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How and where to buy Office 365

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Following in Adobe's Creative Cloud footsteps from last year, Microsoft turns Office into a subscription service. Are subscriptions the future of software? Here's what you need to know before you buy. [Read more]...
How and where to buy Office 365

Apple rumored to pay at least $150 for MacBook Pro Retina Display panels

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Competing notebook makers are reportedly looking to follow in Apple's footsteps by releasing their own high-resolution laptops, but pricing could pose a significant obstacle, as the Mac maker is rumored to pay at least $150 per unit for the Retina Display found in its MacBook Pro....
Apple rumored to pay at least $150 for MacBook Pro Retina Display panels

Facebook Starts Verifying Popular Pages & Profiles

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Following in the footsteps of both Twitter and Google+ (and Pinterest and other social networks), Facebook has started to verify a small number of Pages and personal profiles. There’s currently no way for a Page owner or regular user to request verification. Facebook explains how it... Please visit Marketing Land...
Facebook Starts Verifying Popular Pages & Profiles
Foursquare evokes location nostalgia with new history page

As Q4 2011 profits drop 26%, HTC blames fierce competition from Samsung, Apple

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In line with the previous unaudited earnings release, Taiwanese handset maker HTC just posted fourth-quarter results. The big news: A substantial 26 percent drop in profits on sales of NT$101.42 billion ($3.5 billion), a 2.5% decline versus the year-ago quarter. The stock tanked 5% in Asian trading. Following in Samsung’s footsteps,...
As Q4 2011 profits drop 26%, HTC blames fierce competition from Samsung, Apple
TechStars tax man steps out: how the quiet Adam Rothenberg become the hot startup incubator’s NY #2

There's no point resisting corporate websites. It's time to sell yourself

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There's a massive market for our personal information – and we ought to capitalise on itInformation is far from free. Just ask Phyllis Pearsall. She was the woman who drew up the London A-Z by pacing the streets with a notebook for months and months. Or so they say. Sceptics...
There's no point resisting corporate websites. It's time to sell yourself

Premier League adopts goal-line tech, puts armchair pundits in tailspin

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We all have that one ghost goal that stays buried in our subconscious, be it Frank Lampard in 2011, Luis Garcia in 2005 or, erm, Frank Lampard in 2010. But perhaps such tribulations will end with the news that the Premier League is following in the footsteps of FIFA...
Premier League adopts goal-line tech, puts armchair pundits in tailspin
Review: XCOM: Enemy Unknown is a credit to the name

UK Now Seizing Music Blogs (With American Domains) Over Copyright Claims

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Last year, we wrote about how the UK was following in the footsteps of the US's Homeland Security/ICE domain seizures. As we noted, the process there is even less rigorous than in the US -- often without a court being involved at all. Law enforcement just had to ask, and...
UK Now Seizing Music Blogs (With American Domains) Over Copyright Claims

Protocols, The GPL, Influences from MySQL

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I spent my Saturday at the SCALE conference down in LA. Most conferences I find have a meme and for this conference that was "MySQL's longterm influence on the GPL".MySQL was the company that had the most influence on how companies and investors viewed the GPL.When MySQL said "we will...
Protocols, The GPL, Influences from MySQL
Going Public Has Changed Mark Zuckerberg...Finally
OpenStack faces the terrible twos

“New” Roku HD Lands On Retail Shelves

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“New” Roku HD Lands On Retail Shelves originally appeared on Zatz Not Funny! Just last month we reported that a new “Roku HD” SKU had hit the FCC, and today I found it nestled amongst the Roku 2 XD and XS models. As the lowest priced Roku to grace store...
“New” Roku HD Lands On Retail Shelves

Storage: Violin Memory

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Narayan Venkat turned around, and there was Joe Tucci, the chairman, president, and chief executive officer of EMC. It was a bit like one of the Vandals receiving a visit from the emperor of Rome. Over the past thirty years, EMC has built a $56 billion empire selling beefy hardware...
Storage: Violin Memory
Sony's Xperia T is now available on O2 and ThreeUK, Walther PPK/S not included

