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Briefly: Google updates Google Now, Chrome for Android

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An update to the Google Search app on Android has added package tracking to Google Now. New cards will show updates to shipped online orders from retailers in real-time, including an estimated arrival date, according to Droid-Life. Individual cards also have an info button, providing quick settings for the card's...
Briefly: Google updates Google Now, Chrome for Android

Google Now: There's A Fine Line Between Cool And Creepy

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There’s something very cool about Google Now, which the company announced at its I/O developer conference a few weeks ago. At the same time, though, Now also has the potential to become Google’s creepiest service yet. Here is what it does (assuming you opt in to the service and have...
Google Now: There's A Fine Line Between Cool And Creepy

The New Foursquare Is Just A Twist On The Same Old Strategy

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This is a news note from Business Insider Intelligence, a new research and analysis service focused on the mobile and Internet businesses. Sign up for a free trial here. Foursquare recently unveiled the "New Foursquare", the latest version of its product.  You may have heard that it was a radical...
The New Foursquare Is Just A Twist On The Same Old Strategy
Google wants to ditch passwords, let you log in with the ring on your finger

Rogers launches LTE Rocket USB dongle and mobile hotspot, revamps 4G pricing

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Hold on to your campaign hats people, Rogers has some blazingly fast new LTE devices for your consideration: the AirCard 330U LTE Rocket and AirCard 763S LTE mobile hotspot. Both Sierra Wireless 4G cards support the 1700MHz, 2100MHz and 2600MHz bands for theoretical peak downloads of 100Mbps, while real-world...
Rogers launches LTE Rocket USB dongle and mobile hotspot, revamps 4G pricing

NVIDIA outs new mobile GPU line, boasts 'every leading notebook manufacturer' support

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In NVIDIA's ongoing efforts to monopolize the technical-sounding graphics card market, the California-based components manufacturer today announced a new mobile line of GPUs aimed at notebook computing. That's five new GPUs in total, with the GeForce GT 720M and 735M making up the "mainstream" segment, while the GT 740M,...
NVIDIA outs new mobile GPU line, boasts 'every leading notebook manufacturer' support

Eye-Fi Pro X2 cards have arrived, and you probably want one

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Filed under: AccessoriesI pre-ordered an Eye-Fi Pro X2 from Amazon a few weeks ago. (Don't be too jealous, I did it when I decided that I was going to have to wait for an iPad for financial reasons.) This is not my first Eye-Fi card, as I bought a 2GB...
Eye-Fi Pro X2 cards have arrived, and you probably want one

Google Play leak shows revised, simplified design choices

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A redesign of the Google Play store is in the works, according to a report. The refined store, said to be version 4.0.16, appears to show a highly-simplified and clean design, complete with larger icons, a design influence at seems to be inspired by Google Now cards, and a lighter-in-appearance...
Google Play leak shows revised, simplified design choices

Twitter's Lead Generation Card gives brands your info with just the click of a button

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Twitter Cards are meant to enhance a user's -- er, advertiser's -- tweets with relevant links and photo previews. Three such cards currently exist, but today the social network introduced a new one: the Lead Generation Card (marketing speak, much?), which essentially lets users accept discounts and provide the...
Twitter's Lead Generation Card gives brands your info with just the click of a button

Instagram pulls Cards support from Twitter, favors its own web experience

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Something's amiss with Instagram links on Twitter and it's not just the overabundance of unnecessarily filtered photos. Users have noticed that, upon clicking those links, images are displaying incorrectly and, in some cases, showing up as cropped. There's no need to drag out the fail whale though (apart from...
Instagram pulls Cards support from Twitter, favors its own web experience

NVIDIA announces Quadro K5000 for Mac Pro, brings 4K support, 2x performance over Quadro 4000

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NVIDIA's Kepler-powered Quadro K5000 GPU will be making its way to Apple's Mac Pro systems, the company announced today at IBC. The professional graphics card made its debut earlier this summer and is slated to ship beginning in October for $2,249. Timing for the Quadro K5000 for Mac isn't...
NVIDIA announces Quadro K5000 for Mac Pro, brings 4K support, 2x performance over Quadro 4000

Storify's beautiful new site brings user profiles, focus on search, media and major events

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Today, the social media aggregation service Storify launches a new version of its site that focuses on fronting user-created media and content, as well as a more prominent search function. The site’s design is dramatically different and, I feel, more closely reflects the way that people use the service. If...
Storify's beautiful new site brings user profiles, focus on search, media and major events

Cards Against Humanity's 'Pay-What-You-Want' sale results in $70,000 donation to Wikipedia

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Today Cards Against Humanity announced that its ‘Pay-What-You-Want’ holiday promotion for its card game resulted in a profit of $70,066.27. The company donated that sum to Wikimedia, the parent corporation of Wikipedia. According to Cards, it sold around 85,000 sets of its game, with the average paid price averaging out...
Cards Against Humanity's 'Pay-What-You-Want' sale results in $70,000 donation to Wikipedia

