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Amazon Takes Down Sim City, But Not Before The Haters Gave It More Than 2,500 One-Star Reviews

Everything We Need to Know About Marissa Mayer We Learned From Diaper Cake

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Like so. (Photo: pinterest.com/spicygurl) Marissa Mayer has long been a familiar name in the tech world. But with her ascendence to the role of Yahoo CEO, she’s become one of the most visible people in business, period. That means it’s time for a flurry of profiles digging into every facet...
Everything We Need to Know About Marissa Mayer We Learned From Diaper Cake

Apple 'iPhone 5' rumor roundup: It's all about the screen

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It's that time again. Apple's new iPhone is always the subject of speculation, but the buzz around the next-generation of the iPhone is getting bigger and bigger. Here are the latest rumors about the iPhone rounded up for your reading pleasure, whether you're calling it the iPhone 5 or just...
Apple 'iPhone 5' rumor roundup: It's all about the screen

Wikimedia enables ebook export feature on Wikipedia for your offline reading pleasure

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Wikimedia today announced that it has enabled a new EPUB export feature on Wikipedia, but only on the English version of the site. You can use the new feature to collate your personal collection of Wikipedia articles and generate a free ebook, which can then in turn be read on...
Wikimedia enables ebook export feature on Wikipedia for your offline reading pleasure

Pulse launches a beautiful Web app for your reading pleasure, touch-focused for Windows 8 tablets

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We’re big fans of Pulse here at The Next Web, the mobile platform that takes your favorite news and media sites and transforms them into an interactive mosaic. Launching two years ago for iPad, Pulse later arrived for iPhone/iTouch and Android, bringing beautiful news-browsing to the lion’s share of the...
Pulse launches a beautiful Web app for your reading pleasure, touch-focused for Windows 8 tablets
My review of the new iPad Reviews. How Meta!

Graphic.ly Wants To Blow Your Mind Away With Digital Comics (Video Demo)

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Will digital books will ever match printed ones for sheer reading pleasure? What about comic books and graphic novels? I think it depends on what device you are reading them. One of the most visually stunning apps on the iPad, for instance, is the Marvel Comics reader. You just...
Graphic.ly Wants To Blow Your Mind Away With Digital Comics (Video Demo)

LessAccounting Claims They Turned Down Acquisition Offer From "Low Moral Fiber" GoDaddy

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I’ve found this story reads best when listening to Hulk Hogan’s intro music. I’ve embedded a video below for your reading pleasure. On Wednesday, I reported that GoDaddy acquired cloud-based financial management application company Outright, with all 24 employees joining GoDaddy. Now, web and mobile app developer LessEverthing tells me...
LessAccounting Claims They Turned Down Acquisition Offer From "Low Moral Fiber" GoDaddy

Distro Issue 41: a visit to the Lowcountry's Twelve South, TiVo Premiere XL4 and HTC EVO 4G LTE

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It's the most wonderful time of the week once again, pals. Like most seven-day periods, this one comes to a close with the latest issue of our e-magazine for your gadget reading pleasure. Front and center this time around, our own Darren Murph pays a visit to the South...
Distro Issue 41: a visit to the Lowcountry's Twelve South, TiVo Premiere XL4 and HTC EVO 4G LTE

Nintendo can't wait for its own E3 press conference, schedules pre-E3 broadcast for tomorrow

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Remember that wall of coverage Nintendo promised for next week's E3 festivities? Yeah, well, apparently that extends to scooping itself a bit with a Pre-E3 event, two days ahead of its official, real deal Tuesday press conference. Tomorrow, the company's president Satoru Iwata will be hosting a web broadcast...
Nintendo can't wait for its own E3 press conference, schedules pre-E3 broadcast for tomorrow

Alt-week 27.10.12: ancient texts, super-Earths and special-ops mice

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Alt-week peels back the covers on some of the more curious sci-tech stories from the last seven days. If, like us, you struggle to read the front of the Corn Flakes box of a morning, you likely gave up any hopes of cracking ancient codes long ago. If you...
Alt-week 27.10.12: ancient texts, super-Earths and special-ops mice

