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Move over Amazon MP3 store, Spotify hits Kindle Fire

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Hope you have room for another music app on that Kindle Fire: Spotify is now available in the Amazon Appstore for the small slate. The software is free and provides ad-supported access to the millions of tracks in Spotify’s digital music library. While Kindle Fire owners can play music from...
Move over Amazon MP3 store, Spotify hits Kindle Fire

Bump Aims to Ease Sharing Files Between Phones and PCs

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Bump, the program best known for letting people share photos and contacts from one phone to another, is expanding further onto the desktop. With a new software update, photos, contacts and other types of files can now be shared between phones and computers (both Mac and Windows). Bump had previously...
Bump Aims to Ease Sharing Files Between Phones and PCs

CVTrust wants to make it so you can't lie about your education on your resume

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It happened to former Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson, it’s happened to thousands of other professionals and it’ll happen again.  Lying about Embellishing your resume is never a good idea, and as time goes on, it’s just going to become easier and easier to get caught. Case in point: CVTrust is a startup that’s looking to change...
CVTrust wants to make it so you can't lie about your education on your resume

Crittercism raises $12m for its crash report service for mobile apps, tightens its links to Google

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Crittercism, the crash report service for mobile apps, has a pulled in a $12 million Series B funding round led by Google Ventures, with participation from Shasta Ventures and Opus Capital. All three are existing investors in the company, and the round furthers its association with Google. The company was...
Crittercism raises $12m for its crash report service for mobile apps, tightens its links to Google
This startup wants to kill the 'when are you free?' question (exclusive)

Spotify Launches Mobile Radio Service for All Levels of Users

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Spotify's mobile products were originally available only subscribers who paid for its premium service. Warning: This works on iOS devices only....
Spotify Launches Mobile Radio Service for All Levels of Users
Spotify to offer family subscription plans

Onavo launches free 'Insights' iOS app rankings, tapping into its users' habits

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Since launching at The Next Web Conference Europe a couple of years ago, Onavo has made a name for itself with its apps for Android and iOS that allow users to consume less mobile data and catch the biggest data-hogging culprits on their devices. There’s another side to the company though,...
Onavo launches free 'Insights' iOS app rankings, tapping into its users' habits
Hulu Plus app lands on Windows 8 (and it actually looks pretty cool)

Boundary announces free service, speedier monitoring for public and private clouds

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Boundary, a San Francisco-based startup developing a networking monitoring solution, has introduced some new capabilities for dev-ops to track traffic in real-time on cloud-based applications. In a nutshell, companies are making more regular changes to their applications, so Boundary claims to updates developers in seconds, rather than minutes, to...
Boundary announces free service, speedier monitoring for public and private clouds

Astrid 2.0: Productivity Assistant Comes To The iPad With Voice Recording, Premium Service

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Earlier this month, Jordan mentioned Astrid in her list of must-have back-to-school apps. For those not familiar with Astrid, it was one of the first task and list management apps to show up on the Android Market back in 2008, where it has since become a stalwart. The app later...
Astrid 2.0: Productivity Assistant Comes To The iPad With Voice Recording, Premium Service

Wunderlist Pro goes live for iOS, Mac and web, priced at $50 per year (video)

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6Wunderkinder let us know last week that it was entering the big leagues of task management with Wunderlist Pro, and today it's possible for us to follow along. The company's first premium service is now available for those running the iOS, Mac and web apps, albeit with a slightly...
Wunderlist Pro goes live for iOS, Mac and web, priced at $50 per year (video)

WebEx co-founder launches Moxtra app to organize your multimedia, foster collaboration

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Moxtra, the new organizational app from the team behind WebEx, wants to classify your media and help you collaborate better.  What’s most interesting is how well the iPhone/iPad app plays well with other software. The free app allows you to add virtually any type of multimedia, including documents, photos, web...
WebEx co-founder launches Moxtra app to organize your multimedia, foster collaboration

Boot up: Amazon's music cloud, RIM looks to Microsoft, jetpack avoidance and more

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Plus make your own karaoke!, how impressive are iPhone 5 sales really?, the zero-day business and moreA quick burst of 10 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamAmazon Cloud Player launches in parts of Europe >> Fast CompanyCloud Player, Amazon's music storage system, has made...
Boot up: Amazon's music cloud, RIM looks to Microsoft, jetpack avoidance and more

To reduce piracy, RapidShare throttles download speed for free users

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With the government shutdown of Megaupload and voluntary disabling of file sharing at sites like FileSonic and FileServe, the remaining file lockers are naturally getting hit with tons of traffic. One such site—RapidShare—has decided to handle the influx by slowing download speeds for non-paying users, in an effort to...
To reduce piracy, RapidShare throttles download speed for free users

VoIP guru behind Google Voice debuts hot teleconference startup

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Teleconferencing is broken, and Craig Walker wants to be the man to change that. Walker is the entrepreneur behind GrandCentral Communications (now Google Voice), Dialpad (now Yahoo Voice), chief executive of product accelerator, Firespotter Labs, the first entrepreneur-in-residence at Google Ventures, and an attorney to boot. Frankly, if his...
VoIP guru behind Google Voice debuts hot teleconference startup

Sony's PlayStation Mobile platform launching in Oct.; PlayStation Plus for PS Vita in Nov.

