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Nexus Q images leak ahead of I/O keynote

The World According to Microsoft: 11 Semi-Random Factoids

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These statistics were projected on the screen before Steve Ballmer took the stage in San Francisco on Monday to introduce the latest version of Microsoft Office: 73% of business managers believe work spillover into personal time isn't a bad thing 59% of business managers believe they make better business decisions...
The World According to Microsoft: 11 Semi-Random Factoids

Waitress Fired Over Facebook Status

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Waitress Fired Over Facebook Status is a post from Chris PirilloAshley Johnson was unhappy with the way her shift at work went the other night, so she vented about it on her Facebook page – on her own time. The waitress, who worked at Brixx Pizza in Charlotte, N.C., stayed...
Waitress Fired Over Facebook Status

BlackBerry Balance: A New BlackBerry 10 Feature For Perpetually Connected Consumers

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Guest author Sarah Rotman Epps is a Senior Analyst at Forrester Research. One of the most delightful product features I saw at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas earlier this month came from an unexpected source: the new BlackBerry 10 operating system from Research In Motion (RIM). While RIM...
BlackBerry Balance: A New BlackBerry 10 Feature For Perpetually Connected Consumers

Open Angel Forum: Showing the Middle Finger to Pay-to-Pitch

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In these difficult times, it can be even more challenging — than it already is — for entrepreneurs to raise seed capital. There are investors out there ready to give you their time though, but what if you were asked to pay a fee for it? Jason Calacanis will have...
Open Angel Forum: Showing the Middle Finger to Pay-to-Pitch
BII MOBILE INSIGHTS: What "Personal Computing" Really Means

20-Hour Workdays: 4 Ways To Survive A Startup

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Guest author Gary Whitehill is Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Startup Weekend. Entrepreneurs come in all shapes and sizes. But the most successful pioneers tend to share certain traits. Entrepreneurs are driven, innovative, persistent, resilient, and, as The New York Times' David Segal suggests, just the right amount of crazy. The daunting venture...
20-Hour Workdays: 4 Ways To Survive A Startup

BlackBerry 10 hands-on (video)

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Like any good show pony, BlackBerry 10's been trotting around the world, strutting the fairly limited elements of its known UI in an effort to court developers. The platform, without question the nail upon which RIM's fate and fortune hangs, had its big coming out party this past May...
BlackBerry 10 hands-on (video)

The contentious science of sleep and insomnia

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Even something as natural as sleep is subject to social pressure, and figuring out why we sleep badly is more difficult than it seems. Is sharing beds with a significant other stopping us from falling into deep sleep? Did industrial capitalism destroy a healthier pattern of shorter, more frequent...
The contentious science of sleep and insomnia
I want my DNC: three days of hashtags and pseudo-events

Brandividualism: Dilema or Opportunity?

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Many business owners and managers are perplexed by the social web. The effect of customer participation with social media on brands is undeniable. The effect of employee participation with social media can be a bit of a quandary.  The range of acceptance for social web activity runs the gamut from IT...
Brandividualism: Dilema or Opportunity?
CHART OF THE DAY: When People Use Mobile Devices (AAPL, GOOG, MSFT)
Paper beats rock, but SignEasy and Evernote beat paper

The World According to Microsoft: 12 Semi-Random Factoids

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These statistics were projected on the screen before Steve Ballmer took the stage in San Francisco on Monday to introduce the latest version of Microsoft Office: 73% of business managers believe work spillover into personal time isn't a bad thing. 59% of business managers believe they make better business decisions...
The World According to Microsoft: 12 Semi-Random Factoids

How Stripe, Weebly And Cue Make Programming Challenges That Are Good For Recruiting

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Editor’s note: Robby Walker is co-founder and CTO of Cue. His previous company, Zenter, sold to Google in 2007. Follow him on Twitter @rwalker. Startups like Stripe, Weebly, and Cue have spent weeks of valuable engineering time building programming challenges. And tens of thousands of engineers spend their valuable personal time...
How Stripe, Weebly And Cue Make Programming Challenges That Are Good For Recruiting

Exclusive: Sprint quietly CONFIRMS that their 4G LTE network will be “unlimited”

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Update: We just got a response from Sprint’s PR person Nichole Cappitelli, who confirmed that Sprint WILL in fact offer unlimited data with their new 4G LTE network when it goes live. I sent an email to her that asked if Sprint would be offering unlimited data on their new...
Exclusive: Sprint quietly CONFIRMS that their 4G LTE network will be “unlimited”

Here’s What “Post-PC” Looks Like: Over Half Of Info Workers Use 3 Or More Devices At Work

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We’re on post-PC watch here lately, tracking the many warning signs that we’ve crossed the imaginary line separating PC’s heyday from that of a new landscape scattered with multiple mobile devices; it’s a place where the traditional desktop and laptop computer is seeing decreasing importance. That’s why this new Forrester...
Here’s What “Post-PC” Looks Like: Over Half Of Info Workers Use 3 Or More Devices At Work
Sprint LG Viper 4G pre-orders begin April 12th for $99.99

Congress Should Listen To Marissa Mayer

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Congress could learn some lessons from Silicon Valley. Extreme partisan gridlock over the federal budget is inching the country closer to drastic spending cuts, known ominously as “the sequester.” Yet, members of Congress used to be far more agreeable back when they weren’t occupied with four-day weekends raising cash in their districts...
Congress Should Listen To Marissa Mayer

A Day In The Life Of A Multi-Billion-Dollar Startup Founder

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Inc's Liz Welch interviewed LivingSocial founder Tim O'Shaughnessy. LivingSocial is a daily deals company with a multi-billion-dollar valuation, more than 46 million members and 5,000 employees. It was founded in 2009. O'Shaughnessy says he wakes up at 5 AM and grabs his phone while he's still in bed to...
A Day In The Life Of A Multi-Billion-Dollar Startup Founder

Want To Rent A Founder? Justin Kan’s Exec Is Making That Happen (For Charity)

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Justin Kan is a busy guy. The serial entrepreneur is best known as the founder of Justin.tv, the online community that lets users broadcast, watch, and interact around video. Last year, he and team spun-off Twitch.tv, a gaming-focused version of the video streaming site, and the fast-growing Socialcam, which is...
Want To Rent A Founder? Justin Kan’s Exec Is Making That Happen (For Charity)

Konka W900 hands-on

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If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, consider Konka the number one practitioner of that "craft." The company, (in)famous for its OEM-copycatting ways, has set up a booth here at CTIA 2012, letting us get some up close and personal time with its W900. The HTC-esque handset, previously...
Konka W900 hands-on
Microsoft Office lifestyle: making consumers more like enterprisers
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