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LG's public image problem: It doesn't have one

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Will the Optimus G succeed where past phones have failed? LG is promising one of the biggest TV marketing campaigns the mobile industry has seen this year. [Read more]...
LG's public image problem: It doesn't have one
Bing It On: Microsoft Claims 2:1 Users Prefer Bing's Search Results Over Google's In Blind Test
The DeanBeat: “Evil” Zynga learns that old labels can come back to haunt you

‘Girls Who Code’ Seeks to Train Women for Tech Fields

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A shortage of female workers in science and engineering has long posed an image problem for Silicon Valley. Now a one-time congressional candidate is trying to make a difference....
‘Girls Who Code’ Seeks to Train Women for Tech Fields

Today in Tech: Zynga launches independent gaming network

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Fortune’s curated selection of tech stories from the last 24 hours. Sign up to get the round-up delivered to you each and every day. “I’m no piracy king.” — Kim Dotcom, Megaupload’s arrested founder. (3 News) Zynga.com * Zynga (ZNGA) is launching Zynga.com (codenamed “Project Z”), an independent game-focuseed social network that will allow users to...
Today in Tech: Zynga launches independent gaming network

Countering the Google Plus Image Problem

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Trying to counter assertions that its Google Plus social network is getting a sparse audience, Google has released some numbers on use and advertising. But the picture is a bit blurry....
Countering the Google Plus Image Problem

On the road: Lexus GS450h - car review

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The Lexus GS 450h suffers from an image problem, and not just because its eco credentials aren't quite as great as they seem. It used to be David Cameron's car of choiceSome cars are inextricably linked to the people who drive or drove them. I'm thinking about the Porsche 550...
On the road: Lexus GS450h - car review

A Spotify equivalent for audiobooks? Bring it on...

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Though it's currently limited to financial titles, a new streaming service could soon challenge Amazon's AudibleThe best thing about Bardowl, touted as a Spotify for audiobooks, is its name. Partly because it lets them have a cute animal logo but mostly because the press pack reveals it was dreamt up...
A Spotify equivalent for audiobooks? Bring it on...
Wood 2.0: mass timber and the tall buildings of tomorrow
Google’s image problem with Google+: Google 2.0 to blame?

Intel Spares No Expense In New Ultrabook Ads

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Intel hasn’t launched a really big ad campaign since 2003, when it was promoting a brand called Centrino that helped popularize wireless networking. But the chip giant is not holding back in hawking Ultrabooks, another portable category Intel thinks is just as important. Intel A scene from Intel’s “Desperado” spot....
Intel Spares No Expense In New Ultrabook Ads
An Interview With The Man Who Is Trying To Bring Big, Native Ads To Mobile
Why Google needs to fix Android’s image problem

Facebook Claims on Policy Change Vote Turnout Stir Image Problem

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Users have been complaining loudly that notice wasn't displayed on the main page of the site and they also criticized the one-week voting period as being inadequate....
Facebook Claims on Policy Change Vote Turnout Stir Image Problem

Android’s image problem could mean huge success for Windows Phone

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If you’ve been following along while Google and Oracle go head to head in the debate over Java’s use in the Android operating system, chances are that your head is spinning by now. Heck, it’s my job to have a working understanding of what’s going on in cases such as...
Android’s image problem could mean huge success for Windows Phone

uTorrent Makers Distance Themselves From Piracy

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BitTorrent Inc. has an image problem, or at least that’s what some people appear to believe. Today the San Francisco company launched a website to answer the question of whether or not BitTorrent equals piracy. “We hear this question all the time,” BitTorrent Inc. CEO Eric Klinker explains. “We hear...
uTorrent Makers Distance Themselves From Piracy
RepairPal gets $13M to pair you with the right mechanic

Foxconn Profit Down As Scrutiny Forces Corporate Changes

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Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Foxconn saw its profits fall to $509 million from $1.19 billion last quarter. Chairman Terry Gou said this quarter was particularly affected by Foxconn’s recent image problem. Improvements in wages, worker benefits, and education accounted for some of the loss although new iPad and iPhone 4S manufacturing...
Foxconn Profit Down As Scrutiny Forces Corporate Changes
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Drones

Yahoo chief executive resigns, company adds new board members

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Yahoo chief executive Scott Thompson resigned Sunday, amid ongoing questions about his academic credentials. His decision follows more than a week of controversy that leaves Yahoo with a new interim chief executive, three new board members from Yahoo’s largest outside investor, a new board chairman and a serious public image...
Yahoo chief executive resigns, company adds new board members

China's Huawei faces image problem as it mulls IPO

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Chinese telecommunications equipment maker Huawei has contacted investment banks about a possible IPO, according to The Wall Street Journal and its sources. The company is apparently seeking advice on where to go public and the steps it would need to take in order to comply with the relevant disclosure requirements...
China's Huawei faces image problem as it mulls IPO

Google+ "Activity"

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Google+ "Activity": Following the skepticism about Google+ usage, Google decided to give some numbers to The New York Times. Reports Nick Bilton: In response to the public perception of Google Plus, the company said it has decided to share some of the user numbers for Google Plus. On a daily...
Google+ "Activity"

Sexier electric vehicles - without the range anxiety | Corrinne Burns

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This year's IET Christmas Lecture reveals how a team at Imperial College designed an electric car fit for one of the toughest motoring challengesElectric cars still have something of an image problem. Aside from questions about whether they are as green as their manufacturers claim, for many motorists there is...
Sexier electric vehicles - without the range anxiety | Corrinne Burns
Austin’s Warped Center of Gravity

Toshiba Kirabook review: Toshiba tries to reinvent itself with a flagship Ultrabook

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More Info Toshiba's Kirabook rocks a 2,560 x 1,440 display, arrives May 12th starting at $1,600 Toshiba Kirabook hands-on Chromebook Pixel review It's not like Toshiba is new to laptops -- it's been making them for decades -- but for whatever reason, consumers don't seem to trust the company...
Toshiba Kirabook review: Toshiba tries to reinvent itself with a flagship Ultrabook

Review: Linux Live USB Creator makes it easier to install Linux

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There used to be a time when Microsoft Windows ruled the operating system world. But in recent years, the free and open source Linux operating system has taken a big bite out of Windows' dominance. But Linux has always had an image problem of seeming too difficult and unwieldy...
Review: Linux Live USB Creator makes it easier to install Linux

For the last time, let’s all say it together: “Google+ is NOT a Social Network”

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How well or how poorly Google+ is doing has become quite a hot topic in tech news. It’s easy to talk about because most people lump the product into the category of “social network”, which is a phrase that we automatically tie to Facebook. Rightfully so, and not just because...
For the last time, let’s all say it together: “Google+ is NOT a Social Network”

Facing Regulatory Heat, GREE Apologizes, Issues Refunds After Over-Charging Minors

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About a year after it faced regulatory scrutiny for certain kinds of game mechanics, GREE said today that it accidentally overcharged minors in some of its free-to-play games. The Japanese gaming company, which has a market cap of $3.8 billion, said it charged several hundred minors more than the legal...
Facing Regulatory Heat, GREE Apologizes, Issues Refunds After Over-Charging Minors

Huawei gives Australia peeks at its network hardware and code to regain trust

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Huawei has had an image problem lately among countries skittish about trusting a Chinese telecom giant with the backbone of networks that its home government might like to snoop. The company's Australian chairman John Lord thinks that's just paranoia, and he's planning radical transparency in the country to recover...
Huawei gives Australia peeks at its network hardware and code to regain trust
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