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Luminate Beefs Up FoxSports.com Photos With Stats

Pre-Grade Your Paper

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PaperRater.com analyzes documents immediately, 24/7, in real-time. We provide in depth analysis to help the student improve grammar and writing. You would expect PaperRater.com to take into account all rules related to spelling and grammar. However, you may be surprised to learn that Paper Rater also helps the student...
Pre-Grade Your Paper
LinkedIn jazzes up user profiles with support for photos and videos

Oracle buys Involver less than 2 months after Vitrue acquisition

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Marketing hardware and software corporation Oracle today announced an agreement to acquire social marketing platform company Involver for an unknown sum. The acquisition shows Oracle’s bullishness on social media marketing and sales. At the end of May, the company announced it would buy social management platform Vitrue. With Involver, Oracle gains a strong technology-focused team...
Oracle buys Involver less than 2 months after Vitrue acquisition

Twitter tweaks photos and video viewing

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The micro-blogging site says users can now view enlarged photos right on the page, and also incorporates videos into photo galleries. [Read more]...
Twitter tweaks photos and video viewing

Involver adds visual tool for producing custom Facebook apps without code

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Social marketing platform Involver today introduced a visual tool for building Facebook applications and other customizable experiences. The Visual SML is an addition to Involver’s Social Markup Language, a system that enables front-end developers to code apps more efficiently. Now with the visual tool, coding isn’t necessary. Marketers can drag...
Involver adds visual tool for producing custom Facebook apps without code

Apple wins Dutch ban on certain Samsung Galaxy devices

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A court in the Netherlands ruled some older Samsung mobile products infringe on Apple technology for scrolling through photo galleries. [Read more]...
Apple wins Dutch ban on certain Samsung Galaxy devices

Archiveteam Saves 272 Terabytes of MobileMe Websites From Deletion [Mac Blog]

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A volunteer team has been downloading the entire publicly accessible contents of MobileMe webpages, iDisk folders, and photo galleries, ahead of the shutdown of the MobileMe service on June 30. The team just finished the project, some four days ahead of their deadline. The project began late last yearn and...
Archiveteam Saves 272 Terabytes of MobileMe Websites From Deletion [Mac Blog]

Instagram yanks photo viewing from Twitter streams

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Instagram severed support for Twitter cards on Sunday so images from the photo-sharing service no longer appear in feed streams on the microblogging network. Photos that Instagram's website can still be accessed from Twitter through links included in a tweet. "Instagram has disabled photo integration with Twitter," the microblogging...
Instagram yanks photo viewing from Twitter streams

With $15M in Funding, EXAI Makes It a Snap to Convert Facebook Pages to Full-Blown Websites

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The importance of Facebook to businesses (particularly local) is no longer a question. The ease of setting-up Facebook Pages, and the promotion opportunities around them, are so accessible that for more and more businesses it’s ‘Facebook first, website second’. First or second, no matter how you cut it, this means...
With $15M in Funding, EXAI Makes It a Snap to Convert Facebook Pages to Full-Blown Websites

Picasa photo galleries now redirect users to Google+

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It's no surprise that Google wants Google+ to be the one-stop destination for those signed up for the company's services — and also that it thinks Google+ is a particularly good service for photographers. Now, users of Google's Picasa service will be redirected to Google+ when they visit the...
Picasa photo galleries now redirect users to Google+

Does Setting Up A Paywall Suddenly Make Your Readers Erudite & Intellectual vs. Crass & Tacky?

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We've seen all sorts of bizarre defenses of paywalls for newspapers, but I think this latest one might be the strangest. Melanie Coulson, a senior editor at the Ottawa Citizen, which recently added a paywall, makes the argument that paywalls are needed to get newspapers to stop competing for pageviews...
Does Setting Up A Paywall Suddenly Make Your Readers Erudite & Intellectual vs. Crass & Tacky?
Self-Hosted File Sync Solution ownCloud Goes Commercial

Computex 2013 wrap-up: Windows 8, tablets, Haswell, high-res displays, smartphones, earthquakes and more!

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This year's Computex certainly didn't come and go quietly. From a 6.5-magnitude earthquake shortly after landing in Taipei to tons of tablets, smartphones, Haswell systems and more peripherals than you can shake a Taiwan dollar at, this has been one whirlwind week of hot and humid adventure. Unlike other...
Computex 2013 wrap-up: Windows 8, tablets, Haswell, high-res displays, smartphones, earthquakes and more!

