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Kid-Friendly Social Network Everloop Is Coming To iPhone, Raising Series A

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Everloop, the social network for children under 13, is planning to launch a mobile application, making it one of the first companies to attempt a mobile, social network just for kids. The app, arriving in the third week of June, will translate the desktop experience to the small screen, beginning...
Kid-Friendly Social Network Everloop Is Coming To iPhone, Raising Series A
The @outlook.com email addresses Microsoft forgot to reserve

Google Nexus tablet appears in benchmarks, appears to run on quad-core Tegra 3

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ASUS's seven-inch MeMo tablet has just ducked under the FCC's gates, but some benchmark results for a purported Google and ASUS team-up could tally with the same device. According to the listing, the Google Asus Nexus 7 will arrive with NVIDIA's quad-core Tegra 3 CPU, clocked at 1.3 GHz,...
Google Nexus tablet appears in benchmarks, appears to run on quad-core Tegra 3

Mobile Developers: Have a Business and Marketing Plan to Make Money

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App stores are frustrating, cluttered places. Even with Apple’s prescreening process of every app that passes through its iOS gates, the App Store, it is often hard to find what you may want or need. This is a problem for consumers - but an even bigger problem for developers...
Mobile Developers: Have a Business and Marketing Plan to Make Money

VIDEO: At Foxconn, An Exclusive Look At How An iPad Is Made

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Much has been written about conditions at Foxconn, the embattled Chinese manufacturer for Apple and a host of other hardware companies. But only a couple of reporters have had access to one of the sprawling company’s factory floors: Joel Johnson wrote Wired‘s March 2011 cover story, “1 Million Workers....
VIDEO: At Foxconn, An Exclusive Look At How An iPad Is Made

Archos Arnova 80 Cobalt sidles up to the FCC, leaves little to the imagination

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Archos' line of Android tablets aren't really known for setting consumer tongues a-wagging; those honors are typically reserved for more bold-faced OEMs. As a low-cost alternative to pricier offerings, however, they make mighty fine sense. And one such slate's just swung by the Commission's gates, showing off its shiny...
Archos Arnova 80 Cobalt sidles up to the FCC, leaves little to the imagination

The Rise Of The 'Professional Amateur' And The Fall Of Gated, Exclusionary 'Clubs'

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As the gatekeepers continue to see their carefully constructed walls crumbling, they have rushed to shore up the walls using any means at their disposal, whether it's legislation, lawsuits or simple exclusion. But those within the gates aren't much happier, despite the limitations imposed by the gatekeepers, and many are...
The Rise Of The 'Professional Amateur' And The Fall Of Gated, Exclusionary 'Clubs'

Google Drive is live, completely replaces Google Docs. Don’t call it a Dropbox killer.

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It’s been an interesting few days around the tech world, with the imminent launch of Google Drive looming large. But now the service is live at http://drive.google.com/start so get downloading and let’s take a look: As we reported only a bit ago Google appears to be aiming the service at companies...
Google Drive is live, completely replaces Google Docs. Don’t call it a Dropbox killer.

HP TouchPad Kernel Released, Tinkerers Rejoice

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HP decided to donate a kernel for its TouchPad, hackers ready to storm the gates....
HP TouchPad Kernel Released, Tinkerers Rejoice

Researchers take nanowire transistors vertical, double up on density

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3D silicon is all the rage, and now nanowire transistors have further potential to keep Moore's Law on life support. Researchers at A*STAR have found a way to double the the number of transistors on a chip by placing the atomic-scale wires vertically, rather than in the run-of-the-mill planar...
Researchers take nanowire transistors vertical, double up on density

My BMW Remote app ready to Play with Android

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Stateside and overseas iOS users with a predilection for remotely controlling high-end German autos have had nearly a half year's worth of smug to lord over their Android counterparts. Not so anymore, as BMW's spreading the love and making its Remote app available now for that Google-led contingent on...
My BMW Remote app ready to Play with Android

AOL says it plans to “evolve” AIM and not kill it, but it’s a bit late for that

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Oh, AOL. The company that opened the gates to the Internet for so many of us has definitely had its troubles as of late. It’s sad to see what is going on at the company, especially since products like AOL Instant Messenger were commonplace for so many of us “back...
AOL says it plans to “evolve” AIM and not kill it, but it’s a bit late for that

