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The Future According to Eric Schmidt
Nextdoor, the social network for neighbors, raises $18.6 million to help Americans stop bowling alone

Microsoft talks Windows 8 SKUs: Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro, and "Windows RT" for ARM

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Microsoft has announced the main Windows 8 product line-up. There will be two retail editions for Intel-compatible processors (both 32- and 64-bit), Windows 8 and Windows 8 Pro; a third edition for ARM processors, Windows RT; an enterprise edition, Windows 8 Enterprise, for volume license customers; and finally, some...
Microsoft talks Windows 8 SKUs: Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro, and "Windows RT" for ARM
Intel unleashes dual-core Ivy Bridge chips, updated ultrabooks incoming
How the iPhone can stop Facebook from dominating mobile

Klout's Dramatic Relaunch: Can an Emphasis on Content Make People Care about Scores?

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Joe Fernandez — with a perma-grin, hands humbly tucked in his jean pockets, and a nervous laugh if he edges towards saying something controversial– does not come across as a guy comfortable with pissing people off. But his company, Klout, has done just that pretty much since inception. He didn’t...
Klout's Dramatic Relaunch: Can an Emphasis on Content Make People Care about Scores?

Oracle to certify its software for use on Microsoft's Azure cloud, Hyper-V

www.pcworld.com
Oracle and Microsoft have announced a partnership that will see Oracle's database, application server, Java programming language and other products find a home inside Microsoft's Azure cloud service.The deal, which will also provide Oracle support for Microsoft's Windows Server Hyper-V virtualization platform, is a "great example of partnering to...
Oracle to certify its software for use on Microsoft's Azure cloud, Hyper-V

Microsoft Win Server to get pushed off OpenStack Linux cloud?

www.theregister.co.uk
Hyper-V support a 'useless feature' Windows servers could face problems running clouds built on OpenStack if the Linux-for-the-cloud project follows the suggestion of one lead developer.…...
Microsoft Win Server to get pushed off OpenStack Linux cloud?

Suicide Girls Founder Sean Suhl Wants to Help You Date (And Maybe Make a Baby)

betabeat.com
According to Suicide Girls founder Sean Suhl, the mobile efforts of online dating services fall into two broad categories. “We felt like sites like eHarmony or OKCupid are trying to take their computer-based dating products to mobile, and wind up comprising on the mobile experience,” Mr. Suhl told Betabeat. “On...
Suicide Girls Founder Sean Suhl Wants to Help You Date (And Maybe Make a Baby)

SocialWire Gets $2M From First Round Capital And Others To Be A One-Two Punch For Facebook Ads

techcrunch.com
With $2 million in seed capital from First Round Capital, Dave McClure, Joi Ito, Ariel Poler and Brian Sugar, SocialWire wants advertisers to hyper-optimize their Facebook ads experience. With SocialWire, brands can get users to organically share a story on Facebook’s Open Graph, and then use Facebook Sponsored Stories to promote that...
SocialWire Gets $2M From First Round Capital And Others To Be A One-Two Punch For Facebook Ads

Intel reveals Quad-Core, LTE-capable Medfield chips are on the way

www.engadget.com
Intel's curious decision to shun the US and release Medfield-powered smartphones in India, China, Russia and the UK might be because of those countries' underdeveloped levels of LTE. Marketing chief Sumeet Syal told TechCrunch that its current-generation x86 system-on-chip won't support the standard, but a capable version will arrive...
Intel reveals Quad-Core, LTE-capable Medfield chips are on the way

What To Expect From Facebook's Shiny New News Feed On March 7

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News Feed, one of the three so-called "pillars" of Facebook alongside Timeline and Graph Search, is the bustling epicenter of the social network - and it's overdue for an overhaul. In a press invite Friday, Facebook invited us to "Come see a new look for News Feed" on the morning...
What To Expect From Facebook's Shiny New News Feed On March 7

Bioshock Infinite: Something's amiss in Columbia

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Not much has been said about Bioshock Infinite since its original unveiling at E3 2011. In fact, we haven't really heard or seen anything beyond continued delays. That trend was finally broken last week in Los Angeles as I got hands-on time with the first three hours of the...
Bioshock Infinite: Something's amiss in Columbia

5 excellent uses of Windows 8 Hyper-V

www.infoworld.com
Buried under all of the clamor and kvetching about Windows 8's most obvious features--Metro! Metro apps!--is a new addition that hasn't made a lot of headlines: Windows 8's new Hyper-V-powered virtualization functionality. Oddly, most people don't seem to know Hyper-V even exists in Windows 8, let alone what it's...
5 excellent uses of Windows 8 Hyper-V

Microsoft hopes to lure users away from VMware with new migration tool

www.computerworld.com
Microsoft's free Virtual Machine Converter (MVMC) tool is now available for download. The tool is used to convert virtual machines that today run on VMware products into a format compatible with Microsoft's own virtualization environment, Hyper-V, the company said in a blog post on Thursday....
Microsoft hopes to lure users away from VMware with new migration tool
Startups | Even Apple Would Love This Dramatic Industrial Demo

Orange San Diego: Intel brings the x86 vs. ARM smartphone war to Europe

www.extremetech.com
After months of being teased by the China-only Lenovo K800 and the India-only Xolo X900, the Western world is finally getting a piece of the Intel Atom-powered Android smartphone action: The Orange San Diego (previously codenamed Santa Clara) will launch in the UK on June 6 and cost just £199...
Orange San Diego: Intel brings the x86 vs. ARM smartphone war to Europe

Sound off: What can TNW do better?

