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WebRTC plus Social API: Mozilla demoes browser sharing in Firefox like you've never seen it before

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Mozilla on Friday decided to showcase its progress for what I’m simply going to refer to as “browser sharing.” The company is making it possible for Firefox users to video chat, instant message, and share in real-time, all while browsing, as if your friend were in the same room. Late...
WebRTC plus Social API: Mozilla demoes browser sharing in Firefox like you've never seen it before

Automatically save Gmail attachments to Dropbox or another cloud service

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Reader Meg wants to know how she can save her Gmail folders to her Dropbox account. She already tried something called SaveMyInbox, a Web service built expressly for the purpose of saving Gmail attachments to Dropbox, but balked at the $15 annual subscription fee. I'm with you, Meg: I'm...
Automatically save Gmail attachments to Dropbox or another cloud service

Instagram and Facebook: the next tech bubble?

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Facebook has bought the photo-sharing service for $1bn. What does history tell us about the wisdom of such mega-deals?A company with no revenues and barely any staff gets acquired for a billion dollars? It has to be a bubble, doesn't it? So has gone the reaction of many to the...
Instagram and Facebook: the next tech bubble?
The lessons of Virgin Media’s flexible working initiative

VIDEO: Will campus cars be the next big thing?

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Sumi Das takes a ride in an electric-powered buggy which aims to eliminate some of the hassles of local driving....
VIDEO: Will campus cars be the next big thing?

Windows 8: Not for Old-at-Heart PCs

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If you're thinking of upgrading your PC to the new Windows 8, be prepared for hassles and disappointment, especially if the computer is more than a year or two old, says Walt Mossberg....
Windows 8: Not for Old-at-Heart PCs

Two groups to cooperate on high-speed wireless internet standards

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Two wireless internet groups have decided to cooperate on standards, paving the way for consumers to access high-speed wireless networks without compatibility problems. Those next-generation wireless networks will be critical for moving high-definition video around homes using wireless instead of wired networks. The Wi-Fi Alliance, which represents existing wireless...
Two groups to cooperate on high-speed wireless internet standards

Web-based Tool Personal Capital Aids Financial Management

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Minimal account connections hassles, detailed financial information, and the options to speak directly with a financial advisor make this free finance tracking app worth a look....
Web-based Tool Personal Capital Aids Financial Management

Save a Wet Gadget, Salvage a Laptop Hard Disk

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I can think of few hassles as devastating as dropping your cell phone into the sink or letting it take a tumble in the washing machine. These kinds of accidents happen all the time, often with the result of an expensive trip to the store for a replacement. But maybe...
Save a Wet Gadget, Salvage a Laptop Hard Disk
US Government: It's Fine For Us To Print 3D Weapons, Not So Much For Cody Wilson And Defense Distributed

Doodad SIM cards deliver international data on the cheap

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International travel is enough of a hassle without having to worry about insanely high roaming charges, which is exactly what you'll pay if you try to check e-mail, use maps, or pull down some Web pages. A new service called Doodad aims to minimize the hassles and expense of...
Doodad SIM cards deliver international data on the cheap
Long a cloud kingpin, Amazon now fighting back against AWS competition

How Smart Freelance Writers Handle Their #1 Hassle

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The life of a freelance writer is pretty sweet. It’s interesting, challenging work. You meet great people. You have a lot of freedom to organize your work life the way you want it. The pay can be excellent, and you get to make a living doing something you love....
How Smart Freelance Writers Handle Their #1 Hassle

How U.S. sanctions hurt Iranian Internet activists

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In 1997, Bill Clinton signed an executive order creating an electronic embargo against Iran. It's still in effect today -- and causing headaches and hassles for Internet companies. [Read more]...
How U.S. sanctions hurt Iranian Internet activists

Google Buys Simplify Media To Power Music Syncing For New iTunes Competitor

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Google just announced that it bought Simplify Media, a startup that offers software that lets you share your iTunes music across platforms. The software lets you share your photos and music using programs like iTunes, iPhoto and Windows Media player .According to the startup’s site Simplify Media “connects people directly...
Google Buys Simplify Media To Power Music Syncing For New iTunes Competitor

