Nokia's 41-megapixel Lumia rumored for July launch

Nokia's 41-megapixel Lumia rumored for July launch

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Disrupt SF 2013 Startup Battlefield Applications Are Open And Tickets Are On Sale Now

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New TechCrunch Disrupt SF is back! We’re very excited to announce tickets are on sale and stealth companies can now apply for Startup Battlefield. This September 7-11, we’re bringing Disrupt back to San Francisco to welcome an all new slate of outstanding startups, influential speakers, guests and more to the stage....
Disrupt SF 2013 Startup Battlefield Applications Are Open And Tickets Are On Sale Now

Huawei Ascend P6 shown in range of colors, launch date leaked

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More images of the Huawei Ascend P6 have leaked, showing the thin smartphone in a range of colors. The Ascend P6, previously said to have a thickness of just 6.18mm (0.24-inches), has also had a potential launch date mistakenly revealed by Huawei Device chairman Richard Yu to readers of his...
Huawei Ascend P6 shown in range of colors, launch date leaked

After finding users want more than just ed-tech content, Learnist plans for expansion

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Learnist may have launched out of a company focused on test prep and more formal education, but the social learning site is quickly showing that its appeal is much broader. Since its launch about a year ago, the service, which was created by startup Grockit to enable users to curate...
After finding users want more than just ed-tech content, Learnist plans for expansion

Digg Reader officially named, still on track for June launch

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Digg says that Reader will not be a separate app, and will be incorporated into what will be known as Digg. [Read more]...
Digg Reader officially named, still on track for June launch

This Orchestra Played 'Carmen' ... Using Smartphones and Tablets

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On April 30, the Czech National Symphony Orchestra got together to do something utterly ordinary: play Georges Bizet's opera Carmen. One element made this performance slightly less ordinary, though: The orchestra played the entire opera using "instruments" made of smartphones and tablets. Led by conductor Libor Pesek, the performance feature...
This Orchestra Played 'Carmen' ... Using Smartphones and Tablets
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JBL Spark Bluetooth speaker uncovered at the FCC with wall mounting, retro looks

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JBL is known for its love of exotic speaker designs, but a new FCC approval suggests it's about to turn back the clock for its next look. An unannounced Spark Bluetooth speaker appearing at the US agency wouldn't look out of place at the top of a gramophone --...
JBL Spark Bluetooth speaker uncovered at the FCC with wall mounting, retro looks

20 best iPhone and iPad apps this week

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Kung Fu Robot, City Guides by National Geographic, Tetris Blitz, Mailbox for iPad, Symmetry School, Fry, Blip Blup, Disney Junior Appisodes and moreIt's time for our weekly roundup of brand new and notable apps for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. It covers apps and games, with the prices referring to...
20 best iPhone and iPad apps this week

Daft Punk breaks Spotify's first-day album streams record, set to beat Mumford & Sons for first week streams

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At the time of writing, Daft Punk’s mega-hit Get Lucky has been streamed on Spotify more than 28 million times around the world, a figure we know because the music-streaming service recently started displaying song play counts. Indeed, Get Lucky was breaking streaming records from its very first day of...
Daft Punk breaks Spotify's first-day album streams record, set to beat Mumford & Sons for first week streams

Faltering Facebook phone is delayed

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Social networking giant postpones the launch of its "Facebook phone" after negative feedback and disappointing sales....
Faltering Facebook phone is delayed
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