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Nuji announces new partnerships to offer even more to loyal online shoppers

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Today Nuji takes to the stage at The Next Web Conference Startup Rally. The commerce service that has been dubbed ‘Pinterest with rewards‘ is announcing new partnerships with French Connection and Red Wing shoes. Visitors who come to see the Startup Rally action will be presented with a link on...
Nuji announces new partnerships to offer even more to loyal online shoppers
HTC First can revert to stock Android in lieu of Facebook Home (update)
Cook Reveals More Details About Apple’s Product Naming Policies, And Yes, The ‘S’ Stands For Siri

Valve launches Greenlight to let community decide which games get released on Steam

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Over the past few years, Valve’s Steam platform has become the gold standard of online games marketplaces. Now, the company is launching Steam Greenlight, a new system that will allow the platform’s users to vote for games that they want to see released for purchase there. The system is simple,...
Valve launches Greenlight to let community decide which games get released on Steam

Yelp for Business: 4 Steps for Success

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This post originally appeared on the American Express OPEN Forum, where Mashable regularly contributes articles about leveraging social media and technology in small business.For local small businesses, Yelp isn’t just an option — it’s a necessity. People in urban centers use it to choose where to go to dinner,...
Yelp for Business: 4 Steps for Success

TiVo adds new ways to consume content with dedicated mobile streaming services, access via multiple TVs

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TiVo announced two new major products which will make it all that much easier and convenient for viewers to keep up with their favourite programming, both at home and while out and about. The two products take TiVo content beyond the existing platform. The first, the TiVo IP set-top box,...
TiVo adds new ways to consume content with dedicated mobile streaming services, access via multiple TVs

5 tips for using Google Buzz on your phone

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A few weeks ago we released Google Buzz for mobile. There are many ways to access Google Buzz from your phone, but the web app (buzz.google.com) provides the most complete viewing and posting experience on an iPhone or Android 2.0+ device (more platforms are coming soon). Today, we'd like to...
5 tips for using Google Buzz on your phone

Surface Pro staff tease new accessories, explain battery life and storage

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Now that the Surface Pro is a fait accompli, there's more than a few questions circulating from prospective buyers. The project's Panos Panay and his team have stepped up to answer them on Reddit, and they've shedded some light on just about everything, including later plans. The Pro-specific connectors...
Surface Pro staff tease new accessories, explain battery life and storage
Microsoft Asks 'Are You Being Scroogled?' in Hilariously Melodramatic Anti-Google Campaign

Top10 makes its database of opinion-based lists more social with its neat new Web app

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UK-based opinion-aggregating, recommendation platform Top10 has rolled out a major update to its website, with a view towards helping users share and discover the best music, films, products and everything in between. Oh, and it seems that Spotify has played a role in its latest Web-based incarnation. Just to give...
Top10 makes its database of opinion-based lists more social with its neat new Web app

Twitter Survey Wants to Know What You Think

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Twitter Survey Wants to Know What You Think is a post from Chris PirilloIf you’re a Twitter user, the service is hoping you can spare 140 seconds of your time to help make the site even better. There are seven short questions which will ask your opinion on a variety...
Twitter Survey Wants to Know What You Think

Apple combats Netflix with Apple TV Genius suggestions for movies and TV shows

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Apple has issued an update to its Apple TV software that ads the Genius feature to its Movie and TV sections, reports Appleinsider. It seems clear that this was always coming, but in practice it makes a ton of sense as a counterpart to Netflix’s recommendation engine. The new sections...
Apple combats Netflix with Apple TV Genius suggestions for movies and TV shows

Citrix releases desktop as a service improvements for providers

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As desktop as a service (DaaS) continues to mature as a potential option for enterprises, service providers are attempting to automate and optimize their DaaS offerings, which officials at Citrix say will ultimately lead to lower costs and more choices for end users....
Citrix releases desktop as a service improvements for providers

Browser Ballot update: Opera downloads triple, crusty web geek finds reason to bitch

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Filed under: Browsers It appears as though the Browser Ballot screen Microsoft recently pushed to EU residents via Windows update is having the desired effect -- at least if you're not Microsoft. Opera, who recently shined up version 10.50 of their browser, has seen downloads triple since the screen went...
Browser Ballot update: Opera downloads triple, crusty web geek finds reason to bitch

Twitter now forces you to use its own image service in its iOS apps

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We knew it was coming, but with the release of its new iOS apps earlier today, Twitter has confirmed that it has dropped the option allowing users to select a third-party image upload service, forcing them to use its own service powered by Photobucket. When entering the options screen in...
Twitter now forces you to use its own image service in its iOS apps

