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The DMR Index: So Agencies Can Cut Through the Adtech Noise
Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson to step down, according to AllThingsD

Google+ Opens Its Doors to Teens

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Introduces enhanced safety features, such as warning teens when they're about to make public posts....
Google+ Opens Its Doors to Teens
Protest stirs up GDC with 'God hates game designers' message
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Help the SEC Crowdsource Its Crowdfunding Rules

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(flickr.com/Sreejith K) The JOBS Act is a done deal, and as we reported last week, that means the doors to early-stage startup investment are about to swing wide open. But before everyone runs to their favorite crowdfunding platform, the SEC needs to come up with some rules. They’ve got...
Help the SEC Crowdsource Its Crowdfunding Rules

FAA grants Virgin Galactic permit for powered tests, becomes Sir Richard's BFF

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Virgin Galactic is one step closer to relieving WhiteKnightTwo of its babysitting gig. The FAA has given the Branson bunch permission to switch on SpaceShipTwo's rocket-powered motors mid-flight. The upcoming trials could open up the doors to getting at least 500 lucky people total ballers out of the Mojave...
FAA grants Virgin Galactic permit for powered tests, becomes Sir Richard's BFF

Clothes Horse is blazing the trail for the future of clothing that fits

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Online shopping is wildly convenient if you’re tight on time or live out in the boonies, miles from a mall. But often with convenience, comes compromise – on both quality and fit because it’s hard to tell from a picture, especially of a supermodel, what the clothes really look like...
Clothes Horse is blazing the trail for the future of clothing that fits

Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean binaries added to AOSP

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Barely a fortnight after the Android 4.2 binaries were added to the Android Open Source Project database, here comes Android 4.2.1. It appears as if the files have been uploaded for the Nexus 10, Nexus 7, Galaxy Nexus (Verizon model included), but the Nexus 4 is being omitted for...
Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean binaries added to AOSP

AT&T to release Digital Life home automation in March

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AT&T's mobile-friendly Digital Life home monitoring system has been brewing for nearly a year. At last, it's ready to roll: the service is now expected to launch in eight markets as of this March. While we're still waiting on prices, the company is already dividing its offering up into...
AT&T to release Digital Life home automation in March
NYC iPad line: Shorter than iPad 2, longer than expected

12 Startups Solving The Little Problems In Life That Drive Us All Crazy

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There are a lot of little problems in life. You lose your car keys. You're craving peanut butter but can't reach the last glob. You have one more slot on your power strip, but your cord is too clunky to fit. None of these are big problems, but they're all...
12 Startups Solving The Little Problems In Life That Drive Us All Crazy

Persuade bands to play near you with Songkick's 'Detour' crowdfunding platform, kicking off with London

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If you’re one of those music fans who hounds bands and musicians with questions such as ‘When are you coming to play MY town?’, Detour is one service you will be all over like a deranged groupie rash. London-based startup Songkick launched crowdfunding platform Detour in private beta last year,...
Persuade bands to play near you with Songkick's 'Detour' crowdfunding platform, kicking off with London

Skyfire 2.0 Brings Flash Video to Android

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While Flash on the iPhone and iPad certainly isn't in the cards, it looks like it will be coming to Android even sooner than Google VP Any Rubin said it would. Mobile browser company Skyfire released version 2.0 today, which brings Flash video to Android along with a few other...
Skyfire 2.0 Brings Flash Video to Android

Apple to open retail store in Shenzhen, China on November 3rd

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Shenzhen made a name for itself as the city that manufactures the world’s electronics, including many of Apple’s devices, but residents will now have a chance to buy Apple’s goods directly from the source when the company opens its first retail store there on Saturday. Chinese media noticed on Monday...
Apple to open retail store in Shenzhen, China on November 3rd

☼ Open your doors Arizona, America needs pollenaters! http://j.mp/ae20Pk

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☼ Open your doors Arizona, America needs pollenaters! http://j.mp/ae20Pk

AMC to live stream Breaking Bad season premiere on its site, Dish customers rejoice

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Yes! Good news are in for those of you who were affected by the ongoing kerfuffle between Dish and AMC: the TV network just announced it'll be live streaming the return of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman on its website. As you're likely aware, this announcement comes shortly after...
AMC to live stream Breaking Bad season premiere on its site, Dish customers rejoice
New York's Chinatown Fair arcade reopens, but the game has changed

Don't fret: There's another mobile RSS reader for you out there yet

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It’s been a bit of an interesting week for Android users. On the one hand, Samsung, the world’s biggest Android handset manufacturer, just announced the next iteration of its very popular smartphone, and on the other, Google announced the impending shut down of Reader, which will inevitably impact mobile...
Don't fret: There's another mobile RSS reader for you out there yet
Digg and Milk founder Kevin Rose heads to Google

When - And Why - You Should Say "No" To $1 Million

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Guest author John Fearon is CEO of Dropmyemail.com, which backs up emails in the cloud. As a CEO/Founder of a startup, you might very well find yourself seeking to raise $1 million. Imagine your investors say "Yes" and you get the money. Is it really time to celebrate? That depends...
When - And Why - You Should Say "No" To $1 Million

The first real, high-resolution, user-configurable bionic eye

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Researchers in Germany have unveiled the Alpha IMS retinal prosthesis; a device that completely redefines the state of the art of implanted, bionic devices. The first round of clinical trials were a huge success, with eight out of nine patients reporting that they can now detect mouth shapes (smiles, frowns),...
The first real, high-resolution, user-configurable bionic eye

Zynga's David Ko opens up about Zynga's mobile publishing plans

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When Zynga announced its mobile publishing program at June’s Zynga Unleashed event, details about the program were left vague. Recently, Zynga CMO David Ko talked to us about the program, unveiling some details about what developers can expect to get out of partnering with Zynga and what Zynga itself is looking for....
Zynga's David Ko opens up about Zynga's mobile publishing plans

LAUNCH Education & Kids conference will highlight the best technology innovation in education

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Next week, LAUNCH will be holding a conference to highlight the top innovation in education, which is an underserved vertical in technology. As we’ve noted before, the future of technology has quite a bit to do with the future of education as a whole. Now that coding and Internet courses...
LAUNCH Education & Kids conference will highlight the best technology innovation in education

Teaming Gmail, Google Search Not Security Risk

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While the new service is not likely to open doors to attacks, privacy concerns may worry some users enough that they'll opt out, expert says....
Teaming Gmail, Google Search Not Security Risk
Tickets for PandoMonthly SF with Dropbox's Drew Houston on sale now!

Need an expert? LiveNinja pairs those who need with those who know via webcam

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If you’ve ever considered yourself to be an expert at something, to the point that you could teach someone else, chances are you’ve thought about ways that you could make a buck or two doing just that. The other side of this same story is those of us who have...
Need an expert? LiveNinja pairs those who need with those who know via webcam

The Doors – Roadhouse Blues [Live In Philadelphia '70] (LP Version)

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The Doors – Roadhouse Blues [Live In Philadelphia '70] (LP Version)

NY approves Cornell Tech's applied sciences campus on Roosevelt Island

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While Cornell has given its researchers the resources to build spider-like robots and move Pong paddles with the power of the mind, students more interested in the software side of engineering have not been getting as much love. That's about to change, however, with the recent City Planning Commission...
NY approves Cornell Tech's applied sciences campus on Roosevelt Island
Apple counts down to 25 billion App Store downloads
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