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Apple Shipped 1.3M Apple TVs In Q3 2012, Still Calls It A Hobby

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“We are not going to keep products around we don’t believe in,” said Apple CEO Tim Cook in regards to the Apple TV. He also stated that Apple still considers the product a hobby although he also stated that Apple keeps at the project because they stated “it will lead...
Apple Shipped 1.3M Apple TVs In Q3 2012, Still Calls It A Hobby

Discover better stories

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The Discover tab makes it easy to discover information that matters to you without having to follow additional accounts. Starting today, the Discover tab will begin to surface content that is even more personalized and meaningful to you. We’ve incorporated additional personalization signals to select Discover stories, including Tweets that...
Discover better stories

Ben Parr’s “Intelligent Information” Startup Is Called The Peep Project (For Now)

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Former Mashable editor-at-large Ben Parr is ready to share a few details about his new startup. He’s raising a small seed round, so he created a posting on AngelList, and he also talked (vaguely) with me about what he’s been up to. The company is listed as The Peep Project,...
Ben Parr’s “Intelligent Information” Startup Is Called The Peep Project (For Now)
This startup just boosted salaries 2 percent to offset the payroll tax hike

Cash In Your Old Blackberry At uSell.com

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This post is sponsored by uSell, a price-comparison website that helps you find the best price when it's time to sell your BlackBerry, smartphones, and other used electronics. Find reputable buyers for your used devices on uSell. #sellblackberry If you're a BlackBerry user, you're no doubt looking forward to the...
Cash In Your Old Blackberry At uSell.com

Ten Things To Think About When Designing Your iPad App

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Like most well-designed things, the magic of an iPad app comes from a union of usefulness, usability and meaning. Games aside, the app must be useful by solving a problem that people actually have through the right set of functionality at the right time. It must be easy to use...
Ten Things To Think About When Designing Your iPad App

Sprint Nexus S 4G and Galaxy Nexus Get Android 4.1, Jelly Bean Update... Verizon?

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Sprint announced today that its two Samsung Google phones, the Galaxy Nexus and the Galaxy S, would be receiving rolling Butter-rific Jelly Bean updates.   Your play Verizon. Presser down south… Nexus S 4G and Galaxy Nexus Get Android 4.1, Jelly Bean, Update Nexus S™ 4G and Galaxy Nexus are the first two...
Sprint Nexus S 4G and Galaxy Nexus Get Android 4.1, Jelly Bean Update... Verizon?
How Foursquare plans to monetize: no dumb banners, all specific targeting
What Now: Scaling the Sales Organization
Google Now launches for iOS, available as update to existing Search app

Google+: the means to find the right people at the right time

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Charities can now use Google+ to channel tailored information through new features such as hangouts and circlesIf you thought Google+ was solely a social networking platform, you might be mistaken. At a seminar for Google Grants recipients last week, more than 50 charities, including Amnesty International, Scope, WaterAid and the...
Google+: the means to find the right people at the right time

Nintendo's newest portable announced: the 3DS

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With the Nintendo DSi XL landing in the offices of the gaming press this week, Nintendo saw fit to announce its newest product in its portable line: the Nintendo 3DS. The company gave limited details via a press release in Japan; we know the system will use two screens,...
Nintendo's newest portable announced: the 3DS

This Russian mogul wants to be the Elon Musk of robots

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After having made a fortune with the Russian web company Mail.ru, you could forgive Dmitry Grishin for taking it easy. But the 33-year-old has something else in mind — becoming the man who kickstarts a revolution in robotics. On Friday, Grishin is launching a new $25 million investment fund, Grishin...
This Russian mogul wants to be the Elon Musk of robots
Google's new conversational search feature is live in the latest version of Chrome

YC-Backed MYO Armband Attracts 10,000 Pre-Orders In 2 Days, Which Adds Up To $1.5M In Sales

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MYO, the gesture control armband from Y Combinator-backed Waterloo startup Thalmic Labs, has managed to rack up over 10,000 pre-orders over the course of its first two days of pre-order availability. At $149 a pop, that means the young company has already managed to secure around $1.5 million in gross...
YC-Backed MYO Armband Attracts 10,000 Pre-Orders In 2 Days, Which Adds Up To $1.5M In Sales

Are Facebook ads really that bad?

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Facebook is getting ready for what may be history’s largest initial public offering for a tech company on Friday. But is it really a good business? Maybe not, say an increasing number of critics, who point to how Facebook ads don’t work as well as marketers might hope. As a...
Are Facebook ads really that bad?

