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dramatic impact

'Difficult To Work With,' Jack Dorsey's Role At Twitter Has Been 'Reduced'

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  Now we know how Jack Dorsey is handling two demanding jobs at two fast-growing companies. He's not, really. The Twitter cofounder made a triumphant return to the company in early 2011, after years away. Already chairman (after having originally been CEO), "executive" was appended to Dorsey's title to make it...
'Difficult To Work With,' Jack Dorsey's Role At Twitter Has Been 'Reduced'

CTIA Roundtable: Biz Stone, Aneesh Chopra and James Cameron

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Wrapping up this year’s CTIA mobile show here in Las Vegas is a special round table of thought leaders: Twitter’s Biz Stone, U.S. CTO Aneesh Chopra and filmmaker James Cameron came together with host and CNBC anchor Michelle Caruso-Cabrera to discuss the impact of mobile technology on business, media...
CTIA Roundtable: Biz Stone, Aneesh Chopra and James Cameron

Rob Smyth on the review system

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The decision review system itself is now under review following its dramatic impact on the game, which has left the legends pondering what might have beenWhen you have in excess of 500 Test wickets, it seems unnecessary to think about the ones that got away. Yet when Muttiah Muralitharan, Shane...
Rob Smyth on the review system

Nokia Lumia 610 hands-on (video)

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Nokia's stand at Mobile World Congress is more of a city than a dingy old booth -- it's absolutely massive, and full of Lumias and PureViews and Ashas (oh my!). As we continue to dissect the entire thing, our adventure has taken us to the Lumia 610. This particular...
Nokia Lumia 610 hands-on (video)

Japan's DeNA Appears Unfazed By Gaming Mechanics Ban As Profit Is Up 20%

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At least for the time being, Japan’s multibillion dollar gaming giant DeNA appears to be unaffected by the government’s recent inquiry into ‘gacha’ gaming mechanics. Profits were up 20 percent year-over-year to 10 billion yen ($127.3 million), and rose 6 percent quarter-over-quarter. Overall revenue was up 37 percent to...
Japan's DeNA Appears Unfazed By Gaming Mechanics Ban As Profit Is Up 20%

Boot up: Instagram v Vine, Playbook woes, Microsoft v BSkyB, and more

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Plus Firefox's new logo, are handsets heading for a 'black summer'?, the problem in San Francisco and moreA burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamA week after Instagram's video launch, Vine sharing tanks on Twitter >> MarketingLandIt's now been a full week...
Boot up: Instagram v Vine, Playbook woes, Microsoft v BSkyB, and more

How to design a positive or inspiring work space at home

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This post is brought to you by Citrix GoToMeeting With the U.S. Department of Labor reporting that almost a quarter of all employed persons have done “some or all of their work at home,” it shouldn’t come as a surprise that home working spaces are in high demand. Come...
How to design a positive or inspiring work space at home

Bill Gates backs cancer test startup to create a precise genomic tumor blueprint

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Bill Gates Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is tossing his support behind a Cambridge, Massachusetts company by the name of Foundation Medicine which is developing new tests for cancer.  Gates is among the investors pumping $13.5 million into the company, bringing Foundation’s latest round of financing to $56 million. “Advances in...
Bill Gates backs cancer test startup to create a precise genomic tumor blueprint

Got an iPhone? Then don't listen to this | Review

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Review: The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs, The Cut, Halesworth"How often do we wish that more things were handmade?" asks American monologist Mike Daisey. He stares us in the eye. "Now there are more handmade things than there have ever been in the history of the world." Most...
Got an iPhone? Then don't listen to this | Review

How to design a positive or inspiring work space at home

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With the U.S. Department of Labor reporting that almost a quarter of all employed persons have done “some or all of their work at home,” it shouldn’t come as a surprise that home working spaces are in high demand. Come to think of it, I can’t think of a single...
How to design a positive or inspiring work space at home

Digital multi-taskers rule: 42% of Americans access the Internet while watching TV

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(Photo: Steve Stein) How do you watch TV? Well, if you are like a growing contingent of Americans, you likely have a smartphone,  tablet or laptop by your side as you breeze through episodes of Parenthood or The Daily Show. According to a new study out today from KPMG, 42 percent...
Digital multi-taskers rule: 42% of Americans access the Internet while watching TV

How To Use Facebook's Open Graph To Build Your Business

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Last year, it became clear that Facebook is well on its way to becoming a social operating system underlying our digital lives.  And the enhanced Facebook Open Graph makes that vision a reality.  My company, Wetpaint, was fortunate to participate in a beta phase with Facebook and be a...
How To Use Facebook's Open Graph To Build Your Business

How Japan’s social game regulations will impact GREE, DeNA and the U.S.

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Shares in GREE, DeNA and other Japanese game developers plummeted this weekend on the news that kompu gacha, an extremely lucrative mechanic found in Japan’s highest grossing mobile-social games, violates Japanese law. With Japanese news outlets reporting the Japanese Consumer Affairs Agency will soon ban the practice, analysts predict Japanese social gaming companies...
How Japan’s social game regulations will impact GREE, DeNA and the U.S.

China considering broad law to require real-name registration for its 500m+ Internet users

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It looks like there is more bad news for Internet and social media services in China as the government is considering a move to introduce real-name registration for its more than 500 million Internet users in the country, Xinhua reports (via Bill Bishop). According to the proposal, Internet service providers and...
China considering broad law to require real-name registration for its 500m+ Internet users
A mobile meltdown in Spain
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Paul McCartney is right about cameraphones – here are a few tips for amateur paps | Charlie Condou

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Although 99% of the time it's no problem to be photographed, and most fans are lovely, some people are just rudeSir Paul McCartney has made some comments about fame and, more specifically, how it has changed since he first sprang into the public eye back in the 60s. He singled...
Paul McCartney is right about cameraphones – here are a few tips for amateur paps | Charlie Condou

Oracle Acquires DataRaker, A Big Data Supplier to Utilities

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Oracle says it will acquire DataRaker, a player in the business of big data analytics that specializes in working with data generated by smart meters used by the gas and electrical industries. Since DataRaker is relatively small and privately held, financial terms aren’t being disclosed. By my count, and it...
Oracle Acquires DataRaker, A Big Data Supplier to Utilities
15% would opt for iPhone over sex, 4% have used iPhone during sex

Sonar: This new service automatically tracks when app stores change their algorithms

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Mobile app developers live and die by how easily their apps are discovered in the various app stores from Apple, Google, Microsoft and Amazon. And any small tweak in the app stores can have a dramatic impact. But now a new service from Seattle startup MobileDevHQ is trying to help...
Sonar: This new service automatically tracks when app stores change their algorithms
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