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Google Music lets you backup your entire library

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One of the only disadvantages of Google’s new Google Music service is that, until now, your music has essentially been locked within the cloud — with the exception of any tracks you purchased through the Android Market. Today, however, Google has rolled out a new version of its Google Music...
Google Music lets you backup your entire library

Two Months Removed From AddressGate, Path Starts Hashing, Anonymizing Data

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Back in early February, Path met with some serious backlash when Arun Thampi revealed that the social app was uploading address book data without explicit permission from its users. Path responded by taking Mike Arrington’s advice, deleting the entire collection of user-uploaded contact information from its servers, and an update...
Two Months Removed From AddressGate, Path Starts Hashing, Anonymizing Data

Microsoft Kin One and Kin Two announced: Windows Phone roots with a social slant

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It's finally official: Microsoft Pink -- the product of Redmond's acquisition of Danger -- has just been unveiled as a pair of handsets sourced from Sharp (which made most of Danger's Sidekicks) known as the Kin One and Kin Two. The devices are being marketed as Windows Phones, and...
Microsoft Kin One and Kin Two announced: Windows Phone roots with a social slant

Modington Lets You Shop For Outfits, Not Just Clothes

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Pranav Dharma, a former IBM engineer, self-described “fashionable” geek, and founder of new women’s apparel startup Modington, thinks that today’s online e-commerce sites don’t reflect how women really shop for clothes and accessories. So he decided to create one. Enter, Modington. “I was inspired by observing how my wife shops,”...
Modington Lets You Shop For Outfits, Not Just Clothes

Moog Music's Amos Gaynes on learning to code in BASIC and going off the grid

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Every week, a new and interesting human being tackles our decidedly geeky take on the Proustian Q&A. This is the Engadget Questionnaire. In the return edition of our regular session of inquiry, Moog Music product manager Amos Gaynes discusses sound synthesis, tolerance for poor battery life and shares his...
Moog Music's Amos Gaynes on learning to code in BASIC and going off the grid

This is where Proview, the company that could cost Apple millions in China, lives

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Precious little is known about Taiwanese firm Proview, but a notable fact about the company is that that it legally holds the rights to the iPad trademark in China. The company’s challenge to Apple’s use of iPad, which began back in 2010, has seen a serious legal case build up,...
This is where Proview, the company that could cost Apple millions in China, lives

Comcast will stream its entire content library for free from March 25-31 for its 'Watchathon' event

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Global media and technology company Comcast Corporation announced today that it will be open its content up as part of its”Watchathon” event from March 25 through 31. During this time, customers will have unlimited access to the company’s entire programming library of more than 3,500 episodes from over 100 series...
Comcast will stream its entire content library for free from March 25-31 for its 'Watchathon' event
Path’s new Terms of Service puts the lie to CEO’s apology

Oh, Snap! Flickr Takes on Instagram.

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You probably know someone who does it. I’m talking about the friend who can’t start dinner without taking a picture of it first. Or the family member agonizing over which Instagram filter to use before uploading his 100th picture of last night’s sunset. For better or worse, apps like Instagram...
Oh, Snap! Flickr Takes on Instagram.

The Russian Billionaire Who Made A Fortune Off Facebook Has Some Awesome Toys

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Alisher Usmanov is now Russia's richest man thanks to the investment he made in Facebook three years ago.  The oligarch, whose investment term DST has invested in several Silicon Valley startups and sold $1.4 billion worth of Facebook stock during the company's IPO, is currently worth some $18.1 billion, according...
The Russian Billionaire Who Made A Fortune Off Facebook Has Some Awesome Toys

Megaupload lawyer: User data is safe for “at least two weeks”

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Reports that the FBI would move in to seize the entire collection of Megaupload user data by Thursday have been nullified after the file-sharing site’s third party hosts, Carpathia Hosting and Cogent Communications, agreed a deal that will see the files saved for at least two weeks. Megaupload lawyer Ira Rothken...
Megaupload lawyer: User data is safe for “at least two weeks”

Google celebrates Landsat's 40th birthday, makes available timelapse videos of the Earth's surface

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Google just took to its official Lat Long blog to wish the Landsat satellite program a happy 40th birthday. The revered program essentially collects continuous images of the Earth’s surface to help smart folks, like scientists and researchers, make knowledgeable decisions on the economy and environment. Google Earth Engine helps to make Landsat’s...
Google celebrates Landsat's 40th birthday, makes available timelapse videos of the Earth's surface
Gina is from Venus, men are from the internet

