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bryan: UPDATE: Cool, Mailbox's CEO agrees. My biggest gripe...

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bryan: UPDATE: Cool, Mailbox's CEO agrees. My biggest gripe with Mailbox thus far is that the default snooze options, which I generally love, do not change based on the time or day of the week, which can lead to some ambiguous situations. Around 9PM last night I wanted to merely...
bryan: UPDATE: Cool, Mailbox's CEO agrees. My biggest gripe...

Google: Our Apps Will Have Special Features for iPad

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Google carries a great concern with the usability of its applications.  For those of us who are likely to be carrying an iPad, yet are still addicted to Gmail (as well as other services), there’s some great news.iPad users will have access to Google’s new HTML5 design, that is very...
Google: Our Apps Will Have Special Features for iPad

Leak: Windows Phone 8 brings multi-core, NFC, Windows 8 link

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An escaped internal video for Nokia staff intercepted on Thursday has shown that Windows Phone 8 should be a massive leap, most of all in hardware. The PocketNow view of the clip, which was hosted by senior Windows Phone VP Joe Belfiore, revealed that the update nicknamed Apollo will add...
Leak: Windows Phone 8 brings multi-core, NFC, Windows 8 link

Google And Mozilla Should Quit Crying About Windows Tablets (GOOG, MSFT)

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There's a ridiculous dust-up going on today over Microsoft's plans for Internet Explorer and other Web browsers on Windows tablets. Mozilla started it this morning. The complaint: on ARM-based tablets running the next version of Windows, only Internet Explorer will be allowed to run in the classic desktop mode that...
Google And Mozilla Should Quit Crying About Windows Tablets (GOOG, MSFT)

TNW Pick of the Day: iWitness filters Twitter and Flickr content by time and location

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iWitness is a new Web app from New Context, in partnership with designers Adaptive Path, that displays updates from Twitter and Flickr by time and location. iWitness taps the public’s geo-location data to pinpoint the location of a tweet, photo, or video. It allows users to see content from a...
TNW Pick of the Day: iWitness filters Twitter and Flickr content by time and location

REVIEW: Amazon's New Big-Screen Kindle Fire HD (AMZN)

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The Kindle Fire HD 8.9 isn't much different than the 7-inch model that launched a few months ago. It runs the same operating system, a heavily modified version of Google's Android that locks you into Amazon's ecosystem of apps, movies, music, and books. So I'm not going to spend too...
REVIEW: Amazon's New Big-Screen Kindle Fire HD (AMZN)

Google Glass makes me want a smart watch

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I just tried Google Glass for the first time today – not for very long, just for a few minutes, but long enough to gain some first impressions beyond those of others that I’ve read. And unlike my colleague Eliza Kern, who was won over by the possibilities for voice-controlled...
Google Glass makes me want a smart watch

10 Things I Love And Hate About Google's New Chromebook Pixel Laptop (GOOG)

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Google's new Chromebook is an awesome looking laptop. I've been using it for the past few days and I'm really enjoying the experience. The Pixel is a great device to have while you're watching TV sitting on the couch, or whenever you need to casually browse the internet. I've played...
10 Things I Love And Hate About Google's New Chromebook Pixel Laptop (GOOG)

POGUE: The Nexus 'Humiliates' The Kindle Fire, But The iPad Is Still Better Overall (GOOG)

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New York Times gadget god David Pogue has weighed in on Google's Nexus 7. His verdict: "... the Nexus tablet is sweet. Its hardware and software smoothness rival Apple’s, and its luxury humiliates the Kindle Fire," but, "the iPad still makes a far more compelling total package (hardware, software, store)."...
POGUE: The Nexus 'Humiliates' The Kindle Fire, But The iPad Is Still Better Overall (GOOG)
Jason is wrong: Winter is coming, and revenues aren't the answer for everyone

How would you change Motorola's Atrix HD?

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Back in the day, the spec list for Motorola's Atrix HD made for impressive reading. After all, the $99 handset shipped with a 720p display, Ice Cream Sandwich, 8-megapixel camera and AT&T LTE. While its real-world performance couldn't match our hopes, the low price more than compensated for our...
How would you change Motorola's Atrix HD?

