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Why It's Finally Time To Break Up Hewlett-Packard

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Hewlett-Packard is in big trouble. That's hardly news. But things have now gotten so bad that Wall Street analysts are starting to call for the breakup of the iconic tech company. Here's why they're right. Lately, HP hasn't had much good news for investors. Its stock is in the...
Why It's Finally Time To Break Up Hewlett-Packard

Emerging paid iOS apps: iTranslate Voice, Hambo and Bejeweled HD

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Austrian developer Sonico Mobile and its utility iTranslate Voice again take the No. 1 spot on the top paid iPhone app charts this week, no doubt helped along by the app’s continuing $0.99 sale price. Although there were few new apps on the paid iPhone charts, independent developer Robert Szeleney makes a...
Emerging paid iOS apps: iTranslate Voice, Hambo and Bejeweled HD

Early Windows 8 mockups show Microsoft planned to dump Start menu back in 2010

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Unlike the KIN phones where Microsoft (MSFT) clearly had no idea what it was doing from development to launch, the company did have a clear vision for what wanted Windows 8 to look like. iStartedSomething has published a handful of mockups from the Windows design team showing off an early version of the operating system’s tile-based Start...
Early Windows 8 mockups show Microsoft planned to dump Start menu back in 2010

Emerging paid iOS apps: Shark Dash, Hambo and SpellTower

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This week’s paid charts start with a familiar description — once again, Rovio leads the top paid app chart with Angry Birds Space, holding the No. 1 spot on the iPhone and iPad. However, the momentum behind Zynga’s Draw Something does appear to be slowing as the app drops to...
Emerging paid iOS apps: Shark Dash, Hambo and SpellTower

This week's headlines from across Inside Network

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A roundup of all the news Inside Network brought you between July 2 and 7. Inside Mobile Apps Tracking the convergence of mobile apps, social platforms and virtual goods. Monday, July 2 Burn up the quarter-mile with NaturalMotion’s CSR Racing Chrome, CSR Racing and Clear Vision and more on this...
This week's headlines from across Inside Network

Emerging paid iOS apps: Skylanders Cloud Patrol, Voice Assistant and Civilization Revolution

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Much like last week’s top paid charts, Rovio and Zynga continue to hold the No. 1 and No. 2 spots on iOS. Despite the strength of Angry Birds Space and Draw Something, however, some new apps were able to crack the top 10. Activision’s Skylanders Cloud Patrol makes its chart debut...
Emerging paid iOS apps: Skylanders Cloud Patrol, Voice Assistant and Civilization Revolution

So You Want to Start A Company? Here's 9 Attributes You'll Need

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Entrepreneurial activity is as fervent as it’s ever been. As a venture capitalist, I’m constantly meeting people who tell me they want to start a company. Successful founders – the ones that eventually become serial entrepreneurs – are a breed of their own. After almost 28 years of meeting, partnering with,...
So You Want to Start A Company? Here's 9 Attributes You'll Need

Startup Spotlight: Your Brandlive helps Internet retailers communicate with shoppers

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Portland-based startup Your Brandlive formally launched today, announcing a new video social commerce platform designed to help make the retailer-customer relationship more personal. Essentially, Your Brandlive is a project of Cascade Web Development, connecting online retailers with online shoppers through live video chat. One sales person is able to communicate with hundreds...
Startup Spotlight: Your Brandlive helps Internet retailers communicate with shoppers

My Column Is Heading to CNET!

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Tweet Dear friends, colleagues and supporters, I’m thrilled to announce that I’m joining CNET and CBS Interactive as a contributing columnist and commentator! Ever since my departure from Mashable, I’ve posted my personal take on the big technology news of the day on BenParr.com. The response to my work...
My Column Is Heading to CNET!

The Wellington Declaration

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"Give to us clear vision that we may know where to stand and what to stand for—because unless we stand for something, we shall fall for anything. " —Peter Marshall. This week marks the start in Wellington New Zealand of the next round of ACTA negotiations, nominally the US-led Anti-Counterfeiting...
The Wellington Declaration

Foodspotting CEO Alexa Andrzejewski On The $10 Million Sale To OpenTable, And The Importance Of Telling Your Startup's Story [TCTV]

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The startup world woke up to some exciting news this morning, with the $10 million cash sale of restaurant dish photo sharing and recommendation app Foodspotting to online restaurant reservation giant OpenTable. So were very pleased to have Foodspotting co-founder and CEO Alexa Andrzejewski stop by TechCrunch TV this...
Foodspotting CEO Alexa Andrzejewski On The $10 Million Sale To OpenTable, And The Importance Of Telling Your Startup's Story [TCTV]

Deutsche Telekom invests $2.63M in Germany’s Flaregames (exclusive)

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Germany’s Flaregames, a mobile game startup headed by Gameforge founder Klaas Kersting, has raised $2.63 million (2 million euros) from Deutsche Telekom’s investment arm. T-Venture Investment will take a stake in Karlsruhe, Germany-based Flaregames, which is making free-to-play games for a variety of mobile platforms. The deal comes on...
Deutsche Telekom invests $2.63M in Germany’s Flaregames (exclusive)
How Elon Musk Is Revolutionizing Two Major Industries At The Same Time

HP CEO says webOS will be better than ‘fragmented’ Android and ‘closed’ iOS

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Though Hewlett-Packard was unable to produce webOS devices that consumers were interested in buying — at a positive margin, at least — CEO Meg Whitman still thinks the beleaguered platform has legs. After unsuccessfully trying to sell or license webOS, HP decided late last year to donate its $1.2 billion platform...
HP CEO says webOS will be better than ‘fragmented’ Android and ‘closed’ iOS

The Future Of RIM: “BlackBerry Isn’t For Everyone”

