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Curebit Apologizes for Copying 37Signals: “Stupid, Lazy, and Disrespectful”

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That’s awkward: Just as it was announcing a $1.2 million round of funding, online referral startup Curebit was caught lifting designs and code from 37Signals, the company behind popular collaboration tools Basecamp, Highrise, and others. The copying was called out on Twitter by 37Signals partner David Heinemeier Hansson, who, after...
Curebit Apologizes for Copying 37Signals: “Stupid, Lazy, and Disrespectful”

Everything You Need To Know About The Booming Russian Internet In 100 Slides

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Russia is now the biggest internet market in Europe by users, and it's growing extremely fast. Yandex, Russia's Google, is the biggest European internet company by market cap.  This and more means that anyone who cares about the future of technology needs to watch Russia. Luckily faberNovel, a French innovation...
Everything You Need To Know About The Booming Russian Internet In 100 Slides

That 'Revolutionary' Apple Product That Comes Out In 8 Months Isn't What You Think It Is (AAPL)

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French designer Philippe Starck is working on a yacht for the family of the late Steve Jobs, reports Apple Insider. Starck was quoted as working on a "revolutionary project" with Apple, setting off endless speculation about the long-rumored Apple television. Apple was quick to deny any professional relationship with Starck....
That 'Revolutionary' Apple Product That Comes Out In 8 Months Isn't What You Think It Is (AAPL)

Apple: We Broke 'Amazon’s Monopolistic Grip On The Publishing Industry' (AMZN, AAPL)

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Apple has fired back at the Department of Justice and its lawsuit over e-book pricing. Apple says its decision to work with publishers to raise e-book prices broke "Amazon’s monopolistic grip on the publishing industry," and benefited consumers because it led to innovation in e-books. Here's the statement it gave...
Apple: We Broke 'Amazon’s Monopolistic Grip On The Publishing Industry' (AMZN, AAPL)

Here's The Blow-By-Blow Account Of How Apple Decided To Screw Over Amazon And Consumers Over E-Books (AAPL, AMZN)

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One of the neat things about the DOJ's lawsuit against Apple over e-book pricing is that we get an inside glimpse into what Apple was thinking when it decided to open the iBookstore. At the time Amazon was just starting its Kindle ecosystem, and the iPad was still in...
Here's The Blow-By-Blow Account Of How Apple Decided To Screw Over Amazon And Consumers Over E-Books (AAPL, AMZN)

Here's The Unbelievably Lame Title For Ashton Kutcher's Steve Jobs Movie (AAPL)

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Steve Jobs: Get Inspired. That's the working title for the upcoming independent Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher. The title was revealed by producer Mark Hulme in an interview with Neo Win. The Verge first picked up Hulme's interview. Hulme also said the movie will document Steve Jobs' life between...
Here's The Unbelievably Lame Title For Ashton Kutcher's Steve Jobs Movie (AAPL)

Look At These Wild Artistic Tributes To Steve Jobs (AAPL)

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"I think part of what made the Macintosh great was that the people working on it were musicians, poets, artists, zoologists and historians who also happened to be the best computer scientists in the world," Steve Jobs once said. Many of Jobs' admirers are also artists. Some of them are...
Look At These Wild Artistic Tributes To Steve Jobs (AAPL)

Bafta video game awards 2012 – live

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So, will it be the superhero thrills of Batman: Arkham city, the physics-based spills of Portal 2, or the hard-boiled chills of LA Noire that dominate the Bafta video game awards ceremony? Stick with us as we bring you the blow-by-blow account ...Bafta's Best Games Of Last Year list always...
Bafta video game awards 2012 – live
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