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NFL Network and RedZone Channel coming to Time Warner Cable

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You don't have to look high (or low) to find a litany of complaints regarding Time Warner Cable's service, support or pricing, but it's evidently aiming to right one particular wrong later today. According to Bloomberg, the National Football League has inked a deal with TWC to bring the...
NFL Network and RedZone Channel coming to Time Warner Cable

Flipboard brings the noise in NPR-ified app update, Britta will be pleased

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Do you loathe the sound of silence? Check out the latest update to Flipboard, bro. The most recent update to the social app now includes an audio selection that'll pump out NPR podcasts and SoundCloud tracks, amongst a litany of others, at will. The update will also benefit the...
Flipboard brings the noise in NPR-ified app update, Britta will be pleased

How I respond to the haters

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I am no longer an employee of Bleacher Report. For many years, I quietly allowed a litany of “haters” to criticize the website that I co-founded. In many cases, I took their anger to heart and helped make the site better. In very few of those cases did I offer...
How I respond to the haters

Facebook privacy overhaul grants better controls for permissions, apps, photos and more

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Voting for changes may never be the same on Facebook, but it sure seems as if the company is taking your privacy more seriously than perhaps it has in the past. In a move that signals bold changes on behalf of the user, Facebook has published two posts today...
Facebook privacy overhaul grants better controls for permissions, apps, photos and more

25 Other Lists Featuring Perennial List-Maker David Karp

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Congratulations, David Karp! The Tumblr founder will grace the cover of the January 21 issue of Forbes, headlining the magazine's "30 Under 30" issue, in which pages he reveals his "Jason Bourne or James Bond fantasy" and holds forth on his minimalist proclivities. It's a fine honor for the...
25 Other Lists Featuring Perennial List-Maker David Karp

Apple reportedly has 100-person team working on unannounced smartwatch

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Adding to the litany of rumors regarding a forthcoming Apple-branded smartwatch, a new report claims the company has a team of at least 100 designers, including a senior director of engineering, working on the project....
Apple reportedly has 100-person team working on unannounced smartwatch

Gawker admits defeat, tries to replicate Bleacher Report and Huffington Post

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I don’t cover news for PandoDaily, but I figured that I would give it a shot today. Gawker has thrown in the towel on their old model. Today, their popular Deadspin blog has announced that they are creating a “contributor network” that will allow “everyone — yes everyone [to have]...
Gawker admits defeat, tries to replicate Bleacher Report and Huffington Post

Washington state shows America how to vote with its feet up

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In Baltimore, my girlfriend waited in line for 75 minutes before she could vote. In New York, my editor, Adam Penenberg, waited 1 hour and 40 minutes – about an hour and a half longer than it has ever taken him before. There have been reports of three-hour lines...
Washington state shows America how to vote with its feet up

Chicago Taxi Companies And Riders Sue Uber For Targeting Cool Passengers

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We've written about innovative car service company Uber a few times before, though mostly for its bizarre run-ins with local regulators, who often seem to think their job is to protect local taxi companies from innovative competition. Uber, for what it's worth, has used many of these attacks as marketing...
Chicago Taxi Companies And Riders Sue Uber For Targeting Cool Passengers

Dealpolitik: The Yahoo Paradox

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The Yahoo board seems to be officially in full retreat (if not virtual surrender) in response to the assaults from Dan Loeb’s Third Point which began last year. You know the litany: last year Yahoo sacked its CEO, and as this year began it hired a replacement. In December Yahoo...
Dealpolitik: The Yahoo Paradox
Google's Creative Destruction
New MacBook Pro an enormous pain to repair, says iFixit

Anthony Horowitz is absolutely right about publishers – apart from mine | John Mitchinson

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Don't deride crowd-funded publishing. We engage our readers and uphold qualityI enjoyed Anthony Horowitz's witty article about the writer's need for a publisher (The battle for books, 28 February). And I agreed with almost every word. Like him, working as an author and a publisher, I talk about books, not...
Anthony Horowitz is absolutely right about publishers – apart from mine | John Mitchinson

Has Apple ever been so cheap?

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Even a long-time Apple naysayer like Henry Blodget is talking about buying the stock FORTUNE -- In a 1,300-word Business Insider story in which he rattles off a litany of reasons why Apple's (AAPL) shares "crashed to a new low" Friday, Henry Blodget refers seven times to the stock price...
Has Apple ever been so cheap?

