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Rhapsody's new SongMatch app takes on Shazam

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Rhapsody is taking on Shazam’s music recognition model with a little twist. Seattle-based Rhapsody recently launched SongMatch, an Android app that mimics Shazam and allows users to identify music in seconds. But unlike Shazam, users can listen to and download songs provided that they have Rhapsody’s existing $9.99/month or $14.99/month plans....
Rhapsody's new SongMatch app takes on Shazam

Inbound Marketing is the Wave of the Future, Says Avaya’s Paul Dunay http://bit.ly/ay6mbU

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Inbound Marketing is the Wave of the Future, Says Avaya’s Paul Dunay http://bit.ly/ay6mbU

Postcardly to put stamp on mobile postcard market, unveils new iOS app to rival Postagram

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As many devoted listeners of the GeekWire podcast know, one of our favorite mobile apps is Postagram, a simple-to-use service from Sincerely Inc. that allows users to take photos from their mobile phones and immediately turn them into physical postcards that are sent via postal mail. Todd Bishop even used...
Postcardly to put stamp on mobile postcard market, unveils new iOS app to rival Postagram

iPad as an e-reader? - Not in sunlight. Update2

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Len Edgerly, host of the excellent TheKindleChronicles and TheReadingEdge podcasts, is also a long-time Apple fan, and then some.  You can read his Twitter tweets for the last two days to see just how much, as he was in line at 4:30am to get his iPad.  He loves it...
iPad as an e-reader? - Not in sunlight. Update2

Glassdoor: Employees rank Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg as CEO of the year; Apple's Tim Cook loses top spot

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Career website Glassdoor on Friday released its latest report highlighting this year’s top 50 highest-rated Chief Executive Officers (CEOs), and it seems like the tech world played a big role in the list. In fact, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has unseated Apple CEO Tim Cook from the number one spot...
Glassdoor: Employees rank Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg as CEO of the year; Apple's Tim Cook loses top spot

Apple, Google and Intel CEOs ordered into questioning over no-poaching deals

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If you're the sort to go CEO-watching, you may want to swing by Judge Lucy Koh's courtroom in the near future. Judge Koh has ordered four hours each of depositions from Apple's Tim Cook, Intel's Paul Otellini and former Google chief Eric Schmidt to glean more information about the...
Apple, Google and Intel CEOs ordered into questioning over no-poaching deals

Wolfram Research nearly had a deal to use its tech in Google search, "but it blew up"'

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Stephen Wolfram, the CEO of Wolfram Research, took to the stage at The Next Web Conference Europe 2013 today to discuss the ‘Computational Future’. Afterwards, he met up with TNW’s Paul Sawers to discuss automated medical diagnosis, the incredible potential of natural language processing and more. At the end of the...
Wolfram Research nearly had a deal to use its tech in Google search, "but it blew up"'

Startup Visa Introduced: Is it a No-Brainer?

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Foreign startups with their sights set on targeting a U.S. market will be happy to note that as of this morning, Senator John Kerry and Senator Richard Lugar introduced the Startup Visa Act in Washington. In late December we covered the details of the legislation as well as comments from...
Startup Visa Introduced: Is it a No-Brainer?

"If I get a cup of tea, it's a cup of tea -- there isn't a chance that it's actually made out of solid..."

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"If I get a cup of tea, it's a cup of tea -- there isn't a chance that it's actually made out of solid gold. But that's how this works." - YC's Paul Buchheit explaining why the public doesn't understand startup economics. ...
"If I get a cup of tea, it's a cup of tea -- there isn't a chance that it's actually made out of solid..."

