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GUY KAWASAKI: The Real Rules On How To Innovate

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Alltop co-founder and former Apple evangelist Guy Kawasaki recently shared some of his strategies for outperforming competitors at WOBI’s World Innovation Forum.  Kawasaki knows firsthand that, like Apple, companies can succeed when they believe in their products. But how does a business gain that sort of confidence? According to Kawasaki, by...
GUY KAWASAKI: The Real Rules On How To Innovate

Microsoft updates SkyDrive with support for ODF, Twitter

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There's no day like today for the titans of tech to beef up their respective clouds with abandon. First, Google went and updated Chrome's Cloud Print with the convenience of FedEx and now Microsoft's taking a spin at the remote wheel, enhancing its SkyDrive service with support for ODF...
Microsoft updates SkyDrive with support for ODF, Twitter

Get Rich or Die Trying

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Editor’s note:  Contributor Ashkan Karbasfrooshan is the founder and CEO of WatchMojo, he hosts a show on business and has published books on success.  Follow him on Twitter @ashkan. “Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful people with talent. Genius will...
Get Rich or Die Trying

Lenovo rebranding storage products, demotes Iomega to entry-level gear

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Remember when Cingular became AT&T, Federal Express became FedEx and RIM became BlackBerry? The next company that'll need to reprint its business cards is Iomega, which is seeing the bulk of its products rebranded as Lenovo EMC. The Iomega name will still exist, but only as the face for...
Lenovo rebranding storage products, demotes Iomega to entry-level gear

Ask An Expert: Meet WilmerHale's Jennifer Berrent

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Sponsored by FedEx Many thanks to everyone who participated in last week’s live video chat session with James Wahba, CEO and cofounder of Projective Space. If you did not have a chance to connect, make sure to check out his videos. This Friday our expert Jennifer Berrent, a partner at...
Ask An Expert: Meet WilmerHale's Jennifer Berrent

Jonny Bauer

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Jonny Bauer is Chief Strategy Officer at global advertising agency Droga5, a three-time Agency of the Year winner and one of Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies for 2013. He is responsible for building and overseeing the strategic function at Droga5, including all brand, digital, media and IP thinking for the...
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Quik.io, the "FedEx of the Web," takes super fast media sharing to iPhone

UPS man charged with stealing iPad Mini FedEx

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A homeowner knows that FedEx has delivered his iPad Mini. It isn't there when he gets home. So he looks at his home surveillance video. And sees the UPS guy allegedly take it. [Read more]...
UPS man charged with stealing iPad Mini FedEx

A Mac-user's take on transitioning to Windows 8

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Yesterday the FedEx Santa Claus dropped off a new Toshiba laptop at my door. It’s a capable machine, with a Core i5 processor and 6 GB of RAM. It’s on loan to me for testing purposes, and I thought I’d see how it will do with Windows 8, as anyone...
A Mac-user's take on transitioning to Windows 8

Backup service Backblaze triples its hard drive restore program limit to 3 TB

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Backblaze, a Silicon Valley backup service provider, has announced that it is upgrading its drive restore package. Beginning today, customers can receive large hard drives containing copies of their files should the need arise. For just $189, instead of receiving a 1 TB hard drive, customers now will be shipped...
Backup service Backblaze triples its hard drive restore program limit to 3 TB

Fedex.com Traffic Shows The Economy Is Getting Better

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A reader sent us these charts from website traffic monitoring site Alexa. They show the percentage of web users accessing Fedex.com and UPS.com at any given point. Clearly both are higher than they were the year before. And Please follow Money Game on Twitter and Facebook.Join the conversation about...
Fedex.com Traffic Shows The Economy Is Getting Better

Tibco Buys Maporama Solutions To Add Geolocation To Its Big Data Analytics

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On the heels of Apple buying WifiSLAM for $20 million to improve its indoor geolocation capabilities comes another piece of M&A in the space: Tibco Software, the enterprise software company, has bought Maporama Solutions, a French geolocation company. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Tibco says that it...
Tibco Buys Maporama Solutions To Add Geolocation To Its Big Data Analytics
Got an ecommerce idea? This startup has a shipping API to help you out

Boot up: Facebook countersues Yahoo over patents, Nokia Lumia 900 reviews, and more

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Plus Instagram makes its Android debut, and is Facebook suing a TechCrunch commenter?A quick burst of 7 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamFacebook Threatens To Sue TechCrunch Commenter >> TechCrunchSeems fairly innocuous. Stratton tells us he received a four-page letter via FedEx on April...
Boot up: Facebook countersues Yahoo over patents, Nokia Lumia 900 reviews, and more

First impressions of Dell’s XPS 13 – A defining piece of hardware for the Ultrabook segment

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Every time that a new laptop lands on my doorstep, I’m faced with the fact that I’m going to have to give up my beloved MacBook Pro for a testing period with the new device. Generally speaking this is a slight feeling of dread, but Dell’s promises with the XPS...
First impressions of Dell’s XPS 13 – A defining piece of hardware for the Ultrabook segment
Signaling iPhone 5 release, FedEx plans for "surge volume" event Sept. 21-24

Beyond The Buzz: What Are The Best Bets In Social Commerce Now?

