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FYI: Path uploads your iPhone’s entire address book to their servers

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Blogger Arun Thampi has discovered something that may or may not sit right about the free social media app Path while packet sniffing the app last night. Upon first installing the app and registering for an account, Path sends every single one of your contacts in your address book to...
FYI: Path uploads your iPhone’s entire address book to their servers

Eventbrite: Facebook Drives More Ticket Sales Than Twitter And LinkedIn Across US And UK

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Social media sites like Twitter and Facebook are becoming increasingly strong marketing platforms, and, eventually, we should start to see more metrics that show how effective all those likes, shares and RT’s really are for businesses. (There are still precious few.) One company that’s gotten an early start on that...
Eventbrite: Facebook Drives More Ticket Sales Than Twitter And LinkedIn Across US And UK

Photo hosting site Snapjoy launches Flickraft, a simple way to import your Flickr pics

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In September we told you about a new exciting startup that aimed to host all of your photos in a beautiful and elegant way. That startup, Snapjoy, has announced a new feature in a big way, and it’s shooting an arrow directly at Yahoo!’s Flickr. Up until now, you could...
Photo hosting site Snapjoy launches Flickraft, a simple way to import your Flickr pics
Nextdoor, the social network for neighbors, raises $18.6 million to help Americans stop bowling alone

Samsung Galaxy S III review shootout: AT&T vs. Sprint

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More Info Samsung Galaxy S III review AT&T announces Samsung Galaxy S III plans Sprint Galaxy S III arrives with Google Wallet on June 21 Each summer the world celebrates a time of warmth, fun and relaxation. For the tech community, however, it's traditionally the season in which Samsung...
Samsung Galaxy S III review shootout: AT&T vs. Sprint

iPad Keeps Apple No. 1 in Mobile PC Sales

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The mobile PC business is booming, and thanks to exploding iPad sales, Apple remains its undisputed leader. According to NPD, Apple during the first quarter of 2012 shipped 17.2 million mobile PCs* worldwide, enough to capture a 22.5 share of the market — more than double that of its closest...
iPad Keeps Apple No. 1 in Mobile PC Sales
Larry Page’s First Year As Google CEO: Impatience is a Virtue

Google privacy policy changes spark EU inquiry

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France asks European data authorities to investigate pooling of user data, which has begun as of Thursday 1 MarchGoogle's new privacy rules, which have come into force as of Thursday 1 March, are to be investigated by EU authorities, with France arguing the sweeping changes breach European law.France's data protection...
Google privacy policy changes spark EU inquiry

IBM's Quantum Computers Could Change The World (Mostly In Very Good Ways)

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101010: That's the number 42 represented in binary, which is the mathematical way today's binary computers see every single piece of information flowing through them, whether it's a stock price, the latest Adele track, or a calculation to generate an MRI of a tumor. But now IBM believes it's made...
IBM's Quantum Computers Could Change The World (Mostly In Very Good Ways)

PlayStation Vita won't get UMD Passport in US — PSP support is digital-only

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Sony has confirmed that there will be no UMD Passport program for the PlayStation Vita when it launches in North America later this month. The system supports digital PSP games, but drops the UMD drive slot; in Japan, UMD Passport allows owners of retail PSP titles to register their...
PlayStation Vita won't get UMD Passport in US — PSP support is digital-only

CISPA veto recommended by White House, bill's authors defend it

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Not a fan of CISPA? Fear not. President Barack Obama isn’t either. A Wednesday e-mail released by the Office of Management and Budget made very clear that should the bill reach the president’s desk in its current form, "his senior advisors would recommend that he veto the bill." "Legislation...
CISPA veto recommended by White House, bill's authors defend it

Check out this 2,000 photo stop motion video and learn how the photographer did it

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The recent Google+ photography conference in San Francisco was a huge hit and there has been a ton of really great content and stories coming out of it. Photographers from all over converged to discuss their love of photo-taking, as well as teach each other a thing or two. One...
Check out this 2,000 photo stop motion video and learn how the photographer did it

Sony’s Optical Disc Archive: 30 Blu-ray discs in a 1.5TB MiniDisc-like cassette

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Hot on the heels of the most successful storage mediums of all time — MiniDisc and Zip disks — Sony has announced the Optical Disc Archive, a system that seems to cram up to 30 Blu-ray discs into a single, one-inch-thick plastic cassette.The cassettes will range in capacity from 300GB...
Sony’s Optical Disc Archive: 30 Blu-ray discs in a 1.5TB MiniDisc-like cassette
Nextdoor takes $18.6M to strengthen communities across America
By the numbers: Apple vs. the world

Failure Is Not An Option: Why Kickstarter Hides Failed Projects

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Dan Misener, in a fit of inspired data mining, scraped half of Kickstarter to find failed projects. He could not, it seems, find a single one. Why? Because Kickstarter hides them behind a non-searchable wall. They exist, sure, but you won’t find them with Google and they never, ever show...
Failure Is Not An Option: Why Kickstarter Hides Failed Projects

