This week's headlines from across Inside Network

This week's headlines from across Inside Network

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New A roundup of all the news Inside Network brought you between Oct. 22 and 28. Inside Mobile Apps Tracking the convergence of mobile apps, social platforms and virtual goods. Monday, Oct. 22 Monster-catching for grown-ups in Monster Quest Telerik’s Icenium tool aims to simplify cross-platform mobile development Borderlands Legends revealed...
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Anonymous takes aim at Zynga

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New The hacker group says layoffs at Zynga will lead to the "end of the US game market as we know it" as jobs get shipped overseas, and it vows to take action. [Read more]...
Anonymous takes aim at Zynga

Android tablets gaining market share, iPad still tops

www.electronista.com
New Android tablets made a considerable leap in terms of market share last quarter, according to Strategy Analytics. The research firm saw the tablet sector growing compared to the same quarter last year, with Apple's iPad still in the overwhelming lead over any individual competitor. Android-based tablets, though, collectively lopped eight...
Android tablets gaining market share, iPad still tops

Iterations: "It's Delicate, But Potent"

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New Editor’s Note: Semil Shah is an EIR with Javelin Venture Partners and has been an official contributor to TechCrunch since January 2011. You can follow him on Twitter at @semil. Every now and then, I’ll get sucked into the distracting, immersive, emotional habit of flipping through pictures online. Rifling through...
Iterations: "It's Delicate, But Potent"

Stormy Weather: D: Dive Into Mobile Postponed Due to Hurricane Sandy

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New It is with great regret that we have to announce that, due to Hurricane Sandy, we are postponing our D: Dive Into Mobile conference, which had been set for tomorrow and Tuesday in New York City. It will be held at a later date to be determined at a...
Stormy Weather: D: Dive Into Mobile Postponed Due to Hurricane Sandy

Typographic inspiration: Creating a font from flowers

thenextweb.com
New It’s no secret that we’re big fans of experimental typography here at TNW, and this “flower alphabet,” created by Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) junior Anne Lee, is no exception. Crafted by hand and photographed in her apartment, take a look below at Lee’s completed typeface, followed by progress shots that...
Typographic inspiration: Creating a font from flowers

The Article That Predicted the New York Subway Storm Surge Problem

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New Sandy may flood New York's transportation system. Meet the Columbia risk researcher who told us this could happen last month.If you would like to see the definition of prescience, take a look at this New York Times article from September by Mireya Navarro. She quotes Columbia's Klaus Jacob essentially predicting...
The Article That Predicted the New York Subway Storm Surge Problem
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Your Home Security Camera Will One Day Catch Crooks Before They Break In

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New Imagine if your home security system could sound the alarm a few minutes before bandits broke in. That's what researchers at Carnegie Mellon are working on with their new Mind's Eye program, reports Phys.org. They are developing software that not only records what people are doing, but can predict what...
Your Home Security Camera Will One Day Catch Crooks Before They Break In

TNW at Dublin Web Summit: Supporting women's careers with The Levo League

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New At the Dublin Web Summit, TNW was chatting with extraordinary business people pursuing ideas that can not only earn money, but also help others. The Levo League is a network where professional women can help each other out to pursue the career they want or advise on different paths that...
TNW at Dublin Web Summit: Supporting women's careers with The Levo League
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