Classic YouTube | 35 years of football computer games, an F1 miracle and DJ John Motson

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This week's round-up also features a Dragan Stojkovic backheel pass compilation, nine golfers: one cup, and the Harlem Shake1) We love this: 35 years of football computer games, in 34 wondrous minutes.2) The Harlem Shake. We know how to get down with the kids. Except everyone doing those videos is...
Classic YouTube | 35 years of football computer games, an F1 miracle and DJ John Motson
Universal Music UK exec says Spotify doesn't hurt sales, digital revenues nearing parity

I Admire Paul Ryan For Having The Balls To Do What No Other Lame-O Congressman Will Do

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Mitt Romney just picked Congressman Paul Ryan to be his VP candidate. Some observers are saying that, by picking Ryan, Romney played right into Obama's hands, on account of Ryan's having put forth a budget proposal that will cut benefits for Medicare, Medicaid, and other entitlement programs. These proposed...
I Admire Paul Ryan For Having The Balls To Do What No Other Lame-O Congressman Will Do

Judge Wants To See Apple, Google And Intel Heads In Her Office Immediately

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U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh wants to see Google's Eric Schmidt, Apple's Tim Cook, and Intel's Paul Otellini in her office. She's ordered four hours with each CEO separately to question them about an alleged no-poaching agreement the three tech companies made. Employees say the three made a verbal pact...
Judge Wants To See Apple, Google And Intel Heads In Her Office Immediately
90 Seconds on The Verge: Wednesday, July 11th, 2012

Google To Buy Provo's $39 Million Fiber Internet Service For $1 (GOOG)

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There's a pretty good reason why Provo, Utah, was selected by Google to get Google's super speedy  Google Fiber Internet service: It will only cost Google $1 to get started there, reports the AP's Paul Foy. Yesterday, Google announced that would build out a fiber network in Provo by doing...
Google To Buy Provo's $39 Million Fiber Internet Service For $1 (GOOG)

EMC's Paul Maritz: it takes leadership to move companies toward a data-driven future

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It would be easy to think that moving companies toward a future in data would be a technological challenge, but Paul Maritz, EMC’s chief strategist and a key member of its Pivotal Initiative spin-off, took a different approach: it’s about human leadership. Speaking with Om Malik on Wednesday in New York for...
EMC's Paul Maritz: it takes leadership to move companies toward a data-driven future

Live from the Engadget CES Stage: an interview with Vuzix's Paul Travers

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Wearable domination at this year's show? Vuzix certainly had quite a presence at CES with those Smart Glasses we've been hearing so much about. We'll be discussing the product and the state of wearables with the company's CEO, Wearable domination at this year's show? Vuzix certainly had quite a...
Live from the Engadget CES Stage: an interview with Vuzix's Paul Travers

Now is the Time to Quit Facebook

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There's a debate going on about whether or not Zuck should hand over some cash to users. Nick Bilton at the New York Times is waiting for his cash out. I, too, have argued that Zuck should "share" his Facebook kingdom, an online culture that he created (and owns more...
Now is the Time to Quit Facebook

Prenda Law Issues Subpoena For IP Addresses Of Every Visitor To Critic Blogs For The Past Two Years

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This is rather incredible. We already wrote about Prenda Law's series of defamation lawsuits against commenters on two key blogs that have been instrumental in exposing their shenanigans: FightCopyrightTrolls and DieTrollDie. While John Steele has dismissed his claim, the other two suits are still moving forward as far as I...
Prenda Law Issues Subpoena For IP Addresses Of Every Visitor To Critic Blogs For The Past Two Years

How Vidmind lets companies 'roll their own Netflix' [Video]

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At the recent IBC broadcasting technology convention in Amsterdam, The Next Web’s Paul Sawers caught up with Danny Peled, CEO of Vidmind, a company that has recently launched a platform allowing broadcasters, or indeed any company, to create their own video on demand (VOD) service. The Vidmind service is delivered...
How Vidmind lets companies 'roll their own Netflix' [Video]

Faraday Porteur concept e-bike becomes a reality, launches pre-sale on Kickstarter (video)