LG launches Optimus G flagship smartphone: quad-core S4 Pro, LTE, 2GB RAM, ICS, 13MP camera

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It's official! Today in Seoul LG is announcing its latest flagship smartphone, the Optimus G. The 8.45mm (0.33-inch) thin handset -- which has been rumored for weeks -- packs Qualcomm's Fusion 3 chipset which pairs a 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro SoC (APQ8064) with a 2G / 3G /...
LG launches Optimus G flagship smartphone: quad-core S4 Pro, LTE, 2GB RAM, ICS, 13MP camera

Next Issue (Sadly) Fails to Revolutionize Magazines

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Let’s start by talking about the good parts of Next Issue, the new Netflix-style subscription app that houses some of the best magazines from Conde Naste, Hearst, and TimeInc’s stables, including the New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Elle, Time, and Sports Illustrated. As I’ve said before, centralizing the mag-reading experience is...
Next Issue (Sadly) Fails to Revolutionize Magazines

Top news reading apps for the iOS touch screen

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If you like browsing the news on your iOS device, this week's collection offers some of the more visually appealing news apps for your reading pleasure. [Read more]...
Top news reading apps for the iOS touch screen

The Apple II, as described by Steve Wozniak

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Ask the average geek to describe the Apple II and you'll probably hear something about its legacy or software. Ask Steve Wozniak circa 1977, on the other hand, and he'll write you a technical tome -- or at least he did for Byte magazine. Way back when the classic...
The Apple II, as described by Steve Wozniak

7 Stories to read this weekend

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Given that it has been a week of crazy product launches and new operating systems (not to mention preparing for GigaOM RoadMap, which I am co-hosting with Katie Fehrenbacher on November 5) I am surprised I had any time to read. Here are seven stories I recommend for your reading...
7 Stories to read this weekend

What You Should Read Today

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I was in New York for week of fun and learning. It was my chance to meet people outside the Silicon Valley hothouse and get their perspective on the world. Of course, it gave me a chance to read Michael Lewis’ new book, The Big Short. More importantly, the trip...
What You Should Read Today

Meet The 10 Patents Yahoo! Is Using To Sue Facebook

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Yes, Yahoo (NSDQ: YHOO) went there today—claiming in a lawsuit that it, not Facebook, is the real king of social networks. The company points to ten patents that it says cover features like messages, advertising and privacy settings. For your convenience, we’ve provided abstracts of those patents for your...
Meet The 10 Patents Yahoo! Is Using To Sue Facebook

Breakfast of Champions: Meet the man known as FAKEGRIMLOCK

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Fakegrimlock, or excuse me: FAKEGRIMLOCK, is technology’s resident dinosaur.  He can be found commenting in all caps on Fred Wilson’s blog, tweeting about bacon, and even conducting interviews with technology heavyweights (including our own CBM, pictured above). But no one knows who he is (except maybe the eight members of...
Breakfast of Champions: Meet the man known as FAKEGRIMLOCK

New York City’s Venture Capitalists Finally Get the HBO Treatment

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New York City’s venture capitalists may be familiar characters to the readers of Betabeat, but the rest of the world may not have any idea of what the men (and very few women) who bestow cargo-loads of cash on young businesses (and particularly tech startups) are like. After this week,...
New York City’s Venture Capitalists Finally Get the HBO Treatment

Inhabitat's Week in Green: gigantic LED cube, synthetic bones and a playground from recycled wind turbines

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Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green. Happy April 1st! In honor of the day, we've rounded up some of Inhabitat's best April Fools stories for your reading pleasure. Our collective...
Inhabitat's Week in Green: gigantic LED cube, synthetic bones and a playground from recycled wind turbines

7 stories to read this weekend

gigaom.com
What a week! Google I/O 2013 kept us busy and then last night it was Yahoo and Tumblr trying to get it on. I am just surprised I even had time to breathe, forget reading. But somehow I managed and here are seven gems I can recommend for your reading...
7 stories to read this weekend
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