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An update on the Google bar

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Two months ago, we announced our plans to roll out a new design for the Google bar. Our goal was to create a beautifully simple and intuitive experience across Google. Based on your feedback, we realized there were some elements of the new bar that we could improve, and with...
An update on the Google bar

First week of March fingered for iPad 3 announcement

arstechnica.com
There have been many rumors about the launch of Apple's next-gen iPad, but the first substantial bit of info comes courtesy of All Things D. According to sources speaking to the publication, the iPad 3 will be introduced at an event in San Francisco during the first week of...
First week of March fingered for iPad 3 announcement

RIM patents trapezoidal BlackBerry keyboards for slanty-thumbed texters

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RIM is utterly devoted to the physical keyboard, but how do you deal with sausage-fingered emailers who can't pick out individual keys? Thanks to this newly-granted 2009 patent, the company has the solution -- a trapezoidal keyboard designed to offer easier access of type-weary thumbs and wider keys for...
RIM patents trapezoidal BlackBerry keyboards for slanty-thumbed texters

VIDEO: Kraftwerk: 'Beach Boys with machines'

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The German techno band Kraftwerk created more than just music. Their work combined elements of sound, technology and visual art. Now, the band is being recognised with a retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art....
VIDEO: Kraftwerk: 'Beach Boys with machines'
Microsoft Office logo goes Metro, hints at 2013 release for Office 15

Nokia 808 PureView to launch in India and Russia from this month

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Nokia has said that it will begin rolling out its Symbian-powered Nokia 808 PureView to “select markets” in May, initially launching the 41-megapixel device in Russian and Indian markets. Having launched in this year’s Mobile World Congress, the device won awards for its impressive optics and ability to capture incredible...
Nokia 808 PureView to launch in India and Russia from this month

Rovio launches Angry Birds Space, crashes on to iOS, Android, PC and Mac from 99¢

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In the past few moments, Finnish design studio Rovio has pushed the button and finally launched the next instalment in the Angry Birds franchise — Angry Birds Space. Launching on the App Store, Android, on PC and on the Mac, Angry Birds Space has a new twist compared to earlier...
Rovio launches Angry Birds Space, crashes on to iOS, Android, PC and Mac from 99¢

Pirate Bay Under DDoS Attack From Unknown Enemy

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Although Pirate Bay downtime happens a handful of times each month, it rarely persists for more than a few hours. When it goes beyond that the steady flow of reader emails to TorrentFreak quickly transforms itself into a torrent. At the time of writing The Pirate Bay has been inaccessible...
Pirate Bay Under DDoS Attack From Unknown Enemy
Microsoft's Courier-like radial menu for OneNote Windows 8 (hands-on)

LoveThis Launches Social Recommendation ‘Anti-App’ By Adding Facebook, Email Tips To The Mix

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Feeling overloaded by social recommendation apps? Get ready for another one hitting the market, although this one says it will come with a twist: LoveThis, the social recommendation service that launched last year with $2 million in funding, today has launched an iOS app to let friends recommend across 10...
LoveThis Launches Social Recommendation ‘Anti-App’ By Adding Facebook, Email Tips To The Mix
Custom fragrance captures the scent of a MacBook Pro unboxing

Sensitive scales can weigh individual atoms, ensure perfect recipes

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Those of you who have navigated beyond using an Easy-Bake Oven will know that weighing out ingredients is a chore. Then again, it's nothing compared to the sort of balancing that takes place at the Catalan Institute of Nanotechnology, where a team has developed a method of weighing individual...
Sensitive scales can weigh individual atoms, ensure perfect recipes

Kingdoms of Amalur: A great action game in an empty, forgettable world

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The ubiquity of the action RPG, as an idea, is a little weird when you think about it. It's hard to think of two more disparate genres to try to combine, and usually the attempt ends up leaning too heavily toward one side of the coin or the other....
Kingdoms of Amalur: A great action game in an empty, forgettable world

Engadget Giveaway: win one of two Pantech Elements, courtesy of DTS!

