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five months

Bug report hints that a mature build of OS X 10.9 may be ready for WWDC

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From the initial preview to its final release, Mountain Lion took a journey that lasted over five months and saw 269 builds of the update before finally going gold in July of 2012. In fact, it was more than a month after its big WWDC keynote that Apple finally...
Bug report hints that a mature build of OS X 10.9 may be ready for WWDC
Exclusive: CrowdCall growing 100% every month, will announce new features and pricing next week

How Electronic Arts resurrected its DOA Simpsons game

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Five months ago, EA pulled "The Simpsons: Tapped Out" from the App Store after critical connection problems and bugs. An executive talks about its return. [Read more]...
How Electronic Arts resurrected its DOA Simpsons game

More Companies Are Tracking Online Data

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The number of trackers collecting data on users' activities on the most popular Web sites in the United States has significantly increased in the last five months, according to new research from the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology at the University of California, Berkeley....
More Companies Are Tracking Online Data

Panasonic KX-TGP500: A Great Wireless SIP Phone

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I've written a bit about our move from landline telephony to VOIP telephony in our family. We use a cloud based VOIP PBX called Onsip and we have ported all of our land lines to their cloud based system. We have several homes on one Onsip account and our total...
Panasonic KX-TGP500: A Great Wireless SIP Phone
Younity makes its limitless personal cloud service social, unshackling the files stored on all your devices

Looks like we'll see a T-Mobile iPhone (with LTE) this spring

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We won’t have to wait long to see that long-awaited T-Mobile-branded iPhone. In an interview Reuters at CES 2013, T-Mobile USA CEO John Legere said the iPhone would begin appearing on store shelves in the next three or four months. Though Legere and T-Mobile haven’t said explicitly which Apple device...
Looks like we'll see a T-Mobile iPhone (with LTE) this spring
Amazon's Kindle smartphone is coming! And it's 3-D! And we've heard this before! But this time it's true!

Facebook won't die. And it won't own the Web. It'll just be... mediocre

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The good news about Facebook is that it is, once again, destined for great things. Which is unfortunate. Because the bad news about Facebook is that it’s dying. More than most tech companies, Facebook inspires optimism as well as dread, addiction as well as loathing – sometimes all of...
Facebook won't die. And it won't own the Web. It'll just be... mediocre
MightyText brings SMS to the tablet, passes 1M users

We're Skeptical That Smartphone-Tablet Hybrids Will Take Off

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This post is from Business Insider Intelligence, a new research and analysis service that's currently in beta testing. Check out our free trial offer here. Yesterday, ABI Research released a report about smartphone-tablet hybrids -- which the firm calls "phablets" -- predicting that 239 million of them would ship by...
We're Skeptical That Smartphone-Tablet Hybrids Will Take Off

Samsung ships 10 million Galaxy S4 handsets, launches new colors

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Samsung Electronics has announced that global channel sales of its Galaxy S4 has surpassed 10 million units shipped in less than one month after its commercial debut. Launched globally on April 27, the phone is estimated to be selling at a rate of four units per second. Shipments of the...
Samsung ships 10 million Galaxy S4 handsets, launches new colors

Ring, ring! Skype video calls arrive in the browser.... with Outlook.com

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People pining for Skype video calls directly in the browser have something to look forward to today, provided they use Outlook.com for their email. On Tuesday, Skype announced a preview of web support for its audio, video and instant messaging services in Firefox, Internet Explorer and Chrome. The service is...
Ring, ring! Skype video calls arrive in the browser.... with Outlook.com

How To Get 60 Million Users Without Using Any Social Media

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Most viral online content relies heavily on social media to spread the word. Flash sale design site Fab, for example, reached 1 million users in five months thanks to a social sign up scheme. How did sites become popular before Twitter or Facebook existed? And how do you spread...
How To Get 60 Million Users Without Using Any Social Media
The DeanBeat: Will Battlefield 4 or Puzzle & Dragons reach $1B in revenues?

