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3D-printed tracheal splint supports baby's airways, saves life

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They say necessity is the mother of invention, and nowhere was it more necessary than in the case of Kaiba Gionfriddo's life. The infant was born with a condition called tracheobronchomalacia that results in weakened support for the trachea, and his fate seemed all but decided until researchers at...
3D-printed tracheal splint supports baby's airways, saves life

Star Trek - review

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Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Namco Bandai, cert: 16, out nowCarving out a niche for itself between the two blockbuster movies, Star Trek follows up on the fate of the vagabond Vulcans, now missing one home planet, while reintroducing the reptillian Gorn aliens into the rebooted canon.The game benefits from voicing...
Star Trek - review

Marriott Puts An End To Shady Ad Injection Service

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Late last week, one Justin Watt discovered something suspicious going on with the wi-fi at his hotel, the Times Square Marriott. Not content to charge him hundreds for the room and $16.95 for internet access, it appeared that the service provider was using JavaScript injection to serve banner ads on...
Marriott Puts An End To Shady Ad Injection Service

About That Terrifying Bagram Crash Video

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By now you've seen the tragic footage of a Boeing 747 cargo plane crashing soon after takeoff from Bagram airport in Afghanistan. What does this look like, from an aviation perspective? To get the caveats out of the way:  - I don't know first-hand that this is an authentic video, although...
About That Terrifying Bagram Crash Video

How the Xbox One can avoid the same fate as Windows 8

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How the Xbox One can avoid the same fate as Windows 8

The Opportunity to Learn

www.chrisbrogan.com
In my post, A Perfect Dichotomy, I highlighted an interesting situation: designers are facing being undercut by very inexpensive labor because business people are quite often happy with “good enough” design. What I learned from the post was that designers are passionate. I learned that business people believe in...
The Opportunity to Learn

CISPA’s fate may be determined today as its amendments are weighed

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If you have followed the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) at all, today is likely going to be an important day. Now, claw your eyes away from the livestream of the TNW Conference, here’s what we are expecting at the moment: the amendment dance for CISPA should come to a...
CISPA’s fate may be determined today as its amendments are weighed

Research in Motion still has a long road ahead of it

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Research in Motion illustrated Thursday that its fate depends on the performance of its next operating system, BlackBerry 10. Investors made it clear they will have little patience with the company if it doesn't live up to expectations. Read full article >>...
Research in Motion still has a long road ahead of it

Starting to think @palm deserves their fate. This fluff: http://is.gd/bE6sr is NOT what they need to be focused on right now.

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Starting to think @palm deserves their fate. This fluff: http://is.gd/bE6sr is NOT what they need to be focused on right now.

At Google I/O, attendees compete to save the world, virtually

www.pcworld.com
Google I/O has not officially started, but the developers' show is already seeing some action. Two warring factions, the Resistance and the Enlightenment, are vying for control of various "portals" at key landmarks throughout San Francisco, which are leaking dangerous amounts of radioactive energy, to determine the fate of...
At Google I/O, attendees compete to save the world, virtually

BlackBerry 10 hands-on (video)

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Like any good show pony, BlackBerry 10's been trotting around the world, strutting the fairly limited elements of its known UI in an effort to court developers. The platform, without question the nail upon which RIM's fate and fortune hangs, had its big coming out party this past May...
BlackBerry 10 hands-on (video)

Hillcrest Labs open sources Kylo web browser for TVs, hopes the people want one

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We didn't hear much from Hillcrest Labs' Kylo web browser for TVs after it launched in 2010, but now the company is apparently turning its fate over to the community. A Mozilla-based browser, Kylo will work with any mouse but is designed specifically for its Freespace pointer controls. It's...
Hillcrest Labs open sources Kylo web browser for TVs, hopes the people want one

Draw Something’s unlikely power boost: China

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OMGPOP’s Draw Something, as we’ve reported, has become a huge mobile gaming success, prompting a quick acquisition of OMGPOP by Zynga . And while I went into some of the factors for Draw Something’s success, one reason that may have gone overlooked is how well the game is doing in China,...
Draw Something’s unlikely power boost: China

Opera Mini for iPhone approved, will be available for free

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Our man Thomas Ricker was just wondering how long it would take before Apple determined the fate of Opera Mini for iPhone, and we've got some good news -- it's been approved and will be available for free on the App Store within 24 hours! Can't say we were...
Opera Mini for iPhone approved, will be available for free

