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Geek Love: Send Your Valentine A Heart Equation With Desmos (Now In HTML5!)

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Back in May, a startup named Desmos launched at TechCrunch Disrupt NYC with the hope of addressing the fragmentation inherent to education by way of platform-agnostic software that allows users to build and share their own rich educational content. In application, this meant that, like Inkling, Kno, Apple and more...
Geek Love: Send Your Valentine A Heart Equation With Desmos (Now In HTML5!)

Dwarfed by the Nexus 7, Amazon's Kindle Fire HD picks up 11% of its line's web market share

thenextweb.com
Hey, you have to start somewhere. According to analysis by Chitika of ad impressions, in terms of web market share, a leading indicator of device market share, the Kindle Fire HD now represents just over one tenth of the total Kindle Fire market share, clocking in with a tally of...
Dwarfed by the Nexus 7, Amazon's Kindle Fire HD picks up 11% of its line's web market share

Digg Data Reveals What We Read But Are Too Scared or Embarrassed To Share

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Digg’s January was its highest traffic month since October 2010. When it dug into why, it found we’re proud to look smart, hip, or funny by sharing tech news and offbeat content, but we keep our guilty pleasure entertainment and divisive political reading to ourselves. Specifically, Digg analyzed what people...
Digg Data Reveals What We Read But Are Too Scared or Embarrassed To Share

Here Are All The Rumors About What Facebook Will Announce At Its Mysterious Jan. 15 Event

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Yesterday, Facebook invited the media to attend an event at its headquarters on Jan. 15. "Come and see what we're building," it says ... but adds nothing more about what might actually be revealed. The press has handled the announcement with its usual degree of calm and maturity -- and...
Here Are All The Rumors About What Facebook Will Announce At Its Mysterious Jan. 15 Event

Tips for Shaking Off PPC Frustration

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As rose-colored as my glasses may be, I still find myself frustrated at times. In some cases it is due to specific goals that I am working on surpassing. Sometimes it is because ideas are not flowing from me as quickly as they might at other times. And of course,...
Tips for Shaking Off PPC Frustration

Malleable social graphs and mini-mobs: why Facebook could destroy Foursquare and Gowalla with one check in

scobleizer.com
I didn’t write about the big location war at SXSW (between location-based apps like Foursquare, Gowalla, Loopt, Brightkite, Whrrl, and others). Why not? Because, well, MG Siegler at Techcrunch has been. But I did participate, and took notes and now I’m looking at what’s next: 1. These apps are...
Malleable social graphs and mini-mobs: why Facebook could destroy Foursquare and Gowalla with one check in
HTC One X hits the FCC bound for AT&T

Improved Analytics for Websites, Applications, and Pages

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Having good analytics is a key to successfully growing a business. To provide you with even better metrics for your Facebook applications, websites, and Pages, we recently launched an improved Insights dashboard. The new Insights dashboard is your single source for all your Facebook analytics needs for: Websites: Fully-integrated sites...
Improved Analytics for Websites, Applications, and Pages

This is entirely too sensible an approach. Improved Zombie dynamics http://post.ly/QbPd #graphs #math #research #science #zombies

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This is entirely too sensible an approach. Improved Zombie dynamics http://post.ly/QbPd #graphs #math #research #science #zombies

It looks like Korean mobile operators are throttling free call service Kakao Talk

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Telecom operators in Korea appear to be throttling a recently introduced mobile VoIP (mVoIP) service from popular messaging application Kakao Talk, less than three weeks after it was launched with some controversy. Initial comments from SK Telecom, KT Telecom and LG Telecom were initially ‘hostile’ to the free calling service, which...
It looks like Korean mobile operators are throttling free call service Kakao Talk

Tableau Software's IPO Pops Big: Shares Skyrocket Up ~60% (DATA)

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As expected, Tableau Software is having a killer IPO. The stock was initially priced at $31 a share (a price raised twice yesterday) and investors gobbled it up. At one point this morning, it hit $50 a share. It's now trading just under ~$49, up ~60%. Tableau makes big data...
Tableau Software's IPO Pops Big: Shares Skyrocket Up ~60% (DATA)

Apple App Store Has Twice as Many Apps as Facebook [STATS]

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A study by mobile application analytics company Flurry reveals that Apple’s App Store now has more than twice the number of applications as the Facebook Platform, despite Facebook’s much larger market of users.Flurry estimates that as of its eighteenth month this January, the App Store for iPhone, iPod touch...
Apple App Store Has Twice as Many Apps as Facebook [STATS]
Social tracker: It knows where you are, when you're there, and when you'll be back

