omission

omission

New Facebook details reveal Zuckerberg’s $500,000 salary and 45% bonus

thenextweb.com
New IPO information submitted by Facebook has revealed that founder Mark Zuckerberg will be paid half a million dollars this year, while is he eligible to receive two bonuses up to the value of 45 percent of this base salary, as The Sydney Morning Herald reports. The dual performance-based bonus set-up...
New Facebook details reveal Zuckerberg’s $500,000 salary and 45% bonus
'Smaller, cheaper' iPad coming this year, Bloomberg says

Roku adds BBC iPlayer to bolster UK launch

gigaom.com
When Roku said it would start shipping its media streaming boxes to the U.K. for the first time last month, there was a significant omission from the lineup of services it was offering — the BBC’s iPlayer. The iPlayer is the dominant force in Britain’s streaming TV landscape, available everywhere...
Roku adds BBC iPlayer to bolster UK launch

RIM announces 'budget' BlackBerry 9220 for Indian socialites

www.engadget.com
There are a lot of Indian hands out there, hands in which there could also be a BlackBerry smartphone. A fact not lost on RIM it would appear, as it's set to released its "most affordable" Curve -- the 9220 -- over there. Naturally, the ubiquitous BBM service takes...
RIM announces 'budget' BlackBerry 9220 for Indian socialites

Music streaming service Deezer goes live in 35 Latin American territories today

thenextweb.com
Back in December, we reported that Spotify competitor Deezer was to begin rolling out in 200 countries (but not the USA). And it has taken a big step towards this goal today by launching in 35 Latin American territories. Deezer was launched in France in August 2007, and it reached...
Music streaming service Deezer goes live in 35 Latin American territories today

Apps Uploading Address Books Is A Privacy Side-Show Compared To DPI

eu.techcrunch.com
While the hand-wringing over the future of journalism, blogging, the nature of conflicts of interest, yada yada, has been deeply interesting (alongside the personal attacks – we all like a good public fight don’t we?), it’s worth recalling that the furore was kicked off by a fairly pertinent point. To...
Apps Uploading Address Books Is A Privacy Side-Show Compared To DPI

RIM gets funky, patents fuel cell manufacture for mobile devices

www.engadget.com
If the engineers in Waterloo have their way, your future mobile handset may be able to recharge itself on-the-go with the help of fuel cells. A new patent from RIM describes a method of manufacture that sandwiches a fuel cell assembly between the keyboard and printed circuit board, wherein...
RIM gets funky, patents fuel cell manufacture for mobile devices

Pew: Papers' Biggest Revenue Threat Is Inertia; Second Biggest Is Action

paidcontent.org
Before we get into the results of the latest detailed look at how U.S. newspapers are faring on the digital revenue front, let’s get one serious qualm out of the way: the Project for Excellence in Journalism’s 16-month study that cuts across an intensely active time for experiments in charging...
Pew: Papers' Biggest Revenue Threat Is Inertia; Second Biggest Is Action

Matrox DS1 docking station: $249 buys you Thunderbolt but no daisy-chaining

www.engadget.com
Thunderbolt has leant its air of celebrity to yet another device: the Matrox DS1 docking station, due out this fall for $249. The laptop dock has room for pretty much everything you'd want to plug in when you reach your desk, including DVI, gigabit Ethernet, audio in and out,...
Matrox DS1 docking station: $249 buys you Thunderbolt but no daisy-chaining

Yorkshire gets the world's first gritter museum

www.guardian.co.uk
And where better than in Ripon, home of the UK's biggest manufacturer of winter road maintenance vehicles?If there is one thing the north of England has lacked all my life, it is a gritter museum. At last, this omission (which is shared by the rest of the planet because the...
Yorkshire gets the world's first gritter museum

Nintendo's Reggie Fils-Aime: Wii U GamePad won't feature multi-touch

www.engadget.com
The Wii U's 6.2-inch killer feature might look a whole lot like a tablet, but prospective buyers shouldn't expect it to function like one at all. In a recent interview with Kotaku, NOA prexy Reggie Fils-Aime confirmed that multi-touch capabilities will indeed be purposefully absent from the upcoming GamePad....
Nintendo's Reggie Fils-Aime: Wii U GamePad won't feature multi-touch

Facebook Names COO Sheryl Sandberg to Its Board of Directors (Finally)

www.readwriteweb.com
In a post on its newsroom blog, Facebook just announced that it has named long-time COO Sheryl Sandberg to its board of directors. Sandberg will be the eighth member of the board and its first female member to date. But what took so long? Facebook has been criticized for a...
Facebook Names COO Sheryl Sandberg to Its Board of Directors (Finally)
Google wants developers to take a leap with Project Glass

Roy Hodgson's calls give form to his and Gary Neville's England

www.guardian.co.uk
New manager's assistant had urged a clean-out so a young generation could offer the nation a fresh approach at Euro 2012If Roy Hodgson shares the same philosophy as Gary Neville it may actually be that John Terry and Rio Ferdinand are both cut loose when the names pop up on...
Roy Hodgson's calls give form to his and Gary Neville's England
The Smart TV Alliance: LG and TP Vision create a unified software ecosystem

