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Sponsored post: Rethinking the microserver in rack-level terms

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To get a bigger bang for the IT buck, IT managers like to optimize infrastructure for targeted applications and workloads. As I noted in a recent Intel Chip Chat, one way to do this is by creating CPUs targeted at certain types of workloads. That was the case with Centeron,...
Sponsored post: Rethinking the microserver in rack-level terms

New Facebook platform industry hires: Ifeelgoods, Scale Venture Partners, Nanigans, Strutta, more

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Ifeelgoods hired an SVP of sales, Scale Venture Partners hired a new executive-in-residence, Nanigans brought on a technical advisor and Strutta has a new director of marketing, among other notable hires made this week at Facebook platform companies. If your company is hiring new people or making a notable promotion,...
New Facebook platform industry hires: Ifeelgoods, Scale Venture Partners, Nanigans, Strutta, more

Of money and mobile: OpenMarket sees the future as limitless

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At the Open Mobile Summit in London, a gathering of big players in the market gathered to look at the future of movements like media and mobile payments. The practise of spending money via a mobile device is still very fragmented as technology companies work on making the process smoother...
Of money and mobile: OpenMarket sees the future as limitless

Facebook platform industry hires: HootSuite, Kenshoo, Work4 Labs

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Social media management platform HootSuite has a new VP of marketing, Digital marketing software company Kenshoo recently hired a director of marketing research. And Work4 Labs, which builds recruiting applications integrated with Facebook, made a few new hires this month. HootSuite Dee Anna McPherson, Vice President of Marketing – former VP...
Facebook platform industry hires: HootSuite, Kenshoo, Work4 Labs
Inside The New Microsoft Office App Store: One Developer's Story

Fanboy Targeting: Facebook Advertisers Can Now Choose To Show Up On iOS, Android, iPhone, iPad, or iPod

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Which mobile device you use says a lot about your buying habits. That’s why Facebook has begun allowing advertisers to select which devices and operating systems their Facebook mobile ads show up on. This lets Android app developers avoid wasting money advertising to iPhone users, and lets luxury brands target...
Fanboy Targeting: Facebook Advertisers Can Now Choose To Show Up On iOS, Android, iPhone, iPad, or iPod
Want To Support Multiple Browsers In The Enterprise? It's Gonna Cost You
Microsoft's Election 2012 hub on Xbox Live heralds the interactive TV future

Archos announces 101 XS Android tablet with included keyboard dock

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Archos doesn't have the best reputation for device quality in recent years, but the French company is back at it again, announcing today the 101 XS. The Android tablet is the first in the company's new Gen10 lineup, and according to Director of Marketing Craig TerBlanche represents a much...
Archos announces 101 XS Android tablet with included keyboard dock
Devops grows up, Opscode preps services, solutions for enterprise use

Intel claims a new chip is first step toward exascale supercomputing

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We told you today about the newly crowned world’s fastest supercomputer, which used IBM Blue Gene/Q chips and 1.6 million cores to hit a record 16 petaflops—a petaflop being one quadrillion, or a thousand trillion calculations per second. As if that isn’t fast enough, researchers are trying to build new...
Intel claims a new chip is first step toward exascale supercomputing

DJ Shadow becomes first artist to get paid by BitTorrent

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Musicians and music industry executives often complain about the money they miss out on when people download music for free. DJ Shadow now has a new twist on that story: The turntablist launched a cooperation with BitTorrent Inc. Tuesday that gets him some revenue every time someone downloads a free...
DJ Shadow becomes first artist to get paid by BitTorrent
Inside one of the last pinball factories in the world

Top jobs of the week in digital media

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Last week was another tumultuous one for the newspaper industry: The Chicago Sun-Times laid off all 28 of its staff photographers, and Mathew Ingram contemplated what that means for the future of the photo desk and photojournalism at large. Meanwhile the media industry at large keeps chugging along. Check out...
Top jobs of the week in digital media

Industry Moves: Tylted; XING AG; Future Publishing; mDialog; Telegraph

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The latest hires in the tech and media industry… Tylted: Social and casual games company Tylted has made several additions to its management team: Steven Van Blarcom as EVP, Stellah De Ville as creative director, David Waldman in the strategic business development role, Wonny Lee as director of marketing,...
Industry Moves: Tylted; XING AG; Future Publishing; mDialog; Telegraph
Verizon launches Viewdini video search app exclusively for LTE Android devices (hands-on)

