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Rise: An alarm clock that you'll love for iPhone

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Rise is a very, very simple alarm clock app for the iPhone. It has support for a single alarm that you set to trigger once or once a day. That’s it. It’s not the most robust app of its kind, and it’s actually crippled a bit by Apple’s app policies,...
Rise: An alarm clock that you'll love for iPhone
Get smarter! Cerego finally launches its 'Dropbox for the brain'
Wealthfront rolls out yet another tool for the newly Valley rich

US "Six Strikes" Anti-Piracy Scheme Will Roll Out Gradually

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Somewhere in the near future the Center for Copyright Information (CCI) will start to track down online ‘pirates’ as part of an agreement all major US Internet providers struck with the MPAA and RIAA. The parties agreed on a system through which copyright infringers are warned that their behavior is...
US "Six Strikes" Anti-Piracy Scheme Will Roll Out Gradually
Facebook Better Get Mobile Quick. 102M People Accessed Solely From Mobile In June, Up 23% Since March

Oracle 'intends to assert [revived] patent in Phase Two', asks court to confirm -- Google opposes

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While the current part of the Oracle v. Google trial is a copyright-only trial, the parties are in parallel having a dispute over whether or not a key Oracle java patent revived by the United States Patent and Trademark Office late last week has already been dismissed with prejudice. Late...
Oracle 'intends to assert [revived] patent in Phase Two', asks court to confirm -- Google opposes

Re-Timer could play with your brain, fool body clock to minimize jetlag

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Jetlag and disrupted sleep patterns are conditions we're all too familiar with, right along with flashing lights that claim to remedy them. A new wearable device, tagged Re-Timer, also promises to be of help by mimicking sunlight and resetting the body clock. Reportedly the result of 25 years of...
Re-Timer could play with your brain, fool body clock to minimize jetlag

Bankrupt 1990s Internet Toy Company Still Thinks It Was Undervalued

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Cross-posted from To get a sense of how old the Goldman Sachs IPO lawsuit-and-maybe-scandal that Joe Nocera and Felix Salmon wrote about this weekend is, consider this: the alleged victim was a company named eToys. With the "e," and the "Toys," and the weird capitalization. Also Henry Blodget was...
Bankrupt 1990s Internet Toy Company Still Thinks It Was Undervalued
Twitter improves tweet targeting options to help advertisers reach specific audiences

Twitter lets brands send promoted tweets to select regions and devices only, for better targeting

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Twitter’s advertising system thus far has been relatively simple for brands. They tweet out a message from their account and then log into the ad portal, pick a region and an ad budget and publish it as a promoted tweet. But this can be problematic when a brand has a...
Twitter lets brands send promoted tweets to select regions and devices only, for better targeting
The Daily doubles down on app development with Angry Birds Space guide for Android

HireVue Lands $22 Million To Reinvent The Job Interview

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Today HireVue, makers of a video based job interview and hiring management platform, announced that it raised a $17 million series C round led by Investor Growth Capital along with an expansion of its debt facility for a total of $22 million in new funding. The company raised a total...
HireVue Lands $22 Million To Reinvent The Job Interview
Marissa Mayer: A brief history of Yahoo's new CEO
K9 Ventures digs for $40 million bone

Facebook brings activity log to mobile devices so users can delete stories and check privacy settings

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Facebook recently added an activity log feature to some mobile devices, allowing users to see all their recent activity, verify their privacy settings and delete individual stories. Activity log was a key new feature that came with the introduction of Timeline, but was not translated to mobile until recently. Facebook did...
Facebook brings activity log to mobile devices so users can delete stories and check privacy settings

Apple files terminal disclaimer for a design patent the California jury found Samsung to infringe

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Apple just notified the court of its filing of a terminal disclaimer for U.S. Design Patent D618,677, which is one of the patents that a California jury found Samsung to infringe. Apple's notice says: "This disclaimer moots Samsung's Motion for Judgment as a Matter of Law, as set forth in...
Apple files terminal disclaimer for a design patent the California jury found Samsung to infringe

Crazy-Stupid Or The Future? SoPost Wants To Turn Your Twitter Handle Into A Physical Address

