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Fast-Growing Photo Messaging App Snapchat Launches on Android

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Sometimes it’s the tiniest of tweaks that make one product seem totally different. Here is what the mobile app Snapchat does: allows users to take a photo with their phone, overlay a little bit of text, and send it to another user. The recipient can view the photo message for a...
Fast-Growing Photo Messaging App Snapchat Launches on Android

Facebook Changes Privacy Settings (FB)

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Facebook has changed its privacy settings once again. And while it sounds like for the most part the changes are for the better, there's one tweak that's going to upset tens of millions of users. Let's tackle the annoying thing first. Facebook is stripping users of the ability to hide...
Facebook Changes Privacy Settings (FB)

When Updates Make Things Worse: Evernote's Skitch 2.0

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The popular screenshot tool Skitch is launching on the iPhone today and Evernote, which bought the tool about a year ago, also just released version 2.0 for Mac and iPad. With this update, Skitch is also paring down Skitch’s smart but idiosyncratic user interface down to its bare minimum, leaving...
When Updates Make Things Worse: Evernote's Skitch 2.0

Motorola HS1101 and MBP2000PU Android Home Phones get examined, detailed by the FCC

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We imagine that the vast majority of Android users have since abandoned or even eliminated landline service, but if you're still tethered to the grid at the homestead, your DECT cordless might as well be running Android. Motorola demonstrated such a concept at an event way back in 2010,...
Motorola HS1101 and MBP2000PU Android Home Phones get examined, detailed by the FCC

Facebook prompts users to buy their Valentine a gift, offers limited-time $1 gifts

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Facebook is promoting its Gifts product at the top of News Feed today, encouraging users to buy their friends or significant other a real gift through its service. The social network also tested a number of $1 gifts for users to send as Valentines. Users who are listed in a...
Facebook prompts users to buy their Valentine a gift, offers limited-time $1 gifts

Amazon Testing a $7.99 Per Month Prime Subscription

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Reader Scott noticed that Amazon is now testing a $7.99 per month Prime subscription (instead of $79 per year), a price that is very familiar to Netflix and Hulu Plus subscribers. I was able to confirm the pricing on the Amazon website and capture a screen shot: Here's a fullsized screenshot...
Amazon Testing a $7.99 Per Month Prime Subscription
RAWR: Samsung Canada Wins The Internet With This Custom Galaxy S III
Why Do The Labels Continue To Insist That 'Your Money Is No Good Here?'

NBC News app for Xbox 360 brings streaming show clips to the console

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While NBC News is no longer rocking the MS tag on its name, it's still tight with the Redmond crew and just launched a new app on the Xbox 360. Its well hidden section on the Inside Xbox channel got a refresh just last year, but the new app...
NBC News app for Xbox 360 brings streaming show clips to the console
Paulo Coelho Ebook Sales Jump Way Up Thanks To $0.99 Sale

Redditors Revolt After CEO Yishan Wong Posts Link to 9gag

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(Screencap: Facebook) Some waved virtual pitchforks and some wept into each other's bosoms as Reddit users gathered in the town square (a.k.a. the Reddit front page) to voice their outrage at CEO Yishan Wong, who committed the ultimate act of betrayal directly in public view. Today, in the wee hours...
Redditors Revolt After CEO Yishan Wong Posts Link to 9gag
Facebook rolls out carrier billing for mobile purchases

Facebook begins allowing international users to buy Gifts for friends in U.S.

