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Samsung's Galaxy S4: A crowd-pleaser without much taste (review)

venturebeat.com
July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Early Bird Tickets on Sale With the Galaxy S4, Samsung has mastered the art of churning out popular Android phones. Big screen? Check. Powerful hardware? Check. A horrendous-yet-friendly Android Skin? You betcha. But while the Galaxy S4 ticks off all the right checkboxes...
Samsung's Galaxy S4: A crowd-pleaser without much taste (review)
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Microsoft to developers: We've built it, they will come

arstechnica.com
Enlarge Universal pictures / Megan Geuss It's day one of Microsoft BUILD, the company's major developer conference. Traditionally at these things (this is only the second BUILD, but before build, there were almost 20 years of PC conferences that served a similar purpose) the keynote presentations are developer-heavy. The...
Microsoft to developers: We've built it, they will come

Samsung dives into the Galaxy S4′s design (spoiler: it's all about nature again)

venturebeat.com
July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Early Bird Tickets on Sale Even Samsung admits that the Galaxy S4 isn’t a “radical difference” from the Galaxy S III. Instead, the phone is “more of an evolution,” a Samsung employee says in a new video detailing the Galaxy S4′s design story....
Samsung dives into the Galaxy S4′s design (spoiler: it's all about nature again)
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Pokki Attempts To Fix Windows 8 By Adding A Start Menu, Web App Store

techcrunch.com
SweetLabs took the wraps off a new and improved version of its Pokki software this morning. It adds a Start menu back into Windows 8 that is loaded with functionality above that found in previous versions of Windows. Like previous builds of Pokki, the software also packs a web app...
Pokki Attempts To Fix Windows 8 By Adding A Start Menu, Web App Store

Do The Right Thing

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Twitter’s decision to implement the Innovator’s Patent Agreement could not have been an easy one. While it’s refreshingly straightforward and an obvious crowd-pleaser, it potentially puts the company in a bit of a vulnerable position. What if no one else adopts the policy? They’ll stand alone with their pants partially...
Do The Right Thing

The Top 5 iPhone Cases For The College-Bound

techcrunch.com
There you are, full of gumption, standing next to a packed car. You’re off to college. You’re about to set off into the world to, as they say, make something of yourself. Armed with your trusty iPhone, you’ll likely reach your lofty goals. But an iPhone can be more than...
The Top 5 iPhone Cases For The College-Bound

Inhabitat's Week in Green: underwater Discus Hotel, mold-detecting bowl and a terrarium for edible insects

www.engadget.com
Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green. By now "reinventing the wheel" has become a tired euphemism -- but that's exactly what skateboarder David Patrick did when he created the SharkWheel, a...
Inhabitat's Week in Green: underwater Discus Hotel, mold-detecting bowl and a terrarium for edible insects

Text safely while driving by using your voice, thanks to YC company Sonalight

thenextweb.com
While we’re here at YC Demo Day, one of the companies that caught our eye was Sonalight. The company has an extremely powerful voice controlled app that will let you send and receive texts without worrying about taking your attention away from the road. During the presentation, the speech recognition...
Text safely while driving by using your voice, thanks to YC company Sonalight

Musaic is a killer way to discover music visually through album art

thenextweb.com
This past weekend was Music Hack Day San Francisco, which was the third in the city and the twentieth overall globally since 2009. There were over 200 developers in attendance hacking away on cool projects that could help change the future of music distribution and delivery. While sitting through sixty-one...
Musaic is a killer way to discover music visually through album art
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