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Don’t Laugh, the Stylus Is Coming Back

Jason Bateman's Arrested Development tease whips internet into a frenzy

www.guardian.co.uk
It's really happening! Cult-favorite TV show resumes filming after a six-year hiatus, and fans are following every tweeted moveComedy fans are frothing with excitement after the latest update from "the funniest show that nobody watched" - the resurrected cult hit Arrested Development. Jason Bateman, who plays the show's central character...
Jason Bateman's Arrested Development tease whips internet into a frenzy

Raided PRQ Torrent Site is Back and Hiring Cinemas To Celebrate

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October 1st was a day of some considerable panic in the file-sharing world. Many dozens of file-sharing sites, including The Pirate Bay, went offline at the same time. The problems were caused by a police raid on Swedish webhost PRQ. The authorities, it was later revealed, were targeting two sites....
Raided PRQ Torrent Site is Back and Hiring Cinemas To Celebrate
Bipartisan bill would force government to get a court order before seizing phone records

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?

Bill Maher: New Rule: You Can't Use "There Will Be No Cooperation for the Rest of the Year" as a Threat If There Was No Cooperation in the First Half of the Year

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New Rule: You can't use the statement "there will be no cooperation for the rest of the year" as a threat if there was no cooperation in the first half of the year. Here's a word the president should take out of his teleprompter: bipartisanship. People only care about that...
Bill Maher: New Rule: You Can't Use "There Will Be No Cooperation for the Rest of the Year" as a Threat If There Was No Cooperation in the First Half of the Year

The strange resurrection of Net neutrality

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At the annual meeting of the Congressional Internet Caucus, the only issue that appeared likely to appear soon on lawmakers' agenda was an old one -- Net neutrality. [Read more]...
The strange resurrection of Net neutrality

Q&A Pioneer Formspring Says It's Been 'Saved' From The Deadpool, Is Now Under New Management

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Formspring, the pioneering Q&A site that allowed people to invite other internet users to “ask me anything” anonymously, is apparently back from the brink. In a tweet and a company blog post, Formspring announced that it has been “saved” and is now “under new management.” Great news friends, Formspring has...
Q&A Pioneer Formspring Says It's Been 'Saved' From The Deadpool, Is Now Under New Management

Copyright Troll Sues Over Wrong Movie

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Copyright troll lawyers aren't exactly known for being the most thorough and careful in what they do. You may remember, for example, that when Uwe Boll jumped into the copyright trolling game, his lawyers sued over films that hadn't had their copyright registered at the time that many were accused...
Copyright Troll Sues Over Wrong Movie
Google's RSS Extension For Chrome Returns Sans Reader Support, Was "Deleted By Mistake" Says Author

Amazon adds another original kid's program with high-profile pedigree

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Amazon doesn't have any original programming just yet that can quite compete with the buzz of House of Cards or the resurrection of Arrested Development. What it does have, however, is a compelling lineup of exclusive children's programming from big names like Angela C. Santomero and Carol Greenwald, the...
Amazon adds another original kid's program with high-profile pedigree

Resurrection looms for Half-Life

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After eight years of work, fans are about to release an updated and expanded version of classic video game Half-Life....
Resurrection looms for Half-Life

Saving Private RIM

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Saving Private RIM: Jean-Louis Gassée lays out why the saving of RIM will look nothing like the resurrection of Apple. And he puts forth a plan in which RIM changes itself into a services company, but has to go private to do so. His conclusion: Will this work for RIM?...
Saving Private RIM

What CBS CEO Les Moonves told Steve Jobs when he declined an Apple subscription deal last year

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Whilst it was known that CBS turned down a deal to provide content for a new Apple TV subscription service last year, it has been revealed by the company’s CEO Les Moonves that he was personally approached by Steve Jobs for talks, but declined an agreement. The CBS chief told attendees...
What CBS CEO Les Moonves told Steve Jobs when he declined an Apple subscription deal last year
Netflix says no more Arrested Development coming after this season
World of Warcraft offers rewards to returning players
Digg v1, Mark 2 is totally 'meh'

ThinkFlood closes shop, brings RedEye universal remote down with it

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Fans of ThinkFlood might want to shed a few tears today, as the company has just announced it's closing its doors. As a reminder, ThinkFlood was responsible for the RedEye universal remote control system that allowed any smartphone or web-connected device to control everything from a home theatre to...
ThinkFlood closes shop, brings RedEye universal remote down with it
The very long tail - how magazines could make their archives sing
Defunct copyright troll Righthaven seeks resurrection

Live from President Bill Clinton's CTIA keynote

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It's the final day of CTIA Wireless 2012, and time for the week's big event. Will it be a new super phone? An epic new high-speed 4G network? The resurrection of webOS? Nope. The big get of the week is the 42nd president of the United States, Mr. William...
Live from President Bill Clinton's CTIA keynote
Uber taxi-hailing service comes back to New York City

Phoenix project reincarnates WebOS as Nexus S app

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After its untimely demise, WebOS showed some resilience by coming back in open source form and popping up in various devices hither and yon. On the vanguard of that resurrection is Phoenix International Communications, a team of volunteers who've managed to port the orphaned OS to a Samsung Nexus...
Phoenix project reincarnates WebOS as Nexus S app
Digg's resurrection: can Betaworks revive the once-loved site?
Fujifilm to end APS film sales this month, marking the end of an era

CrunchWeek: Galaxy S4′s Mixed Reviews, Betaworks Buys Instapaper, Valleywag's Comeback

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Live from New York it’s CrunchWeek, the weekly show where a few of us writers gather ’round the TechCrunch TV cameras and chitchat about a few of the most interesting stories from the past seven days in the world of tech. At the moment we’re in New York City...
CrunchWeek: Galaxy S4′s Mixed Reviews, Betaworks Buys Instapaper, Valleywag's Comeback

Interflora Gets Its Google Rankings Back, 11 Days After Penalty

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Interflora, the major UK flower delivery service, is showing up again in Google’s search results — just 11 days after it was penalized. According to some tweets and posts on Google+, Chris Gilchrist was first to spot Interflora’s resurrection today. As you can see in the... Please visit Search Engine...
Interflora Gets Its Google Rankings Back, 11 Days After Penalty

Resurrection: HP's new Mobility division to handle consumer tablets

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Hello, old friend. Hewlett Packard has created a new Mobility business unit that will be responsible for handling consumer tablets, The Verge reported Friday. Alberto Torres, formerly head of MeeGo operations at Nokia, will be running the Mobility unit as part of the company's Printing and Personal Systems Group....
Resurrection: HP's new Mobility division to handle consumer tablets

Nike+ aims to innovate wearable tech with virtual game and startup Accelerator program

www.engadget.com
With the recent resurrection of Jawbone's Up, as well as news of Nintendo's planned Wii U FitMeter, it's become clear that competition in wearables is just now heating up. And now Nike, one of the forerunners of the category, is reaching outside of the box with two new initiatives...
Nike+ aims to innovate wearable tech with virtual game and startup Accelerator program

THE TRUTH ABOUT THE GALAXY NOTE: There's No Way You're Going To Buy This Absurdly Large Phone (T)

www.businessinsider.com
Samsung's Galaxy Note is probably the most controversial and polarizing smartphone right now. Its launch kicked off with this Apple-bashing commercial that aired during the Super Bowl. Apple fans reacted predictably, criticizing the Note for its monstrous size and resurrection of the stylus. Samsung's goal with the Galaxy Note...
THE TRUTH ABOUT THE GALAXY NOTE: There's No Way You're Going To Buy This Absurdly Large Phone (T)
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