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Stores Are About To Make These Radical Changes To Compete With Online

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Brick-and-mortar retailers are making some big changes to prepare for competition from online in the next year.   Gary Lombardo at branding company Demandware sent us a few of his predictions for how shopping will change for customers this year. He's worked with companies like Kate Spade, Crocs and L'Oreal.  Here's how...
Stores Are About To Make These Radical Changes To Compete With Online

Editor's Letter: Windows 8 gets its start back

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In each issue of Distro, Editor-in-chief Tim Stevens publishes a wrap-up of the week in news. There are times when you need to stay strong, ignore the criticism and do what you know is right. Then, there are some times when the masses are right and listening is the smart...
Editor's Letter: Windows 8 gets its start back

Corruption Or Carelessness? GOP Deletes Their Own Progressive Patent Reform Report

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A remarkably bold policy report calling for radical changes to the patent system has been deleted from a Republican Congressional website, just 24 hours after it was released. In its place, Director of the conservative caucus, The Republican Study Committee, issued a curiously ambiguous apology about a lengthy report, “Copyright...
Corruption Or Carelessness? GOP Deletes Their Own Progressive Patent Reform Report

The 7 Biggest Ways Meg Whitman Is Struggling At HP (HPQ)

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When Meg Whitman took the helm of HP in September, the company was in crisis. Employees were openly angry. When one of them warned her they would live blog one of her famous employee meetings, she replied, "You all have taken leaking to a new art form," reports Fortune. "It's...
The 7 Biggest Ways Meg Whitman Is Struggling At HP (HPQ)

Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?

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Readers react to a proposal for a longer school year and day.    ...
Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?

After Radical Changes, YC-Backed MinoMonsters Hits 1.5M Players, Gets A Little More Funding

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When a mobile game pivots: Y Combinator-backed MinoMonsters, a Pokemon-inspired game from two of the incubator’s youngest founders made a bold move earlier this summer when they released version 2.0 of the iOS game. This wasn’t a minor feature release – they significantly changed the gameplay. Instead of exploring worlds...
After Radical Changes, YC-Backed MinoMonsters Hits 1.5M Players, Gets A Little More Funding

When tech innovations bite users in the butt

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Editor's note: This article, "When tech innovations bite users in the butt," was originally published by InfoWorld.com. Everyone loves the rapid pace of technological change -- until disruption rears it head and bites them. In recent weeks, we've seen Google drop support for IE8, a move that leaves millions...
When tech innovations bite users in the butt

Mobile Has Created The Veruca Salt Doctrine: I Want It, And I Want It Now

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My daughter recently started college, and I was talking to her about how she manages her money. She pulled out her smartphone and pointed to an icon on the screen. "My bank is just another app to me." What struck me about what she said - other than highlighting once...
Mobile Has Created The Veruca Salt Doctrine: I Want It, And I Want It Now

Beyond Price: Comparison Shopping 2.0 Is About Customer Experience

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iStockphoto.com/mbortolinoE-commerce is undergoing some radical changes as price-based Comparison Shopping loses steam, forcing online merchants to differentiate themselves in more meaningful ways. Comparison shopping was one of the first areas of “indirect” e-commerce services. It emerged on the web back in the mid 1990s, shortly after the debuts of the...
Beyond Price: Comparison Shopping 2.0 Is About Customer Experience
Hulu's future uncertain as Disney and News Corp. reportedly discuss selling their stakes

Apple event invitation fires rumours of imminent iPhone 5 launch

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Invite shows the number 12 casting a shadow of the number five with launch believed to reveal radical changes to smartphoneApple is expected to launch a larger, thinner "iPhone 5" on 12 September - just as Nokia and Motorola are preparing their own offerings to tempt Christmas shoppers.The notoriously secretive...
Apple event invitation fires rumours of imminent iPhone 5 launch
Windows 8 Stabs The PC Market In The Gut

Enterprise Software: 5 Ways SaaS Changes Everything & 3 Ways It Doesn't

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Guest author Jeetu Patel is general manager of EMC Syncplicity. As enterprise software moves into the world of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and consumer technology innovations invade the workplace, how companies evaluate enterprise software vendor changes dramatically in many way. Yet, in some ways, it remains the same. First, five things that...
Enterprise Software: 5 Ways SaaS Changes Everything & 3 Ways It Doesn't
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Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff: Startups that try to disrupt real estate commissions are doomed to fail

