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Stay tuned with Frequency

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Frequency is a social video-watching app for iOS. It has been available for iPad for a while now, but the recent Version 2.0 update added support for iPhone/iPod touch, and has earned it a spot in the New and Noteworthy section of the App Store’s front page. The app is...
Stay tuned with Frequency
BenchPrep promises to offer 500 digital courses by year’s end
Siri for iPad and Mountain Lion's 'Do Not Disturb' switch rumored on iOS 6

tDash – a clean web client focusing on productivity

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tDash was sent to us to check out, so we did as expected.  Dug in to give you the review.  For starters, they use oAuth for login and promise a clean, simple interface.  URLs are automagically shortened and you can also share pictures.  I was curious how the interface...
tDash – a clean web client focusing on productivity
Samsung's new Galaxy Grand has 5-inch display, subpar resolution

Insert Coin: Botiful telepresence robot for Android (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. Remote-controlled cameras are nothing new -- heck, some even ride atop...
Insert Coin: Botiful telepresence robot for Android (video)

Bitly responds to criticism, restores simple URL shortening

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Bitly stirred up a lot of criticism late last month when it redesigned its URL shortening service with an eye toward becoming more of a hub for saving and sharing links and content. One of the chief complaints was that Bitly’s signature URL shortening was hidden and harder to use....
Bitly responds to criticism, restores simple URL shortening

Cobook, A Slick Address Book App That Doesn’t Upload Your Data

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The mundane Address Book was big news this week due to the privacy fiasco, but here’s a post about an impressive address book app with a different approach to privacy. Cobook is a Mac contact management app that’s simple, powerful and actually fun to use. The software, made by a...
Cobook, A Slick Address Book App That Doesn’t Upload Your Data

How To Protect Your Privacy On Facebook Timeline — Without Wasting Time!

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People worry that timeline will put their entire lives on display or require a seemingly infinite amount of time to customize. Neither of these has to be true! Timeline will become mandatory for all users on Facebook over the coming weeks. When it hits your profile, you’ll have  seven days to...
How To Protect Your Privacy On Facebook Timeline — Without Wasting Time!

Marketing fail: online ad lets users “Get the Look” of Afghan gunman

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Online ad technology makes it easy for users to imitate the fashion of people they see online. Through the magic of “in-image advertising,” users can get shoes like Sarah Jessica Parker or a ball cap like the one Jay-Z wears. Unfortunately, in-image advertising also means that brands can become associated...
Marketing fail: online ad lets users “Get the Look” of Afghan gunman

Internet cookie crunch on the way for online shoppers

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Websites must soon ask visitors to consent to cookies under new rules, producing the potential for a rash of pop-upsDelia Smith is having trouble with her cookies – and we don't mean her delicious-sounding chocolate almond ones.If you log on to the TV chef's Delia Online websiteto check out her...
Internet cookie crunch on the way for online shoppers
How ISPs will do "six strikes": throttled speeds, blocked sites

The New Delicious.com Is Now Live & Looks Like A Winner

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After giving users a sneak peek last month, the new owners of Delicious.com have launched the new version of the venerable bookmarking site. On first glance, it looks like they have a winner on their hands. Going to the home page today should show a small pop-up window introducing the...
The New Delicious.com Is Now Live & Looks Like A Winner
Pin it, like it, buy it: Ubokia enables back-door e-commerce on Pinterest

VLC 2.02 adds Retina display support, ditches font cache interruptions

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The latest version of everyone's favorite file-type-friendly media player has been updated on both Windows and OS X, although the Apple iteration gets the most major addition -- playback support on the new MacBook Pro's Retina display. Alongside sharper menus, VLC's latest update extends functionality to the video itself,...
VLC 2.02 adds Retina display support, ditches font cache interruptions
Dropbox unveils social photo sharing, easier photo management, and document quick-preview

Mozilla Persona sign-in launches in beta, skips the social networking ball and chain (video)

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We all know those web pages where the only alternative to a site-specific login is a social networking account. That's not very reassuring for anyone skittish about linking their commentary to a Facebook account relatives might see, if they're even willing to join a social network in the first...
Mozilla Persona sign-in launches in beta, skips the social networking ball and chain (video)

