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The Engadget Show returns with DJ Spooky and Google, Saturday February 18th!

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Happy Valentine's week! What better way to show that we care than with an exciting new February edition of the Engadget Show? We're moving to bigger digs this time out, bringing the magic to the Times Center in midtown Manhattan. Hopefully it will be large enough to contain all...
The Engadget Show returns with DJ Spooky and Google, Saturday February 18th!
Inside 'Apple Anonymous': The Secret Society of Apple's Retail Army

Japan's Recruit Co. Acquires Indeed.com To Extend Jobs Reach From US To Asia

techcrunch.com
Amid all the recent brouhaha over why Craigslist has failed to improve for so long (in part leading to frustrated developers building things) the entire classifieds market continues to chug along in its various guises. One of those is the more formal recruitment industry – and today Recruit Co. Ltd,...
Japan's Recruit Co. Acquires Indeed.com To Extend Jobs Reach From US To Asia

Samsung Makes A Big Play for the Mobile Enterprise

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Samsung is taking aggressive steps to reach deep into the enterprise with plans for a suite of mobile collaboration applications and partnerships with the likes of Cisco, Microsoft, Oracle and a host of others. The collaborative tools including enterprise email, instant messaging security, mobile device management, unified communications, customer relationship...
Samsung Makes A Big Play for the Mobile Enterprise
Preview of Analog Camera for iPhone by Realmac Software
Google reveals why it's killing Google Reader

Boston Police Are Catfishing Locals To Bust Punk Rock Shows

www.techdirt.com
The last time I bothered to read about anything involving the internet term "catfishing", it was to discuss how Deadspin broke the story of Manti T'eo and his fake, but still quite beloved, dead girlfriend. I'll admit I was unfamiliar with the term before that, but I have since discovered...
Boston Police Are Catfishing Locals To Bust Punk Rock Shows

Albumatic and Cluster try a fresh take on an old problem: group photo-sharing

gigaom.com
Pitches for group photo-sharing apps are sort of like pitches for “the Instagram for video” products: they are usually treated with caution. Lots of people have tried to crack the nut, but we haven’t seen any clear winners yet. Color was one of the most high-profile attempts at letting friends...
Albumatic and Cluster try a fresh take on an old problem: group photo-sharing

Boston Police Are Catfishing Locals To Bust Punk Rock Shows

www.techdirt.com
The last time I bothered to read about anything involving the internet term "catfishing", it was to discuss how Deadspin broke the story of Manti T'eo and his fake, but still quite beloved, dead girlfriend. I'll admit I was unfamiliar with the term before that, but I have since discovered...
Boston Police Are Catfishing Locals To Bust Punk Rock Shows
Salesforce.com Offers Replacement To Corporate Intranet And Moves Farther From CRM Roots

Review: Feed Wrangler for iOS, RSS for the modern world

9to5mac.com
Feed Wrangler for iOS Google Reader is dead. We know this for certain as Google announced earlier in March that it plans to pull the plug on its RSS service on July 1, 2013. Google’s announcement caught the good people of the Internet by surprise and left us wondering, “What...
Review: Feed Wrangler for iOS, RSS for the modern world

Ellison hawks Oracle's cloud stack, calls out Salesforce.com

www.computerworld.com
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison made a vigorous sales pitch on Tuesday for his company's next-generation Fusion Applications and underlying technology platform, saying they constitute a more modern approach to cloud-based software than offerings from rivals like Salesforce.com....
Ellison hawks Oracle's cloud stack, calls out Salesforce.com
Tate Modern brings a guided museum tour to Twitter to highlight its Lichtenstein exhibit
SportStream adds a Facebook feed to its personalized second screen app, makes viewing at home tough to beat
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