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CE-Oh no he didn't!: Valve's Gabe Newell says 'Windows 8 is a catastrophe for everyone'

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Always-outspoken Gabe Newell, the big cheese at Valve, made quite a few interesting statements at this year's Casual Connect conference, including the quote above. Gabe believes Microsoft's impending update will drive manufacturers away from the OS and he reiterated Valve's plan to make the entire Steam catalog available on...
CE-Oh no he didn't!: Valve's Gabe Newell says 'Windows 8 is a catastrophe for everyone'

LoveFilm / Aardman deal brings cheese-loving stop motion animation to Amazon-owned UK site

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Great news for UK movie lovers who just can't get enough of eccentric inventors and clever sheep: Amazon-owned LoveFilm has struck a deal to bring Aardman content to its service. The agreement adds properties like Wallace & Gromit, Morph, Creature Comforts, Shaun the Sheep and Rex the Runt to...
LoveFilm / Aardman deal brings cheese-loving stop motion animation to Amazon-owned UK site

The 10 Most Important Companies In Cloud Computing

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Cloud computing, the idea that all kinds of computing can be delivered totally over the Internet, is changing everything. It affects our daily lives ... you don't have to go into the office to grab a file. You can share stuff with anyone across any device. It affects billions of...
The 10 Most Important Companies In Cloud Computing

Mor.sl Offers Recipe Recommendations To Hungry Webonauts

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An entrepreneur we met in DC, Mili Mittal, told us about her site, mor.sl. Unfortunately, she didn’t describe it fully, leading me to believe it was far less cool than it really is. That failure has been averted thanks to a quick browse and subsequent salivation. Mor.sl is, in short,...
Mor.sl Offers Recipe Recommendations To Hungry Webonauts
Say Cheese! Twitter Debuts In-App Photo Filters

Apple releases "Bounce" TV spot for new iPods

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Apple on Wednesday published a new commercial for its new line of iPods. The ad shows Apple’s colorful media players bouncing around to music. Frankly, it’s an odd choice to me, since it seems like a false advertising lawsuit waiting to happen once someone buys an iPod and tries to...
Apple releases "Bounce" TV spot for new iPods

Google launches Knowledge Graph today, wants to understand real things (video)

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Americans and Brits might chuckle at their respective understandings of words like chips, pants and biscuits -- a search engine, however, can't be quite so discerning. As it turns out, Google actually thinks it can, and has been working on its Knowledge Graph project to prove it. Beginning today,...
Google launches Knowledge Graph today, wants to understand real things (video)

LetsWombat Founder On Turning Product Sampling Into A Trackable Marketing Channel

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When I think of product sampling, I remember the glorious days of wheeling around the grocery store with my mom and picking up every cheese and meat-laden toothpick in the building. My mom hated it. She was quite organized, and knew exactly what she wanted from the trip, while...
LetsWombat Founder On Turning Product Sampling Into A Trackable Marketing Channel

Now You Can Pin Quotes to Pinterest

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Pinterest is the new home to images from around the Web. Artists, interior designers, fashionistas and excited brides-to-be are using Pinterest to organize and curate their aesthetic. Among the photos of vintage duffle bags and cheese plates, word-only images have begun to pop up. Toronto-based developer Adam Rotman saw the...
Now You Can Pin Quotes to Pinterest

Deep-Pocketed Wine Site Lot18 Cuts 11 Employees, Scales Back After Heady Expansion

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Mr. James. (Photo: Crunchbase) New York-based Lot18 may have gotten ahead of itself there for a bit. The members-only flash sales site for wine, which raised a total of $44.5 million from investors, is down to 70 employees after a reorganization that was finalized internally today. The company is cutting 11 employees and...
Deep-Pocketed Wine Site Lot18 Cuts 11 Employees, Scales Back After Heady Expansion
The new Bing is here, start peppering your friends with questions

Jolla's Marc Dillon takes over as CEO, Jussi Hurmola to focus on Sailfish

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Following big news from Jolla almost two weeks ago, it's reluctant to go quiet, instead taking to Twitter to announce that Jussi Hurmola is no longer its CEO. This isn't a story of scandal or corporate dissent, but merely a restructuring to allow Hurmola to focus on Sailfish, the...
Jolla's Marc Dillon takes over as CEO, Jussi Hurmola to focus on Sailfish

iPhone App Reveals Tons Of Crazy Facts About What People Eat

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Last week we told you that New Yorkers drink nearly seven times more coffee than other city folks. The finding comes from Massive Health using data collected by an iPhone app called The Eatery.   The app lets users snap a picture of their food, label it (i.e "apple" or "cheeseburger") and then give...
iPhone App Reveals Tons Of Crazy Facts About What People Eat