New Path update allows users to opt out of contact sharing; CEO apologizes

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Yesterday it was revealed that the popular social networking app Path was uploading entire iPhone address books to the company’s server. The data uploaded included full names, phone numbers and email addresses, and the app uploaded all this data without ever asking for permission. Dave Morin, Path’s co-founder and...
New Path update allows users to opt out of contact sharing; CEO apologizes
Smithsonian tours its meteorite storage facility: over 15,000 samples in 'tight security'
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Rolling Stone Releases Entire Archive on the Web

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Everyone must get stoned — Rolling Stoned, that is. Starting today, the mag beloved by aging mamas and papas and young music fans alike is making its entire collection of magazines (43 years’ worth) available on the web — for a price. Although much of the content will, in...
Rolling Stone Releases Entire Archive on the Web
Ebay user selling 6,850 games and 330 consoles for $550K

Paul McCartney jets from streaming music services; Rhapsody calls it a ‘shock’

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Paul McCartney. Wikipedia photo Paul McCartney appears to be a “Band on the Run” … at least when it comes to popular music streaming services. The former Beatle has pulled his tracks from the likes of Spotify, Rdio and Rhapsody just a few days after releasing a new album, Kisses on...
Paul McCartney jets from streaming music services; Rhapsody calls it a ‘shock’

M-Go signs up Lionsgate, gets Mad Men, Hunger Games and Twilight

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M-Go, the online video service that was founded by Technicolor and Dreamworks, signed a licensing agreement with Lionsgate to get access the studio’s catalog. The deal includes all previous seasons of Mad Men, as well as next-day access to new episodes as the show gets back on the air next...
M-Go signs up Lionsgate, gets Mad Men, Hunger Games and Twilight

Path Just Nuked All That User Data It Had Stored

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Social networking app Path has deleted all address book data it stored on its servers, Path CEO Dave Morin said in a blog post just moments ago. It was revealed yesterday that Path is storing address book data. "We made a mistake," he said, in a blog post titled "We...
Path Just Nuked All That User Data It Had Stored

Artist Uses iPad as a Drawing Tablet at Tech Events

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Autodesk’s Sketchbook Pro, a Pogo stylus and loads of creativity – that’s all David Newman uses to draw such impressive portraits of people with his iPad. David, who previously worked as a newspaper court artist, has covered popular tech events including Twitter’s Chirp conference, PayPal DevCamp, Startup Weekend and...
Artist Uses iPad as a Drawing Tablet at Tech Events

Backspaces sets its sights on dissatisfied Instagram users

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Backspaces is an iOS app from the company of the same name. It is presently being featured in the New and Noteworthy section of the App Store, and a number of Instagram users have been jumping ship to the new service following the recent controversial (and widely misinterpreted) changes to...
Backspaces sets its sights on dissatisfied Instagram users

YC alumni ReelSurfer rolls out new user profiles to help you "claim" your clips

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Have you ever found yourself frustrated with the fact that you can’t find clips of your favorite quote or sequence easily without having to scan through the entire video? What if there was a way where you could compile all the best scenes into one giant reel so you could...
YC alumni ReelSurfer rolls out new user profiles to help you "claim" your clips

iPod on the iPad

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iPod on the iPad is a post from Chris PirilloUsing your iPad as a music device will let you see and touch your music in ways you can’t when using your iPod. The large screen makes it so much easier to view your library, and make changes as needed. You...
iPod on the iPad

Dropbox buys social photo aggregation service Snapjoy

www.electronista.com
Cloud-storage service Dropbox has acquired Snapjoy, a photograph aggregation site. Snapjoy collects together images captured on a camera or phone, as well as those posted on social sites such as Twitter, Instagram, and Flickr, and allowed users to view their entire collection through an app for iOS or the service's...
Dropbox buys social photo aggregation service Snapjoy

Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum Does Digital Archives Right -- Hi-Res Downloads And A Suite Of Online Editing Tools

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Museums and copyright have historically had a somewhat strained relationship. Overly complicated copyright laws and overly long copyright terms have only made this more problematic, resulting in museum policy oddities like prohibiting photography and sketching, as the Art Institute of Chicago recently did. (Flash photography is prohibited almost universally, but...
Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum Does Digital Archives Right -- Hi-Res Downloads And A Suite Of Online Editing Tools
Adobe Just Killed Your Ability To Pirate Photoshop
Three-year project to digitize 200,000 historical maps is nearly complete

Good call: Path apologizes, erases all lifted address book data from servers

gigaom.com
Path CEO Dave Morin Path, the mobile app for cataloging your daily activities and sharing them with a relatively small circle of contacts, came under serious fire on Tuesday when it was discovered that Path’s iPhone app imports all of its users’ address book data onto Path’s own servers without...
Good call: Path apologizes, erases all lifted address book data from servers
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