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NYT Public Editor: Tesla Review Shows Problems With Precision and Judgement

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In a blog post published Monday, New York Times Public Editor Margaret Sullivan said the Times' February 8 review of the Tesla Model S was flawed by "not especially" good judgement and imprecise note-taking. The post, on the Public Editor's Journal, addressed the debate generated by reporter John Broder's negative...
NYT Public Editor: Tesla Review Shows Problems With Precision and Judgement
Jabra unveils Solemate, a shoe-themed Jawbone Jambox competitor
Best Buy ordered to pay out $27 million for stealing Buy Back concept
Oracle Rejected In Bid To Resuscitate Google Trial
The Cookie Monster returns! Google caught tracking Safari users on Apple’s iOS

Apple wins 'iBooks' trademark case leveled by book publisher in 2011

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A U.S. district court judge on Wednesday handed down a summary pro-Apple judgement in a case involving the "iBooks" trademark, finding the plaintiff, book publisher Black Tower Press, does not own the rights to the moniker.    ...
Apple wins 'iBooks' trademark case leveled by book publisher in 2011
Fraudster selling fake Facebook shares caught by SEC

The Philippines' Awful New 'Cybercrime' Law Put On Hold -- For Now

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Last week Tim Cushing wrote about the hugely-worrying new "cybercrime" law passed in the Philippines that seemed likely to criminalize all kinds of everyday online activities. As an article on Radio Australia's site reports, the Philippines' highest court has now stepped in after being petitioned to block the legislation: The...
The Philippines' Awful New 'Cybercrime' Law Put On Hold -- For Now

Samsung Stratosphere II makes IRL appearance at Best Buy for $100

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Remember Stratosphere II that got all sorts of official the other day? Well, a little birdie just fed us a few more details to flesh out this tale, including our first pics of an actual device and not just some press renders. In addition to the QWERTY keyboard and...
Samsung Stratosphere II makes IRL appearance at Best Buy for $100
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Samsung's tablet 'not as cool as iPad'

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Samsung wins in UK and US as it overturns attempts by Apple to ban sales of tablet and Nexus smartphoneSamsung won a victory over Apple in the UK high court as part of its world-spanning battle over intellectual property and design after a judge ruled the design of its Galaxy...
Samsung's tablet 'not as cool as iPad'

Gird thyself: Nation-wide Internet sales tax appears all but inevitable, and could be coming soon

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This isn’t exactly breaking news, but it matters all the same. Today Rep. Darrell Issa took to Reddit once again to answer the questions concerning Internet legislation. The Representative was pushing his new legislative idea of barring new Internet law for two years. Don’t let that fact cloud your judgement....
Gird thyself: Nation-wide Internet sales tax appears all but inevitable, and could be coming soon

Gears Of War: Judgement - review

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Xbox 360; Microsoft; £37-£44.99Reading this on mobile? Click here to viewGears Of War has a formula and Judgement isn't going to mess with it: one of your ludicrously proportioned musclemen kicks open a door to find a room littered with waist-high barriers; aliens with guns arrive; using the barriers as...
Gears Of War: Judgement - review
Court upholds $675K fine on man accused of illegally downloading 31 songs

Indiegogo Raises $15 Million Series A To Make Crowdfunding Go Mainstream

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Indiegogo, the website that allows people to contribute money to the causes, artistic projects, and small companies they support, has attracted a good amount of success in the four years since it was founded in early 2008: 100,000 projects have been funded in more than 196 countries through the...
Indiegogo Raises $15 Million Series A To Make Crowdfunding Go Mainstream

Yahoo sues Facebook for infringing 10 patents related to advertising, social networking, messaging, more

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Yahoo has decided to sue Facebook over patent infringement, filing a 19-page lawsuit in San Jose federal court today. The suit concerns 10 patents Yahoo holds related to advertising, privacy, customization, messaging and social networking. Last week Yahoo threatened to take legal action against the social network unless it began...
Yahoo sues Facebook for infringing 10 patents related to advertising, social networking, messaging, more

Facebook loses friends in Germany over privacy breaches

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Before you've even sipped your morning brew, a regional German court has delivered yet another stern judgement affecting a multinational organization. This time it's Facebook back in the dock over the Friend Finder feature, which uploads a user's contact list to Zuckerberg's bunker without proper warning. Another offense involves the...
Facebook loses friends in Germany over privacy breaches