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Today is BlackBerry Jam, RIM’s developer conference or WWDC equivalent. It’s RIM’s moment to redefine, rejuvenate, and re-establish itself in the world. Whether or not the company can pull it off, however, is an entirely different matter. BlackBerry 10, RIM’s brand new platform, has been delayed, run into naming issues,...
The Future Of RIM: “BlackBerry Isn’t For Everyone”

Emerging paid iOS apps: Lock My Screen, Angry Birds Space and Spelltower

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In a repeat of last week’s paid app charts, Rovio and Zynga still have the No. 1 and No. 2 spots on both iPhone and iPad under tight control. This week’s No. 5 paid app is Triple A App’s Lock My Screen. Released on March 9, the $0.99 app has...
Emerging paid iOS apps: Lock My Screen, Angry Birds Space and Spelltower

Emerging paid iOS apps: Infinity Blade, Clear Vision and Angry Birds Space

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Established hits dominate the paid app charts this week. Rovio’s Angry Birds Space holds the No. 1 spot on both the iPhone and iPad paid app charts this week, continuing the chart-topping success of its debut.  Zynga’s Draw Something follows in second place on both charts. Epic’s Infinity Blade holds the No. 4 spot...
Emerging paid iOS apps: Infinity Blade, Clear Vision and Angry Birds Space

FRICTION AT AOL: Arianna Is A Huge 'Headache'… But Also The Most Valuable Person At AOL (AOL)

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A year after AOL acquired The Huffington Post for $350 million, sources say AOL CEO Tim Armstrong is getting frustrated with working with Arianna Huffington, who became President at AOL after the deal.   So is Arianna on her way out? Is Tim? A source close to AOL and its...
FRICTION AT AOL: Arianna Is A Huge 'Headache'… But Also The Most Valuable Person At AOL (AOL)

Acer Comes After Former CEO Gianfranco Lanci For Breach Of Non-Compete

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Good morning, and welcome to our Tuesday edition of People Suing Each Other. In the far corner, we have the number four PC maker in the world, Acer, based out of Taiwan; and in the other corner we have Acer former CEO Gianfranco Lanci, based out of Italy, who resigned...
Acer Comes After Former CEO Gianfranco Lanci For Breach Of Non-Compete

Chrome, CSR Racing and Clear Vision and more on this week’s top free iOS apps

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Google’s brand new iOS version of its popular web browser Chrome goes straight to the No. 1 spot on the iPad and iPhone charts this week, toppling last week’s champion, the free version of Angry Birds Space, which slips to No. 11 on the iPhone app chart and No. 4...
Chrome, CSR Racing and Clear Vision and more on this week’s top free iOS apps
The Struggle
Official: Yellow pages may be worthless

Emerging top grossing iOS Apps: MLB At Bat, Comics and The Tribez

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This week sees a change of pace on the top grossing iOS apps, with neither Zynga nor Rovio in the No. 1 spots. Instead, Major League Baseball’s MLB At Bat takes the top spot on the iPhone top grossing charts and ComiXology’s Comics takes No. 1 on the iPad charts....
Emerging top grossing iOS Apps: MLB At Bat, Comics and The Tribez

Emerging top grossing iOS Apps: MLB at Bat, Turbo Tax and iMobsters

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Uncharacteristically, non-game apps top both the iPhone and iPad top grossing app charts this week. On the iPhone, Major League Baseball’s MLB At Bat takes the top spot for the second week in a row. On the iPad, TurboTax 2011 Tax Preparation vaults to the No. 1 position as the U.S. tax...
Emerging top grossing iOS Apps: MLB at Bat, Turbo Tax and iMobsters
Globalfoundries goes independent, buying out AMD ownership

Emerging paid iOS apps: iTranslate Voice, Pandemic 2.5 and N.O.V.A 3 – Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance

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Austrian developer Sonico Mobile and its utility iTranslate Voice takes the top spot on the iPhone paid apps chart this week. The app allows users to speak to their phones and have their words translated and rebroadcast in one of 31 available languages. Released on May 10, the app is currently...
Emerging paid iOS apps: iTranslate Voice, Pandemic 2.5 and N.O.V.A 3 – Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance

The Man Behind The Mac OS Is Working On A Mystery Startup With Other Ex-Apple Employees (AAPL)

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Bertrand Serlet is widely considered to be the brains behind Apple's Mac operating system. He was even mentioned as a possible successor to Steve Jobs at one point. So it came as a shock to some when Serlet decided to step down in March, 2011 after 22 years with the...
The Man Behind The Mac OS Is Working On A Mystery Startup With Other Ex-Apple Employees (AAPL)

This week's new games

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Kinect: Star Wars, Xbox 360The image conjured up by Kinect Star Wars is one of you wielding a lightsaber in your sitting room.The profoundly disappointing reality is you standing in front of the TV, forlornly waving an empty hand while your character thrashes about, almost randomly, on screen. Ducking and...
This week's new games

Emerging paid iOS apps: Ski Safari, Pandemic 2.5 and Robbery Bob

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Rovio’s mega-hit Angry Birds Space once again topped the iPhone and iPad charts in a week that showed little movement amongst the top paid apps. Although the iPhone charts were mostly dominated by established hits like Angry Birds Space, Camera+ and Draw Something, a few new and newer apps were...
Emerging paid iOS apps: Ski Safari, Pandemic 2.5 and Robbery Bob

Clear Vision 2, The Room, After Burner Climax and more on this week's top paid app charts

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Clear Vision 2, a sequel to the original sniper game Clear Vision, launched last week and it has already reached the top five on the top paid iPhone apps chart, landing at the No. 4 spot as of today.  My Scans PRO, [which app discovery service AppGratis yesterday discounted by 65...
Clear Vision 2, The Room, After Burner Climax and more on this week's top paid app charts
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