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Tapestry for Android lets you beam curated photo albums to friends and family in real-time

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How many times have you given a friend or loved-one your phone to view some photos, or stretched across a table, still grasping your device, to show that irresistibly-cute snap of your newborn? Probably more often than you care to admit. With that in mind, Tapestry is the latest photo-sharing...
Tapestry for Android lets you beam curated photo albums to friends and family in real-time

Schedule it with friends in TheTudu

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TheTudu is a new iOS app designed to accompany the Web-based service of the same name. It’s available now as a free download from the App Store, and is featured in the New and Noteworthy section of the App Store’s Productivity section. TheTudu is, at heart, a fairly conventional calendar...
Schedule it with friends in TheTudu

Fantastical 1.3 brings Reminders support for iOS and iCal

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I’m not a huge productivity app nut. I use a few key programs to keep my working life in order, and all of them have been chosen for their ability to do what they do and get out of my way. Flexibit’s excellent Fantastical fits that bill crazy well with...
Fantastical 1.3 brings Reminders support for iOS and iCal

App.net begins accepting PayPal payments, drops credit card requirement for 30-day trials

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App.net, the ad-free, Twitter-like service, has begun accepting payments via PayPal as it opens its membership process to those that prefer the online payments service, or don’t have the requisite credit card that was previously needed. It has also simplified monthly trials by removing credit card requirements. The service has been...
App.net begins accepting PayPal payments, drops credit card requirement for 30-day trials

Hurricane Sandy shuts down Google's Android event

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Sorry, Android fans, looks like you'll have to wait a little longer to hear more about the Nexus 4 and the Nexus 10. Google has cancelled its Monday morning event in New York City because of safety concerns related to Hurricane Sandy, which is expected to hit the island...
Hurricane Sandy shuts down Google's Android event

Kickstart Your Own SXSW: Hear It Local Lets You Crowdfund Private Concerts

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Looking for a band for your tech conference, wedding, or launch party? Hear It Local has just launched a private concert booking and crowdfunding platform that connects you to local musicians. Smaller venues can also use Hear It Local to fill their calendars with great affordable bands. Unique experiences are...
Kickstart Your Own SXSW: Hear It Local Lets You Crowdfund Private Concerts

Searching for the Location Gold Mine

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Investments into the next generation of location and augmented reality applications these days are as big as the buzz surrounding them. But while we’re seeing amazing apps and demonstrations, we’re still not seeing compelling revenue models. On Wednesday, April 28, a select group of about 75 entrepreneurs, investors and technologists...
Searching for the Location Gold Mine

After 6 Months And 32,000 Users, App.net Finally Opens Up Free Accounts

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The ad-free social networking platform's founder, Dalton Caldwell, talks about why he's opening up the service to everyone, for free. When Dalton Caldwell first launched App.net last August, his goal was to reach 10,000 users. Now, 32,000 sign-ups later, Caldwell has begun offering free accounts on his paid, ad-free...
After 6 Months And 32,000 Users, App.net Finally Opens Up Free Accounts

Meetupcall Launches As A Painless Way To Host A Conference Call

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I consider myself a member of the ‘Skype-generation’: I’ve never had to organise a traditional conference call in my life, although like other TechCrunch writers, I’ve had to join a few. Hosting one is a pain, apparently, as you have to juggle things like participant and leader PINs, country-specific dial-in numbers,...
Meetupcall Launches As A Painless Way To Host A Conference Call

Steam beta journeys to Android and iOS, for select invitees

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Our friends at Joystiq are members of a privileged club of which we are not. We've both downloaded and installed the mobile version of Steam -- now available as a free beta download for Android and iOS -- but where they found Mac and PC games for sale, along...
Steam beta journeys to Android and iOS, for select invitees

Sony asks us to 'see the future' of PlayStation on February 20th

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What's this? A Sony invite to "see the future" of PlayStation on February 20th in New York City? From the looks of the very tease-y clip Sony's released (found just beyond the break), it looks to be PlayStation related. Perhaps involving a certain codenamed "Orbis" project? The company's official...
Sony asks us to 'see the future' of PlayStation on February 20th

Facebook Speeds Up Event Creation and Offers New Invite Suggestions

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Just in time SXSW Music, Facebook has updated its Events interface. Admins can now create an event with less details, receive suggestions of who to invite and notifications when invitees confirm, and a more advanced wall lets invitees ask questions and more discretely decline invitations. The revamp could help persuade...
Facebook Speeds Up Event Creation and Offers New Invite Suggestions

Google Maps to enter 'next dimension' at June 6 event

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Google is reportedly sending out invites to a San Francisco event scheduled for next week, and it appears that the event will be focused on Google Maps. The invite, which shows Google's signature map pinpoint looming over the San Francisco coastline, promises invitees that the event will reveal "the next...
Google Maps to enter 'next dimension' at June 6 event

5 things not to do at a networking dinner

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If you’ve recently joined the Bay Area tech and startup community, the rites and rituals of this unique population may be more bewildering than the first time your boss made you use SharePoint. A truly exciting rite of passage for any scene newcomer is the first invitation to a networking dinner....
5 things not to do at a networking dinner

4 Web-Based Meeting Schedulers Reviewed

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A slew of online applications are attempting to eliminate the headache of scheduling meetings. And, unlike their proprietary older brothers, such as Outlook and iCal, these new entrants into the scheduling market are completely web-based, compatible with Google Calendar, and best of all, don’t require your invitees to install...
4 Web-Based Meeting Schedulers Reviewed

Free Klout trips a success, says Seattle tourism bureau

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What’s the price of influence? It may just be a free trip to Seattle. While the digerati, including Wired in its May issue, debate the true influence of high-scorers on the social media ranking site Klout, the Seattle Convention and Visitors Bureau declares its Klout-centric experiment a rousing success. Early...
Free Klout trips a success, says Seattle tourism bureau

Google's Social Trojan Horse? Google+ Events.

