Feature Friday: Liking A Checkin

Feature Friday: Liking A Checkin

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New It's feature friday and today I want to talk about our portfolio company Foursquare, which put out a completely redone app this week on iOS and Android. Blackberry is coming shortly. I've got a few simple frameworks for thinking about things. In social media, one of my main ones is...
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Apple Settling On $2.25 Million Sum In Australian "4G" iPad Issues

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New News updates all day from Fast Company.Apple has been under fire from Australian authorities over claims it misled consumers there with information that the new iPad is a "4G" device. While the iPad does support high mobile data rates that are compatible with some definitions of 4G, the chips don't...
Apple Settling On $2.25 Million Sum In Australian "4G" iPad Issues

'Facebook tax' could make web companies pay for usage outside the US

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New Leaked documents purportedly from the ITU reveal that the body is considering a levy on content-heavy services like Facebook and Netflix to pay for the bandwidth they use outside of the US. Tabled by lobbyists representing Europe's biggest cellphone networks, the proposal suggests that Google and others should shoulder...
'Facebook tax' could make web companies pay for usage outside the US

Twitter: Yes, we’ve added photos, hashtags, usernames and more to our Facebook integration

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New Earlier today (or last for those in the western hemisphere) we discovered that Facebook status updates have started to include links for hashtags and usernames. The exact reason behind the change was, at the time, unclear but we’ve since spoken to Twitter and the company confirmed that it has made...
Twitter: Yes, we’ve added photos, hashtags, usernames and more to our Facebook integration

Car review: Subaru XV

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New When it comes to off-roading, Subaru's new compact crossover has no intention of keeping cleanPrice £21,295MPG 50.4Top speed 120mphStaying calm when every fibre of your being wants to be unpleasant is a challenge, but my neighbour James was doing a pretty good job of it. "Thank you, Joe, you've done...
Car review: Subaru XV

Mobile devices bring cloud storage -- and security risks -- to work

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New As the bring-your-own-device trend accelerates, companies are struggling to deal with employees who now use cloud storage services while at work....
Mobile devices bring cloud storage -- and security risks -- to work

Approved Mac OS app boasts 'Retina graphics'

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New As if there wasn't enough speculation already, what with WWDC just around the corner, bets are already being placed on the possibility of "Retina Display" Macs. So, when an app turns up in Mac App store mentioning "Retina graphics" under the new features, eyebrows are understandably going to rise....
Approved Mac OS app boasts 'Retina graphics'

Apps Rush: Tom Loves Angela, HD Widgets 3.0, Evernote Food, MoMA Art Lab, Flirtomatic+ and more

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New What's new on the app stores on Friday 8 June 2012A selection of 17 new and notable apps for you today:Tom Loves AngelaSeveral hundred million downloads later, Outfit7's Talking Friends series continues to go from strength to strength. Its latest app features its main star, Talking Tom Cat, wooing a...
Apps Rush: Tom Loves Angela, HD Widgets 3.0, Evernote Food, MoMA Art Lab, Flirtomatic+ and more

Naval researchers soak up the sun below sea level with special solar cells

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New Have you ever harbored delusions of living in an underwater city inhabited by the likes of Ariel or those aliens from The Abyss? Yeah, well keep dreaming, because this engineering feat won't necessarily lead to that (the fictional mer people part, that is). What it will pave the way...
Naval researchers soak up the sun below sea level with special solar cells

Trust Us, Facebook Ads Do Work: Comscore Study Out Next Week

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New Facebook is understandably unexcited about the “Facebook ads don’t work” meme. They’ll try turning that around next week, armed with a new study from Comscore. The online measurement company put up a brief preview of the report on Thursday, via a blog post. The headline gives you a good idea...
Trust Us, Facebook Ads Do Work: Comscore Study Out Next Week
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