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Flipboard for Android 'liberated' from Galaxy S III demo unit, available for all

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For many, one of the biggest causes of jealousy after the Samsung Galaxy S III launch event wasn't that 4.8-inch screen, or the new Exynos innards, it was that beautiful looking Android version of Flipboard. Alas, the Korean mobile giant had enough cunning to secure that little gem all...
Flipboard for Android 'liberated' from Galaxy S III demo unit, available for all

Best Buy to close 50 big box US retail stores, open 100 Mobile stand-alone outlets in 2013

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Still driving to your local Best Buy to fondle all the latest gadgets before swiping your card, or hopping to the web to pull the trigger? That tradition could be short-lived, if you happen to live near one of 50 big box retail stores that the company plans to...
Best Buy to close 50 big box US retail stores, open 100 Mobile stand-alone outlets in 2013

CoreMobile wants to cram a lot of apps on one screen

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Combine the gargantuan information flows from the web available to us everywhere with the small screen and processing power of a smartphone and you get a pretty evident bottleneck. Who among us hasn’t quickly thumbed from one app to another ahead of a client visit trying to get as much...
CoreMobile wants to cram a lot of apps on one screen

Megaupload’s Kim Dotcom Released On Bail, Perhaps Never To Be Seen Again

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When Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom and several others in the organization were arrested in raids a month ago, it was noted by prosecutors that Dotcom’s rather wild lifestyle and propensity for spontaneous international travel, combined with his vast wealth, constituted a serious flight risk. He was denied bail at the...
Megaupload’s Kim Dotcom Released On Bail, Perhaps Never To Be Seen Again

Why sustainability is a non-negotiable imperative in design

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"Sustainability is a design challenge," states Chris Sherwin, the new—and first—head of sustainability at future-gazing design agency Seymour Powell. Sherwin is now working with the designers at the agency to build sustainability into the design process. He says that doing this is, in fact, a "non-negotiable imperative," especially as 80 percent...
Why sustainability is a non-negotiable imperative in design

Invy: This simple event planner app lets you pick a date with friends and family

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There’s something really appealing about simple apps that let us organize our lives and bring a little order to the chaos, which is why we like this next app. We’ve gotten wind of Invy, an incredibly simple iOS app that helps you pick a date to get together with friends...
Invy: This simple event planner app lets you pick a date with friends and family

Boot up: Douglas Adams on dongly things, Twitter's growth plan, improve your Nexus 7 and more

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Plus the 4G PlayBook is imminent, the world food crisis, malware posing as scans and moreA quick burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamTwitter pushes to boost site's utility >> WSJ.comThe efforts are part of Twitter's continuing mission to increase its service's...
Boot up: Douglas Adams on dongly things, Twitter's growth plan, improve your Nexus 7 and more
Liberate your tweets: Archiving without Twitter
Game designers and Rockefeller Foundation attack poverty with fun

ICANN's Generic Top Level Domain (gTLD) Process .sucks

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The plan to create and sell new generic top-level domains should have been a boon for the Internet and a gold mine for the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). It's not turning out that way. At nearly every turn, the process has been hamstrung by mistakes and...
ICANN's Generic Top Level Domain (gTLD) Process .sucks

Phew: Windows 8 won’t be completely awful on multi-monitor setups

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Microsoft has announced that the Windows 8 Release Preview, which is due in early June, will thankfully feature a bunch of much-needed multi-monitor tweaks and fixes.First and foremost, in the Release Preview (and final version, presumably), every monitor now has “hot corners.” In Windows 8, the Start Screen, Charms bar,...
Phew: Windows 8 won’t be completely awful on multi-monitor setups

StatCounter dings Microsoft for endorsing Net Application’s market share data

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Microsoft is quite fond of tooting its own horn when it comes to the performance of Internet Explorer 9 on Windows 7, and the decline (at last) of Internet Explorer 6. However, it has a favorite place to get the data that it promotes: Net Applications. Now, we like Net...
StatCounter dings Microsoft for endorsing Net Application’s market share data
Galaxy S III to have quad-core Exynos SoC with built-in LTE?

