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Zynga sues PyramidVille maker in trademark dispute

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Zynga, maker of FarmVille, CityVille and other popular social games,  has filed a trademark lawsuit against Kobojo, a startup based in France that makes a game called PyramidVille. Zynga says the game is being confused for one of its own, and the company asks the court to put a stop...
Zynga sues PyramidVille maker in trademark dispute

What's the story, Storyboard? This Web app helps you create an online multimedia press kit

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Quick and easy – two core underlying components of many of the best Web and mobile apps out there. Too many of the wrong features can confuse; not enough of the right features and, well, traction can be difficult to garner. With that in mind, Storyboard is the latest app...
What's the story, Storyboard? This Web app helps you create an online multimedia press kit

DTS and SRS Labs to combine into one big happy family

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You've probably heard of both DTS and SRS Labs or seen their logos, but you might not be able to explain exactly what these companies do. To put it simply: both enhance the sound from our electronics, and now, they'll be doing it together. In a cash-and-stock deal worth...
DTS and SRS Labs to combine into one big happy family

Treasures at sea: Check out these vintage sailboat logos for design inspiration

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Aye! Step aboard thar for me designer’s booty, ye landlubber! We’ve just discovered this collection of old pirate ship sailboat logomarks, and couldn’t help ourselves from indulging in all the vintage, hand-crafted goodness. From the looks of it, there are more than 500 designs here getting dusty on an old...
Treasures at sea: Check out these vintage sailboat logos for design inspiration

Xbox Surface: Specifications of a new tablet device leaked

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Only a few days after the alleged documentations of the Xbox 720, Kinect v2, and Kinect Glasses were leaked, today another document detailing the specifications for a tablet device named Xbox Surface has leaked. According to detailed obtained by Shifted2u, the new tablet device will be 7” in size with...
Xbox Surface: Specifications of a new tablet device leaked

The Revolution May Or May Not Be Branded

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The Occupy movement, or rallying cry, or whatever you want to call it, is by its nature decentralized. By refusing to come together under one banner other than the word “Occupy,” they’ve both diluted their message and allowed it to spread more quickly. You don’t need an Occupy license to...
The Revolution May Or May Not Be Branded

Meet Google's Doodle team: a group of artists and technologists who create '10 seconds' of homepage happiness (Video)

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CBS News sat down with the Google Doodle team on Friday to uncover the magic behind those famous, illustrated logos on the homepage. A group of 13 twenty-something artists and engineers make up the team who is responsible for some of the most iconic Doodles like Valentine’s Day Ferris Wheel, Frank...
Meet Google's Doodle team: a group of artists and technologists who create '10 seconds' of homepage happiness (Video)

Google & Bing's 2012 Veterans Day Logos

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Google and Bing have special logos and themes today to honor the United States of America’s Veterans on the US .com versions of their web sites. Both search engines typically have logos for this special day, but for some reason, Yahoo does not have a special logo today. In any...
Google & Bing's 2012 Veterans Day Logos

The evolution of tech companies' logos over time (Neatorama): http://bit.ly/2oF6ZE /via @jojeda

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The evolution of tech companies' logos over time (Neatorama): http://bit.ly/2oF6ZE /via @jojeda

New collection of work from masterful graphic designer, Paul Rand, emerges

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If you have yet to hear of Paul Rand, a designer known for his work developing the logos of IBM, UPS, ABC, NeXT and countless others, you’re going to need to head over to his gallery and Wiki. As surfaced by Steven Heller of Imprint, a significant collection of work has recently...
New collection of work from masterful graphic designer, Paul Rand, emerges

How to Build Your Brand Working For Someone Else

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This is a guest post by Lisa Barone and part of a series of guest posts that will be featured on the Bruce Clay, Inc. blog all week long. Lisa outlines the benefits and how-tos of personal branding within an organization. Read on and enjoy! Photo by vauvau, CC-BY...
How to Build Your Brand Working For Someone Else
Children's cancer center leverages superheroes to help patients through chemotherapy

Startups and brand protection in the UK – What you need to know

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Following on from the recent article published here on The Next Web about protecting your brand in the U.S, we thought you may like to get the low down on how to protect your brand in the UK. Branding can be about slogans, logos, product or service names, business names...
Startups and brand protection in the UK – What you need to know

Will the Real <Your Site Here> Please Stand Up?

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Webmaster Level: IntermediateIn our recent post on the Google Online Security Blog, we described our system for identifying phishing pages. Of the millions of webpages that our scanners analyze for phishing, we successfully identify 9 out of 10 phishing pages. Our classification system only incorrectly flags a non-phishing site as...
Will the Real <Your Site Here> Please Stand Up?