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Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff delivered the keynote address this morning at the TechNW event in Seattle, discussing the process by which the online real estate company went public and dishing on the recently approved JOBS Act. But one of the most interesting moments in my opinion came when an audience...
Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff: Startups that try to disrupt real estate commissions are doomed to fail
Sorry Microsoft, But My Desktop Isn’t a Tablet
Apple's Next iPhone Is Getting A 'Significant' Internal Upgrade, According To New Leaked Parts (AAPL)
With stock at a 9-year low, Best Buy should seriously consider going private
Teardown: Meet the new iPod nano, same as the old iPod nano

Twitter Tweaks Tweetdeck: New Version Gets Better Column Management & Navigation

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The Twitter-owned Tweetdeck application is being refreshed today, following a series of changes to the Twitter platform over the past week or so, which have touched on everything from search and discovery, to a revamped mobile presence, and even included the introduction of a new icon. The Tweetdeck update, fortunately...
Twitter Tweaks Tweetdeck: New Version Gets Better Column Management & Navigation

Firefox 14 Launches, Now Encrypts Your Google Searches By Default

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Mozilla today launched Firefox 14, the latest version of its popular browser. As usual, this new version doesn’t introduce any major new interface redesigns or other radical changes, but it does come with a number of welcome new features that should make the browsing experience a bit more pleasant and...
Firefox 14 Launches, Now Encrypts Your Google Searches By Default

WWE 13 - preview

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We take to the ring once again to face THQ's latest WWE brawler - and it looks to be a might contenderAnyone who cares about the WWE video game franchise knows two things. First, the best title the series has ever produced was 2003's WWE Smackdown! Here Comes The Pain,...
WWE 13 - preview

The Windows 8 UI: How do interface and usability experts rate all the changes?

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When Windows 8 debuts on October 26, users will be confronted with the most radical changes to the look and feel of Windows in nearly 20 years. The traditional desktop has been relegated to second-class status, hidden beneath Windows 8's new touch-centric Start screen. And that's just the first...
The Windows 8 UI: How do interface and usability experts rate all the changes?

From 60M users to zero: iLike co-founder laments its demise and Murdoch’s ‘mismanagement’

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Hadi Partovi Following the news that MySpace had shuttered iLike, GeekWire reached out to Hadi Partovi, one of the co-founders of iLike who ran the music service with his twin brother, Ali Partovi. Hadi Partovi minced no words in his response, pointing out that iLike at one point had more...
From 60M users to zero: iLike co-founder laments its demise and Murdoch’s ‘mismanagement’

It Sounds Like Nick Denton Has Radical Changes In Mind For Gizmodo

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Gawker owner Nick Denton hired a new editor for Gizmodo. His name is Geoff Manaugh. According to an interview he gave the New York Times, he spent his 20s roaming Europe and "writing lots and lots of poetry." He's been the editor of site called BLDGBLOG, which today features a record player...
It Sounds Like Nick Denton Has Radical Changes In Mind For Gizmodo

New App Helps You Keep Facebook's Hands Off Your Data

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A new application aims to put users back in control of their private data stored on the increasingly public social networking site, Facebook. With "The Green Safe" app, Facebook users can now export their profile data for off-site storage on Green Safe's servers. Data can then be purged from Facebook...
New App Helps You Keep Facebook's Hands Off Your Data

Bloomberg: Jony Ive said to be considering 'more dramatic' changes to email and calendar amid iOS 7 overhaul

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It's hardly been a secret that Apple's Jony Ive is exploring some more radical changes to iOS since taking the design reins for software in addition to hardware, but Bloomberg is now reporting some new details that paint a better picture of just what's going on in the lead-up...
Bloomberg: Jony Ive said to be considering 'more dramatic' changes to email and calendar amid iOS 7 overhaul

New BI practices yield big payoffs

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Companies are reporting dramatic payoffs from radical changes in their business intelligence and data analysis practices....
New BI practices yield big payoffs
IDC: Developer Disinterest Could Kill RIM & Windows Phone

Google Introduces Redesigned Mobile Search Experience, “Google Now” And Siri-Like Assistant

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Buried among the sexy hardware announcements and hair-raising Google Glass demo this morning were some fairly radical changes to the Google search experience for mobile devices. To date Google has been compensating for the awkwardness of the PC SERP on smartphones with voice search and other... Please visit Search Engine...
Google Introduces Redesigned Mobile Search Experience, “Google Now” And Siri-Like Assistant
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