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Coming Up: Apple CEO Tim Cook's First Time in the Hot Seat at D

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While he has presided over a number of events since taking over as Apple CEO last year, Tuesday night promises to offer a new look inside the mind of Tim Cook. Cook, as Steve Jobs did several times during his career, is taking the stage at D: All Things Digital...
Coming Up: Apple CEO Tim Cook's First Time in the Hot Seat at D

Apple Takes Possession of iPhone5.com Domain

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Earlier this month, we noted that Apple had filed a claim with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) seeking to gain ownership of the iPhone5.com domain, which had hosted a small independent discussion forum for the past year and a half. The Next Web now reports that the case has...
Apple Takes Possession of iPhone5.com Domain
Vibrant Media, The Company Behind Those In-Text Ads, Announces Lightbox Video Units

Dell Relaunches Software Community AppDeploy As Social Q&A Platform For IT Professionals, ITNinja

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Dell has been operating IT community AppDeploy since it acquired the platform’s owner Kace Networks in 2010. The site itself has been operating for 13 years, and receives around 450,000 monthly visitors per month says Dell, but growth has stalled. And Dell hadn’t invested much into the site. Today, the...
Dell Relaunches Software Community AppDeploy As Social Q&A Platform For IT Professionals, ITNinja

Malcolm Gladwell: In 50 years, Bill Gates will be revered and Steve Jobs will be forgotten

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Jobs and Gates at the D7 conference in 2007 (Asa Mathat photo) In a recent appearance at the Toronto Public Library’s Appel Salon, author Malcolm Gladwell provided some fascinating remarks about the role of entrepreneurs in society, drawing some interesting conclusions about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates....
Malcolm Gladwell: In 50 years, Bill Gates will be revered and Steve Jobs will be forgotten
Private: some search engines make money by not tracking users

Oracle and Google get a trial date, April 16th is the start of Android armageddon

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As regular readers of this site are well aware, Google and Oracle have had an ongoing legal spat for nearly two years now. In the time since the lawsuit's filing, the legal claims have been narrowed, damages claims have been adjusted, reduced, and reduced again. All that activity, plus...
Oracle and Google get a trial date, April 16th is the start of Android armageddon

Watch this now: Spoof startup Vooza mocks the tech world again in style [Video]

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Sure, we love the startup world – but let’s face it, it’s completely ridiculous, right? Luckily, the people at spoof startup Vooza agree. Following on from their recent hit video ridiculing everything wrong with startups in 2012, they’ve today taken things a step further with this slick production that tells...
Watch this now: Spoof startup Vooza mocks the tech world again in style [Video]

London Underground: NFC mobile payment technology 'too slow' for the tube

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While it's tested the idea several times in the past, London's Tube system won't be getting mobile-based payment technology any time soon. Customer Experience Director Shashi Verma told GigaOM that existing NFC technology wasn't able to drop below the 500 millisecond barrier -- something which Transport for London demands...
London Underground: NFC mobile payment technology 'too slow' for the tube

Apple to Contribute Toward Costs of Improving Working Conditions at Foxconn Facilities

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Reuters reports on comments from Foxconn chief Terry Gou, who claims that Apple and Foxconn will be splitting the initial costs to improve working conditions at Foxconn's facilities in China."We've discovered that this (improving factory conditions) is not a cost. It is a competitive strength," Gou told reporters on Thursday...
Apple to Contribute Toward Costs of Improving Working Conditions at Foxconn Facilities

A Schrödinger cat with eight lives: quantum entanglement of eight photons

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One of the most mind-blowing areas of quantum mechanics is entanglement: two or more particles separated in space can have physical properties that are correlated. A measurement performed on one particle will tell us the result of the same measurement taken on an entangled particle. Entanglement is important but...
A Schrödinger cat with eight lives: quantum entanglement of eight photons

Xfire Raises $3M To Expand Gamer Social Networking In Asia

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Xfire, which offers social networking tools for gamers, just announced that it has raised $3 million in new funding. The round was led by Singapore-based IDM Venture Capital. It’s apparently targeted specifically at expanding Xfire’s presence in Asia — the company recently announced that it’s partnering with China Youth Goyor...
Xfire Raises $3M To Expand Gamer Social Networking In Asia
Expert: Apple settled for older display tech in new iPad, Sharp’s IGZO tech wasn’t ready
Tablets taking over the living room: 88% of owners use them while watching TV
Apple Marketing SVP Phil Schiller dumps Instagram over expansion to Android
Bloomberg: RIM 'prefers' to license BlackBerry OS, doesn't want to be bought

This Internal Apple Email From 2011 Got The Attention Of Everyone In The Court Room Yesterday

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The Apple-Samsung case picked up yesterday. Of particular interest was an email exchange among Apple executives from January 24, 2011. "This made up just a very small part of a cross-examination of Scott Forstall, Apple's head of iOS software at Apple, but it was enough to get the attention of...
This Internal Apple Email From 2011 Got The Attention Of Everyone In The Court Room Yesterday
Silly cord cutter, you will pay for cable. Oh yes.

