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Mug Me Please: Rutgers Mashes Up Instagram and Google Street View

Why We Speak Freely on Social Networks

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We message on Facebook but in-person I'm awkward and you're shy. When our Twitter conversation went from @ messages to direct messages, you seemed more reserved and I felt more open to speak my mind. Let's follow each other on Pinterest and share the pictures that are in our mind....
Why We Speak Freely on Social Networks

Adobe's professional cloud push arrives at its final destination

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Depending on your feelings about Creative Cloud, you're either going to want to pop the Champagne or sharpen your pitchfork. The Creative Suite products go cloud-only, but get better integration and new features. [Read more]...
Adobe's professional cloud push arrives at its final destination

The Engadget Mobile Podcast, live at 3PM ET!

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Today Joseph joins Myriam and Brad on the Engadget Mobile Podcast. We'll learn his thoughts, feelings and deepest desires -- or we'll discuss the latest in the world of cellular telephony. At least one of those two things will happen, but if you're lucky you'll get a little of...
The Engadget Mobile Podcast, live at 3PM ET!

Jack Dorsey Finally Explains Why Traffic Lights Drive Everyone Crazy

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Technology Review editor-in-chief Jason Pontin interviewed Twitter and Square cofounder Jack Dorsey last night at the Bluxome Street Winery in San Francisco. Dorsey said that great technology "gets out of the way completely." Pontin pressed him for an example. "San Francisco does a great job of timing lights," Dorsey said,...
Jack Dorsey Finally Explains Why Traffic Lights Drive Everyone Crazy

HP's Todd Bradley isn't impressed by Surface, doesn't see it as competition

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Microsoft was warned of how its homegrown tablet might impact OEM relationships, and even acknowledged the challenge itself, but HP doesn't see it the same way. In a recent interview, the head of HP's PC arm Todd Bradley repeated the company's unconcerned stance -- if a little more bluntly...
HP's Todd Bradley isn't impressed by Surface, doesn't see it as competition
Microsoft wants another crack at making its own phones, says analyst
PandoMonthly Los Angeles with NastyGal's Sophia Amoruso, the full interview

Jon Rubinstein: Hewlett Packard's purchase of Palm was a waste

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Finally, Jon Rubinstein is ready to re-open the wounds sustained from HP's bungled acquisition of Palm. When Fierce Wireless asked the former CEO what he'd do differently, he said that selling the company to Hewlett Packard was "a waste," and that he probably wouldn't do the same again. He...
Jon Rubinstein: Hewlett Packard's purchase of Palm was a waste
Apple's recent App Store crackdowns a sign of things to come

Stardock CEO Wants To Maximize Sales, Not Stop Piracy

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We have often questioned the intentions of those who try to fight and stop piracy at all costs. We have even raised the question in the past, "Which is more important, stopping piracy or increasing sales?" We are not alone in asking this question either. Some within the entertainment industry...
Stardock CEO Wants To Maximize Sales, Not Stop Piracy

Twitter CEO Dick Costolo Speaks Out On Censorship And IPO

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Twitter is quite the social network. 140 character blasts that has revolutionized how we communicate and how we get our news. Dick Costolo, the CEO of Twitter and who used to own Feedburner which was then sold to Google, talked about politics, censorship, and the inevitable IPO. Recently, they’ve...
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo Speaks Out On Censorship And IPO

After a torrid 2012, Habbo changes CEO -- but is it enough?

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The new year brings mixed feelings for many, but one company that will definitely be glad to see the back of 2012 is Sulake, the Finnish owner of youth-centered virtual world Habbo Hotel. After a year in which the site was embroiled in a huge child protection scandal, lost many...
After a torrid 2012, Habbo changes CEO -- but is it enough?

How Common Are SEO Problems With Responsive Web Design?

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It seems people have strong feelings for or against responsive Web design. My thanks to those with open minds who responded to last month’s column on SEO problems with responsive Web design with either praise or reasonable criticism. While I answered the most common criticisms already, one recent... Please visit Search Engine...
How Common Are SEO Problems With Responsive Web Design?
HTC president 'pleased to see no innovation' in Galaxy S4 design

The Analyst Who Ripped Zuckerberg For Wearing A Hoodie Speaks!

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When Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter said Mark Zuckerberg's decision to wear a "hoodie" to his first IPO roadshow meeting was a sign of "immaturity" he set off a big controversy. It was the tech world versus the banking world, and the tech world thought he was an out of touch...
The Analyst Who Ripped Zuckerberg For Wearing A Hoodie Speaks!

