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Pinterest bigger than Tumblr? Depends who you ask, and where you draw the line

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It’s a strange game, comparing the relative size of websites. The pageview, once the key metric that ruled them all, is in decline as technology leaves it slowly in the dust, gripping several ’90s business plans as it fades away. And yet we do it anyway, mostly because it’s fun,...
Pinterest bigger than Tumblr? Depends who you ask, and where you draw the line

Apple Only Wants 16+ Year-Olds Working Its Dodgy Sweatshops (AAPL)

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Apple products are made in factories that regularly employ young teenagers, constantly work people more than 60 hours per week, and falsify records to cover up their misdeeds. That's according to the shameless gossiping muckrakers at... uh, Apple Inc. The company's brightly-named "Supplier Responsibility 2010 Progress Report" (PDF) contains some...
Apple Only Wants 16+ Year-Olds Working Its Dodgy Sweatshops (AAPL)
New Boundary App For Splunk Predicts Root Cause Of App Brownouts

AOL's Alto adds visual organization to e-mail

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Attempting to stay relevant in a world where even Yahoo! gets more press, AOL on Thursday launched the beta version of its new cloud-based e-mail management tool, Alto. Alto won't replace Gmail, Yahoo!, AOL, or any other e-mail services. Instead, the free HTML 5-based client manages your existing accounts...
AOL's Alto adds visual organization to e-mail
16GB Galaxy S III on T-Mobile is $279.99 after rebate
This is what the "fiscal cliff" looks like (infographic)

Delicious makes drastic changes to its feature set. Scraps "stacks", replaces with good ol' tags.

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As someone who saw Delicious’ stacks feature as its USP, I’m somewhat surprised at this. Delicious has decided to make changes to its feature set, the most significant being the removal of “stacks”, a feature which let its users collaboratively create collections of links. Delicious will instead now revert back...
Delicious makes drastic changes to its feature set. Scraps "stacks", replaces with good ol' tags.

AOL unveils Alto: a web-based email client with an emphasis on aesthetics and organization

www.engadget.com
A cleanly organized inbox may be a holy grail that's seemingly out of reach, but AOL (which happens to be our parent company) has unveiled a web-based e-mail client dubbed Alto to help cut through clutter. Instead of singing up for a brand-new email address, users log into the...
AOL unveils Alto: a web-based email client with an emphasis on aesthetics and organization

Believe It Or Not, There's A Way To Get Android Apps On Your Mac (GOOG, AAPL)

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If you're bummed out that certain Android apps don't have an iOS counterpart, you might have some good luck on the way. BlueStacks is a piece of software that lets you run Android apps on your Mac. It's still very early in its development, but anyone with a Mac can...
Believe It Or Not, There's A Way To Get Android Apps On Your Mac (GOOG, AAPL)

FixYa releases its smartphone report with common problems and solutions

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Unless you are fond of a particular brand, choosing a smartphone can be a bit confusing. Even when you have read the specs, the handsets on offer seem to be very similar. If you’re lucky enough to have a friend who is an expert in these matters, you’ll be sorted...
FixYa releases its smartphone report with common problems and solutions
Instagram 2.1 update adds HDR-esque 'Lux' mode and UI refresh (hands on)

Sony reveals Exmor RS camera sensor for smartphones

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Sony has formally unveiled it stacked CMOS sensor for smartphones. Last seen in January, the Exmor RS camera modules boast a backside-illuminated CMOS sensor which stacks the pixel layer over the signal ship, shrinking the module's size. The two layers being independent of each other, combined with the pixel layer...
Sony reveals Exmor RS camera sensor for smartphones

Rhapsody announces Napster launch in 14 countries across Europe

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As part of its Napster (and Napster International) acquisition from a while back, Rhapsody promised it would spread the music service across more places worldwide, with one of the many focuses being to have a stronger presence in Europe. Well, staying true to its word, Rhapsody's announcing today that...
Rhapsody announces Napster launch in 14 countries across Europe

Packrati.us Makes It Super Easy To Store Twitter Links in Your Delicious Account

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On any given day, I get around 100 weblinks in my Twitter account – either from people I follow or links I post myself. As you can imagine, that soon stacks up and that then presents a problem when I want to find a particular link I came across...
Packrati.us Makes It Super Easy To Store Twitter Links in Your Delicious Account

Reimagining Books: How Citia's iPad App Compares to a Paper Book

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Kevin Kelly's book What Technology Wants was one of my favorite non-fiction books of 2011. In my April 2011 review, I gave it 5 out of 5 stars. It's fitting that Kelly's book is the first to be turned into an iPad app on a new iOS platform called Citia....
Reimagining Books: How Citia's iPad App Compares to a Paper Book

