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NY Tech Meetup announces new coalition to support women in tech

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NY Tech Meetup (NYTM), Control Group and Girl Develop It have launched the Coalition for Women in Technology, a “unified group” of New York organizations that support women in technology though education, networking, mentorship, and career development. According to Jessica Lawrence, NYTM’s Executive Director, the group “will aggregate and amplify the work that each individual...
NY Tech Meetup announces new coalition to support women in tech

Linstapaper and Linstagrams: Popular Web Apps Now Rife with Linsanity

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Jeremy Lin may be the most popular athlete in history whose physical skills are equally proportional to his consummate nerdiness. One example: The Landry Fields/Jeremy Lin "Nerdshake." For another, just look to his fanbase, which apparently includes coders and the tech-savvy users they cater to, both of whom are...
Linstapaper and Linstagrams: Popular Web Apps Now Rife with Linsanity

App Alerts Israelis If They're About To Drive Into An Angry Stone-Throwing Mob

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A new app for Android alerts Israelis when their car is approaching an angry mob of stone-throwing, or worse yet, molotov-cocktail-throwing ... folks. From the app's site: The app gives real-time voice warning to those approaching an area where stone-throwing occurs or there are Molotov cocktails, or any other dangerous event...
App Alerts Israelis If They're About To Drive Into An Angry Stone-Throwing Mob
Asana tries to end email frustration with Inbox

IslandX aims to make migration easier with experience and social connections

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Launching today, IslandX is a new social networking site for people looking to live, work or study abroad. Making an international move can be a bit daunting, so the site hopes to connect and reassure users with the help of specific information. IslandX was developed to help ease the process...
IslandX aims to make migration easier with experience and social connections

Poll: Android users, what version are you running?

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Earlier this week, I noted that Google’s fragmentation issues with Android are close to disappearing. That article prompted a few dissenting responses with valid points: There are still prepaid phones selling with Android 2.3, for example. Still, Google’s data suggests that these phones are quickly becoming part of the minority...
Poll: Android users, what version are you running?
'Delicious Library 3' Launches With New Look, Revamped Recommendations, and Mobile Scanner App
[Exclusive] Video curation tool Magnify gets backing from former Facebooker Chris Kelly

Quick everyone, announce stuff before Apple does!

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Quick everyone, announce stuff before Apple does!: For the past many years now, this has happened every year. Whispers start to circulate of Apple holding an event and all competitors rush to hold an event first. They all deny this, of course. "We don't time our business around other companies"...
Quick everyone, announce stuff before Apple does!

Google's Twitter Timeline Lets You Explore the Past

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As Google has worked to add more and more real-time search capabilities by adding content from sites like Facebook, MySpace, Buzz and Twitter, we've been able to see more and more what people are talking about online. Google's latest feature that it is announcing today takes real-time data and puts...
Google's Twitter Timeline Lets You Explore the Past

No, Windows Phone did not make $736 million for Microsoft in fiscal 2012

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A report in Seeking Alpha has the Windows Phone community up on its chair crowing: according to the analysis, Windows Phone brought in revenues of $736 million in fiscal 2012. The report goes on to estimate that in fiscal 2011, the figure was $756 million, and for fiscal 2010, Windows...
No, Windows Phone did not make $736 million for Microsoft in fiscal 2012

30 best iPhone and iPad apps this week

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Draw Something 2, Little Red Riding Hood, LinkedIn Contacts, Netmums Chat, Toy Story: Story Theater, GoComics, Paper Fox, FocusTwist 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 the initial...
30 best iPhone and iPad apps this week

Hoppit Launches The World’s First Ambience Search Engine For Restaurants

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Finding a good restaurant – even in a city you’ve never been to – has never been easier. Thanks to Yelp, Urbanspoon and its various brethren, a good place to eat is generally just a few clicks away. What if you want to find a restaurant with a very specific...
Hoppit Launches The World’s First Ambience Search Engine For Restaurants
Apple's top 10 viral videos of 2012

