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Apple Retail Store Signage Confirms 8:00 AM Launch for New iPad on Friday

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Yesterday, we noted that Apple's grand opening of its new Highland Village retail store scheduled for 8:00 AM on Friday hinted that the company was likely to planning to launch the new iPad at that time rather than in a late afternoon launch as was seen with the iPad 2....
Apple Retail Store Signage Confirms 8:00 AM Launch for New iPad on Friday

AT&T Announces Plans to Offer iPad Wi-Fi + 4G Beginning on March 16

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AT&T today officially announced that it will offer all Wi-Fi + 4G models of the new iPad through its sales channels beginning this Friday, March 16, in line with Apple's official launch. The announcement is of course no surprise given past history and an information page that has been available...
AT&T Announces Plans to Offer iPad Wi-Fi + 4G Beginning on March 16

Doo.net Lands Series A Funding To Organise Documents, Automatically For The People

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Paper continues to be a problem inside organisations. we just can’t seem to get rid it despite all these computers. And organising it is annoying. Doo.net hopes to solve the problem by organising documents with a cloud-based service. It’s now launched its public beta on OS X and announced...
Doo.net Lands Series A Funding To Organise Documents, Automatically For The People
The Cyber Attacks On North Korea Are Pointless And Dangerous

Apple agrees to $2.25 million settlement in Australia over ‘misleading’ iPad 4G advertising

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Apple has agreed to pay settlement costs of a $2.25 million after it was accused of misleading the Australian public into believing that the new iPad was compatible with 4G networks in the country, according to The Australian. The Cupertino-based firm told a Federal Court hearing that it has agreed the...
Apple agrees to $2.25 million settlement in Australia over ‘misleading’ iPad 4G advertising
Apple agrees to $2.25 million settlement over iPad ’4G’ advertising in Australia

DoJ Whacks "Self-Serving" Apple in Response to E-Book Settlement Comments

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Despite criticism of its actions from high-profile political figures, the Department of Justice is standing firm on its settlement with three publishers in the DoJ's lawsuit against Apple and five publishers accusing them of conspiring against common enemy Amazon. Under the terms of the settlement, the settling publishers are required...
DoJ Whacks "Self-Serving" Apple in Response to E-Book Settlement Comments

Apple hopes jobs, property tax will get Cupertino to approve its "spaceship" HQ

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What Apple's spaceship campus is expected to look like from above For all we've heard of Apple's new, UFO-like "Campus 2" and its projected 2016 opening date, the company is still awaiting the city's final approval for the project. To that end, The Next Web reports that the company...
Apple hopes jobs, property tax will get Cupertino to approve its "spaceship" HQ

iPhone 5 Coming to China in Late November or Early December

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The Wall Street Journal reports that China Telecom is preparing to begin offering the iPhone 5 in late November or early December, adding to the potential for a blockbuster holiday quarter for Apple.Government officials haven't offered guidance on when the iPhone 5 might win final approval. But China Telecom Chairman...
iPhone 5 Coming to China in Late November or Early December

Club Jameco borrows from Etsy and Kickstarter, lets DIYers design, sell and buy project kits

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Though electronics hobbyists may not have the same resources that the Maker Sheds of the world have to design, package and sell do-it-yourself kits, electronics component distributor Jameco plans to change that. With Club Jameco, enthusiasts can pitch their kit ideas to the electronic component wizards in Belmont, CA...
Club Jameco borrows from Etsy and Kickstarter, lets DIYers design, sell and buy project kits

Google’s deal to buy Motorola Mobility gets final approval from Department of Justice

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Earlier today we reported that the European Commission blessed the Google-Motorola Mobility deal, and we’re learning that the United States has also given its final seal of approval making the deal complete. According to a Reuters reporter, the approval has been giving a few moments ago: All clear! Google-Motorola deal...
Google’s deal to buy Motorola Mobility gets final approval from Department of Justice
iPhone 5 likely coming to China by the end of 2012

Components for Apple Television Set Reportedly 'Starting to Move in Small Quantities'

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Last month, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, who has long been a proponent of an Apple television set, reported that Apple was investigating components for just such a product, contacting suppliers to learn about the capabilities of their various offerings. As shared by Business Insider, a new report from Jeffries...
Components for Apple Television Set Reportedly 'Starting to Move in Small Quantities'

Facebook Agrees To Pay As Many As 2 Million Users $10 Each In Settlement (FB)

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Dec. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Facebook Inc. persuaded a judge to grant preliminary approval of a $20 million settlement of a lawsuit claiming it used subscribers' names without their permission to advertise products in its "Sponsored Stories." Under the revised settlement, users can claim a $10 payment, and funds left over...
Facebook Agrees To Pay As Many As 2 Million Users $10 Each In Settlement (FB)

FTC Approves Facebook Privacy Settlement Reached Last November

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As was widely expected, the Federal Trade Commission has given final approval to the privacy settlement it reached with Facebook last year. The agreement — unlike the $22.5 million agreement with Google announced yesterday — doesn’t call for any monetary penalty. It does, however,... Please visit Marketing Land for the...
FTC Approves Facebook Privacy Settlement Reached Last November