Wi-Fi Passpoint standard could end hotspot sign-on hassles

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The Wi-Fi Alliance will launch a program to simplify the use of Wi-Fi hotspots in July, making it easier for both users and mobile operators to get off strained cellular networks....
Wi-Fi Passpoint standard could end hotspot sign-on hassles

Design beautiful PowerPoint slide decks with Slidevana

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If your slide-deck design skills are anything along the lines of basic, fair, or middling, check out Slidevana. I'm guessing the name derives from "nirvana," which is what the developers are hoping you'll feel once you get a look at the product. Slidevana offers some 150 templates and themes...
Design beautiful PowerPoint slide decks with Slidevana

Get a powerline Ethernet starter kit for $29.99

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That's your out-the-door no-rebate price on this two-adapter kit, which saves you the hassles of running Ethernet cables all through your house. [Read more]...
Get a powerline Ethernet starter kit for $29.99

Get stuff done in the cloud. Go Google.

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You probably hear terms like “the cloud” or “cloud computing” being used a lot these days. While the idea of the cloud may seem abstract, many things you already do on your computer and smartphone today, such as email, photo sharing and video streaming, are made possible by the cloud....
Get stuff done in the cloud. Go Google.

Congress Actually Helping The Internet, Rather Than Mucking It Up?

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We're so used to Congress trying to muck up the internet, that it's rare we hear about cases where they're actually looking to make things better. While the idea has been floating around for a little while, (and the actual bill was introduced back in December when we were focused...
Congress Actually Helping The Internet, Rather Than Mucking It Up?

Speek eases conference calling hassles for Windows Phone

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SpeekSpeek for Windows Phone 8 If that headline sounds familiar, it's because I wrote a similar one back in January about Speek for iOS. It's an app that brings conference-call creation and management to your smartphone. At that time, I'm sure at least some folks were hoping for a...
Speek eases conference calling hassles for Windows Phone
Blue Apron Delivers All The Ingredients You Need To Cook Fresh Meals Every Week
Current Google Wallet customers given $5 on pre-paid cards for all the provisioning hassles

RoomHunt taps Facebook to help you find roommates, launches in beta today starting with San Francisco

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We’ve already taken a look at some of the best apps for home and work from 2012, which helped surface the likes of Lovely, a, erm, lovely iOS app to help you find your dream apartment. Now with 2013 well underway, we’ve just gotten wind of RoomHunt, which is setting...
RoomHunt taps Facebook to help you find roommates, launches in beta today starting with San Francisco

People Behind Uber Want to Do the Same Thing for Private Planes With BlackJet

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BlackJet launches today a way to book seats on other people’s private jets. If it sounds like the black car service Uber for planes, that’s exactly what it is. The company comes from Uber co-founder Garrett Camp, who is leading product development and is the lead investor in a funding...
People Behind Uber Want to Do the Same Thing for Private Planes With BlackJet

Aviary teams up with Filepicker.io to make importing photos ridiculously easy

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NYC-based Aviary, the photo editing API that wants to power every mobile photo app on the planet, has just teamed up with Filepicker.io, the tool that wants to become “the next generation file chooser for the web.” Now, the two have made it extremely easy to integrate both services together into any app, which...
Aviary teams up with Filepicker.io to make importing photos ridiculously easy
New Jersey Startup Incubator TechLaunch Shows Off Its First Batch Of Graduates

NVIDIA demos GRID streaming on OUYA, proves little boxes play big games (video)

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NVIDIA champions GRID as a perfect fit for cloud gaming platforms, but we haven't had much chance to see a good use case in action. The company was more than happy to oblige at E3, however, by streaming games from GRID to an OUYA system. As Android Central caught...
NVIDIA demos GRID streaming on OUYA, proves little boxes play big games (video)

Pennies and dollars

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"Watch the pennies and the dollars will take care of themselves."I'm not sure this is true. In fact, I'm pretty sure that if you watch the dollars, you don't have to worry so much about pennies.Big brands don't sweat the small expenses. They don't hassle about a return, or a...
Pennies and dollars

Mosaic for iPhone lets you build beautiful printed photo books in minutes for the life in-between

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Digitally ordered photo books are a notoriously hard nut to crack. Too many options or not enough options,  layout hassles and concerns about finish end up confusing potential customers and turning them off to the process. Despite the ability to print fairly high quality books and bind them having been...
Mosaic for iPhone lets you build beautiful printed photo books in minutes for the life in-between
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