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Google I/O attendees get free Samsung Chromeboxes, too

TNW Conference Europe will be opened by royalty: The Prince of Orange, Prince of the Netherlands

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Tech conferences may often list ‘royalty’ amongst their attendees, but it’s usually ‘tech royalty’ – maybe some founder of successful startups or a true pioneer in their field. At The Next Web Conference Europe 2013, we’re going better than that, by welcoming actual royalty to our event. We’re proud to...
TNW Conference Europe will be opened by royalty: The Prince of Orange, Prince of the Netherlands

From Amazon's top data geek: data has got to be big -- and reproducible

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Much has been done to bring big data closer to the people who need it. The advent of public cloud infrastructure has decimated the cost of collecting, maintaining and processing vast amounts of data. The next frontier is making that data reproducible, said Matt Wood, principal data scientist for Amazon...
From Amazon's top data geek: data has got to be big -- and reproducible
Last Call For The TechCrunch Austin Meetup + Pitch-Off!

Google Glass Skydiving Stunt Gets an Encore at I/O on Thursday

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After a strong response to Wednesday’s skydiving-infused demonstration of Google Glass, the company decided to talk more on Thursday about its high-tech specs and reprise the stunt. Co-Founder Sergey Brin, who made a surprise appearance to talk about Google Glass during Wednesday’s keynote, told people on his Google+ page that...
Google Glass Skydiving Stunt Gets an Encore at I/O on Thursday
Apple Announces iTunes Fesitval 2012, free shows from Usher, Norah Jones, & Jack White

Big data analytics is great but it's no a silver bullet

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A lot of the talk around big data analytics focuses on the sheer amount of data, the speed of inputs and the glitzy visualizations that can result from analysis. But if you focus on all those bells and whistles before really thinking through the problems you need to solve, you’re...
Big data analytics is great but it's no a silver bullet

Sony focuses on PlayStation Vita at the Tokyo Game Show

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Sony's focus is on its PlayStation Vita handheld at this year's Tokyo Game Show. Japan's premier game event has lost a bit of its luster and is noticeably smaller than years past, as many companies focus on the larger E3 that takes place in the summer in the U.S.,...
Sony focuses on PlayStation Vita at the Tokyo Game Show

Tweet archiving may be available by year's end

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Twitter lovers who want to smoothly save their words of wisdom for posterity may soon be able to do so. That's what the CEO of the microblogging company predicted at the Online News Association conference in San Francisco last week. Personal archiving will be available "before the end of...
Tweet archiving may be available by year's end
The future of displays has a problem: Our eyes
Tupac Shakur hologram might tour with Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg

Switched On: The roads to home automation

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Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a column about consumer technology. At a dinner event several years ago, a former editor-in-chief of a major computing trade magazine told attendees that his first published article was about home automation. That article ran back in 1979 -- just two years...
Switched On: The roads to home automation

Download the Official D11 App, Which Is Almost As Good As Being There (Right?)

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As those of you on the wait-list already know, D11 is sold out — and has been for some time. But whether you’re joining us in Rancho Palos Verdes for the conference or not, you can still follow along with all the action here on AllThingsD.com. As in previous years,...
Download the Official D11 App, Which Is Almost As Good As Being There (Right?)

Samsung Galaxy S4 announced: 5″ 441ppi screen, 13mp camera, 4G LTE support, rolls out this April

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Today at its Galaxy S event in New York, Samsung has officially announced the much-teased Galaxy S IV, featuring 4G LTE support, a 5″ 441ppi screen, a 7.9mm-thick body and a 13mp camera. The device weighs in at 130 grams and includes new infrared gesture, temperature and humidity sensors. According to Samsung’s JK Shin, the...
Samsung Galaxy S4 announced: 5″ 441ppi screen, 13mp camera, 4G LTE support, rolls out this April

Dive Into Mobile App Marketplace: Zappar Augmented Reality Hats Turn Anyone Into Obama or Romney (Video)

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Part of the challenge of augmented reality is getting people to use it. You can create a fabulous world where virtual treasure boxes are hidden in the street and price tags hover above every item in a store — but you need people to actually pick up their phones, turn...
Dive Into Mobile App Marketplace: Zappar Augmented Reality Hats Turn Anyone Into Obama or Romney (Video)

