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Kanye West announces that Kim Kardashian is pregnant

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Rapper tells crowd at show in New Jersey about his impending fatherhood and serenades his girlfriend Reading on mobile? Watch hereKanye West is to become a father, he announced in typically understated style on Sunday night - from the stage, in front of 5,000 fans in Atlantic City, New Jersey.The...
Kanye West announces that Kim Kardashian is pregnant

iPhone 5: What does it mean for developers and apps?

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Swift updates in store for the short term, but hopes of better App Store discovery features frustrated for nowApple's iPhone 5 launch held few surprises on the hardware front, thanks to the barrage of pretty-accurate leaks in the weeks leading up to the event. But now the new handset has...
iPhone 5: What does it mean for developers and apps?
New 'Star Wars' films to be released every summer, beginning with 'Episode VII' in 2015

E3 2012: Aisha Tyler takes on the gamer haters with Facebook rant

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The US actress chosen by Ubisoft to present its E3 press conference received a barrage of abuse from gamers who felt she knew nothing about the subject matter. Her Facebook response has become an internet sensationIt started almost immediately – the anonymous bile; the senseless aggression. Minutes into Ubisoft's E3...
E3 2012: Aisha Tyler takes on the gamer haters with Facebook rant

KIRF MacBook Air is the prettiest netbook we've seen today

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This is the Netbook Navigator NAV13X Windows 7 Ultrabook and if we're honest, we think it's a very attractive looking device. That said, we're not so sure it's going to be on sale for too long, which is a genuine shame. Despite being called an Ultrabook, it's not an...
KIRF MacBook Air is the prettiest netbook we've seen today

Apple loses to Samsung in Germany, Galaxy Tab sales will continue

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Poor Apple. Those guys just can’t win. Especially in a certain German court, where they tried to sue Samsung over the design of the Galaxy Tab 10.1N tablet and Galaxy Nexus phone. Last August, the iPad maker was granted a preliminary injunction to halt sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1,...
Apple loses to Samsung in Germany, Galaxy Tab sales will continue

Canon introduces D20 waterproof camera, Wi-Fi ELPH 530 and 320 with iOS transfer app

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Continuing its barrage of compact camera announcements, Canon has revealed some new midrange PowerShot point-and-shoots. First up is the ultracompact ELPH series, which has gained two models with Wi-Fi support — these will launch alongside a new iOS app called Canon CameraWindow for quick wireless photo transfer. An Android...
Canon introduces D20 waterproof camera, Wi-Fi ELPH 530 and 320 with iOS transfer app
FUN FACT: Business Insider Is Now Bigger Than Yahoo Was When It Went Public
Circa App Betting On Mobile-Native News As The Next Media Frontier

What you missed at Google’s developer conference

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Google I/O, the company’s two-day developer conference in San Francisco, is wrapping up right now. It has been a real barrage of news from the search giant and related companies, so I’ll recap if you haven’t been keeping up. The big announcement was the unveiling of Google TV, a previously-rumored...
What you missed at Google’s developer conference
Optimize 'Far Cry 3,' 'Hawken,' and other PC games with Nvidia's cloud-based settings tweaker
90 Seconds on The Verge: 'Under the Dome,' Curiosity on Mars, and an Apple smartwatch

Mobile first, desktop second: Instacart launches website to complement its grocery delivery app

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Grocery delivery app Instacart is one of those companies that most of the world probably does not need. Like Uber, or Birchbox, or Evernote, I thought, this is a luxury service that someone on a journalists salary (ahem, me) shouldn’t use. It’s simply not necessary. But then you use it...
Mobile first, desktop second: Instacart launches website to complement its grocery delivery app

Showtime's YouTube Gambit

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The entire season 7 premiere of Dexter is on YouTube - and no, it's not a pirated copy. Showtime posted the entire episode, as well as the season 2 premiere of Homeland. A capitulation to pirates? No, an effort to entice viewers to pay for premium television service. Bundled...
Showtime's YouTube Gambit

The rivals who fought for the Higgs boson

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Last summer's announcement that scientists at CERN had discovered a particle "consistent with" the legendary Higgs boson was an incredible moment for physicists — the boson's existence could explain why particles have mass and help to confirm the longstanding Standard Model of particle physics — but for laymen it...
The rivals who fought for the Higgs boson

Big data politics: Why you can't outrun campaigns by avoiding the TV

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If you think you can avoid the ceaseless barrage of political ads by merely avoiding the television at all costs and keeping your telephone silenced, think again. Politicians and their campaign managers know you too well, and they know you have to consume content somewhere. They’ll be damned if they’ll...
Big data politics: Why you can't outrun campaigns by avoiding the TV

