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Netflix, Warner deal brings content to Canada

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Netflix and Warner Bros. announced today an exclusive licensing agreement that will bring some Warner Bros. serialized dramas and feature films o Netflix customers in Canada. The deal will bring content such as The Vampire Diaries, Pretty Little Liars, and more to Canadian streaming customers. More titles, such as The...
Netflix, Warner deal brings content to Canada

Max Payne 3: Worth the hangover?

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It's been almost nine years since the last Max Payne game, is "3" worth the wait? [Read more]...
Max Payne 3: Worth the hangover?

Attack on Telenor was part of large cyberespionage operation with Indian origins, report says

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A recent intrusion on the computer network of Norwegian telecommunications company Telenor was the result of a large cyberespionage operation of Indian origin that for the past few years has targeted business, government and political organizations from different countries, according to researchers from security firm Norman Shark.Researchers from Norman...
Attack on Telenor was part of large cyberespionage operation with Indian origins, report says

Boot up: netbook chowder, tablet truths, comment stats, ZTE's newest and more

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Plus Chinese iPad mini demand, use Android on the Mac?, why The Next Web discontinued its Android mag, the big data hype and moreA Happy New Year burst of 10 links for you to celebrate your hangover with, as picked by the Technology teamTablet Market Update: December 2012 >> Chitika...
Boot up: netbook chowder, tablet truths, comment stats, ZTE's newest and more

Ferris Bueller Is Back For The Super Bowl, But Not As You Might Expect (VIDEO)

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A couple weeks ago, a quick teaser video emerged on the web and many thought that all signs pointed to the sequel to the classic movie Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. The teaser video simply had Ferris Bueller star, Matthew Broderick emerge from behind a curtain and hint “how could...
Ferris Bueller Is Back For The Super Bowl, But Not As You Might Expect (VIDEO)

iPad danger: app v. web, consumer v. creator

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I tweeted earlier that after having slept with her (Ms. iPad), I woke up with morning-after regrets. She’s sweet and pretty but shallow and vapid. Cute line, appropriate for retweets. But as my hangover settles in, I realize that there’s something much more basic and profound that worries me about...
iPad danger: app v. web, consumer v. creator
FAKE GRIMLOCK GO ON RAMPAGE AT CES (interview)
A Juicey Hands-On With The Facebook Omni-Gift Card

Tech to get you home safe on New Year's Eve

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Already nervous about getting home safe on the busiest night of the  year, New Year’s Eve? If you decide to forgo a traditional taxi cab, there are myriad options to choose from. But be warned, many of these novel ride-sharing services have already issued warnings that prices will be...
Tech to get you home safe on New Year's Eve

AbsolutData spreads gospel of Big Data around the world

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Big Data company AbsolutData received $20 million from Fidelity Growth Partners India. AbsolutData provides data analytics to companies around the world. While most businesses (and journalists) operating in technology hubs cannot escape the growing empire of Big Data, it is still a new concept in other parts of the world....
AbsolutData spreads gospel of Big Data around the world

Heineken launches The Hangover-style online reality TV series

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Beer brand's 'social experiment' will record people's reactions when they are dropped into bizarre, unpredictable situationsHeineken is to launch an online TV series following the trials and tribulations of men dropped into bizarre situations, in a "social experiment" giving a nod to The Hangover film franchise.The online series, Dropped, is...
Heineken launches The Hangover-style online reality TV series
Happy new year! Here are some tips to help you avoid dumping your resolutions before February

#CowboyTodd Conclusions

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Time to recap the #CowboyTodd campaign and announce our (so-called) winners! First off, the Cowboy had a grand ol’ time in Austin.  My thanks to all who risked ridicule by carting him around, keeping him company, explaining his presence, etc.  My thanks as well to those who tweeted about him,...
#CowboyTodd Conclusions

Inhabitat's Week in Green: Dyson Spheres, bladeless wind turbines and airless bike tires

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Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green. Over at Inhabitat, the election hangover is finally starting to wear off, and we've been looking forward to see what President Obama's re-election could...
Inhabitat's Week in Green: Dyson Spheres, bladeless wind turbines and airless bike tires

My world is complete: you can now send beer over Twitter

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I once joked that my job consisted of getting paid to ‘goof off online all day and drink beer.’ My boss agrees. But look, there are times of salad, and there are times of famine, but there is never a time in which cold suds are amiss. Never. Period. That in...
My world is complete: you can now send beer over Twitter

FCC treading lightly after LightSquared debacle

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The Federal Communications Commission’s decision to yank its support for satellite firm LightSquared all but ends that company’s effort to launch mobile services, analysts say. Now comes the hangover. FCC officials say they still have faith that satellite technology can be used to create wireless networks rivaling those of AT&T...
FCC treading lightly after LightSquared debacle

The end of the tech stock party

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Despite the uncertainty, this much is clear: We won't soon see a run in tech stocks like the one that just petered out. Break out the orange juice and aspirin: Wall Street's tech party is officially in hangover mode. Investors don't have to look far to see the signs. Apple...
The end of the tech stock party

CES Lost and Found: A Hot Spot for Hotspots and Lost Teeth

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There was no real reason for me to stop by the CES Lost and Found this year: No lost chargers, laptops, jewelry — nothing. My smartphone was stuck to me all week like another appendage, my heavy DSLR hung in front of me like a baby in a snuggly. But...
CES Lost and Found: A Hot Spot for Hotspots and Lost Teeth

Do Groupon And LivingSocial Do More Harm Than Good?

