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Sony starts delivering Ice Cream Sandwich update to Xperia go, Xperia U and Xperia sola

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Well, it looks like Sony's in-house software developers have decided this is the perfect week to deliver delicious treats to a large portion of the company's mobile lineup. Not long after outing updates for the Tablet S and Xperia Ion (in the US), the electronics giant is now bringing...
Sony starts delivering Ice Cream Sandwich update to Xperia go, Xperia U and Xperia sola
Photos: Black and white next-generation metal iPhone backs, mini-dock, taller screen, moved earphone jack present

Mixpanel launches Flow for beautiful real-time mobile and web analytics

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Real-time web and mobile analytics provider Mixpanel has just released its new service, Flow. If you were looking for a beautiful and easy to read presentation of user activity on your site, this one is for you. Flow is a way for customers to find out where visitors to their...
Mixpanel launches Flow for beautiful real-time mobile and web analytics
Airbnb is cashing in on the Olympics, and why that's a good thing

Tim Cook on the “Law of Large Numbers”

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Q: 37 million units of iPhones shipped. When do we run into the Law of Large Numbers? What are the growth opportunities coming up? A: 37 million is a big number. It was a decent quarter. It was 37 million — more than we’d ever done before. We were pretty...
Tim Cook on the “Law of Large Numbers”

Video offers rare glimpse inside Foxconn iPhone factory

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A video released on Friday gives outsiders a look at what goes on inside a Foxconn factory responsible for the manufacture of a large portion of Apple's iPhone stock including the newest iPhone 4S....
Video offers rare glimpse inside Foxconn iPhone factory

What's the Worst Service Alert a Transit System Can Send?

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Every mass transit system is going to have a bad day now and again. Some, perhaps, more than others. This morning, it was L.A.'s Metro Rail system's turn. An early morning power outage affected service along a large portion of the Blue Line right in the middle of the...
What's the Worst Service Alert a Transit System Can Send?

Mozilla unveils the Firefox Marketplace and Facebook integration

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The release of Firefox 16 may not have been as tidy as Mozilla would have liked it to be thanks to the security flaw that was discovered soon afterwards, but apparently that didn't have much of an effect on uptake of the new browser. That's according to research firm...
Mozilla unveils the Firefox Marketplace and Facebook integration

Location aware iPhone app Checkmark is what Reminders should have been

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Checkmark is a new app that lets you set alerts based on location and time that finally delivers on the promise of Apple’s Reminders app. When Apple introduced Reminders in iOS 5, I remarked that it would probably be the traditional ‘one app’ that the company introduces but never seems...
Location aware iPhone app Checkmark is what Reminders should have been

News: Sony names Hirai as CEO and president in waiting

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Sony has named Kaz Hirai as the successor to Howard Stringer's roles as both president and CEO, effective April 1, 2012. Stringer, who has lead the company in the joint role for seven years, will take up the position of chairman of the board, whilst current chairman Yotaro Kobayashi...
News: Sony names Hirai as CEO and president in waiting

The Brilliant, Unusual Way Media Startup Upworthy Grew To 10.4 Million Monthly Readers In Its First Year

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Most media companies focus on covering the latest news.  Eli Pariser and his army of bloggers at Upworthy don't, yet they have grown from no readers last year to 10.4 million last month. If The New York Times is a designer store with new, original items that keep readers informed,...
The Brilliant, Unusual Way Media Startup Upworthy Grew To 10.4 Million Monthly Readers In Its First Year
Firefox 16 adoption not hurt by security missteps

Watch an iPad being made in this rare video from inside Apple’s Foxconn factory

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Reporter Rob Schmitz is the Shanghai Bureau Chief of Marketplace. He’s the guy who debunked a large portion of Mike Daisey’s accounts from China about Apple’s Foxconn factories. Now, he’s become only the second reporter ever to gain access to visit the factory floor  at that supplier. He’s written a detailed...
Watch an iPad being made in this rare video from inside Apple’s Foxconn factory

