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Google CEO Larry Page Shares His Philosophy At I/O: "We Should Be Building Great Things That Don't Exist"

Wake Up And Smell The Coffee: Square's Starbucks Deal Puts It At The Epicenter Of The 'Seismic Change' Away From Cash

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The $25 million funding and sales deal announced late yesterday between mobile payments startup Square and coffee giant Starbucks is big, but it is only the tip of the iceberg for what the implications will be for Square and for mobile payments in general. The deal formally covers 7,000 U.S....
Wake Up And Smell The Coffee: Square's Starbucks Deal Puts It At The Epicenter Of The 'Seismic Change' Away From Cash

QloudSync: A Dropbox Competitor Running On 100% Renewable Energy

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There is no shortage of cloud-based file storage and synchronization solutions: Dropbox, Box.net, Ubuntu One, and on and on and on. Most offer pretty much the same things. A few niche players offer something special, like Spideroak‘s approach to encryption, or ownCloud‘s host-it-yourself solution. QloudSync puts forward two interesting differentiators:...
QloudSync: A Dropbox Competitor Running On 100% Renewable Energy

FB’s Biggest Ecommerce Platform Payvment Lets Its 165K Sellers Instantly Buy Ads

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The “Taste Graph” is Payvment‘s secret weapon. Facebook’s top ecommerce platform has spent two years finding out what Facebook users Like and buy, and starting today its 165,000 merchants can use it to auto-target ad campaigns. See many businesses don’t have know how to A/B test, target, or manage Facebook ad bids,...
FB’s Biggest Ecommerce Platform Payvment Lets Its 165K Sellers Instantly Buy Ads

Google Is Blurring The Lines Between Ads And Search Results

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Google has steadily been moving away from the "don't be evil" principles it laid out in its 2004 IPO filing, and now another one is about to bite the dust: paid inclusion. Paid inclusion was how a lot of search engines worked before Google came on the scene. Companies would...
Google Is Blurring The Lines Between Ads And Search Results
Litographs Puts Entire Books On T-Shirts

Why Recruiters Are Flocking To LinkedIn Like Never Before

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In a recent note, Goldman analyst Heath Terry made bullish comments on LinkedIn, in part due to strong momentum with enterprise customers. Specifically, says Terry: Our checks, particularly at the enterprise level, suggest that LinkedIn is seeing strong adoption for its hiring solutions products, driven by high perceived value...
Why Recruiters Are Flocking To LinkedIn Like Never Before
Cloudera makes SQL a first-class citizen in Hadoop

The Art. Lebedev Bulavkas Pairs 4GB Of Flash Storage And A Safety Pin

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Sometimes you just need to clip some files to a document. In that thought Art. Lebedev Studios, makers of their infamous OLED keyboard first shown in 2006, created the Bulavkas flash drive, which can literally clip 4GB of data onto a document thanks to its safety pin design. Clever, eh....
The Art. Lebedev Bulavkas Pairs 4GB Of Flash Storage And A Safety Pin

Google-Backed Pixazza Extends “AdSense For Images” To Home, Travel And Sports Sites

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Pixazza, a Google-backed photo tagging service that has been compared to an “AdSense for Images,” is expanding its service beyond entertainment websites to now include home, travel and sports publishers as well. Pixazza allows publishers to identify, tag and match products found within online images on their sites and then...
Google-Backed Pixazza Extends “AdSense For Images” To Home, Travel And Sports Sites

No, Telling Customers Why Your Product Is Better Than A Competitor's Is Not Trademark Infringement

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Every time I read an opinion like this ruling in AR Pillow Inc. v. Cottrell, a little piece of me dies. This is a ridiculously easy case, yet somehow it got all tangled up. The litigants are rival vendors of similar products to combat baby acid reflux. For a slightly...
No, Telling Customers Why Your Product Is Better Than A Competitor's Is Not Trademark Infringement
Calm down, Marco: micropublishing is about more than just The Magazine

The Best Electronic Cigarette Is Still Just An Electronic Cigarette

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We've tried electronic cigarettes before and weren't too pleased with the experience. That's why when Logic E-Cigs reached out to Business Insider and claimed to have a better e-cigarette than other models I was excited to try it out. Logic offers several types of electronic cigarettes but I tried the...
The Best Electronic Cigarette Is Still Just An Electronic Cigarette
Amazon reportedly plans to get into the set-top-box game this fall