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If you're looking to invest in social commerce, you know that buzz alone won't win online dollars or build an enduring brand. In the social space, what differentiates the next great company from a one-hit wonder? Find out what factors spell profitability and value in social commerce at Social Commerce Summit,...
Beyond The Buzz: What Are The Best Bets In Social Commerce Now?

Google Buying Wavii After Bidding War With Apple

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Google has bought aggregation and summarization startup Wavii for more than $30 million, winning a bidding war with Apple over the firm. TechCrunch is reporting that Apple wanted to integrate the company with its Siri division. Both Apple and Google were competing for the Seattle-based startup, and Google eventually won....
Google Buying Wavii After Bidding War With Apple

Deliver different: Walmart plans to crowdsource package deliveries to online shoppers

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Here’s an interesting thought: what if the stuff you buy online gets delivered quicker because a store customer brings it to your place rather than the retailer in question? Forget same-day delivery: that computer screen you just bought online could be on your desk in an hour or two. According...
Deliver different: Walmart plans to crowdsource package deliveries to online shoppers

Google Cloud Print adds FedEx, Canon to remote printing roster, throws Android users a PDF bone

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Chrome users are in store for a bundle of printing perks today courtesy of a recent update to Google Cloud Print. In addition to wirelessly sending documents to nearby printers, Mountain View's now adding FedEx to the drop down destination list, granting users the ability to obtain retrieval codes...
Google Cloud Print adds FedEx, Canon to remote printing roster, throws Android users a PDF bone

AT&T Argues That More Competition Is Bad For You & Leads To Higher Prices

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Apparently AT&T-land is a place where basic economics doesn't apply. AT&T boss Randall Stephenson, still hurt from the rejection of his attempted merger with T-Mobile, is telling the world that greater competition means higher prices and less efficient markets. That this goes against nearly all understanding of economics seems like...
AT&T Argues That More Competition Is Bad For You & Leads To Higher Prices

Google Launches Maps Engine API To Allow Enterprise Developers To More Easily Create, Share And Publish Custom Maps

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Google’s Maps Engine, its enterprise-focused service for developers who need to be able to create their own maps based on custom data, launched about two years ago and has been available commercially since last year. Today, Google is adding more functionality to the platform by launching an API for Maps...
Google Launches Maps Engine API To Allow Enterprise Developers To More Easily Create, Share And Publish Custom Maps

Apple confirms that it still uses Corning glass in most iPhones

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Apple uses Corning Gorilla Glass in its products. This is one of those widely accepted facts that has never been outright confirmed by the company. The product, which is a thinner, tougher version of everyday glass, is ideal for use in touchscreen devices like the iPhone and iPad. Now, Apple’s...
Apple confirms that it still uses Corning glass in most iPhones

Global Internet penetration will hit 66% in 2020, are you ready? [Video]

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If you weren’t in the room the other week when TNW’s even in São Paulo kicked off, you missed out on an epic two minute video clip. We splashed it across our main screens, 14 meters wide (we do it bigger in Amsterdam, but this was our first Latin American event)....
Global Internet penetration will hit 66% in 2020, are you ready? [Video]

Men Are More Like To Shop Online On Smartphones Than Women [THE BRIEF]

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Good morning, AdLand. Here's what you need to know today: According to the DDB Life Style Study, more men than women shop on their phones or use QR codes and apps to get good deals. (Although women are more likely to see shopping as a form of entertainment or therapy). This...
Men Are More Like To Shop Online On Smartphones Than Women [THE BRIEF]

Posters look great! FedEx printed them free. Thanks! (@ FedEx Office) http://4sq.com/9JVlOz

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Posters look great! FedEx printed them free. Thanks! (@ FedEx Office) http://4sq.com/9JVlOz

FedEx bets on social commerce, launches Ship to Friends app on Facebook

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Because “friendship goes beyond digital,” FedEx has decided to launch Ship to Friends, an app which lets US-based users prepare and pay for a shipment without ever leaving Facebook. Reminiscent of AOL’s all-in-one Internet of the 90′s, FedEx believes that over time Facebook “will increasingly become a fully integrated part of how...
FedEx bets on social commerce, launches Ship to Friends app on Facebook

James Wahba

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James Wahba is the co-founder and CEO of Projective Space, an entrepreneurial community and coworking space for over 60 tech startups, with two New York City locations. Mr. Wahba’s background includes real estate development, business investments and launching tech startups. He is currently an investor in the Brooklyn-based restaurant, ISA....
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Combining fitness classes and online communities, Kettlebell Cardio is a winning combo

Google Cloud Print pushes to FedEx, Android 4.0 link, more

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Google has expanded Cloud Print both for device support and, in a rare step, commercial printing. Those using a mobile app or Chrome can now push a print project to a FedEx office in the US with Print & Go self-service as an option. The gesture helps reduce the need...
Google Cloud Print pushes to FedEx, Android 4.0 link, more
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