The Light At The End Of Facebook's Lockup Tunnel

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Today’s massive lockup expiration has hung like a black cloud over Facebook. But there’s no more specific moments investors can point to and say “I’m not buying until after that”, and finally Facebook may start trading on its merit. It will still take a while for the 773 million shares...
The Light At The End Of Facebook's Lockup Tunnel

Ed Vaizey grilled by MPs over impact of 4G on TV viewers

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Culture minister questioned over the cost Freeview homes face from introduction of next generation of mobile phone servicesCulture minister Ed Vaizey was rounded on by MPs from all parties on Tuesday over the possible cost faced by nearly 1 million TV viewers due to the introduction of the next generation...
Ed Vaizey grilled by MPs over impact of 4G on TV viewers

Video Game Journalist Out Of A Job For Calling Out Dead-Eyed, Dorito-Hoarding Journalists

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In the great, wide world of journalism, games journalism is a weird animal. Those who “practice” – and practice it well – face a barrage of PR perks, free trips, and angry houses. Access is given and taken away by marketing folks on a whim. There are a few great...
Video Game Journalist Out Of A Job For Calling Out Dead-Eyed, Dorito-Hoarding Journalists

The Hidden Feature That Means Microsoft Has Already Won The 'Do Not Track' War

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This week, the ad industry blasted Microsoft's use of a privacy feature called "Do Not Track" in Internet Explorer 10, threatening to override it entirely to barrage your browser with targeted ads. But you know what? It doesn't matter. A little-known privacy feature in Internet Explorer means that Microsoft, and Web...
The Hidden Feature That Means Microsoft Has Already Won The 'Do Not Track' War

We're live from E3 2012 in Los Angeles!

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Well friends, a barrage of gaming glory is about to descend on southern California. The 2012 edition of E3 begins today with a handful of pre-show press conferences from the industry's big three. We're on the ground at the Los Angeles Convention Center and surrounding area to bring you...
We're live from E3 2012 in Los Angeles!
Three reasons to root for RIM
Why Avengers super-fans should assemble for Marvel's second-screen experience

Google UK privacy manager worked for ICO during Street View probe

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MP to raise matter in parliament after it emerges Stephen McCartney was at watchdog during controversial investigationGoogle's UK privacy manager was a senior official at the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) during its much-criticised investigation into Street View, it has emerged.Stephen McCartney joined Google as its London-based privacy policy manager in...
Google UK privacy manager worked for ICO during Street View probe

PayPal's New President Faces the Music: "If We Suck ... We Now Face It"

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PayPal President David Marcus responded to mounting criticism from customers by promising that things are changing at the online payments company. “There’s a massive culture change happening at PayPal right now,” Marcus said. “If we suck at something, we now face it, and we do something about it.” Marcus’s response...
PayPal's New President Faces the Music: "If We Suck ... We Now Face It"

Will Wright at Augmented Reality Conference: Don't Augment Reality, Decimate It

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“More than augmented reality, I want customized reality.” – Will Wright, creator of Sim City and The Sims, speaking at the Augmented World Expo Jun. 4 At the Augmented World Expo this week in Santa Clara, Calif., the augmented reality industry is out in force showing off how technology can...
Will Wright at Augmented Reality Conference: Don't Augment Reality, Decimate It

Why People Hate SEO

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Every few months, someone seems to attack search engine optimization. SEOs are often quick to rise in defense of their profession. I’ve done that plenty myself, in the past. But a barrage of recent cold-call SEO pitches in my inbox even has me hating SEO. Of course, I don’t really...
Why People Hate SEO

Francis Bean Cobain on Supposed Dave Grohl Seduction: ‘Twitter Should Ban My Mother’

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In a barrage of barely legible Tweets, Courtney Love recently (hysterically, sadly) told followers of her locked Twitter account that former Nirvana drummer and Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl had "hit on" her 19 year-old daughter, Francis Bean Cobain. This is scandalous because Grohl was once the drummer in a...
Francis Bean Cobain on Supposed Dave Grohl Seduction: ‘Twitter Should Ban My Mother’

The version of Jelly Bean you've been waiting for arrives

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Google's next mobile operating system, Android 4.2, has been officially launched. The update, which was previously rumored to carry the moniker Key Lime Pie but instead carries the "Jelly Bean" branding, brings a ton of new things to Android, including beefed up security features, gesture typing, updates to the Google Play...
The version of Jelly Bean you've been waiting for arrives

StumbleUpon's New VP Knows When You're Cool With Ads

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(Hint: It's when you're "StumblingUpon" things.) Every day, Internet users are hit with a barrage of advertisements, from banners to promoted tweets to pre-roll YouTube ads. Very rarely do those users think of annoying ads as opportunities to learn about a brand's story. But StumbleUpon's Teal Newland, the discovery aggregator's first-ever Vice...
StumbleUpon's New VP Knows When You're Cool With Ads
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