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Privet! VentureBeat is in Moscow -- tell us what's cool
Here are the top ten cities for women entrepreneurs

David Einhorn suing Apple over shareholder cash

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Hedge fund billionaire says Apple has a 'cash problem' it should solve by paying out more to investorsHedge fund billionaire David Einhorn is suing Apple to force the company to return more of its $137bn (£87bn) cash pile to shareholders.Einhorn, whose Greenlight Capital hedge fund owns 1.3m Apple shares -...
David Einhorn suing Apple over shareholder cash

World of Warcraft: how to make the movie really like the game

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Video game movies hardly ever capture the experience of actually playing the game they're based on. Here's a few suggestions for the World of Warcraft producers to help them get things rightHow do you turn an entire living world into a single story? Director Duncan Jones has signed up to...
World of Warcraft: how to make the movie really like the game

How to Build Your Brand Working For Someone Else

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This is a guest post by Lisa Barone and part of a series of guest posts that will be featured on the Bruce Clay, Inc. blog all week long. Lisa outlines the benefits and how-tos of personal branding within an organization. Read on and enjoy! Photo by vauvau, CC-BY...
How to Build Your Brand Working For Someone Else

A Mixtape for Ross Levinsohn Upon the Occasion of His Leaving Yahoo

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Man, we miss mixtapes. #SOOLD flickr.com/byebyeempire Now that Marissa Mayer has the reigns well in hand, there’s little place left for former interim CEO Ross Levinsohn. Though once the heir presumptive to Yahoo’s battered throne, he was passed over for Ms. Mayer, becoming the media guy in a company turning...
A Mixtape for Ross Levinsohn Upon the Occasion of His Leaving Yahoo
Satarii turns to Kickstarter to help design its newest Swivl

CAPTCHA showing flaws according to Imperva report, but let’s not give it up just yet

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CAPTCHA, the Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart, has been used for years to try to stop automated spamming and as a line of defence when it comes to hacking into accounts. It seems that the technology behind some CAPTCHA systems is somewhat lacking though...
CAPTCHA showing flaws according to Imperva report, but let’s not give it up just yet

What inspires EC's Neelie Kroes? Angry Birds

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The European Commission vice president sings the computing industry's praises -- but offers few suggestions to help it solve the EU's economic woes. [Read more]...
What inspires EC's Neelie Kroes? Angry Birds

13 Ways To Make Your Mac Run Faster Right Now (AAPL)

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Macs are expensive. If you throw down good money for one of your own, you probably don't want to replace it every year. Here are a few suggestions to make sure you get more life out of your computer and keep it running in tip-top shape.Remove apps you don't use...
13 Ways To Make Your Mac Run Faster Right Now (AAPL)

Can we please stop crowdsourcing the English language?

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Does anyone know what all this oojamaflip that's been zhooshing up the Collins Dictionary actually means? Crave's Eric Mack has a few suggestions for the future of his mother tongue. [Read more]...
Can we please stop crowdsourcing the English language?

Facebook Built Its Gigantic Empire By Grabbing Employees From These Top Technology Companies (AAPL, GOOG, MSFT)

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Facebook is the hottest technology company on the planet right now. It's finally going public. It just bought Instagram for $1 billion. It's probably worth more than $100 billion. How did it manage to get here? It all starts with the employees, which have a dang good pedigree.  We...
Facebook Built Its Gigantic Empire By Grabbing Employees From These Top Technology Companies (AAPL, GOOG, MSFT)

The Dealmaster: Touch-a-touch-a-touch-a-touch me!

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Greetings, Arsians! December is halfway over, and here at Dealmaster Central (by which I mean the highly technological Batcave-like environment out of which I operate, by which I mean I live under a bridge with my laptop) we're counting down the days until the New Year. If you're still...
The Dealmaster: Touch-a-touch-a-touch-a-touch me!

Dead Space movie: which film-makers should adapt video games?

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John Carpenter says he'd love to adapt the survival horror title - and surely there's room for Skyrim, Far Cry or Uncharted"I would love to make Dead Space, I'll tell you that right now," said John Carpenter last week, adding the celebrated director, expert moustache cultivator and avid gamer to...
Dead Space movie: which film-makers should adapt video games?

