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Apple's Crowded Late 2012 Product Introduction Schedule Forced by Delays to iMac and iPad Mini

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KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has released a new research report outlining his thoughts on Apple's product introductions for the remainder of 2012, noting that delays in some necessary components have forced Apple into a very tight timeline that is less than ideal and which may impact growth over the...
Apple's Crowded Late 2012 Product Introduction Schedule Forced by Delays to iMac and iPad Mini

More Claims of 13-Inch Retina MacBook Pro Coming at Next Week's Media Event

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Following yesterday's report from 9to5Mac stating that the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro would be introduced alongside the "iPad mini" at Apple's media event all but confirmed for October 23, AllThingsD now weighs in with its own sources making similar claims.The smaller iPad may be the star of Apple's as of...
More Claims of 13-Inch Retina MacBook Pro Coming at Next Week's Media Event

Mashable’s Google Wave API Challenge: 3 New Extensions to Try

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In March, we launched Mashable’s Google Wave API Challenge, a month-long competition to create exciting new Google Wave extensions.So far we’ve received some great submissions, and below we highlight 3 more of our favorites (see also Mashable’s Google Wave API Challenge: 3 of the Best New Extensions).Remember: you can...
Mashable’s Google Wave API Challenge: 3 New Extensions to Try

F.T.C. Tells Consumer Watchdog to Mind Its Own Business

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The Federal Trade Commission tells a consumer watchdog group its the government's job to decide whether to probe Google's data privacy changes.Google has said it will combine the user data it collects from all of its different products, in effect compiling what an individual searches on Google with what is...
F.T.C. Tells Consumer Watchdog to Mind Its Own Business

Overwhelmed By Selection? How To Find The Perfect Laptop, Tablet Or Camera

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A while ago, I wrote about a web app that helps you make some sense of the vast selection of smartphones currently available on the market. While Geekaphone was great, it was limited to smartphones only, and we all know that’s not the only thing that comes with a huge...
Overwhelmed By Selection? How To Find The Perfect Laptop, Tablet Or Camera

Google’s Blogger updates its signup process, now lets you attach your Google+ profile

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In Google’s continued efforts to streamline its entire product offering through integration, the Blogger team quietly rolled out an update yesterday to the signup process for new users. We covered this new signup process in January, and our own Matt Brian took us through the flow: The old sign-up process...
Google’s Blogger updates its signup process, now lets you attach your Google+ profile

Quirky Raises $6 Million For Social Product Development Platform

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Quirky, a social network for product development, has raised $6 million in Series A funding
 led by RRE Ventures, with Village Ventures, Contour Venture Partners, Lowercase Capital and a small group of angel investors participating in the round. Prior to the closing of this round, Quirky had raised $1.6 million...
Quirky Raises $6 Million For Social Product Development Platform

Hey, Silicon Valley, George Lucas Just Made $4 Billion Without Any VC Money

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An entrepreneur by the name of George Lucas just cashed out of the company he founded and built: Lucasfilm. Unlike many entrepreneurs who build companies these days, George Lucas didn't raise any VC money. And that means he gets to keep the whole check Disney wrote for his company, which...
Hey, Silicon Valley, George Lucas Just Made $4 Billion Without Any VC Money

Becoming Market Leader: Finding and Beating the Competition

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In the late 90's, a spokesperson for the Coca Cola corporation said, "Our primary competition isn't Pepsi. Our real competition is water, tea, nimbupani and Pepsi... in that order." While it's a gruesome thought to see water considered competition to the top cola manufacturer, I didn't include the quote to...
Becoming Market Leader: Finding and Beating the Competition
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Wrike Launches A Mobile Gantt Chart With Syncing So Everyone Can See The Latest Updates

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Wrike has added a type of chart that most seasoned project managers depend on for their work. It’s called a Gantt chart and it’s used to visualize projects in a way that a standard calendar lacks. Wrike is built on top of a real-time collaboration platform with syncing capability, allowing...
Wrike Launches A Mobile Gantt Chart With Syncing So Everyone Can See The Latest Updates

Novell Pulse and Google Wave Collaborate in Real-time

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You're probably used to sending emails to friends and colleagues at any number of different addresses and you don't have to think twice about which email service they use. The same should be true for collaboration tools. Novell Pulse, an upcoming enterprise-focused collaboration tool, is built using the Google Wave...
Novell Pulse and Google Wave Collaborate in Real-time

What in the Heck Is Going on With Privacy at Google

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The web has lit up about Google's updated privacy policy, and (shockingly) not all the feedback is super positive. Privacy on the internet has been a hot topic these days, especially considering Facebook's ever-changing levels of users' control over their information. European lawmakers are also introducing the "right to...
What in the Heck Is Going on With Privacy at Google

Preorders For TheGaming-Focused Razer Edge Tablet Start March 1st, Prices Start At $999

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Surface Pro fanboys, Take notice. Your hot little tablet will soon be the runner-up in the ever-growing category of “incredibly expensive Windows 8 tablets aimed at a tiny, but rabid demographic”. Razer just announced that the Edge and Edge Pro gaming tablet will ship in late March, with the startup accepting...
Preorders For TheGaming-Focused Razer Edge Tablet Start March 1st, Prices Start At $999

Open Thread: PRManna - Copy Cat or Inspiration?

