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Edwin Mellen Press Demonstrates How Not To Respond To Criticism: With Lawsuits & Bogus Threats

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Showyou 3.0 for iPad: video from your friends on the web (hands-on)

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While YouTube is quite good at sending users down a rabbit hole for hours via its related sidebar videos, the site's homepage recommendations hardly reflect the fact that I've spent probably thousands of hours of watching videos over the year. Aside from browsing RSS, I find most new, weird,...
Showyou 3.0 for iPad: video from your friends on the web (hands-on)

Browsing the web on an iPad stinks-and Apple likes it that way

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When iPads were first introduced in 2010, an Apple press release promised that the “iPad’s revolutionary Multi-Touch interface makes surfing the web an entirely new experience, dramatically more interactive and intimate than on a computer.” The implication was that the web via the tablet would be unrecognizable and vastly superior: hoverboarding compared with...
Browsing the web on an iPad stinks-and Apple likes it that way
Open source model disrupts the commercial drone business

Turtles and Flywheels: How to build a startup community

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(Editor’s note: Chris DeVore gave the keynote speech at Thursday night’s GeekWire Awards. These are his prepared remarks, with full video of the talk above). I want to talk to you tonight about two things: Turtles And flywheels Some of you may have heard the story about the Hindu...
Turtles and Flywheels: How to build a startup community

T-Mobile's New LTE Network Spotted Being Tested In 8 Major U.S. Cities

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While T-Mobile is more than a bit late to the LTE game, the company confirmed on Monday that their new network would be launching by the end of the month. Where it would launch, however, was kept under wraps. That’s the idea, at least. Thanks to some data mined out...
T-Mobile's New LTE Network Spotted Being Tested In 8 Major U.S. Cities

Twitter Is Testing A "Like" And "Star" Button In Lieu Of "Favorite." Isn't The Concept Of "Like" Already Broken?

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I’ve never really been a fan of tapping a “Like” button on Facebook. Mostly because it doesn’t always mean that I like something. I use that button as a way to say “hey I looked at this and it meant something”, but maybe I use Facebook incorrectly. Today, The Next...
Twitter Is Testing A "Like" And "Star" Button In Lieu Of "Favorite." Isn't The Concept Of "Like" Already Broken?

Apple Maps Still Redirect To Google Maps On Desktop

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Yes, Apple Maps redirect to Google Maps on desktop, Android and any non-iOS 6 phones when you share your location. Womp. Obviously this is happening because there’s no hub for Apple Maps on web, but still, the absurdity of this loop is exemplary of how ill-thought out this whole Maps...
Apple Maps Still Redirect To Google Maps On Desktop
Wikiweb Makes Wikipedia Hotter and Smarter

Inception brings root privileges, rush of adrenaline to Nokia N9 community

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So, here's the thing: Aegis, the security framework on the Nokia N9, has been busted wide open -- thanks an exploit known as Inception. Much like root access on Android, the software allows developers to write apps (and users to install apps) that take full advantage of the N9's...
Inception brings root privileges, rush of adrenaline to Nokia N9 community

Should You Really Be Reading This Post?

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This is a guest post from Robert Brokamp of The Motley Fool. Robert is a Certified Financial Planner and the advisor for The Motley Fool’s Rule Your Retirement service. He contributes one new article to Get Rich Slowly every two weeks. Let’s say it’s 8 p.m. on a weekday. Or...
Should You Really Be Reading This Post?

Matt Novak: It's easy to forget -- even for a Disney...

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Matt Novak: It's easy to forget -- even for a Disney nerd like myself -- that before Walt Disney died of lung cancer in December of 1966, EPCOT (the Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow) was supposed to be a real city. The code name "Project X" was given to the...
Matt Novak: It's easy to forget -- even for a Disney...

Apple's Lightning AV Adapter contains an ARM SoC, 256MB memory, may be an 'AirPlay' decoder

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Apple’s new Lightning Digital AV Adapter appears to have a system on a chip inside of it and may actually function as an AirPlay receiver, according to some recent investigation by Panic Software. The guys at Panic ended up tripping down the rabbit hole of Apple’s latest AV adapter while working on...
Apple's Lightning AV Adapter contains an ARM SoC, 256MB memory, may be an 'AirPlay' decoder
Facebook’s China Playbook
New 'Arrested Development' Pulls Off The Geekiest Gag Ever, Confuses A Chunk Of The Internet

Apple Secretly Filed Three Dynamic Smart Pen Patents in Europe that are Chock Full of Cool Ideas

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Every once in a while we check out various IP databases around the world to see if we could find any Apple activity. Well, Bingo, we found three all new smart pen patents from Apple that are chalk full of great ideas. In between Apple's US patent filings published in...
Apple Secretly Filed Three Dynamic Smart Pen Patents in Europe that are Chock Full of Cool Ideas

