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Raspberry Pi Gets Own App Store: One-Stop-Shop To Make It Even Easier For Kids To Get Coding -- And Earn Pocket Money From Apps

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The not-for-profit Raspberry Pi Foundation has launched an app store for the $25 mini computer — called the Pi Store – to “make it easier for developers of all ages to share their games, applications, tools and tutorials with the rest of the community”. The Pi mini computer was designed with...
Raspberry Pi Gets Own App Store: One-Stop-Shop To Make It Even Easier For Kids To Get Coding -- And Earn Pocket Money From Apps

Samsung’s iCloud competitor may be unveiled at Galaxy event on May 3rd

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Samsung’s iCloud competitor, dubbed S-Cloud, may be unveiled at next month’s Galaxy S III announcement in London on May 3rd, a South Korean newspaper reported on Friday. The service is similar to Apple’s offering but without any limitations on the type of content users can upload. The service is also...
Samsung’s iCloud competitor may be unveiled at Galaxy event on May 3rd

Lessons for U.S. Media From European Paid-Content Plays

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LONDON (AdAge.com) -- Compared to their American counterparts, European newspapers are moving slightly more quickly to prove, or at least put to the test, consumers' willingness to pay for news that's delivered digitally....
Lessons for U.S. Media From European Paid-Content Plays

Today in Tech: Why Facebook is worth $15

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Apple sells 5 million iPhone 5 units during week one; why it's hip to be Square.  Fortune launches new daily app for the iPad [FORTUNE] Beginning with the current issue, iPad users can experience Fortune soup-to-nuts in a dashboard on their tablets. The magazine content is interspersed with daily news and analysis...
Today in Tech: Why Facebook is worth $15

Dailymotion advances its paid content service OpenVoD, powered by Cleeng

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Dailymotion‘s partners can now sell their content via OpenVoD, the video platform announced today. The paid service is powered by content monetization startup Cleeng, and lets online viewers buy TV episodes and live shows in a few clicks. According to Dailymotion, it first launched OpenVoD in France at the end of...
Dailymotion advances its paid content service OpenVoD, powered by Cleeng
Libsyn Offers MyLibsyn, A Cross-Platform Premium Content Repository For Podcasters

Paid Content: the New Paid Link

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Paid Content: the New Paid Link
Samsung S-Cloud to take on iCloud, said to be unveiled at Galaxy event on May 3rd

Dailymotion nears ownership switch with kids subscription plan

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YouTube rival Dailymotion is making its first foray in to subscription video on-demand (SVOD) with a €4.49-per-month bundle aimed at children, as it aims to show circling investors it can be more sustainable. Dailymotion’s France EVP Martin Rogard tells Les Echos the package, Dailymotion Kids Plus, will host a library...
Dailymotion nears ownership switch with kids subscription plan

Google shutters One Pass, its paid content platform

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Google has closed down One Pass, the paid content platform that it rolled out in February 2011 and revamped in February 2012. On the Google Blog, the company writes: One Pass, our payment platform for online news publishers, has been shut down. We are working with existing partners to make...
Google shutters One Pass, its paid content platform

iOS Apps with Dropbox Integration Running Afoul of Apple's App Store Rules

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The Next Web points to a recent thread in the Dropbox support forums revealing that a number of developers have been seeing their iOS apps with Dropbox integration being rejected by Apple. The apps have been rejected because users without the Dropbox iOS app installed on their devices who attempted...
iOS Apps with Dropbox Integration Running Afoul of Apple's App Store Rules

No linking to Japanese newspaper without permission

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We've definitely entered an era of experiment when it comes to online content, as a number of publications with a tradition in the print world are testing out approaches like building paywalls, mixing free and paid content, and limiting the amount of content that's indexed by search engines. But Japan's...
No linking to Japanese newspaper without permission

BFI to digitize 10,000 British films as part of Film Forever investment plan

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The British Film Institute plans to digitize and provide easier access to 10,000 British flicks as part of a new £500 million (approximately $800 million) "Film Forever" initiative. In addition to driving growth in the UK industry by investing in education, filmmaking and the like, the institute wants to...
BFI to digitize 10,000 British films as part of Film Forever investment plan

Pearl.com, The Professional Q&A Site Formerly Named JustAnswer, Lands $25.7 Million Series B Funding

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Pearl.com, the Q&A site formerly known as JustAnswer, has raised $25.7 million in a Series B funding round. The San Francisco-based company plans to use the money to add to expand its product globally, build out its mobile presence, and grow its current staff of 300-some employees, half of...
Pearl.com, The Professional Q&A Site Formerly Named JustAnswer, Lands $25.7 Million Series B Funding

StumbleUpon's New VP Knows When You're Cool With Ads

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(Hint: It's when you're "StumblingUpon" things.) Every day, Internet users are hit with a barrage of advertisements, from banners to promoted tweets to pre-roll YouTube ads. Very rarely do those users think of annoying ads as opportunities to learn about a brand's story. But StumbleUpon's Teal Newland, the discovery aggregator's first-ever Vice...
StumbleUpon's New VP Knows When You're Cool With Ads
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