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What Eight Million Livestreams Really Means

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That crazy leap that Felix Baumgartner made was astonishing. And if you’re interested in the future of Web video, YouTube’s ability to serve up eight million livestreams at the same time is a really big deal, too. As I noted yesterday, that number blows away YouTube’s previous peak of 500,000...
What Eight Million Livestreams Really Means

Kate Middleton Said No to Your Cover? No Problem, There's Photoshop!

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Marie Claire's amazing "fan-art tribute" to the princess...
Kate Middleton Said No to Your Cover? No Problem, There's Photoshop!

Google’s project to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee will let you upload and ‘pin’ your own memories

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2011 was a big year for the UK Royal Family, with Prince William’s marriage to Kate Middleton winning the hearts and minds of hundreds of millions of people around the world. In fact, the event was the number one search term on Google in the UK last year. 2012 is...
Google’s project to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee will let you upload and ‘pin’ your own memories

The Kardashians Won Big On Bing Searches In 2012

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Somewhere in Hollywood, the publicists for Kim Kardashian and her sisters are raising a toast. According to Microsoft's Bing search engine, the Kardashian sisters were easily among the most searched-for terms of 2012. Monday night, Microsoft released the most popular search terms of the year, grouped into various categories, including...
The Kardashians Won Big On Bing Searches In 2012

The most-asked money questions on Google

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What are the most searched for finance questions on Google? And, importantly, what are the answers to your money queries?Start typing a query into Google - or whatever search engine you are using - and its autocomplete function will start suggesting popular questions from other users. So what do you...
The most-asked money questions on Google

How the world searched in 2012: Google Zeitgeist report reveals 1.2 trillion searches across 146 languages

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Unless you’ve been living in a hole these past twelve months, there’s a good chance you’ve used Google at least once to search for something online. With that in mind, the Internet giant has revealed some of the key search trends in 2012, in its annual report which reveals trends...
How the world searched in 2012: Google Zeitgeist report reveals 1.2 trillion searches across 146 languages

Today's Scuttlebot: Cuomo's PIN Messaging and the End of Tax-Free Online Sales

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The technology reporters and editors of The New York Times scour the Web for important and peculiar items. Monday's selection includes Gov. Andrew Cuomo's avoidance of e-mail, Republican governors' embrace of taxes (well, online sales taxes) and a Wikipedia set-to over Kate Middleton's wedding gown....
Today's Scuttlebot: Cuomo's PIN Messaging and the End of Tax-Free Online Sales

Senator wants to bring copyright law to the runway

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Knockoffs of Kate Middleton's dress, which was created by English designer Sarah Burton, appeared for sale in the United States within days of her wedding to Prince William. UK Ministry of Defence Fashion designs aren't eligible for copyright protection. If one designer's work captures the imagination of consumers, other...
Senator wants to bring copyright law to the runway

Whitney Houston earns top spot among Google's 2012 searches

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Gangnam Style, Hurricane Sandy, the iPad 3, Diablo 3, and Kate Middleton also scored spots among the top ten searches, according to Google's 2012 Zeitgeist. [Read more]...
Whitney Houston earns top spot among Google's 2012 searches
Twitter updates promoted tweets, allows more restricted targeting
How Airbnb Earned Me $20,000 And A Restraining Order From My Landlord

The Most Popular Celebrity on That New Search Engine for Porn? Kim Kardashian, Of Kourse

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Person of interest. (Photo: David Shankbone, via Flickr Creative Commons Just a couple of weeks ago, the Internet got what it’s so clearly needed all along: an, ahem, portal to the universe of smut. Launched September 27, Search.xxx is meant to provide a secure alternative to just Googling your most...
The Most Popular Celebrity on That New Search Engine for Porn? Kim Kardashian, Of Kourse

Camilla Luddington is new Lara Croft

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British actor who played Kate Middleton will do voiceover and motion-capture work for next Tomb Raider gameCamilla Luddington has been named as the actor who plays Lara Croft in the upcoming Tomb Raider video game.The 29-year-old English-born actor joins Angelina Jolie, Minnie Driver and Keeley Hawes, who have all portrayed...
Camilla Luddington is new Lara Croft

2012′s top Google searches: 'Whitney Houston,' 'Gangnam Style' and 'Hurricane Sandy'

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The death of a pop music icon, the rise of a South Korean rapper and a deadly hurricane were what Google (GOOG) users were most interested in learning about in 2012. Google’s annual Zeitgeist report released on Wednesday shows that “Whitney Houston,” “Gangnam Style” and “Hurricane Sandy” were the three...
2012′s top Google searches: 'Whitney Houston,' 'Gangnam Style' and 'Hurricane Sandy'
The Queen's Christmas Message will be broadcast in 3D

