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Reader news forces FeedDemon to shutter, too

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The founder of the popular PC RSS feed manager will close FeedDemon's doors after 10 years, following Google's decision to shutter Reader. [Read more]...
Reader news forces FeedDemon to shutter, too

Yahoo CEO says company will focus on strengths

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Speaking on an analyst conference call covering his first full quarter as CEO, Yahoo head Scott Thompson said that the company will focus on the services it does "really well," and may close or transition other services that are less popular. Saying "Yahoo has been doing way too much for...
Yahoo CEO says company will focus on strengths
Is Verizon turning 3G into a prepaid-only service?
Photos of Nikon's D600 full-frame DSLR leaked

This Bluetooth Smart Trigger Turns Your iPhone Into A Canon DSLR Remote And Intervalometer

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If you’re into DSLR photography, remotely controlling the thing is a pretty common want for new users and seasoned veterans alike. Satechi’s BT Smart Trigger, which starts shipping today, is a remote that works with a range of Canon DSLRs, connecting to the camera’s hot shoe and giving them full...
This Bluetooth Smart Trigger Turns Your iPhone Into A Canon DSLR Remote And Intervalometer

Samsung ATIV Odyssey for Verizon hands-on

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The Samsung ATIV Odyssey bound for Verizon has been a known device ever since Windows Phone 8 was launched, but at the time of its announcement we were told that we could expect it in December. The month came and went, and today we were informed that the new...
Samsung ATIV Odyssey for Verizon hands-on

Google '99.9 percent' sure to shutter Google.cn http://bit.ly/b35Xl7

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Google '99.9 percent' sure to shutter Google.cn http://bit.ly/b35Xl7

Riot Shuts Down Foxconn Plant, Impact on iPhone 5 Production Unclear

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Reuters reports on a riot that broke out earlier today at Foxconn's facilities in Taiyuan, China, forcing the company to temporarily shutter the plant as it cleans up the damage and investigates the situation. The cause of the riot, which reportedly involved about 2,000 workers, remains unclear, with the company...
Riot Shuts Down Foxconn Plant, Impact on iPhone 5 Production Unclear

It appears Google has quietly killed its weather API

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Last month, Google announced plans to shutter iGoogle, among a bunch of other services. Many developers and users were (and still are) outraged, but at least they have some time to breathe: iGoogle isn’t going away until November 1, 2013. That means there are still 15 months left to adjust...
It appears Google has quietly killed its weather API

EFF: TV networks use 'craven' tactics against streaming service

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Startup Aereo's free broadcasting service remains the target of television networks as they try to shutter it based on copyright infringement. [Read more]...
EFF: TV networks use 'craven' tactics against streaming service
Bright outlook: First Solar sells out of solar panels, inks new deal in China

Verizon finally closing the Verizon Apps store that you never used

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Verizon announced Monday it will shutter its app store within the next two months and will pull the related apps from Android and BlackBerry phones by March 2013. Wide swaths of customers will be forced to fall back on alternatives, including the Google Play Store, Amazon’s Appstore, and the BlackBerry...
Verizon finally closing the Verizon Apps store that you never used

GIMP is Now a Self-Contained Native App for Mac OS X

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GIMP, the image editing program that’s a popular open-source alternative to Photoshop, is now easier than ever for Mac users to start using. Though it was completely free, installing it has long required that X11 also be installed — a major pain in the butt. That changes with the latest...
GIMP is Now a Self-Contained Native App for Mac OS X

Insert Bad "Google Closes the Book on Reader" Pun Here

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As part of its ongoing spring cleaning, Google on Wednesday announced plans to sunset eight features and services. Among them is Google Reader, a widely used RSS reader the company has been offering since 2005. Why shutter the beloved news reader? Says Google, “usage of Google Reader has declined, and...
Insert Bad "Google Closes the Book on Reader" Pun Here

OptiTrack debuts $3,700 PRIME 17W mocap cam for small spaces

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Independent creators keen on motion capture have had affordable solutions like cheaper sensors and Kinect-based implementations for awhile now, but a large space for moving around has usually been required. OptiTrack has come up with an answer to that problem, however, in the form of the PRIME 17W mocap...
OptiTrack debuts $3,700 PRIME 17W mocap cam for small spaces

