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Systrom on Andreessen Horowitz: Of course I was furious (but it made everyone work harder)

A very technical answer to the question “Why is the sky dark at night?” [video]

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It’s amazing how many things happen in the world that we simply accept at face value. It gets dark at night, big whoop. But why? Easy, it’s because the earth spins and eventually we’re no longer facing the sun. Or not? Here’s an in-depth explanation of an alternative theory as...
A very technical answer to the question “Why is the sky dark at night?” [video]

Peter Sunde, The Pirate Bay Spokesperson, Details Why His Conviction Was A Farce

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Last week, I noticed that former Pirate Bay spokesperson Peter Sunde had posted the letter that he sent to the Swedish Administration as part of his plea to be pardoned. It was written in Swedish, and I wasn't comfortable that the Google translation was accurate enough. Thankfully, however, Rick Falkvinge...
Peter Sunde, The Pirate Bay Spokesperson, Details Why His Conviction Was A Farce

New Hangouts App Conflicts With Google Voice Feature; Fix Coming

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Last week was a big week for Google+ — the company revamped its stream to look much more Pinteresting, beefed up its photo capabilities to the nth degree, and unified Google’s messaging product across multiple platforms, now dubbed the “new Hangouts.” There’s just one problem with the last feature: Upgrading...
New Hangouts App Conflicts With Google Voice Feature; Fix Coming

Total War 2: Shogun 2: Fall of the Samurai Arrives on March 23

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Video game publisher SEGA has announced that it has set a worldwide launch date of March 23 for Total War: Shogun 2: Fall of the Samurai, the stand alone expansion that will push the Japan-based strategy title in the XIX century and will reveal a new host of conflicts. The...
Total War 2: Shogun 2: Fall of the Samurai Arrives on March 23

Federal judge may approve Google's FTC Safari deal

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At least one of Google's conflicts with the Federal Trade Commission may be close to a finish, as a San Francisco judge has signaled that she may approve a $22.5 million settlement over Google's placement of cookies on Apple's Safari browser. Google agreed to pay the fine in August of...
Federal judge may approve Google's FTC Safari deal

Larry Page Letter Highlights Google's Conflicts

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The Google CEO's long public letter offers an update on corporate strategy and highlights some of the conflicts he faces, notably issues over privacy and sharing....
Larry Page Letter Highlights Google's Conflicts

Apple Posts Initial WWDC 2012 Schedule, Releases Official App

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With less than two weeks to go until WWDC 2012 kicks off, Apple has this morning released the conference schedule as well as the official iOS app and some guides for the conference goers. Developers who were lucky enough to snag tickets to WWDC ’12 can access the schedule here....
Apple Posts Initial WWDC 2012 Schedule, Releases Official App

Memo to would-be journalists - get your drone pilot's licence

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I know it's fashionable for publishers to cut back on staffing so I wonder what they think of this initiative: drone journalism.The film above shows how a drone - more properly called an "unmanned aerial vehicle" - was used to cover this year's record drought in the US state of...
Memo to would-be journalists - get your drone pilot's licence

How to stay sane as an entrepreneur

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A friend who studied entrepreneurship recently started his own company. After being on the sidelines and writing about entrepreneurs for years he decided to leave the academic world and venture out on his own. Two weeks ago we were having dinner and he asked me a simple question: how do...
How to stay sane as an entrepreneur

Latest Rumor Pegs Retina iMac For An October Release

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Grab your salt shakers, friends. The always vocal trade publication, DigiTimes, is reporting that Apple is preparing for an October release of a Retina-equipped iMac following a spec bump this July. This conflicts with previous reports citing Apple executives saying redesigned iMacs would hit next year. It’s entirely possible that...
Latest Rumor Pegs Retina iMac For An October Release

Sony stalls video service plans over net-neutrality concerns

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Sony is reportedly stalling its plans to develop a streaming television service, amid fears over potential net-neutrality conflicts. The company's vice president and general manager of global video, Michael Aragon, has finally confirmed rumors surrounding the service, however he told attendees at Variety's Entertainment & Technology Summit that the plans...
Sony stalls video service plans over net-neutrality concerns

Marc Benioff: Yammer Should Not Have Sold The Company To Microsoft

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Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff said on stage at Disrupt San Francisco 2012 that Yammer should not have sold to Microsoft and that he passed on buying them due to the conflicts with Chatter — it’s own activity stream product. “You can do so much more when you are independent,” Benioff...
Marc Benioff: Yammer Should Not Have Sold The Company To Microsoft

Greg KH Leaves SUSE For Linux Foundation

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New submitter udas writes "Greg Kroah-Hartman, maintainer of the Linux kernel's stable branch, has left his job with SUSE Linux. He is now a fellow at the Linux Foundation. 'There were no direct conflicts working for SUSE, as the people there understand how important the individual developer, and their...
Greg KH Leaves SUSE For Linux Foundation

iPhone 5S Display Rumored to Carry Twice as Many Pixels as iPhone 5

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Chinese site WeiPhone.com reports [Google translation, via Unwired View] that Apple will make a significant change to the display of the iPhone 5S, doubling the number of pixels to roughly 1.5 million. The device will reportedly also see a narrower bezel, although it is unclear exactly how that would be...
iPhone 5S Display Rumored to Carry Twice as Many Pixels as iPhone 5