2012 Mazda MX-5 Miata: wonderfully simple... to a fault

reviews.cnet.com
The 2012 Mazda MX-5 Miata PRHT Special Edition adds rarity to one of the best drivers' cars of this generation, but the omission of the most basic cabin-tech options severely hurts its score. [Read more]...
2012 Mazda MX-5 Miata: wonderfully simple... to a fault
Amazon updates Nokia 808 Pureview listing with July 8th release date

Looks Like Amazon Will Enter the Mapping Wars With UpNext Purchase

allthingsd.com
Once a boring utility, mapping is now the scene of the latest turf war between tech giants, with Apple, Google and Microsoft, plus start-ups and open alternatives — and now Amazon — fighting to offer the most elaborate and complete global imagery and navigation tools. Today Amazon reportedly purchased 3-D...
Looks Like Amazon Will Enter the Mapping Wars With UpNext Purchase
Hulu Plus available on "select" 2012 Toshiba Blu-ray players and Sharp TV sets
Comcast Xfinity TV for Android app updated with ICS support, still lacks streaming

Constitutional Law Professor: Search Results Protected by the First Amendment

www.theatlantic.com
In a Google-funded report on the constitutional rights of an Internet search, UCLA law professor -- and blogger -- Eugene Volokh makes a lofty claim about the legal rights of any given Google search: The weight, placement, and even omission of search results deserve the same free speech protection as...
Constitutional Law Professor: Search Results Protected by the First Amendment

Iran accuses Google of ‘fabricating lies’ for leaving Gulf nameless on its maps

thenextweb.com
Iran has lashed out at yet another Internet giant, this time going after Google for what it sees as an egregious omission on Google Maps, AFP reports. The body of water separating Iran from the Arabian peninsula has been a point of contention between Iran and the Gulf nation states, who choose...
Iran accuses Google of ‘fabricating lies’ for leaving Gulf nameless on its maps

T-Mobile CMO: subsidized pricing hurts wireless competition, undermines hardware value

www.engadget.com
Could an end to unsubsidized smartphones be on its way for US carriers? If T-Mobile's Chief Marketing Officer Cole Brodman had his way, that familiar on-contract pricing would've gone the way of the Dodo a long time ago. Speaking at this week's GeekWire Summit in Seattle, the Magenta exec...
T-Mobile CMO: subsidized pricing hurts wireless competition, undermines hardware value

Mario Balotelli must improve his behaviour, says Roberto Mancini

www.guardian.co.uk
• Manchester City manager warns his maverick striker• Balotelli reportedly pictured outside strip club in early hoursRoberto Mancini, the Manchester City manager, admits Mario Balotelli needs to improve his behaviour but hopes his side reap the benefits from the striker's controversial axing by Italy.The Italy coach, Cesare Prandelli, left the...
Mario Balotelli must improve his behaviour, says Roberto Mancini

Kindle Fire Dominates U.S. Android Tablet Sales

www.pcworld.com
Comscore credits Amazon's popular tablet with more than half of Android tablet sales, but the results are skewed by a significant omission....
Kindle Fire Dominates U.S. Android Tablet Sales

Rovio: no plans for Angry Birds Space on Windows Phone 7

www.ipodnn.com
A notable, and somewhat surprising, omission from yesterdayís global launch of Angry Birds Space across multiple platforms was a Windows Phone 7 version. In what may amount to a significant blow to the prestige and perceived value of the Windows Phone 7 platform, Angry Birds Space developer Rovio told Bloomberg...
Rovio: no plans for Angry Birds Space on Windows Phone 7

Supposed next-gen iPod Nano with camera leaks again, clip back in tow

www.engadget.com
If you'll recall, it was April of last year when we reported on pictures from Apple.pro, which claimed to show a seventh-generation iPod Nano chassis with room for a camera. Not long after, the site posted a second leak of the device, hinting at the omission of the Nano's...
Supposed next-gen iPod Nano with camera leaks again, clip back in tow

Goldman Trying To Get SEC Charge Knocked Down To "Material Omission" Instead Of Fraud

www.reddit.com
Goldman Trying To Get SEC Charge Knocked Down To "Material Omission" Instead Of Fraud

NBC Tells Concerned Senator That Its Olympics Coverage Was Great... According To Itself

techdirt.com
As you may recall, NBC was widely slammed for its ridiculous Olympics coverage, which included time delayed programming for no reason at all, extremely limited online programming, and -- in some cases -- requirements to prove you were a particular cable company subscriber to get access to the internet streams....
NBC Tells Concerned Senator That Its Olympics Coverage Was Great... According To Itself

Why the iPad is Perfect for Schools

chris.pirillo.com
Why the iPad is Perfect for Schools is a post from Chris Pirillo Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS FeedDuring live phone calls recently, Craighton gave me a buzz. @Craighton is a great kid, who happens to live fairly close to my house....
Why the iPad is Perfect for Schools
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?