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T-Mobile goes even lower: bring in old iPhone, waive $99 fee for iPhone 5

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If you think zero dollars sounds better than $99, T-Mobile has an iPhone deal for you. Starting on Friday, if you trade in an iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S, the carrier will waive the down payment for a new iPhone 5. Friday is also launch day for the T-Mobile iPhone....
T-Mobile goes even lower: bring in old iPhone, waive $99 fee for iPhone 5

My friend Sean has an existential novel out called ETRE THE COW. Get it on Amazon and Barnes & Noble! http://www.etrethecow.com/

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My friend Sean has an existential novel out called ETRE THE COW. Get it on Amazon and Barnes & Noble! http://www.etrethecow.com/

Stealth Computer crams i7 into hard cover-sized case

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Industrial computer manufacturer Stealth Computer has released a new powerful small form factor PC. The new Stealth Extreme Power model LPC-480 mini PC is Stealth's most powerful small form factor computer to date and integrates the latest Intel 3rd Generation Core i7 mobile processors. The LPC-480 LittlePC measures 5.7 inches...
Stealth Computer crams i7 into hard cover-sized case

Siri will be able to buy movie tickets for you in iOS 6.1

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iOS 6 gave Siri the ability to track sports, look up movies and ratings, launch apps and make restaurant reservations. The update was a step in the right direction to fleshing out Siri’s capabilities, but there’s still a long ways to go before Apple’s (AAPL) personal assistant becomes more than...
Siri will be able to buy movie tickets for you in iOS 6.1

Live from the Engadget CES Stage: an interview with ThinkGeek

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Toys? Toys. We'll be talking to ThinkGeek about running a successful online business, how to stay novel in a world of noise and Toys. Mostly toys. January 11, 2013 5:30 PM EST Check out our full CES 2013 stage schedule here!Continue reading Live from the Engadget CES Stage: an...
Live from the Engadget CES Stage: an interview with ThinkGeek

Shopping Analytics Startup Euclid Snags $17.3 Million

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Euclid Elements, a startup focused on helping brick-and-mortar retailers track shopping habits with in-store sensors, has raised $17.3 million in a series B venture round, the company announced Thursday. The new round The round was led by Benchmark Capital, while NEA, Harrison Metal, and Novel TMT Ventures participated as well....
Shopping Analytics Startup Euclid Snags $17.3 Million

Google's Vic Gundotra: "I'm not interested in screwing over developers"

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Google’s Senior Vice President of Engineering, and the man leading the social efforts at the company, Vic Gundotra, has decided to step out and explain exactly why Google+ doesn’t have a full write API as of yet. His thoughts appear to have come in response to a post published by...
Google's Vic Gundotra: "I'm not interested in screwing over developers"

Carlos Fuentes criticizes ban of his novel in Puerto Rico - http://j.mp/a49lzJ

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Carlos Fuentes criticizes ban of his novel in Puerto Rico - http://j.mp/a49lzJ

Review: Readability finally gets a gorgeous app on iOS, but was it worth the wait?

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Richard Ziade, founding partner of Readability, is forthright with me about the wait for an official iOS app. “It did take a really long time.” In fact, the official app of the reading platform took over three months from its initial announcement back in November to make it to market....
Review: Readability finally gets a gorgeous app on iOS, but was it worth the wait?

Say hello to the brave new world of console gaming

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New game console rumors are piling up and they're painting a pretty bleak picture. Is the future of console gaming something out of an Orwell novel? [Read more]...
Say hello to the brave new world of console gaming

Twitter fiction: Deborah Moggach

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The novelist and screenwriter takes up our Twitter-based challenge to come up with a story in 140 characters or fewerI chopped down the ash tree and left you. Tears and sawdust, but both of you had to go and now I can see the view.• Deborah Moggach's latest novel, Heartbreak Hotel,...
Twitter fiction: Deborah Moggach

Yahoo's Europe Head Riley Steps Down, But Will Remain at Company

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Earlier this week, Rich Riley — the nattily-dressed SVP and managing director of Yahoo’s EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) region — sent an email to his staff that he was stepping down from that top role at the company. But, unlike other high-ranking execs that have departed the...
Yahoo's Europe Head Riley Steps Down, But Will Remain at Company

Engadget's holiday gift guide 2012: gaming

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Welcome to the Engadget holiday gift guide! Picking presents for friends and loved ones is never a simple task, and with thousands of options for each category, buying technology can be an especially frustrating experience. We're here to help. Below you'll find today's bevy of curated picks, and you...
Engadget's holiday gift guide 2012: gaming
2011 Was The Year Of ‘Social’ For Google. 2012 Is The Year Of ‘Assistant.’