AppGlu platform aims to help mobile app developers and business people with speeding up development time and post-launch operations

www.insidemobileapps.com
AppGlu today released its new mobile enterprise application platform (MEAP) that aims to help mobile app developers and business people with speeding up development time and post-launch operations. AppGlu is a San Francisco-based company, which spun out from ArcTouch, a mobile app developer that makes apps for other companies like...
AppGlu platform aims to help mobile app developers and business people with speeding up development time and post-launch operations

Smartphones set to become the fastest spreading technology in human history

www.extremetech.com
It probably doesn’t come as a surprise, but it’s always nice to see it plotted on a graph: Smartphones might just be the fastest-spreading technology in human history. The only technologies that come close is the adoption of television between 1950 and 1953, and the recent emergence (and rapid growth)...
Smartphones set to become the fastest spreading technology in human history
6 promising startups spotted at the Launch Festival

Blinkx launches its redesigned video search engine, focusing on personalization and social integration

thenextweb.com
Last month we reported that video search engine Blinkx was joining Dailymotion Publisher Network (DPN), just after it had announced healthy financials and the launch of a completely new video discovery in open beta. Today, Blinkx is officially launching this new service out of beta at Blinkx.com, and it says...
Blinkx launches its redesigned video search engine, focusing on personalization and social integration

What If Social TV Is Less Social Than We Think?

allthingsd.com
Most “social TV” apps want you to hang out with them instead of gabbing about TV on the social networks you’re already using, like Twitter. That seems like a non-starter to me. Not so, says one of them. GetGlue, a startup that’s been working on social TV for a couple...
What If Social TV Is Less Social Than We Think?

The king and queen of location-based services

scobleizer.com
Dennis Crowley, co-founder of Foursquare, and Alexa Andrzejewski, founder of Foodspotting, are the hottest people in location-based services. Foursquare has a million users. Foodspotting has 100,000. Both are growing very quickly and getting lots of attention. I sit down with them at the Big Omaha conference and talk with...
The king and queen of location-based services

Data hungry apps revealed with Onavo Count, free usage tracker for iOS

www.engadget.com
Yes, you can currently snag a data usage tracker for iOS, but if you're wanting to know exactly which apps are sapping your monthly data, then Onavo Count is where it's at. The free app just debuted in the App Store, which allows users to pinpoint the most data...
Data hungry apps revealed with Onavo Count, free usage tracker for iOS

Pearltrees Comes To The iPhone, Goes Beyond Bookmarking And Adds Photos, Notes, Offline Mode

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Few startups make it through a year without a pivot or two these days. That really can’t be said about social bookmarking service Pearltrees, however. The company has stuck pretty closely to its roadmap ever since its launch in 2009. After launching on the web, Peartrees is now available on...
Pearltrees Comes To The iPhone, Goes Beyond Bookmarking And Adds Photos, Notes, Offline Mode
The Geographic Flow of Music: where musical trends are born

Today in Tech: Why Facebook will never be the social graph to rule them all

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Also: HP may sell off underperforming business units; sayonara, netbooks! Trying to be the one true social graph is like trying to hold water in your first [HUNTER WALK/ELAPSED TIME] I think Facebook has always understood that different services would want different graphs. Wasn't that the whole idea behind Facebook Connect...
Today in Tech: Why Facebook will never be the social graph to rule them all
Desmos gets Google Ventures funding for next-gen graphing calculator

SocialPing Elegantly Monitors Brands and Terms on Twitter

blog.louisgray.com
There are a ton of social media monitoring tools out there, from the enterprise class tools, including Radian 6, Alterian and Scoutlabs to consumer-focused apps, including one I'd long relied on, TweetBeep, which would send me alerts by e-mail when keywords flowed through Twitter. But TweetBeep first became unreliable, and...
SocialPing Elegantly Monitors Brands and Terms on Twitter
Dijit Goes After Personalized TV Discovery With The Launch Of NextGuide iPad App
Android 4+ surpasses a quarter of install base
Google Rolls Out New Developers Console For Play

Haiku Deck 2.0: Charts, graphs and lists to help make presentations easier

www.geekwire.com
They spoke, and Haiku Deck listened. After listening to customer feedback for the past few months, the Seattle-based startup announced a big new version of its presentation app today. Haiku Deck is a free iPad app which automatically matches text with Creative Commons images or allows users to easily...
Haiku Deck 2.0: Charts, graphs and lists to help make presentations easier

Must-read: Online ads, and why it pays to own a niche

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VentureBeat has a nice (and long) opinion piece by Jeremy Liew of Lightspeed Venture Partners that makes an argument for ... well, it's hard to pinpoint exactly what it's arguing. But as is often the case with these pieces, it's chock full of financial stats, graphs, and interesting observations about...
Must-read: Online ads, and why it pays to own a niche
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