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Zynga Shares Sink 12% After Renegotiated Partnership With Facebook Makes It Just A Regular Developer

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You might think Zynga’s newfound flexibility from the end of its exclusivity agreements with Facebook would encourage investors. Instead, $ZNGA is down 12.21% after-hours, likely because it’s lost its special relationship with the social network. Now it can launch games elsewhere and use non-Facebook payments and ads on Zynga.com, but it...
Zynga Shares Sink 12% After Renegotiated Partnership With Facebook Makes It Just A Regular Developer
Delayed 2012 iMacs may not be delayed after all

More proof that if you make a sandbox, there will be cocks. Even if you're THE Gary.

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More proof that if you make a sandbox, there will be cocks. Even if you're THE Gary.
Preserving your video game legacy in the days before credit rolls

Cloudscaling Opens Google Compute Engine APIs To OpenStack, Provides Alternative To Amazon Web Services

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Cloudscaling has opened up the Google Compute Engine (GCE) APIs to OpenStack, allowing customers that use the open, federated cloud to access Google’s vast infrastructure. Cloudscaling, a San Francisco startup, is one of the pioneers in building open, distributed clouds that  in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) style. The company...
Cloudscaling Opens Google Compute Engine APIs To OpenStack, Provides Alternative To Amazon Web Services

Google Art Project adds nearly 2,000 works, from street art to prized photos

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The Google Art Project could be considered a safeguard for culture when it's preserving work that's not just difficult to see, but may disappear at the drop of a hat. Witness Google's latest addition of 30 partners, and almost 2,000 pieces of art, as proof. The collection includes 100-plus...
Google Art Project adds nearly 2,000 works, from street art to prized photos

Here's Proof That People Want To Do More With Their iPhones Than Apple Will Allow (AAPL)

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The jailbreak for for iOS 6.1, going by the name Evasi0n, has arrived. Over 270,000 people have downloaded it today to jailbreak their iPhones and iPads to introduce a host of new capabilities to their devices. In fact, people have been so eager to get their mitts on Evasi0n that...
Here's Proof That People Want To Do More With Their iPhones Than Apple Will Allow (AAPL)

Microsoft Office 2013 is a go for TechNet and MSDN subscribers

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It’s an important day for MSDN and TechNet subscribers: Office 2013 is a go. You can download it now. Head here if you are so inclined. Just for fun, here’s proof: On the heels of sending Office 2013 to manufacturers – its RTM release – on October 11th, the company...
Microsoft Office 2013 is a go for TechNet and MSDN subscribers

More Proof That Apple Is Crushing Android In The Platform War (AAPL, GOOG)

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Here's more proof that Android, despite having a huge lead in marketshare, is still losing the platform war to Apple. As you can see in this chart, 69% of new apps started by developers in the first quarter of the year were for iOS, as opposed to 31% for Android....
More Proof That Apple Is Crushing Android In The Platform War (AAPL, GOOG)

Going Beyond Pinterest: 500 Startups And Others Back Visual Advertising Platform Reachli

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Visual content marketing service Reachli (formerly Pinerly), has raised a seed round from 500 Startups, PNP Venture Capital, Zelkova Ventures (Early Klout, Fab investors), Philquo Ventures (Fab investor), GVA ventures, and angel investors including William Lohse (invested in Pinterest’s first round), Howard Love (CEO Lovetoknow.com), Saeed Amidi (Plug and Play founder), plus a few others from the...
Going Beyond Pinterest: 500 Startups And Others Back Visual Advertising Platform Reachli

Researchers develop silicon ReRAM chip, send warning shot to Flash memory

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Does the word ReRAM ring a bell? No? Well, the key point is that it's much faster than NAND memory, and it's making its way into chips from Elpida, Sharp and Panasonic. Further proof that ReRAM is on the up and up? Researchers at University College London have used...
Researchers develop silicon ReRAM chip, send warning shot to Flash memory

Google: Here's Why We Pre-Announced Our Ridiculous Sci-Fi Glasses (GOOG)

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Google has taken a lot of heat for releasing a fantasy video of what it hopes to accomplish with its Google Glasses. For instance, John Gruber at Daring Fireball wrote, "Google’s transition into the new Microsoft is now complete: fancy-pants sci-fi concept video to promote stunningly awkward augmented reality...
Google: Here's Why We Pre-Announced Our Ridiculous Sci-Fi Glasses (GOOG)

An Amazing World Spoiled On A Generation Of Idiots: The Funniest Things Anyone Has Ever Said About Tech

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Technology is funny. We've got proof of that on video. Cell phones, the Internet, Facebook and most definitely Twitter is the stuff of great jokes. Now add aging parents, Google,  Microsoft and lawmakers. A word of caution. A few of the videos that follow contain some salty language. Sensitive ears...
An Amazing World Spoiled On A Generation Of Idiots: The Funniest Things Anyone Has Ever Said About Tech
Latest Motorola X Phone specs and render point to 4.7-inch Gorilla Glass 3 display

Amazon's Big Hollywood Announcement: All About UltraViolet?

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Amazon is holding a press event in Los Angeles on Thursday, in which it’s likely to announce new versions of its Kindle tablets. You know, now that the Kindle Fire is all sold out. There have even been some leaks about what that product will look like, and the fact...
Amazon's Big Hollywood Announcement: All About UltraViolet?