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AllThingsD.comSince its inception one year ago today, the most familiar critique of Google+ has been Google’s sign-up strategy. As users face prompts from many of Google’s existing, popular properties to upgrade their accounts to include Google+ profiles, it has felt like more of a strong-arm approach than a welcome invitation....
Google's Social Trojan Horse? Google+ Events.

The New York Times prototypes an all-new NYTimes.com, with a cleaner app-like design

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With 668,000 paying digital subscribers, and Q4 revenue of $575.8m in 2012, The New York Times is often held aloft as some sort of poster child of traditional news’ ability to transform into a successful digital enterprise. With that in mind, The New York Times has unveiled a new prototype...
The New York Times prototypes an all-new NYTimes.com, with a cleaner app-like design

TNW Pick of the Day: VideoPaste lets you upload and share videos for 24 hours only

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When you record a video, you’ll often wish to broadcast it to the world or a select, private group of invitees…permanently. For that there’s YouTube, Vimeo, DailyMotion…and many others. But what if you don’t want a video available online for posterity? Well, you can always go in and delete a...
TNW Pick of the Day: VideoPaste lets you upload and share videos for 24 hours only

OFF WITH THEIR HEADS! Forbidden Tweets And Photos From A Tech Mogul's Lavish Party

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Naughty, naughty! Yammer CEO David Sacks—who's reportedly selling his social-enterprise startup to Microsoft for more than $1 billion—reportedly invited a THOUSAND guests to his huge 40th birthday party in Los Angeles this weekend. And he expected them to all stay quiet. Sacks runs what's been called the "Facebook for business"—but...
OFF WITH THEIR HEADS! Forbidden Tweets And Photos From A Tech Mogul's Lavish Party
Where Zuck and team are headed next: The full IPO roadshow schedule
Google+ Events: a visual tour

With Polycom's New App, Take Your Videoconference To The Cloud, Talk With Facebook, Google, Skype

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When you think sexy, do you think videoconferencing? Probably not. But that might be about to change--at least a little bit. Telecommunications giant Polycom, which makes the teleconferencing mic systems you've likely used during office conference calls, is trying to make it more attractive today by launching a new cloud-based...
With Polycom's New App, Take Your Videoconference To The Cloud, Talk With Facebook, Google, Skype

Yapp Is A Dead Simple Way To Make A Mobile App Without Writing A Line Of Code

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Last month Yapp demoed at New York Tech Meetup. Today it's announcing a round of financing led by Kleiner Perkins with participation from North Bridge Ventures Partners, Cue Ball, and angel investors. Yapp's first product is like a mobile Paperless Post.  Instead of sending an email or Facebook invite,...
Yapp Is A Dead Simple Way To Make A Mobile App Without Writing A Line Of Code

Yapp Raises Funding From Kleiner Perkins To Allow Anyone To Create Sleek Mobile Apps For Events

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Maria Seidman helps organize a monthly womens’ networking event for her business school alums in New York City but was frustrated with some of the options for creating a dedicated mobile app for an event. So she decided to create a DIY mobile app creation platform herself. Today, her brainchild,...
Yapp Raises Funding From Kleiner Perkins To Allow Anyone To Create Sleek Mobile Apps For Events

Republic Wireless announces dual-band Motorola Defy XT, offers incentives to quell coverage woes

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Republic Wireless is pretty candid that it's still learning the ropes of the mobile world, but with its monthly service cost of $19 per month, we know more than a few people who'd like to help test the water. Most recently, the company admitted an error with its deployment...
Republic Wireless announces dual-band Motorola Defy XT, offers incentives to quell coverage woes

Inviteful Helps You Invite "Humans" To "Events" Where You Can "Chat," Drink "Coffee"

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In the old days, before Google Hangouts and sexting, kids used to invite each other to events like concerts, stonings, and bear-baitings. Inviteful hopes to bring us back to those halcyon days of dog fights and bare-knuckle, couples-only fistfights by making it easier to invite friends to stuff. Created by...
Inviteful Helps You Invite "Humans" To "Events" Where You Can "Chat," Drink "Coffee"

BII MOBILE INSIGHTS: How Mobile Is Changing Enterprise IT

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Mobile Insights is a new daily newsletter from BI Intelligence delivered first thing every morning exclusively to BI Intelligence subscribers. Sign up for a free trial of BI Intelligence today. How Mobile Technology Ruined Etiquette (smartplanet)Mobile technology has enabled us to make changes on the fly, and because of that, we're breaking long-established rules as to...
BII MOBILE INSIGHTS: How Mobile Is Changing Enterprise IT
Google+ Introduces New Hangouts App Called Capture, To Snap Pics Of Special Moments As They Happen

Zillow CEO Pozits a Social Q&A Site

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Zillow CEO Rich Barton launched a side project called Pozit today, which plays in the hot space of social Q&A. Barton, who formerly founded Expedia, is a venture partner at Benchmark, on the board of a few companies, and recently started the stealth travel startup New Travelco. (So I think the...
Zillow CEO Pozits a Social Q&A Site
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