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Pinterest bigger than Tumblr? Depends who you ask, and where you draw the line

thenextweb.com
It’s a strange game, comparing the relative size of websites. The pageview, once the key metric that ruled them all, is in decline as technology leaves it slowly in the dust, gripping several ’90s business plans as it fades away. And yet we do it anyway, mostly because it’s fun,...
Pinterest bigger than Tumblr? Depends who you ask, and where you draw the line

Developer interest in Android fades, more interested in iOS

www.electronista.com
Following news that Battleheart developer Mika Mobile is dropping support for the Android platform, a new survey of developer interest in mobile platforms shows that this could be a sign of a growing trend facing the Android platform. In explaining its reasons for dropping Android support, Mika Mobile said that...
Developer interest in Android fades, more interested in iOS

Apple May Not Have A Choice But To Release A Watch

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Apple is reportedly developing a smart watch made from curved glass. Does it really have a choice? With iPhone sales stalling, the Cupertino innovator is in desperate need of another hit product, and not just any product: Apple needs something that consumers will refresh every 12 to 18 months. My...
Apple May Not Have A Choice But To Release A Watch

Don't You Wish Satellite Phones Still Came With This Cute Little Dish?

www.theatlantic.com
An homage to the era when only the truly important could chitchat via space. Most people don't need a satellite phone. We have cell phones and landlines. But once upon a time, they were a necessity for intrepid reporters (above) and drug-running pilots (below). During those halcyon days, the satellite...
Don't You Wish Satellite Phones Still Came With This Cute Little Dish?
The Unusual Place Jack Dorsey Takes Employees To Motivate Them

Children and apps: Should we fear the iNanny?

www.guardian.co.uk
This week, a four-year-old was treated for screen addiction. Emma Cook investigates the dangerous seduction of smartphones and tabletsIt's Saturday morning and my children bunch together on the sofa, limbs entwined but minds very much elsewhere, hurled into their several worlds thanks to a couple of iPads and an iPod...
Children and apps: Should we fear the iNanny?

As China grows in purchasing power, the Western dominance of consumer electronics fades

www.extremetech.com
China is growing in importance in the tech industry. The Chinese have been dominant for years in regard to manufacturing, and we’ve discussed their monopoly on certain vital elements for electronics production before. Now, they are becoming increasingly more dominant as a purchasing power of technology.It’s recently come to light...
As China grows in purchasing power, the Western dominance of consumer electronics fades

How Microsoft went from leading to lagging, and what's next

www.geekwire.com
Craig Mundie showing a software prototype in 2009. Earlier this week I was part of a small group of journalists and bloggers who spent the day questioning and listening to Microsoft’s top executives from Xbox, Office, Bing and other parts of the company. Just about every senior leader (except for...
How Microsoft went from leading to lagging, and what's next

Apple Soaring on Many Fronts as Thorny Worker Issue Fades

www.pcworld.com
All appears to be right in the consumer electronics powerhouse's world these days....
Apple Soaring on Many Fronts as Thorny Worker Issue Fades
Apple Rumor Patrol: The Next iPhone Is Nearly Here--Will It Be NFC-Ready?

Here's How Not to Reference Sandy in Your Lifestyle Newsletter

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(Screencap: Thrillist) Last week, startups across New York City galvanized to help support the victims of Hurricane Sandy, establishing coworking spaces, volunteer groups and easy ways for users to donate to recovery efforts. But it’s a new week, one where the subways are mostly running normally and many across the city have...
Here's How Not to Reference Sandy in Your Lifestyle Newsletter

Photoshop Touch, now on your iPhone

9to5mac.com
Click to view slideshow. Adobe unleashed their flagship Photo Editing product today for iPhone and Android. Called Adobe Photoshop Touch for phone [iTunes-$4.99] the App brings many of the features of the tablet version onto the small screen. Much like the tablet version, Photoshop Touch on the phone has core Photoshop features...
Photoshop Touch, now on your iPhone

As Nintendo Fades, Zynga Continues to Grow

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It’s a battle between Mario and the farm, and the farm seems to be winning. Yesterday, Nintendo reported an annual loss — its first in more than three decades, after revenues fell 36 percent. Hours later, five-year-old upstart Zynga reported nearly the opposite results, saying that first-quarter revenues jumped 32...
As Nintendo Fades, Zynga Continues to Grow
Tackling tech's gender problem the right way: Teaching women to code

