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Sony's stacked Exmor RS phone camera sensors detuned over quality worries

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Sony would still like you to get excited about its upcoming Exmor RS stacked CMOS image sensors -- just not too excited. Both the 8-megapixel IMX134 and 13-megapixel IMX135 are scaling back from their original RGBW (red, green, blue, white) coding to an ordinary RGB over concerns that they...
Sony's stacked Exmor RS phone camera sensors detuned over quality worries
Attention lady hackers: Code Fellows debuts women-only bootcamp, guarantees $60K salary

The Real Reason Why Time Warner Cable Should Be Scared Of Google Fiber (GOOG)

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Google formally announced its plans and pricing for Google Fiber, its zippy Internet and TV service, today in Kansas City. (It's only available in Kansas City for now, so don't get too excited.) Google Fiber has two different paid plans, but what really intrigues us is the plan that gives you...
The Real Reason Why Time Warner Cable Should Be Scared Of Google Fiber (GOOG)

Cash In Your Old Blackberry At uSell.com

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This post is sponsored by uSell, a price-comparison website that helps you find the best price when it's time to sell your BlackBerry, smartphones, and other used electronics. Find reputable buyers for your used devices on uSell. #sellblackberry If you're a BlackBerry user, you're no doubt looking forward to the...
Cash In Your Old Blackberry At uSell.com

With 9M pre-orders, Galaxy S III could play hard to get

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After waiting for Samsung to debut the highly anticipated Galaxy S III handset, it’s possible you could be waiting some more. The Mobile Business Briefing blog notes that Samsung already has 9 million pre-orders for the new smartphone. That figure comes from a report on Friday from the Korean Economic...
With 9M pre-orders, Galaxy S III could play hard to get
Bizzaro New 'Online Cemetery' Kind of Makes Us Want to Cry

Apple publishes anti-trust decision over AppleCare from Italian authorities, must alter warranties by March

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We told you in December that Apple was being fined $1.2 million by Italian anti-trust authorities for “misleading consumers” with AppleCare warranties. At the time, the Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato claimed Apple was failing to properly inform consumers of a two-year guarantee mandatory by Italian Consumer...
Apple publishes anti-trust decision over AppleCare from Italian authorities, must alter warranties by March

RIM announces free BlackBerry 10 app submissions, guarantees you'll earn $10k if you make $1k

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Research In Motion today announced its plan to get developers thinking about BlackBerry 10 apps. The company is pushing two strategies: Built for BlackBerry and the $10K Developer Commitment. The Built for BlackBerry program, which coming this fall, allows you to submit BlackBerry 10 WebWorks and BlackBerry 10 Native apps...
RIM announces free BlackBerry 10 app submissions, guarantees you'll earn $10k if you make $1k

Singapore Creates 'IP Steering Committee' Without A Single Representative For The Public's Interest

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This keeps happening. Governments forget that the purpose of intellectual property law is to provide the best net value to the public, instead of thinking that it's just to help "industry," on the incorrect assumption that this must benefit the public in the long run. Han alerts us to the...
Singapore Creates 'IP Steering Committee' Without A Single Representative For The Public's Interest
ZTE's Grand idea: Stock Android (please catch on!)

RIM guarantees developers $10,000 earnings in first year

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At its currently ongoing BlackBerry World 2012 conference, RIM revealed a guarantee for developers as a motivation to get them to create apps for its upcoming BlackBerry 10 OS. According to Engadget, the Canadian smartphone maker will make up the difference between $10,000 and the money a certified app made...
RIM guarantees developers $10,000 earnings in first year
Facebook testing Timeline tweak with better member snapshots

The One Thing You Must Do Before Traveling Abroad With Your iPad

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If you're planning on traveling abroad with your iPad, removing the SIM card from your tablet guarantees you won't be charged ludicrous roaming fees. Whether you're traveling abroad or looking to sell your iPad, watch our quick instructional video below to find out how you can remove the SIM card...
The One Thing You Must Do Before Traveling Abroad With Your iPad

Snapchat's Android video messaging feature sheds its beta tag, now available on Google Play

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Ten days after it first launched in private beta, Snapchat’s new Android video messaging feature has today emerged from testing and has gone live on Google Play, along with a few other improvements. In keeping with Snapchat’s self-combusting style, Android-toting Snapchatters can now add video to the range of messages that...
Snapchat's Android video messaging feature sheds its beta tag, now available on Google Play
RIM says it has the apps it needs for successful BlackBerry 10 launch
Google passes Microsoft in market valuation, sits far behind Apple as second-most valuable tech company

