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Android this week: Nexus 4 reviewed; Droid DNA here; live TV on Galaxy Note 2

Kodak's Decline Continues as Digital Cameras Get the Ax

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Kodak, once a symbol of technological innovation, is lately looking more like a textbook example of a disrupted company. The company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last month, after years of struggling to keep up in a landscape dominated by digital cameras, smartphones and photo-sharing apps. One of...
Kodak's Decline Continues as Digital Cameras Get the Ax

Infographic: When Link Building Turns Into A Linkpocalypse

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If you want to succeed with gaining search traffic through SEO, building links is one of the most important ranking factors that can help you. But go too far, and the search police might crack down on you. How do you avoid a disaster? To help, the folks at DNA created......
Infographic: When Link Building Turns Into A Linkpocalypse

I Think Apple CEO Tim Cook Is Doing A Great Job (AAPL)

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I don't spend my days giving Apple a never-ending proctology exam the way other people do, but given the importance of the CEO transition at the top of the company, I just wanted to say this: From my perspective, Tim Cook is doing a great job. My impression of...
I Think Apple CEO Tim Cook Is Doing A Great Job (AAPL)
Are You Ready For Developers To Get Into Your Genes? 23AndMe Is, Launches API

Verizon won't carry the HTC One, Droid DNA will have to do for now

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You may have noticed a conspicuous absence in the US carrier plans for the HTC One. Your eyes didn't deceive: once again, Verizon is sitting out the primary launch of an HTC flagship. Just why isn't clear. When asked, Big Red told us it doesn't comment on its device...
Verizon won't carry the HTC One, Droid DNA will have to do for now

Mobile cloud DVR app BooxTV snapped up by Finnish telco

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The idea of third-party services that allow online TV recording may have proved controversial in some quarters, but now a Finnish telco is acquiring just such a thing. DNA Ltd has bought a fifth of Booxmedia, whose BooxTV app is an internet-based DVR for smartphones and tablets. BooxTV’s mobile app...
Mobile cloud DVR app BooxTV snapped up by Finnish telco
Samsung Nexus 10 manual leaks ahead of Google event?

To Pivot Or Not To Pivot: Instagram vs. Pinterest

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One of the more intriguing aspects of Instagram's $1 billion payday from Facebook is that photo sharing was Plan B. Compare that to the other social startup darling of 2012, Pinterest, which has stayed true to its original mission from Day 1. Are there any lessons to be gleaned...
To Pivot Or Not To Pivot: Instagram vs. Pinterest
Motorola’s Next Super Phone Leaked: Meet Verizon’s Droid RAZR HD

DNA may soon be used for storage

www.computerworld.com
Researchers at a UK-based bioinformatics school have stored .mp3 and text files in DNA material that they claim can last 10,000 years....
DNA may soon be used for storage
Health Science | Selling Your Most Personal Item: You

Muxi Takes On LinkedIn With Mobile-First Social Network For Professionals

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Is there room for another social network in the age of Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn? According to newly launched, mobile-first startup Muxi, the answer to that question is “yes,” and specifically, it’s targeting the LinkedIn crowd with its social network for professionals. According to Muxi co-founder Bertrand Besse, there’s still...
Muxi Takes On LinkedIn With Mobile-First Social Network For Professionals

Biology Meets Typography With DNA Sans

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Typography fans, rejoice: Here’s a really fascinating new font, created entirely out of DNA tiles...
Biology Meets Typography With DNA Sans
HTC Droid DNA for Verizon Wireless hands-on

The Future of Mozilla: Fast Second Follow

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No one wants to be a follower. Except Mozilla. Mozilla rarely moves the consumer needle with its own inventions. Rather, the company is at its best — and its best is revolutionary — when it takes an existing product and re-envisions it as a public benefit product, where the...
The Future of Mozilla: Fast Second Follow

HTC One event roundup

www.engadget.com
For a company whose launch event revolved around a singular device, HTC had a lot on its plate when unveiling the One. After all, the occasion was as much to showcase software as it was hardware. Not to fret -- we've bundled all the relevant stories in one place...
HTC One event roundup