MetaLab Updates Ballpark to Help Small Businesses, But Don't Call it a Revolution

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This is awkward. Just one day after Sarah explained why there hasn’t been a small business software revolution, MetaLab has decided to update its long-standing invoicing app aimed at – you guessed it – freelancers and small businesses, Ballpark. Based in the maybe-not-so-great White North, MetaLab has been working on this Ballpark...
MetaLab Updates Ballpark to Help Small Businesses, But Don't Call it a Revolution
Drained rivers, nuclear-proof cities, and other retro-futuristic visions of New York
Nokia teases cyan Lumia 920 for a split second in promo video

Zoho announces Zoho Vault, provides a hub for businesses to manage passwords

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Zoho's more commonly known around the interwebs for its document editing tools, but today the service is launching a product that's a little more business-oriented than its Office suite. With the newly introduced Zoho Vault, the company's hoping to give business owners a centralized repository where they can easily...
Zoho announces Zoho Vault, provides a hub for businesses to manage passwords

Google Now arrives in Chrome Canary for Windows and shows up in the notification center, still can't be used

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Just a few weeks ago, Google Now showed up in the latest Chromium build for Windows, further fueling speculation that the service was coming to the desktop. The intelligent personal assistant, still limited to Chrome OS and Windows, has now arrived in the Canary channel, cementing the expectation that Google...
Google Now arrives in Chrome Canary for Windows and shows up in the notification center, still can't be used

Groupon introduces mobile payments system

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Online coupon broker Groupon debuted a new payments system on Wednesday meant to offer the "lowest rates in today's marketplace" to U.S. merchants who use its couponing service. The new system is like other mobile payments systems; it features a Groupon-branded credit card reader, which attaches to an iPhone...
Groupon introduces mobile payments system

Yep, It's Coming: Google Wallet's Help Site Mentions The "Google Wallet Card"

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Just in case you needed more proof that the leaked news revealing a forthcoming physical Google Wallet Card is indeed legit, you can just visit Google’s own Help section on its Google Wallet website to catch a reference to the yet-to-be announced addition. On the page entitled “Eligible Devices,” Google...
Yep, It's Coming: Google Wallet's Help Site Mentions The "Google Wallet Card"

Guerrilla trend: Make an ad so terrible that it will stand out, and drive clicks

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The higher-quality the ad, the better its impact? Maybe not, in today’s saturated market. In April, the Plenty of Fish Ad Blog put out a post that quickly made waves among the technorati and advertising-focused, as its conclusions were antithetical to the common sense surrounding how to garner the attention of...
Guerrilla trend: Make an ad so terrible that it will stand out, and drive clicks

Hacker Group Claims It Stole 12 Million iPhone And iPad Personal IDs From The FBI (AAPL)

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The hacker group AntiSec claims to have stolen about 12 million Apple UDIDs from an FBI database.  UDIDs are codes assigned to every Apple iOS device (iPhones, iPads, and iPods) that help the company track how you use your gadget. A few months ago, Apple blocked third-party developers from accessing...
Hacker Group Claims It Stole 12 Million iPhone And iPad Personal IDs From The FBI (AAPL)

Amazon Web Services launches new certification program

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Amazon Web Services (AWS) has launched a Global Certification Program, which will allow solutions architects, systems operations administrators, and developers to get proof of their cloud know-how....
Amazon Web Services launches new certification program

New iPhone: What could go wrong for Apple today

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It's hard to argue with Apple's success. It's the most valuable company in the world; its profits are through the roof; and it has a devoted following that borders -- let's be honest -- on fanatical. (For proof, see the meme-driven "Things" Apple Fanatics Say, parts one and two. Then...
New iPhone: What could go wrong for Apple today

News: Microsoft: No new Xbox in 2012

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Microsoft France's director of marketing has made it clear that we will not see a new Xbox console in 2012, despite rumours to the contrary. "We're in an industry that talks a lot, that likes to tell stories. I am not convinced things will happen this year," he told...
News: Microsoft: No new Xbox in 2012

Hacker posts Verizon customer files, says 3 million stolen

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A hacker claims to have stolen more than three million customer entries from Verizon's database after hacking the carrier, and he has posted some 300,000 entries to a code-sharing site as proof. The hacker, who goes by the Twitter handle @TibitXimer, says he gained root access to Verizon's customer data...
Hacker posts Verizon customer files, says 3 million stolen

Sony PS4 share button the result of one first-party developer's eureka moment

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To share or not to share was never a question for the creation of the PS4 -- it was always more about the how. Right from the start, Sony's upcoming, next-gen console had been planned with a social networking bent, but as Shuhei Yoshida, the company's head of Worldwide...
Sony PS4 share button the result of one first-party developer's eureka moment

You Simply Must See This Beautiful Concept Design Of The Next iPhone (AAPL)

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Now that some of the iPad hype has faded, the attention quickly turns to the next iPhone. 9to5Mac uncovered the work of Italian designer Antonio De Rosa, who has taken a stab at imagining what the new device might look like. His designs, while purely speculative, are totally stunning.De...
You Simply Must See This Beautiful Concept Design Of The Next iPhone (AAPL)
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