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US Supreme Court takes on broad software and method patents, sort of
Apple patent application reveals a camera with built-in privacy filter

Why did Apple pop Thursday?

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Investors search for reasons the company's market cap grew by $15 billion in one day Charts: Richard Bloch. Click to enlarge. The $16.49 Apple (AAPL) rose Thursday was only its sixth largest one-day dollar gain, according to AAPLInvestors, and in percentage terms, 3.46% doesn't even make the top 10. But when...
Why did Apple pop Thursday?

What is Wolfram Alpha?

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What is Wolfram Alpha? is a post from Chris Pirillo Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS FeedWhile walking around the conference floor during SXSW recently, I happened across the Wolfram Alpha booth. Their long-term goal is to make all systematic knowledge immediately computable...
What is Wolfram Alpha?

Fun Friday: Outing Bad Patents

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We've all had that reaction when seeing that a certain patent was issued - "how the hell did they get a patent on that?". Well now we can have fun outing those ridiculous patent applications before they get issued. Yesterday our portfolio company Stack Exchange launched a new Stack powered...
Fun Friday: Outing Bad Patents

Poutsch is Quora for polls

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If you want to set up an opinion poll on the Internet, there are plenty of options, from the venerable PollDaddy to hip upstarts like GoPollGo, but Poutsch is an interesting new player in the game that blends traditional polling with a Quora-style approach to collecting users’ questions and answers....
Poutsch is Quora for polls

Google adds 'Bacon Number' easter egg to its search engine

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Adding to the fun and games already hidden within its search box, Google's new not-so-secret addition gives you a quick way to calculate exactly how many degrees your favorite (or most obscure) actor falls from Kevin Bacon. Sure, it may take half the debate out of it, but at...
Google adds 'Bacon Number' easter egg to its search engine

Who dropped the dime on the Apple e-book five?

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Decoding the Department of Justice's antitrust whodunnit At a hearing in a Manhattan federal court Wednesday, attorneys for Apple (AAPL) and two major book publishers said that rather than settling -- as three of their co-defendants had -- they wanted to go to trial to defend themselves against U.S. government charges...
Who dropped the dime on the Apple e-book five?

Is this Sprint's LTE-ready HTC Evo One?

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Did the likes of HTC's One X and One S catch your attention? Well, those looking for something with a seasoning of Sprint might interested in the phone nestled in the middle. According to Pocketnow, this is a press shot of the HTC Evo One, supposedly packing a 4.7-inch...
Is this Sprint's LTE-ready HTC Evo One?

Apple iPad review

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The Apple iPad. The name is a killing word -- more than a product -- it's a statement, an idea, and potentially a prime mover in the world of consumer electronics. Before iPad it was called the Apple Tablet, the Slate, Canvas, and a handful of other guesses --...
Apple iPad review
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?