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Facebook has started to expand its Gifts product beyond the U.S., according to users in the U.K., India and Canada who say they got access to the service this weekend. However, it seems that international users can only send gifts to their friends who live in the U.S. Facebook launched...
Facebook begins allowing international users to buy Gifts for friends in U.S.
GAGA FOR GOOGLE GLASS: $6,300 For A Set On eBay (GOOG, EBAY)
Hands-On With LG’s (Huge) Optimus Vu

Redesigned YouTube rolling out to some users, reflects the influence of Google+

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From the looks of this screenshot posted by one of our readers, it appears YouTube is testing a new homepage styled more like the look that recently rolled out on Google+. The current default look rolled out last winter with more focus on channels and social integration, while this...
Redesigned YouTube rolling out to some users, reflects the influence of Google+

UK ISPs Start Blocking KickassTorrents, H33T and Fenopy

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KickassTorrents is currently listed among the 50 most visited websites in the UK, but this is about to change. Starting today, several British Internet providers started blocking the popular torrent site, as well as Fenopy and H33T. The blockades follow on from the High Court verdict last month which required...
UK ISPs Start Blocking KickassTorrents, H33T and Fenopy
Appetite.io Detects Apps On Your iPhone's Homescreen So You Can Share Them With Others

Tripl launches beautiful travel summaries to help you keep track of your friends' journeys

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When you return from a trip, wouldn’t it be nice to compile a neat summary of what you did while you were away to share with others? Tripl is launching a new service today that does that in style. Founded in Sweden but now based in New York, Tripl began...
Tripl launches beautiful travel summaries to help you keep track of your friends' journeys

Galaxy Tab 7.7 set to arrive at Verizon on March 1?

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Samsung's Galaxy Tab 7.7 may be set to arrive on the market as early as March 1 for Verizon customers. A leaked screenshot that is claimed to have emanated from Verizon's internal site, and later posted by Droid-Life, suggests the flagship 7.7-inch tablet will be available to purchase before the...
Galaxy Tab 7.7 set to arrive at Verizon on March 1?
Galaxy S II Ice Cream Sandwich update on SK Telecom planned for tomorrow

Jessica Alba Has Been Spotted On Airtime! (FB)

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Twitter user Cliff Dailey posted this screenshot of him chatting with Jessica Alba over Airtime. Who's got the next Airtime celebrity sighting? Please follow SAI on Twitter and Facebook.Join the conversation about this story »...
Jessica Alba Has Been Spotted On Airtime! (FB)
Marissa Mayer Is Testing Another New Yahoo.com Homepage Design (YHOO)
Thumbtack Revamp Makes It Even Easier To Find A Service Provider

Leaked HTC Sense 5 screenshots suggest a leaner, cleaner skin

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Did yesterday's uncertain glimpse at a new HTC phone leave you wanting? Then grab a tray and find a seat, because the right-hand image above comes from XDA developer mdeejay, who claims to have a working port of the forthcoming Sense 5 skin. On the left, we've stuck up...
Leaked HTC Sense 5 screenshots suggest a leaner, cleaner skin
Google Drive for Android updated with card-style grid view, quick preview, OCR document scanning, and more

The FTC's Guide To Peddling Bogus Diet Pills On Twitter

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The last time the Federal Trade Commission issued a primer on online ads it was 2000. Things were different back then. So, time for an update. Which is pretty straightforward. Just like it did in the dial-up era, the FTC would like you not to lie when you sell stuff. If...
The FTC's Guide To Peddling Bogus Diet Pills On Twitter
Professor Watches Porn on Projector in Empty Classroom Without Realizing It's Being Recorded

Romney using targeted Google ads to zing Obama around the net

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Oh my, this is fun. Today, in case you missed about 16,000 news stories, the President gave the commencement address at Barnard College. His likely contender, Mitt Romney also recently gave a commencement address, at Liberty University. Now, that’s just standard American politics. Here’s where things get interesting: according to a report...
Romney using targeted Google ads to zing Obama around the net

This is ridiculous: Microsoft no longer accepts long passwords, shortens them for you

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Microsoft doesn’t like it if you use long passwords in Hotmail. In fact, the software giant won’t let you use a really long one anymore, and recently started prompting users to only enter the first 16 characters of their password. As you can see in the screenshot above, courtesy of...
This is ridiculous: Microsoft no longer accepts long passwords, shortens them for you
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?