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After a pair of audio-centric giveaways, you'd think we would be done with the genre for a while, right? Wrong! Today's offering isn't necessarily a pair of headphones or fancy speaker system, but rather the Pantech Element, a waterproof Android tablet that just so happens to be equipped with...
Engadget Giveaway: win one of two Pantech Elements, courtesy of DTS!
A YouTube Studio Borrows The Old Hollywood System To Make Big Hits

RIM shows off BlackBerry 10 touch keyboard with gesture support

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What's the best thing about the BlackBerry platform? Most would say it's the keyboard, which continues to be world-class in the company's most recent handsets, like the Bold 9900. One of the big questions on the fans of the BB faithful in the new operating system was how the...
RIM shows off BlackBerry 10 touch keyboard with gesture support

What Startups Need to Know About Marketing

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One of the hardest things that a startup can do is get its marketing act together. Part of the problem is that entrepreneurs are passionate about creating their business, but not necessarily savvy about setting the right tone for the pitch. Another part is what Marcia Kadanoff, the CEO of...
What Startups Need to Know About Marketing

Amazon's recommendation secret

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Much is made of what the likes of Facebook, Google and Apple know about users. Truth is, Amazon may know more. And the massive retailer proves it every day. FORTUNE -- When Amazon recommends a product on its site, it is clearly not a coincidence. At root, the retail giant's...
Amazon's recommendation secret
Google analytics goes mobile with alerts and real-time data
3D renders of next iPhone parts good enough to fool many

Stop Blaming IT! How Communication Could Improve From The SEO Side

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Last time, we talked about making your Global Search Marketing Ecosystem  thrive and one of the key elements for success was effective IT Integration. Adam Sherk’s recent article on Nine Common SEO Road Blocks delves into some of the IT challenges. His article identifies three of the nine... Please visit...
Stop Blaming IT! How Communication Could Improve From The SEO Side

Hacker News app news:yc is now available for the iPad and iPod Touch

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Popular Hacker News app news:yc has been revamped and is now available for the iPad for the first time. Building on the first version, which was created more than a year ago, news:yc 1.2 expands support beyond the iPhone, and brings the app to the iPod Touch, as well as...
Hacker News app news:yc is now available for the iPad and iPod Touch

Still Fucking Hate Email

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Fred Wilson took some time this morning to go off against email. Clearly annoyed, he writes: I write these posts occasionally to let people know. The result is hundreds of comments about how I can make email work better for me. Please don’t leave those comments. I don’t want to make...
Still Fucking Hate Email

Now, What About Chrome For iOS?

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“It’s a tough question for us.” That’s what Google SVP of Chrome Sundar Pichai told me when I asked him about the possibility of Chrome launching on iOS one day. I ask, of course, because Chrome just launched in beta for Android users (well, Ice Cream Sandwich users) today. Pichai...
Now, What About Chrome For iOS?
LinkedIn Is Gearing Up For A Redesign: Bigger Pictures, Anchored Menu (And A Life Less Tweeted)

How Running A Startup Is Like Surfing

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And other thoughts from Steve Jang, avid surfer and co-creator of the social music app Soundtracking. "You get that timing, you pop up, you find your balance, and you ride that wave--and you have to do that over and over."Steve Jang is the cofounder and CEO of Schematic Labs, whose...
How Running A Startup Is Like Surfing

Layer Cake: Designers have a new way to save graphics for the Web

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The killer team behind the Espresso editor, MacRabbit has just recently launched their latest app, Layer Cake, and it’s worth a double-take. Photoshop users know it can be a battle moving their work from the image editor into files that are ready for the Web. Everyone has their own workflow...
Layer Cake: Designers have a new way to save graphics for the Web

New York Times playable space game lets you blow up those pesky banner ads

www.engadget.com
Let's be honest here: as great as The New York Times story on casual gaming might be, it's destined to be overshadowed by the sweet interactive feature at the top, an embedded version of an Asteroids-like shooter from Rootof Creations that lets you do a number on the site's...
New York Times playable space game lets you blow up those pesky banner ads

Task management startup Asana launches “Inbox”, believes it will cut down your email time by 50%

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The last mention of Asana on The Next Web saw the announcement of its business model: premium workspaces. Today we’re back to a focus on productivity-enhancing new features, and one that’s potentially very disruptive. Asana is launching “Inbox” a feature that aims to drastically reduce the amount of time you...
Task management startup Asana launches “Inbox”, believes it will cut down your email time by 50%

Vyclone Launches An iPhone App For Truly Social Video Creation And Sharing

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There’s no shortage of ‘social/mobile/location-based’ video sharing apps out there, which will let you take a video and maybe slap a filter on it and share what you’re doing with people nearby and show off how friggin cool you are. Think Socialcam/Viddy/Klip/etc. But how social is that, really? Well how...
Vyclone Launches An iPhone App For Truly Social Video Creation And Sharing
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