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Google I/O keynote: Unlocked Galaxy S4, new music service, and better Maps

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Today was filled to the brim with interesting announcements at Google I/O. While Mountain View was focused heavily on new tools and services for developers, a few snazzy consumer-facing features made their way into the keynote as well. No, there isn't any new fancy hardware, but Google is clearly taking...
Google I/O keynote: Unlocked Galaxy S4, new music service, and better Maps

Be concise! – The Top Questions Asked At A Y Combinator Interview

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As of yesterday Y Combinator began its marathon series of interviews to decide which startup teams will ultimately go through the – now world-renowned – program. Interviews go on for five days. Rumours that people have been seen running screaming from the building shouting “The Horror!” have not been confirmed....
Be concise! – The Top Questions Asked At A Y Combinator Interview

AOL's Alto adds visual organization to e-mail

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Attempting to stay relevant in a world where even Yahoo! gets more press, AOL on Thursday launched the beta version of its new cloud-based e-mail management tool, Alto. Alto won't replace Gmail, Yahoo!, AOL, or any other e-mail services. Instead, the free HTML 5-based client manages your existing accounts...
AOL's Alto adds visual organization to e-mail

Introducing the iFactory

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Last week, Apple reported one of the most amazing earning results in corporate history. During the last three months of 2011, the company made $13 billion in profit—more than twice as much as it earned during the same period in 2010, and more than just about any company has ever...
Introducing the iFactory

Engadget's back to school guide 2012

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Welcome to Engadget's back to school hub for 2012! With the payment plan locked in for tuition and fees, you're now free to spend on the fun stuff, and we're here to help! Throughout August, we'll be posting three guides each week, covering all of the categories you see...
Engadget's back to school guide 2012

Get me the best retail guy around! Wait? You say he’s from Dixons?

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Dixons? The retail chain store in the UK? The dated, dusty and generally dreadful technology store? Oh dear. Let’s be clear, Dixons Travel is pretty excellent. I’ve bought quite a lot from them over the years — indeed I even picked up a £1,400 laptop once on a semi-whim. Dixons...
Get me the best retail guy around! Wait? You say he’s from Dixons?

500 Startups-Backed Bombfell Helps Nerds Get Stylish, For Just $69 A Month

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If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, you know how horrendously unfashionable the folks in the startup scene are these days. Offices and coworking spaces from Sunnyvale all the way up to the city are filled to the brim with dudes in jeans, t-shirts, hoodies, and sandals, all...
500 Startups-Backed Bombfell Helps Nerds Get Stylish, For Just $69 A Month

Betabeat’s Spring 2012 Most Poachable Players in Tech

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Silicon Alley may not have its own Bravo reality show, but if Mayor Bloomberg’s constant pomp and circumstance about New York City’s innovative spirit is any indication, New York’s startup scene is on the verge of exploding. For the first time since 1999, the tech sector beat out financial services...
Betabeat’s Spring 2012 Most Poachable Players in Tech

Lessons From Yelp's Ordeal: Retaining Customer Trust is Key

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Here at ReadWriteStart, we've mentioned the importance of credibility as an entrepreneur when meeting with venture capitalists and potential investors, but it is also important to carry that credibility forward into your company as you interface with customers. Amid rumors that it was extorting businesses by offering to de-emphasize negative...
Lessons From Yelp's Ordeal: Retaining Customer Trust is Key

"Deep Water Bath Fills Your Tub to the Brim" ♦ http://j.mp/aG4h2u

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"Deep Water Bath Fills Your Tub to the Brim" ♦ http://j.mp/aG4h2u
Share your drinking habits with a Guinness-activated QR cup

SpaceX Falcon 9 launch provides a rare view of stage 1 and 2 rocket separation

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This morning, SpaceX successfully launched CRS-2 -- the second commercial resupply mission to the International Space Station. The Dragon capsule aboard the Falcon 9 rocket will dock with the ISS on Saturday morning, delivering 1,473 pounds (677kg) of cargo to the astronauts, and will return in a couple of weeks,...
SpaceX Falcon 9 launch provides a rare view of stage 1 and 2 rocket separation

New Y Combinator Event Will Demystify What It’s Like To Work At A Startup

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Since 2005, Y Combinator has been holding regular Startup Schools, where a room full of hackers get to learn tips on starting a company from Silicon Valley’s most seasoned entrepreneurs. The events are always great (and packed to the brim), but until now they’ve neglected one important fact: there are...
New Y Combinator Event Will Demystify What It’s Like To Work At A Startup

Google Earth offers a bird’s eye view of the Queen’s Jubilee procession route

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As part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations in the UK, HRH The Queen will be leading a procession in London this summer and the Google Lat Long blog has the route covered. The capital is bound to be packed with people hoping for a glimpse of the monarch, but if...
Google Earth offers a bird’s eye view of the Queen’s Jubilee procession route

Wanted For Murder And In Hiding, Antivirus Software Inventor John McAfee Is...Keeping A Blog (INTC)

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Antivirus software pioneer John McAfee is on the run from police in Belize. They say they want to question him about the murder of his neighbor. He says they want to kill him, and that the police were the ones who murdered his neighbor. (You recognize McAfee's name, by the way, because...
Wanted For Murder And In Hiding, Antivirus Software Inventor John McAfee Is...Keeping A Blog (INTC)
Tips and tricks for clearing up a cluttered hard drive

wetheurban: HOT OR NOT: INSTAGRAM GLASSES Ok, this seriously...

