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Google's Matt Cutts Awarded Patent On Detecting Hidden Text & Hidden Links

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A new Google patent was awarded today named Systems and methods for detecting hidden text and hidden links. The patent was filed on August 25, 2009 by Google’s Matt Cutts and Fritz Schneider. It was awarded today after being in pending status for over 3 years. The abstract reads: A...
Google's Matt Cutts Awarded Patent On Detecting Hidden Text & Hidden Links

Tim Cook on the “Law of Large Numbers”

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Q: 37 million units of iPhones shipped. When do we run into the Law of Large Numbers? What are the growth opportunities coming up? A: 37 million is a big number. It was a decent quarter. It was 37 million — more than we’d ever done before. We were pretty...
Tim Cook on the “Law of Large Numbers”

The Fire Eagle Flies. Tom Coates The Latest To Leave Yahoo’s Nest

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Everyone is talking about location now. But back in 2007, basically no one was talking about it. But Tom Coates was. That’s the year that Fire Eagle, an early location platform spearheaded by Coates first peeked its head out of Yahoo’s now-defunct Brickhouse. Yes, Yahoo had the pieces in place...
The Fire Eagle Flies. Tom Coates The Latest To Leave Yahoo’s Nest

THE MOST IMPORTANT STORY IN AMERICA: Average Family Net Worth Collapses 40% In 3 Years

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Yesterday, the Fed released its latest Survey of Consumer Finances. The report included a lot of depressing data about the financial situation of average Americans. But nothing was so shocking and depressing as this: The median net worth of American families dropped nearly 40% from 2007 to 2010. Wow. Most...
THE MOST IMPORTANT STORY IN AMERICA: Average Family Net Worth Collapses 40% In 3 Years

Study: Email Deliverability Dropped Precipitously In Second Half of 2011 For First Time

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Fewer emails — only 76.5% — landed in inboxes worldwide in the second half of 2011, a significant decline from the typical 80% rate that has held for the past 3 years, according to a new study released by deliverability firm Return Path. This is the first time the company...
Study: Email Deliverability Dropped Precipitously In Second Half of 2011 For First Time

Corning's flexible 'Willow Glass' won't appear in consumer products for at least 3 years

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Devices featuring Corning's bendable "Willow Glass" won't arrive for at least three years, an announcement that dampens expectations of a rumored Apple-built watch with curved glass display featuring Corning's technology....
Corning's flexible 'Willow Glass' won't appear in consumer products for at least 3 years

StumbleUpon CEO Garrett Camp steps down after 10 years

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After ten years, which seems like thirty on the Internet, StumbleUpon’s co-founder and CEO Garrett Camp is stepping down from his post and moving on to become chairman of the company. In a post published on StumbleUpon’s blog, Champ explains that it’s “time for a change”: After 10 years leading...
StumbleUpon CEO Garrett Camp steps down after 10 years

Apple's iPad, 3 years in: Magical? Some beg to differ

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Apple's iPad was released three years ago today. Needless to say, there have been plenty of detractors over the last three years. [Read more]...
Apple's iPad, 3 years in: Magical? Some beg to differ
Where We Are In The Smartphone Revolution

Dell to Cut $2 Billion Over 3 Years

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Dell spelled out plans to trim costs by $2 billion over the next three years, along with growth initiatives that include boosting businesses beyond personal computers....
Dell to Cut $2 Billion Over 3 Years

Makerbot Reportedly Raising at a $300M Valuation, or Maybe It'll Just Get Acquired

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(Screencap: YouTube) Brooklyn’s own Makerbot Industries, the buzzy startup that produces 3D printers and recently opened a storefront in Nolita to display its printed plastic wares, is reportedly looking to raise a round totaling $25 million. Or maybe they’re in acquisition talks. It’s definitely one of those things, so says...
Makerbot Reportedly Raising at a $300M Valuation, or Maybe It'll Just Get Acquired

Google Can Still Find Time For Self-Driving Cars, And It Doesn't Expect You To Understand Why

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Larry Page has made a point of “cleaning up” Google during his first year as CEO, by killing off some side projects that weren’t going anywhere. But Google is still taking fliers on oddities like self-driving cars and computerized eyewear, and that’s not going to stop. The challenge, Page said...
Google Can Still Find Time For Self-Driving Cars, And It Doesn't Expect You To Understand Why

MacBook Pro Retina with 3 Years of AppleCare now as low as $1,539; some bundles cut by $750

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Following Apple's MacBook Pro with Retina display price cuts on Wednesday, Apple Authorized Reseller and AppleInsider sponsor B&H Photo similarly slashed the prices of their exclusive bundles, including the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro with 3 years of AppleCare extended protection, which now starts at just $1,539; some 15-inch Retina MacBook...
MacBook Pro Retina with 3 Years of AppleCare now as low as $1,539; some bundles cut by $750

Roadmap: Make Your Corporate Websites Relevant: Integrate Social Network Features

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Finally, your corporate website can be relevant again Over the past few weeks, I’ve been conducting research to measure how different social networks allow for integration with corporate websites and their assets. Over 3 years ago, I wrote a piece on how corporate websites are becoming irrelevant, due to trusted decisions...
Roadmap: Make Your Corporate Websites Relevant: Integrate Social Network Features

Microsoft-Yahoo search pact finally starts bearing fruit in Europe, but should advertisers care?