China Finally OKs Google’s Acquisition Of Motorola Mobility

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It’s been just over nine months since Google announced their intentions to acquire hardware manufacturer Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion, and now it seems that the final pieces of the deal have fallen into place. According to a new report from the Associated Press, Chinese officials have finally given the...
China Finally OKs Google’s Acquisition Of Motorola Mobility

This business startups act is a hucksters' charter | Dan Gillmor

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It should be easier for innovators to issue shares, but in its haste to look pro-enterprise, Congress has not done due diligenceBarring some last minute complications, Congress will soon give its final approval to legislation that backers say will aid the American economy by giving a big boost to entrepreneurship....
This business startups act is a hucksters' charter | Dan Gillmor

Girl Scouts could get very own video game badge, STEM-approved

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Girls are gamers, too -- and not just the Nintendogs type. Though video games have commonly been ascribed a boys' club distinction, the Girls Scouts of Greater Los Angeles and Women in Games International are looking to undo that common misperception. Working in conjunction with E-line, the publisher behind...
Girl Scouts could get very own video game badge, STEM-approved
Antigua pressures US with threat of a WTO-supported piracy haven

Apple Reportedly Adding High-Speed 802.11ac Wireless Networking To 2013 Macs

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Apple is planning to give the 802.11ac wireless networking standard a big boost in 2013, according to a new report from TheNextWeb. Sources tell the blog that Apple will partner with Broadcom to bring the next-gen Wi-Fi tech to new Macs. 802.11ac is the successor to 802.11n, but it has...
Apple Reportedly Adding High-Speed 802.11ac Wireless Networking To 2013 Macs

NYC's livery car groups may have blocked the city's e-hail app pilot program from being enacted

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Not so fast, New York City. It appears that the implementation of the city’s e-hail app pilot program has been blocked, at least temporarily. Bloomberg is reporting that New York’s livery car groups have succeeded in preventing the city from testing out a new plan to allow people to hail...
NYC's livery car groups may have blocked the city's e-hail app pilot program from being enacted

THE GOOGLE INVESTOR: YouTube Has An Insane Amount Of Activity (GOOG)

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The Google Investor is a daily report from SAI. Sign up here to receive it by email GOOG Down In A Weak Market The market is stabilizing just over the flatline after the Richmond Fed missed and existing home sales came in in-line. Shares of GOOG are down over 1%....
THE GOOGLE INVESTOR: YouTube Has An Insane Amount Of Activity (GOOG)

FCC approves AT&T's nationwide 4G band plan

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AT&T has received the final approval it needs to create a nationwide 4G band for its own private consumption. On Wednesday, the Federal Communications Commission vote 5-0 in favor of Chairman Julius Genachowski’s proposal to turn previously useless 2.3 GHz Wireless Communications Services (WCS) airwaves into a band fit for...
FCC approves AT&T's nationwide 4G band plan

FTC Gives Final Approval to Facebook Privacy Settlement

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The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has approved a settlement with Facebook related to charges that the social networking leader deceived consumers regarding the......
FTC Gives Final Approval to Facebook Privacy Settlement

Samsung reveals its China chip plant will cost $7bn, making it its biggest ever overseas investment

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Samsung has confirmed that the memory chip production plant that it is planning to develop in China will cost $7 billion, making it the largest overseas project that the Korean electronics giant has undertaken to date. Economic Times reports that the South Korean firm has revealed that it has secured an initial $2.3...
Samsung reveals its China chip plant will cost $7bn, making it its biggest ever overseas investment

T-Mobile fires back at AT&T with new ad: "What keeps AT&T up at night? Apparently us."

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Looks like we’ve got a good ol’ heavyweight cell phone carrier fight brewing between T-Mobile and AT&T. Just days after AT&T debuted full-page newspaper ads attacking T-Mobile’s network, Bellevue-based T-Mobile USA has fired back with its own advertisements. TMOnews has copies of three different full-page spreads that have, according to TMOnews,...
T-Mobile fires back at AT&T with new ad: "What keeps AT&T up at night? Apparently us."

"Crowding" out the status quo

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This is a guest post by Bill Bricker, a Big Data sales specialist with IBM. Imagine if your favorite neighborhood bakery or a local start-up conducted an IPO. Could personal relationships drive local investments and investor profit? In economic times like these, investment in their neighbors will appeal to investors...
"Crowding" out the status quo

FTC Gives Final Approval to Facebook Privacy Settlement

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As part of the deal, Facebook denies the allegations and makes no admission of guilt....
FTC Gives Final Approval to Facebook Privacy Settlement

Apple devices officially OK'd for secure government networks

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Apple's iPhones, iPads and other devices running iOS 6 or higher are officially cleared for use on the US government's secure networks, the Department of Defence announced on Friday. The final approval, which we first reported on in March, also grants Samsung Android devices that are running the Korean company's...
Apple devices officially OK'd for secure government networks
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