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Bravo's Silicon Valley Reality Star Says The Experience Has 'Been A Nightmare'
Photoshop Touch for iPhone: Impressive features on a small screen
Offline: a day with a little bit of Internet

Google Knowledge Graph coming to all English-speaking nations tomorrow, adds lists to results

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Google launched its contextual and intelligent search service, Knowledge Graph, only a few months ago. Till now, its been limited in its availability and, while most nations will still be left out, tomorrow it will becoming to all "English-speaking" countries. The ability to discern your intended search goal and...
Google Knowledge Graph coming to all English-speaking nations tomorrow, adds lists to results

LOLs Acquired: Here Are YouTube's Next 16 Comics

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About a month ago, YouTube put out a request to its creators, asking for the funniest among them to apply and be considered for the newest version of its YouTube Next Creator program. While YouTube has previously sought creators in health and fitness, cooking, and vlogging categories, this time around...
LOLs Acquired: Here Are YouTube's Next 16 Comics

Engadget Mobile Podcast 164 - CES special - 01.09.13 show 1

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It's hear, it's happening -- CES 2013. Brad and Myriam (plus a little bit of Tim) took to the stage for the first day of the conference proper. So, if you want to know what's going down with mobile in Vegas this week, here's a good place to start....
Engadget Mobile Podcast 164 - CES special - 01.09.13 show 1

Galaxy Note 8.0 coming to the US on April 11th for $400

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If you want a (semi) pocketable S Pen experience, well, then the 5.5-inch Galaxy Note II is the device for you. If you want something more akin to carrying around a digital legal pad, there's the well proportioned Note 10.1. But if one note is too small for you,...
Galaxy Note 8.0 coming to the US on April 11th for $400
Yves Behar says Apple is behind on software design
Me and You and Everyone We Know: The Many (Many, Many) Faces of Internet Multiples

Ridiculous: SEC Boss Refused To Move Forward On Required Crowdfunding Rules To Protect Her 'Legacy'

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Earlier this year, the JOBS Act passed Congress with widespread bipartisan support, and was signed into law by the President. There were a few different pieces involved, but one that got plenty of attention was the opening up of crowdfunding for equity (i.e., owning actual shares in a company). In...
Ridiculous: SEC Boss Refused To Move Forward On Required Crowdfunding Rules To Protect Her 'Legacy'
Building for the Internet of things (and the demise of the client-server model)

TDK introduces new wireless Boombox and two new weatherproof speakers

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TDK's Boombox rocked minds and windows alike with its modern take on a retro classic. Buoyed by its success, the casette-maker of old is back with new audio hardware at IFA. Three devices, again on the speaker front. First up is the Boombox Wireless, which is a similar, but...
TDK introduces new wireless Boombox and two new weatherproof speakers

Apple value falls below $400bn, as Warren Buffett says 'ignore critics'

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Tech company's stock price hit all-time high in September with $705.07 per share, but stocks now at 52-week lowApple's value fell below $400bn for the first time in a year on Monday, as the prominent investor Warren Buffett said the company should ignore its critics and stick to running its...
Apple value falls below $400bn, as Warren Buffett says 'ignore critics'

AT&T matches Verizon smartphone for smartphone; activates 8.6M iPhones

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It doesn’t matter how long AT&T has had the iPhone; it just keeps selling more. Ma Bell had another record-setting quarter thanks to Apple, activating 8.6 million iPhones and selling a total of 10.2 million smartphones overall in the last three months of 2012. Of those 8.6 million iPhones, only...
AT&T matches Verizon smartphone for smartphone; activates 8.6M iPhones

Obama gets funky: White House releases dubstep video ahead of State of the Union address

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Much like its response to the public petition to build a Death Star, the latest video uploaded to the official White House YouTube channel once again proves that presidential administration is at least somewhat in tune (or perhaps in step?) with today’s popular culture. Rather than release a string...
Obama gets funky: White House releases dubstep video ahead of State of the Union address

After Doug Kass Tweeted Apple Might Do A Stock Split, He Started Selling His Shares (AAPL)

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Here's something that will make you feel a little bit queasy. Yesterday, investment manager, and media personality, Doug Kass tweeted a rumor that Apple was going to announce a stock split today. Right around the time he fired off his tweet, Apple's stock was taking off, erasing a loss on...
After Doug Kass Tweeted Apple Might Do A Stock Split, He Started Selling His Shares (AAPL)

Week in review: Craigslist creeps, Samsung Galaxy S III, and copyright trolls

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"Free babysitting": how would-be pedophiles use Craigslist—and how they get caught: Craigslist is full of outrageous and ridiculous ads. But what happens when the guy offering "free babysitting" and asking for young girls' panties isn't kidding—and when he wants to meet children in person for sex? Samsung Galaxy S...
Week in review: Craigslist creeps, Samsung Galaxy S III, and copyright trolls