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Earlier this month we noticed PRManna climbing up the Hacker News front page and reached out to the creator for an interview. Ryan Waggoner started PRManna in his spare time and was open in saying that the project was inspired by Peter Shankman's Help a Reporter Out. The difference between...
Open Thread: PRManna - Copy Cat or Inspiration?

There's A 'Sphere Of Weirdness' Hidden Deep Within Google

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Google's Niantic Labs--one of the many ways CEO Larry Page is trying to get employees to break out and try bold, risky experiments--has been a bit of a mystery until very recently.  So what is it, exactly? Niantic Labs quietly released a local-business-search app, Field Trip, in September.  But it...
There's A 'Sphere Of Weirdness' Hidden Deep Within Google

Open vs. Closed: The Cloud Wars

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Corporations are moving to cloud computing a lot faster than expected, and the big incumbent players are moving fast too. They are using their strongest assets, business relationships and lots of different products, to create new ways to lock in customers. Their opponents, the young start-ups, are uniting to offer...
Open vs. Closed: The Cloud Wars

Google’s unified privacy policy takes effect, despite concerns

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Google’s new privacy policy rolled out overnight, turning more than 60 policies into one and clearing the way for the company to unify data about its users across its various online services. The company went ahead despite concerns from European regulators who asked Google to put the changes on hold. EU...
Google’s unified privacy policy takes effect, despite concerns

WD is getting ready to develop its own Google TV products

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WD may be the next company to jump on the Google TV bandwagon: The company started to look for a software architect for “Android based IP set top boxes” late last year, and the job offer suggests that WD may be looking to replace its existing line-up of streaming boxes...
WD is getting ready to develop its own Google TV products

Microsoft Says Don't Get Scroogled This Holiday Season, but Bing is Not So Scot-Free

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Microsoft launched a nasty ad campaign against Google this morning, accusing the search giant of only displaying paid ads in its shopping results. Bing zings: “Don’t get Scroogled this holiday season.” But as it turns out, Bing does the same thing. “It’s a classic case of engineers not connecting with...
Microsoft Says Don't Get Scroogled This Holiday Season, but Bing is Not So Scot-Free

What Payvment learned about F-commerce that led the company to start Lish.com

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Facebook e-commerce platform Payvment launched social discovery and shopping site Lish.com in beta this week. Lish.com surfaces the top trending products among the more than 4 million products across Payvment’s seller network of more than 175,000 merchants. The Pinterest-esque site optimizes for impulse buys, allowing users to make one-click purchases using...
What Payvment learned about F-commerce that led the company to start Lish.com

Tim Cook on Defending Marketshare, Product Pipeline 'Chock Full', Apple TV Growth

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During today's Q1 2013 Financial Results conference call, Apple CEO Tim Cook fielded questions about Apple's results and plans. As usual, Apple was unwilling to provide any specific details about their future plans. Cook was asked about the importance of market share preservation and whether or not holding their smartphone...
Tim Cook on Defending Marketshare, Product Pipeline 'Chock Full', Apple TV Growth

A Look at Android Fragmentation: The Good, The Bad and the Pretty Charts

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There’s no doubt there is a great deal of diversity when it comes to Android. There are a half dozen flavors of the operating system, with products made by dozens of manufacturers and literally thousands of individual designs. Whether this is good or bad depends on one’s perspective. But the...
A Look at Android Fragmentation: The Good, The Bad and the Pretty Charts

How to get the word out with digital signage

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How can you get people to pay attention to Very Important Announcements? Sometimes the best way to capture eyeballs is to go big and bold, with digital signs. Digital signage software lets you turn PCs and TVs into a distinctive way of getting the word out, turning them into information kiosks,...
How to get the word out with digital signage

Apple's Phil Schiller Takes Swipe At Samsung

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The fight between Apple and Samsung seems to be heating up just in time for the new Galaxy phone. Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller took a swipe at rival Samsung on Wednesday, a day before Samsung is set to launch the latest version of its flagship smartphone. In an...
Apple's Phil Schiller Takes Swipe At Samsung

This Is Still The Best Thing To Watch If You Want To Know How Tech Companies Should Try To Fix TV (AAPL, GOOG, MSFT)

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Apple CEO Tim Cook put it best when he said, "When I go into my living room and turn on the TV, I feel like I have gone backwards in time by 20 to 30 years." Cook isn't the only person in tech that feels that way. Which is why...
This Is Still The Best Thing To Watch If You Want To Know How Tech Companies Should Try To Fix TV (AAPL, GOOG, MSFT)

Game on! Razer to honor fake 90 percent off coupon

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The internet is often renowned for its amazing bargains, but in the uncharted waters of cyberspace the best deals are usually too good to be true. This isn't one of those times. Recently, a bogus coupon for 90 percent off at Razer's UK store went viral, which resulted in...
Game on! Razer to honor fake 90 percent off coupon

Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 review

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More Info Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 shipping this month for $1,099, ARM-powered Yoga 11 coming in December Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 review Microsoft Surface with Windows RT review Normally, when a company releases two laptops in different sizes (the MacBook Air, anyone?) we review just one: we assume you'll...
Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 review

European regulators expect to take Google to task over data-sharing

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When Google instituted a new privacy policy early last year, European regulators warned that it was likely illegal under European law. In October, the regulators fired a shot across Google's bow, telling the search giant that it needed to address their concerns or face legal action in 2013. Now...
European regulators expect to take Google to task over data-sharing
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