Here Are Five Things Brands Should Keep In Mind When Using Pinterest

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We spoke earlier today with Bulldog Gin, which plans to be the first alcohol brand with a page on Pinterest starting next week. While discussing Bulldog's strategy for Pinterest with brand manager Daniel Udell and Global Director of Marketing VP Josh Hayes, we came up with five good points...
Here Are Five Things Brands Should Keep In Mind When Using Pinterest

Four New Features To Make Corporations Love The iPhone 5 (AAPL)

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With the iPhone 5 and iOS 6, Apple is showing some interest in wooing corporate users. It added a few new features to make iPhones work better for companies that would maybe buy a bunch of them for employee use. Some of these features need the Apple Configurator, a free...
Four New Features To Make Corporations Love The iPhone 5 (AAPL)

Here Are the Nominees for This Year's Webutante Ball King and Queen

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(Photo: The Webutante Ball) The Webutante Ball, Internet Week’s “nerd prom” that people attend because they feel they have to, is swiftly approaching. Held at Marquee on May 23rd, the event attracts startup glitterati, media titans and various riffraff from The Scratcher. Here are the nominees for this year’s king...
Here Are the Nominees for This Year's Webutante Ball King and Queen

Archos 101 XS review

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Let's just call it like it is: Archos doesn't have a history of making good tablets. I have fond memories of my Jukebox MP3 player from years ago, but more recently the company's produced a slew of tablets that just didn't measure up. So when I first sat down...
Archos 101 XS review
Starbucks to add a shot of energy efficiency to its coffee shops

"Media manipulator" Ryan Holiday on regrets, ethical blogging and what will kill you

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With less than five weeks left to The Next Web Conference Latin America, we help you get ready with a new post series that will bring you everything you need to know about this exciting region and our conference’s speakers. We are glad to announce that young marketing genius Ryan Holiday...
"Media manipulator" Ryan Holiday on regrets, ethical blogging and what will kill you

News: Microsoft: No new Xbox in 2012

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Microsoft France's director of marketing has made it clear that we will not see a new Xbox console in 2012, despite rumours to the contrary. "We're in an industry that talks a lot, that likes to tell stories. I am not convinced things will happen this year," he told...
News: Microsoft: No new Xbox in 2012

Don’t Be Afraid To Go Pink: Designing Great Tech Products For Women

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Editor’s Note: This guest post was written by Sarah Paiji, co-founder and CEO of Snapette, a mobile fashion shopping startup that drives users to nearby stores. She is an alumni of 500 Startups accelerator and dropped out of Harvard Business School to work on Snapette full-time with her co-founder Jinhee...
Don’t Be Afraid To Go Pink: Designing Great Tech Products For Women

Suddenly, Facebook Is Playing Up Your Local 7-Eleven (FB)

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Facebook wants you to check out your local 7-Eleven. Or Dunkin Donuts. Or Starbucks. Pages for specific locations have seen a major pickup in activity on the social network in recent months. That's apparently the result of a deliberate shift in the algorithms Facebook uses to determine what to show...
Suddenly, Facebook Is Playing Up Your Local 7-Eleven (FB)
From Boeing to Microsoft Bob: Innovation in spotlight at Seattle's new history museum

Internet Explorer 10 Coming To Windows 7 - And That's It

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After a month's head start of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 8 users, Windows 7 users may be seeing their own IE 10 release as early as Tuesday, if rumors from Chinese blog iFanr have any validity. But will Microsoft's staggered release plan just cause more headaches for Web developers?...
Internet Explorer 10 Coming To Windows 7 - And That's It

Microsoft Begins Restoring 'Invisible' Windows Phone Apps

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Customers purchasing the new HTC Windows Phone 8X - the first to use Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 - may have faced an odd lack of some popular music apps, issues which Microsoft addressed on Monday. On Friday, Spotify, Slacker, TuneIn and podcast app 8Tracks didn't show up on the version...
Microsoft Begins Restoring 'Invisible' Windows Phone Apps

Gorilla Glass 3 promises 40 percent fewer scratches

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Corning has developed a new version of its Gorilla Glass for smartphones and tablets that it says will result in 40 percent fewer scratches and appear in devices later this year. Corning makes the glass used in devices from Apple, Samsung and other top-tier vendors. It introduced Gorilla Glass...
Gorilla Glass 3 promises 40 percent fewer scratches
Intel aims to disrupt proprietary networks with software-defined open networks
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