Nokia, Google Ventures And Others Put $10.7M In ‘AdSense For Images,’ Luminate

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Luminate, a photo tagging service that has been compared to an “AdSense for Images,” has raised $10.7 million in Series C funding led by Nokia Growth Partners with participation from existing investors August Capital, CMEA Capital, Google Ventures and Shasta Ventures. With this new round of financing, Nokia Growth Partners,...
Nokia, Google Ventures And Others Put $10.7M In ‘AdSense For Images,’ Luminate

Lumify Launches To Stitch Beautiful Short Videos Together On Your iPhone

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More and more, people are shooting videos on their phones. But once the video is done, what do they do with it? For most users, those videos sit there, unused and unshared, on the mobile device. A few startups have emerged to help users create more entertaining videos and share...
Lumify Launches To Stitch Beautiful Short Videos Together On Your iPhone

Singly Launches "App Fabric" Platform For Developers To Speed Up Integrations With Dozens Of Services

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Singly, a startup aimed at simplifying the integration of third-party services in both web and mobile applications, is today launching its platform into open beta. Until now, the company has been in private beta testing with around 3,000 developers who are using Singly in some 250 applications, including TimeHop and...
Singly Launches "App Fabric" Platform For Developers To Speed Up Integrations With Dozens Of Services
Geoloqi adds 3 partnerships, one may help it use a competitor’s data

This week’s best new social media tools

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Brrrrrr! It might be snowing in London (and incredibly cold!) but that hasn’t stopped us from serving up a collection of this week’s hottest new social media tools and platforms. To help warm you up, were giving this week’s post a ‘green theme’ – yep, the green we all want...
This week’s best new social media tools

Retailers Join Payment Chase

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Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Target Corp. are among roughly two dozen retailers working together to develop a mobile-payments system to compete with similar products from Google Inc. and big cellphone companies, according to people with direct knowledge of the project. The push represents an effort by frustrated merchants to get...
Retailers Join Payment Chase

Sanwa stereoscopic YouTube viewer turns your iPhone into a big-screen 3D TV

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Japanese iPhone owners are being given the chance to bathe in the nostalgic glow of the old 3D View-Master -- only now, the pictures will actually move. The Sanwa device works in a similar manner to its ancient mechanical counterpart, but magnifies side-by-side yt3D YouTube movies on an iPhone...
Sanwa stereoscopic YouTube viewer turns your iPhone into a big-screen 3D TV
Winbot 7 window cleaning robot uses a vacuum seal to stick to the glass
Samsung said to be working on mid-range Galaxy Note II and new 13.3-inch tablet

Can I use a phone as a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot?

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Robert wants to buy a phone to use as a mobile hotspot to get online with his tablet and other devices. Which phone should he choose, or is there a better answer?I have several devices that I'd like to be able to connect to the internet when on the move....
Can I use a phone as a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot?
Fun with $1,500 glasses: Project Glass skydive stunt captured on video
Amazon reportedly plans to get into the set-top-box game this fall

Exoskeleton Lets The Paralyzed Walk Again

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A research team at the Santa Lucia Foundation in Italy is working on a way to restore the ability to walk to those paralyzed from the waist down, according to New Scientist. To hold the person up and propel them forward, the team created an exoskeleton - a set of...
Exoskeleton Lets The Paralyzed Walk Again

Hulu Benefits From New Mountain Lion Mirroring Feature

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After a painfully long wait, Hulu Plus is available on the Apple TV. Hulu subscribers can stream TV shows and movies from the service on their televisions, just as owners of Rokus, Nintendo Wiis and a list of other devices already do.  Hulu Plus, the paid-subscription counterpart to free, ad-supported...
Hulu Benefits From New Mountain Lion Mirroring Feature

DROID RAZR MAXX customers won’t have to wait for custom ROMs

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Verizon released the DROID RAZR MAXX on Thursday for $299.99 with a new two-year agreement. The device features a massive 3,300 mAh battery and a slightly thicker frame than its predecessor, the DROID RAZR. Other than that, the handsets are identical. Droid-Life confirmed on Friday that both devices run the same...
DROID RAZR MAXX customers won’t have to wait for custom ROMs

Ben Horowitz on why Andreessen Horowitz backed Picplz and still stands to make $78M from Instagram

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The New York Times caused controversy this weekend after it published a story claiming that top VC firm Andreessen Horowitz “fumbled” its investment in Instagram, losing million of dollars by backing photo-sharing rival Picplz over the company that Facebook will acquire for $1 billion. As we already pointed out, the NYT...
Ben Horowitz on why Andreessen Horowitz backed Picplz and still stands to make $78M from Instagram
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