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ABC's livestreaming TV app comes to Kindle Fire

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Following its initial launch on iOS, broadcast television network ABC is bringing its livestreaming app “Watch ABC” to Amazon’s Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD, the company announced today. The app itself will bring live TV to the Kindle Fire as its broadcasted on regular television. It also offers...
ABC's livestreaming TV app comes to Kindle Fire

Barnes & Noble working on a new Nook, finally going international

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Barnes & Noble is reportedly working on a new e-reader device that could help the book publisher take on both Amazon and the international market. Barnes & Noble’s line of Nook e-reader devices, which first debuted in 2009, are helping the company boost its digital sales of e-books. The Nook...
Barnes & Noble working on a new Nook, finally going international
Vine finally lets you embed its bite-sized videos on the web

Inkling squeezes interactive ebooks onto your iPhone

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After schooling the publishing industry on how interactive ebooks could be tackled on the iPad, Inkling is now focusing on the iPhone’s much smaller screen with its latest release. Inkling 3.0 brings the company’s extensive library of digital textbooks, cookbooks, and Frommer’s travel guides to the iPhone and iPod...
Inkling squeezes interactive ebooks onto your iPhone

A Start-Up Factory Media Guys Like: K2 Raises $7.5 Million

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Some start-up investors spray and pray — tossing smallish checks to lots of hatchling companies in the hopes that a few of them pan out. Media/tech investors Daniel Klaus and Kevin Wendle are at the other end of the spectrum: Their K2 Media holding company is making a few bets, and...
A Start-Up Factory Media Guys Like: K2 Raises $7.5 Million

Amazon Instant Video now available on Nintendo Wii

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If you haven’t yet upgraded to Nintendo‘s newest console, the Wii U, and are still stuck on the original Wii, not all hope is lost. The company is still supporting the older console. Case in point: they just announced availability of Amazon’s Instant Video service on the Wii console, which...
Amazon Instant Video now available on Nintendo Wii
YouTube adds 'TV remote' feature to tons of smart TVs & set-top boxes
Amazon smartphone may be comin' down the chimney tonight
Nokia and AOL team up to create Entrance by Aol, a Lumia-only entertainment hub

Google sees you as a Google user, even if you use an iPhone -- or no phone at all

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Early Bird Tickets on Sale RANCHO PALOS VERDES, Calif. — Just a few weeks after announcing its music subscription service, Google will be bringing it to iOS. Sundar Pichai, the senior vice president overseeing Android and Chrome at Google, made the promise today...
Google sees you as a Google user, even if you use an iPhone -- or no phone at all

Reimagine this: Microsoft releases Windows 8 commercial

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Microsoft is putting Windows 8 in front of as many consumers as possible starting with television commercials that began airing today. Microsoft’s Windows 8 is the latest operating system, and perhaps one of the biggest changes the company has made on the OS to date. It gets rid of...
Reimagine this: Microsoft releases Windows 8 commercial

Google Play gets a bright new look in latest redesign

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Early Bird Tickets on Sale The first thing you’ll notice about the latest version of Google Play is how bright it is. You may have already forgotten, but the previous version of Play was dark — too dark, and somewhat ugly and cluttered. With...
Google Play gets a bright new look in latest redesign
UBS: Half of new iPads sold will tap into 4G

The Future Of Space: Hear From StarTalk Host Neil deGrasse Tyson At IGNITION

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Ever wondered what it's like to die in a black hole? Or what you need to pack for a mission to Mars? Wonder no more. Neil deGrasse Tyson, astrophysicist and director of the Hayden Planetarium, is here to answer those questions. Tyson hosts the wildly popular podcast show StarTalk...
The Future Of Space: Hear From StarTalk Host Neil deGrasse Tyson At IGNITION
Shazam's new Windows Phone app integrates with Xbox Music
Amazon Prime Instant Video app finally arrives on the iPhone, but without Airplay
Better late than never? Barnes & Noble launching UltraViolet video store for the Nook
Report: Smaller iPad coming later this year

Sponsor post: Big data analytics is hot and getting hotter; 5 trends explain why

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Big data analytics leader Pentaho Corporation has identified five key trends driving the market: 1. The big data platforms ecosystem is exploding: The popularity of several open-source big data platforms such as Hadoop, MongoDB, Cassandra and HBase is growing enormously, making it technically and economically viable to store and analyze big...
Sponsor post: Big data analytics is hot and getting hotter; 5 trends explain why

SlideShark now lets you broadcast presentations live from your iPhone or iPad

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As if SlideShark’s ability to accurately replay your PowerPoint presentations from the cloud on iOS devices wasn’t useful enough, the app can now let anyone watch along live as you present your slides. The new SlideShark Broadcasting feature is launching today as part of the free SlideShark 3.0 iPhone...
SlideShark now lets you broadcast presentations live from your iPhone or iPad
Google wisely delays Nexus Q consumer launch

New fund Third Rome Black River Ventures is set to invest up to $50m in Russian startups

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The Third Rome investment company from Russia has entered the local venture market with its newly created fund Third Rome Black River Ventures (TR BR), focusing on local startups in the fields of e-commerce, digital content, online ticket reservations, social media, mobile and cloud technologies, and online advertising. Following long...
New fund Third Rome Black River Ventures is set to invest up to $50m in Russian startups
Google News gets a tablet-friendly refresh

Companies rush to protect IT breakthroughs

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As companies strive to regain the ground lost to the recession, CEOs are talking a lot about innovation. Some have decreed that a certain percentage of revenue must come from brand-new products and services each year. If CEOs want innovation, then CIOs ought to want patents. Not for internal...
Companies rush to protect IT breakthroughs

Rumor Has It This Googler Will Be Marissa Mayer's First Big Hire At Yahoo (GOOG, YHOO)

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Four separate industry sources tell us they have heard that new Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's first big hire will be Henrique De Castro, Google's president of "Global Media, Mobile & Platforms." None of these sources know what De Castro's job will be, but one suggested his responsibilties will be "sales and...
Rumor Has It This Googler Will Be Marissa Mayer's First Big Hire At Yahoo (GOOG, YHOO)

Google debuts slick ad showing off LG's Nexus 4 & Google Now (video)

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Google used a prime-time advertising slot during Grammy Awards last night to show off the popular Nexus 4 smartphone and many uses of its Siri competitor Google Now. The Nexus 4 is one of the hottest Android phones on the market due to solid feature set and its relatively...
Google debuts slick ad showing off LG's Nexus 4 & Google Now (video)
Shazam updates its iPad app with auto-tagging and integration with Spotify & Rdio
Rhapsody looks to steal some Spotify magic with sleek new iPad app
Pandora finally hits Windows Phone: Coming early 2013
Showyou finally lets you multitask during Airplay streaming
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