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The CEO Running Bebo Into The Ground Pays Himself $14,000 Per Month, And Shareholders Are Sick Of It

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Social network Bebo, which AOL sold turnaround specialist Criterion partners, is being sued by its shareholders. According to the suit, one of their complaints is that the CEO is paying himself too much: $14,000 a month, or $168,000 a year. If that's too much for a CEO, things must be...
The CEO Running Bebo Into The Ground Pays Himself $14,000 Per Month, And Shareholders Are Sick Of It

Power of Arduino and Raspberry Pi combined in $99 Android/Linux PC

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UDOO The Raspberry Pi is all the rage for hobbyists in search of cheap, credit card-sized computers that can run a full PC operating system. Arduino boards have been around nearly a decade, meanwhile, powering robots and all sorts of other creative electronics projects. Now, a project called UDOO ("you...
Power of Arduino and Raspberry Pi combined in $99 Android/Linux PC
Raspberry Pi Linux PC orders now shipping
Can chip companies profit off the maker movement? TI is betting on it
British researchers build battery-powered, Wi-Fi-enabled Kinect sensor

Tobii's IS-2 eye tracker is cheaper, 75 percent smaller than its predecessor

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Of all the things we saw at CES, Tobii's eye-tracking Gaze interface was one of the most memorable, even if the execution was a bit flawed. Now the company's back with a next-gen sensor that fits on a single board and is 75 percent smaller than the iteration we...
Tobii's IS-2 eye tracker is cheaper, 75 percent smaller than its predecessor

ChowNow brings in $2M Series A extension, $1M venture debt to fuel rapid growth of mobile ordering platform

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It’s been a busy year for Los Angeles-based ChowNow, which offers restaurants a mobile and Web ordering and marketing platform. The company has more than doubled its team to 30 employees, growing in all departments, and is coming off of its best month in history in terms of restaurant...
ChowNow brings in $2M Series A extension, $1M venture debt to fuel rapid growth of mobile ordering platform

The Bebo Lawsuit, And The Tragedy Of Departed Founders Who Can’t Let Go

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This week, Michael Birch — co-founder of Bebo — began legal action against the site’s (third) owners, Criterion Capital Partners. The suit, in which Birch is joined by his wife Xochi, Ron Conway, Richard Hecker and TV exec Michael Jackson, alleges that Criterion neglected the teen-friendly social network to the...
The Bebo Lawsuit, And The Tragedy Of Departed Founders Who Can’t Let Go

iFixit rips apart Pebble and finds very little inside, even less that's repairable

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Generally when iFixit tears something down we're treated to scrumptious piles of technological gore. Screws, chips, connectors and all sorts of components end up scattered around the table. With the Pebble smatwatch? Well, there's not so much in the way of digital guts to pull out. Upon cracking open...
iFixit rips apart Pebble and finds very little inside, even less that's repairable

BeagleBone Black: Raspberry Pi and Arduino on a single board, for just $45

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Texas Instruments launched its ARM-powered BeagleBone Black PC today, and it packs an impressive feature set that is sure to get enthusiasts' attention. The successor to the original BeagleBone, the Black comes with faster hardware, lower power requirements, and a surprising $45 price point....
BeagleBone Black: Raspberry Pi and Arduino on a single board, for just $45
OWC is readying a 2TB, 3.5" form-factor workstation SSD for 2013

Exclusive: Bebo founders, shareholders sue owner for ‘destroying’ site

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Bebo, which has hit one rocky patch after another the past few years, now has new troubles. The social network’s founders and some other shareholders are suing its current owner, alleging fraud. Original co-founders Michael and Xochi Birch’s MXB Holdings, Ron Conway’s SV Angel investment vehicle, TV executive Michael Jackson...
Exclusive: Bebo founders, shareholders sue owner for ‘destroying’ site
Timehop social media aggregator adds Pinterest-style boards for saving your favorite memories
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