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Coming Soon: Icahn Vs. Ricci?

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Coming Soon: Icahn Vs. Ricci?: Agustino Fontevecchia of Forbes: Carl Icahn just won't sit tight.  In a filing released after market hours on Monday, the billionaire investor revealed a 9.3% passive stake in Nuance Communications, a voice-recognition company reportedly behind Apple's Siri.  Shares in the company surged in after-hours trading....
Coming Soon: Icahn Vs. Ricci?
Review: WeatherSnitch 2 is a sleek, feature-packed weather app for the iPhone
Greenpeace barely applauds Apple's clean power data center plans
Wikimedia readies its 'WYSIWYG' visual editor for English-language Wikipedia articles starting early July
PR isn't rocket science. Just ask Keith Rabois

Feature Friday: Concierge

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Eighty percent of all music listening happens in lean back mode where someone or something plays the music for you. That's a fact. I am not sure where I saw it, but I believe it to be true based on my own music listening experience. That's why I haven't found...
Feature Friday: Concierge

DailyDirt: Where In The Brain?

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The US government has announced it's going to fund a massive amount of brain research. The brain has been studied for a long time, but there have been some false starts such as phrenology. With modern science and technology, we might be able to understand a bit more about how...
DailyDirt: Where In The Brain?
Facebook rumored to be going after Microsoft's Atlas ad platform
Apple is releasing four new Lightning cables today (USB, SDCard, Digital AV, VGA), New iPads will require more wattage

Why Brick-And-Mortar Still Beats E-Commerce, An Analysis

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Editor’s note: Mike Ghaffary is the vice president of business development at Yelp. He also co-founded Stitcher and BarMax, the $1,000 iPhone app, and is a former VC. Follow him on Twitter at @newmike. Marc Andreessen and Reid Hoffman recently debated whether software would eat traditional retail, leaving no brick-and-mortar presence behind. Both articles noted that e-commerce...
Why Brick-And-Mortar Still Beats E-Commerce, An Analysis

Microsoft's BUILD 2012 developer conference is now open for registrations

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Microsoft revealed full details of its annual BUILD developer conference a couple of weeks back, with the 2012 event running from October 30 – November 2 at its campus in Redmond, Washington. If you’re keen to attend and can stomach the $1595 fee (rising to $2095 if you’re not an...
Microsoft's BUILD 2012 developer conference is now open for registrations

Dell Considers Going Private, Again

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Shares of computer and IT company Dell are soaring and were briefly halted on word of a report by Bloomberg News that the company is in talks to go private. Bloomberg’s chatty banker sources say that Del is in talks to do a deal with at least two private equity...
Dell Considers Going Private, Again

Klout Launches a Business Product -- And It's About Time

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Klout is doing something it should have done a long time ago. The company on Wednesday launched Klout for Business, the company’s first foray into offering a complimentary toolset to brands in order for them to better understand the most influential people talking about specific brands across social networks. Specifically,...
Klout Launches a Business Product -- And It's About Time
CHART OF THE DAY: The iPhone's Market Share Is Dead In The Water (AAPL, GOOG, MSFT, GOOG)

Samsung locks up Sharp as long-time screen provider

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Japan's Sharp has secured a US$110 million lifeline investment from Samsung Electronics, and agreed to become a major supplier of screens for the South Korean company's growing electronics empire....
Samsung locks up Sharp as long-time screen provider

Google Reader, please don't go -- I need you to do my job

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When I learned Wednesday night that Google Reader is shutting down, I literally broke into a sweat. Like many journalists, I’ve come to rely on the 242 RSS subscriptions I manage through Google Reader. It’s the first thing I check every morning — second only to making a cup of...
Google Reader, please don't go -- I need you to do my job

Republican Study Committee Dumps Derek Khanna, Author Of Copyright Reform Brief, After Members Complain

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We'd heard this last week, but it's now been confirmed that, due to significant lobbying pressure by the entertainment industry and (even more so) the US Chamber of Commerce, Derek Khanna, the Republican Study Committee staffer who penned the first thoughtful policy brief on copyright reform to come out of...
Republican Study Committee Dumps Derek Khanna, Author Of Copyright Reform Brief, After Members Complain

TomTom confirms new Android navigation app, available in October

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It’s been a long time coming, but finally Dutch satellite navigation specialist TomTom has announced that it will release a dedicated Android app, launching with on-board maps, intelligent routing and HD Traffic services in October. The company will be showing off the new app at the IFA consumer electronics trade...
TomTom confirms new Android navigation app, available in October

Explainer: what the ebook settlement means for publishers, Apple and you

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The states unveiled a deal this week that, if approved, would see consumers collect a refund of 25 cents to $1.32 for each ebook they bought from big publishers. It’s splashy news but the reality is more complicated. Here’s an easy-to-read explanation of the latest twist in the fight over...
Explainer: what the ebook settlement means for publishers, Apple and you
Motorola advisor Guy Kawasaki hints at rumored customizable hardware for upcoming smartphones

CitySocialising goes mobile and becomes Citysocializer, helping you tap social scenes wherever you roam

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Founded in 2007 by former BBC producer Sanchita Saha, CitySocialising may not be a name that immediately rolls off your tongue when discussing social networks. But the London-based company has carved a niche for itself in the UK for those wishing to take their online networking offline into the real world,...
CitySocialising goes mobile and becomes Citysocializer, helping you tap social scenes wherever you roam

U.S. mobile buyouts may meet their end in 2013

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After starting amid the smoldering ruins of AT&T and T-Mobile USA's failed merger, 2012 ended as a big year for mobile carrier deals in the U.S., and possibly a final changing of the guard for a long time....
U.S. mobile buyouts may meet their end in 2013

Tim Cook: Apple will spend $100M to build Macs in US next year

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The very private CEO of Apple, Tim Cook, gave his first two wide-ranging interviews and both will publish Thursday. And he even made some news: Apple is bringing some of its manufacturing, for at least one product, the Mac, back home to the U.S., he revealed in a Q&A with...
Tim Cook: Apple will spend $100M to build Macs in US next year
Facebook Insiders Will Soon Be Able To Dump 1 Billion Shares -- You Have Been Warned!

Apple's Most Important Executives Detail Everything That Stinks About The TV Industry (AAPL)

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For over a year now, we've been waiting for an Apple television. And if the current line of reports is accurate, we might be waiting another year before it materializes. Whenever it's finally released, it will have been years in the making. Apple has been thinking about the television market...
Apple's Most Important Executives Detail Everything That Stinks About The TV Industry (AAPL)
"Sponsor Content" Doesn't Fool Anyone Except Advertisers
Blip to publishers: we're going to monetize your videos, whether you like it or not
Next-generation Xbox might be delayed to 2014 due to chip production issues

8 years in the making: Half-Life 1 remake Black Mesa Source is here

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The Source-engine based remake of the original Half-Life has finally arrived. Black Mesa Source began development in 2004 as a fan-made reworking of the original classic by Valve Software and had been dubbed vaporware many times over the course of its life. Now, anyone with a PC and a copy...
8 years in the making: Half-Life 1 remake Black Mesa Source is here

This is ridiculous: Microsoft no longer accepts long passwords, shortens them for you

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Microsoft doesn’t like it if you use long passwords in Hotmail. In fact, the software giant won’t let you use a really long one anymore, and recently started prompting users to only enter the first 16 characters of their password. As you can see in the screenshot above, courtesy of...
This is ridiculous: Microsoft no longer accepts long passwords, shortens them for you
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?