The connected home: why your fridge may soon be sending you messages

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Manufacturer Siemens has showed off technology at IFA that suggests the future for your appliances may be rather funWhen we talk about "technology", we tend to think of computers, smartphones or operating systems. Is Android better than Apple? Does Nokia make better phones than HTC? The prosaic stuff - fridges,...
The connected home: why your fridge may soon be sending you messages
Earn real recipes while playing Zygna’s new game, Chefville

Amazon Appears To Be Inflating The List Prices Of Some Discounted Items (AMZN)

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You know how when you shop on Amazon there is a price and a then a "list price" which is usually much higher? The effect is that you feel like you're getting a big discount shopping on Amazon. It turns out Amazon might be publishing list prices that are...
Amazon Appears To Be Inflating The List Prices Of Some Discounted Items (AMZN)
Behind the global 'coldscape' that keeps fresh food on our tables
Google Offers gets a boost from new deal partnerships, debuts in four new cities
Legendary Vinod Khosla Wants To Hear Your Tofu Startup Pitch

Android-Based Siri Challenger Maluuba Launches Full Version In India, Partners With OpenTable And Locu In U.S.

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Maluuba, the Android-based Siri competitor and TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco finalist, just announced that it has partnered with OpenTable and the menu and restaurant hours database Locu. Maluuba is also launching a full version of its app in India, allowing users there to access local information about movies, businesses, restaurants...
Android-Based Siri Challenger Maluuba Launches Full Version In India, Partners With OpenTable And Locu In U.S.
LG Motion 4G arrives at MetroPCS with LTE, lower cost unlimited plan

BlackBerry: Now More Embarrassing Than Your Dad [VIDEO]

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If you had to assign every smartphone maker a musical genre, picking out Apple’s would be easy: aging, inoffensive alt-rock. (Hence the Foo Fighters appearance at this month’s iPhone 5 presser or Coldplay “jamming” at its big music event in 2010.) Corporate, with a fading patina of cool. But you...
BlackBerry: Now More Embarrassing Than Your Dad [VIDEO]

10 *MORE* SXSW Parties That You Really, Really Don’t Want to Miss

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This is a guest post from Gary Sharma (aka “The Guy with the Red Tie”), founder & CEO of GarysGuide and proud owner of a whole bunch of black suits, white shirts and, at last count, over 40 red ties. You can follow him at @garysguide and reach him at...
10 *MORE* SXSW Parties That You Really, Really Don’t Want to Miss
Samsung debuts Galaxy S III with S-Voice

Sprint's quad-core LG Optimus G now on pre-order for $199 with contract

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Sprint just announced its customers could pre-order the LG Optimus G starting today for $199.99 with a new two-year contract or eligible upgrade. So, what’s so special about this particular LTE Android smartphone? Well, it has a 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 processor. It also features a 4.7-inch True HD IPS Plus...
Sprint's quad-core LG Optimus G now on pre-order for $199 with contract

Watch Apple's First iPhone 5 TV Ads: "Physics", "Cheese", "Thumb" and "Ears"

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Apple’s making commercials again, but this time they’re really really good. If you’re not sold on picking up an iPhone 5 yet, these ads spotted by Macstories will probably get you stoked. Each ad has a theme and a one word name. The ads show off different capabilities of the...
Watch Apple's First iPhone 5 TV Ads: "Physics", "Cheese", "Thumb" and "Ears"

Remains of the Day: Mongering rumors

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It's time once again to return to the wonderful world of iPhone rumors. Will the new model have a faster processor? Will it come out in October? Will it come in mauve? Meanwhile, Universal makes its movies more...well, universal. The remainders for Monday, April 9, 2012 have, in their lifetime,...
Remains of the Day: Mongering rumors

Apple Put Out These 4 New iPhone 5 Ads In A Row -- And They're Good (AAPL)

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As if the hoards of people camping out to get the iPhone 5 wasn't good publicity enough, Apple rolled out four brand new iPhone 5 ads in quick succession Friday night. And they're good. It's about time considering that for a while, the only iPhone 5 related spots we were...
Apple Put Out These 4 New iPhone 5 Ads In A Row -- And They're Good (AAPL)

Don't Fund Anyone Over Thirty

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Everyone in the tech industry knows this simple fact: the pace of change is accelerating. Legendary venture capitalist Vinod Khosla said that this is having an interesting affect on the industry. Khosla, who is 57, was speaking on Thursday at the prestigious Churchill Club event series. He explained that the...
Don't Fund Anyone Over Thirty

WeatherMob, a Social Network Around the Local Forecast

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Everyone talks about it, but nobody does anything about the weather. A mobile social network centered around the weather seems as unlikely as one for fancy cheese. But Weathermob, a new app for the iPhone, is trying to attract people from all over the world on one of the top...
WeatherMob, a Social Network Around the Local Forecast
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