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Dish faces challenges ramping up its LTE network

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The FCC has imposed some strict requirements on Dish's rollout of its recently-granted 4G LTE network. [Read more]...
Dish faces challenges ramping up its LTE network

Sorry, But People Who Lost Money On Facebook Stock Have Only Themselves And Their Advisors To Blame

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One of my favorite business pundits, the New York Times and CNBC star Andrew Ross Sorkin, has written a column laying the blame for Facebook's stock collapse at the feet of one man: Facebook CFO David Ebersman. "It is David Ebersman's fault," Sorkin says. "There's just no way around it."...
Sorry, But People Who Lost Money On Facebook Stock Have Only Themselves And Their Advisors To Blame

Google lands patent for automatic object recognition in videos, leaves no stone untagged

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Google has already been working on patents that could pick out faces and song melodies in our YouTube clips. Now, it might just have the ultimate tool: the technique in a just-granted patent could pick out objects in a video, whether they're living or not. Instead of asking the...
Google lands patent for automatic object recognition in videos, leaves no stone untagged

iPhone OS 4.0 Secrets: Faces and more in Photos app

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Filed under: iPhone Looks like the iPhone OS 4.0 update will bring ever more Desktop-class features into the mobile sphere. An anonymous TUAW tipster has sent in the following photos, showing several new features in action. These include Faces for iPhone, e-mail resizing options, and a kick-ass assets editor that...
iPhone OS 4.0 Secrets: Faces and more in Photos app

ECO ART: Nick Gentry’s Expressive Floppy Disk Paintings

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A look at Nick Gentry’s paintings offers insight not only into the bold and soulful faces he paints, but of the stories locked in his medium. By salvaging discarded media storage ranging from floppy disks to VHS tapes for his canvas, Gentry emphasizes that not unlike oral tradition, pieces of stories are often lost as we transition from one...
ECO ART: Nick Gentry’s Expressive Floppy Disk Paintings

After 2012 launch splash, Windows 8 faces enterprise skepticism

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Among the raft of recent and upcoming Microsoft upgrades, Windows 8 towers in importance but its chances for success remain cloudy among enterprise customers....
After 2012 launch splash, Windows 8 faces enterprise skepticism

YouTube Adds Face Blurring for Protesters, Worried Parents

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YouTube has added a face blurring option to the site's built-in photo editor. When users apply the option, YouTube tries to detect and blur all faces automatically....
YouTube Adds Face Blurring for Protesters, Worried Parents

Googler Urges Boycott Of Amazon Over Pricing (GOOG, AMZN)

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Tim Bray, co-inventor of XML and former director of Web technologies at Sun Microsystems, is now one of the more public faces for Google. He's pretty sawed-off at Amazon at the moment, and he's urging readers of his personal blog to boycott Amazon.  He explains why on his personal blog,...
Googler Urges Boycott Of Amazon Over Pricing (GOOG, AMZN)

Gadgetwise Blog: Reading a Bedtime Story Together from Afar

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Kindoma Storytime, an iPad app, allows two people to read an e-book together, with both faces and the book appearing on each person's screen.    ...
Gadgetwise Blog: Reading a Bedtime Story Together from Afar
Elon Musk paints rosier picture of Tesla's slower production, fund raising

'The Buddhist' video game knows there's more to life than collecting coins, saving princesses

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This was certainly one of the more mysterious exhibits at today's ITP Winter Show at NYU. In fact, when we asked its co-creator Bona Kim what it was all about, she wouldn't tell us how to play her game, The Buddhist. That's not really the point, she insisted. Instead,...
'The Buddhist' video game knows there's more to life than collecting coins, saving princesses
The story behind Felix Baumgartner's supersonic jump

The Case Against Google, The Definition Of "Evil", And The Wrong Choice

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The Case Against Google, The Definition Of "Evil", And The Wrong Choice: You’ve probably already read it from the 1,000 others who have linked to it, but just in case, I’ll add to the chorus: read Mat Honan’s take on Google in its current form. The most interest takeaway to...
The Case Against Google, The Definition Of "Evil", And The Wrong Choice