Google Calendar: Rescheduling Meetings Just Got a Lot Easier

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Google just introduced an interesting new feature for Google Calendar: Smart Rescheduler. This new feature, which will be available in Google Calendar Labs today, will automatically find the best time to reschedule a meeting. If you have ever tried to reschedule a meeting that includes more than two people, a...
Google Calendar: Rescheduling Meetings Just Got a Lot Easier

New Facebook policy conflicts with European law, concerns privacy advocates

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Elements of Facebook's proposed new privacy policy conflict with European law, a key regulator said Friday, as he moved to give users on the continent more power to block the sharing of their data with the company's affiliates, such as Instagram. Read full article >>...
New Facebook policy conflicts with European law, concerns privacy advocates

Tigers take to the night in order to thrive among humans

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Michigan State University As the human population grows, conflicts with wildlife are becoming more common and more intense. Many conservation models are built on the idea that threatened species, especially large carnivores, cannot successfully use the same habitat as humans. These theories claim that large protected areas are needed...
Tigers take to the night in order to thrive among humans

The 5 Best Superbowl 2013 Commercials [Video]

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Creating commercials for the Superbowl is always tough. The need to stand out, make a splash and be remembered naturally conflicts with the high stakes nature of the event.  This explains the yearly default to a short list of themes that always test well with consumers and clients alike: babies,...
The 5 Best Superbowl 2013 Commercials [Video]

Airbnb could get banned from Amsterdam: Local authorities are now hunting for illegal hotels

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Following legal issues across the US, Airbnb is facing serious conflicts with the local government in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Airbnb’s issues in Amsterdam aren’t new; in fact, an investigation into the service was ordered by authorities back in November, led by Alderman Freek Ossel. So far, 200 “suspicious” homes have already been researched, and Parool...
Airbnb could get banned from Amsterdam: Local authorities are now hunting for illegal hotels

Report: How Paid And Earned Facebook Programs Drive In-Store & Online Goals

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Today, with the collaboration of Facebook, comScore unleashed a research report that examined the affect paid and earned Facebook media had on both in-store and online sales.  The data uncovered conflicts wholeheartedly with the recent statements made  by GM, that Facebook Ads don’t work. For... Please visit Marketing Land for the...
Report: How Paid And Earned Facebook Programs Drive In-Store & Online Goals

Sirius app update drops rewind feature for some stations

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The newest update for SiriusXM's iOS and Android app has seen the removal of a very popular feature due to conflicts over licensing rights. As of Version 2.0.2 of the iOS app, SiriusXM has confirmed that users no longer have the ability to rewind five hours on all stations. Sirius...
Sirius app update drops rewind feature for some stations

Microsoft App-V 5.0 takes virtualization to the next level

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The Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) is a suite of tools available to Microsoft Software Assurance customers that enables IT admins to manage Microsoft environments more effectively. App-V--one of the tools included in MDOP--has been updated with significant enhancements IT admins and users will appreciate. What is App-V Let's...
Microsoft App-V 5.0 takes virtualization to the next level

Questetra Helps Managing Business Processes Via The Web, Supports Google Apps

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Which employee does what, when, how and with which tools? That’s a critical question for many companies, which usually rely on business process management (BPM) solutions to visualize, streamline, and implement predefined workflows. Just last month, enterprise SaaS behemoth Salesforce.com rolled out a new BPM tool, Visual Process Manager –...
Questetra Helps Managing Business Processes Via The Web, Supports Google Apps

The DeanBeat: Don’t ya wish these fantasy game consoles were coming?

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With a month to go before this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo video game trade show (E3), rumors are surfacing about next-generation console announcements. We’re not likely to hear much about what sort of features they’ll have for a while with the exception of Nintendo’s upcoming Wii U, which is...
The DeanBeat: Don’t ya wish these fantasy game consoles were coming?

Larry Page letter highlights Google's conflicts

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Google CEO Larry Page published a long public letter on Thursday that gives an update on the company's strategy and highlights some of the conflicts he faces after a year at the head of the company....
Larry Page letter highlights Google's conflicts

HTC may face resurrected patent dispute from IPCom in US

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HTC saw a further setback in its attempts to survive patent conflicts on Monday after a US Court of Appeals in Washington ruled (PDF) that an earlier decision invalidating an IPCom patent in a lawsuit couldn't be upheld. The judge who had overseen the original case, where HTC had sued...
HTC may face resurrected patent dispute from IPCom in US

RIM 'considers' sale options: Should Apple buy BlackBerry?

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If Apple made a bid for Research in Motion, it could took a leaf out of Google’s book by spinning out the business to avoid antitrust conflicts, and spark a real smartphone war....
RIM 'considers' sale options: Should Apple buy BlackBerry?

More on Magic Signatures…

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So the other day I kind of glossed over why the Salmon Protocols idea of “Magic Signatures” is flawed… I wanted to expand on that just a little… Fundamentally it goes back to one very simple and basic principle of Digital Signatures: Only What Is Signed Is Secure. With Magic...
More on Magic Signatures…
Verizon And Motorola Announce FiOS TV Media Server That Can Record Six Shows At Once
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