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Gamification, huh? What IS it good for?

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Look away, next-level business gurus: Gartner says you're 'driven by novelty and hype' and 80% of your applications will failIf you picked November 2012 in the "When will Gartner publish a report delivering a no-nonsense takedown of gamification mania?" sweepstakes, award yourself some points. Oh no, wait...Flippancy aside, Gartner's report...
Gamification, huh? What IS it good for?
Low-fat Ice Cream Sandwich: Android 4.0 boosts HTC Vivid performance up to 66%

Greplin Recasts Itself as Cue, an Intelligent Personal Assistant App

allthingsd.com
Greplin, the personal search start-up, is trying to become more helpful and more mainstream with the launch of a new personal assistant app called Cue. Cue is an app that processes a users’ emails, contacts and files. Then it presents a daily agenda, de-duplicates and updates contacts, and surfaces important...
Greplin Recasts Itself as Cue, an Intelligent Personal Assistant App

Connectify brings its broadband channel bonding service to the cloud

gigaom.com
Coming off a successful Kickstarter campaign to fund its Dispatch broadband aggregation software, Connectify is returning to the crowd-funding site for the next iteration of its product. This time around, the Philadelphia startup is developing a cloud-based packet parsing and channel bonding service called Switchboard designed to speed up video...
Connectify brings its broadband channel bonding service to the cloud

CheapAir.com Mobile Voice Search Not Very "Natural"

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Several sites are touting a new voice search feature on the CheapAir.com app. The company says that it uses the iPhone’s own speech recognition capability on the front end but then does some semantic parsing on its side to deliver flight search results. I tried the app and found that...
CheapAir.com Mobile Voice Search Not Very "Natural"

still get a kick out of MyBlogLog's natural language parsing of tweets http://www.mybloglog.com/buzz/topics/doh

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still get a kick out of MyBlogLog's natural language parsing of tweets http://www.mybloglog.com/buzz/topics/doh

RT @twitterapi: parsed entities from tweets - a.k.a. parsing out hashtags is hard! - http://bit.ly/twentities #hashtags #hard (subtle joke included) ^RK

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RT @twitterapi: parsed entities from tweets - a.k.a. parsing out hashtags is hard! - http://bit.ly/twentities #hashtags #hard (subtle joke included) ^RK

What it really means when someone says ‘Hadoop’

gigaom.com
Big data is among the hottest trends in IT right now, and Hadoop stands front and center in the discussion of how to implement a big data strategy. There’s just one problem that keeps cropping up: many people don’t seem to know exactly what it means when somebody says “Hadoop.”...
What it really means when someone says ‘Hadoop’
Apple’s request for an emergency ban on U.S. HTC device imports overruled by ITC

Statistical parsing of English sentences - CodeProject

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Statistical parsing of English sentences - CodeProject

The Coolest Thing I Saw at Chirp? It Wasn’t the Twitter Platform

staynalive.com
Amongst all the amazing things being launched at Twitter’s Chirp developer conference: @anywhere, User Streams, New developer Terms, Ad Platform Announcements, and more, nothing truly got me excited in a way that said, “this is the future”.  True, User Streams will save me thousands.  @anywhere is very convenient.  None of...
The Coolest Thing I Saw at Chirp? It Wasn’t the Twitter Platform

Jaja: A Pressure Sensitive iPad Stylus With A Clever Twist

techcrunch.com
“Who Wants A Stylus?” - Steve Jobs, MacWorld 2007 As it turns out, plenty of people do. Not for navigating around the user interface, mind you — Steve (et al.) was absolutely right about that. But for the artists of the world looking to use the iPhone or iPad as...
Jaja: A Pressure Sensitive iPad Stylus With A Clever Twist