Police Search For Mugger For 3 Weeks, Internet Finds Him In An Hour

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We've discussed before the ways law enforcement groups use social media. Frankly, the general theme tends to be that they aren't very good at internetting. Whether it's mocking invasive vaginal searches or catfishing music fans with well-tread tropes, it seems the wider internet plays the web game better than...
Police Search For Mugger For 3 Weeks, Internet Finds Him In An Hour

Pubwich – Aggregate Your Social Data

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Pubwich – Aggregate Your Social Data

I'm Not The Product, But I Play One On The Internet

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"If you're not paying for the product, you are the product." I don't know who said it first, but the line has achieved a kind of supernatural resonance online. And for good reason - it describes a kind of modern internet company that provides a free service. These businesses are...
I'm Not The Product, But I Play One On The Internet
Social tracker: It knows where you are, when you're there, and when you'll be back

Windows Phone weekend roundup: A sales uptick?

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We don’t do too many roundups here at TNW, aside from my weekly Microsoft entry, but this weekend we are making a small exception. Over the past 24 hours, a great number of Windows Phone tidbits have dropped, and while each is not quite worth its own post, in aggregate...
Windows Phone weekend roundup: A sales uptick?

Is That 2010 Calling? Daily Deals Aggregator Bownty Raises $1.1 Million

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If you can’t beat ‘em, aggregate ‘em. That was my take in late 2010 when a host of daily deal aggregators sprang up at the height of the whole Groupon-clone thing. So you’ll be forgiven if this post reeks of déjà vu for you, too. Bownty, the Denmark-based daily deal...
Is That 2010 Calling? Daily Deals Aggregator Bownty Raises $1.1 Million

Google Reader is dead

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Google is cleaning house. On Wednesday the company announced plans to purge Google Reader, Google Cloud Connect, CalDAV API, Snapseed's desktop versions for Mac and Windows, and a handful of other products and services as part of an effort to focus on its core products. Google Reader will shutter July...
Google Reader is dead

Pinfluencer Is Now Piqora As It Preps To Add Tumblr, Twitter And More To Its Social Marketing Net

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Pinterest is now slowly gearing up to take more commercial control of its massive data stream of consumers pinning branded content, and brands and other businesses trying to use the wildly popular social network to push their products. But in the meantime, a huge swathe of other companies have emerged...
Pinfluencer Is Now Piqora As It Preps To Add Tumblr, Twitter And More To Its Social Marketing Net

Kindle sales reach new record, whatever that means

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>Amazon announced this morning that Cyber Monday was the biggest day on record for Kindle sales, and sales of the devices over the holiday shopping weekend were more than double the record set during the same weekend last year. However, the company is sticking to its tradition of not disclosing...
Kindle sales reach new record, whatever that means

Mendeley Throws Open the Doors to Academic Data

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Innovations in communications software and websites can be quite exciting. After the dust dies down, however, it's really not clear how much more information has been made available, how much more people can communicate, how much more thinking has been enabled. London-based Mendeley's offering up an Open API and making...
Mendeley Throws Open the Doors to Academic Data
Twitter unveils sleek new #music discovery app for web, iOS
Office gossips, be warned. Yammer now tracks office-wide emotions

Facebook Lets Developers Search Publicly Available Graph API Data

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It glossed over during Facebook’s many announcements at f8 yesterday, but the company has introduced ways for developers to conduct a variety of searches for content in its Graph API. This could benefit any number of search companies and other developers who are looking for lots of public data to...
Facebook Lets Developers Search Publicly Available Graph API Data
Use It Better Helps Developers Understand How Their Games Are Being Played

Apple rules top three smartphone spots but loses new users to Android

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Apple continues to hold the title for some of the top-selling smartphone models, with the iPhone 4S being the best selling handset in the US last quarter, according to a new report by market research firm NPD. But while the iPhone has repeatedly made Apple the top smartphone vendor...
Apple rules top three smartphone spots but loses new users to Android
Foodspotting moves to ensure you don’t need Yelp’s app
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?