What the Lumia sales results mean for Windows Phone

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Put that pitchfork down, we don’t know anything yet. It’s early here in Chicago, but the news has been running hot since Nokia (Finnish) dropped their earnings. The company’s cash position, its revenues, and the its sales of smartphones have been making headlines. Obviously, this impacts Windows Phone, given the...
What the Lumia sales results mean for Windows Phone
Foursquare paves way for ad products with release of Local Updates

Facebook puts events in calendar view for easier browsing and planning, but improvements still needed

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Facebook has redesigned its events dashboard to include new calendar and list views that help users see upcoming events and friends’ birthdays more efficiently than before. Previously, Facebook presented events in a single list that didn’t allow users to easily navigate to a particular day or month. It also had...
Facebook puts events in calendar view for easier browsing and planning, but improvements still needed
Leisure Suit Larry creator wants “infringing” Kickstarter campaign taken down (exclusive)

What RIM Moving to Windows Phone 8 Would Mean

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Research In Motion’s new BlackBerry 10 operating system has been delayed to, at the earliest, early 2013. That could prove to be a deathblow to the storied but struggling smartphone maker. RIM is going to miss out on the important holiday season with BlackBerry 10, and that could prove to...
What RIM Moving to Windows Phone 8 Would Mean

With Channel Daily Uniques Up 60%, YouTube Brings New Layout To All Channels

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Remember that big redesign YouTube launched in December? Granted, you’ve probably seen it several times today already, but in case not, YouTube redesigned its homepage so that its overall look would reflect the design changes that have been rolled out across Google products. More specifically, the update brought tighter integration...
With Channel Daily Uniques Up 60%, YouTube Brings New Layout To All Channels

Here's The Latest iOS Bug Everyone's Freaking Out About (AAPL)

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A newly-discovered iOS bug could allow for someone to bypass your passcode protection and gain limited access to your contacts and recent calls, reports The Verge. The thought of anyone snooping around your phone is unsettling, we agree. But we wouldn't lose too much sleep over this one. The...
Here's The Latest iOS Bug Everyone's Freaking Out About (AAPL)

AT&T’s Updated ‘Toggle’ Service Lets More Employees Use Their Own Devices At Work

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AT&T revealed their intention to jump on the bring-your-own-device enterprise bandwagon with their business-friendly Toggle service last October, which thoughtfully allowed users to segregate their personal and work content on their smartphones or tablets. Now the company has announced a handful of new updates to the service to make it...
AT&T’s Updated ‘Toggle’ Service Lets More Employees Use Their Own Devices At Work

10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here's the news: Amazon will launch a new Kindle Fire tablet with a better screen in the third quarter, according to AllThingsD. Kayak has finally priced its $100 million IPO at $22-$25 a share in an updated filing with the SEC. The company has delayed going public several...
10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

House unexpectedly votes on CISPA, which passes

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The U.S. House of Representatives surprised the tech industry Thursday by voting on, and passing, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) after having originally scheduled a vote for Friday. The bill was amended several times prior to the final vote, and the implications of those amendments was not...
House unexpectedly votes on CISPA, which passes

Jitterbug Plus: A Social but Simple Cellphone for Seniors

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My parents aren’t that interested in technology, but a cellphone is something they both wanted in case of an emergency. Even after buying the most basic handset, my brother and I had to add their contacts to the address book and show them — several times — how to navigate...
Jitterbug Plus: A Social but Simple Cellphone for Seniors

Jon Hamm & Rupert Murdoch Victims of Bogus Google Scandal

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SOS Racisme, a French NGO that fights discrimination, has accused Google of reinforcing the notion of an international Jewish conspiracy to control the media. Where did they get this idea? From autocomplete suggestions in search. If people around the world are constantly searching for “Rupert Murdoch Jewish” or “Jon Hamm Jewish,” those...
Jon Hamm & Rupert Murdoch Victims of Bogus Google Scandal
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