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Feedly partners with RSS apps like Reeder as Google Reader's end draws near

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It’s now less than a month before Google Reader shuts down, meaning that anyone who relies on the service better be testing the alternatives right about now. Feedly, which has emerged as one of the top contenders, made the choice a little easier Monday when it announced that it’s partnered...
Feedly partners with RSS apps like Reeder as Google Reader's end draws near
Nokia Lumia 920 Officially Revealed: PureView Camera, Wireless Charging, Snapdragon S4 Processor

How Samsung's Galaxy S 4 Compares With iPhone 5

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Samsung finally pulled the curtains back on the Galaxy S 4, its next flagship Android smartphone, at an event in New York today....
How Samsung's Galaxy S 4 Compares With iPhone 5

Circa: A mobile app hoping to redefine news presentation

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For months, Ben Huh was uncharacteristically mum about his online journalism startup. But finally today, Circa swung its curtains open in hopes to redefine the way readers consume their news. Circa, which launched its app this morning, centers on the idea that traditional news format on a print product is...
Circa: A mobile app hoping to redefine news presentation
Strange Bedfellows: Google, Paramount Ink Deal For New Digital Movie Rentals
HTC Officially Reveals The 8X: 4.3-Inch 720p Display, 1.5GHz Dual-Core Processor, Beats Audio
Adobe’s Updated Digital Publishing Suite Means More Magazines For The iPhone

GE And Quirky Team Up To Develop The Milk Jug Of The Future

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For just about a week now, GE and product development network Quirky have been running an interesting contest — they’ve challenged people to come up with ways to improve everyday objects by making them “smarter with software”. Unlike the traditional Quirky production and development process though, the winning concept will...
GE And Quirky Team Up To Develop The Milk Jug Of The Future

TNW Pick of the Day: Calendo for iOS taps and trumps Facebook for event recommendations

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Calendo, an iOS app that surfaces upcoming events an individual would like to attend, has been in an extended beta period for the past four months, during which time it went live for in Israel, followed by Ireland a couple of weeks ago. During the stealth phase, Calendo claimed to...
TNW Pick of the Day: Calendo for iOS taps and trumps Facebook for event recommendations

Curtains for cursive? Typing replaces handwriting in schools

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Keyboards continue their slow march to domination, overthrowing pens and pencils in schools across the nation. [Read more]...
Curtains for cursive? Typing replaces handwriting in schools

It's curtains for curtains: Digital shades go opaque on command

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Sonte Film window coverings made from a special material that responds to electric current can go opaque or clear at the bidding of a smartphone app. [Read more]...
It's curtains for curtains: Digital shades go opaque on command
Nokia's Not-So-Shy Lumia 822 Caught On Camera Clad In Verizon Branding

Editorial: Engadget on BlackBerry 10

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January 30th has been circled on our calendars for quite some time. It's the day that Research in Motion (now known as BlackBerry) officially pulled the curtains away from its next-gen BlackBerry OS -- aka BB10 -- revealing all of its secrets to the world after no less than...
Editorial: Engadget on BlackBerry 10

Samsung Rumored To Reveal A Smaller Spin On The Galaxy S III Next Week

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A good chunk of Samsung’s recent smartphone releases seemed intent on stretching people’s hands beyond their limits, but it seems like the company may be ready to buck that trend very soon. According to a recently released press invitation, Samsung will be pulling back the curtains on a smaller-than-usual smartphone...
Samsung Rumored To Reveal A Smaller Spin On The Galaxy S III Next Week
Toyota's Human Support Robot can help the disabled with everyday life

Into the wild: cultivating the next generation of American scientists with Project Aether

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At first it was faint -- a blurry smear bisecting the sky above, running roughly north to south and flanked by a second, even more indistinct line to the west. Soon, though, both lines began to change, coalescing and intensifying into bright green streaks impossible to miss and difficult...
Into the wild: cultivating the next generation of American scientists with Project Aether
Microsoft Launches Xbox Music, Music Streaming Service For Consoles, PCs, Tablets, And Phone
Review: Infuse by FireCore is a versatile way to watch videos on your iOS device

Samsung's Next Galaxy Note To Make Its Grand Debut In Berlin On August 29

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These past few weeks have been quite the ride for Samsung’s Galaxy Note devotees — a variant of the original model is finally (and officially) on its way to T-Mobile’s airwaves, and a report out of South Korea pointed to some nifty upgrades in place for the phablet’s successor. Now...
Samsung's Next Galaxy Note To Make Its Grand Debut In Berlin On August 29