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Sony sent out a flurry of announcements on Wednesday, including news of a slimmer PlayStation 3 model coming later this fall, as well as launch timing for its PlayStation Mobile platform, which is for select Android devices and Sony’s own PlayStation Vita, and the upcoming mobile version of its PlayStation...
Sony's PlayStation Mobile platform launching in Oct.; PlayStation Plus for PS Vita in Nov.

Yes, Spotify Is Headed to the Web. No, Spotify Isn't Cutting Its Prices

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Waiting to use Spotify on the Web? Hang on a few weeks. Waiting to pay $8 a month for Spotify’s premium service? Don’t hold your breath. Yes, as TechCrunch reported yesterday, the streaming music company is getting ready to roll out a version of its service that will work on...
Yes, Spotify Is Headed to the Web. No, Spotify Isn't Cutting Its Prices

Storify starts to monetize with VIP, a premium plan for live-blogging, custom sources and more

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Storify is moving forward with plans to realize its business model. Today, the social media curator is announcing the launch of Storify VIP, its premium service designed for media organizations, publishers, or people interested in integrating the service deeper into their own site or app. In addition, the service is revealing...
Storify starts to monetize with VIP, a premium plan for live-blogging, custom sources and more
Storify Business gives 'expert storytellers' access to premium features

Slacker swipes at Pandora and Spotify in attempt to brand itself as the complete music service

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Slacker Radio has decided time is now for it to announce itself to the world. No, you didn’t miss anything — it’s been around for a while, but today, the Internet music streaming service redesigned its digital properties and is now actively promoting itself with an updated brand. It is...
Slacker swipes at Pandora and Spotify in attempt to brand itself as the complete music service

Freesat hopes to lure customers from BSkyB with premium service

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BBC and ITV-backed venture to offer paid-for movie and music programming for first time as part of Freetime serviceFreesat, the satellite television joint venture backed by the BBC and ITV, is to launch a new smart-TV service it hopes will lure customers from BSkyB, including offering paid-for movie and music...
Freesat hopes to lure customers from BSkyB with premium service

Session Tweets – a daily digest of relevant hashtags

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Session Tweets is an awesome idea, straight from the makers of Backupify (which service I use and recommend).  They take hashtags and put them together as a collection into an emailed PDF file.  So if there is a conference, session, seminar or hot trend, you can get an emailed version...
Session Tweets – a daily digest of relevant hashtags

Evernote 5 (iOS) review

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Evernote has been available on multiple platforms (including iOS) for some time now, but the service has recently received a significant overhaul. As part of this overhaul, the mobile app has been updated to version 5.0, giving it a significantly different feel to its precursors as well as adding new...
Evernote 5 (iOS) review

G Cloud Backup gives Android users peace of mind for free

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G Cloud Backup is a new backup solution for Android devices from developer Genie9. It aims to provide a simple, no-frills backup service to give Android users peace of mind, and does so for free — with optional purchases of additional storage space for those who need it. Setting up...
G Cloud Backup gives Android users peace of mind for free

Wolfram Alpha Pro now available, $4.99 a month will let you throw almost anything at it for analysis

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Wolfram Alpha has made some fairly big strides in its few short years of existence, but the so-called computational knowledge engine has now rolled out what founder Stephen Wolfram says is the "the single most important development for Wolfram Alpha since the original website launched in 2009." That development...
Wolfram Alpha Pro now available, $4.99 a month will let you throw almost anything at it for analysis

Evernote Inks Strategic Partnership With Deutsche Telekom, Starting With Premium Accounts For DT Users In Germany

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Evernote, the popular note taking and personal organizer app, today took another step in its strategy to ramp up its international presence, with news that it has inked a strategic partnership with Deutsche Telekom, the German carrier that also owns T-Mobile. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed —...
Evernote Inks Strategic Partnership With Deutsche Telekom, Starting With Premium Accounts For DT Users In Germany
NFL Game Rewind tablet apps let you watch games on-demand, but not without a slew of restrictions

Down a CEO, Hulu said to hold talks with potential buyers

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Hulu has held talks with parties that could purchase it, Reuters reported today, leaving the online video giant in a period of uncertainty. The company’s recent removal of its CEO adds to the doubt. Precisely what the future of Hulu is when its long-term leadership and home are questions isn’t...
Down a CEO, Hulu said to hold talks with potential buyers

Spotify launches Windows Phone 8 music-streaming app in beta

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Streaming music service Spotify is now available to use on Windows Phone 8 devices. Now downloadable from the Windows Phone Store, the new Windows Phone 8-specific app is launching in beta, and offers new users a free trial lasting for 30 days, before requiring the premium service subscription of $10...
Spotify launches Windows Phone 8 music-streaming app in beta
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