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Chalk this one up as crazy-stupid or the future: SoPost, a new UK startup launching today, is on a mission to reinvent the postal address by mapping things like Twitter handles, Facebook names, email addresses and other social IDs to a physical location to make it easier and more convenient...
Crazy-Stupid Or The Future? SoPost Wants To Turn Your Twitter Handle Into A Physical Address
Thermal biometals help buildings shelter themselves from the sun

London Olympics could crash the internet, Cabinet Office warns

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Fears of an internet meltdown during the London Games may lead to web access being rationed for British businessesBritish businesses are being warned that they could lose their internet connections during the Olympics due to a surge in the number of people going online at key times. The demand could...
London Olympics could crash the internet, Cabinet Office warns

Dots announces iPad and multiplayer versions as the game hits 250 million plays

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Dots, the addictive iOS game that came from the NYC team at Betaworks, has continued seeing upward growth stats and is announcing both a native iPad version and a multiplayer option for users to compete against each other. The team behind Dots plans to announce Thursday that the game hit...
Dots announces iPad and multiplayer versions as the game hits 250 million plays

How founders can work with incoming CEOs (and vice versa)

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After years of sacrifice to build a startup, it’s easy to see why a founder might be reluctant to relinquish control to an outsider. But the relationship between a founder and incoming CEO doesn’t have to be a contentious one. Jim Scullion, CEO of gamification company Bunchball, has come in...
How founders can work with incoming CEOs (and vice versa)

Nokia patent may be keeping multiple accounts off of Android 4.2 phones

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One of the notable features announced with the release of Android 4.2 yesterday was support for multiple users on a single Android device. Google's list of 4.2 features, though, makes it very clear that multiple users is supported only on Android 4.2 tablets, not phones. TechCrunch speculates that the limitation...
Nokia patent may be keeping multiple accounts off of Android 4.2 phones

Judy Blume's teen classic "Forever" is an ebook for the first time

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Judy Blume’s Forever, which was originally published in 1975 and tells the story of two teenagers having sex for the first time, is also now an ebook for the first time. Publisher Simon & Schuster is playing up the “first time” thing with a social media campaign, “Do you remember your...
Judy Blume's teen classic "Forever" is an ebook for the first time

Apsalar Lets You Customize Your Mobile App For Users Based On Their Behavior

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Apsalar, a San Francisco-based mobile analytics startup, is giving developers more precision in how they target their users. The company is launching something called “Advanced User Segments” today. In plain English, that means that developers can change the way their app works or send targeted promotions to consumers based on...
Apsalar Lets You Customize Your Mobile App For Users Based On Their Behavior

Pandora’s Tim Westergren To Congress: “Level The Playing Field” For Internet Radio

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Pandora founder Tim Westergren testified before the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Communications and Technology this morning. His big message: That the same guidelines should be used to determine the royalty rates for all forms of radio. I didn’t see Westergren’s testimony, but Pandora has sent up a summary...
Pandora’s Tim Westergren To Congress: “Level The Playing Field” For Internet Radio

Apple to bring the iPad mini to Russia on December 14

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An Apple Premium Reseller in Russia, re:Store has announced that Apple’s iPad mini tablet will go on sale in the country on December 14, a week earlier than it was rumored in local media. Apple has apparently decided to carpet bomb Russian customers with its new products in December, starting...
Apple to bring the iPad mini to Russia on December 14

IBM's Project Sparta Is Now Named PureData

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So remember last month how I told you about Project Sparta? That would be the IBM project aimed at simplifying how companies attack their big data problems. So anyway, it has a name now, and like I suspected, it’s part of the growing Pure line. It’s been dubbed the PureData...
IBM's Project Sparta Is Now Named PureData

New targeting adds greater relevance to your Promoted Tweets

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It's a fact — brands have been on Twitter since our earliest days. They use the platform to connect with consumers in meaningful ways, offering everything from special discounts and exclusive content to new product information.But what if your Tweet is only relevant for a subset of your followers? What...
New targeting adds greater relevance to your Promoted Tweets
'Copyright cop' anti-piracy ISP system delayed once again
Examining the Thiel Fellowship: Where are they now?
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