This Nifty App Lets Consumers Scan Bar Codes To See Product Reviews

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Consumr is a clever new app that lets shoppers find product reviews by scanning an item's barcode. Even better, it might help them save money.  On the mobile site, items are ranked from one to five stars, and users sound off on every aspect of a product from its flavor...
This Nifty App Lets Consumers Scan Bar Codes To See Product Reviews

How to not be a jerk on the Internet

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I've been a technology blogger for more than six years--four of them right here at PC World. And in that time I've developed a pretty thick skin. I've had to, because I'm often on the receiving end of incredibly mean, nasty, and insulting emails and post comments. This is...
How to not be a jerk on the Internet
Review: LandingZone's Secure MacBook Air dock - adds Kensington Lock, Ethernet, USB ports in seconds

Google lobs antitrust complaint against Microsoft, Nokia in EU, claims they're playing patent footsie

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The gloves just came off at Google: the company has just filed an antitrust complaint with the European Commission against Microsoft and Nokia. Its gripe accuses the two Windows Phone partners of playing dirty pool through handing 1,200 wireless-related patents to Mosaid, a Canadian firm which spends most of...
Google lobs antitrust complaint against Microsoft, Nokia in EU, claims they're playing patent footsie

7% of U.S. Consumers "Very Likely" to Buy an iPad

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According to some analysts, Apple is now selling more iPads than Macs. Judging from the latest survey data from ChangeWave Research, the demand for Apple's tablets in the U.S. will only continue to grow. About 7% of all respondents to ChangeWave's survey said that they were "very likely" to buy...
7% of U.S. Consumers "Very Likely" to Buy an iPad

Hands-on with Kyocera Rise, an Android 4.0 smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard (video)

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Kyocera is looking to regain a foothold in the US smartphone market, and curiously enough, it's doing so by catering to niche audiences. First we saw the Hydro, a waterproof handset, and alongside it is the Rise, which features a sliding QWERTY keyboard. Both phones are built for CDMA...
Hands-on with Kyocera Rise, an Android 4.0 smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard (video)

Greg Bond: Gmail Launches Sneak Peek And Nested Labels. You’ll Want To Check These Out Right Now.

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Greg Bond: Gmail Launches Sneak Peek And Nested Labels. You’ll Want To Check These Out Right Now.
Struggling to hire developers? Maybe it's your fault.

The Cheapest Solution To Apple's Obnoxious iPhone 5 Connector Problem (AAPL, AMZN)

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Apple has changed the connector on its newest iPhone, rendering all of your old power cords and iPhone accessories obsolete unless you buy Apple's $30 adapter. Lots of people are complaining about this problem, and, even if Apple was smart to switch connector technologies, we think they have a legitimate...
The Cheapest Solution To Apple's Obnoxious iPhone 5 Connector Problem (AAPL, AMZN)
5 crucial questions to ask before hiring a startup lawyer
Stupid, Stupid xBox!!

There's No Such Thing as a "Datasexual"

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You can't work in the tech industry without suffering buzzwords and marketing speak. But for anyone with an interest in big data, the term "datasexual" goes well past buzzword territory to wandering in the weeds of silliness. The attempt to coin the term comes from Dominic Basulto, who wrote...
There's No Such Thing as a "Datasexual"

The uncomfortable difference between being a founder and an employer

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It’s a common gripe about tech blogs: They spend so much time focusing launches and exits that they don’t write much about the stuff in between. And that stuff is exactly where companies are made or broken. We’re guilty of this too. Which is why we’re following up our previous...
The uncomfortable difference between being a founder and an employer

Gmail iOS app gets push notification

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Google has finally delivered push notification to its iOS app, addressing one major gripe among its users. [Read more]...
Gmail iOS app gets push notification

Xbox co-founder: "The last five years have been painful to watch"

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One of the engineers in charge of Microsoft's original Xbox development team has blogged about the mistakes he feel the console is making - it's incendiary stuffPossibly the last thing you want as a console manufacturer, at the very dawn of a new hardware generation, is to have an ex-staff...
Xbox co-founder: "The last five years have been painful to watch"

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean proven carrying rough but working code for multi-user support (video)

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If there's ever been a persistent gripe among families sharing mobile devices, it's been the absence of multiple user profiles -- hand that iPad or Nexus 7 to Junior and you may have to play a spot-the-differences game when it comes back. Some long overdue testing of previously found...
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean proven carrying rough but working code for multi-user support (video)

Tangibot manufactures ethics controversy by replicating open-source Makerbot 3D printer

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A Kickstarter entry has managed to stir the fairness pot by touting a MakerBot Replicator clone called TangiBot -- legally copied from the original 3D printer's open source plans. The project's creator, Matt Strong, says that the device will offer "the same performance and features at a roughly 33...
Tangibot manufactures ethics controversy by replicating open-source Makerbot 3D printer
Don't start a band: why everyone should be making video games
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