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Apple Pushing Back Initial iPad Orders in UK as Shipments to US Customers Begin

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We've received word from several customers in the UK who ordered the new iPad immediately after launch that their orders have been delayed by several days. While at least one of these customers was initially quoted delivery for March 16 and another had been quoted a shipping window of March...
Apple Pushing Back Initial iPad Orders in UK as Shipments to US Customers Begin

Did Someone Finally Pull The Plug On Bloglines Or Is It Just Having A Bad Day?

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Bloglines, the troubled RSS feed reader, has been down for the past 24 hours. The outage has even created buzz on Twitter (which goes to show some people still use it). When you visit Bloglines, the site has a message up that says it is down temporarily and will...
Did Someone Finally Pull The Plug On Bloglines Or Is It Just Having A Bad Day?

Chase bank Web site suffers outages after Bank of America site problems

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The online site for Chase Bank was dealing with outages Wednesday, just a day after the consumer site of Bank of America reported similar problems. On the company's official Twitter account, the JP Morgan Chase community relations team said that "Chase.com is experiencing intermittent issues. We're working to restore full...
Chase bank Web site suffers outages after Bank of America site problems

Oops. Motorola Resells Uncleared Xoom Tablets

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Motorola The Motorola Xoom tablet To the list of woes buffeting Motorola Mobility’s little-loved Xoom tablet, add this: the company sold a batch of used ones without first wiping out all the prior owners’ personal data. Motorola Mobility said 100 of about 6,200 it sold through Woot.com from October...
Oops. Motorola Resells Uncleared Xoom Tablets

Med Express Sues Marginally Dissatisfied Customer For Posting Accurate Feedback On eBay

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Here's yet another example of companies using lawsuits to censor speech -- a situation that would be stopped if there was a serious federal anti-SLAPP law in place. Paul Levy shares the incredible story of a company called "Med Express," an Ohio company, who appears to sell various medical equipment...
Med Express Sues Marginally Dissatisfied Customer For Posting Accurate Feedback On eBay

Three UK suffers data outage, customers being brought back online in phases

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The Three data network in the UK has been suffering an outage since late Monday evening. A Three spokesman confirmed to The Next Web that the company began hearing reports of the data-only outage late last night but that it became most apparent when the UK woke up on Tuesday...
Three UK suffers data outage, customers being brought back online in phases
Younity makes its limitless personal cloud service social, unshackling the files stored on all your devices
Dollar Shave Club Goes Beyond Shaving (And Declares Goal To 'Own The Bathroom') With One Wipe Charlies

See How Dow Makes Train Travel Quieter And Smoother

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Rattling trains and bumpy rides are, for millions who commute on them or live near them, a daily inconvenience and a reminder of the turbulence of life. We accept them as givens. Dow doesn't. Its most recent innovations are helping to reduce the vibration and noise of trains. Both...
See How Dow Makes Train Travel Quieter And Smoother
Is gridlock really a sign of economic success?

Taking Online Payments Mainstream [Sponsored Post]

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The first time I got a check for mowing the neighbor's lawn, I was faced with a vexing problem. "What should I do with this slip of paper that I can't directly take to the store?" What an inconvenience to have to go the bank and deposit the check...
Taking Online Payments Mainstream [Sponsored Post]

How safe is your company's Twitter account?

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In light of last week's massive password reset, businesses should shore up their security measures. What do the experts suggest? [cnnmoney-byline src="By Don Sears, contributor"] FORTUNE -- Did Twitter force you to change your password last week? While it may have been an inconvenience to social media managers, the micro-blogging...
How safe is your company's Twitter account?

Virgin Mobile USA restores service, apologizes for the inconvenience

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A dozen or so hours after the carrier came clean with its most recent outage, Virgin Mobile USA service has been restored. Data, texts and calls should be flowing normally now, and the company has stated that those still experiencing issues should "try removing your battery and restarting your device."...
Virgin Mobile USA restores service, apologizes for the inconvenience

Setting aside the smartphone: two weeks with Samsung's Galaxy Camera

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Exploring the world with the hottest cameras and smartphones, I've grown accustomed to drawing discrete glances from curious gadget enthusiasts. In Tokyo, it was Canon's EOS M camera that netted polite peeks. In Hong Kong, it was the Galaxy Note II. From the moment I exposed the striking Galaxy...
Setting aside the smartphone: two weeks with Samsung's Galaxy Camera

The Newest Version of Tibbr Exceeds Expectations

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One year ago Tibbr burst onto the scene with a new way of organizing data for its subscribers.  It took away the mystery of much of the data-world by allowing users to receive information they wished to receive without the inconvenience of searching and sifting through unnecessary information.  Their latest...
The Newest Version of Tibbr Exceeds Expectations