Node modular iOS sensor hands-on

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With the spate of bad publicity surrounding all those Kickstarter projects that never make it beyond the funding stage, there's a certain surreality to actually holding a crowd-funded device in your hands. But here it is, the Node, a project we highlighted in its infancy, way back in February....
Node modular iOS sensor hands-on

NounProject has 100′s of beautiful, free pictographs for Web and mobile design

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Pictures often speak louder than words, and if you take a look at the way-finding symbols that surround any given urban area, you’ll see how visual representations reach beyond cultural and language barriers, communicating ideas instantly. The Noun Project has been building a catalog of these types of symbols for quite a while now,...
NounProject has 100′s of beautiful, free pictographs for Web and mobile design

SOASTA, Inc. – Delivering Performance Intelligence

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SOASTA has harnessed the immense power of Cloud Computing to become the leading provider of cloud testing, which businesses use to test the real-world performance of their web applications. Customers of all sizes use SOASTA CloudTest On-Demand services to realistically, rapidly and affordably eliminate web performance issues during development...
SOASTA, Inc. – Delivering Performance Intelligence

Marketing Day: April 1, 2013

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Here’s our daily recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web. From Marketing Land: Google’s New “Rounded Number” Policy For Special Logos Reacting to criticism that it ran a logo honoring the 86th birthday... Please visit Marketing Land for...
Marketing Day: April 1, 2013

Think you can tell the difference between Arial and Helvetica? Prove it with this quiz

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Since emerging in 1982, Monotype Imaging‘s Arial has received its fair share of criticism, having long been regarded as a significantly uglier stand-in for Helvetica. That Microsoft endorsed Arial as a Helvetica alternative to avoid paying royalties has only made things worse. Yes, professional typographers and type designers can easily tell the...
Think you can tell the difference between Arial and Helvetica? Prove it with this quiz

i have great new logos for scarybirds thanks to Stu and Yvette and family http://scarybirds.com/sites/scarybirds.com/files/sphere.png

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i have great new logos for scarybirds thanks to Stu and Yvette and family http://scarybirds.com/sites/scarybirds.com/files/sphere.png

Videolicious Relaunches Its App For Mobile Video Editing, Raises $1.4 Million From Amazon And Others

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Last year, we wrote about an app called Videolicious designed to quickly let users create videos without having any editing expertise. The startup has been refining its app since then, and just released a new version to improve automatic video creation. In addition to the release of the new app,...
Videolicious Relaunches Its App For Mobile Video Editing, Raises $1.4 Million From Amazon And Others

74 Simply Stunning Line Art Logos For Inspiration

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74 Simply Stunning Line Art Logos For Inspiration

Nomadesk widget offers an easy way to share files

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There are plenty of file backup and sharing services out there, but a company called Nomadesk has been trying to stand out recently by adding novel, easy ways to share your content. The latest addition is the Nomadesk widget, which customers can embed on their site to share their documents...
Nomadesk widget offers an easy way to share files

Apple displays iOS 7 banner at Moscone ahead of WWDC

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  This slideshow requires JavaScript. Apple has been steadily preparing the Moscone Center in San Francisco for its Worldwide Developer Conference all week long. Today banners for iOS 7 appeared featuring a very colorful and thin “7″ denoting the version of the software Apple will preview on Monday. We’ll be...
Apple displays iOS 7 banner at Moscone ahead of WWDC

QUIZ: Can You Identify These Tech Companies Just By Looking At Their Logos?

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Back in the dotcom era, mascots were a staple in startups. Everyone remembers the Pets.com handpuppet. After the boom and bust, startups started shifting to more serious-looking logos. But now we're seeing more startups having a bit of fun with their logos and mascots. New companies use logos effectively when...
QUIZ: Can You Identify These Tech Companies Just By Looking At Their Logos?

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 available on Verizon March 7th for $600

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We've known that the Galaxy Note 10.1 was destined for Verizon Wireless as early as CES two months ago, but now Big Red has finally supplied us with details on when and how much. The carrier will begin offering the Note 10.1 this Thursday, and all it will cost...
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 available on Verizon March 7th for $600

Two Open Source Communities Battle It Out Over Trademarks

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Trademarks are a fickle beast. It seems that no matter what you do, no matter what you name your product or service, no matter how you color your shape your logo, someone comes along and claims that you are infringing their own trademark. Sometimes the trademarks are within the same...
Two Open Source Communities Battle It Out Over Trademarks

Microsoft Office for iOS gets blurrycam treatment in weird party-room

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What you see before you is a single image purporting to be Microsoft's new Office app for iOS. We can certainly believe such an app exists, and according to The Daily, the UI is similar to OneNote with an added dash of Metro. You'll be able to produce and...
Microsoft Office for iOS gets blurrycam treatment in weird party-room
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A Perfect Dichotomy

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Holy cats! I stumbled into a storm. At play here: the difference between a business need and a passionate class of worker. Here’s the story: I am starting a new blog project. I asked my friend, John, if they designed logos, as he’s doing my site work. He said, no,...
A Perfect Dichotomy
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