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Red Bull Lands On Flipboard To Give The Social Magazine Another Revenue Stream

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Flipboard has added one more content source to its social reading app, and in the process has opened up another revenue stream for the company as a marketing and advertising vehicle. The Red Bulletin, a magazine published by the marketing/content spinners at energy drink Red Bull, is now appearing as a new,...
Red Bull Lands On Flipboard To Give The Social Magazine Another Revenue Stream

Sony announces massive 84" 4K flat panel TV set to ship this year

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Sony announced on Wednesday that it has developed an 84" 4K resolution TV that will ship later this year. The unfortunately named XBR-84X900 features a "quad full high definition" (QFHD) resolution of 3840x2160 pixels, and comes complete with a detachable 10-driver "virtual 5.1 surround sound" speaker system designed to offer...
Sony announces massive 84" 4K flat panel TV set to ship this year
Google study: bricks & mortar retail
Something new in news: Circa launches a mobile app in which news follows you

Google Adds Facebook Pages to Real-time Search

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Google has announced that it has added a new content source to its real-time search feature: Facebook Pages.Google launched real-time search in December, providing a real-time feed of information from Yahoo Answers, Twitter, blogs, news websites, and other sources for hot or trending search results.Two integrations have lagged though:...
Google Adds Facebook Pages to Real-time Search

Apple poised to enrage cable companies with new ad-blocking tech

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In a move that is sure to strike fear into broadcasters and advertisers everywhere, Apple (AAPL) is apparently working on technology that would automatically shut off broadcast advertisements in favor of preloaded content. AppleInsider reports that a new Apple patent covers a system of “seamless switching between radio and local...
Apple poised to enrage cable companies with new ad-blocking tech

These Are The Publicly-Traded Companies That Have Parts In The New iPad (AAPL)

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The new iPad just launched and consumers are flocking to iPad stores to be among the first owners of the new devices. But Apple isn't the only company praying for big sales of the new iPad. iFixit.com has already completely disassembled the device, and has described all the pieces...
These Are The Publicly-Traded Companies That Have Parts In The New iPad (AAPL)
ReelSurfer beefs up its discovery and video clipping tools, finds surprising success among brands and publishers

New Levi's Catalogue Lets You Shop For Jeans On Flipboard

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Flipboard is now more than just a pretty reader app. With Levi's, Flipboard has launched its first clothing catalogue as iPad, iPhone and Android apps. The new Levi's catalogue is tucked into the Style section, where you can browse Levi's fall collection and buy selections by clicking on the price...
New Levi's Catalogue Lets You Shop For Jeans On Flipboard

Interscope Records relaunches its corporate website for the e-commerce, Twitter generation

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Interscope Records, the record company behind the likes of Lady Gaga, No Doubt, Lana Del Rey, Carly Rae Jepsen and La Roux, is taking a new approach to its corporate website, working to merge traditional and social content. Interscope Geffen A&M (IGA) is actually the full name of the umbrella...
Interscope Records relaunches its corporate website for the e-commerce, Twitter generation

Hudson Booksellers opens online store, expands beyond overpriced sundries

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Is it not enough to make a killing selling $5 bottles of Dasani and two-pill packs of Tylenol? Hudson Booksellers, from the folks behind those fine Hudson News airport establishments, has begun peddling e-books and book books online. The site, which appears to be (at least partially) powered by...
Hudson Booksellers opens online store, expands beyond overpriced sundries
Branch aspires to be a simplified, successful Google Wave

Are Google's SERPs getting too messy?

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Google might as well have been called Simple. Back when Google was a new entrant in the search engine market and larger competitors were cluttering up their homepages with as much content as could be aggregated on a single page, Google took a different approach and offered internet users an...
Are Google's SERPs getting too messy?

Introducing Iris: A Big Leap Forward in Drawing Meaning from the Web

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Today we’re incredibly proud to be launching the next generation of our content normalization engine, codenamed Iris. It’s live right now and you’ll start to see improved results as you use Readability over the next few weeks. For the past year, while Readability’s adoption and growth accelerated, we began thinking...
Introducing Iris: A Big Leap Forward in Drawing Meaning from the Web

Remember When Timehop Got Better? The Time Machine For Your Social Updates Gets An iPhone App

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New York-based startup Timehop is still digging through your old tweets, Facebook posts and Instagram photos to make you remember your past self. Originally, Timehop aggregated all this data and sent you a daily email. It is now going a step further by encapsulating this in an attractive iPhone app...
Remember When Timehop Got Better? The Time Machine For Your Social Updates Gets An iPhone App
Death To Powerpoint! Piccsy Rethinks The Pitchdeck, Gets Tons Of Pageviews
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