Dwolla Announces Funding Led by Union Square Ventures

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Mr. Milne. Power to the prairie! That Union Square Ventures-led funding we reported on for investor darling Dwolla—the startup of the 700 name spreadsheet—is indeed happening. (Albeit for $5 million instead of the $10 million we expected.) Village Ventures, Thrive Capital, Marc Ecko of Artists & Instigators and angel investor Paige Craig...
Dwolla Announces Funding Led by Union Square Ventures

Facebook's New Mobile Ads Highlight Zuckerberg's Big Strategy Dilemma (FB)

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Facebook's decision to allow advertisers to buy "Sponsored Stories" in users' News Feeds, that appear only on their mobile phones underlines the major cultural battleground inside Facebook right now. On one side you've got founder Mark Zuckerberg, whose prime concern is the user experience, and who famously wrote before the...
Facebook's New Mobile Ads Highlight Zuckerberg's Big Strategy Dilemma (FB)

TNW is selling 3 startup ideas, plus their domains. Here's an update on the auctions

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Chances are that you’ve seen our posts about startup concepts that we’re selling, along with their respective domain names. Searcle, Intermediads and Userati are the three that we presently have up on the block, and we’re getting close to the sale of Userati so it’s time for an update. The...
TNW is selling 3 startup ideas, plus their domains. Here's an update on the auctions

Startup Alley Walk-through At TechCrunch Disrupt Is Go

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TechCrunch Disrupt’s Startup Alley is jam-packed with interesting startups and it’s always frustrating that we can’t get to film every single one. However, we do our best and you’ll find that Techcrunch Jordan Crook and I manage to get through plenty in this walk-through. Amongst the companies we caught...
Startup Alley Walk-through At TechCrunch Disrupt Is Go

AT&T's Lumia Launch Less of a Splash, More of a Plop

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Nokia / Flickr: NokiaOfficial As flagship product launches go, the Lumia 900′s was more unusual than most. Certainly, the decision to launch the handset on Easter Sunday was perplexing. But more confounding still was the manner in which it was carried out, which really doesn’t speak well of Nokia or...
AT&T's Lumia Launch Less of a Splash, More of a Plop

Take a look at the incredible typeface collections on Typecache

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We first highlighted Typecache, an independent online compendium for typography, when we featured its list of 30 Alternatives to Helvetica back in May. Since then, the site has grown significantly and now offers 6 different themed typeface collections — what it calls “Font Clusters” — in addition to plenty of other...
Take a look at the incredible typeface collections on Typecache

How my riots tweet landed me in hot water – at taxpayers' expense | Mike Harris

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Sanctions against councillors who express an opinion are overzealous. Finally, a judge has stood up to such nonsenseLast year, I was reported to the standards board of Lewisham council for tweeting concerns that last summer's riots were spreading to our area (which they did – you can read my tweets...
How my riots tweet landed me in hot water – at taxpayers' expense | Mike Harris
No That Won't Backfire At All: Questionable Story About Obama's Daughter Disappears From The Web

When Every Practical Economic Idea Is Political Suicide, Something's Wrong With Politics

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Last week, Planet Money brought together five different economists, who represent a pretty broad spectrum of political ideologies in general, to see what policies there are that all of them (mostly) agree on -- and then noted why every single one of those policies is political suicide for a Presidential...
When Every Practical Economic Idea Is Political Suicide, Something's Wrong With Politics

Irreparable injury result if FTC fails to police Google, group tells court

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A privacy group suing the Federal Trade Commission said Tuesday in a federal court brief that the agency’s inaction against Google warrants judicial review and failure to do so could cause “irreparable injury” to consumers.The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) wants a federal court to compel the FTC to enforce...
Irreparable injury result if FTC fails to police Google, group tells court

Google Nexus 7: a post-PC device for the rest of us. Well played, Google

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If your budget hits a ceiling at £200 then the Nexus 7 is just the right tablet for you. It's a really good tablet. Now, is it a great tablet?My Nexus 7 arrived in a box that was open and badly squashed. It was a day late, after Google had...
Google Nexus 7: a post-PC device for the rest of us. Well played, Google

First Round Capital Raises Its 4th Fund And Makes Kent Goldman And Phineas Barnes Partners

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First Round Capital, a seed stage VC firm with investments in startups like Birchbox and Uber, has raised its fourth fund. Kent Goldman and Phineas Barnes will be partners in the next fund alongside Howard Morgan, Chris Fralic, Rob Hayes and Josh Kopelman. Here's the post Josh Kopelman wrote announcing...
First Round Capital Raises Its 4th Fund And Makes Kent Goldman And Phineas Barnes Partners

Twitter Employees Basically Spend All Day Making Fun Of Each Other On Twitter

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"Some of the best Twitter accounts are the parody accounts," Twitter CEO Dick Costolo tweeted last August. "Seek them out." Or just create them! When it comes to this mandate, Twitter employees are nothing if not obedient. (While we can't vouch for the provenance of every single one of these...
Twitter Employees Basically Spend All Day Making Fun Of Each Other On Twitter

Facebook App Center goes full circle, rolls out to all users worldwide

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While Mark's network had already flipped the App Center switch in a number of parts around the globe, there was still a large chunk of its abundant user base missing out on the recently unveiled application hub. That's all about to change starting today, however, as a Facebook rep...
Facebook App Center goes full circle, rolls out to all users worldwide
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