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Bug in Apple's iOS 6.0 triggers multiple downloads of podcasts, causing big data overages
Foxconn Workers Go On Strike Over Insane Demands, Disrupting iPhone 5 Production (AAPL)
Google Wallet's not just for credit cards; here's what it might hold in the future
Oh great: New attack makes some password cracking faster, easier than ever
Apple Rumor Patrol: The Next iPhone Is Nearly Here--Will It Be NFC-Ready?

Is Real-Time Search Still Waiting for Mainstream Adoption?

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Real-time search is very different from regular search. After studying about 1 million queries on real-time search engine Collecta, researchers at Pennsylvania State University came to the conclusion that - relative to regular search - users of real-time search engines tend to search less for adult topics and focus more...
Is Real-Time Search Still Waiting for Mainstream Adoption?

Onkyo DS-A5 grafts AirPlay on to existing home stereos, docks older iOS gear

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Embracing AirPlay has usually involved a wholesale switch in hardware: years of speaker investment go out the window for the sake of skipping a wire. Onkyo doesn't have a problem if you bring your own equipment to the fray. Its new DS-A5 docking station brings Apple's WiFi media streaming...
Onkyo DS-A5 grafts AirPlay on to existing home stereos, docks older iOS gear

Inexplicable: Jeff Price Pushed Out Of TuneCore, Despite Tremendous Success In Helping Artists

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We always talk about how various industries are changing such that gatekeepers are history and enablers are the future. One of the most impressive enablers around in the music industry has been TuneCore, a company built up over the last half-decade or so to provide artists with direct access to...
Inexplicable: Jeff Price Pushed Out Of TuneCore, Despite Tremendous Success In Helping Artists

Hacker Cosmo on how he bypassed Google's two-step authentication and stole personal data

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After Wired's Mat Honan lost and subsequently recovered his personal data last month, he dove into the world of hackers and found out just how easy it is to obtain secure account information from a variety of sites. Honan was put in contact with Cosmo, a hacker responsible for...
Hacker Cosmo on how he bypassed Google's two-step authentication and stole personal data

Not a fan of the new icons in Gmail? Here’s how to switch them back to text

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When we use a product daily we get used to how it looks and feels. For a product like Gmail, the experience of using it is so important since we spend hours upon hours checking our email every day. Gmail launched its new design last November and for the most...
Not a fan of the new icons in Gmail? Here’s how to switch them back to text

Would The US Extradite UK Blogger For Linking To Works In The Public Domain In Other Countries?

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James Firth has an interesting post, talking about some of the more ridiculous consequences of current US law enforcement interpretation of copyright law. Looking at the case of Richard O'Dwyer, the computer science student that the US is getting closer to extraditing to the US to face criminal copyright infringement...
Would The US Extradite UK Blogger For Linking To Works In The Public Domain In Other Countries?

The opportunity to redefine the feed reader experience

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I’ve used Google Reader almost everyday since 2008. I’m bummed it’s going away. And, clearly, I’m not alone. Millions of people are using Google Reader — evidence that there is still demand for a great utility to consume content in one location. It may not make sense for Google, but...
The opportunity to redefine the feed reader experience

WATCH: What Made Kristen Bell Meltdown?

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What caused Kristen Bell to have a minor emotional breakdown?The "House of Lies" star stopped by "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" (weekdays, syndicated) with some very revealing (and hilarious) home video footage from her 31st birthday party. Unlike her 30th birthday which was "Hunger Games" themed, Bell was surprised with a...
WATCH: What Made Kristen Bell Meltdown?
Waiting for Julian: my fruitless quest to interview the WikiLeaks founder
Announcing The TC Disrupt NY Hackathon API Workshop Schedule, Prizes & More

Cracked Lists Examples Of Bad Copyright... Without A Single Actual Example Of Copyright

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Sloppy use of the term "copyright" is nothing new. Plenty of people use the word incorrectly, usually by treating it as interchangeable with "intellectual property" and lumping patents and trademarks in with copyrights. While this is often a minor mistake that doesn't effect the message being conveyed, it's still wrong,...
Cracked Lists Examples Of Bad Copyright... Without A Single Actual Example Of Copyright