Purchased Play store apps gone missing? Google's looking into it

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Quite a few folks have seen many of the apps they paid cold, hard cash for have disappeared from their list of purchases after Google rebranded Android Market as the Play Store. We haven't had the problem ourselves, but according to a litany of posts on the XDA-Developers forums,...
Purchased Play store apps gone missing? Google's looking into it
Facebook IPO: lawsuits and accusations cloud the bigger issue

Where Kim Dotcom and Mega have the edge on Dropbox and Box.net

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As a world (in)famous technologist with the literal last name “Dotcom,” Kim Dotcom is a man whose swag is matched only by the damages sought against him by the U.S. government. His filesharing site Megaupload was long the ire of record companies and movie studios, who say it was a...
Where Kim Dotcom and Mega have the edge on Dropbox and Box.net
August Capital Raising $550M For Sixth Venture Fund

Identified Looks To Solve Social Media's Dirty Data Problem For Recruiters With Help From Former LinkedIn Data Gurus

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In November 2011, Identified emerged out of public beta on a mission to create a better professional job search engine. Built on top of Facebook data, Identified set out to nibble at LinkedIn’s lead in this space by giving both job seekers and companies a better way to connect —...
Identified Looks To Solve Social Media's Dirty Data Problem For Recruiters With Help From Former LinkedIn Data Gurus

George Entwistle: 23 years getting to the top of the BBC. Gone in 54 days

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He was the quiet man of the BBC. After spending nearly a quarter of a century in news and factual programmes - including as an award-winning head of Newsnight - he became director general. Then the Savile storm hit the corporationWhen George Entwistle was appointed as Director general of the...
George Entwistle: 23 years getting to the top of the BBC. Gone in 54 days

Great Job, NBC!

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It seems the favorite Olympic sport these days for everyone who didn't make the actual Olympics is to trash NBC for its horrendous Olympics coverage. There seem to be a litany of complaints, including: Tape delay Glitchy online streaming Obsessive focus on American athletes Boring up-close-and-personal docu-essays that interrupt the...
Great Job, NBC!
Nokia's SEC filing: slow Symbian sales and Windows Phone uncertainty

Jill Abramson and the wholly sexist narrative of the woman in power | Emily Bell

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The New York Times executive editor is apparently stubborn and snappy. Why must we focus on women's character traits?Happy newsrooms are all alike. Every unhappy newsroom is unhappy in its own way. The New York Times newsroom is unhappy because its editor is not very nice. Allegedly. This startling revelation comes...
Jill Abramson and the wholly sexist narrative of the woman in power | Emily Bell
Tablets as Computers, Tablets as Cable Boxes: Why the iPad Is Different

Slacker radio added to Xbox Live litany of services

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Streaming music provider Slacker has announced its availability on the Xbox Live service. The service allowing Xbox LIVE subscribers in the US and Canada to listen to millions of songs and hundreds of pre-programmed stations on an ad-supported basis, including a new videogame music soundtrack station curated by gaming culture...
Slacker radio added to Xbox Live litany of services
Don't start a band: why everyone should be making video games

Prison Sponser Tries To Delete Wikipedia Information After Sponsoring NCAA Football Stadium

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Wikipedia gets, what I think is, a bad wrap by the general public due to users being able to edit its pages. This isn't to say that there aren't ever problems, but I tend to think that the community does a pretty decent job of policing itself and much of...
Prison Sponser Tries To Delete Wikipedia Information After Sponsoring NCAA Football Stadium
Zynga Co-founder's Junyo Is Using Big Data To Help EdTech Companies Better Understand What Schools Really Need

Samsung Galaxy Note II for T-Mobile review

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More Info Samsung Galaxy Note II (N7100) review Samsung Galaxy Note II (T-Mobile) hands-on Samsung Galaxy Note II (AT&T) hands-on The Samsung Galaxy Note II is coming to America, and unlike its predecessor, it's not being as quiet about the move. In a completely unprecedented feat, the mammoth smartphone...
Samsung Galaxy Note II for T-Mobile review

Scosche debuts Revolt H4, a four-port, 10W USB charger at CTIA Wireless

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Say goodbye to swapping out the litany of chargers at your desk or nightstand. It's time to streamline, and the crew at Scosche have a rather nice solution. The company is taking the wraps off of its Revolt H4 USB charger, which offers four 10W (2.1A) USB ports that'll...
Scosche debuts Revolt H4, a four-port, 10W USB charger at CTIA Wireless
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