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In Its First Report Since Going Public, Trulia Posts First Profitable Quarter, Record Revenue

Google-focused Boomerang Calendar plugin launches in public beta, now localized for Europe

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We’ve long been waxing lyrical about Boomerang, the suite of productivity tools from San Francisco-based developers Baydin. There’s Boomerang for Gmail for starters, which lets you send email at a later point, or choose when you receive it. Earlier this year it went truly multilingual too. Then there’s Boomerang Calendar,...
Google-focused Boomerang Calendar plugin launches in public beta, now localized for Europe
Don't Call The New Microsoft Surface RT A Tablet, This Is A PC
How to get a telepresence robot without NASA's budget

RIM wrecks its own devices, so you don't have to (video)

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Bend, drown, drop and zap? No, that's not your mnemonic device for surviving a fire, it's actually RIM's protocol for destroying their own products. In a trio of behind-the-scenes videos released today, the company's pulled back the curtain on its Hardware Support Lab's process, giving users a peek at...
RIM wrecks its own devices, so you don't have to (video)

CTIA Wireless 2012 wrap-up

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Oh, how we will miss New Orleans. It's been a long and busy week in the Big Easy as tens of thousands of calories were sacrificed in the name of bringing you the most comprehensive coverage of CTIA's annual spring show. Not that we mind -- we love doing...
CTIA Wireless 2012 wrap-up

3Doodler is a $75 3D-printing pen eagerly awaiting your Kickstarter funding (hands-on)

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In April of last year, former MakerBot COO Samuel Cervantes launched the Solidoodle, a $500 3D printer. We were a bit taken aback by the price point -- after all, his former company's product had seemingly set the standard for consumer-facing 3D-printer pricing at around $2,000. We're hoping you've...
3Doodler is a $75 3D-printing pen eagerly awaiting your Kickstarter funding (hands-on)

Wantster, Canada's Answer To Fancy, Picks Up $4M From Radio Station Owners Evanov Communications

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Wantster, a site founded earlier this year in Canada that lets users collect images of things they want from around the web and pin them on a central page — a kind of Canadian Fancy – has announced a round of funding: $4 million from Evanov Communications, a Canadian radio broadcasting company....
Wantster, Canada's Answer To Fancy, Picks Up $4M From Radio Station Owners Evanov Communications

AP Twitter Hack Preceded By A Phishing Attempt, News Org Says

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The AP Twitter hack which sent the stock market briefly crashing was caused by a phishing attack, according to the AP. The news organization now says the attack on Twitter was “preceded by a phishing attempt on AP’s corporate network.” The Twitter attack, which has now become another high-profile example of...
AP Twitter Hack Preceded By A Phishing Attempt, News Org Says

Motorola’s Release of “Developer Edition” RAZR Ignites Online Protest, MOSH 2.0 Commenced

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Well I thought most folks would be excited about the fact that Motorola is releasing an unlockable edition of the Droid RAZR, however that move is leaving a bad taste in their mouthes. While it does lend to the saying “give an inch, take a mile,” I can honestly...
Motorola’s Release of “Developer Edition” RAZR Ignites Online Protest, MOSH 2.0 Commenced

10 cool things about Google's new Maps app for iPhone

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For starters, it usually takes you where you meant to go FORTUNE -- On Wednesday, 84 days after Apple (AAPL) shot itself in the foot by replacing its original mobile Maps app with a new Google-free version that wasn't ready for prime time, Google (GOOG) announced that a new, all-Google...
10 cool things about Google's new Maps app for iPhone

Coming Up: Live Coverage from Google I/O

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It’s that time of the year again. Search giant Google takes to the stage to show off the latest in its long line of Android desserts, talk about the future of its platforms and hand out some hardware to the developers lucky enough to get a ticket to its I/O...
Coming Up: Live Coverage from Google I/O

Hands-on with Flipboard for Android, and here’s how you can download it now

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The Next Web has covered Flipboard on a number of occasions since it first arrived on the iPad way back in 2010. And it has gone from strength to strength since then, eventually landing on the iPhone last December. So where else could it go to continue to grow? Well,...
Hands-on with Flipboard for Android, and here’s how you can download it now

Appsfire introduces badges to surface the top developers and bestsellers, weed out rogue iOS apps

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Appsfire has rolled out a not-insignificant update to its iOS app today (Android coming soon), which includes badges for the best/worst apps, a new side menu and a handful of new design tweaks. Just a couple of week ago we reported that Appsfire has helped 9 million people with more...
Appsfire introduces badges to surface the top developers and bestsellers, weed out rogue iOS apps

BlackBerry Playbook OS 2.0 Update Arriving Next Month, Get Your Android Apps Ready?

