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Nutella Nastygrams Restaurant Promoting Its Product, Opens The Door For Competitors

Archos expands from low-cost Android tablets to low-cost Android phones

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Archos, a French company that has been building inexpensive tablets longer than most, is now entering the smartphone market. On Thursday, Archos announced a trio of Google Android smartphones with dual-SIM capability that it will sell at full price. But don’t expect to pay the $600 or more that a...
Archos expands from low-cost Android tablets to low-cost Android phones
Technicolor looks for patent payoff from Apple and Samsung

Spotify rival Deezer continues its worldwide expansion with launch in Canada, Australia and New Zealand

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Music streaming service and Spotify rival Deezer today announced it has launched its platform in Canada, Australia and New Zealand, expanding its service outside of Europe (where it says it covers 46 countries) and moves ever-so-closer to a presence in the US. The company doesn’t provide any new statistics for...
Spotify rival Deezer continues its worldwide expansion with launch in Canada, Australia and New Zealand

Cuba opens one lane of Internet superhighway--inbound

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Six years ago, work began on a telecommunications project that was supposed to open up the island nation of Cuba to the Internet, giving the people a high-speed connection to the rest of the world.  Earlier this month, that project finally started to bear fruit—sort of. At about the...
Cuba opens one lane of Internet superhighway--inbound

“Deezer now covers all European countries from Iceland to Russia (46 countries).”

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The headline is actually a sentence lifted from a press release issued earlier this morning by music streaming and discovery company Deezer, which aims to rival the likes of Spotify and Rdio on an increasingly global level. Starting today, Deezer is apparently available in all of Eastern Europe in addition...
“Deezer now covers all European countries from Iceland to Russia (46 countries).”
Virginia Beach McDonald's provides complimentary iPad usage with burgers

Archos announces 101 XS Android tablet with included keyboard dock

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Archos doesn't have the best reputation for device quality in recent years, but the French company is back at it again, announcing today the 101 XS. The Android tablet is the first in the company's new Gen10 lineup, and according to Director of Marketing Craig TerBlanche represents a much...
Archos announces 101 XS Android tablet with included keyboard dock

Every hotel website should look like this

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Having paid visits to many, many hotel websites over the years to try and book a room, discovering CONVERT was like a breath of fresh air. I’ll be totally honest with you: it’s not like I’m some renowned expert on what website building tools and content management systems for hotels...
Every hotel website should look like this

Archos 101 XS review: a tablet that puts the keyboard center stage

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More Info Archos outs G10 xs tablet line, readies Transformer Prime contenders Archos teases G10 xs with first press shot, vows launch in three weeks Archos 80 G9 review Archos has had its hand in the slate game since the early days of "internet media tablets," and while its...
Archos 101 XS review: a tablet that puts the keyboard center stage

CSR Racing, The Amazing Spider-Man, Hipstamatic and more on this week’s top grossing iOS apps

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NaturalMotion’s new game CSR Racing is a big hit in its first week of release, taking the No. 1 spot on the top grossing iPhone app chart this week, knocking down last week’s champion Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North, which falls to the No. 3 spot. CSR Racing is...
CSR Racing, The Amazing Spider-Man, Hipstamatic and more on this week’s top grossing iOS apps
'Anonymous' hackers realize intellectual property rules may have value after all [video]
Movea demos a cheaper way to capture a dancer's motion (video)

Vivendi Beats Full-Year Earnings Target

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The French company's results were helped by sales of video games and a smaller-than-expected drop in profit at its French mobile unit SFR....
Vivendi Beats Full-Year Earnings Target

Peruvian movie portal Cinepapaya announces funding from 500 Startups, eyes Latin America

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Cinepapaya has raised funding from 500 Startups to boost the growth of its movie information and ticket sale portal, the Peruvian startup announced on stage today during the first Wayra Global Demo Day. The event is taking place in Miami, and showcases 17 teams that participated in Telefónica’s acceleration program...
Peruvian movie portal Cinepapaya announces funding from 500 Startups, eyes Latin America

Zynga sues Microsoft-backed social gaming startup Kobojo over ‘PyramidVille’ game

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Last week, social gaming juggernaut Zynga filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against one of Europe’s leading social games companies, venture-backed Kobojo. The Paris, France-based social games studio last year released a Facebook game called PyramidVille, and, in partnership with a company called BulkyPix, brought the game to mobile devices...
Zynga sues Microsoft-backed social gaming startup Kobojo over ‘PyramidVille’ game