Step in the time machine as the Ars OpenForum talks retro gaming

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Remember Altered Beast? One advantage of playing video games in 2012 is that users can take their pick across genre, platform (hear our recent podcast on PCs versus consoles), solo games, MMOs, and more. With many decades of games behind them, players can now also select games based on era....
Step in the time machine as the Ars OpenForum talks retro gaming

Samsung: Apple's Win Is a Loss For Consumers and We Will Fight It

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Apple’s sweeping legal victory over Samsung in the pair’s closely watched patent battle is a blow not just for Samsung, but to consumers as well. That’s Samsung’s official response to a U.S. jury’s finding that it owes Apple some $1.051 billion in damages for willfully infringing a number of the...
Samsung: Apple's Win Is a Loss For Consumers and We Will Fight It

JustGiving just made it a whole lot easier to donate cash from your phone

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JustGiving, the online platform for donating to charities, has simplified the process for giving cash from a mobile phone  in the hope that it will encourage future repeat donations. The new ‘one-touch’ donation process was announced by the London-based company on Thursday. Lee Marshall, Product Manager at Just Giving, said...
JustGiving just made it a whole lot easier to donate cash from your phone

Twitter Expands Keyword Targeting Choices For Promoted Tweets

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Advertisers using Twitter’s Promoted Tweets product have new keyword options to target their tweets in Twitter’s search results, along with a new tool to import keywords from other online ad platforms. The company is launching three keyword matching options, along with the ability to... Please visit Marketing Land for the...
Twitter Expands Keyword Targeting Choices For Promoted Tweets

Open vs. Closed: The Cloud Wars

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Corporations are moving to cloud computing a lot faster than expected, and the big incumbent players are moving fast too. They are using their strongest assets, business relationships and lots of different products, to create new ways to lock in customers. Their opponents, the young start-ups, are uniting to offer...
Open vs. Closed: The Cloud Wars

Walter Cronkite Demonstrates the Home of the Future in 1967

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Take heart. You could be controlling your television from a panel half the size of a pool table. Sometimes, I take the remote control and the hardware and software it controls for granted. Increasingly complex television choices have overtaxed our television user interfaces. We ask too much of the humble...
Walter Cronkite Demonstrates the Home of the Future in 1967

The Economist unbundles digital from print subscriptions

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For a 170-year-old magazine, The Economist has been surprisingly nimble in navigating the digital age. That’s why it’s worth noting the venerable UK publication’s latest business move — charging a premium to new print subscribers who want digital access to the magazine. “We’ve got three choices now. There’s a print-only,...
The Economist unbundles digital from print subscriptions
Croppola recomposes your poorly-framed photos for you (hands-on)

Apple's original iPhone marketers pondered such names as TriPod, Mobi and iPad

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Ken Segall, Apple's former advertising head who coined the iTerm for its product naming convention, told students at the University of Arizona that they could be pocketing a "TelePod" right now instead of an iPhone, according to 9to5Mac. That was among the now-strange-sounding names Cupertino pondered for the device,...
Apple's original iPhone marketers pondered such names as TriPod, Mobi and iPad

Automattic Founder Matt Mullenweg Talks WordPress, Blogging And Twitter VS. Instagram At LeWeb

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At LeWeb Paris today, Automattic‘s founder Matt Mullenweg and Gigaom‘s Om Malik took the stage to talk about WordPress, the state of blogging and the recent friction between Twitter and Instagram. According to Mullenweg, the problem with many of the services like Facebook and Twitter is that they aren’t user-centric...
Automattic Founder Matt Mullenweg Talks WordPress, Blogging And Twitter VS. Instagram At LeWeb

Google Edition phones could jumpstart an Android ROM renaissance

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More choices in stock Android phones is great, but this test run could change the way we experience Android as a whole....
Google Edition phones could jumpstart an Android ROM renaissance

ReadWrite Mobile Carrier Survey: What Would It Take For You To Switch?

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Choosing the right mobile carrier is a big decision for everyone from individuals to small and large corporations. There are lots of factors to consider in making the right choice, from coverage areas and reliability to speeds and technologies to what handsets are available. Just as important, the choices you...
ReadWrite Mobile Carrier Survey: What Would It Take For You To Switch?

Review: A year with the superb Tom Bihn Super Ego and Tri-Star bags

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Just over a year ago, bag maker Tom Bihn contacted me to see if I’d like to try out one of their larger SuperEgo bags and the carry-on Tri-Star. I said sure as I’d had experience with their bags before and I knew they built good stuff. At first, I...
Review: A year with the superb Tom Bihn Super Ego and Tri-Star bags
Hipster Explains: Not All Data Transfers Are Created Equally

Using User-Choices

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Using User-Choices
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?