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Last time we saw the Faraday electric bike, it had just emerged victorious from the Oregon Manifest design competition. Designed by Ideo and built by Portland's Rock Lobster Cycles, the retro-styled ride was destined to rot in concept hell for all eternity -- that is until lead designer Adam...
Faraday Porteur concept e-bike becomes a reality, launches pre-sale on Kickstarter (video)

Former PCC chairman defends record

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Sir Christopher Meyer denies Press Complaints Commission acted as a newspaper industry 'poodle'Sir Christopher Meyer, chairman of the Press Complaints Commission when phone-hacking and other controversial newspaper practices being scrutinised by Lord Justice Leveson were taking place, has defended his record during a three-hour grilling marked by flashes of defiance...
Former PCC chairman defends record

Amazing Animated GIF Of Y Combinator's Paul Graham Making It Rain

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TechCrunch's 6th Annual Crunchie awards are coming up. Exec, a Y Combinator startup that works like Task Rabbit and helps people run errands, was nominated for "Fastest Rising Startup." To say team was excited about their nomination would be an understatement. They created a music video dancing around in dinosaur...
Amazing Animated GIF Of Y Combinator's Paul Graham Making It Rain

Startup Visa Introduced: Is it a No-Brainer?

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Foreign startups with their sights on targeting a U.S. market will be happy to note that as of this morning, Senator John Kerry and Senator Richard Lugar introduced the Startup Visa Act in Washington. In late December we covered the details of the legislation as well as some of the...
Startup Visa Introduced: Is it a No-Brainer?

TNW at IBC: How Pond5 is doing stock media differently [Video]

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During our recent live coverage of IBC in Amsterdam, The Next Web’s Paul Sawers met Chris Hwang, Business Development Manager at stock media marketplace Pond5. While Hwang isn’t keen on the term ‘stock’ (he believes that artists have been “screwed over” by the stock media industry in the past), he’s...
TNW at IBC: How Pond5 is doing stock media differently [Video]

Tim Cook improves on Steve Jobs approval rating at Glassdoor CEO survey

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Apple’s Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook has only held his title for 10 months, but he is already the world’s Highest-Rated CEO. Careers community Glassdoor gave Cook a 97 percent approval rating in its “Top 25 Highest Rates CEOs” list for 2012. Apple co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs...
Tim Cook improves on Steve Jobs approval rating at Glassdoor CEO survey

Tomorrow is No Email Day: Ignore your inbox and do something more useful instead

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Looking at your ever-growing inbox and looking for a reason to ignore it? Tomorrow you have that excuse, as it will be the second annual No Email Day. A year ago, UK-based Paul Lancaster declared a No Email Day and managed to get coverage for it everywhere from The Next...
Tomorrow is No Email Day: Ignore your inbox and do something more useful instead

Booting Up: Just Two More Days of Facebook Phone Gossip to Deal With!

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Mr. Allen is signing…a lease?? (Photo: Flickr) We’re another day closer to the fabled Facebook phone release so images are leaking out of what the supposed Android-based OS is going to look like. Hint: it’s blue! [CNET] Say hi to your newest your coworker, Silicon Valley. It’s Paul Allen! The...
Booting Up: Just Two More Days of Facebook Phone Gossip to Deal With!

Virgin Group Unveils Tech Support Service, Which Is Funny Because Virgin Atlantic’s Website Still Doesn’t Work

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A Space Age airline with a Dark Ages reservation system. We reported on Virgin America's technical difficulties back in November, after a switch to a new reservation system left some users out on the tarmac. Customers encountered weird glitches when they tried to view their accounts or book a flight,...
Virgin Group Unveils Tech Support Service, Which Is Funny Because Virgin Atlantic’s Website Still Doesn’t Work

What the startup world looks like from the outside

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The Stranger’s Paul Constant is clearly feeling a little cranky, and you might disagree with his perspective, but for anyone immersed in the startup world, his all-out rant about a startup event in Seattle this week is worth a read as an exercise in self-awareness. Yes, the portrayal might feel like a...
What the startup world looks like from the outside
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