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GoEuro takes on the challenge of multi-modal European travel

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GoEuro is one of a handful of companies that are trying to make multi-modal travel search – that is, being able to search at once across modes of transport including air, rail, bus and car – a reality. What’s more, like fellow Berlin startup Waymate, GoEuro is trying to accomplish...
GoEuro takes on the challenge of multi-modal European travel

Samsung Smart Tango Corner Clean robotic vacuum hits Flickr ahead of CES launch

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There's no doubt that Samsung's holding its juiciest bits for the stage in Vegas, but the company has been letting a few items slip on by, with an update to its robotic vacuum line representing the latest pre-CES tease. The Smart Tango Corner Clean maintains a traditional circular design,...
Samsung Smart Tango Corner Clean robotic vacuum hits Flickr ahead of CES launch

Engadget gets animated in 'An Engadget Christmas'

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We understand that the holidays can be a tough time of year. And certainly gadget editors aren't immune from the sort of soul-searching melancholia that can come with season's greetings. But as we do with all of life's most difficult questions, we've opted to work things out in the...
Engadget gets animated in 'An Engadget Christmas'

Former Funzio executives return at the helm of Wormhole Games

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Wormhole Games today came out of stealth and revealed it’s already nearing completion of its first mobile title. The company is co-founded by Jamil Moledina and James Kelm, both previously of Funzio. If that name sounds familiar to you, it should: Funzio was acquired by GREE last year for $210 million....
Former Funzio executives return at the helm of Wormhole Games

3 Areas That Get Overlooked When Building Links In A Bubble

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One of the most frustrating things about doing a link campaign is that usually, we’re doing it because no one else wants to, or no one else has the time to. Link building is one of the most outsourced parts of SEM and much of the time, we’re one of...
3 Areas That Get Overlooked When Building Links In A Bubble
Google defies FBI, asks federal judge to challenge 'national security letters'

Facebook targeted by hackers, says no user data compromised

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Facebook said Friday it had been the target of a sophisticated hacking attack but that it had no evidence any user data had been compromised. The attack comes two weeks after Twitter asked 250,000 of its users to reset their passwords after it too was hacked. In the same...
Facebook targeted by hackers, says no user data compromised

Documents by Readdle Rolls Out for iPhone

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Back in January, we brought you news on Readdle’s Documents for iPad, which we called a lean but powerful file-management app, which also enabled document-viewing and media playback. And now this is also available for the smaller-screened form factor of the iPhone and iPod touch. As we noted at the...
Documents by Readdle Rolls Out for iPhone

Appsfire introduces badges to surface the top developers and bestsellers, weed out rogue iOS apps

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Appsfire has rolled out a not-insignificant update to its iOS app today (Android coming soon), which includes badges for the best/worst apps, a new side menu and a handful of new design tweaks. Just a couple of week ago we reported that Appsfire has helped 9 million people with more...
Appsfire introduces badges to surface the top developers and bestsellers, weed out rogue iOS apps

Live blog: Motorola's Woodside and Dugan at D11 conference

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We’re here at the AllThingsD D11 conference where Walt Mossberg is interviewing Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside and SVP Regina Dugan. Catch our live blog below: - Woodside says a handful of new Android phones from company launching within 6 months. - Woodside confirms “hero” phone called “Moto X” will have...
Live blog: Motorola's Woodside and Dugan at D11 conference
What can Python and the New York Times tell us about gender?

Slickdeals' best in tech for March 11th: 60-inch Panasoinic Viera HDTV and Brother HL-2240 laser printer

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Looking to save some coin on your tech purchases? Of course you are! In this round-up, we'll run down a list of the freshest frugal buys, hand-picked with the help of the folks at Slickdeals. You'll want to act fast, though, as many of these offerings won't stick around...
Slickdeals' best in tech for March 11th: 60-inch Panasoinic Viera HDTV and Brother HL-2240 laser printer
Codecademy is letting you pop the hood on Twitter, Gilt, & other sites you actually use
Samsung may debut transparent, protrait-sized TV at CES

THE GLORY DAYS: How Andrew Mason And Groupon Rose To Incredible Heights (GRPN)

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Groupon fired Andrew Mason today. How did such a quirky person end up the CEO of a global company in the first place? We tell that story in here, in an excerpt from Business Insider's 2011 e-Book: "Inside Groupon."  The full story describes the history of Groupon from its meteoric beginnings to its troubled...
THE GLORY DAYS: How Andrew Mason And Groupon Rose To Incredible Heights (GRPN)
5 Changes To Expect In Facebook Home

