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RIM under pressure to slash carrier fees, which now account for one-third of revenue
Infinite Street View takes you on a tour as far as Google's eye can see

Who owns that Twitter account?

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Noah Kravitz built up quite a following at PhoneDog, a mobile-phone news and reviews website. By late 2010 his @PhoneDog_Noah Twitter account had amassed more than 17,000 followers. That was all well and good--until Kravitz resigned and went to work for a competitor. Kravitz took his followers with him,...
Who owns that Twitter account?
Spotting The Next Facebook: Why Emotions Are Big Business

Google's interaction designer talks revamping Google Search on iOS (Video)

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In a recent “Life at Google” video (above), Interaction Designer on Google’s search team Noah Levin walks us through his work building the latest version of the Google Search app on iOS: After just three months at Google, Interaction Designer Noah Levin helped change the way our users interact...
Google's interaction designer talks revamping Google Search on iOS (Video)
Kickstarter: The Chargecard Is A Super-Slim, Super Sexy iPhone Charger
Talk Radio Startup Stitcher Adds An Election Center

Is Google Getting Serious About Gaming? Noah Falstein Hired As Chief Game Designer

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Well, what do we have here? Somewhat under the radar, Google has hired the computer games veteran Noah Falstein to the position of Chief Game Designer. Yes, that’s right, the search giant, not normally known for its games development, appears to have a major gaming project in circulation, at least something...
Is Google Getting Serious About Gaming? Noah Falstein Hired As Chief Game Designer

Inside Google's Secret Search Algorithm [Google]

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Wired's Steven Levy takes us inside the "algorithm that rules the web"—Google's search algorithm, of course—and if you use Google, it's kind of a must-read. PageRank? That's so 1997.It's known that Google constantly updates the algorithm, with 550 improvements this year—to deliver smarter results and weed out the crap—but there...
Inside Google's Secret Search Algorithm [Google]

Here's Sergey Brin Chillin' on the 3 Train in a Pair of Google Glasses

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There have been several sightings of Googlers donning Project Glass in the wild, but it’s pretty rare to catch a glimpse of Google cofounder Sergey Brin just doing normal New York things. (Cofounders: they’re just like us!) Wearable computing enthusiast and hardware researcher Noah Zerkin had the distinct pleasure of...
Here's Sergey Brin Chillin' on the 3 Train in a Pair of Google Glasses
Why isn't there more comedy in video games?

Who Needs Y Combinator, Anyway? Not These Two Dropouts

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Sometimes the gold standard just isn't for you. Lessons in finding the right fit--and never giving up--from the founders of second fashion marketplace Twice. The words "entrepreneur" and "dropout" are often associated; think Mark Zuckerberg, leaving Harvard for bigger things, or the young people goaded and funded by Peter...
Who Needs Y Combinator, Anyway? Not These Two Dropouts
“In the Studio,” Javelin’s Noah Doyle Unfolds an Intricate Mobile Mapping Ecosystem

AOL's Tim Armstrong: We continue on the comeback trail - video

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Advertising Week Europe: The AOL chief executive and chairman is upbeat about his company's recovery and content after its problematic merger with Time Warner 10 years agoJohn PlunkettNoah Payne-Frank...
AOL's Tim Armstrong: We continue on the comeback trail - video

Sir Martin Sorrell: The NSA's Prism programme surprised even me - video

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WPP advertising chief says the commercial world is still getting to grips with the importance of the NSA leaksMark SweneyNoah Payne-FrankPhil Maynard    ...
Sir Martin Sorrell: The NSA's Prism programme surprised even me - video

Foursquare's New Local Updates: Check In With Favorite Businesses, Even When You're Checked Out

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The new feature let businesses push specials to you when you're nearby without making you feel like you're getting spammed. Plenty of people open up Foursquare not to check in but to use the Explore feature to look for a new bar or restaurant, see what friends are up to,...
Foursquare's New Local Updates: Check In With Favorite Businesses, Even When You're Checked Out
Twitter acquires big data analysis company Lucky Sort for its revenue engineering department