Amazon Web Services eases private cloud creation

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Amazon Web Services said it has made it possible to create private clouds using CloudFormation, which automatically creates stacks of resources described using templates....
Amazon Web Services eases private cloud creation

This Photo Perfectly Sums Up Everyone's Feelings On the Yellow Pages [Humor]

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I would like to take this opportunity to personally thank Kate who perfectly sums up how I, and probably a good chunk of the population, feel about those giant stacks of unclaimed phone books showing up at apartment buildings every year. More »...
This Photo Perfectly Sums Up Everyone's Feelings On the Yellow Pages [Humor]
Motorola Atrix HD unveiled: 4.5-inch display, Ice Cream Sandwich and more

The Real Victims of the Newspaper Collapse

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The Onion is on to something here. There’s something about big stacks of newspapers that appeals to a certain kind of person — I used to work with one of them, and actually, come to think of it, I kind of was one of them — and the creative destruction...
The Real Victims of the Newspaper Collapse

HP Envy Sleekbook 6z review: an inexpensive thin-and-light with AMD innards

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More Info HP unveils Envy Spectre XT Ultrabook, other thin-and-lights in various sizes HP takes EliteBook W-series on a trip to Ivy Bridge, throws in Z220 Xeon for good measure HP refreshes EliteBook line with five new models, Ivy Bridge and optional LTE HP has been fleshing out its...
HP Envy Sleekbook 6z review: an inexpensive thin-and-light with AMD innards

Google Drive blocked in China hours after launch, leaving Baidu and local players to dominate

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Google announced its Google Drive cloud storage service yesterday and just hours later the service was blocked in China, just like Dropbox and countless other Western Internet services, leaving the door open for local players to dominate in Google’s absence. While the blocking of the new Google service is no...
Google Drive blocked in China hours after launch, leaving Baidu and local players to dominate

PBS stacks humans against all other life on Earth, discovers we're doing okay

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At just over 7 billion in number, human beings are kind of a big deal. Despite our greatness in numbers, however, there are quite a few other species sharing our little blue dot. Sadly, the one greatest in number isn't something you see every day or ... well, ever,...
PBS stacks humans against all other life on Earth, discovers we're doing okay

Google Drive vs Dropbox, SkyDrive, Box and more – How does it stack up?

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With today’s release of Google Drive the obvious question to be asked is how it stacks up to the existing competition. Whether you choose to use Drive by itself, or in conjunction with something else, it’s best to move forward while educated so we’re here to help you out. We’ll...
Google Drive vs Dropbox, SkyDrive, Box and more – How does it stack up?
New software aims to preemptively nab Wall Street crooks

Microsoft plans to “drive shared hosting to the next level” with project ‘Antares’

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What up techheads. I take it that you are into such things as servers. I know that because you clicked on this link, and have therefore self-inducted yourself into an elite little group. Hey everyone. Here’s the skinny: Microsoft has a project called ‘Antares’ under construction that is looking to shake up shared hosting....
Microsoft plans to “drive shared hosting to the next level” with project ‘Antares’

Samsung Galaxy S Marries Android to an Amazing Screen [PICS]

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The Galaxy S from Samsung could well be the “new hotness” in the Android lineup — something to follow the glow of the Nexus One (lackluster sales and all, the device still sends tech nerds into fits of frothy exuberance).Just announced at CTIA, the Galaxy S will feature a...
Samsung Galaxy S Marries Android to an Amazing Screen [PICS]

Podcast via @PDP2010 - Jacqueline Goldsby - work w/ "Mapping the Stacks: A Guide to Black Chicago’s Hidden Archives" - http://bit.ly/aNWgYk

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Podcast via @PDP2010 - Jacqueline Goldsby - work w/ "Mapping the Stacks: A Guide to Black Chicago’s Hidden Archives" - http://bit.ly/aNWgYk
Google Glass software update released, adds multi-shot, HDR photos, and photo captions
Due To The Apple / Google Deathgrip, Former CEO John Lilly Says For Mozilla, “Mobile Is A Little Scarier”

BitNami Goes Beyond AWS Cloud with Application Library

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BitNami announced today that they're going to be offering ready to run images of popular open source stacks for a wider range of public and private clouds. Previously, BitNami's cloud images were only available for Amazon Web Services (AWS), but the company is now providing images for Eucalyptus, OpenStack, VMware...
BitNami Goes Beyond AWS Cloud with Application Library
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