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70 million users, 1+ billion hours every month: League of Legends is the world's most played video game

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First off, if you haven’t yet familiarized yourself with Riot Games’ League of Legends, stop and read this. It’s OK, we’ll wait. Done? Good. The free-to-play game has made millions of dollars and signed up over 70 million users in its lifetime and that growth just doesn’t seem to stop....
70 million users, 1+ billion hours every month: League of Legends is the world's most played video game
Wi-Fi-only iPad could hit mainland China stores soon

New in Theaters: May 28th, 2010

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Wide Releases: Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time – Trailer I’m not super-excited for Prince of Persia but I’m not against it either. Jake Gyllenhaal can be a decent actor sometimes, and he’s certainly not unattractive to watch on the big screen. Directly Rank Against (scroll over to preview...
New in Theaters: May 28th, 2010

Goodwill sells incredibly valuable NES cartridge for dirt cheap

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Someone makes the thrift store score of a lifetime after finding an ultra-rare NES video game for sale with a price tag that may shock you. [Read more]...
Goodwill sells incredibly valuable NES cartridge for dirt cheap

Apple Asking Resellers to Triple iPad Display Space Ahead of Rumored September 12 Media Event

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MacRumors has received word from multiple Apple Premium Resellers in Europe that Apple has requested they set aside additional table space for iPad displays over the next few weeks. One of the sources specifically cites September 12 as the Apple-imposed deadline for the adjustments to be made, while another source...
Apple Asking Resellers to Triple iPad Display Space Ahead of Rumored September 12 Media Event

116 years of Olympic medalists compared

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If you've paid any attention at all to the Olympics over your lifetime one thing may stand out to you -- every four years, records seem to crumble. We're getting faster and stronger, not because of evolution, but thanks to science. High speed video has us refining our form,...
116 years of Olympic medalists compared

Apple rejects Steve Jobs tribute calendar app, developers turn to Cydia

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A calendar app might not be the most news-worthy app when you think about all of the cool things, but when it’s one that was built as a tribute to former Apple CEO Steve Jobs, it definitely gets some attention. It got Apple’s attention too, when it was submitted for...
Apple rejects Steve Jobs tribute calendar app, developers turn to Cydia

The Hottest Camera In The World Was Designed By A Surfer Who Just Wanted To Film His Tricks

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California surfer Nick Woodman was hoping to get some shots of himself surfing in Australia but couldn't afford to hire a professional photographer or equipment. Right then and there he came up with the idea for an inexpensive and durable mount camera that can capture action-packed video. Woodman moved...
The Hottest Camera In The World Was Designed By A Surfer Who Just Wanted To Film His Tricks

M2M: one network will not rule them all

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Machine to machine networks, sometimes called the Internet of things, are the logical extension of today’s connected society, but creating such a network will require multiple technologies; telcos to open up their networks; governments to figure out a way to assign unique numbers for each device on the network; and...
M2M: one network will not rule them all

Google services survive if they make money, aren't social

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Among many findings, breaking out socially-integrated Google products shows their life expectancy is characteristically lower. Google seems to be an enthusiastic beginner and ender of things. There are hundreds of services that have been opened and closed since the company’s inception: iGoogle, Google Notebook, and most recently, Google Reader....
Google services survive if they make money, aren't social

Obvious Co. partner Lift releasing iPhone app to ‘achieve any goal’

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The Obvious Co.-backed company Lift has announced plans to launch an iPhone app that is a ‘simple, positive way to achieve any goal. The app, which is designed to help people achieve ‘any goal’ will be released in August. Back in August of last year Obvious Co. partners Biz Stone, Evan...
Obvious Co. partner Lift releasing iPhone app to ‘achieve any goal’
Charles Babbage's difference engine captured in gigapixel images

E-books and the Personal Library

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Moving from the West Coast to the East prompts some thoughts on personal libraries and e-books, as it no longer makes economic sense to carry a lifetime of books around with us. But maybe economic sense isn't the only sense bibliophiles possess . . . Continue reading »...
E-books and the Personal Library
Amazon’s Kindle Lending Library balloons to 100k books
How close are we to truly photorealistic, real-time games?

BuddyTV adds movie and TV trailers, self-loathing binges on ‘Real Housewives’ optional

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Don’t you hate it when you invest a good six or seven minutes into something like Lifetime’s “7 Days of Sex” or Animal Planet’s “Hillbilly Handfishin’,”  only to discover that, well, you wasted six or seven minutes of your life? Well, now decisions on which shows to watch can be...
BuddyTV adds movie and TV trailers, self-loathing binges on ‘Real Housewives’ optional
Dos.io Makes LinkedIn Stalking Better With Info From GitHub, AngelList & CrunchBase
Tour a legacy of iconic art and design with the Eames timeline
Status update: Mark Zuckerberg listed a company on NASDAQ

The fascinating story behind Playboy’s successful #FriskyFriday Twitter campaign

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Even if you don’t follow Playboy on Twitter, you have probably heard about something the company does every Friday using the hashtag #FriskyFriday. Basically, Playboy asks ladies to share pictures of themselves and then chooses a winner at the end of the day. The company gets tons of entries and...
The fascinating story behind Playboy’s successful #FriskyFriday Twitter campaign

Interactive sheet music app Tonara takes on a $4 million Series A

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Today Tonara announced that it has raised a $4 million Series A round of funding led by Carmel Ventures, and participated in by the investors of its seed round, in which the company raised $750,000 in 2011. Tonara is an iOS application that displays sheet music, and follows users as they...
Interactive sheet music app Tonara takes on a $4 million Series A

Andreessen Horowitz partners to give away half of VC earnings

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According to the Wall Street Journal, the leading Silicon Valley venture capital firm said its six general partners will give away half their lifetime VC earnings. [Read more]...
Andreessen Horowitz partners to give away half of VC earnings
Mission to Mars would blast astronauts with harmful levels of radiation, study finds
LinkedIn reportedly set to buy Pulse news reader

Windows Phone 8 to support multi-core CPUs, HD resolutions, SD cards

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Microsoft is on stage at the Windows Phone Developer Summit offering us a bite of what's to come in Windows Phone 8, and one of the tastiest morsels may just be the noticeably more diverse hardware it will support. The new platform won't just support dual-core processors -- it...
Windows Phone 8 to support multi-core CPUs, HD resolutions, SD cards
Dyad: Chasing the anxiety of influence at 100BPM

RT @GrowMap: Perfect @Aweber contest for bloggers @dennisedell Win a lifetime sub-affiliate for best review #marketing http://bit.ly/bZGzDx

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Will America ever be @ Peace in Our lifetime ? « Comment DROP http://post.ly/RC5E

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Will America ever be @ Peace in Our lifetime ? « Comment DROP http://post.ly/RC5E
Detector in South Pole's ice cap spots rare high-energy neutrinos

Apple has now paid $5.5 billion to developers over lifetime of its app store

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Apple’s chief financial officer Peter Oppenheimer said today that the company has now paid out more than $5.5 billion to developers, up from the $4 billion the company reported in January during its Q1 earnings call. This implies the App Store has generated more than $7.8 billion in revenue over...
Apple has now paid $5.5 billion to developers over lifetime of its app store
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