App Store Launches in 32 New Countries

App Store Launches in 32 New Countries

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New At Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference earlier this month, Tim Cook announced that the App Store would be launching in 32 additional countries this month, bringing the total number of countries with App Store access to 155. As documented in the country-selection page within the iTunes Store, those 32 new markets...
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With rollout of new version next month, Klout CEO wants to ‘get it right’

gigaom.com
New The last time Klout changed its social influence algorithms, the Internet erupted with criticism. But with the upcoming rollout of its next version, it seems the company is planning to tread more carefully. CEO Joe Fernandez told me that starting early July, some groups might start seeing the latest version...
With rollout of new version next month, Klout CEO wants to ‘get it right’

Microsoft developed Surface in an underground bunker

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New Microsoft was able to maintain a high level of secrecy before revealing its new Surface tablets due in part to the fact that the devices appear to have been developed in a literal underground bunker. Speaking with TechRadar, Microsoft hardware executive Stevie Bathiche said the company avoided its usual design...
Microsoft developed Surface in an underground bunker

Twitter's Bad Day: Site-Wide Outages Recall the "Fail Whale" Era

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New After nearly a year without any significant periods of downtime, using Twitter was almost nothing like the early days of being on the service. So when Twitter went down on Thursday morning for a period of more than an hour, it was something of a shock to its regular users....
Twitter's Bad Day: Site-Wide Outages Recall the "Fail Whale" Era

At Google's Annual Meeting, Silence From Larry Page

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New Google's co-founder and chief executive, Larry Page, is generally a man of few words. He had even fewer of them Thursday -- none, to be exact -- when a voice ailment compelled him to skip the company's annual meeting....
At Google's Annual Meeting, Silence From Larry Page

Netstor rolls out Thunderbolt-powered PCIe and storage expansion options for Macs

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New We can sympathize -- your task-master Mac is hurting for PCIe expansion and more storage. Fortunately, Netstor has just announced several new products to boost your computer's ego and add either item via those newly christened Thunderbolt ports. The TurboBox NA211TB will lend three extra PCIe slots to any...
Netstor rolls out Thunderbolt-powered PCIe and storage expansion options for Macs

Texas AG slaps Google with suit over withheld documents

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New The antitrust investigation filed against the Web giant by the state of Texas two years ago is compounded by a new civil lawsuit alleging Google refuses to handover "privileged" documents. [Read more]...
Texas AG slaps Google with suit over withheld documents
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Google unveils app for managing off-site workers

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New Google Maps Coordinate is designed to help dispatchers and others oversee and direct teams of workers in the field. [Read more]...
Google unveils app for managing off-site workers

Don’t Delete Your Stupidity. Fix it. Facebook Rolls Out Comment Editing and Edit History

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New One Less Talking Point For Google+. Facebook is now rolling out the ability to edit comments, but users will be able to see the full edit history of a thread. This is just one more feature that I really liked about Google+, since I could effectively live blog with it,...
Don’t Delete Your Stupidity. Fix it. Facebook Rolls Out Comment Editing and Edit History
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?