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Just.me Wants To Be The Go-To Social App On Your Phone

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Keith Teare, co-founder of TechCrunch and partner at incubator Archimedes Labs, isn’t thinking small when it comes to his new project Just.me — he says that it’s “asking and answering the question of what would happen if the phone was upgraded to be truly social.” The app hasn’t launched yet,...
Just.me Wants To Be The Go-To Social App On Your Phone

A fast, accurate, and affordable way to do online market research

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From international brands to local food trucks, every business wants to make important decisions with their customers’ feedback in mind. Which version of your new logo will people like better? How much interest do dog owners have in organic dog food? Is your brand awareness growing over time? We now...
A fast, accurate, and affordable way to do online market research

Apple's $100bn cash hoard: just how big is it really?

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And how big is a billion anyway? Click the image below to see what you could get with the $97.6bn Apple has in cash reserves - and see how much you know about the number that is everywhereApple decides what to do with $97.6bn in cash reserves the company has...
Apple's $100bn cash hoard: just how big is it really?

Non-Existent Crisis Averted: FBI Now Has Until July to Clean DNS Addresses

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A rumor repeated enough times on the Web is too often given the same status as truth. Then, by the time the rumor is discredited, the story is old and dead anyway, and the next rumor has taken hold. Take the case of the DNSchanger Trojan. Last November, as...
Non-Existent Crisis Averted: FBI Now Has Until July to Clean DNS Addresses

Is Privacy Overhyped? A Panel Discusses

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From left to right: Mr. Morozov, Mr. Soghoian, Ms. Lammert, Ms. Yakowitz and Mr. Greeley. Spoiler: an Open Society Foundation panel on privacy last night did not come to a conclusion on the question at hand, "Is Privacy Overhyped?" The full title, "Four Views of Technology, Security, and Democracy Online,"...
Is Privacy Overhyped? A Panel Discusses

Get.com Redesign Makes it a Free Crowdsourced Consumer Reports

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Online shopping may not be broken, but it’s hard to argue it has fulfilled the full promise of the Internet. Nearly two decades in, the experience remains largely disjointed and inefficient. The best laptop for John is not necessarily the best for Jane. Unfortunately, the existing product search and recommendation engines...
Get.com Redesign Makes it a Free Crowdsourced Consumer Reports

7 (Semi-Serious) Legitimate Use Cases for the New Top-Level Domains

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Consider yourself relocated, kitty. (Photo: Flickr.com/deerwooduk) With ICANN set to reveal new top-level domains any moment now, the number of available Internet addresses is about to balloon. Various organizations around the world have applied to register more than 1,900. A fair number of those are brands staking claim to their...
7 (Semi-Serious) Legitimate Use Cases for the New Top-Level Domains
Google explodes into market research with easy-to-use consumer research tool

Microsoft talks DVD, Media Center support in Windows 8 and why most won't miss it

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If you have to issue an explanation to follow up an explanation, then it's pretty safe to say the first one wasn't clear enough, and it's under those circumstances that Microsoft's Steven Sinofsky and the Windows 8 team are returning to the subject of Media Center and DVD movie...
Microsoft talks DVD, Media Center support in Windows 8 and why most won't miss it
BoostFunder reveals first featured list of companies

What's NASA Done For You Lately?

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SPACE, YOU GUYS. Maybe, despite a week of SPACE FEVER, you still aren’t sold on the idea of NASA. Maybe sexy mohawk-rocking scientists and sick panoramic images of an alien planet leave you cold. After all, it’s not like we’re sending real-life human astronauts anywhere anytime soon. Well, oh ye...
What's NASA Done For You Lately?

Twitter Ads Finally Set To Make Public Debut

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It has been a long awaited and long talked about prospect but it looks like Twitter is finally letting us all know at least one way that they plan to make money. To literally no one’s surprise it will be through ads that Twitter calls “Promoted Tweets”. The New...
Twitter Ads Finally Set To Make Public Debut

The Student’s Guide To Using Facebook During Exam Time

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For many college students, exams are right around the corner. Late nights, pots of coffee, and piles of textbooks loom on the horizon. There is so much stress around exam time that it’s necessary to give yourself a break every once in a while, and increasingly students are turning to...
The Student’s Guide To Using Facebook During Exam Time

Improving Global Application Performance

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Today I would like to talk about ways to make your website run faster and more efficiently. There are several benefits from doing this including better search engine rankings, a better customer experience, and an increase in sales or conversions. You can always improve your architecture, tune your database, and...
Improving Global Application Performance

Twitter’s @anywhere: Not a Bang But a Whimper

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Twitter founder Evan Williams was widely expected to announce an advertising platform at the SXSW conference yesterday, but while he announced something with dozens of major media partners, it wasn’t an ad platform — it was something called @anywhere. And what is @anywhere? Good question. In fact, that’s just...
Twitter’s @anywhere: Not a Bang But a Whimper

Usability expert faults iPad user interface, calls it "whacky"

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By Joe Wilcox, Betanews I have lots of gripes about the iPad user experience. Apple describes the iPad as "magical." I find it "frustrating." Usability expert Jakob Nielsen explains why, indirectly answering the question I asked last month: "Is iPad just a proof of concept?" In a post with two...
Usability expert faults iPad user interface, calls it "whacky"

Google Makes One Change Per Day To Search Algorithm

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Google’s Matt Cutts just posted a video on YouTube answering the question, “how many search algorithm changes were made in 2009?” In response to that question, Matt said Google likely makes a change per day to the search algorithm. They don’t necessarily release those changes each day, but they will...
Google Makes One Change Per Day To Search Algorithm

How Much Life Insurance Do You REALLY Need?

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On Friday, I shared a guest response to a reader question about life insurance. Many GRS readers rightly complained that it didn’t do a good job of answering the question. One reader — Mike from Four Pillars and ABCs of Investing — took it upon himself to write this response....
How Much Life Insurance Do You REALLY Need?
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