Smart forks, phablets and phones: a CES 2013 journal

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A fork that promotes weight loss, cat-ear brain-wave readers... horrible lunches? We document the weirdness of CES 2013Rory Carroll is at the Consumer Electronics Show for the Guardian, taking notes and photos about the most talked-about products at the tech jamboree. Spotted: A smart forkJudging by buzz, the world's first...
Smart forks, phablets and phones: a CES 2013 journal
Panasonic, Samsung, LG, and others hit with record $1.9bn EU fine for TV price fixing

Anonymous row over logo trademark

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Anonymous vows to "take down" a French company trying to trademark the hacking collective's logo and slogan....
Anonymous row over logo trademark

Inhabitat's Week in Green: solar-powered plane, chrome Fisker Karma and the 'blackest' solar cells ever

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Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green. With the days getting longer and the spring sun creeping into the evening hours this week, we saw a host of impressive solar energy...
Inhabitat's Week in Green: solar-powered plane, chrome Fisker Karma and the 'blackest' solar cells ever

CES hands-on: Archos' Gamepad, Family Pad, Gen 10 tablets

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The 2013 Consumer Electronics Show marches on and Electronista stopped by Archos' booth to check out the French company's newest offerings. Archos of late has been touting a number of Android devices with novel form factors, and we spent a bit of hands-on time with the Gamepad, Archos' dedicated gaming...
CES hands-on: Archos' Gamepad, Family Pad, Gen 10 tablets

VIDEO: Would you share your food online?

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The French company that turns your kitchen into a restaurant...
VIDEO: Would you share your food online?

Seagate to Acquire Consumer Hard Drive Maker LaCie

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Hard drive giant Seagate said today it will acquire LaCie, the French company behind the popular line of consumer hard drives and other storage devices. Seagate has offered $186 million, or about 4.05 euros per share, for 64.5 percent of the shares of LaCie controlled by Philippe Spruch, the company’s...
Seagate to Acquire Consumer Hard Drive Maker LaCie

Deezer looking for a D.E.A.L. to R.O.C.K. in the U.S.A.

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Deezer's been making a fair amount of noise around the world over the past week, and now the French company is looking to bring its block rockin' beats to the States. That news comes straight from the mouth of the company's chief executive, Axel Dauchez, who told The Wall...
Deezer looking for a D.E.A.L. to R.O.C.K. in the U.S.A.

Louis Vuitton Touts Basketball Trademark Victory In Similar Lawsuit Against Warner Bros.

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We recently wrote about the terrible ruling in which a district court said Hyundai had diluted Louis Vuitton's trademarks with a one-second clip of a mock LV basketball in a commercial. Now THR reports that Louis Vuitton has included that ruling as part of a new filing in another ongoing...
Louis Vuitton Touts Basketball Trademark Victory In Similar Lawsuit Against Warner Bros.

The Hackers Who Found The First Windows 8 Bug Have Put It Up For Sale (MSFT)

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That didn't take long. Windows 8 was officially released a week ago and hackers have already found a security flaw in it. But that's not even the worst news. These guys have not told Microsoft about the flaw. Instead, they're selling it to others, reports Computerworld. The flaw was found...
The Hackers Who Found The First Windows 8 Bug Have Put It Up For Sale (MSFT)

Seagate to buy LaCie for $186 million, expand its storage empire

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Seagate and LaCie have gotten friendly before -- the former company's drives are in the LaCie 2big Thunderbolt HDD, for instance -- but the storage makers are about to get even cozier. Today, Seagate announced its plans to buy a 64.5-percent share in the French company, which is currently...
Seagate to buy LaCie for $186 million, expand its storage empire

This New Wind Turbine Produces Electricity and Water

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French company Eole Water reinvents the wind turbine to harvest wind energy and fresh water out of thin air....
This New Wind Turbine Produces Electricity and Water
Now at 50m users, LinkedIn rival Viadeo acquires French startup Pealk and announces US innovation lab

CES 2013: the health and fitness gadgets coming your way

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From a fork that tells you when you're eating too fast to a skin patch that constantly monitors your vital signs, there was plenty of exciting kit on show in Las VegasThe Consumer Electronics Show, an annual innovation showcase which brings over 100,000 industry professionals to Las Vegas and fills...
CES 2013: the health and fitness gadgets coming your way
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