THE EXPERTS SPEAK: Here's What People Predicted Would Happen When The iPhone Came Out... (AAPL)

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It has been five years to the day since the iPhone first went on sale. While it might seem like a product that was destined for greatness from the beginning, not everyone thought so. Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone on January 9, 2007 and the phone went on sale a...
THE EXPERTS SPEAK: Here's What People Predicted Would Happen When The iPhone Came Out... (AAPL)

Windows 8 now up to 4.27% market share, but not at Windows 7′s expense

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As we move closer to the middle of 2013, Windows 8 is still growing its share steadily but slowly, as Windows XP and Vista decline. Last month, Windows 7 managed to regain some share, showing that despite its recent declines, it’s still going to be used for quite some time....
Windows 8 now up to 4.27% market share, but not at Windows 7′s expense

Samsung ships 100 million Galaxy S Android phones

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Samsung on Monday announced it has shipped more than 100 million Galaxy S phones since May 2010, when the original Samsung Galaxy S Android smartphone was released. Samsung Galaxy SThe first Samsung Galaxy S topped 24 million shipments, with the first 10 million in seven months. In 2011, the...
Samsung ships 100 million Galaxy S Android phones

Groupon launches Breadcrumb, officially enters the point-of-sale system market

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A few months ago, Groupon quietly scooped up a New York-based startup by the name of Breadcrumb, which, back then, was presumably regarded as a sign of POS-related things to come from the deal-sharing company. Today, nearly five months after its snappy acquisition, Groupon's officially relaunching launching Breadcrumb, marking...
Groupon launches Breadcrumb, officially enters the point-of-sale system market

Rock Health founders writing prescriptions for high-tech doctors

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For a generation of tech-savvy, smartphone-connected doctors, looking up definitions in printed paper textbooks or searching for medical journal entries by volume and issue number seems downright archaic. Several of the entrepreneurs presenting their startups at Rock Health’s demo day on Wednesday held both medical and business degrees, which was reflected...
Rock Health founders writing prescriptions for high-tech doctors
Sparrow for Mac 1.6 adds POP support, unified starred and sent folders

Microsoft launches 'Office 15' preview, promises beta by Summer

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Monday, Microsoft began the technical preview program of "Office 15," the next generation of Microsoft's Office ecosystem, which will include cloud services, servers, mobile and desktop clients. The big thing about Office 15 is that all these separate forms of Office will be simultaneously updated. The Technical Preview period is...
Microsoft launches 'Office 15' preview, promises beta by Summer
Boxee rebrands new device as Cloud DVR, tones down cord cutting rhetoric

Endorsements, LinkedIn's Answer To Klout, Passes 1B Recommendations And Builds Up A New Data Set

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Endorsements, a lightweight way for people on LinkedIn to recommend each other’s skills, has picked up some significant traction in its first five months of life. Today, LinkedIn is announcing that Endorsements has passed the 1 billion milestone — with 58 million members getting recognition on their profiles for different...
Endorsements, LinkedIn's Answer To Klout, Passes 1B Recommendations And Builds Up A New Data Set
People have spent 10 million nights in strangers’ beds, thanks to Airbnb

Amazon Web Services outage takes out popular websites again

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Just five months after storms took down Amazon-powered sites such as Instagram, Pinterest and Netflix, issues at Amazon's Northern Virginia datacenter gave Amazon Web Services customers fits on Monday. The outage started around 2:11pm Eastern Time, and affects "a small number" of instances in Amazon Web Services's US-EAST-1 Region....
Amazon Web Services outage takes out popular websites again
Live from Microsoft’s Windows 8 press conference at MWC!

Windows Phone market tops 80K apps

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According to All About Windows Phone, it took just under five months for the number of developers who published Windows Phones apps to double. [Read more]...
Windows Phone market tops 80K apps
Jason Citron's Phoenix Guild nets $1.1M in funding to create "exploitation-free" games for core gamers

Pebble smartwatch gets its first app partner: RunKeeper

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When I talked to the man behind the Pebble smartwatch, which has become the biggest Kickstarter project ever, he said what excited him about all the success was the ability to turn Pebble into an app platform. Now, Pebble is getting its first app partner and it’s a well known...
Pebble smartwatch gets its first app partner: RunKeeper
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