The new Cheezburger redesign: Faster, funnier and fewer trolls

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Cheezburger’s rise to the top of the Internet charts has certainly been impressive to watch, leaving some investors kicking themselves that they didn’t have the foresight to invest early in the online comedy network. But what’s been most impressive about Cheezburger is how the company has strung together so many...
The new Cheezburger redesign: Faster, funnier and fewer trolls

Inside the Press-Shy Q Labs, AOL’s Great White Hope

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AOL hopes to plant seeds with hip companies coming out of QLabs and AOL Ventures. On Wednesday afternoon, Betabeat arrived at the arty brick headquarters where AOL's startup alter egos, QLabs and AOL Ventures, take up an entire floor at Broadway and Great Jones in Soho. We were greeted by...
Inside the Press-Shy Q Labs, AOL’s Great White Hope
"In the Studio," Greylock's Josh Elman is Looking for Social Products with the Power to Incept
Customer experience app Vital Insights nabs $20M from Bregal Sagemount
What Yahoo Founder Jerry Yang Should've Learned From Firefox In 2005

Acta didn't stand a chance in the age of the social internet | Charles Arthur

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The anti-counterfeiting treaty had some good intentions behind it – but its online strictures couldn't just be forced throughThe dismissal of Acta, the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, by the European parliament has left the treaty's opponents delighted, and its supporters – who principally work in the industries that rely on copyright...
Acta didn't stand a chance in the age of the social internet | Charles Arthur

What I learned from teaming up with Google

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Recently, I was invited by Google to participate in “Mobilizing Mobile” in Mobile, Alabama. As part of Google’s Go Mobile initiative, the event demonstrated what happens when a city’s infrastructure and community goes mobile. Below you’ll find four key take-aways from teaming up with Google. I believe they can be...
What I learned from teaming up with Google

Parkmobile adds NFC to its parking payment repertoire

www.engadget.com
Let's face it, whether you're down at the laundromat or feeding the meter on a busy street, you can never find enough quarters when you need'em. Know what effectively sidesteps that lack of foresight? NFC, that's what. And that tap-to-pay convenience is ready to roll out for folks in...
Parkmobile adds NFC to its parking payment repertoire

ReadWriteWeb DeathWatch: Barnes & Noble

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Barnes & Noble remains a big player in a growing industry, and until Google changed everything this week, it made fantastic hardware for the money. But as with Nokia, a changing market and financial problems are driving a proud Number Two into a subordinate role that threatens to choke it out...
ReadWriteWeb DeathWatch: Barnes & Noble
How to know when it’s time to hire an outside CEO

"We're no longer a PC company, we're an IT company."

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"We're no longer a PC company, we're an IT company.": That’s not IBM. That’s not HP. That’s Dell. But you’ll notice the trend. Everyone is getting out of the PC business because it’s a shitty business to be in. IBM was way ahead of the curve (and is reaping the...
"We're no longer a PC company, we're an IT company."

20 Instant Upgrades to Make Chrome Better than Firefox

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Show of hands - how many of you are still clinging to Firefox not because it's the perfect browser, but because it's the best alternative out there to Internet Explorer? Probably a good many of you, and the reason why Firefox has been so hard to supplant as the No....
20 Instant Upgrades to Make Chrome Better than Firefox

Information presentation in small screen devices: The trade-off between visual density and menu foresight: Publica... http://bit.ly/a1bRWW

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Information presentation in small screen devices: The trade-off between visual density and menu foresight: Publica... http://bit.ly/a1bRWW

This Lady Just Predicted the Future—Or at Least the Weather—with Asparagus [Video]

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Jemima Packington was born with the gift of foresight. Unfortunately, that future-vision is only legible by reading the positions of thrown asparagus. That's right—she's an asparamancer and she just foretold the births of two royal British heirs and Britain's imminent trouncing of the rest of the world in the...
This Lady Just Predicted the Future—Or at Least the Weather—with Asparagus [Video]

RADIO SALVA - Flat black project: "Foresight" RMX by RADIO SALVA - SoundCloud

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RADIO SALVA - Flat black project: "Foresight" RMX by RADIO SALVA - SoundCloud

The Businesses of B2B Social Media

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Social Media is often misconstrued as a medium for business-to-consumer or B2C engagement and discounted as a viable communications network for those companies focused on business-to-business transactions. However, B2B, as in any other field impacted by online activity, is faced with a prime opportunity to not only cultivate communities...
The Businesses of B2B Social Media

Good thing Bush & Cheney had the foresight to create Homeland Security, NORTHCOM, torture, the Military Commissions Act, and them 500,000 FEMA coffins in the wake of the 911 attacks they pulled off.

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Good thing Bush & Cheney had the foresight to create Homeland Security, NORTHCOM, torture, the Military Commissions Act, and them 500,000 FEMA coffins in the wake of the 911 attacks they pulled off.
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