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Like someone eating McDonald’s while sitting at a Burger King, the BlackBerry PlayBook is all set to receive its highly anticipated 2.0 OS update which will allow the use of Android applications.  And by highly anticipated I mean highly anticipated by BlackBerry users not Android fan-boys.  The update is supposed to...
BlackBerry Playbook OS 2.0 Update Arriving Next Month, Get Your Android Apps Ready?
On The Verge returns tomorrow with Senator Al Franken, Mary Jo Foley, and Chipocrite!

Marble Droid brings amazing 3D playgrounds that will keep you entertained for hours [Hands on Video]

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A couple of weeks ago, I reviewed 3D Stunt Marbles, which is a cool game, but if you’re looking for something conceptually the same, but a little different, the folks over at Zebralightning Studios just released Marble Droid. With 3D Stunt Marbles it’s more about getting from point A...
Marble Droid brings amazing 3D playgrounds that will keep you entertained for hours [Hands on Video]

Why You Should Be Terrified Of A Free Trade Agreement You've Never Heard Of [Infographic]

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is the most influential piece of recent legal work you've probably never heard of. Can a Free Trade Agreement really threaten Internet freedom, redefine copyright and alter the course of global healthcare? You bet. What The TPP Is According to the Office of the United States...
Why You Should Be Terrified Of A Free Trade Agreement You've Never Heard Of [Infographic]

Endorsements, LinkedIn's Answer To Klout, Passes 1B Recommendations And Builds Up A New Data Set

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Endorsements, a lightweight way for people on LinkedIn to recommend each other’s skills, has picked up some significant traction in its first five months of life. Today, LinkedIn is announcing that Endorsements has passed the 1 billion milestone — with 58 million members getting recognition on their profiles for different...
Endorsements, LinkedIn's Answer To Klout, Passes 1B Recommendations And Builds Up A New Data Set

Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet sales hurt Android more than iPad

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Low-priced media tablets showed tremendous sales growth in 2011, with an estimated 7.5 million units combined from Amazon and Barnes & Noble. On Thursday, iHS noted that tablets from these two companies accounted for 11 percent of the total tablet market. This quick market-share grab didn’t hurt Apple iPads sales...
Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet sales hurt Android more than iPad

Leaked HTC Sense 5 screenshots suggest a leaner, cleaner skin

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Did yesterday's uncertain glimpse at a new HTC phone leave you wanting? Then grab a tray and find a seat, because the right-hand image above comes from XDA developer mdeejay, who claims to have a working port of the forthcoming Sense 5 skin. On the left, we've stuck up...
Leaked HTC Sense 5 screenshots suggest a leaner, cleaner skin

Nielsen: US smartphones have an average of 41 apps installed, up from 32 last year

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The growing ubiquity of smartphones in the US is helping to drive the surge in app downloads, but as Nielsen reports the average number of apps per device has also increased significantly over the past year. The data measurement and research company notes that this time last year, 38% of...
Nielsen: US smartphones have an average of 41 apps installed, up from 32 last year

Mistash: Pinterest for your product lust

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Everywhere you look, Pinterest has been unavoidable, with its insane rates of growth, and clones popping up left and right in an attempt to get in on the online pinboard action. Mistash is a new California-based site which is, in some ways, similar to Pinterest but has enough of an...
Mistash: Pinterest for your product lust

Google Analytics Intros New Access Controls

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A new system for user access control is coming to Google Analytics in the next few weeks. Google announced two primary changes that offer more specific controls over how different users can interact with Google Analytics accounts. For starters, access permissions will be able to be set at the... Please...
Google Analytics Intros New Access Controls
"Every time technology changes, it changes what people in the plot can do." An Interview With Margaret Atwood

From the folks who brought you Flip Video: Knowmia, an online vid platform for students and teachers

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The co-founders of the late Flip Video portable shooters have created an internet-based platform for both students and teachers alike, in which they hope to help by offering over 7,000 online lessons -- with said number expected to grow over time, naturally. For starters, the crowdsourced project, dubbed Knowmia,...
From the folks who brought you Flip Video: Knowmia, an online vid platform for students and teachers
Jolicloud expands its simple aggregator for personal clouds
Tonight! On The Verge with Senator Al Franken, Mary Jo Foley, and Chipocrite!

E Ink's future foretold at CES: Next-gen will be high-res, support color

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LAS VEGAS--While dedicated e-readers struggle in the face of competition from multipurpose tablets, the company E Ink and its electrophoretic display technology (more commonly known as electronic paper) continues to evolve. The discontinued high-resolution iRiver Story HD For starters, the next wave of e-readers should complete the shift towards...
E Ink's future foretold at CES: Next-gen will be high-res, support color

Travis Kalanick Says Uber Will Drive Into London Before The Olympics

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Uber has built a business out of being, in the words of its founder and head Travis Kalanick, everyone’s private driver. But while the company is continuing to expand the number of cities where it operates, it is also building out a network to extend beyond vehicles and taxing people...
Travis Kalanick Says Uber Will Drive Into London Before The Olympics
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