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The BBC launches Facebook News Control Panel to personalize your social news feed

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As part of its campaign to increase its social presence and to change the way people access news online, the BBC has rolled out its new BBC News Control Panel for its official Facebook page to give people more control over the news that they see on their News Stream. The...
The BBC launches Facebook News Control Panel to personalize your social news feed

Flipboard Planning To Release Android Beta For Everyone Who Doesn’t Have A Galaxy S III

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One of the nice little surprises at Samsung’s Galaxy S III unveiling in London was that the device would be preloaded with the fabled Android version of the Flipboard social magazine app. The news came from out of the blue — while the iOS version has garned plenty of acclaim...
Flipboard Planning To Release Android Beta For Everyone Who Doesn’t Have A Galaxy S III
Google Gets Scientific, Adds A Voice-Enabled 34-Button Calculator To Desktop And Mobile Search
What's responsive Web design all about?

Betabeat’s Spring 2012 Most Poachable Players in Tech

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Silicon Alley may not have its own Bravo reality show, but if Mayor Bloomberg’s constant pomp and circumstance about New York City’s innovative spirit is any indication, New York’s startup scene is on the verge of exploding. For the first time since 1999, the tech sector beat out financial services...
Betabeat’s Spring 2012 Most Poachable Players in Tech

How Does Y Combinator Scale Y Combinator?

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The startups that presented at Y Combinator’s Demo Day last week were remarkable in their own right, but perhaps the most striking thing was the sheer number of them. With 66 companies and 180 founders in this season’s batch, the auditorium at Mountain View’s Computer History Museum was practically bursting...
How Does Y Combinator Scale Y Combinator?
Rackspace CEO: 'We're playing a different game' than Amazon

A Look at Android Fragmentation: The Good, The Bad and the Pretty Charts

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There’s no doubt there is a great deal of diversity when it comes to Android. There are a half dozen flavors of the operating system, with products made by dozens of manufacturers and literally thousands of individual designs. Whether this is good or bad depends on one’s perspective. But the...
A Look at Android Fragmentation: The Good, The Bad and the Pretty Charts

Nokia Stock Down By More Than 10% On Massive Overhaul: Revised Forecasts, Exec Changes, Vertu Gone, Scalado Acquired

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When it rains it pours at Nokia. The Finnish company today announced not one but four separate items of news — a major strategy refresh with revised forecasts; a host of executive departures and several internal appointments to replace them; the final confirmation at its luxury folly brand Vertu is...
Nokia Stock Down By More Than 10% On Massive Overhaul: Revised Forecasts, Exec Changes, Vertu Gone, Scalado Acquired

All The Location Apps You Have To Use At The SXSW Royal Rumble

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It’s turning into a royal rumble at SXSW — the sheer number of location-based networking apps hoping to emerge from the conference as this year’s breakout hit is nearly overwhelming. What’s worse, they’re often so similar in nature, so it’s hard to discern the advantages of one over another....
All The Location Apps You Have To Use At The SXSW Royal Rumble

Ads by Coffee offers charities free online advertising campaigns, no strings attached

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The expression ‘non-profit advertising agency’ probably sounds like a bit of an oxymoron, but that’s exactly what Ads by Coffee is. The brand new organization provides charities with Internet-based marketing, free of charge. While Ads by Coffee is based in Australia, it is made up of a small team of...
Ads by Coffee offers charities free online advertising campaigns, no strings attached

Can Anything Take Down the Facebook Juggernaut?

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Illustration: Mister Mourao Sometime in early 2004, as Mark Zuckerberg was furiously coding the first iterations of The Facebook in his Harvard dorm room, the Internet passed what then seemed to be an impressive milestone: 750 million people worldwide had become connected. The exact birthdate of the Internet is difficult...
Can Anything Take Down the Facebook Juggernaut?

7-Inch iPad with Retina Display Coming in October Priced at $200-$250?

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iMore reports that Apple is "currently targeting" an October launch for a smaller iPad, with the device carrying a display of roughly 7 inches and being priced in the $200-$250 range. According to our source, which has proven reliable in the past, the reason for such aggressive pricing is to...
7-Inch iPad with Retina Display Coming in October Priced at $200-$250?
Hacker Culture: The Key To Future Prosperity?
Want Flipboard on Android? Here’s how to get it.
Bing fights Google with simplicity, cleans up search results page
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Angry Birds Space introduces the age of the mobile game blockbuster
Blasting the photoelectric effect out of the quantum realm with a very intense light source
Tracky wants to be your one-stop collaboration shop
Nokia site tracks software updates for the Lumia 800
Unity Technologies marks one million developers for its game development tools

Kabam joins the Mobage stable with new Ngmoco publising deal

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DeNA-owned ngmoco has signed up Kabam as the newest publishing partner for the Mobage platform. The announcement comes out of DeNA’s Mobage Forum conference in Japan this week. Kabam has only just entered the mobile market with a version of its Facebook game Kingdoms of Camelot on iOS. Kingdoms of...
Kabam joins the Mobage stable with new Ngmoco publising deal

Why Variety’s street value has plummeted in 4 years

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Four years ago, Dutch-Anglo publisher Reed Elsevier (NYSE: RUK) put its 107-year-old showbiz trade paper, Variety, on the auction block. It ultimately failed to find a buyer willing in the middle of a global recession to pay in the neighborhood of $2 billion  for Variety and a handful of Reed’s other ad-supported...
Why Variety’s street value has plummeted in 4 years

Not-Horrible iPad Cases: a round-up of the best

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The following round-up is from our esteemed colleagues at The Wirecutter. We recently were discussing this very topic in the Editor's household, where children abound and the SmartCover fails to do much protecting. Some people think the iPad is so gorgeous it doesn't need a case. I disagree, and...
Not-Horrible iPad Cases: a round-up of the best

Chinese Anti-Black Card Alliance stops more than $1.5M in iOS scams

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Just how much money are virtual currency “black card” scams costing Chinese iOS developers? The Chinese Anti-Black Card Alliance has stopped more than $1.5 million USD in fraudulent transactions in just six months. Black card scams, so named because they use fake or stolen credit card numbers, operate mainly on...
Chinese Anti-Black Card Alliance stops more than $1.5M in iOS scams

Review: WaterField Muzetto Outback bag for tablets

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For a lot of people an iPad by itself is a luxury, never mind the sheer number of accessories you can buy for one. That makes the products WaterField creates even more extreme -- not only are they handmade in the US, they're often crafted with material like real leather,...
Review: WaterField Muzetto Outback bag for tablets

HTC tries to defrag its Android lineup with new HTC One phones

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One of the biggest challenges in the market for Android phones is the sheer number of devices — a.k.a. the notorious fragmentation of the ecosystem. When you’re buying an iPhone, you’re buying an iPhone. When you’re buying an Android device, it feels like you need a continuing education seminar to...
HTC tries to defrag its Android lineup with new HTC One phones
Pimp My Ride: RelayRides Rolls Out an OnStar Partnership

Triggers transforms your iPhone into an IFTTT-like gadget

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With the sheer number of things you can do with smartphones today, it’s something of a clichéd joke to say that we can use our phones to do everything but make us our morning coffee. While that option is still only a pipe dream that some of us caffeine-dependent smartphone...
Triggers transforms your iPhone into an IFTTT-like gadget
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?