British Monarchy adds a tablet computer to the Queen's Royal Collection

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You might be thinking of buying a tablet for Christmas, and well, so is the Queen. Except she’s not buying one and rather than playing Angry Birds Star Wars Edition all day, HRH’s tablet will have a digital time capsule to look through. According to the BBC, The Queen’s touch...
British Monarchy adds a tablet computer to the Queen's Royal Collection

What Britons Googled most this year

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Whitney Houston, Gangnam Style, Netflix and April Jones among most popular search terms in UK in 2012Like the Oxford Dictionaries' word of the year (2012: omnishambles), Google's annual Zeitgeist list of the year's top UK internet search terms is becoming a handy barometer of what is on the nation's mind.In...
What Britons Googled most this year

Google Zeitgeist reveals the UK's biggest search terms of 2012

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As Brits look back on a year that included a Royal Wedding, the London Olympics and other things, what were they hammering into Google this year? A British Isles-centric Zeitgeist has revealed all the biggest search terms for the UK, one that's topped by Euro 2012, shortly followed by...
Google Zeitgeist reveals the UK's biggest search terms of 2012

Lango steps up visual messaging with editorial content

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Emoticons are stupid. They’re sappy, and won’t go away, like wet leaves on the bottom of your shoe. Yet they’re indispensable for asynchronous communication. That’s because sarcasm does not translate well to email, texting, or comments at the end of news stories. As silly as it may sound emoticons are...
Lango steps up visual messaging with editorial content

French Court Detaches Itself From Reality, Demands Tabloid Turn Over 'Original' Topless Kate Middleton Photos

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In what has to be the most purely symbolic decision handed down by a court since King Solomon's derailing of a vexing child custody battle, a French court has ordered the tabloid that originally published the topless photos of Kate Middleton to perform an act of contrition that is actually...
French Court Detaches Itself From Reality, Demands Tabloid Turn Over 'Original' Topless Kate Middleton Photos

Kate Middleton, Girlfriend Of Prince William, Had To Search Through Dog’s Poo After Pearls Swallowed. http://bit.ly/9dXGf1

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Kate Middleton, Girlfriend Of Prince William, Had To Search Through Dog’s Poo After Pearls Swallowed. http://bit.ly/9dXGf1

Startup News: Whitney Dominates Google and Nike Creates Accelarator for the Athletic Among Us

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Ms. Houston (Photo: Wikipedia.org) And I Will Always Google You Google just released its year-end zeitgeist list and Whitney Houston was named the most searched person and term of the year. Gangnam Style clocked in as the second most searched thing of the year and the now-pregnant duchess Kate Middleton was the second...
Startup News: Whitney Dominates Google and Nike Creates Accelarator for the Athletic Among Us
How The Royal Family Got The World To Look At Naked Photos Of Kate Middleton

Google's Look Back on 2012 Will Warm Your Heart, Give You Feelings

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Ah the memories What we Google is a pretty good mark these days of who we are -- what intrigues us, moves us, what we care about. In its end-of-year review, Google builds a story of 2012 out of the clues of a trillion searches, and tells that story in...
Google's Look Back on 2012 Will Warm Your Heart, Give You Feelings

Digits Live: Social Media in A Froth Over Royal Baby News

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When news broke over Twitter with official royal baby news, it didn't take long for the fake accounts to pile on. BuzzFeed's Amy Odell joins digits to discuss what to expect now that Kate Middleton is expecting....
Digits Live: Social Media in A Froth Over Royal Baby News
Tech companies celebrate April Fools' with fake products & pranks (roundup)
With the MetroPCS merger, T-Mobile firmly embraces the 'bargain basement' label

The Year In Google, 2012

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Google just revealed its Zeitgeist page, a look back on online trends this year... an oddly suitable bit of news on 12/12/12. Twitter's already done it and Yahoo! News has, too (remember that website?). Now Google has published its official 2012 retrospective. But this is Google we're talking about,...
The Year In Google, 2012

Blood on the catwalk, battered banks - and queues, as usual, outside Apple

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Superdry and French Connection are unfashionably low on profits, but the creator of the iPhone isn't. And Standard Chartered steps back on the catwalkAs the London Fashion Week circus draws to a close this week, a brace of clothing retailers will be preparing to parade their latest collections of numbers...
Blood on the catwalk, battered banks - and queues, as usual, outside Apple
Getty to photograph London Summer Olympics in 3D, 360 degrees, and to use robotic cameras
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