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In Five Years, One-Third Of Americans Will Own Tablets (MSFT, AAPL, GOOG)

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By 2016, more than one-third of Americans will own tablet computers. That prediction from Forrester shows why it's so important for Microsoft and its hardware partners to come out with viable competitors to the iPad.  Forrester says that U.S. customers will purchase more than 227 million tablets between 2010...
In Five Years, One-Third Of Americans Will Own Tablets (MSFT, AAPL, GOOG)
Google CEO Larry Page Wants A Totally Separate World Where Tech Companies Can Conduct Experiments On People (GOOG)

Lomography, an Analog Company Surviving in a Digital World

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Lomography, a company that sells quirky film cameras, has managed to stay afloat by cultivating a niche audience, despite the struggles of other photography companies like Kodak and Polaroid. Although Lomography regularly designs and releases new cameras and different kinds of film each year, it has no plans to make...
Lomography, an Analog Company Surviving in a Digital World

These 13 Brands Totally Dominated The Super Bowl Blackout On Twitter

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While advertisers were surely freaking out during the Super Bowl power outage about the impact the delay would have on their $4 million ad buys, their social media teams were scrambling to craft hilarious Twitter responses at a moment's notice. Oreo got the most attention for its speedy response with...
These 13 Brands Totally Dominated The Super Bowl Blackout On Twitter
Shuttleworth: Ubuntu's goal is one OS from phones to supercomputers
Living without pain poses its own set of dangers

Acer President: All Those People Who Hate Windows 8 Need To Spend More Time With It (MSFT)

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In an interview with DigiTimes, Acer president Jim Wong spoke about Windows 8 and its future with different kinds of touchscreen laptops, traditional computers, and tablets. Despite the fact that Acer's North America president Emmanuel Fromont recently told the New York Times that demand for Windows 8 was weak, Wong defended...
Acer President: All Those People Who Hate Windows 8 Need To Spend More Time With It (MSFT)

Can The Future Be Perfect? It Can Certainly Be Better

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The post Can The Future Be Perfect? It Can Certainly Be Better appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog.As my 2011 review of his Where Good Ideas Come From: A Natural History of Innovation proves, I am a Steven Johnson fan. So it was with relish that I settled in to read his...
Can The Future Be Perfect? It Can Certainly Be Better

Launch Center's Curious Quest to Fix the iPhone

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Macworld | iWorld was last week, and as Apple-watchers expected, the emphasis was on the i-part. The iPhone and iPad are becoming blockbusters, so this must have been an exciting year to be at that show. I wasn't cool enough to be there, but I'm pretty sure I read the...
Launch Center's Curious Quest to Fix the iPhone

Future iPhone and iPad may feature MagSafe ports, wireless charging

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The magnetic MagSafe connectors Apple uses on its MacBook laptops was first introduced in 2006 and it has become a signature design element used across all Apple notebooks, but MagSafe technology is about much more than just aesthetics, of course. Rather than using cable and port combinations with male and female...
Future iPhone and iPad may feature MagSafe ports, wireless charging
Hop.in Launches Gesture-Based Sharing App

PayPal quietly starts marketing in-store payments to consumers

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PayPal has made a bunch of headlines about the business arrangements it’s secured for its in-store payment system, including the news Thursday that it had lined up 15 retailers along with major point of sale hardware partners. But it hasn’t really talked much about its marketing campaign for consumers. In a call...
PayPal quietly starts marketing in-store payments to consumers

RWW Recommends: The Best Channel-Surfing Companion App for TV Trivia

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People love to use their tablets while watching TV. With so many different "second-screen" mobile apps out there, it's not always easy to know which are the best. Here's a look at our favorite app for finding related content while you're watching a show. When the iPad first launched, I...
RWW Recommends: The Best Channel-Surfing Companion App for TV Trivia

Windows that double as cell signal boosters? Yes, please

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Ericsson showed off a prototype of a transparent antenna built into the glass of a window, part of an exhibit featuring different kinds of "smart windows." [Read more]...
Windows that double as cell signal boosters? Yes, please
Pentagon says DoD can start using Knox-enabled Samsung Galaxy S4

Homeless hawk codes, not content, as charity mag goes online-only

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Stopping the presses today may not suit all publishers, especially those which rely on dead-tree money. But, after Newsweek’s digital-only announcement, other print users of different kinds are also now pulling back from paper at an increasing rate… Even homeless magazines Now even an edition of a social-enterprise magazine, designed...
Homeless hawk codes, not content, as charity mag goes online-only

Early Stage Landing Pages At The Top Of The Funnel

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For many B2B and considered purchases, buyers go through several stages of evaluating the market and choosing a seller. Different stages naturally benefit from different kinds of landing pages and conversion strategies. Here, we’ll take a look at the very top of the funnel, to see how three... Please visit...
Early Stage Landing Pages At The Top Of The Funnel

Which Messaging App Is Right for You?