Apple CEO Tim Cook to open D10 conference: yes, we'll be liveblogging

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The All Things D conference has a long history of wrangling an impressive speaker list, and this year's gala is no different. The outlet has just confirmed that Apple CEO Tim Cook will be the keynote speaker for D10's opening night, just two years after the late Steve Jobs...
Apple CEO Tim Cook to open D10 conference: yes, we'll be liveblogging

Fortune names Steve Jobs the 'greatest entrepreneur'

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He tops a list that includes Gates, Bezos, Page, Brin, Schultz and Zuckerberg "Though he could be abusive and mean-spirited to people who threw themselves into their work on his behalf, Steve Jobs has been our generation's quintessential entrepreneur. Visionary. Inspiring. Brilliant. Mercurial." So writes Fortune's John Byrne in the...
Fortune names Steve Jobs the 'greatest entrepreneur'
PHOTOS: Space Shuttle Discovery Hoisted Toward New Home

Group Retracts Its Petition Against Apple (Not That It Matters)

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A group that petitioned Apple in January to do more to protect workers’ rights in China is withdrawing its petition. The petition, which had previously gathered over 255,000 signatures before being delivered in-person to Apple stores in major U.S. cities, including New York, recently made headlines following a New York...
Group Retracts Its Petition Against Apple (Not That It Matters)

Playsurface touchscreen computing table hands-on (video)

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Let's be honest -- the first time we saw the Microsoft Surface in action, we all dreamt of getting our grubby fingers on our very own unit. Five years later, we're no closer to the dream of a touchscreen coffee tablet in every living room. Templeman Automation, thankfully, shares...
Playsurface touchscreen computing table hands-on (video)
Researchers create flexible, transparent, 3D non-volatile memory
'Sketch Nation Studio': create and publish an App Store game right on your iPhone (hands-on)

RIM Opens the Gates for the Trojan Horse

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New program for mobile device management gives users carte blanche to bring in other devices....
RIM Opens the Gates for the Trojan Horse

Facebook platform update: page tabs, payments, fan gates, more

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Facebook shared a number of updates on its developer blog today, including new features, API changes and bug fixes. New link makes apps easier to add – Tab application pages now include an “Add App to Page” option to make it simpler for admins to add custom tabs to their...
Facebook platform update: page tabs, payments, fan gates, more

Archos Arnova A9G3 tablet bares its backside for the FCC

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Tablets have fared far better than smartphones under Ice Cream Sandwich's Lady Liberty embrace. While the market's seen a paucity of smaller-screened Android 4.0 devices, the opposite is true of its slate cousins. And Archos appears determined to further spread Google's latest OS love to the people with a...
Archos Arnova A9G3 tablet bares its backside for the FCC

Gates, Ellison both looking to buy Hawaii's Lanai?

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Hawaii is rife with rumors that the two software heavyweights want to purchase the island of Lanai, where Gates got married and Ellison has a home. [Read more]...
Gates, Ellison both looking to buy Hawaii's Lanai?

Valve launches Greenlight to let community decide which games get released on Steam

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Over the past few years, Valve’s Steam platform has become the gold standard of online games marketplaces. Now, the company is launching Steam Greenlight, a new system that will allow the platform’s users to vote for games that they want to see released for purchase there. The system is simple,...
Valve launches Greenlight to let community decide which games get released on Steam

The 10 Biggest Android Tablet Fails (GOOG)

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Android tablets have come a long way since their debut in late 2010 but they have not been spared from a series of unpopular devices. Android tablets, with the notable exception of the Kindle Fire, has struggled to keep up with Apple's iPad despite sporting many additional features, sizes, colors...
The 10 Biggest Android Tablet Fails (GOOG)
Lots of investment in facial recognition, but are we any safer?
Samsung unveils quad-core Exynos 4 SoC for Galaxy S3
Are your brand's tweets too hot for kids? Age-screening tool comes to the rescue
Hollywood's Gates Aren't Closed-They've Merely Moved

DailyDirt: Zipping Around On Fewer Wheels

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Personal transportation is getting better and more convenient all the time -- just check out a bit of the history of the bicycle (or velocipedes). An early velocipede was even nicknamed the "boneshaker" for its uncomfortable ride. Here are just a few advances in the field of personal vehicles that...
DailyDirt: Zipping Around On Fewer Wheels
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