The Primetimeness of Apple's Passbook

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I’m not really in the habit of breaking down other writer’s posts, but in this case I’ll make an exception. Erica Ogg wrote the article linked above at GigaOm, entitled Apple’s New Passbook Isn’t Quite Ready For Primetime. In it she describes the points that she feels are still showing...
The Primetimeness of Apple's Passbook

LifeLock Settles With FTC For $11 Million Over False Claims In Ads

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For several years, LifeLock has been so brash about their skills at protecting customers from ID theft that they not only drove around a truck displaying their CEO's Social Security Number in public, they also advertised his SSN on TV ads. But that hubris has come back to bite...
LifeLock Settles With FTC For $11 Million Over False Claims In Ads

CONFIRMED: Mobile Phone Lovers Are Selfish Pigs

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The more you use your mobile phone, the less likely you are to care about other people, new research from University of Maryland has found. And the research isn't just talking about annoying social behavior like texting while on a date, or talking on the phone in a movie...
CONFIRMED: Mobile Phone Lovers Are Selfish Pigs

Sony Mobile has 'an ambition' to launch Firefox OS device in 2014

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Despite what your feelings may be about Firefox OS, various OEMs and carriers are clearly content with having more options to explore. The latest outfit appears to be Sony's Mobile entity, which, earlier today, announced it had reached multi-year deal with Telefónica which will "explore the development" of a...
Sony Mobile has 'an ambition' to launch Firefox OS device in 2014

Messenger Social: Building the Ultimate Social Dashboard for Staying in Touch while Eliminating the Noise

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Over the past year or so, I’ve been part of the team working on building the next version of the social news feed on Windows Live. Yesterday, the next iteration of this feature was made broadly available on http://home.live.com and http://profile.live.com. As I look back at the work we’ve...
Messenger Social: Building the Ultimate Social Dashboard for Staying in Touch while Eliminating the Noise

Cyborg houseplants can wave back at you

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Japanese researchers have added sensors and actuators to plants so they can move and communicate their "feelings." Do you crave a plug-in fern? [Read more]...
Cyborg houseplants can wave back at you

Tallygram, OKCupid's Foray Into Friend Finding On Facebook, Hits The Deadpool

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Tallygram, a Facebook-based friend finding app created by dating site OKCupid, has shut down, saying that the community never grew large enough to sustain the site. Tallygram, which originally billed itself as “a better way to surf Facebook,” first opened for business in November 2012. Now the site, in a...
Tallygram, OKCupid's Foray Into Friend Finding On Facebook, Hits The Deadpool

Anonymous loves Facebook, hates Facebook

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In order to set some media straight, Anonymous issues a statement explaining that it did not take down Facebook. However, the hacker collective explains its complex feelings toward the site, which include hate and a curious trust. [Read more]...
Anonymous loves Facebook, hates Facebook

Flight of the Conchords – Hurt Feelings

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Flight of the Conchords – Hurt Feelings

A victim of the Nigerian phishing scam tells her tale

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Feelings of shame and despair at being conned out of $300,000 by a convincing Nigerian-based email scam led Queensland interior decorator Jill Ambrose to attempt suicide twice. She survived and is now on a crusade to tell her story so that others are not taken in by the scammers....
A victim of the Nigerian phishing scam tells her tale

Prometheus, Meet Thomas Jefferson: On Fire, Stealing And Sharing

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Meet Prometheus: Zeus... assigned Prometheus the task of forming man from water and earth, which Prometheus did, but in the process, became fonder of men than Zeus had anticipated. Zeus didn't share Prometheus' feelings and wanted to prevent men from having power, especially over fire. Prometheus cared more for man...
Prometheus, Meet Thomas Jefferson: On Fire, Stealing And Sharing

This feedback tool lets you optimize your site by user happiness

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Usabilla, a usability startup that helps companies refine their user experience (UX) design, has just launched a new product, Usabilla Live, that collects real-time feedback from users right on your site based on how happy they are with specific aspects of any given page. The tool revolves around a feedback button...
This feedback tool lets you optimize your site by user happiness

What to do with your millions

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Shared by Bud (I'd like to have this problem) I think the author makes a good point. Beyond a certain point, money does not buy happiness. However, there's a lot of ways that not having enough money causes unhappiness. There's another "I just got a bunch of money, what do...
What to do with your millions

One in ten Brits never delete any emails, says Microsoft study

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The UK is a nation of digital mucky-pups, according to a new report from Microsoft Hotmail today. The research conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Hotmail shows that one in ten Brits never delete any email. Those who admit to keeping all this digital junk say they prefer to keep...
One in ten Brits never delete any emails, says Microsoft study
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