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Five iPhone 5s in five days: win a 16GB AT&T model with custom Engadget case, courtesy of Cafepress!

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Need ideas for a holiday present for that special someone? We know your significant other would be completely enamored at the sight of a beautiful white custom iPhone 5 case... adorned with Engadget's logo on it (the actual iPhone 5 won't hurt, of course). The phone and case was...
Five iPhone 5s in five days: win a 16GB AT&T model with custom Engadget case, courtesy of Cafepress!

Leaked Nokia Atlas image shows a Windows Phone 8 device heading to Verizon

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When AT&T announced it was keeping the Lumia 920 for itself, plenty of clothes were rended and teeth were gnashed. However, the ever-reliable @evleaks has shown a picture of a Nokia handset, codenamed Atlas, that's bound for Verizon's, erm, less unpopular network. While there's no official confirmation as to...
Leaked Nokia Atlas image shows a Windows Phone 8 device heading to Verizon

The Pros and Cons of Selfie-Destruction

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With 150 million pictures a day being sent by its users, there’s no doubt many of the self-destructing pictures flowing through Snapchat could be described, as, er, compromising. As Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel conceded during his D: Dive Into Mobile interview Tuesday, “Sure … some Snapchats have …erm … people...
The Pros and Cons of Selfie-Destruction
Samsung should bring its Ativ brand to the US, but will it?

13% Sales Tax On Clothes? Hold Onto Your Wallets. They're Just Getting Started.

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13% Sales Tax On Clothes? Hold Onto Your Wallets. They're Just Getting Started.

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

Everpurse Is A Purse That Charges Your Smartphone, Wire-Free

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We’ve heard of bags that charge your gadgets — the Powerbag Instant Messenger comes to mind — but none targeted directly at women. That’s where the Everpurse comes in. It’s a Kickstarter project started by married couple Dan and Liz Salcedo. Essentially, you place your phone in a purse, or...
Everpurse Is A Purse That Charges Your Smartphone, Wire-Free
Flipboard dips its toes into commerce with shoppable Levi's catalog
ZappBug: Seattle startup builds business baking bed bugs

9 Things Betabeat Wishes Startups Would Disrupt

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Get it? Disruptive? (Photo: flickr.com/californiawatch) We receive a lot of pitches touting “disruptive” technologies. Healthcare, education, banking–name an old-line industry and someone is attempting to yank the rug out from underneath it. Well, we’ve got a few pressing requests we’d like addressed. Namely: 1. Dry cleaning: It’s expensive, toxic, inconvenient,...
9 Things Betabeat Wishes Startups Would Disrupt

Rovio’s revenues jump 963% year-on-year to $106.3M in 2011

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The Angry Birds empire of mobile games and merchandise netted Rovio $106.3 million in revenue in 2011, a 963 percent increase over the $10 million the company reported in 2010. According to numbers Rovio released this morning, its earnings before tax were $67.6 million. Rovio’s rapidly expanding consumer products business,...
Rovio’s revenues jump 963% year-on-year to $106.3M in 2011

From software to toilet paper: filmmaker to live open source for a year

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Year of Open Source A filmmaker is planning to spend a year living an open source life—with everything from his clothes to his toilet paper strictly adhering to the philosophy. Sam Muirhead, a New Zealander living in Berlin, will begin his challenge on August 1, 2012 and is raising money on crowdfunding...
From software to toilet paper: filmmaker to live open source for a year

low wage/unskilled workers + a machine that can see through clothes. who could have predicted it would go badly? http://tinyurl.com/2bcwyqs

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low wage/unskilled workers + a machine that can see through clothes. who could have predicted it would go badly? http://tinyurl.com/2bcwyqs

New subscription-based Playboy app for iOS skirts porn rules by leaving the skirts on

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As landmark men's magazine Playboy lands on Apple's iPhone in the form of a new subscription-based app, it will bring a little something extra in its new incarnation: namely, clothes....
New subscription-based Playboy app for iOS skirts porn rules by leaving the skirts on

According to P™: The number one rule of fashion is that white clothes show dog prints best. http://goo.gl/c0Ru

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According to P™: The number one rule of fashion is that white clothes show dog prints best. http://goo.gl/c0Ru