The Data-Driven Enterprise Marketing Revolution

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Image copyright CartoonresourceEarly on in the development of the Web, marketers talked about the promise of true “one-to-one marketing,” where the experience of interacting with a brand would be unique to the individual. Marketers eagerly proclaimed they would be able to deliver exactly the right message at the right place...
The Data-Driven Enterprise Marketing Revolution

Timehop's Next Stop Could Be Your Calendar

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Yesterday, the social media memory app Timehop turned Valentine’s Day into Groundhog Day, when it apparently spammed some users with multiple emails, reminding them several times of what they were up to a year ago yesterday. The start-up quickly fixed the bug, as Betabeat reported, and issued a cheeky apology....
Timehop's Next Stop Could Be Your Calendar

Facebook says over 5 billion songs shared and talks frictionless sharing

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I would wager many of us have friends on Facebook listen to a lot of music, and the links to that music are shared on the social network for you and others to listen along. It hasn’t even been six months yet since Facebook launched music sharing, and already a...
Facebook says over 5 billion songs shared and talks frictionless sharing

Hitting 20M Downloads, Azumio Releases Sleep Time To Measure Your Zs (From Your iPhone)

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Palo Alto-based Azumio isn’t exactly a household name when it comes to mobile apps, so one might be surprised to learn that, collectively, their apps have pulled in over 20 million downloads. That’s because Azumio is plugging away at building a suite of biofeedback apps that measure your heart rate,...
Hitting 20M Downloads, Azumio Releases Sleep Time To Measure Your Zs (From Your iPhone)

Guest Post: How to market your app during the holiday season

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Editor’s note: The following guest post was written by Ravi Kamran, CEO of Trademob, a Berlin-based mobile app marketing platform that allows customers to track mobile app marketing campaigns and connect with more than 100 mobile ad networks and publishers such as Google AdMob, InMobi and Millennial Media. For mobile...
Guest Post: How to market your app during the holiday season
Need to cash out a bit pre-IPO? Consider a private liquidity program

Outgoing Android Chief Says 'Now Is the Right Time' to Step Aside

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Andy Rubin, who is stepping down as head of Google's Android mobile operating system, said in an email to partners that "now is the right time for me to start a new chapter within Google."...
Outgoing Android Chief Says 'Now Is the Right Time' to Step Aside

After four years as President of Tumblr, John Maloney steps down

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In a post appropriately shared on Tumblr, John Maloney has announced that he’s stepping down as President of the content-sharing site. Maloney has filled this role at Tumblr for the past four years, and says that the team is in very capable hands with CEO and founder David Karp. Here’s...
After four years as President of Tumblr, John Maloney steps down

Why Apple Cannibalized The iPod (AAPL)

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Remember the iPod? It just observed its 11th birthday Tuesday, though few noticed. When Apple launched the iPhone in 2007, it wasn't trying to create a huge new business as much as it was looking to protect its vital iPod franchise. In the last three months of 2007, Apple sold...
Why Apple Cannibalized The iPod (AAPL)

Connexity Raises a $3MM Seed Round for Audience Optimization Platform

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“Everyone’s fighting to deliver the right ad, to the right person, at the right time,” says audience optimization digital advertising company Connexity founder and CEO Dave Gross. Connexity aims to crack this riddle with a lot of big data analysis and the learnings gathered by its founder through a career...
Connexity Raises a $3MM Seed Round for Audience Optimization Platform
Sprint wins, first carrier to roll out Jelly Bean 4.1.1 to Samsung Galaxy S III

The Workforce Double Whammy: No Jobs. Wrong Skills.

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It's counterproductive to discuss whether we have a talent shortage or high unemployment. We have both. Even as the economy recovers, the Obama administration's Council of Economic Advisors earlier this year projected that the unemployment rate would stay well above 6% until 2015. At the same time, the argument that...
The Workforce Double Whammy: No Jobs. Wrong Skills.

Victoria Ransom's wild ride

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From adventure travel to social marketing, the CEO of Google's latest big-ticket acquisition has a knack for having the right idea at the right time. By Helen Coster, contributor On a summer morning earlier this year, Victoria Ransom and Alain Chuard pulled their Honda Civic into Google's Mountain View headquarters....
Victoria Ransom's wild ride

16 People Who Worked Incredibly Hard To Succeed

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Successful people in every field are often said to be "blessed with talent" or even just lucky. But the truth is, many worked harder than the average person can even imagine. From athletes like Michael Jordan to executives like Howard Schultz, these people are known for waking up early and working toward...
16 People Who Worked Incredibly Hard To Succeed
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