NYT: Barnes & Noble may be moving away from Nook hardware

NYT: Barnes & Noble may be moving away from Nook hardware

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New Barnes & Noble's hardware division hasn't exactly been glowing recently, and if one New York Times source is to be believed, it'll take more than cute (and charitable) rhymes to keep investors happy. According to the NYT source, company executives want to shift from making Barnes & Noble branded...
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Visual Effects Industry Does a Disappearing Act

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The Oscar for best visual effects on Sunday is widely expected to go to Ang Lee’s “Life of Pi,” which uses a digitally created tiger so realistic that it serves as the main character’s sole companion for most of a journey across the Pacific. But there may not be much...
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Jason Kincaid On The Mythology Of TechCrunch

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I was happily surprised to see Hunter Walk interview Jason Kincaid, one of the first TechCrunch employees. The interview is here and I’m reprinting it below. Jason joined TechCrunch when it was still being run out of my house (before the city of Atherton kicked us out). Even after “retiring”...
Jason Kincaid On The Mythology Of TechCrunch
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Controversial 'six strikes' system allegedly launches Monday

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According to reports, the much-delayed "six strikes" copyright enforcement monitoring system will go live over the next week, with Internet provider Comcast launching on Monday. The Copyright Alert System (CAS), run by the Center for Copyright Information (CCI) has no official launch date, and has been held up by implementation...
Controversial 'six strikes' system allegedly launches Monday

Bell Canada set to launch Novatel's MiFi 2

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Novatel's touchable MiFi 2 -- also known as the MiFi Liberate -- receives a fresh coat of paint in the form of a UI overhaul on its way to Bell Canada's network this March. No word on pricing or an exact date, but this 11-hour-lasting king of all portable...
Bell Canada set to launch Novatel's MiFi 2

Instashare is like AirDrop for iOS, launches on the iPad to make local file sharing painless

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Instashare, a new app which lets you transfer files between your Mac and iPhone, has gained ground lately as an easy tool for moving photos, PDFs, etc across iDevices. Now, iPad owners are in luck: Instashare is expanding to Apple’s tablets to provide what creators TwoManShow call “AirDrop for iOS & OSX.”...
Instashare is like AirDrop for iOS, launches on the iPad to make local file sharing painless

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