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wetheurban: HOT OR NOT: INSTAGRAM GLASSES Ok, this seriously takes Instagram to a whole new level. With over 50 million users (Android and iOS combined), there seems to be nothing that can stop Instagram from photo domination. German designer Markus Gerkes has created the first ever "Instaglasses" concept. Seemingly...
wetheurban: HOT OR NOT: INSTAGRAM GLASSES Ok, this seriously...

Screw ads! Here are some other ways your startup could be making money

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There are lots of ways to finance your latest business venture, but one of the funnest ones remains offering a product or service in exchange for money, and people paying for it. You should totally employ that strategy for your startup! We kid, we kid, but not really. It’s no...
Screw ads! Here are some other ways your startup could be making money

Streamy Awards 2010: Here Are the Winners

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The winners of the 2010 Streamy Awards were announced in a ceremony in Los Angeles this evening. We’ve got the complete list of winners below.The Streamys are awarded to web TV series by the International Academy of Web Television — they’re similar to the Oscars, Emmys or Grammys.Crackle’s The...
Streamy Awards 2010: Here Are the Winners

Use IFTTT's custom ESPN trigger channel to keep up with the Olympics

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Over the past few years, there has been an explosion of cool web tools and APIs that allow users to do all kinds of neat stuff. Unfortunately, many of those tools exist in their own silos, unable to be connected in ways that their creators don’t approve of or haven’t...
Use IFTTT's custom ESPN trigger channel to keep up with the Olympics
Intel: Clover Trail Atom chips 'cannot run Linux'
Samsung Galaxy S III for AT&T: impressions and benchmarks

A day at Disneyland with Google Glass

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“Is that Google Glass? Is it really cool?” Those words, spoken by the ticket taker at Disney’s California Adventure park were the first and last time anyone mentioned my head mounted computer on a recent trip. Unlike a lot of other places I’ve worn it, including at WWDC last week...
A day at Disneyland with Google Glass

Android's Robin Gives Siri A Run For Her Money

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Apple's Siri is cool when trying to impress friends or when you need to quickly find out the weather but let's be honest, Siri in her current state isn't all that useful. Meet Robin, Siri's newest rival, available for Android.  You can ask Robin for directions, local places, real-time parking,...
Android's Robin Gives Siri A Run For Her Money
Apple's iPhone 5 event: here's everything that happened

Status Update

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The Gotham Gal and I have received countless messages from many of you wishing us well and volunteering all sorts of things. We even were offered use of a 3400 sf apartment on the upper west side! It is very gratifying to know that so many of you are thinking...
Status Update

There's just four days left to enter our back to school sweepstakes with nearly $50,000 in prizes!

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During the month of August, we published 14 back to school guides, covering product categories ranging from cameras and printers, to smartphones and ultraportables. With each post, we offered a selection of gadget must-haves, but we also gave you an opportunity to enter our massive back to school giveaway,...
There's just four days left to enter our back to school sweepstakes with nearly $50,000 in prizes!

Patent troll claims ownership of interactive Web—and might win

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The city of Tyler, Texas, is better known as the nation’s “rose capital” than as a hotspot of the technology industry. It’s a quiet, conservative city of about 100,000, full of wide streets and big trucks. This week, though, Tyler is the site of a remarkable battle over the...
Patent troll claims ownership of interactive Web—and might win

We're live from IFA 2012 in Berlin!

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Have you ever visited a state fair in the US? Picture the fairgrounds -- perhaps enlarged several fold -- filled to the brim with ultra-slim televisions, giant smartphones, tablets, laptops and enough washers and dryers to keep the entire population of Germany's wardrobe squeaky clean. That's IFA. There may...
We're live from IFA 2012 in Berlin!

RWW Recommends: The Best Twitter Apps for Mobile

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Both the App Store and Google Play brim with Twitter clients vying for your 140-character affections. We cut through the noise to bring you the best apps for unleashing tweets on the go.  A smartphone is the perfect Twitter launchpad. Short and sweet by design, shooting off a tweet from...
RWW Recommends: The Best Twitter Apps for Mobile
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