Like-A-Hug? The Facebook vest that gives you a hug from your friends

www.guardian.co.uk
MIT students have designed a 'wearable social media vest' that translates every virtual Facebook 'like' into a real hugEver wanted more from your social media? Is all that clicking and typing not quite hitting the spot? When the momentary excitement from that vibrating alert in your pocket fades, are you...
Like-A-Hug? The Facebook vest that gives you a hug from your friends
Afghanistan project aims to keep the art of the wooden camera alive

evening warmth fades away

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evening warmth fades away

Avid Audio releases iPad version of FCPX competitor ‘Avid Studio’

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Avid Audio– formerly known as Digidesign, makers of the music industry’s leading DAW called Pro Tools– has just dropped an iPad version of its pro-sumer Final Cut Pro competitor known as Avid Studio. Although the latest Final Cut Pro X update brought multicam editing, broadcast monitoring, and many of the features...
Avid Audio releases iPad version of FCPX competitor ‘Avid Studio’

13 Of The Strangest Videos Uploaded To North Korea's Official YouTube Channel

www.businessinsider.com
One interesting element of modern North Korea is the tentative steps that the country has taken to embrace the online world. Take, for example, the flash-heavy website released earlier this year (that used a $15 template), or the official (though curiously unverified) Twitter account. Perhaps its unsurprising then, that the...
13 Of The Strangest Videos Uploaded To North Korea's Official YouTube Channel

When Your Boss DOES Have the Right to Your Facebook Password

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The kerfuffle over employers asking for the passwords to workers' and candidates' private social media accounts just won't go away. While it's not clear exactly how widespread this practice is, lawmakers around the country are already drafting bills that would outlaw requiring facebook logins. Many people clearly find the very...
When Your Boss DOES Have the Right to Your Facebook Password
Snap Snap Go: The Mobile Internet Equivalent Of Fast Food

No Flash On Windows Mobile 7

www.wired.com
Windows 7 Phone Series, the brand new (and great) cellphone OS from Microsoft, will ship without support for Adobe’s Flash. WinMo 7 joins Apple’s iPhone and iPad in ignoring the widely used browser plugin. Could this be the end for the annoying, processor-hungry runtime? In an email sent to...
No Flash On Windows Mobile 7

A Zuckerberg fades into the background

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Part of the so-called Facebook Mafia, Randi Zuckerberg was an early and influential member of her brother's team. She left the company amid a buzz of media coverage. But almost a year late, it isn't quite clear what she's planning next. By Alex Konrad, reporter FORTUNE -- On May 18,...
A Zuckerberg fades into the background

Sheryl Sandberg Presents: Troubling Stats About How And Why Women Hold Themselves Back

www.businessinsider.com
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg is well on her way to becoming one of the world's richest self-made women. And that's pretty impressive. More impressive though, is how, instead of buying her own island and retreating to it, Sandberg is using her power and influence to try and improve the world....
Sheryl Sandberg Presents: Troubling Stats About How And Why Women Hold Themselves Back
See comet PANSTARRS before it fades out entirely
HTC One S Review: I Give It A Fly

Donald Trump: Twitter's greatest villain rails against the US election | Colin Horgan

www.guardian.co.uk
How best to react to Donald Trump's boorish ranting about President Obama's re-election?Why is it that even though there are no rules on Twitter, it still feels as though Donald J Trump is breaking them? His boorish ranting started almost immediately after Barack Obama was re-elected on Tuesday night and,...
Donald Trump: Twitter's greatest villain rails against the US election | Colin Horgan

Why Gilt Should Spin Off Its Growth Businesses

pandodaily.com
Yes, flash sale purveyor Gilt Groupe should sell stakes in its side businesses to outside investors. This is not just a crazy idea I just cooked up. The company regularly fields approaches from VCs and investors to this effect, and according to several people involved, Gilt is seriously entertaining them....
Why Gilt Should Spin Off Its Growth Businesses

Software-as-a-Service: The Dirty Little Secrets Of SaaS

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The IT industry may be embracing the model of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), but there's just one problem: Up to 20% of attempted SaaS deployments are failing due to serious problems with data integration. And that's just one of many problems facing the hot but problematic movement. This fact doesn't make the headlines,...
Software-as-a-Service: The Dirty Little Secrets Of SaaS

Just one hour to go until Apple's launch event, here's the scene in San Francisco

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What does the media queue for a major launch event look like? Picture the line in front of an Apple Store before any new product hits the shelves, add in a few hundred cameras and sat trucks, and there you go. Weather-wise, the scene is a bit dreary outside...
Just one hour to go until Apple's launch event, here's the scene in San Francisco
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