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Case study: FBX ads result in more sales when combined with Facebook Ads API

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E-commerce customers who were targeted with Facebook Exchange remarketing ads after first seeing a traditional Facebook ad generated 89 percent more in sales revenue than customers who entered the remarketing pool through non-Facebook channels, according to a study by Nanigans. In a four-month study of an online retailer that generated $1.2 million in...
Case study: FBX ads result in more sales when combined with Facebook Ads API

The Problem Of Money In Politics

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We have finally gotten videos up on the web from our Hacking Society event that happened in late April. A number of participants are going to blog this week about some of the specific topics and my contribution will be about our conversation about money and politics. This 14min video...
The Problem Of Money In Politics

Paul Graham Giving Away Billion Dollar Startup Ideas, Basically

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"You're welcome!" (via twitter/pg) Betabeat first alerted you to the phenomenon of investors giving away their best ideas like so many party favors last June. But it appears repeat offender Paul Graham is at it again! Back in 2008, Mr. Graham kicked off the practice by posting a list of...
Paul Graham Giving Away Billion Dollar Startup Ideas, Basically
Latest Motorola X Phone specs and render point to 4.7-inch Gorilla Glass 3 display

Walked down to tide pool at Harris Beach, OR http://post.ly/cLtz

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Walked down to tide pool at Harris Beach, OR http://post.ly/cLtz

T-Mobile officially confirms Samsung Galaxy Note, reveals no additional information

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Due to numerous marketing materials, FCC documents and other leaks, T-Mobile hasn't exactly made it a secret that the Samsung Galaxy Note would be coming to its network sometime soon. We've been begging the company to just come clean about it and confirm the inevitable, and a spokesperson has...
T-Mobile officially confirms Samsung Galaxy Note, reveals no additional information

Out by the pool at my Woodside house with Dan Ruby and my mom. http://r2.ly/yjyr

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Out by the pool at my Woodside house with Dan Ruby and my mom. http://r2.ly/yjyr

Coming soon to Linux: A lightweight KDE alternative

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Choice has always been a hallmark of the desktop Linux world, where users can select not just the distribution they prefer but also the desktop environment, among virtually countless other features. Soon, however, the pool of desktop options will get even bigger thanks to a new project that recently...
Coming soon to Linux: A lightweight KDE alternative

Sprint unveils shared data plans for businesses

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As of Friday, the carrier now lets small businesses share a pool of data among as many as 30 different mobile devices. [Read more]...
Sprint unveils shared data plans for businesses

Insert Coin: cookoo is the watch for geeks who want to keep it subtle (video)

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In Insert Coin, we look at an exciting new tech project that requires funding before it can hit production. If you'd like to pitch a project, please send us a tip with "Insert Coin" as the subject line. This is the cookoo, a smart timepiece created by former Microsoft...
Insert Coin: cookoo is the watch for geeks who want to keep it subtle (video)

Google begins collecting users’ data across its services

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Google launched its new privacy policy on Thursday, adding Web search and YouTube history to the pool of data that the company collects about its account-holders. The changes bring 60 of the company’s services under the same umbrella, and clarifies that Google has permission to share the information of people...
Google begins collecting users’ data across its services

ECOXBT waterproof bluetooth speaker keeps the party floating

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Waterproof smartphones and cameras are pretty much commonplace these days, but what about accessories to accompany these aquatic electronics? Enter the ECOXBT from ECOXGEAR. Priced at $130 this IPX7 approved, rugged, floating bluetooth speaker box can not only withstand 30 minutes under a meter of water -- it also...
ECOXBT waterproof bluetooth speaker keeps the party floating
Verizon announces “Share Everything” plans — the future of mobile data (sort of)

Is The Debate Over Data And Online Privacy Misguided?

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Consumers have long been trading their personal data in return for access to Web sites like Facebook. The tradeoff has worked well for both companies and consumers but, as the pool of data grows bigger, so have concerns over privacy....
Is The Debate Over Data And Online Privacy Misguided?

