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Where Did Gawker Media Get the Idea for Branches?

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During the time it was building its new commenting system, Gawker met with the founder of Branch, a tiny start-up, several times. When Gawker's final product came out last week, it bore a striking resemblance to the company's product, and even used the same name....
Where Did Gawker Media Get the Idea for Branches?

Google Is Making Me Stupid

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by Chris Bodenner The Pew Research Center recently released an opinion survey of nearly 900 "prominent scientists, business leaders, consultants, writers and technology developers" regarding the impact of the Internet on intelligence and learning. The lead question was the Nick Carr-inspired, "Will Google make us stupid?", based on his...
Google Is Making Me Stupid
RIM posts first teaser shot of new BlackBerry 10 phone as launch approaches

fastcodesign: Aerial Photographs Of Tulip Fields In The...

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fastcodesign: Aerial Photographs Of Tulip Fields In The Netherlands By Normann Szkop I think I've already reblogged this several times. But I just can't stop. And I'm not sure why....
fastcodesign: Aerial Photographs Of Tulip Fields In The...

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

Beloved Mac and iOS RSS reader NetNewsWire set to return after ditching intractable iCloud data syncing

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iCloud data syncing, especially with Core Data, has become the bane of many an iOS developer’s existence. I can’t tell you how many developers have run into major issues implementing sync with Apple’s iCloud, no, really, I can’t tell you as most of them won’t go on the record. But...
Beloved Mac and iOS RSS reader NetNewsWire set to return after ditching intractable iCloud data syncing
First private launch to the ISS scheduled for 5am tomorrow

Check Out Huge Photos Of Google's Brand New Nexus Tablet (GOOG)

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Google has unveiled the Nexus 7, a 7-inch tablet that's more like a Kindle Fire than an iPad. Google has tried several times to enter the tablet market by providing manufacturers with Android software as a competitor to the iPad. Now it's building its own tablet with Asus to enter...
Check Out Huge Photos Of Google's Brand New Nexus Tablet (GOOG)

Evasi0n jailbreak 1.4 coming later today with official support for iOS 6.1.2

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Earlier today Apple released iOS 6.1.2 with a fix for the Microsoft Exchange calendar bug that we have covered several times. If you were wondering whether or not the update will play nice with the latest evasi0n jailbreak, team member Planetbeing just provided an update via Twitter. While noting that...
Evasi0n jailbreak 1.4 coming later today with official support for iOS 6.1.2
Atom for jailbroken iPhones is a welcome lockscreen overhaul

HD TV goes ultra-high-definition

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TV makers hope 4K ultra-high-definition is the next best thing for sets. FORTUNE -- Television manufacturers are desperate to find something to jolt their moribund market. Global TV shipments declined 6% in 2012, according to NPD DisplaySearch. And this year isn't likely to be much better. Now Sony (SNE), Samsung,...
HD TV goes ultra-high-definition

On The Shoulders Of Giants: Y Combinator Demo Day Brings The Future To Computer History Museum

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Every year, Y Combinator Demo Day, where the latest batch of incubated startups make their pitch to investors, gets a little bigger. (Or a lot.) Now, for the first time since the event began in 2005, it’s moving to a new home — the Computer History Museum. At the last...
On The Shoulders Of Giants: Y Combinator Demo Day Brings The Future To Computer History Museum

Miley Cyrus Starts Campaign for Emoji Equality

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Ms. Cyrus (Photo: Wikipedia.org) Miley Cyrus had a brush with social advocacy last year when she recorded Occupy Wall Street’s unofficial theme song, “Liberty Walk.”  But since then, she’s remained pretty quiet on any issues of equality. In 2012, she’s cut her hair several times, most notably when she got...
Miley Cyrus Starts Campaign for Emoji Equality

The New Office is Here; Those Pesky iOS Apps Aren't

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That Microsoft is working on iPad versions of its Office apps is one of the worst kept secrets in technology. The company has nearly said as much several times. In one of many statements last year, Microsoft said that a forthcoming version of “Office Mobile will work across Windows Phones,...
The New Office is Here; Those Pesky iOS Apps Aren't

Does the iPad Replace the Need for a Smartphone?

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We’ve covered the Apple iPad several times on CenterNetworks. The device appears to be launching next month and I believe it will be a game changer. Andreas discussed how he sees the device being used in the home and I agree with him that a whole new set of consumers...
Does the iPad Replace the Need for a Smartphone?
Uber Reverts Back to Surge Pricing After One Day
Ars readers pick the 12 most incredible webcomics

Intel says tablets with Bay Trail processors will start at under $199

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Intel expects tablets containing its upcoming Atom processor code-named Bay Trail will cost under US$200, a company executive said Wednesday."We believe we can push it well below the $199 price point," said Hermann Eul, vice president and general manager of Intel's Mobile and Communications Group, during a news conference...
Intel says tablets with Bay Trail processors will start at under $199

Apple announces 'Activation Lock' theft deterrent feature for iOS 7 ahead of gov't meeting on rising smartphone crime

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Ahead of a meeting with government officials later this month to discuss how Apple could prevent increasing smartphone crimes, Apple today introduced a new feature for called ‘Activation Lock’ that it says will be a “a really powerful theft deterrent” when released later this fall in iOS 7. We...
Apple announces 'Activation Lock' theft deterrent feature for iOS 7 ahead of gov't meeting on rising smartphone crime
People Actually Use QR Codes (In China)

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
Consumer groups in 10 more EU countries seeking alterations to AppleCare
Expert: Apple settled for older display tech in new iPad, Sharp’s IGZO tech wasn’t ready
Al-Qaeda document suggests 22 ways to avoid drone attacks

Ziff Davis Trades Hands Again

allthingsd.com
Ziff Davis has a new owner: “Cloud services” company J2 Global has bought the tech publisher from private equity firm Great Hill Partners for $167 million. J2 runs a portfolio of cloud-based services generally aimed at consumers and small businesses, like eFax, Onebox and eVoice. The company says it acquired...
Ziff Davis Trades Hands Again

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

Apple was warned that its Maps app was awful ahead of launch, but dumped it on users anyway

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The Maps app in Apple’s (AAPL) latest version of iOS 6 is pretty terrible. We all know this. In an interesting turn of events, however, it looks like a number of developers told Apple back in June that its new mapping solution was awful, but the company decided to...
Apple was warned that its Maps app was awful ahead of launch, but dumped it on users anyway

Twitter: 15 Billion Tweets and Counting [PIC]

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Twitter has surpassed 15 billion tweets less than three months after it broke the 10 billion count.The above tweet, sent minutes ago from @EGRK, is the 15 billionth tweet sent on the popular microblogging service. It is yet another milestone for the maturing company.Tweet #15,000,000,000 is also proof that...
Twitter: 15 Billion Tweets and Counting [PIC]

VeriSign admits multiple hacks in 2010, keeps details under wraps

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VeriSign, the company responsible for guiding most of the world's Internet users to the correct websites and once the largest encryption certificate issuing authority, was successfully hacked several times in 2010....
VeriSign admits multiple hacks in 2010, keeps details under wraps
Mobile: As Twitter Tightens Its Grip, HootSuite Buys Seesmic
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