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Andrew Strauss clears players to tweet despite Kevin Pietersen fine

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• ECB was unhappy with criticism of Sky's Nick Knight• England players free to continue expressing their opinions"It's a free country, and everybody is entitled to an opinion," said Darren Sammy, the amiable West Indies captain, when asked about withering criticism from the former fast bowler Michael Holding of the...
Andrew Strauss clears players to tweet despite Kevin Pietersen fine
Lift simplifies self-improvement, launches habit-tracking app for iPhone

Jason Calacanis Says He Will Shut Down Podcast Network ThisWeekIn.com, This Week In Startups Will Continue

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Jason Calacanis has announced via blog post that he’s planning to wind down his podcast network ThisWeekIn.com and return the remaining funds to investors. Two of the shows, This Week In Startups (which Calacanis hosts) and Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show, will continue, but the company itself is shutting down. Calacanis...
Jason Calacanis Says He Will Shut Down Podcast Network ThisWeekIn.com, This Week In Startups Will Continue

Mini Ninjas; Toy Story: Smash It! - review

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Two mobile games aimed squarely at children are so well designed they will keep gamers of all ages hookedNinjas are not supposed to be child-friendly. They're samurai-sword-wielding, medieval mercenaries and were once considered so unsuitable for consumption by youngsters that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles became the rather less fearsome Hero...
Mini Ninjas; Toy Story: Smash It! - review

Not quite: Google will sell 10M Android tablets in 2011, says Andy Rubin in 2010

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The ongoing Oracle v. Google trial is churning up some doozies regarding the history of Android, and this latest one is almost unbelievable: Google projected to sell roughly 10 million Android tablets a year for 2011 and 2012 while seizing a third of the marketshare. A presentation by former...
Not quite: Google will sell 10M Android tablets in 2011, says Andy Rubin in 2010

Pantech Discover review: a budget phone has never looked so premium

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Watch out, folks: Pantech is moving up the AT&T food chain. Once known in the US as little more than a budget brand, the Korean company is learning that it's possible to push out a device with premium components without increasing the going price (while choosing an outside-the-box design...
Pantech Discover review: a budget phone has never looked so premium

4 Netbook Operating Systems Worth Checking Out

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Netbooks are fantastic portable devices. They’re portable, lightweight and–perhaps best of all–really cheap. But netbooks can seem hopelessly limited when used with standard desktop operating systems such as Windows or Ubuntu. This is why I recommend every netbook owner look into getting a netbook operating system. A netbook OS is,...
4 Netbook Operating Systems Worth Checking Out

NATO 'Cyberwar' Manual Says Hacktivists Must Wear A Uniform

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Last year, Techdirt wrote about an interesting article suggesting that we should welcome "cyberwar" since it would be so much less painful than the ordinary kind. Of course, that begs the question what we actually mean by "cyberwar", since some forms are probably less humane than others. As we...
NATO 'Cyberwar' Manual Says Hacktivists Must Wear A Uniform

Google's Self-Driving Cars May Cost More Than A Ferrari (GOOG)

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Google has made stunning progress on the self-driving car project it launched two years ago. Last month, it announced that its fleet of cars--a dozen or so on the road at any time--had logged 300,000 miles. It's even started ferrying Googlers to work in the cars to test them in real-world...
Google's Self-Driving Cars May Cost More Than A Ferrari (GOOG)
It's Official: Digsby, Owned By Social Network Tagged, Is Now Open Source And Living On GitHub

Some Dell Shareholders Don't Know Much About This Leveraged Buyout, But They Know They Don't Like It

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Cross-posted from The Dell deal documents are out and they are short of juicy details; we'll have to wait for the proxy for details on things like just how much of a discount Michael Dell is taking on his shares or what exactly the terms of Microsoft's loan are....
Some Dell Shareholders Don't Know Much About This Leveraged Buyout, But They Know They Don't Like It

Order Dinner Without Leaving Facebook

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Facebook’s purchase of social-gifting app Karma on Friday shows not only that the company is looking to beef up its mobile services, but that it’s also looking to diversify its revenue stream beyond advertising. Karma alerts you when your friends have milestones approaching, and makes it easy for you to send them...
Order Dinner Without Leaving Facebook

Apple snatches new Retail chief from Euro chain Dixons

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Apple has revealed its new retail chief, grabbing John Browett from European tech chain Dixons as its new Senior Vice President of Retail. Browett, who has been Dixons CEO since 2007, will join Apple in April, and helm the company’s global retail strategy as well as organizing the expansion of Apple’s...
Apple snatches new Retail chief from Euro chain Dixons
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