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OneWed helps you plan your wedding on an iPad

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Trying to plan for a wedding can be an arduous process. You have to decide on everything from the gown to the flowers to the photos and it’s not easy tracking everything down. OneWed, ranked 58th in our GeekWire 200 index of the region’s top startups, offers a solution. The Seattle-based software/media hybrid startup...
OneWed helps you plan your wedding on an iPad

Powered by Macheen, Lenovo sells bits of no-contract 3G

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Lenovo is taking a new approach to make its ThinkPad laptops more appealing to consumers and enterprises. The devices come with an embedded 3G radio for mobile broadband, which isn’t new, but in addition to the 3G capability, Lenovo is also selling wireless service without any contract. Called Lenovo Mobile...
Powered by Macheen, Lenovo sells bits of no-contract 3G

T-Mobile to offer Square card reader to business customers

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Anyone with an iPhone can apply for a free Square credit card reader. But now the process is easier than ever, as T-Mobile will begin offering the revolutionary small business solution at the point of purchase to customers who sign up for a business plan. It’s a move that will...
T-Mobile to offer Square card reader to business customers

4 Retail Revolutionaries Rethinking E-Commerce

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Even as consumers flock to buy products online--more than $900 billion worth last year--the e-commerce market is still largely dominated by clunky storefronts. But these four companies are finding smarter ways to create a more dynamic, social retail experience. Photo by TOBY BURDITT Don BradfordVP of Social Product / eBay...
4 Retail Revolutionaries Rethinking E-Commerce

MasterCard, VISA Warn of Processor Breach

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VISA and MasterCard are alerting banks across the country about a recent major breach at a U.S.-based credit card processor. Sources in the financial sector are calling the breach “massive,” and say it may involve more than 10 million compromised card numbers. In separate non-public alerts sent late last week,...
MasterCard, VISA Warn of Processor Breach

Why location marketing is new point-of-purchase

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Why location marketing is new point-of-purchase

Upcoming tech and media events you should know about [Discounts]

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Every two weeks, The Next Web helps you keep track of interesting technology events around the globe by bringing you a list of upcoming tech conferences, meetups and get-togethers. As the end of the year approaches, we’ve already added a few of next year’s events. For most of these events...
Upcoming tech and media events you should know about [Discounts]

Forget Foursquare: Why Location Marketing Is New Point-of-Purchase

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Soon every website and service will be able to tell where you are, opening up the floodgates for location-based marketing and blurring the budget lines for advertisers....
Forget Foursquare: Why Location Marketing Is New Point-of-Purchase

AT&T plans on equipping all of its retail stores with iPads, to replace bulky cash registers

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If you don’t live in an overly techy city like San Francisco or New York, you probably haven’t experienced what it’s like to walk into a store that doesn’t have a cash register. You know, those bulky, ugly machines that rings you up and swipes your credit card or spits...
AT&T plans on equipping all of its retail stores with iPads, to replace bulky cash registers

Pete Townshend Makes Required Annual 'Blame iTunes' Appearance, Global Deathclock Reset

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It must be fall again. The temperature is dipping low at night. The leaves are changing color and attracting gawking, mouthy tourists (Northeastern US only). Football (the American version) is all over the tube almost all week long. (The non-American version has no season as far as I can tell...
Pete Townshend Makes Required Annual 'Blame iTunes' Appearance, Global Deathclock Reset

Why does Apple care so much about SIM cards anyway?

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Comparison of SIM card sizes by Giesecke & Devrient Apple has reportedly offered its design for itsy bitsy SIM cards — known officially as nano-SIM — to other mobile device makers that are part of the ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) without asking them to pay for it. There’s probably...
Why does Apple care so much about SIM cards anyway?

Forget Foursquare: Why Location Marketing Is New Point-of-Purchase

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Forget Foursquare: Why Location Marketing Is New Point-of-Purchase
MacBook Pro with Retina display dismantled by iFixit, revealing soldered RAM
HTC: Wifi glitch so far only seen in Tegra 3 One X

iPad Accessories: A Quick Guide to Apple’s Official Add-Ons

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The minimum you’ve forked out (or are planning to fork out) for the Apple iPad is $499, so paying out for accessories on top of that might sting a little.To try and help you decide what’s actually worth spending extra money on, we’ve taken a look at the official...
iPad Accessories: A Quick Guide to Apple’s Official Add-Ons

Upcoming tech and media events from around the globe

thenextweb.com
Every two weeks, The Next Web helps you keep track of interesting technology events around the globe by bringing you a list of upcoming tech conferences, meetups and get-togethers. As the end of the year approaches, we’ve already added a few of next year’s events. For most of these events...
Upcoming tech and media events from around the globe
Prepping for the holiday shopping season, Decide.com rolls out updated app

Google: Mobile And Video Research Drive In-Store Cell Phone Purchases

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Curious how consumers are making decisions regarding which cell phone to buy? Google teamed up with Compete on a study examining how the online consumer shops for a wireless device and we have the results of the survey and study exclusively. Google and Compete tracked consumers online and searching patterns,...
Google: Mobile And Video Research Drive In-Store Cell Phone Purchases
Smartphones & Tablets To Be Primary Screen For Gamers, Says Analyst, Powering 64BN+ Games Downloads By 2017 (3X 2012 Figure)
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