Google now displays movie trailers with search results

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Google is making it easier to choose which movie to see on your next trip to your local multiplex by embedding movie trailers into its search results. From google.com, you can type a search term like "showtime" and a location, like a city name or zip code, and  a...
Google now displays movie trailers with search results

The Sims 3: Showtime

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PC; £29.99; cert 12+; EAThe latest Sims 3 add-on, like the others, has been carefully crafted to find new ways to micromanage your time and befuddle your senses. The basic virtual dollhouse formula is unchanged but Showtime adds a new hood, new bling and a supposedly new incentive to play...
The Sims 3: Showtime

Gmail gets small update

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Google is previewing a small change that will affect every e-mail that you write, the company announced Tuesday. The company made a change to the "Compose" button, which now opens in a pop-up window similar to the way the company displays chats. The change, Google product manager Phil Sharp said,...
Gmail gets small update

Now you can share Vine videos to Tumblr and any other blog with Vineit

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Twitter launched Vine last week and the short-video service has proven to be popular among its users (despite plenty of early bugs), but sharing beyond Twitter is currently limited. Until now, that is. Dwolla Developer Evangelist Michael Schonfeld — @baconseason — has a built a service that shares the 6-second videos to...
Now you can share Vine videos to Tumblr and any other blog with Vineit

Trapping content on the iPad won't work, even if it's pretty

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Wired is one of the few magazines I read cover to cover. It consistently exposes me to new ideas and topics. For that, I'm grateful (and a longtime subscriber). But when it comes to the iPad, I really don't understand what the Wired crew is doing. Design-wise, Wired's iPad demo...
Trapping content on the iPad won't work, even if it's pretty

Note To BBC: The Future Of Radio Is Not "This Content Is Not Available On Your Device"

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For a media organization founded in the 1920s, the British Broadcasting Corporation has done a remarkable job of keeping up with the times. Its iPlayer media app is adored by those fortunate enough to have access to it. This week, the BBC launched an iPlayer spinoff that focuses on...
Note To BBC: The Future Of Radio Is Not "This Content Is Not Available On Your Device"
Samsung Galaxy Note II to launch in US with five carriers 'by mid-November'

Spotify suspends music download service

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EXCLUSIVE: No longer supporting purchases Spotify is no longer allowing users to buy music through its streaming service, Pocket-lint has discovered. When trying to buy tracks, even Premium subscribers are met with a notice that states, "We're no longer supporting new download purchases on Spotify." The pop-up window sends...
Spotify suspends music download service
FBI Warns Travelers Of Unexplained Pop-Up Window Horror

Mobile data roaming is set to become a lot cheaper in Europe as new EU price caps roll out

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Staying connected as you travel around Europe is about to get a lot cheaper for millions of EU citizens as new European Union price caps on mobile data roaming come into force. From 1 July 2012, EU mobile operators will be able to charge no more than 70 euro cents plus...
Mobile data roaming is set to become a lot cheaper in Europe as new EU price caps roll out

Facebook's new mobile app install ads are nice, but it's not special treatment from Apple

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Facebook introduced a new mobile app install procedure for developers today. They can now craft ads that allow users to install apps directly inside of the Facebook app on iOS 6. An ad featuring an install button used to send a user out to the App Store to finish installing...
Facebook's new mobile app install ads are nice, but it's not special treatment from Apple

Google Drive Now More Tightly Integrated Into Gmail: Lets You Share Files Up 10 GB

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Remember when entire companies were launched, primarily to work around the fact that Microsoft Exchange-based email systems had message size limits that impacted the size of email attachments you could send? How far we’ve come. Today, Google announced it’s integrating its online file storage and collaboration service Google Drive (formerly Docs)...
Google Drive Now More Tightly Integrated Into Gmail: Lets You Share Files Up 10 GB

Facebook appears to be testing new analytics to help Page owners understand how fans find updates

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Facebook Pages could be getting a new analytic metric soon, that is if what we’re seeing on the site are true. Seen in the wild, at least some Pages administrators are now able to see the breakdown of who’s viewed specific posts by organic and viral means. Normally, administrators will...
Facebook appears to be testing new analytics to help Page owners understand how fans find updates
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