Avoid Legal Tussles When Negotiating With VCs

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There is a reason why lawyers go through year of school and tests to get to the jobs that they get paid so much to do - law is a complicated beast that takes a special breed to understand all the ins and outs of it. When entrepreneurs and venture...
Avoid Legal Tussles When Negotiating With VCs
_______ Are Like Facebook: The Simple, Effective Parody Site For Facebook's Glitzy Ad Campaign

Look Out, New York: Randi Zuckerberg Is Casting for a New Techcentric Bravo Show Set in the Big Apple

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(Photo: Connected Social Media) With a scant 430,000 viewers tuning in for last week’s premiere of Start-Ups: Silicon Valley, newly-minted Bravo TV producer Randi Zuckerberg already has her sights set on New York. According to the Wall Street Journal, Zuckerberg Media, Bravo and the production house responsible for Start-Ups, Den of Thieves, have...
Look Out, New York: Randi Zuckerberg Is Casting for a New Techcentric Bravo Show Set in the Big Apple

How Google could fix its Android fragmentation woes

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There’s no doubt that Google is kicking butt and taking names with its Android smartphones. A recent report by the market research firm NPD shows that Android phones outsold Apple’s iPhone for the first time in the first quarter of this year. That effectively makes Android the second-best selling mobile...
How Google could fix its Android fragmentation woes

The Raspberry Pi can help schools get with the program

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These cheap, programmable boards should be used to equip children for a future that will be shaped by computer softwareTwo interesting things happened last week and neither had anything to do with social networking or privacy. First, a web server fell over. Nothing new in that, you say; happens all...
The Raspberry Pi can help schools get with the program

YouTube clips the Tories wish didn't exist

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From Jeremy Hunt's bellringing disaster to Michael Gove's comedy pratfall, our guide to the best Conservative video blundersThere isn't usually a lot of booing at the Paralympics but they make an exception for George Osborne. A video of the chancellor smirking through a chorus of jeers at the Olympic Stadium...
YouTube clips the Tories wish didn't exist

Hedge fund manager David Einhorn to Apple: You've got a 'cash problem' (too much of it)

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David Einhorn Hedge fund manager David Einhorn has taken shots at Microsoft in the past, noting that the software giant should can CEO Steve Ballmer. Now, Einhorn is taking a shot at Apple, for an entirely different reason. It has just too much gosh-darned cash on the books. Einhorn, who...
Hedge fund manager David Einhorn to Apple: You've got a 'cash problem' (too much of it)

What the Super Bowl and marketers can learn from socially savvy sports fans

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While sports fans eagerly await who will win the 2012 Super Bowl and look forward to diving into chips and a Frito Pie or two, marketers are eager to see who the winners (and losers) are on the social media front. Clearly big brands want to make sure their (estimated)...
What the Super Bowl and marketers can learn from socially savvy sports fans

While you're waiting for your Fairphone, here are some tips for smartphone sustainability

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You may have read about Fairphone, a Dutch startup that is trying to build – as the name implies – as fair a phone as possible. That means building transparent relationships all the way down the supply chain, in order to source conflict-free minerals (tin, tantalum, cobalt, gold) and ensure...
While you're waiting for your Fairphone, here are some tips for smartphone sustainability
Hiw To Make Your Dropbox Account As Secure As Possible
BYOD and the security fun-sponge

Foursquare now lets businesses add their own events to listings

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On Thursday, Foursquare announced an update aimed at businesses: the ability to add events to their listings. The company is touting it as a new way for businesses to leverage the location-based social network over at business.foursquare.com. While there are already movie, concert, and sporting events in the Foursquare app,...
Foursquare now lets businesses add their own events to listings
If We Had Glass, What Wouldn't We Do?

The Best iPhone Apps to Replace Pre-Loaded Ones

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Here are a few suggestions to replace the pre-loaded apps on Apple's iPhone....
The Best iPhone Apps to Replace Pre-Loaded Ones

Just got a new Android device? Download these apps first

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If Santa dropped off an Android device for you this Christmas, you might already be reading this on your shiny new device and the next few hours of your day might well be spent browsing through hundreds of apps trying to work out what you would like to kit out...
Just got a new Android device? Download these apps first

iOS Olympics apps: which ones to try and which ones waste your time

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If you watch any kind of network TV, you're probably well aware that the 2012 Summer Olympics are about to start. Yes, it's that time again for each country to pull it together and rally behind our national athletes as they compete with one another for glory, medals, and...
iOS Olympics apps: which ones to try and which ones waste your time
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