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Sprint HTC EVO 4G LTE Jelly Bean update now available to download

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After months of waiting and watching other devices get promoted to Jelly Bean status, the HTC EVO 4G LTE is finally getting its day in the sun. Starting today, owners of Sprint's marquee handset can manually make the jump to Android 4.1.1 by tapping through Settings > System updates...
Sprint HTC EVO 4G LTE Jelly Bean update now available to download

Allegation: Kickstarter Is Still Hiding Data About Failed Projects

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Crowd-funding platform Kickstarter has come in for a lot of plaudits for creating a new platform on which to fund startups. Certainly, since the passing of the U.S. Jobs Act earlier this year, crowd funding is about to have its day in the sun. But it’s also had its fair...
Allegation: Kickstarter Is Still Hiding Data About Failed Projects

Android Has Won — Time for Chrome OS to Move Along?

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Google with its annual developer conference, Google I/O, dominated the technology conversation last week. Whether it was taking jabs at Apple, launching a competitor to H.264 video technology or simply offering its own version of Amazon S3, the Big G didn’t disappoint its fans (though some remain skeptical of certain...
Android Has Won — Time for Chrome OS to Move Along?
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Enterprise Software Makeover: 4 Things To Borrow From Consumer Apps

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Guest author Jyoti Bansal is the founder of AppDynamics.   Long undervalued, Enterprise software businesses are now enjoying their day in the sun. On Wall Street, enterprise is the new sexy - but how did they manage to wrestle the spotlight from the consumers apps everyone was talking about not...
Enterprise Software Makeover: 4 Things To Borrow From Consumer Apps

Samsung Galaxy Express heads to AT&T, we go hands-on

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Samsung's Galaxy Express got a bit of a short shrift last month, revealed alongside a slew of other Samsung AT&T 4G LTE phones and not getting its own day in the sun. Here we are at AT&T's New York City event, providing that sun (albeit on a rainy evening)....
Samsung Galaxy Express heads to AT&T, we go hands-on

Windows 8′s 'browser ballot' screen making its way into the market via update KB976002

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The browser ballot screen is back. Update ‘KB976002′ for Windows 8 brings the option to the operating system. As you recall, due to a legal scuffle with the European Union, Microsoft, in certain markets, provides new users of Windows with an option to select the browser of their choice. NeoWin, a...
Windows 8′s 'browser ballot' screen making its way into the market via update KB976002

In New York, 3D Printing finally gets its day in the sun

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After years of being lumped in with other maker-oriented technologies, 3D printing finally has its own professional conference, the Inside 3D Printing event in New York. [Read more]...
In New York, 3D Printing finally gets its day in the sun

Why The PC Will Die Soon

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The PC has already been replaced by the tablet, in some hugely important and meaningful ways. Its day in the sun is all but over. The New York Times suggests, vaguely, that today on the eve of the iPad 3 announcement the future of the PC looks dim. "As New...
Why The PC Will Die Soon

With phone calls from real people, is devops finally getting its day in the sun?

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One company with a feature-rich online dashboard for IT administrators is distinguishing itself further by offering to have its employees call its clients’ IT people when issues arise, rather than just send emails or texts, and thereby show devops people some much-needed respect. Panorama9 on Wednesday made public its Perfect Pager feature, which...
With phone calls from real people, is devops finally getting its day in the sun?

At CES, Chipmakers Go All In on Mobile

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I’ve been in Las Vegas for CES nearly a week now, and I keep getting asked what the most noteworthy product launches have been. In recent past, each year had a theme — tablets, Android phones, 3-D TVs — so I half-expected another wave of something similar. Smart TVs, perhaps,...
At CES, Chipmakers Go All In on Mobile

Video of the Week: History of the Animated GIF

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In the early days of the Web there was a lot of experimenting going on. It was a brand new world where almost anything seemed possible. Decades later, many of those dreams have come true and new dreams have been born. In the meantime, a lot of the early innovation...
Video of the Week: History of the Animated GIF

PhotoSocial Just Updated Your iPhone's Photo Gallery For The First Time Since 2007

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Apple has made some amazing upgrades to the iPhone since it launched in 2007. We’ve met Siri, moved from plastic to glass to anodized aluminum, and experienced a number of design changes both physically and on the software level. But one thing that has changed very little since 2007...
PhotoSocial Just Updated Your iPhone's Photo Gallery For The First Time Since 2007

Workday Expected to Price IPO Today, Start Trading Tomorrow

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It’s looking like Friday will be the long-awaited day in the sun for the Workday, as the cloud software company is expected to price today and see its shares begin trading sometime tomorrow. The offering is expected to raise upward of $591 million, and it should command a market capitalization...
Workday Expected to Price IPO Today, Start Trading Tomorrow

comScore: 1 In 5 Videos Viewed Online Last Month Was An Ad

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According to online analytics company comScore, Americans watched 37 billion online videos on sites like YouTube, Yahoo and Facebook in April. In total, 181 million U.S. Internet users watched an average of 1,307 minutes of online videos last month. Those numbers are virtually unchanged from last month, but one area...
comScore: 1 In 5 Videos Viewed Online Last Month Was An Ad

Android Has Won — Time for Chrome OS to Move Along?

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Google with its annual developer conference, Google I/O, dominated the technology conversation last week. Whether it was taking jabs at Apple, launching a competitor to H.264 video technology or simply offering its own version of Amazon S3, the Big G didn’t disappoint its fans (though some remain skeptical of certain...
Android Has Won — Time for Chrome OS to Move Along?
Google is about to stick an Chrome Apps link in your Chrome Bookmarks bar
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?