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Apple's $30bn maps mistake

www.guardian.co.uk
Tim Cook's delayed apology over the maps fiasco tells us a lot about the company's attitude and managementA short week after releasing the iPhone 5, Apple's CEO publicly apologises for the maps fiasco and the company's website updates its description of the new service. As the digital inspirations blog found...
Apple's $30bn maps mistake

Surviving The Scramble For San Francisco Office Space

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Editor’s note: Jon Sterling has been in the real estate business since 2002. Follow him on Twitter @mistersterling. The residential real estate bubble isn’t the only real estate challenge facing startups in Silicon Valley. Office space within the city limits is becoming more scarce by the day as tech companies...
Surviving The Scramble For San Francisco Office Space
Why big-box retail needs a serious upgrade

CloudFlare and OpenDNS team up to help raise awareness of the DNSChanger malware

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DNS. It’s a tricky piece of Internet technology and a a couple of years ago a group had released some malware that was sending people to the wrong websites, attempting to use phishing schemes in order to profit. The FBI tracked the group and eventually shut it down, but millions...
CloudFlare and OpenDNS team up to help raise awareness of the DNSChanger malware

M2M: one network will not rule them all

gigaom.com
Machine to machine networks, sometimes called the Internet of things, are the logical extension of today’s connected society, but creating such a network will require multiple technologies; telcos to open up their networks; governments to figure out a way to assign unique numbers for each device on the network; and...
M2M: one network will not rule them all

Massive Interactive targets North America in its quest to rule IPTV

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How is a startup that’s been around for 16 years going to reinvent the IPTV market in North America? For Massive Interactive, it’s by offering content owners a simple way to push media across a variety of devices with a single app. The Sydney, Australia and London-based company is...
Massive Interactive targets North America in its quest to rule IPTV
7 startups step out of 'entrepreneur clubhouse' at Founders Den demo night

FTC Offers $50,000 To Whoever Can Come Up With A Way To Stop 'Rachel From Cardholder Services'

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The current administration has expressed interest in different kinds of "innovation prizes" for a while, so it's interesting to see the FTC offer up $50,000 to individuals or small companies if they can come up with a good solution to dealing with robocalls (automated telemarketing recordings that call tons of...
FTC Offers $50,000 To Whoever Can Come Up With A Way To Stop 'Rachel From Cardholder Services'

Google Introduces 3 New Sizes Of Nexus Devices (GOOG)

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Google has introduced three new Nexus devices in three different sizes. The Nexus 4 is its smartphone-sized device. It has a zippy quad-core processor, a 4.7" display, and runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, the latest version of Google's mobile oeprating system. The Nexus 7 is Google's mid-size tablet. A 16 GB...
Google Introduces 3 New Sizes Of Nexus Devices (GOOG)

Latest Opera desktop browser powered by Chromium - interesting Stash & Smartbox features

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Opera has released what it describes as a ‘sneak preview’ of its latest browser, Opera 15, available for both Windows and Mac. As we reported last month, it is powered by Chromium rather than the Presto engine Opera had used for earlier versions. While Opera is still a significant player in...
Latest Opera desktop browser powered by Chromium - interesting Stash & Smartbox features
Viewsonic announces new line of smart & touchscreen displays

Google Glass: Is There Any Way To Jam It?

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Forget the technology issues. The social acceptance of Google Glass and other wearable computing devices is a much bigger and more complex question. Is society ready to deal with yet another unstoppable influx of cameras and recording devices documenting our every move? But is that intrusion really inescapable? Are there...
Google Glass: Is There Any Way To Jam It?
Splitsecnd calls for help when you can't in a car crash

10 Features I Want to See in TweetDeck

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I have a love/hate relationship with TweetDeck. While TweetDeck is a great tool that does so many things so well (the Love), it doesn’t do everything I want and need it to do and it still suffers from some pretty annoying technical issues (the Hate). To be sure, some of...
10 Features I Want to See in TweetDeck

No domain membership or enterprise management for Windows 8 on ARM

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As Microsoft released the Windows 8 Consumer Preview today, it also published a product guide for business users of the operating system. In the guide, it was revealed that the ARM-based version of Windows 8 will lack some of the management features available to the version running on PCs—a...
No domain membership or enterprise management for Windows 8 on ARM
Sorry, Apple fans: the Google/Motorola fake address "scandal" is no scandal at all
Tracking light in, essentially, a tiny pinball machine
Email killing your teamwork? Perhaps document management is the fix (infographic)
It's Laughable That The Most Popular Version Of Android Is Nearly Three Years Old (GOOG)
Hop.in Launches Gesture-Based Sharing App
Parse Adds Crowdflower's Photo Moderation To Its Mobile Backend Services
Kickstarter: The Clipy Is A Backpack For The iPod Nano

Foursquare Ditches Google Maps For OpenStreetMaps

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Foursquare Ditches Google Maps For OpenStreetMaps: This is interesting because maps are obviously a vital part of location-based services. And while a few have picked Bing Maps over Google Maps, I can’t recall any service as big as Foursquare, which was using Google for so long, ditching them in favor...
Foursquare Ditches Google Maps For OpenStreetMaps
Copper wires might be the bottleneck in the way of Moore's Law
Consumer Reports: Actually, Apple's Maps app doesn't suck
Apple shells out $60 million settlement for iPad trademark in China

Comfe Grips for the iPad 2 makes holding your iPad an ease

www.technologytell.com
Every iPad owner knows that holding the iPad 2 for a long time can become a tiring task because, after all the iPad 2 is not that lightweight. So, here’s probably a good solution geared especially those who use their iPads for longer time than usual – the Comfe Hands....
Comfe Grips for the iPad 2 makes holding your iPad an ease
Y Combinator-Backed Balanced Adds Bank Payments To Its Peer-To-Peer Payments Platform

How To Keep Your Small Business' Expense Spending Under Control

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When you empower your employees with an expense account, you trust that they won't blow a few thousand bucks on a meal at Le Bec Fin.Still, even a business with the world's most ethical employees needs to keep expense spending under control. To do that, you need to make...
How To Keep Your Small Business' Expense Spending Under Control

Twitter Changes The “Contours” Of Censorship With Country-By-Country Blocking

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Twitter has announced in a blog post a glorious new ability: “the ability to reactively withhold content from users in a specific country — while keeping it available in the rest of the world.” At last! There are two ways of looking at this new “ability,” one optimistic and one...
Twitter Changes The “Contours” Of Censorship With Country-By-Country Blocking
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