Anne Wojcicki of 23andMe on One Million-DNA March and More (Video)

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Last week, I paid a visit to the Mountain View, Calif. offices of personal genomics company 23andMe, which just raised more than $50 million in a new funding round, to add to the $68 million it has garnered since it was founded in 2006. The new financing includes Russian...
Anne Wojcicki of 23andMe on One Million-DNA March and More (Video)
Contact lens solution hosts giant virus, ecosystem of parasites

Don't Be Forgotten: A Google Lunar X Prize Contender Will Land Your DNA on the Moon

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As part of its Kickstarter funding, the Omega Envoy will send your DNA to the moon. All you have to do is donate $10,000....
Don't Be Forgotten: A Google Lunar X Prize Contender Will Land Your DNA on the Moon

Earlybird’s $100m will fund Berlin’s ‘antisocial’ movement

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A common complaint in Berlin that the scene has plenty of hype but not enough in the way of local investment. Well, here comes something big. Earlybird, the VC that moved all its operations to the city last year in response to the frenzy of activity there, has just announced...
Earlybird’s $100m will fund Berlin’s ‘antisocial’ movement

Buzzness? Bizzness? BuzzFeed Officially Launches New Business Vertical

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One of our Most Innovative Companies of 2013 continues to... innovate. BuzzFeed is to launch a business-based website, it officially announced today. (Though the news was much-discussed on Twitter over the weekend.) The blog network, seen by just about everyone as King of the Memes (and, indeed, seen by...
Buzzness? Bizzness? BuzzFeed Officially Launches New Business Vertical

Weekend Ar(t)s answers your questions before seeing Prometheus

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During the weekend, even Ars takes an occasional break from explaining SSDs or trying to understand Flame cheats. Weekend Ar(t)s is a chance to share what we're watching/listening to/reading or otherwise consuming this week. There's a lot more to see... Let's not waste any time. Prometheus is in theaters now...
Weekend Ar(t)s answers your questions before seeing Prometheus

Chilean startup Hadza wants to crowdsource live event videos

thenextweb.com
Are you a Beastie Boys fan? If so, you will understand very quickly what the new Chilean platform Hadza does. The link between the two is an innovative concert video the band did in 2006. Called ‘Awesome; I… Shot That!‘, it was filmed by members of the audience. As an Internet simultaneity-based video platform, what Hadza does...
Chilean startup Hadza wants to crowdsource live event videos

MIT and Harvard engineers create graphene electronics with DNA-based lithography

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Chemical and molecular engineers at at MIT and Harvard have successfully used templates made of DNA to cheaply and easily pattern graphene into nanoscale structures that could eventually be fashioned into electronic circuits....
MIT and Harvard engineers create graphene electronics with DNA-based lithography

Firmware updates for Pioneer AV receivers add HTC Connect music streaming compatibility

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Pioneer flirted with HTC Connect earlier in the year, and now the relationship is getting more serious with firmware upgrades to Pioneer's AV receivers adding compatibility for the DLNA streaming tech. Fresh firmware is available now for the majority of 2012-model standard and Elite receivers, so if you've got...
Firmware updates for Pioneer AV receivers add HTC Connect music streaming compatibility

DNA 'perfect for digital storage'

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UK scientists demonstrate how DNA could be used to archive digital data, encoding Shakespeare's sonnets and other information in the "life molecule"....
DNA 'perfect for digital storage'
Donating DNA isn't as anonymous as you might think

New Blog Post: ActivityStreams Aim to Be DNA of the Future Web http://goo.gl/fb/y85d

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New Blog Post: ActivityStreams Aim to Be DNA of the Future Web http://goo.gl/fb/y85d

What does your DNA "sound" like? Find out with help from 23andMe

thenextweb.com
We know that our bodies are made up of pretty unique stuff, as nobody on this planet is exactly the same as anyone else. However, there are key things in......
What does your DNA "sound" like? Find out with help from 23andMe
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