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Smartphone messaging apps are all the rage these days. But for some people they’re a mystery. Why would you use a messaging app when your phone’s SMS text messaging function is fine enough for photos and text, or if you use iMessage on the iPhone? The point of these new...
Which Messaging App Is Right for You?

Until Yesterday, Kickstarter Had No $1 Million Projects—Today, It Has 2

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It's been a huge day for the crowdfunding platform, Kickstarter, which saw its two most-backed projects reach $1 million in pledges within four hours of each other yesterday. The first project to reach the one-million-dollar threshhold was the Elevation Dock, an iPhone dock, which got its million from more than...
Until Yesterday, Kickstarter Had No $1 Million Projects—Today, It Has 2

The Cold War is history. Now it's the Cool War | Observer editorial

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New technology makes different kinds of low-level conflict far too easyConflicts are defined, in large part, by how they are fought and their technologies. The First World War we associate with gas and tanks and the earliest use of airpower; the Second World War with strategic bombing and the first...
The Cold War is history. Now it's the Cool War | Observer editorial

Google Salutes Women With International Women's Day Logo

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Today on 86 different local versions of the Google home page, including Google.com USA, Google has posted a logo to honor International Women’s Day. The logo is made up of all different kinds of female faces, not specifically famous people, just all the different shapes and colors of women.... Please...
Google Salutes Women With International Women's Day Logo
Acer's snappy Intel-based Windows 8 tablet: up close and personal (video)

How to build a bulletproof cloud backup system without spending a dime

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There are two kinds of people in the world: Those who have lost critical data, and those who will. In other words, if you use technology long enough and neglect to back up your data, you're guaranteed to have at least one extremely bad day. Whether it's theft, loss,...
How to build a bulletproof cloud backup system without spending a dime
Blue Tiger iPad stylus renamed Pogo Connect, shipping in October for $79.95
Facebook stock sinks even more, down more than 9% today

Social Media Dashboard Bottlenose Gets Smarter, Adds Support For Multiple Accounts, Facebook Pages

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Bottlenose is a web-based smart social media dashboard that, in many ways, directly competes with Hootsuite and Tweetdeck. Bottlenose, however, puts a stronger emphasis on filtering your streams, both by implicitly learning about your interest and by giving you a sophisticated set of tools to create your own filters. Today,...
Social Media Dashboard Bottlenose Gets Smarter, Adds Support For Multiple Accounts, Facebook Pages

DailyDirt: Save Yourself From The Zombies, If You Can...

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If you're looking forward to Halloween, it's coming up in a couple days -- and there will probably be plenty of zombies roaming around your front lawn (if you have a front lawn). Just give them some candy when they come to your door, and they'll go away. If they...
DailyDirt: Save Yourself From The Zombies, If You Can...

Bazaar Labs launches Miso, a Foursquare-style app for TV and movies

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A startup called Bazaar Labs just released a new app called Miso, way to share what movies and TV shows you’re watching with your friends. Like the company’s last app, FlixUp, this is a movie-focused spin on an existing social service. The idea is that instead of sharing your location...
Bazaar Labs launches Miso, a Foursquare-style app for TV and movies

Brightcove unveils deeper support for mobile video, Flash 10.1

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Brightcove, a professional video delivery platform for publishers and marketers, unveiled deeper support for mobile video with Adobe’s latest version of Flash today on Android, Symbian, Palm, Windows Mobile and Blackberry phones. With Adobe Systems’ Flash 10.1 coming to mobile phones during the first half of the year, Brightcove’s video...
Brightcove unveils deeper support for mobile video, Flash 10.1
Caves, ships and aging gasometers: 3 unlikely homes for data centers
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