Spotted: Sergey Brin wearing Google Glass specs as he blends in on NYC subway

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Google last week announced its first two ‘hackathon’ events for Google Glass developers, and the company is aiming to make its wearable glasses technology something that can be used by anyone at any place. Except that this is already happening as you’d have seen if you took the downtown train...
Spotted: Sergey Brin wearing Google Glass specs as he blends in on NYC subway

Twitter now forces you to use its own image service in its iOS apps

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We knew it was coming, but with the release of its new iOS apps earlier today, Twitter has confirmed that it has dropped the option allowing users to select a third-party image upload service, forcing them to use its own service powered by Photobucket. When entering the options screen in...
Twitter now forces you to use its own image service in its iOS apps
'I Never Wanted To Be An Enterpreneur' Says Jack Dorsey

Apple's Pain-In-The-Rear New iPhone Connector Is Hitting These Startups Hard (AAPL)

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Apple changed the connector on its new iPhone, rendering all your old iPhone cords and accessories obsolete, unless you want to shell out $30 for an adapter for every gadget. (For now, you can get a generic one for $10 on Amazon.) It's obnoxious for you and me: but at...
Apple's Pain-In-The-Rear New iPhone Connector Is Hitting These Startups Hard (AAPL)

An Insider's History Of How A Podcasting Startup Pivoted To Become Twitter

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Long before it was credited with changing world politics, Twitter was the side project at a podcasting company that was about to lose its customers to Apple. Making sense of Twitter's history is a bit like trying to follow a discussion on Twitter: It depends on who you listen to. ...
An Insider's History Of How A Podcasting Startup Pivoted To Become Twitter

Tomb Raider: the story of a reboot

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On Tuesday, Bafta held a Tomb Raider event, exploring the forthcoming re-imagining of the series. Here's what Crystal Dynamics revealed about the processIt didn't start as a reboot. That was one of the interesting revelations during last night's Tomb Raider event at Bafta. Crystal Dynamics, the California-based studio, which has...
Tomb Raider: the story of a reboot

Saving one million hours per week

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by Noah Fiedel, Blogger Tech LeadFive weeks ago we rolled out Auto Pagination, a major milestone in our efforts to make Blogger faster for you and your readers. We are very happy to report a ten percent overall decrease in page loading latency across all Blogger blogs and a twenty-seven...
Saving one million hours per week
Sergey Brin Dons Google Glass, Dresses Like An International Jewel Thief For NYC Subway Ride

PhoneDog vs. Noah Kravitz: The Twitter case continues

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We recently told you about a Twitter-related lawsuit which has brought up the seemingly-impossible to answer question – who owns your Twitter followers? In a double-lawsuit, blogger Noah Kravitz, and tech blog PhoneDog, are embroiled in a legal battle over a Twitter account. Starting in November of last year, Kravitz...
PhoneDog vs. Noah Kravitz: The Twitter case continues

Google's interaction designer talks revamping Google Search on iOS (Video)

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In a recent “Life at Google” video (above), Interaction Designer on Google’s search team Noah Levin walks us through his work building the latest version of the Google Search app on iOS: After just three months at Google, Interaction Designer Noah Levin helped change the way our users interact...
Google's interaction designer talks revamping Google Search on iOS (Video)

Foursquare Opens Up Check-In Deals to More Kinds of Plastic

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Aiming to beef up one of its longstanding revenue streams, Foursquare announced on Tuesday that it will now accept Visa, Mastercard and debit cards in conjunction with its check-in deals program, an initiative previously only open to a smaller group of cardholders. The program builds on Foursquare’s partnership with American...
Foursquare Opens Up Check-In Deals to More Kinds of Plastic

Online World For Christian Youth Lets Kids 'Munch' Loaves and Fishes at the Feet of Virtual Jesus

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Hey, kids. Did you know there are more than 700 online virtual worlds, attracting visits from more than 500 million preteens? And that not a single one of them is dedicated to presenting the Bible and its teachings in a social, interactive format? Not until now. That’s according to a...
Online World For Christian Youth Lets Kids 'Munch' Loaves and Fishes at the Feet of Virtual Jesus
Twitter acquires data visualization startup Lucky Sort for ... revenue engineering?
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