MasterCard introduces PayPass Wallet Services, Online and API at CTIA 2012

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MasterCard's PayPass is certainly one of the bigger players in the contactless payment scene. But, simply putting a few thousand branded payment terminals in stores across the nation isn't enough. The next step is expanding that empire, not only in terms of locations and handsets, but by turning the...
MasterCard introduces PayPass Wallet Services, Online and API at CTIA 2012

UK court says Apple's cheeky Samsung apology is 'non-compliant', must be changed within 48 hours

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Forced to run an apology on its website and on major media publications stating Samsung did not infringe on its products last week, Apple has been given a slap on the wrist by the UK court of appeal after it adjudged its tersely worded statement to be “non-compliant,” telling the...
UK court says Apple's cheeky Samsung apology is 'non-compliant', must be changed within 48 hours

Intel's Cable Box Will Have A Camera That Tracks You As You Watch TV (INTC)

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We should reserve judgement until we see the actual product, but the initial description of Intel's plan for a cable box sounds very creepy. It's planning to roll out a cable box with a camera that looks at who is watch TV to deliver a more personalized experience. At the...
Intel's Cable Box Will Have A Camera That Tracks You As You Watch TV (INTC)

Google's shopping delivery service gets a little more official and a little more hush hush at the same time

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Google’s taking on Amazon Prime with a shopping service later this year. You know this. TechCrunch is filling in some of the blanks today with additional details like pricing (free for Googlers and $4.99 for beta testers and a final target a little below Amazon’s) and some more beta...
Google's shopping delivery service gets a little more official and a little more hush hush at the same time

Apple, Samsung continue patent battles

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The ongoing battle between Samsung and Apple over intellectual property continues, with the news that a U.S. trade agency judge has sided with Apple on a dispute over a text-selection patent. The preliminary ruling was made on March 26, but publicly released late Thursday. Reuters reported that the decision must...
Apple, Samsung continue patent battles

Apple Publishes Non-Apology To Samsung On Its Website To Comply With U.K. Court Ruling

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After losing an appeal in a UK high court last week against a judgement that Samsung’s Galaxy Tab tablets do not infringe the design of the iPad because it’s just not cool enough, Apple has now published an acknowledgement of the court’s judgement on its U.K. website — in line...
Apple Publishes Non-Apology To Samsung On Its Website To Comply With U.K. Court Ruling
UK court orders Apple to pay Samsung's legal fees in full after 'false and misleading' notice
'Bioshock Infinite' creative director Ken Levine talks about how to build a world

Lessons for Bloggers from ChatRoulette

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ChatRoulette (warning: this is often NSFW) is a site that has caused a lot of buzz over the last week or so. It’s a webcam site where you login to chat with complete strangers – you are randomly matched with a stranger and you both have the opportunity to find...
Lessons for Bloggers from ChatRoulette

Internet groups blast AT&T's effort to justify FaceTime blocking

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AT&T posted a pointed justification of its decision to place restrictions on FaceTime over cellular earlier today, with the carrier's VP of regulatory affairs saying that people "rushed to judgement" on their possible violation of the FCC's Open Internet regulations — but internet groups have already responded critically to...
Internet groups blast AT&T's effort to justify FaceTime blocking

Valley Elite to Nasdaq: Either Greifeld Is Done or We Are

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The recurring topic on stage at last week’s D10 conference was the legacy of Steve Jobs. But the topic at dinners and in hallways and over poker games was Facebook’s bungled IPO. I had a variance of this conversation a lot: “What was your take on the IPO?” (I never...
Valley Elite to Nasdaq: Either Greifeld Is Done or We Are

Apple's Apology To Samsung: We're Cool, You're Not

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Remember earlier this month, when Apple lost its appeal in the U.K. against Samsung for a High Court ruling earlier this year? Well, on the bottom of the the home page of Apple's UK website is a little linky that says Samsung/Apple judgement. Click on that and up comes a...
Apple's Apology To Samsung: We're Cool, You're Not

Groupon breaks its Groupon Promise

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This is the Groupon Promise, prominently plastered all over the Groupon site: If the experience using your Groupon ever lets you down, we’ll make it right or return your purchase. Simple as that. But when I put it to the test, I found the promise isn’t really simple as that....
Groupon breaks its Groupon Promise
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