Blazing-fast Facebook pages boost member use, increase ad revenue

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Speed up your website if you want to make more money. It’s that simple, yet most site owners only give site speed half their attention. By contrast, the most successful websites on the planet — Google, Twitter, and Facebook — have staff whose job is to obsess over how long...
Blazing-fast Facebook pages boost member use, increase ad revenue

Adventures in big data: How AddThis’ Hydra works

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Clearspring, a social publishing platform, on Thursday changed its name to AddThis as part of an emphasis on the analytics side of its business. The company, which was formed in 2006 and provides those social sharing buttons that are ubiquitous across the web, also offered analytics services under the AddThis...
Adventures in big data: How AddThis’ Hydra works

iPad: It’s All About the Games

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Businessweek article, the iPad is going to be all about the games. A large portion of the few companies elite enough to actually get their hands on a pre-release version of the iPad are game developers. Gaming is big on the iPhone/iPod touch platform and our own Weldon Dodd’s...
iPad: It’s All About the Games

Growing Around the World

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Hi, my name is Matt Sanford and I'm the lead engineer for Twitter's International team. I spend a great deal of time thinking about Twitter's users outside of the US. Twitter's first users were the early employees and their friends, largely based around our offices in San Francisco. Today we...
Growing Around the World

Proton and Yes team up to offer Malaysia's first 4G-connected car, promise more to come

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The first one may only amount to a MiFi housed in the dash (although that does come standard), but automaker Proton and Malaysian carrier Yes seem to have some fairly grand designs on 4G-connected cars. In addition to providing a WiFi hotpot for passengers, they eventually hope to use...
Proton and Yes team up to offer Malaysia's first 4G-connected car, promise more to come
Obama hangout reveals U.S. need for patent reform, immigration reform -- and gamers

THE PR 50: The Best Communications Pros In Technology

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Behind every high-powered technology company and executive is usually a man or woman (and often a team) making sure the company's message is coming off right. Often enough, we don't give these people a lot of praise. Dealing with public relations professionals can be frustrating and at times excruciating. But we...
THE PR 50: The Best Communications Pros In Technology

iSuppli: Samsung forecasted to unseat Nokia for top ranking in 2012 global phone shipments

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Between the years of 1998 and 2011, Nokia consistently took the first-place prize for global unit shipments, outpacing both Samsung and Apple. This year, however, iSuppli projects that the Finnish firm will slip to the second position, representing 24 percent of device shipments, compared to 29 percent for Samsung...
iSuppli: Samsung forecasted to unseat Nokia for top ranking in 2012 global phone shipments
Apple's share of the tablet market nears all-time high
5 ways taking venture capital could hurt you

Will Facebook adapt to mobile or will mobile adapt to Facebook?

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We all know Facebook needs to become a force in mobile advertising, but just how much of a force? If Facebook were to replicate the success of its desktop ad business on mobile it would account for a healthy chunk of the entire world’s current mobile ad spend. And if...
Will Facebook adapt to mobile or will mobile adapt to Facebook?

My crazy idea to piss off spammers

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The problem with spam is that it is so easy to send a lot of it, and you only need a few fools to buy your stuff to make a buck. The economics are in the spammers’ favor. For less than $10 you can spam 40 million email addresses. The...
My crazy idea to piss off spammers
T-Mobile smartphones are data beasts, eating up 760 MB a month
Google Glass Has 3 Big Challenges To Beat (GOOG)
ComicsAlliance blog the latest Aol property to be shut down

A Lot Of Quora's $50 Million Is Going Straight To Amazon (AMZN)

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So Quora, the hot question-and-answer site, just raised $50 million—some of it in a matter of days—from eager investors. Where's the money going? Quora cofounder Adam D'Angelo has already answered the question—on Quora. The answer: Amazon. Amazon.com, besides its vast online store, also rents out computing power to startups...
A Lot Of Quora's $50 Million Is Going Straight To Amazon (AMZN)
Apple's Phil Schiller on Android malware: 'be safe out there'
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