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Pinterest is spamming your Facebook friends’ email with fake connection requests

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There’s no doubt that what interest-aggregation site Pinterest has managed over the past few months is spectacular. Recently reaching the milestone of 10 million users, the site has gained traction faster than just about any other site in history. But with that growth comes the responsibility to handle it and...
Pinterest is spamming your Facebook friends’ email with fake connection requests

Google tests yet another new navigation menu, and here’s how to enable it

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With the release of Google+, the world’s biggest search engine has undergone a number of new design refreshes to blend native search options with the increasing number of social features — and it appears it’s about to change yet again. State of Search reports that Google has started testing yet another new...
Google tests yet another new navigation menu, and here’s how to enable it

Media Center remains a tumultuous, and rumor ridden component of Windows 8

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The media is in a knot this morning over a bit of back and forth confusion surrounding Windows 8, its beta (to be called a ‘consumer preview’), and the existence of Media Center as part of the operating system. We’re here to clear this up for you. Here’s the skinny,...
Media Center remains a tumultuous, and rumor ridden component of Windows 8
Microsoft Office for iPad spotted, soon to hit App Store
New iPad Runs 4G? Not In Australia, Says Consumer Watchdog

How to Become a Cloud Service Provider in About a Day: VMware

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Businesses are finally realizing there's a way to recoup some of their costs for building out their private cloud infrastructures. It's hybridization, but in the opposite direction: taking their residual compute power and storage capacity and making it public, reselling it back upstream. This morning, VMware is introducing a kind...
How to Become a Cloud Service Provider in About a Day: VMware

Twitter makes subtle UI changes that could have a big impact on your Twitter.com experience

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I mostly use Twitter.com to tweet (sue me, I don’t like running too many desktop apps) and I noticed that something changed overnight. I couldn’t quite place my finger on what changed, exactly, but I wasn’t the only Twitter user who noticed. Fortunately, Twitter IM application maker Bonfire tells us...
Twitter makes subtle UI changes that could have a big impact on your Twitter.com experience

Build and host the server side of your iOS or Android app for free with Applicasa

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If you’re looking to join the app development craze and don’t know where to get started, hosting service Applicasa wants to be your app’s home, for free. It might sound too good to be true, but the service will provide all of the server side hosting and maintenance in an...
Build and host the server side of your iOS or Android app for free with Applicasa

Facebook Courts Small Business Dollars With Easy Social Ad Campaign Creation

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Facebook says it’s testing a redesign of its ad creator tool that will give more guidance to advertisers as they create their campaigns — specifically by helping them find the right mix of Facebook ads and Sponsored Stories to achieve their stated objectives. You can see a screenshot of the...
Facebook Courts Small Business Dollars With Easy Social Ad Campaign Creation

Apple may release iOS 5.1 on March 9th according to iPhone operator profiles

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Apple recently published eleven new profiles for various iPhone-operators that point to a potential iOS 5.1 release date, according to YourDailyMac. The files include references to iOS 5.1, and they mention an update launch date of March 9th, indicating an iOS update could be released around the same time for the iPhone, iPad...
Apple may release iOS 5.1 on March 9th according to iPhone operator profiles
Facebook Gives Its Ads a Boost, Using Your Photos

Hackers target 15 Lebanese government websites, calling for better living standards

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15 Lebanese governmental sites were taken down this morning by a group of hackers identifying themselves as, “Raise Your Voice,” Reuters reports. The 15 websites, which Now Lebanon describes as “redundant”, all featured the same message, calling for an improvement in living standards, and for the Lebanese government to bring...
Hackers target 15 Lebanese government websites, calling for better living standards
In iOS 5.1, major security flaw with lock screen camera slider [VIDEO]
Facebook Unrolls Timeline-Style Pages for Brands and Businesses

SwiftKey 3 Beta launches, no space bar required (video)

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Just when we thought our favorite Android virtual keyboard couldn't get much better, TouchType decided to prove us wrong by launching SwiftKey 3 Beta. If you're one of the product's 30,000+ VIP users, you'll want to get your hands on the company's newest creation right now, for free. What's...
SwiftKey 3 Beta launches, no space bar required (video)