Microsoft Is Cool Again, So Here’s a Gratuitous Steve Ballmer Video

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You know what they say: Hang on to anything long enough, and it’ll eventually be cool again. Prominent illustrations include bell bottoms, platform shoes and, apparently, Microsoft. Reuters talked to some of Microsoft’s 1,500 (!!) summer interns. And Betabeat thought we had a small platoon here at the Observer! Microsoft’s keen new...
Microsoft Is Cool Again, So Here’s a Gratuitous Steve Ballmer Video
Intel's creepy face-tracking takes cues from 'Minority Report' ads (hands-on)

Fireside Hangouts: Join First Lady Michelle Obama in a Google+ Hangout to discuss Let's Move!

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In the past month, both the President and Vice President of the United States have come to Google+ to participate in "Fireside Hangouts" to discuss the challenges the country faces and answer people's questions. On March 4, it's First Lady Michelle Obama's turn as she joins her first-ever Fireside Hangout to...
Fireside Hangouts: Join First Lady Michelle Obama in a Google+ Hangout to discuss Let's Move!

APPLE Q1 REVIEW: What Did We Really Learn? (AAPL)

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This is a guest post from Sammy The Walrus IV, a frequent commenter at Business Insider, and a sharp tweeter on all things Apple. It was originally published on his site, AAPL Orchard, and is republished with permission. 1Q13 Review Apple's 1Q13 results were largely in-line with my expectations. Revenues beat...
APPLE Q1 REVIEW: What Did We Really Learn? (AAPL)

Google Glass breaks into business

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Like the tablet market, Google Glass may currently be viewed as a consumer product but it will soon be seen on the faces of IT and mobile employees....
Google Glass breaks into business
Lars von Trier's 'Nymphomaniac' digitally stitches actors' faces to naked body doubles

Today's Scuttlebot: Inside Anonymous and Inside Flickr

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The technology reporters and editors of The New York Times scour the Web for important and peculiar items. Tuesday's selection includes a new mobile camera app that can recognize faces and identify them, a tale of Flickr after Yahoo bought it and Leica's black-and-white digital camera....
Today's Scuttlebot: Inside Anonymous and Inside Flickr

Apple TV prototype reportedly seen firsthand

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Apple’s long-rumored television is reportedly at the working prototype stage, with an unnamed source telling Cult of Mac that he’s seen the device firsthand. According to the report, the television has Siri controls and iSight camera that tracks faces and movement and AirPlay capability to let people stream music and...
Apple TV prototype reportedly seen firsthand
90 Seconds on The Verge: Mailbox, Samsung CEOs, and 'Blade Runner'
Google Glass Has 3 Big Challenges To Beat (GOOG)
Wanna get paid $5 for iPhone photos? Foap makes it easy

Android users gloating over Apple Maps fiasco

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As iOS 6 users hide their faces in shame today due to the mapping disaster, those using Google's mobile OS are walking with a strut in their step. [Read more]...
Android users gloating over Apple Maps fiasco

The FBI's Next Generation Identification program could spot faces in a crowded street

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The FBI adds face matching tech to its next nationwide surveillance initiative....
The FBI's Next Generation Identification program could spot faces in a crowded street
Meet The Geniuses Behind Google's Crazy Computerized Glasses

Fly Or Die: Smart Watch Edition

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[tc_5min code="517687315"] As the race toward mainstream wearable computing heats up, watches are hot and smart watches are hotter. In fact, word on the street is that Apple is working on a new smart watch that would integrate with its iCloud and iOS devices. But as it stands now, the...
Fly Or Die: Smart Watch Edition

Nexus 7 Ad On Google.com

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Nexus 7 Ad On Google.com: Roger Cheng: The Nexus 7 faces lots of competition. The next iteration of the Kindle Fire is expected to be announced next week, and many expect Apple to unveil its own iPad Mini soon. Best sell em while they're still hot.  Also, the ad looks...
Nexus 7 Ad On Google.com
Lots of investment in facial recognition, but are we any safer?
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