Update Ruby now before it goes off the Rails

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Do you use Ruby on Rails? If so, it's time to update. Now. Ruby on Rails is an open source Web application framework built to use with the Ruby programming language. Ruby on Rails--or just Rails--gives Web developers the ability to gather information from Web servers, or query a...
Update Ruby now before it goes off the Rails
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Jaja: A Pressure Sensitive iPad Stylus With A Clever Twist

techcrunch.com
“Who Wants A Stylus?” - Steve Jobs, MacWorld 2007 As it turns out, plenty of people do. Not for navigating around the user interface, mind you — Steve (et al.) was absolutely right about that. But for the artists of the world looking to use the iPhone or iPad as...
Jaja: A Pressure Sensitive iPad Stylus With A Clever Twist

App of the Week: Mind Vault helps you memorize anything

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Our new App of the Week is great for students, or anyone else who needs to memorize something, and there’s a very Seattle story behind it. Designer Noah Read developed the Mind Vault memorization app during his daily ferry commute from Bainbridge Island to Seattle, teaching himself to program...
App of the Week: Mind Vault helps you memorize anything
Mobile phones an 'old person's nightmare' no more, thanks to Fujitsu!

DiffBot's new API brilliantly reveals what's hiding behind any link

venturebeat.com
Web content analysis startup Diffbot has launched a new beta API called “Page Classifier” that can reveal the page type and language behind any URL, the company announced today. Diffbot’s first APIs emphasized the scanning, parsing, and extracting of information from web pages. Developers could use these APIs to...
DiffBot's new API brilliantly reveals what's hiding behind any link

Google Now praises the iPad, but only if you ask it about giraffes

thenextweb.com
A bug in Google Now (and Google Translate) spits out some fairly amusing dialog if you ask it ‘what is a Giraffe’. It appears to be a glitch having to do with ending an open-ended phrase in ‘with’ in either translation or input, because you can ask it ‘filled with‘...
Google Now praises the iPad, but only if you ask it about giraffes
Twitter's new map shows how citizens respond to Obama and Romney's Tweets

Twitter Now Auto-Parses Hashtags, URLS & More

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Twitter announced yesterday that it would begin offering parsed and structured data via its API that will likely lead to a slew of new Twitter tools and ways of extracting information from tweets. Until now, Twitter developers had to work with individual tweets on their own, pulling out hashtags, @...
Twitter Now Auto-Parses Hashtags, URLS & More

Parsing through Apple v. Samsung infringed devices

www.cnet.com
On Friday, Samsung violated patent rights on 26 of its devices. CNET takes a closer look at these handsets and where they stand. [Read more]...
Parsing through Apple v. Samsung infringed devices
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Just Vehemently Denied Giving The Government Direct Access To Facebook Servers

YC-Backed Semantics3 Is A Massive Consumer Products Database To Rule Them All

techcrunch.com
As more merchants flock to the web to sell their products online, there has been a deluge of data to be indexed by retailers who are looking to see where certain products are being sold and for how much. Parsing and extracting the value from all of this data is...
YC-Backed Semantics3 Is A Massive Consumer Products Database To Rule Them All
Mobile: Google May Make iOS Map App After All, But Not to Help Apple
Business Insider's Henry Blodget promises that digital news organizations will rule the world

Napkin Labs launches Facebook 'Fan Center' to give brands more qualitative customer relationships

thenextweb.com
This morning Napkin Labs released its new product ‘Fan Center’ to help brands bolster and sustain their engagement on Facebook among its userbase. Calling it a ‘community hub’ that is attached directly to Facebook itself, the product is designed to solicit user feedback – action, essentially – in a different...
Napkin Labs launches Facebook 'Fan Center' to give brands more qualitative customer relationships
Sush.io Raises $325K Led By Kima Ventures For Its Smart Dashboard To Help Track Online/SaaS Expenditure

Parsing Apple's TV ambitions

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People don't replace their TVs every few years, which makes the idea of an Apple TV set less plausible compared to an Apple set-top box, says Jean-Louis Gassée. [Read more]...
Parsing Apple's TV ambitions

Chrome Extensions for web development

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Webmaster Level: All The Chrome Developer Tools are great for debugging HTML, JavaScript and CSS in Chrome. If you're writing a webpage or even a web app for the Chrome Web Store, you can inspect elements in the DOM, debug live JavaScript, and edit CSS styles directly in the current...
Chrome Extensions for web development
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