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What Everyone Dislikes About The New iPad (AAPL)

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iPad reviews are out! Every review is overwhelmingly positive, but there are small complaints about the new iPad and we've summed them up here. The one takeaway from reading over a half-dozen reviews: If you have an iPad 2, there's no need to upgrade. If you're looking to save...
What Everyone Dislikes About The New iPad (AAPL)

The Small Stuff: Accessories for Your New iPad Mini

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The iPad mini officially hits retail stores this Friday — preordered units are already sold out, and a delay is expected for minis ordered online now — and with the 7.9-inch tablet comes a slew of new accessories. While typing on a mini accessory keyboard should be an interesting experiment...
The Small Stuff: Accessories for Your New iPad Mini

CHART OF THE DAY: Here's What Everyone Hates About The New iPad

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For the most part people are thrilled with their new iPads. But, when asked what they hate, the number one complaint is price. After that it's a mix of small stuff that Apple could improve. This chart comes from a survey of 200 new iPad owners by ChangeWave research....
CHART OF THE DAY: Here's What Everyone Hates About The New iPad

Review: Capcom hits you over the head with Dante's new style in DmC: Devil May Cry

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Opting for an angst-filled, emo-punk Dante instead of the classic dark-gothic Dante, Capcom's new game reboots the venerable Devil May Cry franchise and tackles a different side of the demon-angel hybrid than we've seen before. He's funny, slick, powerful, and rather carefree about everything but his mission to stop...
Review: Capcom hits you over the head with Dante's new style in DmC: Devil May Cry

Sweating The Small Stuff: Sotheby’s Selling Original Steve Jobs Note About Atari Circuit Improvements

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The auction house Sotheby’s is selling an official memo from Steve Jobs to Atari about improving the World Cup Football game. The pages – stamped and signed by Jobs himself – describe circuit diagrams and paddle layouts. Delightfully, the stamp says “All-One Farm Design” and features a Buddhist mantra, “gate...
Sweating The Small Stuff: Sotheby’s Selling Original Steve Jobs Note About Atari Circuit Improvements
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Defining The M&A "Nibble" And What To Do When You Get One

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Editor’s note: Jason M. Lemkin served as CEO and co-founder of EchoSign, the web’s most popular e-signature service, from inception through its acquisition by Adobe Systems in 2011. Follow him on his SaaS-focused blog, on Quora, and on Twitter. If you are in a reasonably hot and/or interesting space, and you have a...
Defining The M&A "Nibble" And What To Do When You Get One
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Tumblr's David Karp Apparently Doesn't Consider Profitability a Particularly Important Metric

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Man with the plan? (Photo: Twitter/SuccessMag) When you’re as stylish as Tumblr CEO David Karp, who needs to sweat the small stuff? Case in point: his company’s profitability. During an interview at a conference hosted by paidContent, he informed the audience that Tumblr isn’t making money—but it’s “not a metric that is...
Tumblr's David Karp Apparently Doesn't Consider Profitability a Particularly Important Metric

When Do Startups Need In-House IT Help?

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An ill-timed technology meltdown can be catastrophic for a vulnerable startup. Perhaps you are about to blast an email marketing message, or just trying to find an important file. And then it happens: frozen computers, corrupted files, wireless blackouts. Whatever it is, it needs to be fixed fast. That much...
When Do Startups Need In-House IT Help?

NFC Is Great, But Mobile Payments Solve A Problem That Doesn’t Exist

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For the past few years, we’ve been told over and over again that NFC will eventually replace the common wallet. And yes, NFC is a great technology. Parts of Europe and China are using it for public transport transactions, and the sharing of content between devices is incredibly cool (just...
NFC Is Great, But Mobile Payments Solve A Problem That Doesn’t Exist

Biggest Kickstarter Project Ever Surpasses $10 Million; Cuts Off Funding

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We keep hearing that these new business models and platforms really can't handle "big" projects. While part of the charm and power of these platforms is that they can fund smaller "long tail" projects that might never otherwise see the light of day, there's no reason that they can't do...
Biggest Kickstarter Project Ever Surpasses $10 Million; Cuts Off Funding
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