Interchangeable clothing uses magnets to switch up the style

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Accent your magnetic personality with a magnetic wardrobe full of clothes with magnetic closures, interchangeable collars, and removable hoods. [Read more]...
Interchangeable clothing uses magnets to switch up the style
International Buying Machines? Nah, But IBM Is Developing An Augmented Reality Shopping App

A life online: 'I flew to San Francisco to spend the weekend with someone I'd only met on the net'

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Poppy Dinsey, 25, is the creator of What I Wore Today – a blog showing her wearing a different outfit every dayPoppy Dinsey set up her What I Wore Today blog on 1 January 2010, uploading and sharing one photo of herself in a different outfit every day. But having...
A life online: 'I flew to San Francisco to spend the weekend with someone I'd only met on the net'

Hagfish-slime clothes could be new fashion statement

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Slimy hagfish may hold the key to a new fabric that's stronger than nylon and more eco-friendly than polyester. [Read more]...
Hagfish-slime clothes could be new fashion statement

DailyDirt: Like Water Off A Duck's Back...

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Surfaces that repel water are pretty fascinating to watch in action, especially on clothes when possible stains are magically avoided. There are plenty of other uses for hydrophobic materials that are cool, and some newer materials are omniphobic -- even superomniphobic. Here are just a few examples of these products...
DailyDirt: Like Water Off A Duck's Back...
Google Glass can identify friends by their clothing
Feeling the weight of Max Payne 3

Captain Michio and the World of Tomorrow

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By 2020, the word “computer” will have vanished from the English language, physicist Michio Kaku predicts. Every 18 months, computer power doubles, he notes, so in eight years, a microchip will cost only a penny. Instead of one chip inside a desktop, we’ll have millions of chips in all our...
Captain Michio and the World of Tomorrow

Custom Jeans Won't Make Your Butt Look Big, Will Change The Way You Shop

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The future of shopping means every garment--and shopping experience--can be customized to fit both your body and your thirst for discovery.I’ve seen this scenario before, but I will not name names. A woman with a delightful and sensible figure, who looks quite gorgeous from any angle, cranes her neck around...
Custom Jeans Won't Make Your Butt Look Big, Will Change The Way You Shop

Fits.me Finally Shipping A New Robot That Makes It Easier To See What You’re Going To Look In That Suit

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As a fat, lazy blogger, I find myself often buying clothes online only to discover that XXL for a designer in Spain is basically a XXS for babies in America. The resulting shape and return fees were enough to drive me to distraction – until I saw this wild robot...
Fits.me Finally Shipping A New Robot That Makes It Easier To See What You’re Going To Look In That Suit

Treat Yo'self: For Just a $47,000 Hotel Reservation, You Too Can Get a 'Social Media Butler' to Tweet for You

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(Photo: Madisonhoteldc.com) Wondering where to dump that stray $50k you have lying around so that you can spend the presidential inauguration swagging out in some palatial, gold-plated estate? Look no further than D.C.’s Madison Hotel, which is offering an elite “Inaugural Town and Country” package to visitors of the capital...
Treat Yo'self: For Just a $47,000 Hotel Reservation, You Too Can Get a 'Social Media Butler' to Tweet for You

The innovation we need to see before eBooks can completely replace pBooks

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I haven’t bought a paper book since I bought my first iPad in 2010. Before that I bought between 20 and 40 books a year. I also own every Wired magazine, including issue 1.1, but I switched to the digital version as soon as it became available. You could argue...
The innovation we need to see before eBooks can completely replace pBooks
CoutureSQD launches its 'Netflix for clothing' service (exclusive)

Virtual tape measure could find you the perfect jeans with just a webcam

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Finding clothes that fit just right is surprisingly tough for a sizable amount of the population, especially when shopping online. E-tailers have used everything from 3D scanners to mailable mannequins to ensure that customers find the best sizes for them, and the truly picky have probably had a friend...
Virtual tape measure could find you the perfect jeans with just a webcam

Mistash: Pinterest for your product lust

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Everywhere you look, Pinterest has been unavoidable, with its insane rates of growth, and clones popping up left and right in an attempt to get in on the online pinboard action. Mistash is a new California-based site which is, in some ways, similar to Pinterest but has enough of an...
Mistash: Pinterest for your product lust
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