point, RIM could hand out a free puppy to every American...
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Kids are three clicks away from adult content on YouTube, study says

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New A child watching videos on YouTube is an average of three clicks away from potentially disturbing adult content, according to a recent study released by British digital security firm Kaspersky Lab. The study, released Tuesday to coincide with Europe's Safer Internet Day, looked at popular children's programs and the "related...
Kids are three clicks away from adult content on YouTube, study says

Can Facebook Break Our Google Habit?

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New Social Media Insights is a new daily newsletter from Business Insider that collects and delivers the top social media news first thing every morning. You can sign up to receive Social Media Insights here or at the bottom of this post. Can Facebook Disrupt The Google Habit? (Search Engine Watch)With...
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Apple job posting points to Siri's imminent arrival on OS X

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Apple job posting points to Siri's imminent arrival on OS X

Recruitment giant Monster sells 90% of its stake in ChinaHR to Saongroup for a reported $30m

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New Monster, one of the largest employment websites in the world, has sold the unsettled jobs listing website ChinaHR to IrishJobs.ie for an undisclosed amount. The Irish Examiner has reported today that Saongroup, an international online recruitment business owned by Denis O’Brien and Leslie Buckley, has acquired Monster’s Chinese operation for...
Recruitment giant Monster sells 90% of its stake in ChinaHR to Saongroup for a reported $30m
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