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Here's How The Superbowl Stacked Up In Tweets Per Second

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Twitter indicates that there were 10,000 tweets per second during the final three minutes of last night's Superbowl. This is a huge jump from last year's Superbowl, which saw a high of 4,064 tweets per second. Here are some other notable events and their corresponding tweets per second, as...
Here's How The Superbowl Stacked Up In Tweets Per Second

From the Olympics to Google's covert blogger-payments...here's the week's media news in review

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If you’ve missed out on all the happenings across the digital media space this week, we’ve pulled together some of the more notable events of these past seven days. Where......
From the Olympics to Google's covert blogger-payments...here's the week's media news in review

Dump Facebook, Keep Your Friends: A Step-By-Step Guide

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You don't have to say goodbye to your friends in order to keep the good parts of Facebook and avoid the constant distraction. Here's a step-by-step guide to leaving Facebook without deleting your online social life.Except for the holdouts, the fundamentally opposed, and those without Internet access, almost everybody can...
Dump Facebook, Keep Your Friends: A Step-By-Step Guide
Big media is helping social curation startup Mass Relevance grow like gangbusters
YPlan, a 'going out app', raises $12M as it preps a New York expansion
Nokia predicted to abandon mobile business, sell assets to Microsoft and Huawei in 2013
Pres. Obama’s switch to Facebook Timeline shows ability to control your life story
Facebook’s Social Olympic Ambition: A Dedicated Athlete Portal, But No Ads
Microsoft starts sending invites to Windows 8 & Windows Phone 8 events

ABC becomes the first Aussie broadcaster to donate footage to Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons

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The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), the Antipodean public service broadcasting equivalent of the BBC, is marking its 80th anniversary by launching a new website called 80 Days That Changed Our Lives. Reflecting on eight decades of newsworthy and notable events, the site offers 80 segments of audiovisual content from its...
ABC becomes the first Aussie broadcaster to donate footage to Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons

The Guardian's Eyewitness iPad app gets premium subscription-only content

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The Guardian’s Eyewitness iPad app was launched way back in 2010 to showcase the photographic work of those witnessing notable events first-hand. The app actually followed the initial concept which was introduced in print form in the newspaper itself in 2005. With downloads nearing the one-million mark, the Guardian has...
The Guardian's Eyewitness iPad app gets premium subscription-only content

Forget Windows 8: The Guardian's Eyewitness photography app hits Kindle Fire

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With everyone else seemingly hell-bent on launching their Windows 8 apps over the past couple of days, The Guardian has opted to launch its Eyewitness photography app for Kindle Fires instead, available now via the Amazon Appstore. Just to recap, The Guardian’s Eyewitness iPad app was launched way back in...
Forget Windows 8: The Guardian's Eyewitness photography app hits Kindle Fire

From fake bylines to European e-book tax, here's the week's media news in review

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A lot has been happening in the world of media this week, and as usual we’ve taken the liberty of looking at some of the key, notable events this week and thrown them together in an easy-to-digest compendium here. Without further ado, here’s the week’s media news in review…. Video:...
From fake bylines to European e-book tax, here's the week's media news in review

From Rupert Murdoch to Netflix, here’s the week’s media news in review

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Where to start? It’s been a tumultuous week in the world of media and it would be impossible to recap everything without erring into dissertation territory. But just for the hell of it, we thought we’d pull together some of the more notable events of the past seven days and...
From Rupert Murdoch to Netflix, here’s the week’s media news in review

Tech Week Ahead: Apple on Trial

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The coming week will have several notable events, including the start of the e-book trial against Apple and Asia's biggest PC trade show....
Tech Week Ahead: Apple on Trial

Tech That Protects The President: Image Analysis

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"Believe nothing you hear, and only one half that you see," Edgar Allan Poe wrote in his 1845 masterpiece "The Tell-Tale Heart." Almost 170 years later, imaging software with artificial intelligence capabilities is making it easier to believe all of what a camera sees. (Part 2 of a 3-part series on...
Tech That Protects The President: Image Analysis
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