ThinkFlood closes shop, brings RedEye universal remote down with it

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Fans of ThinkFlood might want to shed a few tears today, as the company has just announced it's closing its doors. As a reminder, ThinkFlood was responsible for the RedEye universal remote control system that allowed any smartphone or web-connected device to control everything from a home theatre to...
ThinkFlood closes shop, brings RedEye universal remote down with it
ZTE Aims To Launch The First Tegra 4 Smartphones In China By The End Of 1H 2013

Samsung Can Defend Against Its Own Memo In Apple Attack. Here's How

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A Samsung memo intruduced by Apple in its patent-infringement case against Samsung seems to show that no iPhone angle or pixel was left unexamined by Samsung. Is it curtains for the South Korean electronics giant? Not hardly. Tuesday, Apple introduced a 132-page internal Samsung document to the trial that shows how Samsung...
Samsung Can Defend Against Its Own Memo In Apple Attack. Here's How

Google unveils 'Solve for X' website, hints at TED-like think tank

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Google's just pulled the curtains off of its "Solve for X" website, and it appears that Google is nearing the creation of a TED-like think tank that will focus on talks about radical technological ideas. The site describes the effort as "a place where the curious can go to...
Google unveils 'Solve for X' website, hints at TED-like think tank

how I feel about online privacy by O'Reilly: http://cli.gs/m3Jvaz (maybe related: http://twitpic.com/1sjlp4 I don't have any curtains)

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how I feel about online privacy by O'Reilly: http://cli.gs/m3Jvaz (maybe related: http://twitpic.com/1sjlp4 I don't have any curtains)

The app-controlled smart home is now a reality

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Intelligent, digital control of the environment around us has long been an uphill battle, with HVAC, lighting systems, and home automation being relatively recent innovations. In the past decades, our homes have become both increasingly comfortable and complex, but now we’re finally getting to the point where that comfort and...
The app-controlled smart home is now a reality

200 Million Workers Want Windows 8 Tablets, Not iPads

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Good news for Microsoft: 200 million information workers want Windows tablets, a report from Forrester claimed Monday, quite a few more than the 900,000 Surface RT tablets that IDC estimated have already been sold into the channel. If Forrester's numbers truly reflect reality, they indicate a huge pent-up demand for...
200 Million Workers Want Windows 8 Tablets, Not iPads

Khosla-Backed Snip.it Launches a Complete Redesign

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A few months ago, Snip.it opened the doors after sitting in a private beta mode for the better part of the past year. Now Snip.it is announcing a major redesign overhaul of the social sharing service, including a mobile platform. It’s a speedy, JavaScript-based design built on open source MongoJS, meaning quick...
Khosla-Backed Snip.it Launches a Complete Redesign

Proview Thwarted In Chinese iPad Trademark Suit, Brings Case To US Shores

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The dispute between Apple and Proview over the “iPad” trademark has just gotten a lot more domestic. Proview, which owned the “iPad” trademark in several countries until they sold the rights to Apple, has been alleging shenanigans, specifically that part of the company never authorized the sale. Apple, for their...
Proview Thwarted In Chinese iPad Trademark Suit, Brings Case To US Shores

Sprint’s ‘Tri-Fi’ Mobile Hotspot Plays Nice With 3G, WiMax, And LTE

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Talk about covering your bases. In addition to outing the EVO 4G LTE’s release date, Sprint (along with hardware partner Sierra Wireless) has pulled back the curtains on their new Tri-Fi mobile hotspot, which the carrier will launch for $99 after a mail-in rebate on May 18. Hotspots aren’t usually...
Sprint’s ‘Tri-Fi’ Mobile Hotspot Plays Nice With 3G, WiMax, And LTE

ASUS outs dockable Windows 8 Vivo Tab and Vivo Tab RT

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It looks like IFA will be where many Windows 8 devices shown back at Computex get (more) official. Exhibit A is ASUS, which today pulled the curtains on the Vivo Tab and the Vivo Tab RT, previously known as the ASUS Tablet 810 and the ASUS Tablet 600, respectively....
ASUS outs dockable Windows 8 Vivo Tab and Vivo Tab RT
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