Google Quietly Shutters Commerce Search For E-Retailers

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In 2009, Google launched Commerce Search, a hosted enterprise search product to power online retail stores and e-commerce websites. Commerce Search was the the company’s first custom-tailored enterprise search product for a specific vertical. It looks like Google has recently (and quietly) decided to shutter commerce search. A Google spokesperson...
Google Quietly Shutters Commerce Search For E-Retailers

QuickShot: This iOS app helps you capture those Kodak Moments with literally one click

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Now, I often talk about loving simple apps that offer only one or two features, but do them very well. Sometimes I feel like a broken record on this front, but an excessive number of features can often detract from the overall experience. However, this next app takes simplicity to...
QuickShot: This iOS app helps you capture those Kodak Moments with literally one click

Apple patent application teams up multiple smartphone flashes for better lighting

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Smartphone camera flashes are notoriously weak compared to dedicated models, but what if you could fire them from several handsets at once? Since none of us have the millisecond timing needed to do it manually, Apple has filed a patent application to let any number of iOS (or other...
Apple patent application teams up multiple smartphone flashes for better lighting

Sprint Grows LTE Lineup With Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, LG Smartphones

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With Sprint’s 4G LTE network rolling out to 100 more cities in the coming months, the carrier is continuing to add to its selection of compatible smartphones and tablets with the introduction of four new devices today. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, LG Optimus G, LG Mach and Sprint...
Sprint Grows LTE Lineup With Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, LG Smartphones

Kodak to shutter digital camera production this year

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This year has not been a kind one for Kodak. Last month, the photography pioneer announced that it was filing for bankruptcy (and suing Samsung, incidentally), and now the company has let it be known that it will be dropping out of the digital camera business -- and then...
Kodak to shutter digital camera production this year

Google Reader is dead

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Google is cleaning house. On Wednesday the company announced plans to purge Google Reader, Google Cloud Connect, CalDAV API, Snapseed's desktop versions for Mac and Windows, and a handful of other products and services as part of an effort to focus on its core products. Google Reader will shutter July...
Google Reader is dead

Apple updates App Store screenshot rules to shutter scam

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Screenshots uploaded with apps will be locked in place after app approval, preventing developers from swapping out images for other games. [Read more]...
Apple updates App Store screenshot rules to shutter scam

Operating a public WiFi network seems riskier than ever

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An Internet connection is a terrible thing to waste. (That’s how that saying goes, right?) Months after the Electronic Frontier Foundation pushed for people to open their connections up to strangers via the Open Wireless Movement, a new “six strikes” anti-piracy policy threatens to convince residential and business customers...
Operating a public WiFi network seems riskier than ever

Sony launches the Bravia KDL-W900A LED connected 3DTV at CES

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Sony's television firmament has swelled to include the company's Bravia KDL-W900A here at the tech jamboree that is CES. The edge-lit, slimline display comes loaded with the company's X-Reality Pro engine for rendering, Motionflow XR 960 and two pairs of active-shutter 3D glasses. Spec fans will note that it's...
Sony launches the Bravia KDL-W900A LED connected 3DTV at CES
Best Buy names new CEO with buyout bid still on the table

5 beloved products that were sentenced to death

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Absent a change of heart by Google, Reader will join a short list of beloved technologies sent to the grave. By Verne Kopytoff, contributor FORTUNE -- Technology companies shutter products all the time. New tablets sometimes flop. Apps fall out of favor. Hardly anyone notices, and even fewer people complain....
5 beloved products that were sentenced to death

Pinterest acquires year-old recipe sharer Punchfork to beef up foodie appeal, will shutter site

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Pinterest has announced it has acquired the home cooking startup Punchfork. As a result of this deal, Punchfork will soon be shuttered, along with its API and mobile apps. In a statement to the Punchfork community, CEO Jeff Miller said that since its launch in January 2011, the company’s mission...
Pinterest acquires year-old recipe sharer Punchfork to beef up foodie appeal, will shutter site
LG announces Optimus UI for Ice Cream Sandwich devices
T-Mobile USA announces HTC One S for spring launch

After Three Years, Visual Voicemail Service YouMail Calls It Quits On BlackBerry

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Freemium visual voicemail service YouMail never forgot their roots — then they first launched in late 2007 with the mission of making visual voicemail available to the masses, they soon focused their attention on what was then the market-leading smartphone platform: BlackBerry. I don’t need to tell you that RIM’s...
After Three Years, Visual Voicemail Service YouMail Calls It Quits On BlackBerry
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