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Apple and Samsung finish closing arguments, jury to decide their fate

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It's just one among many, but the headlining case in the Apple v. Samsung global war is finally drawing to a close. Today, each party attempted to persuade the jury of nine one last time with their closing arguments, and with the rebuttals complete, it is time for deliberation....
Apple and Samsung finish closing arguments, jury to decide their fate

The Dealmaster: A grab bag of technology!

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Ars Technica presents "The Dealmaster," a short list of selected deals from our partners at LogicBuy. Each sale item has been chosen by Ars for its interest to our discerning audience. We will try this for the next several weeks to see if it's something that is useful to our...
The Dealmaster: A grab bag of technology!

Just Cause 2 on the PC is beautiful stupidity

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The first twenty minutes or so of Just Cause 2 are laughably bad. The voice acting is cringe inducing, the story doesn't exactly seem inspired, and the action is stilted as you try to get a feel for the controls. It's one of the worst openings for a good...
Just Cause 2 on the PC is beautiful stupidity

Hadoop updates search with MapR, Cloudera releases

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Users of the Hadoop data processing platform now have two more search engines to help them sort through their mountains of information....
Hadoop updates search with MapR, Cloudera releases

Syracuse makes real lava in parking lot for kicks (and science)

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Geology typically requires a suspension of our everyday sense of time to be appreciated. If you stare at a rock for a minute or two, you’re unlikely to be rewarded with much action—unless you throw it. But that doesn’t do it for everybody. What does do it for just...
Syracuse makes real lava in parking lot for kicks (and science)

Boulder Startup Week is May 15th through 19th, and you might get flown in for free

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We’re a pretty selective bunch here at Good Ship TNW. We get somewhere in the neighborhood of 10-15 requests for event partnership every week, but time and personnel constraints mean that we can only attend a very few of them. For the past two years, Boulder Startup Week has been...
Boulder Startup Week is May 15th through 19th, and you might get flown in for free
Google Earth helps son locate mother after 25 years
I was struck by lightning yesterday--and boy am I sore

SEOMoz CEO Rand Fishkin: How to earn tons of customers without spending money on crappy advertising

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SEOMoz CEO Rand Fishkin One of the most compelling things about SEOMoz co-founder Rand Fishkin is his complete transparency about the entrepreneurial voyage. Not many folks I know, lay it on the line quite like Rand, and because of that his talks are always engaging, funny and insightful. Fishkin delivered...
SEOMoz CEO Rand Fishkin: How to earn tons of customers without spending money on crappy advertising

And Here Is Why It Must Be So Cool To Work At The Top Of Apple (AAPL, GOOG)

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In his long interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook, Bloomberg BusinessWeek editor Josh Tyrangiel asked how always having to come up with yet another amazing gadget affects Cook personally. Cook's answer: There's more pressure that comes from within than from the outside. Our customers have an incredibly high bar for...
And Here Is Why It Must Be So Cool To Work At The Top Of Apple (AAPL, GOOG)

bea arthur+mountains+pizza pic of the day

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bea arthur+mountains+pizza pic of the day

Google's iOS Gmail app contains Steve Jobs tribute in its App Store screenshots

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It appears that Google pulled out all the stops when it came to getting its iOS Gmail app approved on Apple’s App Store, after it was revealed it included a little Steve Jobs tribute in the screenshots of its submission to the marketplace. As noted by Reddit user incepto, if...
Google's iOS Gmail app contains Steve Jobs tribute in its App Store screenshots

Mind-operated robot arm helps paralyzed woman have her cup o' joe (video)

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Researchers at the Braingate2 consortium have made a breakthrough that allows people with spinal cord or stroke injuries to control robotic limbs with their minds. The original project allowed subjects with motor cortex-implanted chips to move cursors on a screen with their minds, but they can now command DEKA...
Mind-operated robot arm helps paralyzed woman have her cup o' joe (video)

Bracketing – What Is It and What to do with the Images?

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{What is Bracketing?} Mark Upfield - www.MUphotographic.com In short, bracketing is taking the same photo more than once using different settings for different exposures. Why would you do this? Say you’re photographing a mountain landscape. The grass would require one setting to be properly exposed, the mountains would require another...
Bracketing – What Is It and What to do with the Images?
17 Great American Companies That Keep Mountains Of Cash Overseas Just Like Apple Does

India’s extreme north-east: Entering the dawn-lit mountains | The Economist

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India’s extreme north-east: Entering the dawn-lit mountains | The Economist

New Colonoscopy Tool Is Just Like Google Street View but for Your Butt

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Much more appealing than the inside of your colon. (Photo: Google Maps) There’s Google Street View for mountains and museums, but one thing Google still hasn’t managed to neatly chronicle is the inner workings of your digestive system. The company may not be getting into the medical business any time soon,...
New Colonoscopy Tool Is Just Like Google Street View but for Your Butt

More Than Any Other Industry, FinTech Needs Accelerators

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It’s not hard to glean why a barely-there, idea-stage startup might want to join an accelerator. The programs are designed to pump your company full of enough resources, networking, and advice to get a beta launch out the door. The small chunk of cash they offer in exchange for...
More Than Any Other Industry, FinTech Needs Accelerators

Nerdy New Mexico: Voyage through the Land of Engeekment

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Welcome to Nerdy New Mexico. CNET Crave blogger Amanda Kooser hits the road to track down a space chimp, the site of the first atomic bomb explosion, and a little place in the mountains called the Black Hole. [Read more]...
Nerdy New Mexico: Voyage through the Land of Engeekment
Photo sharing for realtors: Abodograph connects real estate agents with customers
Exploring the limits of 'Skyrim' is a descent into madness
How to blow $6 billion on a tech project

The story behind the iPad's home screen photo

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Filed under: iPadWhen Steve Jobs revealed the iPad back in January, viewers stared in breathless amazement, none more so than Richard Misrach, the artist whose photo is the default home screen image. He was sitting at home watching a movie when his phone rang. It was his agent, and he...
The story behind the iPad's home screen photo
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A view of Mars: the incredible 360-degree panorama from Curiosity
Dutch Architect Plans To Build A 12,000-Square-Foot 3D Printed House

Watch how Google captures the Canadian Arctic with its Street View Trekker backpack (Video)

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Google has been constantly updating its Maps and Google Earth apps with new Street View imagery in recent months. Earlier this month it began rolling out new imagery for famous mountains including Kilimanjaro and Everest, and now Google’s Street View team is hitting Northern Canada for the first time...
Watch how Google captures the Canadian Arctic with its Street View Trekker backpack (Video)
Google Launches "VetNet" To Help Military Veterans Re-Enter The Civilian Life, With Google+ As The "Plumbing"

AgilOne raises $10m from Mayfield and Sequoia, helps companies use big data to know their customers

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AgilOne, a service that is focused on improving customer retention for businesses, has announced it has received $10 million in funding from the Mayfield Fund and Sequoia Capital for its Series B investment. With fresh capital, the company will focus on building itself out while exploring expansion. Calling itself a...
AgilOne raises $10m from Mayfield and Sequoia, helps companies use big data to know their customers
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