U.S. Cellular selling off Midwest markets to Sprint

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Today, U.S. Cellular and Sprint announced a deal where U.S. Cellular would transfer the rights of some spectrum in certain Midwest markets to Sprint for $480 million and stop doing business in those areas.The spectrum involved in the transaction is solely on the PCS band (1.9GHz). This spectrum is extremely...
U.S. Cellular selling off Midwest markets to Sprint

Workday Stock Soars 72% On IPO (WORKP)

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Workday, a  a cloud-based human resources provider, has begun trading on the New York stock exchange, and it's done so with a classic IPO pop. Priced at $28 per share, it's now going for ~$48, a 72% boost. That sounds like great news for Workday founder David Duffield and venture backers Greylock...
Workday Stock Soars 72% On IPO (WORKP)
10 Technology Skills That Will No Longer Help You Get A Job

Debunking the “original sin” of online newspapers

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Whenever newspaper executives get together to bemoan the fate of their industry, someone inevitably brings up the so-called “original sin” of the online news business — namely, a failure to charge for content when the web was new. One of the latest manifestations of this idea appears in an...
Debunking the “original sin” of online newspapers

Rubinstein Interview: With webOS Transition Under Way, It Was Time to Leave HP

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Asa Mathat | AllThingsD.com On the heels of the news of his departure from HP Friday, Apple veteran and onetime Palm head Jon Rubinstein spoke with AllThingsD about the move and the fate of Palm’s webOS. Why leave Hewlett-Packard now? A few months before we shipped the TouchPad, I told...
Rubinstein Interview: With webOS Transition Under Way, It Was Time to Leave HP

Social Commerce Network Lockerz Raises Another $7.5 Million

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Social commerce network Lockerz, which just lost its founder and CEO Kathy Savitt to Yahoo, has raised $7.5 million in new funding, according to an SEC filing. A spokesperson for the company confirmed the new funding, and said the round was raised from existing investors. The filing lists both Kleiner...
Social Commerce Network Lockerz Raises Another $7.5 Million
Apple, Samsung push HTC's Q3 profits off a cliff

HP Envy 14 Spectre review

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In a previous life, the HP Envy 14 was a laptop's laptop: a 5.69-pound slugger with an optical drive, discrete AMD graphics and a battery that couldn't last four hours in our battery rundown test. That notebook -- one of our favorites in the 2010-2011 year -- met its...
HP Envy 14 Spectre review

Book Publisher Tries Reversing the Fate of Industry with Viral Video - http://bit.ly/9wLKUQ

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Book Publisher Tries Reversing the Fate of Industry with Viral Video - http://bit.ly/9wLKUQ

Time CEO Tells Her Staff: Today We Begin The 'Painful Process' Of Layoffs

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The layoffs at Time Inc. have begun. Everyone knew they were coming and employees have been awaiting to learn their fate for months now. About 6 percent of Time's 8,000 person staff will be cut -- that's around 500 employees. "Time Inc. made deep staff cuts back in 2008 and...
Time CEO Tells Her Staff: Today We Begin The 'Painful Process' Of Layoffs

Check out these smartphones: Underwater for over 90 minutes and still working [Video]

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The Next Web is out and about at Mobile World Congress this week, and at the Showstoppers event tonight we met some of the tech companies looking to make a name for themselves at this year’s flagship mobile industry event in Barcelona. One of these companies was HzO, which was...
Check out these smartphones: Underwater for over 90 minutes and still working [Video]

Why Tumblr Won't Tumble Like MySpace

www.businessinsider.com
Tumblr just hit a big milestone: 20 billion monthly pageviews. That's impressive for the blogging site, run by youthful CEO David Karp. But if you're familiar with older Web communities like GeoCities or Myspace, you know how traffic-driven success can be fleeting. GeoCities scored a $3.5 billion buyout from Yahoo,...
Why Tumblr Won't Tumble Like MySpace

Fate is biology, biology is fate

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Fate is biology, biology is fate
The Vergecast Special Edition 03: Apple vs. Samsung - August 22, 2012

SimCity Social finds a home on Facebook, destiny winks in approving fashion

www.engadget.com
Given that "City" is in the name, SimCity has always felt like a title in need of a social platform. Fast forward a score or so since its inception, and fate seems to have finally played out. SimCity Social was just announced at E3 today, bringing the heralded city-building...
SimCity Social finds a home on Facebook, destiny winks in approving fashion

The Worst Case Scenario For Windows 8

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Last week, Microsoft released the first public test version of Windows 8, its next operating system. It's got a very tough job. It has to beat back three threats at once: the iPad, the Mac, and potential indifference among businesses. But even in the worst case scenario, Windows 8...
The Worst Case Scenario For Windows 8
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