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4 Korean startups get opportunity to make it on the global stage

Eurozone crisis live: EU heading for showdown over growth

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• Leaders to meet in Brussels Wednesday• Hollande pushing for eurobonds...• ... Germany says no• Bank of England: UK banks would survive Grexit• David Cameron: Greek election is euro referendum12.36pm: France's proposal that the eurozone should begin offering eurobonds has been raised in Brussels today, at the regular midday press...
Eurozone crisis live: EU heading for showdown over growth

Developer interest in Windows Phone 8 has seemingly hit a brick wall

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Developer interest in Windows Phone 8 has seemingly hit a brick wall
Happy IPv6 day! Welcome to the future of Internet addressing
Curalate report: almost 50% of top Pinterest pins lead to webpages that don't exist

Using WiFi to see through walls

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British engineers from University College London have developed a passive radar system that can see through walls using the WiFi signals generated by wireless routers and access points.The system, devised by Karl Woodbridge and Kevin Chetty, requires two antennae and a signal processing unit (i.e. computer), and is no larger...
Using WiFi to see through walls
Short term VC returns sink as recent IPOs disappoint

Friends At The Old Cemetery

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Description: Wondering through the downtown historic district of Savannah, you are certain to come across Colonial Park Cemetery (also known as The Old Cemetery and The Brick Cemetery).  The resting place of over 700 people that perished during the Great Yellow Fever epidemic in 1820 as well as several...
Friends At The Old Cemetery

Apple hits a brick wall in emerging markets as carriers balk at iPhone terms

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Apple hits a brick wall in emerging markets as carriers balk at iPhone terms

Ecosystem + Incubator = Startup "Ecobator" NestGSV

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Startup accelerators are great, as far as they go. The problem is that, after startups enjoy several months of pedal-to-the-metal support and mentorship, the vast majority of them exit the programs and hit a brick wall. The cheerleading stops, venture funding never materializes and the founders go back to writing...
Ecosystem + Incubator = Startup "Ecobator" NestGSV
A match made in heaven: BlackBerry PlayBook and… Windows Phone? [video]

The Hulu Dilemma: How Private is Your Video Playlist?

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Hulu's year-long effort to dodge a lawsuit for sharing its users viewing habits hit a brick wall this week when a California judge rejected the company's motion to dismiss the suit. The Hulu privacy case is now one step closer to trial, and the question of who can share your video...
The Hulu Dilemma: How Private is Your Video Playlist?

Facebook gets a reality check on IPO day

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Once protected by the hype bubble, Facebook is getting a hard lesson in the realities of the public markets. Despite the massive build-up to its IPO today, the market response has been more tepid than expected. After a delayed start, Facebook started trading at $42, about 10.5 percent above its...
Facebook gets a reality check on IPO day

Check Out Qwiki, The Startup That Lets You Watch Search Results Instead Of Read Them

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Qwiki is like a visual Wikipedia. It turns information into quick videos with pictures, maps and voiceovers, and it just partnered with Bing. Now when you search for things on Bing, Qwiki videos pop up as the second result -- just in case you want to watch what you're searching...
Check Out Qwiki, The Startup That Lets You Watch Search Results Instead Of Read Them

LightSquared's troubles continue, company defaults on $56M payment to Inmarsat

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It's been a while since LightSquared had some good news to boast about, and it doesn't look like that situation's about to change anytime soon. The latest stumble for the company stems from its 2007 agreement with UK-based satellite operator and spectrum owner Inmarsat, which was due a $56.25...
LightSquared's troubles continue, company defaults on $56M payment to Inmarsat
Google nears launch of paid YouTube subscriptions, report says

Part Of Being More Open And Human Is Actually Holding Conversations With Fans

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There is a lot that can be said about being open and honest with your fans. Sure those fans can be pushy and complain a lot, but amongst all that, there is a real opportunity to connect with your fans and help them build up greater love and respect for...
Part Of Being More Open And Human Is Actually Holding Conversations With Fans

Simple 'Mario Collecting A Coin' Machine

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This is a little video of a machine that makes Mario repeatedly punch a block and get a coin. It was made out of LEGO Mindstorm sets and Perler beads. At least I think it was. It could be made out of magic and donkey dicks for all I...
Simple 'Mario Collecting A Coin' Machine

Judge Koh once again bars Samsung from making the 'Apple imitated Sony' argument

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Judge Koh shows no signs of bowing to public pressure from Samsung. She stands firmly behind her own and Magistrate Judge Grewal's decisions to exclude certain claims and materials, while trying to conceal her annoyance at Samsung's repeated attempts to justify the use of certain arguments and documents with new...
Judge Koh once again bars Samsung from making the 'Apple imitated Sony' argument

10 third-party alternatives for 'missing' Windows 8 apps

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The Windows Store has grown significantly since the dark and dreary pre-launch days of Windows 8, more than quadrupling its catalog size since October 26th. Don't let that 20,000 app number fool you, though. Quantity is not the same as quality, and the platform still suffers from hit-or-miss availability...
10 third-party alternatives for 'missing' Windows 8 apps

There is a series of 10 heads (they look old like Greek or Roman old) attached to a brick wall just north of the St. Lawrence Market north building (in Toronto) -- just off the mews (that would be Market Street if it continued north from Front) in a fence

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There is a series of 10 heads (they look old like Greek or Roman old) attached to a brick wall just north of the St. Lawrence Market north building (in Toronto) -- just off the mews (that would be Market Street if it continued north from Front) in a fence

There is a series of 10 heads (they look old like Greek or Roman old) attached to a brick wall just north of the St. Lawrence Market north building (in Toronto) -- just off the mews (that would be Market Street if it continued north from Front) in a fence

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There is a series of 10 heads (they look old like Greek or Roman old) attached to a brick wall just north of the St. Lawrence Market north building (in Toronto) -- just off the mews (that would be Market Street if it continued north from Front) in a fence
BEST BUY CEO: Here's Why I Killed The 'Results Only Work Environment'

Montreal Student Arrested For Posting Photo Of Anti-Police Graffiti To Instagram

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If anyone needed any more evidence that police departments are casting a wide surveillance net over social media networks, here's one more story to add to the woeful deluge. On Wednesday night, news broke that a 20-year-old "supporter of the student movement," Jennifer Pawluck was arrested in Montreal for...
Montreal Student Arrested For Posting Photo Of Anti-Police Graffiti To Instagram

Researchers use ambient WiFi radio waves to see through walls

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Seeing through walls hasn't been a super hero-exclusive activity for a while now. According to Popular Science, however, University College London researchers Karl Woodbridge and Kevin Chetty have created the first device that can detect movement through walls using existing WiFi signals. While similar tech has required a bevy...
Researchers use ambient WiFi radio waves to see through walls

Apple And Sony Reach Agreement, Giving iRadio Full Record Label Support, Report Claims

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Apple’s rumored iRadio support has just scored a major win, signing up remaining holdout Sony Music according to a new report from AllThingsD’s Peter Kafka. This follows reports earlier this week that talks had successfully resulted in arrangements with Warner Bros. and Universal, which should mean Apple is in a...
Apple And Sony Reach Agreement, Giving iRadio Full Record Label Support, Report Claims
Apple's television revolution is on pause
Aside from sales growth, Apple has no idea what to do or say about Apple TV
Report: More Movies Will Be Streamed Than Watched On Disc In 2012

Creating order from digital chaos

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In the modern era, information overload has become an even larger problem than information scarcity. Data is generated by the ton, and most of it is not remotely relevant or useful. The way we search has even created a gray market in this thin veneer of content, often referred to...
Creating order from digital chaos
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