Nokia 7110 review

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To say that Nokia's 7110 is an easy phone to review is something of an understatement. This is the first handset to ship running the company's Series 40 OS, but it also packs a dual-band GSM modem and a WAP browser. All of that is shoved into a handset...
Nokia 7110 review

Insert Coin finalist: Radiator Labs rethinks steam heat, we go hands-on

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If you've ever lived in a building that was heated by steam, there's a good chance that you've experienced comfort levels that were less than ideal. Now, Insert Coin finalist Radiator Labs is working to bring a solution to market that'll make your living space a lot more tolerable,...
Insert Coin finalist: Radiator Labs rethinks steam heat, we go hands-on

Facebook to Introduce Hashtags -- And That's a Double-Edged Sword for Twitter

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Facebook has always wanted to edge in on Twitter’s Interest Graph. The idea is, it’s a boon for ad dollars, as Twitter’s real-time stream taps into the immediate sentiment of the crowd. Facebook’s Friend Graph, while powerful, isn’t designed for immediacy. At least, not yet. As was previously reported by...
Facebook to Introduce Hashtags -- And That's a Double-Edged Sword for Twitter

The Ugly Numbers Behind The Viggle-GetGlue Merger

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When the Viggle-GetGlue merger was first announced this morning, there was initially a bit of congratulations for those involved. After all, there are a number of folks who’d love to see a successful company tackle the social TV market — mainly networks who’d like to see apps that can get...
The Ugly Numbers Behind The Viggle-GetGlue Merger

Third Point's Loeb to Yahoo About Board Rejection: "Illogical Alice-in-Wonderland World"

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Third Point’s Daniel Loeb, the activist Yahoo shareholder, fired back at the company today about recent board appointments that ignored his alternate slate of directors, in another colorful letter that compared the Silicon Valley Internet giant to a children’s book, “Alice in Wonderland.” And not in a nice way....
Third Point's Loeb to Yahoo About Board Rejection: "Illogical Alice-in-Wonderland World"

Should Robots Get Rights?

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I've written before about robots when someone imagines them rising to the level of cognition. Usually these stories are filled with luddite fear of the coming robot apocalypse. This time, however, let's take a quick trip down a robotic philosophical rabbit hole. Computerworld has a story questioning whether or not...
Should Robots Get Rights?

Tag, Share, And Set Your Life To Music With SoundTracking

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You're already soundtracking your life, whether or not you use SoundTracking. You're blaring Ice Cube's "It Was A Good Day" in your minivan on the way to pick up the kids from soccer or sharing Psy's new single "Right Now" on Spotify via Facebook or Twitter. Point is, you're using...
Tag, Share, And Set Your Life To Music With SoundTracking

Lockheed Martin's technology hub brings startups closer to government needs

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Wondering who would be the first to concoct a Kickstarter for governmental wishes? We suppose it's Lockheed Martin. Today, the aforementioned outfit has launched an initiative "aimed at expanding its collaboration with Silicon Valley companies to meet the diverse technology needs of the federal government." Called the Lockheed Martin...
Lockheed Martin's technology hub brings startups closer to government needs

The Keyword Research Rabbit Hole

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A few weeks ago, I wrote about how to use your first meeting with a client to understand their business and collect information that could later inform your keyword research. Now, you’re back at your desk and wondering what to do with all that information. To begin with, you should...
The Keyword Research Rabbit Hole

Editorial: Windows Phone 8 looks good, but can it uproot those entrenched in other ecosystems?

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At the tail end of Microsoft's marathon Windows Phone Summit keynote, the company's own Kevin Gallo said the following: "Everyone in the Windows ecosystem benefits." He was waxing poetic about the myriad new features coming to the outfit's latest and greatest mobile operating system, and nothing about his quote...
Editorial: Windows Phone 8 looks good, but can it uproot those entrenched in other ecosystems?

Bogus Lawsuit Plus Threats To Those Who Write About It Leads To Epic Response

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Reader Jason sent over a blog post that sent me down a bit of a rabbit hole, following the story through a variety of twists and turns. The key player in the story is Jonathan Monsarrat, who among other things founded the video game company Turbine (Asheron's Call, Lord of...
Bogus Lawsuit Plus Threats To Those Who Write About It Leads To Epic Response

Margaret Atwood Gets “Sucked Into the Twittersphere”

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Plenty of authors take to Twitter as part of a marketing strategy for their books, and some even stick around, among them Chuck “Fight Club” Pahlaniuk and Brazilian magic realism author Paulo Coelho, and science fiction author and Boing Boing founder Cory Doctorow. But few of the published authors...
Margaret Atwood Gets “Sucked Into the Twittersphere”
Roccat MK Ryos Pro keyboard offers fully programmable lighting (video)
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