Google Drive tipped to launch with with 5GB free storage, mobile app document editing capabilities

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With Google’s long awaited file-synchronisation service Google Drive set to launch within the coming weeks, details are already starting to emerge over what it will provide for users. A leaked screenshot of the service has indicated that when Google does take the wraps off its Drive service, users will automatically be...
Google Drive tipped to launch with with 5GB free storage, mobile app document editing capabilities

Boomerang Calendar – Turning your Google Calendar into what is should have been

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A few weeks ago when I was at SXSW, I met up with Baydin Software CEO Alex Moore. We talked about upcoming features to the company’s amazing Boomerang software, but then Alex showed me something that left my jaw hanging. Baydin took the “magic” of Boomerang for Gmail and applied...
Boomerang Calendar – Turning your Google Calendar into what is should have been
Apple begins selling iPhone 4S at $149.99 to match Sprint discount

Apple Is Rejecting Apps That Use Dropbox

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Apple is rejecting applications that use Dropbox, an online storage system, because it violates rules against sending users to a new purchase, according to a support thread on Dropbox. If the user of the new app doesn't have Dropbox installed, it redirects the user to the web-based version of Dropbox...
Apple Is Rejecting Apps That Use Dropbox

Track Your Online Photos with VenueSeen.com

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If you are looking to try to keep track of all the places from whence you post your mobile photos, a new site that launches today called VenueSeen.com might be the place you want to visit. The idea is that they geolocate and collect photos from a variety of sharing...
Track Your Online Photos with VenueSeen.com

Incredible, Obama’s same-sex marriage tweet close to 50,000 RTs in 7 hours

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Earlier today (US time) President Barack Obama made a huge move when he publicly endorsed same-sex marriage, and his announcement on Twitter is close to passing 50,000 retweets. Obama’s team is particularly digital media savvy and, as is so often the case with his announcements, the tweet announcement has been retweeted...
Incredible, Obama’s same-sex marriage tweet close to 50,000 RTs in 7 hours

Yanked Documentation Suggests That Amazon May Be Ready For A Kindle Debut In China

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Ben Chiang, is an editor at TechNode, a bilingual blog based in China. Are Amazon’s Kindle tablets and e-readers ready to break into the world’s biggest market? We’ve spotted some Chinese Help documentation for Amazon Kindle devices on the company’s China-facing site in a sign that they may be coming for real this time. Even though...
Yanked Documentation Suggests That Amazon May Be Ready For A Kindle Debut In China
Windows Phone 8 screenshots allegedly leak, demonstrate Skype integration and new camera UI
Google Drive Said To Launch Next Week, With 5GB Of Free Storage For All

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+

Walmart’s movie streaming service Vudu is now available in Mexico

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Walmart’s streaming service Vudu is now available in Mexico, the Latin American blog FayerWayer reports. While no official announcement has been made, it is already live in Spanish at its new local address, www.vudu.mx. As you can see in this screenshot, Vudu’s catalogue includes recent theatrical releases in HD, with...
Walmart’s movie streaming service Vudu is now available in Mexico

Google Drive Lives: Google Drive App Found

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If you needed any more proof that Google Drive was alive, look no further than this screenshot of the app. I’ve been able to download and run the app and it is currently idle, sitting quietly in the corner, unable to connect to the mothership. The version we were given...
Google Drive Lives: Google Drive App Found

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 wants a more unified you, will start merging your Facebook email and Timeline addresses

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Facebook has announced that as part of its attempt to make addresses consistent across its site, the company will start merging the unique vanity URLs and Facebook email addresses of its users, slightly pushing its email and messaging system in the process. Starting today, the company says it will start...
Facebook wants a more unified you, will start merging your Facebook email and Timeline addresses

Blogger users can now add photos and videos to posts using their webcams

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Just one day after rolling out Google+ widgets for Blogger, Google has added yet another new feature to its blogging platform – the ability to add photos and videos using your webcam. The new feature is pretty straightforward: To add photos from your webcam, choose “Insert Image”, select “from your webcam”...
Blogger users can now add photos and videos to posts using their webcams
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