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Here at TNW we have one goal – to be the world’s technology blog. We’ve done our level best to be a lightning-fast, deadly-accurate source of technology news, with a healthy dose of Internet culture and humor to boot. But we’re not foolish enough to think that our work is...
Sound off: What can TNW do better?

Hyper debuts iUSBport mini, 2 and HD cloud storage and streaming devices (hands-on)

www.engadget.com
When the original iUSBport made its debut at CES last year it was called the CloudFTP. Since then, it changed its name and today it gained some new relatives -- the iUSBport mini, 2 and HD. For those who aren't familiar with the technology, it's battery-powered file server that...
Hyper debuts iUSBport mini, 2 and HD cloud storage and streaming devices (hands-on)

This Is The Dorky Way That Microsoft Is Trying To Get Customers To Ditch VMware (MSFT, VMW)

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Microsoft has got another new ad campaign dissing VMware. This time they pit a fictional character against a real Microsoft's employee for a debate. Microsoft is bringing back their character named Tad -- a guy stuck in the 1970's who is supposed to represent a salesperson for the fictional "VMlimted"...
This Is The Dorky Way That Microsoft Is Trying To Get Customers To Ditch VMware (MSFT, VMW)
First look: Hyper-V 2012 targets VMware's air supply

New Intel Ivy Bridge i5 details leaked in Intel sales book

www.engadget.com
Word on the street is Ivy Bridge has been delayed, but that doesn't mean you have to wait till June to get the low down on some of the shiny new silicon Intel has in store for you. Chipzilla posted a sales book, presumably on accident since it's been...
New Intel Ivy Bridge i5 details leaked in Intel sales book

Intel intros Xeon E5-2600 family, finally ushers servers into the Sandy Bridge era

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On the eve of the release of Ivy Bridge, Intel is finally bringing its server chips up to speed by introducing the Sandy Bridge-based E5-2600 family of CPUs. The company claims its latest processors outperform the previous generation of Xeons by up to 80 percent in raw speed, while improving...
Intel intros Xeon E5-2600 family, finally ushers servers into the Sandy Bridge era

Hands on: CameraMator wireless tether for DSLRs, iOS devices

www.electronista.com
Photography is always a popular theme at the Macworld Expo, where Hyper brought its CameraMator wireless viewfinder for Canon and Nikon DSLRs. MacNN has taken a closer look at the Kickstarter-funded device, which enables users to preview snapshots or trigger the shutter from an iOS or Android device.......
Hands on: CameraMator wireless tether for DSLRs, iOS devices

Top 10 Windows 8 Features #7: Client-side Hyper-V

www.readwriteweb.com
Server-side virtualization is a modern-day fact of life. Today's data centers pool their processing, storage and even network resources to create macrocosmic virtual-machine entities that transcend the boundaries of hardware. We call that "the cloud." With Windows 8, Microsoft extends its server-class hypervisor platform to the desktop. And no,...
Top 10 Windows 8 Features #7: Client-side Hyper-V

VIDEO: Love in the time of social media

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In the age of hyper-connected, always on smartphones, love is often found in unlikely places - and always when we least expect it....
VIDEO: Love in the time of social media

How to Know a Good Fan on Facebook

webworkerdaily.com
It seem that many of us are so focused on our own presences in social networks that there is little talk about what we expect from our friends, fans and followers (FFFs). My own company has been hyper-focused, however, on our clients’ FFFs, particularly “fans” on Facebook. With the sudden...
How to Know a Good Fan on Facebook

How Obama's data scientists built a volunteer army on Facebook

gigaom.com
No matter how good your social media team is, the chances are it’s never done anything like this. Rather than just using Facebook as a channel for posting messages and tracking its followers’ feelings, the Obama for America data science team turned social media into a tool for efficiently recruiting...
How Obama's data scientists built a volunteer army on Facebook

Review: HyperJuice 2 External MacBook and iPad Battery MBP2-100

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Click to view slideshow. (note Hyper is having a Black Friday Sale with savings of up to 50% on all of their products) Talk about good timing. A few days before Sandy hit our town, Hyper sent me its new MacBook + iOS charging external battery device, the Hyperjuice MBP2-100....
Review: HyperJuice 2 External MacBook and iPad Battery MBP2-100
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