Wunderlist 2 task app hits Android tablets, comes to iPad soon

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How quickly they grow up: 6Wunderkinder's near-ubiquitous Wunderlist 2 only just reached native app status as 2012 wound to a close, and it's already being optimized for Android tablets. The task management app should now offer its to-do lists and reminders on Google-powered slates of any size, with new...
Wunderlist 2 task app hits Android tablets, comes to iPad soon

iFixit pries open Google's Nexus 4, exposes somewhat stubborn battery

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The warranty-voiders over at iFixit decided to spend their Friday evening tearing into a freshly delivered Nexus 4 and have given us a peek inside Google's smartphone darling. After removing a pair of screws and spending a few minutes prying off the rear cover, the teardown specialists found that...
iFixit pries open Google's Nexus 4, exposes somewhat stubborn battery

Nokia's Lumia 920 Sold Out Many Places Over The Weekend, But There Weren't That Many To Begin With (NOK, T, MSFT)

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Nokia's new flagship phone, the Lumia 920 Windows Phone, went on sale November 9 through AT&T. The stakes are high. Nokia's business is flailing and it needs a monster hit to stay alive. Meanwhile, Microsoft still hasn't found a hero device to to complement its well-reviewed Windows Phone operating system.  But...
Nokia's Lumia 920 Sold Out Many Places Over The Weekend, But There Weren't That Many To Begin With (NOK, T, MSFT)

The PC Industry Is Digging Its Own Grave

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The PC Industry Is Digging Its Own Grave: Roger Kay for Forbes: With Windows 8, Microsoft entirely screwed the pooch. A badly conceived OS, designed to compete with Apple's iOS and yet remain a traditional PC, did neither. It only confused and repelled users. Windows 7, a decent replacement for...
The PC Industry Is Digging Its Own Grave

How to Import Your Tumblr Blog into WordPress

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While Yahoo's acquisition of blogging site Tumblr will make a handful of people very happy, others are not convinced. Here's how to import your posts from Tumblr to WordPress....
How to Import Your Tumblr Blog into WordPress

Disney and AT&T's U-Verse renew vows, expand the relationship

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Disney and AT&T today announced a multi-year extension to their already existing relationship, which brings approximately 70 channels to AT&T's U-Verse cable network. The new "long-term distribution agreement" also adds a handful of new content, including ESPN 3D and a new ABC/Univision collaborative channel aimed at English-dominant and bilingual...
Disney and AT&T's U-Verse renew vows, expand the relationship

iPad Still Leads Tablet Market, But For How Much Longer?

allthingsd.com
The steady onslaught of Android tablets marching to market is winnowing down Apple’s lead in the space. And while the company’s iPad remains wildly popular, its growth is clearly being outpaced by that of its collective archrival (remember, Android tablets far outnumber the handful of iPad models Apple currently offers)....
iPad Still Leads Tablet Market, But For How Much Longer?

Google Reader is dead

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Google is cleaning house. On Wednesday the company announced plans to purge Google Reader, Google Cloud Connect, CalDAV API, Snapseed's desktop versions for Mac and Windows, and a handful of other products and services as part of an effort to focus on its core products. Google Reader will shutter July...
Google Reader is dead

New Republic, Old Pay Wall

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Information wants to be free, but Chris Hughes wants to get paid. So how will the new owner of The New Republic handle that balancing act? The same way lots of other online publications are handling the balancing act: A freemium/paywall model. Hughes’ publication, which relaunched yesterday with a redesigned...
New Republic, Old Pay Wall

Google forces a new Swedish word out of (official) existence

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The Swedish Language Council has nuked a word from its list of new terms for 2012 at Google’s request, according to a report from The Local. As of Tuesday, the council has removed the world ogooglebar (ungoogleable) from its list of new words for the year after Google objected to...
Google forces a new Swedish word out of (official) existence
StadiumVision turns every smartphone at Brooklyn Nets games into a live video scoreboard

No, Spoiled Brooklynites, the G Train Actually Doesn't Suck, Data Nerd Says

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Let’s talk about the G train, aardvark of the New York City subway system, the sole major line that doesn’t reach into Manhattan, and the train that Brooklynites love to hate for being too slow, too short, too often suspended and too little loved by the powers that be. Except,...
No, Spoiled Brooklynites, the G Train Actually Doesn't Suck, Data Nerd Says
Internet Archive starts accepting Bitcoin donations for employee pay

Spotify solves discovery by discovering music ain't so social after all

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The new features announced by music service Spotify on Thursday constitute its biggest and best product upgrade since launch, plugging its worst, most lingering hole with exciting aplomb after several unimpressive attempts. But, whilst the new functionality helps solve Spotify’s music discovery problem with features familiar to “social” platform users...
Spotify solves discovery by discovering music ain't so social after all
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