10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (GOOG, IACI, VZ)

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Good morning!  Here's the news. Come back to SAI later! Buzzfeed is launching a business section with now former Reuters tech and media editor Peter Lauria heading it up. Oliver Samwer is one of the Samwer brothers who made their fortune launching European clones of American tech companies. He's just...
10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (GOOG, IACI, VZ)
Wii U to get Google Maps Street View through motion-controlled panorama app

Use Storytelling Techniques in Personal Branding: Narrative

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As we’ve seen in the previous two parts of this series (covering characterization and plot), using storytelling techniques to help communicate your personal brand can make for clearer, more consistent, more compelling branding efforts. In this final part of the series, let’s look at the storyteller’s other tools — narrative...
Use Storytelling Techniques in Personal Branding: Narrative

Here's a list of things from CES that you'll actually be able (and want) to buy

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This post originally appeared on The Wirecutter – A list of amazing gadgets.     Eight Wirecutter writers and I convened at the Consumer Electronics show this week. You know, CES–The big gadget trade thing that serves as a sneak peek into the future of hardware. Instead of soaking your news feed with hundreds...
Here's a list of things from CES that you'll actually be able (and want) to buy

NaNoWriMo progress meter uses Arduino to fight writer's block, may be its own distraction (video)

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We've all had that moment where we sit in front of the keyboard and have trouble just getting started. It can be an especially dire problem when the 30-day deadline of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) looms overhead, and that was enough for inventor Steve Hoefer to craft his...
NaNoWriMo progress meter uses Arduino to fight writer's block, may be its own distraction (video)
A $259 novelty: Why Berg's Little Printer must fail

Here’s The Epic Borderlands 2 Launch Trailer

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Back during the heyday of CrunchGear (now known as TechCrunch/Gadgets), we couldn’t get enough of Borderlands. The game masterfully combined the game play of a FPS with the best elements of an RPG. In a scene full of Call of Duty clones Borderlands is completely novel. Gearbox just released...
Here’s The Epic Borderlands 2 Launch Trailer

Here's Something Novel: A Carrier that Thinks International Roaming Fees Are Too High

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It’s rare to hear a telecommunications provider admit that the industry has been charging too much, but that’s just what Telefonica Germany CEO Rene Schuster did on Wednesday. Photo Credit: Michael Wagner/(c) FocusOnWagner.de “Let me be one of the first industry executives to hold up my hand and say the...
Here's Something Novel: A Carrier that Thinks International Roaming Fees Are Too High

Nominate The Most Creative People In Mobile Advertising

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We want to know, who are the most creative people in mobile advertising? You tell us. Nominees can be people who have created innovative tablet ads, new ways to approach mobile ad display, changed the face of in-game ads, or found novel uses for SMS and QR codes. We will...
Nominate The Most Creative People In Mobile Advertising

Starfall for Beginning Readers

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Starfall for Beginning Readers is a post from Chris Pirillo Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS FeedDuring Gnomedex, we held an open mic period where attendees could come onto the stage and pass along resources that the rest of us might not know...
Starfall for Beginning Readers

Fight Club Soap

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Get yourself clean Tyler Durden-style with Fight Club Soap ($25/2-pack). Inspired by Chuck Palahniuk's novel and sporting the logo of the film adaptation, this color matched pink soap is completely...Visit Uncrate for the full post....
Fight Club Soap

A Way to Make Phone Records Not So Easy to Track

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Silent Circle provides a novel means to protect confidential phone records, even when the government comes calling....
A Way to Make Phone Records Not So Easy to Track

tablets will revive an artform that was popular when newspapers were just starting out, the serialized novel http://bit.ly/dsCGnw

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tablets will revive an artform that was popular when newspapers were just starting out, the serialized novel http://bit.ly/dsCGnw
Video: Nintendo Besties Booth Tour
From Reddit to Hollywood, a happy horror story

'Twisted light' carries terabits

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Researchers show off a novel way of fitting more data on to light waves by "twisting" them - and clock beams carrying 2.5 terabits of data per second....
'Twisted light' carries terabits
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