Google Now arrives in Chrome Canary for Windows and shows up in the notification center, still can't be used

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Just a few weeks ago, Google Now showed up in the latest Chromium build for Windows, further fueling speculation that the service was coming to the desktop. The intelligent personal assistant, still limited to Chrome OS and Windows, has now arrived in the Canary channel, cementing the expectation that Google...
Google Now arrives in Chrome Canary for Windows and shows up in the notification center, still can't be used

Viral Video: Kobe Versus Messi

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So, how does an ad for Turkish Airlines get more than 58 million views on YouTube? Well, pairing basketball star Kobe Bryant and famed soccer player Leo Messi with a kid. Also lots of cards and ice cream. Enjoy:...
Viral Video: Kobe Versus Messi

Everything Everywhere announce the UK's first major 4G service, EE: combines Orange and T-Mobile networks

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Finally, after gaining approval from UK regulator Ofcom, Everything Everywhere announced today that its calling its incoming 4g service EE. It's a new company, new network and a new brand. Officially formed of the combined network might of Orange and T-Mobile has been allowed to use 4G services on...
Everything Everywhere announce the UK's first major 4G service, EE: combines Orange and T-Mobile networks

Skyfire 2.0 Brings Flash Video to Android

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While Flash on the iPhone and iPad certainly isn't in the cards, it looks like it will be coming to Android even sooner than Google VP Any Rubin said it would. Mobile browser company Skyfire released version 2.0 today, which brings Flash video to Android along with a few other...
Skyfire 2.0 Brings Flash Video to Android

Heroku's New Add-Ons Marketplace Is A "Program In A Box" For Developers

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Heroku announced a new version of its Add-Ons Marketplace to give developers a “program in a box,” so they can focus on the apps they’re developing instead of spending time on such issues as marketing and billing. Heroku CEO Oren Teich said in an interview that the company has found that developers need...
Heroku's New Add-Ons Marketplace Is A "Program In A Box" For Developers

Dropcards™: The industry leader in custom music download cards.

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Dropcards™: The industry leader in custom music download cards.
Google refreshes Drive for Android interface, adds option to 'scan' paper documents

Global Payments Says Fewer Than 1.5M Cards Affected in Data Theft

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Payments processing services company, Global Payments said late Sunday that information on up to 1.5 million card numbers may have been "exported" as a result of......
Global Payments Says Fewer Than 1.5M Cards Affected in Data Theft

Disney Pairs RFID Chips, iPads for FastPass Update

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Guests can test the new system, which involves FastPass cards containing RFID chips, with cast members tracking traffic via iPad....
Disney Pairs RFID Chips, iPads for FastPass Update

6-8 Weeks Until Bitcoin Debit/Credit Card, says BitInstant

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Those of you who have been around the Bitcoin block a time or two have probably heard of, and even used, BitInstant. BitInstant is a service that provides the ability to transfer funds between Bitcoin and governmental currencies much more quickly than would otherwise be possible. They're also well known...
6-8 Weeks Until Bitcoin Debit/Credit Card, says BitInstant

Turn your Nook HD+ into an Android 4.1 tablet

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N2A Cards now supports Barnes & Noble's big, beautiful new tablet, giving you the full Jelly Bean experience for as little as $19.99. [Read more]...
Turn your Nook HD+ into an Android 4.1 tablet
Messaging war survivor Kik retools with new custom features

We're liveblogging Sony's E3 2012 keynote, tonight at 9PM ET!

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The PlayStation 4? The Vita 2? Pipedreams for E3 2012, perhaps, but Sony's surely going to put on a show, as always, with this year's E3 press event. A Vita price cut seems like it might be in the cards, to help reinvigorate interest in the company's portable. We'll...
We're liveblogging Sony's E3 2012 keynote, tonight at 9PM ET!

PayPal unveils mobile payment system for small businesses

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PayPal is targeting small businesses, service providers, and casual sellers on the move with its new PayPal Here service which allows vendors to process a variety of payments including checks and cards using their mobile phones....
PayPal unveils mobile payment system for small businesses

Google Now Comes Online (Well, Its Homepage Does)

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Google Now, the smart personal search assistant announced yesterday at Google I/O, has now come online. Well, the landing page for the service has come online, that is. The new site introduces the key aspects to Google Now, which arrives in Google’s next mobile operating system, Android 4.1 (aka Jelly...
Google Now Comes Online (Well, Its Homepage Does)
Google Must Not Like Sports, As Google Now Will Crash When You Try And Add Or Remove Teams From The Sports Card

Balanced releases its Payouts API as a standalone offering giving access to next-day ACH deposits

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Marketplace payment service Balanced has announced the official release of its Balanced Payouts, a standalone API that allows developers to tap into next-day ACH deposits . While not a new feature for the company, it is the first time it has been released on its own — previously it was part...
Balanced releases its Payouts API as a standalone offering giving access to next-day ACH deposits
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