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Color's Plan C (Or Is It B.5?): Becoming Verizon's Live Mobile Video Partner

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Color, the famously overfunded social app shop, is still looking for its first big hit. But the company has found a way to get some help, with a deal with Verizon Wireless to pre-install Color on some of its Android smartphones. This will be an extension of Color’s current app,...
Color's Plan C (Or Is It B.5?): Becoming Verizon's Live Mobile Video Partner

Conference Call Dial-In Numbers Be Gone! MobileDay Is Here to Save the Day

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Who doesn’t hate conference calls, with its laundry list of problems? First, the sound quality is terrible. Second, scheduling everyone to call-in at the same time is a pain, unless it is a regularly scheduled event. All of that is to say, it seems a bit ridiculous that we’re...
Conference Call Dial-In Numbers Be Gone! MobileDay Is Here to Save the Day
The Problem With Dumb Pipes

Facebook SDK 3.0 Beta for iOS now available to download, includes tight integration plans for iOS 6

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Slide over, Twitter -- after this fall, you won't be the only social network in town with OS-level integration on the iPod touch, iPad and iPhone. As announced back at WWDC in June, Facebook will be on a level playing field with the launch of iOS 6, and the...
Facebook SDK 3.0 Beta for iOS now available to download, includes tight integration plans for iOS 6
Fly Or Die: Samsung Galaxy S4

Apple vs. Google: Game On [Digital Daily]

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Is Apple’s (AAPL) lawsuit against HTC a proxy to through which to strike at Google (GOOG) and its increasingly popular Android OS. It certainly looks that way. While not directly named in the lawsuit, Google figures prominently in it simply because of the sheer number of times “Android products” are...
Apple vs. Google: Game On [Digital Daily]

Chrome 26 beta adds context-aware spelling checks so you kan rite gud

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We've all grown a little complacent with our spelling now that auto-correction has filtered down to the OS level, and that creates problems when we use browsers that aren't quite so diligent. Those who grab Google's Chrome 26 beta, though, will get an extra safety net for their writing...
Chrome 26 beta adds context-aware spelling checks so you kan rite gud
Apple closing Ping on September 30th

DocTrackr Secures $2M From Atlas, Polaris, To Help Secure Your Documents Via The Cloud

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Sharing a document online has never been easier, but maintaining control over that document once it’s left home, so to speak, is something different altogether. In the enterprise, that potential loss of control — who can view it, edit it or even print it — is a big deal. Therefore,...
DocTrackr Secures $2M From Atlas, Polaris, To Help Secure Your Documents Via The Cloud
BofA Tech Guru preaches 6 cloud truths
Gartner smartphone report: battle rages for third place behind Apple and Samsung

The rumored Facebook phone: Obsolete even before release

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Rumors of a Facebook-dedicated phone resurfaced today with benchmarks of an alleged upcoming HTC phone named the Opera UL that will run Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean). While the handset may have been a relevant addition to the smartphone landscape when reports of the dedicated Facebook phone first surfaced in September...
The rumored Facebook phone: Obsolete even before release
What to expect in iOS 6

The Google Glass Wink Feature Is Real

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Rumors have been circulating that Google Glass may have a feature that lets you wink to take a picture. Within the kernel source code, developers have discovered that the feature does exist deep in the code, but for most users of Google Glass, this feature is not an option on...
The Google Glass Wink Feature Is Real

Alleged Screenshot Of Google Drive Surfaces

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A reader of Geekwire has sent in what he claims is a shot of Google Drive, which apparently has activated early for him. It’s entirely possible that the shot is fake — Google’s stark interface isn’t exactly difficult to recreate. There are no obvious red flags we can see, though,...
Alleged Screenshot Of Google Drive Surfaces

Flutter: Control your Mac with gestures and iSight

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Love this idea for controlling your Mac – especially for applications which don’t require you to be near your computer.  Apple has lots of patents on 3D gestures so it wouldn’t be absurd to see some of this at the OS level in the not-so-distant future....
Flutter: Control your Mac with gestures and iSight
Mobile's Next Major Integrated Layer: OS-Level Home Automation

Intel publishes 13 Linux benchmarks to help speed test distros

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With the occasional exception, Intel has offered healthy Linux support in recent years. Proof positive may be a gift to the community this weekend: the chip designer's Open-Source Technology Center just gave Phoronix 13 miniature, OS-level Linux benchmarks that it had previously reserved for its own use. The tests...
Intel publishes 13 Linux benchmarks to help speed test distros

Disaster Recovery technologies you should consider

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This post is sponsored by VMware. Learn about VMware virtualization and cloud solutions for small & mid-size business visit info.vmware.com This article is available in other languages: There’s a number of Disaster Recovery technologies on the market, but which one to choose is probably a decision that isn’t easy....
Disaster Recovery technologies you should consider

Microsoft and Skype dreaming up new, utilitarian ad formats

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One has faced challenges in its existing online ad business, while the other is just getting going. Now Microsoft and its recently-acquired Skype are setting out to prove they can profit where consumers aren’t paying — by introducing an innovative line-up of advertising formats native to their new products. At Monaco...
Microsoft and Skype dreaming up new, utilitarian ad formats

Metro Internet Explorer 10′s Share Charm Could Be A Critical Feature

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Microsoft has just posted an overview of the Windows 8 version of Internet Explorer 10, which shows off the features you’d expect from a modern touch-based browser: navigation gestures, full-screen content, and the expected Metro-style multitasking. The one feature that caught my eye, however, was the “share charm.” Charms are,...
Metro Internet Explorer 10′s Share Charm Could Be A Critical Feature

Samsung S-Cloud rumored back on, more universal than iCloud

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Samsung's once thought frozen parallel to iCloud, informally known as S-Cloud, could still be on tap for the Galaxy S III launch. A claim emerging late Friday from Korea's Maeil Business claimed that it would have at least 5GB of space, but would supposedly be more universal. It purportedly would...
Samsung S-Cloud rumored back on, more universal than iCloud
Leap Motion reveals first footage of Windows 8 gesture control

Fleksy predictive keyboard is free for iOS now and forever

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We've long been fans of Syntellia's Fleksy for its astonishingly accurate predictive touch keyboard, and were excited to see an Android version finally come out to play at CES 2013. Well now there's news that'll please fans on the iOS side: the company has announced the full version of...
Fleksy predictive keyboard is free for iOS now and forever
Apple Strengthens Facebook Ads By Letting You Install App Store Apps Without Leaving Facebook For iOS 6

Windows 8 Music update brings in-app searching, login-free trial streaming

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Believe it or not, the Music app in Windows 8 hasn't let users easily search for music from within the app itself -- they've had to search using OS-level tools. Microsoft is mending that gap in logic with the June update to its built-in jukebox software. The media play...
Windows 8 Music update brings in-app searching, login-free trial streaming

NPD: iTunes now leading digital-video renter, seller

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Apple's continuing resistance to optical drives (and specifically OS-level support for Blu-ray drives) may be an annoyance for some users, but demand for optical disc-based entertainment is experiencing a decline, making the company's move prescient. Thanks to the iTunes Store and Apple's modest but growing success with the Apple TV,...
NPD: iTunes now leading digital-video renter, seller

First look: Fleksy is a predictive iOS keyboard for the visually impaired

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Chalk this one up to good old innovation. I got a message a bit ago about a project from Syntellia which is focusing on making the iPhone more accessible to visually impaired users. By giving them a touch keyboard with prediction so accurate that it will work even if you don’t...
First look: Fleksy is a predictive iOS keyboard for the visually impaired
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?