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Facebook complicates privacy settings and hide users’ email addresses, favoring its own messaging platform

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Facebook appears to have hidden users’ third-party email addresses from Timeline, but left users’ Facebook.com addresses visible. It has also added a confusing new setting to the email portion of a user’s contact info. Although users can choose which of their email addresses are displayed on Timeline and change the privacy setting...
Facebook complicates privacy settings and hide users’ email addresses, favoring its own messaging platform
PopCap opens the product licensing floodgates for the first time

Google's "Versus" Debate Series Attempts To Inject Content, Life Into Google+

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Does the world need more telegenic talent shouting opinions at one another? Google thinks it does.In a blogpost today, Google's YouTube team announces "Versus," which it says is all about "liberating opinion with Google+ Hangouts." The company notes that Google+ Hangouts are being used in amazing ways, perhaps even surpassing...
Google's "Versus" Debate Series Attempts To Inject Content, Life Into Google+

Hands On with Apple's New 13-Inch Retina MacBook Pro

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Following the introduction of the new 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro at its media event, Apple invited attendees to spend some time with the machine. Overall, the early hands-on impressions are favorable, with the reduction in thickness and weight making a significant difference for professionals on the go, but the high...
Hands On with Apple's New 13-Inch Retina MacBook Pro

Windows 8 app built to let users complain about Windows 8 disappears from the Windows Store

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Don’t put on your tinfoil hat, at least not yet. Today it became known that an application, dubbed ‘Windows 8 Complaints,’ has disappeared from the Windows Store. Designed to house complaints from users about Windows 8 itself, the app was a touch controversial. However, when Neowin pinged Microsoft over its...
Windows 8 app built to let users complain about Windows 8 disappears from the Windows Store
The Consumerization Of The Enterprise Is Over

Windows Phone 8 users cannot access Google Maps from the browser

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Windows Phone 8 users are complaining today that they cannot access Google Maps through the operating system’s browser. Quite obviously, this could be a bug, or a deliberate move by Google to exclude the mobile platform. The former is far more likely than the latter. TNW has requested comment from...
Windows Phone 8 users cannot access Google Maps from the browser

China’s Great Firewall blocks its first top-level domain, as co.jp sites go down for 30 hours

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China’s censorship regime — known colloquially as the Great Firewall (GFW) — is arguably the most famous of its kind. It rebuffs a range of popular Western sites, including Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare and more, is often tuned to block very specific terms — or keywords during specific occasions, such as...
China’s Great Firewall blocks its first top-level domain, as co.jp sites go down for 30 hours

Apple 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro hands-on!

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Apple just introduced its second Retina display MacBook: the 13-inch MacBook Pro, which starts at $1,699 and is shipping today. Just months after the 15-incher was gifted with a display that packs more pixels than your existing HDTV, the 13-inch sibling is receiving similar treatment. Unveiled today in San...
Apple 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro hands-on!

The 11 Most Beautiful Apps, According To Apple (AAPL)

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Design has always been a critical competitive advantage for Apple. At this year's Worldwide Developer Conference, as Daring Fireball's Josh Gruber noted, Apple moved its annual Design Awards from its usual Wednesday evening time slot, towards the end of the conference, to Monday afternoon. That strikes us as a...
The 11 Most Beautiful Apps, According To Apple (AAPL)

Meeting Assistant for iPad wants to change the game for organizing and managing business meetings

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Chances are if you work in any business, you’ll have meetings from time-to-time, quite possibly everyday. In fact, you may go days or weeks at a time where you’re never out of meetings. This is where Meeting Assistant is hoping to help, a $0.99 iPad app that promises to make...
Meeting Assistant for iPad wants to change the game for organizing and managing business meetings
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