McLaren to supply EV groundwork for Formula E cars, take pro racing electric

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McLaren isn't a brand that most anyone would associate with eco-friendly motoring. That very nearly makes it a surprise to see the supercar builder throw itself wholeheartedly into performance EVs with a new deal for Formula E racing: it's supplying all the motors, electronics and transmissions for Spark Racing...
McLaren to supply EV groundwork for Formula E cars, take pro racing electric
Refurbished IT: A Cost-Efficient, Green Approach To Big Data

Review: Logitech UE Air Speaker

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If maybe a little more slowly than Apple would like, AirPlay is becoming a staple of the wireless speaker market for iOS devices. The technology has a few advantages: Wi-Fi streaming allows for higher-quality audio than Bluetooth, in theory, and its integration into iOS and iTunes guarantees widespread support of...
Review: Logitech UE Air Speaker

How Not To Innovate: Trying To Create An Exact Replica Of Another Service

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We've talked in the past about the importance of copying what other companies do as a business strategy (and just how common it is throughout history, despite the pejorative terms associated with it). But one of the key factors in making "copying" a successful strategy is in knowing how to...
How Not To Innovate: Trying To Create An Exact Replica Of Another Service

OmniVision's 12.7-megapixel OV12830 can shoot 24 fps photo bursts from your smartphone

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OmniVision has been on a bit of a tear introducing new mobile camera sensors this week, and its newest could well have the biggest impact on smartphones in the next year. The OV12830's 12.7 megapixels don't make it as dense as the 16-megapixel sensors we've seen, but it makes...
OmniVision's 12.7-megapixel OV12830 can shoot 24 fps photo bursts from your smartphone

Quirky’s 23-year-old CEO finds love with the supply chain

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Ben Kaufman is known as the guy behind Mophie, the Burlington, Vermont-based iPhone accessory maker that claimed $1 million in revenue in 2006. But as he learned more and more from firsthand visits to outsourced manufacturers in China, Kaufman realized that he didn’t have to design the products himself. Instead,...
Quirky’s 23-year-old CEO finds love with the supply chain

What’s Your Referability Factor

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Note: I haven’t done a guest post in well over a year, but John Jantsch is a good friend, a fellow Third Triber, and his ideas are 100% spot on. I hope you enjoy! The content from this guest post appears in complete form in the new book from best-selling...
What’s Your Referability Factor

OK, I now have 45 public playlists on Spotify profile. I make no guarantees that any are good. http://bit.ly/d0Bmu0

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OK, I now have 45 public playlists on Spotify profile. I make no guarantees that any are good. http://bit.ly/d0Bmu0
Consumer groups in 10 more EU countries seeking alterations to AppleCare

Wikitravel And Wikimedia Are In A Legal Battle... But Not Over Creative Commons

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Late last week, a bunch of folks passed along an interesting blog post by David Gerard about a legal dispute between the company Internet Brands and the Wikimedia Foundation (the folks behind Wikipedia). By Gerard's account, Internet Brands -- a company that runs a bunch of content sites, including Wikitravel.org,...
Wikitravel And Wikimedia Are In A Legal Battle... But Not Over Creative Commons

Yahoo and Google strengthen ties as Microsoft looks on

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Yahoo and Google this afternoon announced an agreement to put ads from Google’s AdSense and AdMob systems on Yahoo sites. It’s a non-exclusive deal, but it’s also a clear sign that Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is willing and able to do business with her former colleagues at Google. What does...
Yahoo and Google strengthen ties as Microsoft looks on

SNES-001 Advance gives two retro gamers a screen to play, guarantees no fights for TV time (video)

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There's been no shortage of SNES mods with built-in screens. They almost always tend to overlook one fundamental problem, however: with only one screen, gamers have to either share one tiny LCD or play solo, and neither option will make that Street Fighter II nostalgia trip a pleasant one....
SNES-001 Advance gives two retro gamers a screen to play, guarantees no fights for TV time (video)

Power through schedules with 21 Google Calendar tricks

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Maybe you charge through your plans with Patton-like precision, planning everything down to the minute. Or, like Marilyn Monroe, perhaps you've "been on a calendar, but never on time." It really doesn't matter which approach you take--Google Calendar can fit your style. The service is accessible wherever you go, and...
Power through schedules with 21 Google Calendar tricks

The Best SLA Ever

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You no doubt are somewhat cynical about service level agreements (SLAs), those little-reviewed documents that promise the level of service from your hosting provider. Little-read that is, until something goes awry. Enter SingleHop, a Chicago-based provider that is trying to make a name for itself by actually delivering a solid...
The Best SLA Ever
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