Looking for gift ideas for Dad? Consider Tie Society, the Netflix for ties

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It’s probably not a problem that most dudes in Silicon Valley face unless they happen to be investors or bankers in San Francisco’s financial district. But believe it or not, many guys in cities like Washington, D.C., or New York actually wear ties. Often. And the pressure to debut a...
Looking for gift ideas for Dad? Consider Tie Society, the Netflix for ties

Syfy for iPad app adds Sync feature, second screen content launches Tuesday with Face Off (video)

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We're still not sure about the Sci Fi / Syfy Network name switch, but whatever you call it the network is the latest to jump on the trend of second screen features. Currently available on the latest version of its iPad app (and listed as "coming soon" for Android...
Syfy for iPad app adds Sync feature, second screen content launches Tuesday with Face Off (video)

The Verge app now available for Android and iOS!

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You've waited, you've watched, you've sent angry letters to our homes and offices — and now the day is finally here. Yes, The Verge has been unleashed in the App and Play Stores, and you can go and download version 1.0 of our mobile apps right this moment. We've...
The Verge app now available for Android and iOS!
Has Facebook Become Boring?

Twitter Introducing New Card Types, Including Photo Galleries, At Developer Meetup

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Well, it looks like the developer meetup over at Twitter is underway and information is making its way out over Twitter about it. It sounds like Twitter is unveiling some new Twitter Card types, which are its way of displaying embedded content within tweets…to keep them on their site and...
Twitter Introducing New Card Types, Including Photo Galleries, At Developer Meetup

Guardian app for Google TV: an introduction

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Eighty-six years after a reporter watched the first demonstration of a television system in London, the Guardian will today launch a television app in the US. It's a new way to view our latest videos, headlines and photo galleries on a TV.The app will work on Google TV. If you...
Guardian app for Google TV: an introduction

Can Instagram analytics be a business? Teleportd lands $1m to give it a shot with Nitrogram

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Seedcamp-accelerated startup Teleportd has raised $1 million in seed funding from investment firms Betaworks and Connect Ventures, with angel investors like Seatwave.com CEO Joe Cohen and TransferWise CEO Taavet Hinrikus also chipping in for the round. Teleportd, which was initially launched as a real-time photo search engine, aims to turn...
Can Instagram analytics be a business? Teleportd lands $1m to give it a shot with Nitrogram

Zynga buys Draw Something maker OMGPOP, will soon own everyone and everything

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Four weeks ago, only people who follow and play social games pretty closely had heard of New-York-based developer OMGPOP. Today, over 35 million people have downloaded the company's asynchronous art-guessing game Draw Something, and the company has attracted a Zynga buyout offer that AllThingsD is reporting is worth more...
Zynga buys Draw Something maker OMGPOP, will soon own everyone and everything

iPad falls short on cloud integration

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Apple urgently needs to improve its strategy on the cloud. The iPad and the iPhone are perfect smart terminals for cloud computing. At some level Apple knows this, as it was pushing a MobileMe discount with iPads this weekend. But when you get your hands on an iPad, you realize...
iPad falls short on cloud integration

The 'Cliffs Notes Web' Has Won

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We scan the web for quick markers that indicate things we'll be interested in, whether on a social site like Pinterest or a Forbes blog. This morning Christopher Jobson, creator of ThisIsColossal.com, tweeted this: Despite their similarities, it's amazing to see how much traffic Pinterest drives outward and how much...
The 'Cliffs Notes Web' Has Won
Twitter creates more 'Cards' for displaying multimedia content, keeping with its 'build into Twitter' strategy
Welcome to Instagram on the web: Mobile-first app rolls out web profiles
Detroit resurgent? VentureBeat is coming to the Motor City in September
Want to get people shopping socially? It might be harder than you think

Live: Apple iPod event, 10 a.m. Pacific

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PHOTO GALLERIES: NEW IPODS TAKE ON THESE RIVALS THE NEW Check out the fresh nanos NOKIA (NOK) Trying to take on the iPhone SANDISK (SNDK) shuffle's nemesis? SONY (SNE) Return of the Walkman EVENT BEGINS Folks are still filing in to the Apple (AAPL) event, but it looks like there...
Live: Apple iPod event, 10 a.m. Pacific

United upgrading Gogo in-flight WiFi on its premium service fleet, speeds will reach 9.8 Mbps

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It won't be enough to cancel out the Engadget editor using in-flight WiFi to upload photo galleries (sorry, guys), but it should make web surfing from coach a little less tedious. United has just announced that it will be upgrading its Gogo in-air WiFi service to take advantage of...
United upgrading Gogo in-flight WiFi on its premium service fleet, speeds will reach 9.8 Mbps
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