At Google I/O, attendees compete to save the world, virtually

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Google I/O has not officially started, but the developers' show is already seeing some action. Two warring factions, the Resistance and the Enlightenment, are vying for control of various "portals" at key landmarks throughout San Francisco, which are leaking dangerous amounts of radioactive energy, to determine the fate of...
At Google I/O, attendees compete to save the world, virtually
The week in cloud: SAP stakes cloud claim; legacy and new-look vendors arm for battle

Sponsor post: 3 reasons you don't want to miss E2 Innovate 2012

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With only a few days until E2 Innovate (formerly Enterprise 2.0) kicks off at the Santa Clara Convention Center, here are three reasons why you won’t want to miss what’s sure to be one of the most engaging business technology events this fall. Innovation. What’s in a name? Silicon Valley is...
Sponsor post: 3 reasons you don't want to miss E2 Innovate 2012

Security pros predict "major" cyber terror attack this year

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A sampling of computer security professionals at the recent Information Systems Security Association conference found that a majority of them believe there will be a "major" cyber terrorism event within the next year. The survey, conducted by the network security and hardening vendor Ixia, found that of 105 attendees...
Security pros predict "major" cyber terror attack this year

Intel's Show Signals Market Shift From PC to Mobile Devices

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This year's Intel Developer Forum was upstaged by Apple's iPhone 5 launch event, which to some show attendees felt like a reprise of last year, when IDF had to......
Intel's Show Signals Market Shift From PC to Mobile Devices
A Robot Assistant To Finally Do What You've Always Wanted: Compliment You

LinkedIn’s iOS app collects and sends names, emails and meeting notes from your calendar back, in plain text

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The LinkedIn mobile app for iOS devices collects full meeting notes and details from your device’s calendar and sends them back to the company, The Next Web has been informed. The information is gathered without explicit permission by a feature that allows users to access their calendar within the app. This raises...
LinkedIn’s iOS app collects and sends names, emails and meeting notes from your calendar back, in plain text

We're live from E3 2013 in Los Angeles!

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The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) officially kicks off on Tuesday morning, but press attendees have packed schedules starting bright and early tomorrow AM. Microsoft's kicking things off with its briefing, which promises new Xbox One details and a major focus on games. Sony, meanwhile, is officially unveiling its new...
We're live from E3 2013 in Los Angeles!

48fps preview of 'The Hobbit' gets mixed reaction at CinemaCon

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Peter Jackson has been vocal about his decision to film The Hobbit at 48 frames per second, with the director claiming it offers smoother, more natural motion free from artifacts like strobing. It seems that he may have a tough time getting audiences on his side, however — a...
48fps preview of 'The Hobbit' gets mixed reaction at CinemaCon

The team behind the Dublin and London Web Summits plans 100 'Pub Summits' globally this year

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The European Web tech conference scene is going through a period of rapid expansion and diversification. In addition to more conferences aimed at audiences in their thousands, we’re seeing increasing numbers of invite-only events like F.ounders and most of Hy Berlin, and those with more specific focuses, like the European Commission’s...
The team behind the Dublin and London Web Summits plans 100 'Pub Summits' globally this year

Bunchball brings a fresh approach to networking with gamified service for meetings and conferences

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Attending conferences and meetings are interesting at times, but when people are there to network, finding the right person to connect with can be difficult. Just who is at the event that is relevant for you to meet and what’s a good way to “break the ice”? Bunchball, a company...
Bunchball brings a fresh approach to networking with gamified service for meetings and conferences
Rx for a carbon-warmed planet: Sulfuric acid?

Another Failed Paywall Bites The Dust; Daily Variety Goes Free

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Two and a half years ago, Daily Variety, the big Hollywood trade magazine, basically ceded the entire online world to its main competitor, The Hollywood Reporter, by putting up a paywall. At the time, it bizarrely claimed that doing so would mean it wouldn't have to cover "gossip, half-truths and...
Another Failed Paywall Bites The Dust; Daily Variety Goes Free

Eventbrite report sees social event sharing revenue rise by 81% as Twitter leads the way

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Back in 2010, Eventbrite the event planning service, published one of the first reports that identified the revenue impact of social sharing. At the time there were few resources that measured the links between social activity and monetary returns. In 2010, the report showed that there is indeed money to...
Eventbrite report sees social event sharing revenue rise by 81% as Twitter leads the way
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