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The Groupon hangover is setting in, and providers and retailers alike are looking for a Bloody Mary. Would you buy a $5-for-$10-at-Lioni-Italian-Heroes coupon from this man? Groupon CEO Andrew Mason wants to know. | Photo by Saverio Truglia A year ago, the calculus of a daily deal seemed simple: A...
Do Groupon And LivingSocial Do More Harm Than Good?
This James Franco Samsung Ad Is Indescribable
There's high trust in clean power despite the negative headlines
$1,000 Rent, Tax Credits, And "Shrimp Busters": Why You Should Start Your Startup In Shreveport

Louis Vuitton Touts Basketball Trademark Victory In Similar Lawsuit Against Warner Bros.

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We recently wrote about the terrible ruling in which a district court said Hyundai had diluted Louis Vuitton's trademarks with a one-second clip of a mock LV basketball in a commercial. Now THR reports that Louis Vuitton has included that ruling as part of a new filing in another ongoing...
Louis Vuitton Touts Basketball Trademark Victory In Similar Lawsuit Against Warner Bros.

YesterdayMe: A Site That Tracks Yesterday’s Alcohol Consumption

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Every few days something really amazing dumps over the transom here at TC HQ. Today it was YesterdayMe.ru. Built by Vladimir V. Tuporshin and partner, Ilja Razinkov, the site essentially allows you to enter yesterday’s alcohol consumption. Why? Because, that’s why. While the Russians are known for their heavy-duty drinking...
YesterdayMe: A Site That Tracks Yesterday’s Alcohol Consumption

Developers: Don’t Push Any Updates to the App Store Right Now, Cause It’s Apparently Busted

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Basically. (Photo: flickr.com/cameronparkins) We leave the Internet for 24 hours, and this happens: Something is seriously wrong with Apple’s app store. As in, if you updated Instapaper or Angry Birds Space HD Free yesterday, there’s a good chance it just crashed upon launch. Users are having to perform clean installs, while...
Developers: Don’t Push Any Updates to the App Store Right Now, Cause It’s Apparently Busted

This 92-Year-Old WWII Vet is Hollywood’s Most Reviled Bootlegger

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(sunnewsnetwork.blogspot.com) When we think of bootleggers, most of us conjure images of shadowy Megaupload fanatics, or the shady characters lining Canal Street with their suitcases full of misspelled DVDs. Probably the absolute last person to come to mind would be a 92-year-old Jewish WWII vet from Long Island, but that's...
This 92-Year-Old WWII Vet is Hollywood’s Most Reviled Bootlegger

Area Journalist Partying Too Hard

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I’m obviously not getting invited to the right parties, because the Silicon Valley I know and love bears no resemblance to the “obscene” picture painted by the NY Times Nick Bilton in his article earlier today. The money here is obscene. The newly minted rich are obsessed with outperforming their...
Area Journalist Partying Too Hard

Ferris Bueller Is Back, and He's Driving a Honda Mom-Wagon (Video)

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The Honda 2012 CR-V isn’t quite the same vehicle as the 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California. But Matthew Broderick — a.k.a. Ferris Bueller — is bringing back his high-school-truant charm in a Super Bowl ad for the car company. The commercial was originally supposed to be kept under wraps until...
Ferris Bueller Is Back, and He's Driving a Honda Mom-Wagon (Video)

ANDREESSEN: There Are No Exciting Tech IPOs Coming -- Because We've Ruined The Public Markets

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Don't expect a game changing tech initial public offering anytime soon. Private tech companies are steering clear of going public as long as they can manage, said Marc Andreessen, the co-founder of the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, on CNBC's "Closing Bell" Monday. "When you say what's the next big IPO, the brutal...
ANDREESSEN: There Are No Exciting Tech IPOs Coming -- Because We've Ruined The Public Markets

The defenestration of Andrew Mason

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Andrew Mason has his own kind of panache. Not the epic, Steve Jobs panache. Or the eclectic, Barry Diller panache. Or even the oafish, Steve B allmer panache. But as a CEO of one of the fastest-growing startups in history, he had the small-scale, misfit quirkiness of an indie...
The defenestration of Andrew Mason
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