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Over on the Microsoft Advertising adCenter blog, Microsoft’s EMEA Marketing lead Cedric Chambaz has announced that the search alliance between the software giant and ailing Internet services pioneer Yahoo is entering the last stage of its implementation in UK, France and Ireland, starting on 18 April 2012. This transition was...
Microsoft-Yahoo search pact finally starts bearing fruit in Europe, but should advertisers care?
EMC follows VMware, rest of world, into OpenStack

Death To Feature Creep! Bump 3.0 Dumps All But Contacts and Photo Sharing

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more, More, MORE. STOP! Rather than cram more features into Bump 3.0, the team behind the 75 million-installs mobile app combed the data and brushed off all the features no one used. Now, instead of letting you wirelessly share apps, music, and calendar events with nearby devices, it only allows...
Death To Feature Creep! Bump 3.0 Dumps All But Contacts and Photo Sharing

Installation of Blue Waters Petaflop Supercomputer Begins

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An anonymous reader writes "The National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois is finally getting the troubled Blue Waters supercomputer installed. After IBM walked away from the project after 3 years of planning, Cray stepped in to pick up the $188 million contract. Now, in around 9...
Installation of Blue Waters Petaflop Supercomputer Begins
Reed Hastings Is Just Like You – He Complains About the Cable Guys on Facebook

China Will Not Issue 4G Licenses for Another 2 to 3 Years, Says Official

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China will likely wait another two or three years to issue 4G licenses for LTE TDD networks, a top government official said, citing the need to build more 4G......
China Will Not Issue 4G Licenses for Another 2 to 3 Years, Says Official

There Are A Lot Of 'Ballers On A Budget' And 'Posers' In Tech

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Unfortunately my wife was hit head on in December by a woman who lost control of her car. It was time to get a new car and my wife's requirements were: The safest thing on the road As many air bags as possible I researched the pricing of the car at TrueCar -...
There Are A Lot Of 'Ballers On A Budget' And 'Posers' In Tech

Despite the Rumors, RickRolling Isn't Dead

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Dramatic headlines cried out overnight that RickRolling was dead. The original Rick Astley video with more than 30 million views has been pulled from YouTube due to copyright violation. In fact, however, YouTube appears to have simply moved the video to Vevo, its music video website in partnership with Universal...
Despite the Rumors, RickRolling Isn't Dead

Cracking the China code: Microsoft vs. Apple

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In 2011 Microsoft’s CEO bemoaned that revenue in China was about 5% of what it obtained in the US. Yesterday Apple’s CEO suggested that revenue from China will overtake the US in the near future. The contrast is even more stark when one considers the time and effort each company has...
Cracking the China code: Microsoft vs. Apple

New Mahalo Profile pages based on Cassandra are up!!!

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It's a crazy, big ambitious project and we're ahead of schedule! Right now I would say we are 60% done, which means in 2-3 years Mahalo.com will be a top 25 site. We're super excited with the progress to date.  Here is a brief overview of how it is...
New Mahalo Profile pages based on Cassandra are up!!!

3 hot deals to redeem right now on TNW Market

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TNW Market is a way for you, our beloved readers, to claim money-saving deals on things you’ll really want. We thought it would be worthwhile highlighting three of the hottest deals on the Market right now. Don’t forget to check out all the deals available right now by browsing the full market...
3 hot deals to redeem right now on TNW Market
Gowalla goes dark during SXSW 3 years after launch

After 3 Years Of A Crummy Checkin Experience, Foursquare Is Working On A Speedier Solution

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This week we met with Foursquare's Head of Product, Alex Rainert.  We mostly asked questions about the company's incredibly social founder, Dennis Crowley, with whom Rainert founded Dodgeball in 2005.  But we couldn't help ourselves from asking a few questions about the company."Where the heck is the auto-checkin?" we...
After 3 Years Of A Crummy Checkin Experience, Foursquare Is Working On A Speedier Solution
Marissa Mayer says Yahoo's top priority is a 'focused, coherent mobile strategy'

Mega Aftermath: Upheaval In Pirate Warez Land

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Despite its “rogue site” status and various other warnings, when MegaUpload went down last week it still came as a shock. But what came next was unprecedented, a dramatic reaction in cyberlocker land that took out vast libraries of digital content and capacity. The perception of the established ground rules...
Mega Aftermath: Upheaval In Pirate Warez Land

Why Won't Google Penalize/Ban the Site I Spam Reported?

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Posted by randfishOne of the most common complaints I've heard from webmasters and SEOs in the past 18 months has been around Google's inaction on spam reports. While the web spam team has been aggressive about asking webmasters to contribute via their spam report form (though they prefer the version in...
Why Won't Google Penalize/Ban the Site I Spam Reported?
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