How Solo Founders Beat the Odds and Get Into Top Accelerators

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Prestigious startup accelerators in the U.S. — like 500 Startups, TechStars and Y Combinator — generally “select against” solo applicants. But why reject entrepreneurs trying to follow in the footsteps of lone founders like Sara Blakely (Spanx), Jack Ma (Alibaba) or Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook)? “We believe being a single founder...
How Solo Founders Beat the Odds and Get Into Top Accelerators

Range Rover Evoque convertible follows in ill-conceived footsteps

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Land Rover debuts a convertible variant of the Range Rover Evoque at the Geneva Auto Show. Fortunately, it's only a concept. [Read more]...
Range Rover Evoque convertible follows in ill-conceived footsteps

Logitech F540 vs SteelSeries 7xb: Xbox 360 wireless headset showdown

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I finally got an Xbox this year. Yeah, I know, I’m a bit late on the uptake. But I’ve always been a PC gamer, rather than a console one, so I have my excuse. But one thing I quickly found was that, unless I was willing to blow the house...
Logitech F540 vs SteelSeries 7xb: Xbox 360 wireless headset showdown

Android Is Apple’s Burger King

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While we see the iPad garnering much attention during its official launch, Android fans are rejoicing. Given how many good reviews there have been for the iPad, this may sound kind of strange. However, sometimes being second best can still be the basis for a fantastic business. I call this...
Android Is Apple’s Burger King

Windows RT can be tweaked to run desktop apps, hacker says

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Running traditional desktop apps on Windows RT may be one step closer to reality, thanks to a vulnerability that a hacker claims lets you run any desktop app on the ARM version of Windows. A hacker called 'clrokr' recently detailed the Windows RT exploit, which requires manipulating a part...
Windows RT can be tweaked to run desktop apps, hacker says

TinyCo to set up not-so-tiny 60 person studio in Vancouver B.C.

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TinyCo has announced it will open new, standalone studio in Vancouver, British Columbia. TinyCo is the latest in a growing series of San Francisco-based game companies to set up north of the border, following in the footsteps of Gameview Studios and GREE. According to TinyCo CEO and co-founder Suli Ali,...
TinyCo to set up not-so-tiny 60 person studio in Vancouver B.C.

Tim Cook: Apple has no issue porting its apps to Android

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While it may seem far-fetched that Apple would consider following BlackBerry Messenger's footsteps and bring some apps to Android, it turns out that such a move isn't out of the question. "We have no religious issue with porting an Apple app to Android," said Cook. "If it made sense...
Tim Cook: Apple has no issue porting its apps to Android

O2 Wallet targets contactless payments market

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Smartphone app, which aims to simplify online shopping and money transfers, is open to mobile users across all networksMobile operator O2 has become the latest firm to offer a mobile payments service, allowing consumers to use their handset to send money to other people and shop more quickly online.Following in...
O2 Wallet targets contactless payments market

Mitsubishi ditching rear-projection TVs

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Company is following in the footsteps of rivals that left the market all the back in 2007 and 2008, according to an internal memo published by an industry site. [Read more]...
Mitsubishi ditching rear-projection TVs

Meeps: See why Apple took note of this little iPhone conversation app

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When Web 1.0 became Web 2.0 we lost something. That self-curated connection that was enabled heavily by forums and chat rooms seems to have gone away, replaced instead by automatically-curated experiences. But if Mathew Ranauro and the Meeps team are correct, people still want to have conversations around topics and...
Meeps: See why Apple took note of this little iPhone conversation app
When veteran filmmaker Larry Clark is embracing TinyPass, you know micropayments are set to go mainstream

Microsoft to add dual-factor sign-on security 'soon': report

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The company will follow very closely in Google's footsteps as it adds a more secure authentication process for logging into devices and services, LiveSide.net reports. [Read more]...
Microsoft to add dual-factor sign-on security 'soon': report
From Reddit to Hollywood, a happy horror story

Samsung Galaxy Note II gets pretty in pink, makes Hello Kitty proud

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To say that we've covered many, many rosey devices around here still wouldn't do the statement justice, so don't mind our slight excitement after seeing the Galaxy Note II show up wearing a very pink outfit on Samsung's Taiwanese site. Clearly, the phone tablet slab looks to follow in...
Samsung Galaxy Note II gets pretty in pink, makes Hello Kitty proud
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