Chat Multi-Tasking, Facebook Home's Game Changer, Could Rattle Apple And Google

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Single-tasking has been a hallmark of mobile. But Facebook Home lets you chat in an overlaid drop-down window as you use Google, Yelp, Maps or any other app, bringing the productivity of the desktop to the small screen. Home’s cover feed and responsive design are nice, but you could call...
Chat Multi-Tasking, Facebook Home's Game Changer, Could Rattle Apple And Google

PaidPunch updates app, looks to solve 'Groupon Problem'

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For exposure, Groupon can be great for businesses. But often times, those new customers receive their one-time discounts and never come back. Seattle startup PaidPunch wants to fix that and is out to solve the “Groupon Problem.” The company, which placed second at our Startup Day elevator pitch competition...
PaidPunch updates app, looks to solve 'Groupon Problem'

500px bemoans Twitter link blockade, claims auto-generated citations about malware and spam are false

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Update: We have heard back from Twitter and they said that they are looking into the situation. 500px is encountering issues with Twitter in which the Toronto, Canada-based photography social network’s links are being blocked. The reason, as TNW has learned, is that users are receiving automated messages on the web...
500px bemoans Twitter link blockade, claims auto-generated citations about malware and spam are false

How Facebook Ditched The Mobile Web & Went Native With Its New iOS App

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Facebook released a completely rebuilt version of its iOS app for iPhone and iPad today, changing a fundamental aspect of the company's mobile strategy. Gone is the Web-centric, HTML5 approach. In its place, Facebook has rebuilt the iOS app using Apple's native framework. The result? A more streamlined, faster app...
How Facebook Ditched The Mobile Web & Went Native With Its New iOS App

UBS to sue Nasdaq over Facebook flotation

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Swiss bank suing the US hi-tech stock market Nasdaq for 'gross mishandling' of the share sale, in which it lost SFr349m (£240m)Swiss bank UBS lost SFr349m (£240m) on the flotation of Facebook and is suing the US hi-tech stock market Nasdaq for "gross mishandling" of the share sale.The loss, which...
UBS to sue Nasdaq over Facebook flotation
Thank you for not viewing: "Hidden" display ads hurt Web ad networks
Balancing Oracle and open source at Orbitz

Fake Instagram apps are spreading malware on Android devices

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Sophos, the IT security and data protection company has a new warning on its Naked Security blog today that a fake Instagram app is infecting Android devices with malware. This goes to show how fast the creators of dirty software can move as Instagram launched for Android users a few...
Fake Instagram apps are spreading malware on Android devices

Photobucket: Holidays Were All About Mobile Photos -- And Fido

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This past holiday season, many consumers ditched their digital cameras in favor of smartphone images, a new company-sponsored report from Photobucket says. Data from the popular photo-sharing service shows the number of mobile photo-app users who use the apps at least once a day doubled to 42 percent, up from...
Photobucket: Holidays Were All About Mobile Photos -- And Fido

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Apparently Tweeted 'Stay Safe People' On Day Of The Bombing

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A Twitter account being linked to Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, "Suspect 2" in the Boston bombings tweeted a reference to a song sampled by Jay-Z, with a warning to "stay safe people", on the day of the bombing. Ain't no love in the heart of the city, stay safe people --...
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Apparently Tweeted 'Stay Safe People' On Day Of The Bombing

Are The Old Enablers Becoming The New Gatekeepers?

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We've argued, for a long time, that just railing against "middlemen" misses the point. There are always middlemen. But not all middlemen are created equal. The distinction, that we've discussed multiple times, is the difference between enablers and gatekeepers. That is, historically, many middlemen came to power because they were...
Are The Old Enablers Becoming The New Gatekeepers?

How to Migrate a Google+ Profile to a Different Account

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Back in October, Google said it was building a migration tool to let users move their Google+ circles and profile from one Google account to another - say, from a personal account to an Apps account for work. It took a few months, but Google released the migration tool on...
How to Migrate a Google+ Profile to a Different Account
Answers to why Facebook is buying Instagram hidden in plain sight

Yet Another Leak Shows NSA Lied About Not Being Able To Geolocate Data It Scoops Up

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And... yet another leak of NSA surveillance capabilities to The Guardian's Glenn Greenwald (who damn well better get a Pulitzer Prize for this) suggests pretty strongly that the NSA has directly lied, multiple times, when asked to disclose how many people it had spied on in the US. As we've...
Yet Another Leak Shows NSA Lied About Not Being Able To Geolocate Data It Scoops Up
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