Meet Boo, 'The World's Cutest Dog'--And The Secret Facebook Employee Behind Him

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Today, a great world mystery was solved by Mike Isaac, a writer at tech news site AllThingsD. Isaac unmasked the owner of Boo, "the world's cutest dog." No, really. Boo is the world's cutest dog. Google it. Or check out the book that came out last year. According to Isaac,...
Meet Boo, 'The World's Cutest Dog'--And The Secret Facebook Employee Behind Him

See how this UW football print ad comes to life with your smartphone

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This UW ad in Friday’s paper comes to live with the Aurasma app. Many out there believe print media is doomed, and that no one needs to pick up a newspaper when everything is available for free — well, sometimes — on the Internet. But what about something that...
See how this UW football print ad comes to life with your smartphone

A Full-Stack Web Team Will Provide Much-Needed Breadth And Depth To Your Startup

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Editor’s note: Phil Freo leads the engineering team at ElasticSales. Previously he was at Quizlet and Google. Follow him on Twitter. There is often confusion about the various roles of a web engineering team. I have had to explain, even to technical recruiters, the differences between these roles and that the lines...
A Full-Stack Web Team Will Provide Much-Needed Breadth And Depth To Your Startup
Unlocked iPhone 5 won't be available in the US right away, will start at $649

BarkBox, The Birchbox For Dog Lovers, Launches Companion Mobile App

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BarkBox, the subscription-based service that sends pet owners a box of goodies on a monthly basis, has launched a companion mobile application. The app isn’t merely a mini version of the online service, but is meant to complement Barbox.com by offering unique features like the ability to buy individual items,...
BarkBox, The Birchbox For Dog Lovers, Launches Companion Mobile App

Google Launches Mobile Backend Starter, A One-Click Deployable Cloud Backend For Android Apps

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Google today announced the launch of its Mobile Backend Starter that allows Android developers to deploy a basic cloud infrastructure for their apps that runs on Google’s App Engine. Mobile Backend Starter provides developers with a one-click deployable mobile backend and a client-side framework for Android that provides them with...
Google Launches Mobile Backend Starter, A One-Click Deployable Cloud Backend For Android Apps

Law Professor: Facebook Hoards Deceased Users' Personal Data

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An expert in intellectual property law has written a paper arguing for a federal law that allows users to determine what happens to their "digital assets" after they die.  "Virtually no law regulates what happens to a person's online existence after his or her death," author Jason Mazzone, a law professor at...
Law Professor: Facebook Hoards Deceased Users' Personal Data

Embracing adventure with our co-founder Boris at #TNW2013

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Organizing an event like The Next Web Conference is a monumental task that it comes with its usual share of pressures, pay-offs and unexpected moments. So how is Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten, co-founder of The Next Web, able to keep tabs on everything that’s happening while also providing space for...
Embracing adventure with our co-founder Boris at #TNW2013

How to Use Games, Hacking Contests To Find Workers

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While college recruitment and job fairs still have a place in the employment world, a little bit of creativity and social media know-how is worth its weight in talent if done the right way.  Bringing new and creative people into a business is a difficult task, so some agencies are...
How to Use Games, Hacking Contests To Find Workers

Google, Facebook And Twitter Ordered To Delete Photos By UK Law Enforcement

www.techdirt.com
It seems that, once again, the UK is going censorship crazy and not realizing how that only attacts more attention to that which they're trying to censor. This time, it involves some photos that were posted online of one Jon Venables, who at the age of 10, murdered 2-year old...
Google, Facebook And Twitter Ordered To Delete Photos By UK Law Enforcement

Carol Bartz Gave Great Advice About Failure To UW Madison Grads

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Former Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz was the keynote speaker at her alma mater, the University of Wisconsin-Madison yesterday. She spoke about what it was like to earn a computer science degree as a woman back in the 1970s, and offered a lot of advice about failure. A few highlights: *Always...
Carol Bartz Gave Great Advice About Failure To UW Madison Grads

ABI: Galaxy Note and other phablets will ship at 208 million a year by 2015, blot out the sun

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Some of us aren't convinced that phablets will last as more than a short-term success. That hasn't stopped ABI Research from predicting that enough of the size XXL smartphones will sell to block all natural sunlight. The study team sees phones like the Galaxy Note and Optimus Vu as...
ABI: Galaxy Note and other phablets will ship at 208 million a year by 2015, blot out the sun

TNW supports the Declaration of Internet Freedom. You should too

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There are lots of calls to action across the Internet that we, both individually and as a company, can choose to support. We get emails about them almost on a daily basis. So when the Declaration of Internet Freedom came across our desk today, we were pleasantly surprised to see that it...
TNW supports the Declaration of Internet Freedom. You should too
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