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incremental changes

LG Optimus M+ adds some minor hardware improvements, coming to metroPCS

www.engadget.com
LG's Optimus M has lingered around metroPCS' phone catalogue for over a year now and it looks like it's finally getting a similar-looking, but improved, replacement. Unfortunately, the Optimus M+ isn't quite enough to confer the title of carrier flagship. Incremental changes include a new 5-megapixel camera and a...
LG Optimus M+ adds some minor hardware improvements, coming to metroPCS
First Planck results: the Universe is still weird and interesting

How did a mega bank nail a mobile app better than most tech companies?

pandodaily.com
All day long, we write about startups who are frequently struggling to find some way to make an existing solution on the market much better. As a result, I see a lot of companies that focus on tweaks and incremental changes on existing products. And then, when I return...
How did a mega bank nail a mobile app better than most tech companies?

AOL Mail gets a refresh, thinks it can add you as one of its over 24M monthly active users

thenextweb.com
I used AOL Mail back in the day when the Internet came on a CD and required me to call up to a loud telephone or something. One of my favorite features was read-receipts and deleting mail after I had sent it…just in case I said something stupid. I haven’t...
AOL Mail gets a refresh, thinks it can add you as one of its over 24M monthly active users

Microsoft's New Enterprise Operating System Is Going To Be A Big Hit (MSFT)

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While all the world remains focused on the forthcoming Windows 8 desktop OS, Microsoft's other Windows is already out--and it's destined to be a big hit. Windows Server 2012 is officially available today and according to the analysts, enterprises are really going to like it. "If I was still working...
Microsoft's New Enterprise Operating System Is Going To Be A Big Hit (MSFT)

Google continues focus on Google+ for business with labels for quickly identifying co-workers

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Back in August 2012 the company began “putting Google+ to work” for businesses and today it’s continued that focus by making it easier for business users to identify their colleagues on the service. The search giant explains that it has added domain labels to Google+ which means that — when used...
Google continues focus on Google+ for business with labels for quickly identifying co-workers

Panel: The promises and perils of big data

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Big data is already enabling many businesses to make better decisions, but it has only made incremental changes in other verticals....
Panel: The promises and perils of big data
Haters got you down? Now you can block people on Pinterest

How Video Gives Instagram A Split Personality

readwrite.com
Instagram is my favorite app. In fact, I think Instagram is the perfect app. Not for the billion dollars Facebook paid for it or for its moody filters, but because it gives me the perfect way to do one thing I love to do: share photos with my friends. I...
How Video Gives Instagram A Split Personality

Daily Report: The Future of Smartphones

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The iPhone 5 that Apple introduced last week with only incremental changes seemed to signal that the smartphone industry had entered an era of technological bunny hops....
Daily Report: The Future of Smartphones

Reviewers confirm 4th-gen iPad is merely an incremental refresh

appleinsider.com
Alongside the release of iPad mini reviews, the embargo was also lifted for reports on the fourth-generation iPad, which brought incremental changes and tweaks including the faster A6X processor....
Reviewers confirm 4th-gen iPad is merely an incremental refresh

Google Updates Mod_Pagespeed With Smarter Caching, Progressive JPEGs

techcrunch.com
Google wants the web to be as fast as possible and it’s been working on a number of initiatives like SPDY, PageSpeed Tools, its hosted libraries and, of course, its Chrome browser. One tools that doesn’t get quite as much press as projects like Chrome and SPDY is mod_pagespeed for...
Google Updates Mod_Pagespeed With Smarter Caching, Progressive JPEGs
Skype for Mac 5.8 released with Mountain Lion support and customizable contact list window

iOS 7 is a $100M check to developers, if they want the work

venturebeat.com
In talking over Apple’s changes to iOS 7 with developers, we’ve heard a lot of mixed opinions. The design is magical. The design is awkward. The changes are huge. The changes are just on the surface. It’s awesome! It sucks! But most of the folks we’ve talked to agree...
iOS 7 is a $100M check to developers, if they want the work

Microsoft details Windows 8.1 updates, confirms Start button returns

www.electronista.com
Microsoft has revealed more details about its free Windows 8.1 update that it will release later this year. The company has confirmed yesterday's rumors about the return of the Start Button, as well as revealing more about the incremental changes that will form part of the free software pack, previously...
Microsoft details Windows 8.1 updates, confirms Start button returns

The house of the future will look exactly the same... er, totally different

arstechnica.com
The house... of the FUTURE! Yesterland The Pew Internet & American Life Project and Elon University have released a report on the future of "smart systems" and the future is bright. Sorry, dim. Well, the experts have agreed to disagree. Some see a regular Jetsonian future of, if not jetpacks and flying...
The house of the future will look exactly the same... er, totally different
Rally Software: The product of a "ship faster" mentality

Google+ now makes spam comments less visible by grouping and hiding them

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Google+ has been making incremental changes to the flow of its social service that makes using it easier and less annoying. One of the unfortunate side effects of posting things publicly is that anyone can comment on it, including spammers. The service lets you report these spammers but until now...
Google+ now makes spam comments less visible by grouping and hiding them
Foursquare gives its online listing pages a much-needed makeover
Redesigning Google: how Larry Page engineered a beautiful revolution
Larry Page: It's Important For Google To Focus On Future Big Bets, Not Just Incremental Changes

CEOs can’t tweak their way to innovation

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Most leaders are attracted to incremental changes. Trouble is, that rarely works. Here’s a roadmap to making major changes to drive business innovation. [cnnmoney-byline src="By Saul Kaplan, contributor"] FORTUNE — Sometimes tweaks aren’t enough. Sometimes nothing short of reinventing yourself, your organization, or your community is called for. The start...
CEOs can’t tweak their way to innovation

Three keys to the next green business boom

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Until we see big changes like a price on carbon or an affordable, scalable source of clean energy, it's probably best to focus on small moves that can add up to a big difference. By Dan Yates FORTUNE -- The clean-tech world keeps looking for a revolution, but that kind...
Three keys to the next green business boom

Twitter brings TweetDeck for Chrome up to speed with blocking features and profile improvements

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TweetDeck, the Twitter owned social media tool, has just rolled out updates for its Chrome app, bringing in all the new features that recently arrived in the Web app. These updates include incremental changes that have been made over past few weeks, like the ability to silence users instantly upon blocking...
Twitter brings TweetDeck for Chrome up to speed with blocking features and profile improvements

Sharing News on LinkedIn just got easier

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Most of us turn to blogs, newspapers, magazines, trade publications, and more when we’re looking for the info we need.  But just as often, we count on our colleagues and peers to point out the stuff we should read. That’s why we’ve just made some incremental changes to how sharing...
Sharing News on LinkedIn just got easier
Storage: the crack cocaine of cloud computing
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