AngelList's 'Invest' service helped Distil Networks add $200k to its $1.8m round in less than a week

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Distil Networks closed a $1.8 million seed round of funding in January. It was raised over time, with participation from TechStars, and ff Venture Capital. Then the company raised another $200,000, this time not from names that you can recognize, but instead form a group of individual – don’t call...
AngelList's 'Invest' service helped Distil Networks add $200k to its $1.8m round in less than a week

Name that Tech Tune: Win passes to the 'Game of Thrones' Seattle premiere

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techtune64 This week’s Name that Tech Tune challenge is considerably tougher than most — a test of your knowledge of HBO’s “Game of Thrones.” And if you’re a big enough fan to know the answer to this, you’re going to love this week’s prize: We’re giving away two pairs of...
Name that Tech Tune: Win passes to the 'Game of Thrones' Seattle premiere

Best Of: Curbed SF Flickr Pool

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Twice daily Curbed checks in with the Curbed SF Flickr group so that we can feature photography of our city for our AM and PM Linkage. Lately we've noticed an abundance of amazing shots, and we didn't want them to get overlooked by not making it onto the site.Click here...
Best Of: Curbed SF Flickr Pool

Horoscopes, Yahoo, video, Instagram, Lost Bubble, more on this week’s top 20 growing Facebook apps by DAU

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Daily Horoscope was the No. 1 gainer on our list of Facebook applications that grew by daily users this week. Additionally, there were two other horoscope apps, Yahoo, a few video websites, mobile apps, Instagram, Facebook’s developer site, and games led by Lost Bubble. The titles below grew between...
Horoscopes, Yahoo, video, Instagram, Lost Bubble, more on this week’s top 20 growing Facebook apps by DAU

Explaining AT&T and Verizons' complex shared-data plans

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Confused by how AT&T’s new shared-data plans work? Well, we’ve put together a primer to show you how they work and compare them to Verizon’s similar pricing structure. Ultimately, shared data might not be for you, but hopefully this guide will help clear up the confusion. Verizon’s plans went into...
Explaining AT&T and Verizons' complex shared-data plans

Name that Tech Tune: Which phone used this version of the T-Mobile ringtone?

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Our topic this weekend on the GeekWire radio show T-Mobile’s attempt to shake up the wireless industry, and in keeping with that theme, this week’s Name that Tech Tune contest is a version of the T-Mobile jingle that came with a specific device from the wireless company. We’re looking for...
Name that Tech Tune: Which phone used this version of the T-Mobile ringtone?
Twitter Redesigns #Music To Further Highlight Charts, Offering A Hint Of What's To Come Site-Wide

Urbanspoon adds ‘Right Now’ feature for real-time table availability

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Urbanspoon, the Seattle-based restaurant locator and reservation service, is rolling out a new feature that will let diners check the immediate availability of tables at restaurants where they want to eat, stepping up the company’s competition with the rival OpenTable service. The new feature, called Rezbook “Right Now,” is being...
Urbanspoon adds ‘Right Now’ feature for real-time table availability
Verizon Wireless family data plan calculator leaked in a screenshot

AT&T and General Motors Will Bring Wireless Data to Cars

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Your smartphone and tablet can already share the same pool of data on your cellphone bill. Next year, you may be able to add a car to your phone plan as well....
AT&T and General Motors Will Bring Wireless Data to Cars

Facebook doesn't need ads to monetize Instagram

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Given its hefty $715 million price, there’s no doubt that Facebook is looking to monetize Instagram over time — it would be insane not to. But with the acquisition behind it, we’re left wondering exactly how Facebook plans to earn back that cash for shareholders. Facebook’s next step is unknown, but not entirely unpredictable....
Facebook doesn't need ads to monetize Instagram

Apple's Record Plunge Into Debt Pool

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Apple Inc. sold the largest corporate-bond deal in history Tuesday, a $17 billion offering investors hungrily gobbled up. Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Deutsche Bank AG sold the debt for Apple to investors in all corners of the credit markets, from buyers overseas to municipal-bond investors to portfolio managers who...
Apple's Record Plunge Into Debt Pool
'Flame' virus offshoot burns high-profile victims

Cozy could make renting much more comfortable for both landlords and tenants

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Renting is a pain. Sure, it saves you from financial doom when the housing market collapses, and it certainly is a lot more affordable when you're feeling a bit resource-constrained, but it can cause some massive headaches. Depending on your market, scoring a place may require applying to dozens...
Cozy could make renting much more comfortable for both landlords and tenants
Name that Tech Tune: What is this classic Nintendo game?

DoubleClick: What is it and what does it do?

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DoubleClick appeared more than any other name in our Tracking the Trackers data. Here we find out as much as we can about what it does.DoubleClick appeared more than any other name in our Tracking the Trackers data. Here we find out as much as we can about what it...
DoubleClick: What is it and what does it do?
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