Why It Sucks To Quit Facebook (FB)

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On my 30th birthday, I decided to quit Facebook. Being on the site seemed pointless at the time, but now I'm beginning to question my decision.  It's not because the site has changed drastically (it hasn't) or that I miss snooping on random acquaintances (I don't).  What it comes down...
Why It Sucks To Quit Facebook (FB)

Mobile phone charges: 'Welcome to France'? But we're in Kent

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Residents and tourists at the foot of the white cliffs of Dover regularly get charged for using French networkVisitors to the famous white cliffs of Dover are getting a nasty surprise when they want to use their mobile phones - they are picking up a French signal at higher charges.Residents...
Mobile phone charges: 'Welcome to France'? But we're in Kent

BitTorrent Pirates Go Nuts After TV Release Groups Dump Xvid

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Every now and again, the world’s most famous piracy release groups get together and have a big old meeting to decide how they’ll carry out their future activities. At the top of the agenda is an item of utmost importance – how to change things around to ensure the highest...
BitTorrent Pirates Go Nuts After TV Release Groups Dump Xvid
Mozilla developer says 'rapid releases killed Firefox's reputation'
Twitter's Response To Compromised Account Situation: Accounts Were Compromised, But We Sent Out Too Many Emails

World's Largest Bitcoin Exchange Announces That Anyone Depositing Currency Will Need To Be Verified

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The regulatory pressure continues to heat up on the world of Bitcoin. In the wake of the DOJ's big case against digital currency site Liberty Reserve (which has been accused of facilitating illegal transactions), Mt. Gox, the biggest site for Bitcoin trading, has just announced a requirement that anyone depositing...
World's Largest Bitcoin Exchange Announces That Anyone Depositing Currency Will Need To Be Verified

The Dealmaster wants to charge up your gadgets with solar power

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The Dealmaster hates it when his DealPhone runs out of power when he's on the go. Getting D-mails from my DealMinions requires a lot of juice, and sometimes I'm not near a convenient power outlet. Today's Top Deal is aimed at curtailing that inconvenience—the Kiwi Choice 2000 mAh solar-powered...
The Dealmaster wants to charge up your gadgets with solar power

The Best App Is the One You Don't Have to Use

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Apps are reaching an inflection point. Now that zillions of apps are available to serve every imaginable purpose, there are two ways for them to keep us interested. They can either melt into the background and do their jobs with minimum fuss, or they can force us to pay attention...
The Best App Is the One You Don't Have to Use

VOD Service Acetrax Shutting Down, Forcing Customers Through DRM Hoops To Retain Their Purchased Movies

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Does DRM stop (or even slow down) piracy? This question's hardly hypothetical. It's been answered with a resounding "no" all over the internet. Of course, it's been argued that DRM was never about piracy prevention, but instead was a vehicle for content owners to control the technology in the...
VOD Service Acetrax Shutting Down, Forcing Customers Through DRM Hoops To Retain Their Purchased Movies

Bernard Rose: Tolstoy, America and me

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His Ivansxtc was a searing indictment of Hollywood. Now Bernard Rose has adapted another Tolstoy story - and turned it into an indictment of capitalist AmericaTen years ago, Bernard Rose proclaimed that digital technology would change the face of movie-making, and he made a film to prove it. Ivansxtc, released...
Bernard Rose: Tolstoy, America and me
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Yahoo Mail upgrade crashes, burns

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In other e-mail news today, Yahoo Mail launched an upgrade that would make it “faster and easier” to use. Instead, when Yahoo Mail users tried to log into their accounts, they got stuck in a vortex of a unresponsive terms and conditions page or a failed message. As TechCrunch reported,...
Yahoo Mail upgrade crashes, burns

Skype plugs security hole letting anyone hijack accounts, says 'small number' of users affected

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A number of hours after The Next Web revealed a flaw in the way Skype handled password resets, allowing third-parties to hijack accounts using just an email address, Skype has said that it has now fixed the issue, updating its password reset process so that it doesn’t send tokens to...
Skype plugs security hole letting anyone hijack accounts, says 'small number' of users affected

Looks Like Freelance Matchmaker Solvate is Shutting Down

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We’ve gotten a tip that Solvate, a venture-backed marketplace for hiring freelance work, is shutting down. Apparently, the freelancers who do work through Solvate have been told that the service will end effective March 1. I’ve emailed and called Solvate, and haven’t gotten a response yet. (I will update this...
Looks Like Freelance Matchmaker Solvate is Shutting Down
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