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Pirate Bay Under DDoS Attack From Unknown Enemy

torrentfreak.com
Although Pirate Bay downtime happens a handful of times each month, it rarely persists for more than a few hours. When it goes beyond that the steady flow of reader emails to TorrentFreak quickly transforms itself into a torrent. At the time of writing The Pirate Bay has been inaccessible...
Pirate Bay Under DDoS Attack From Unknown Enemy
BRACING FOR DISASTER: How Bad Will Apple's Earnings Be?

Snackr for iOS saves time by reading your news out loud to you

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Curation and personalization is the hot space so far in 2012 and there are a slew of apps out there that are vying to bring you your top news every day. One such app called News.me finally hit the iPhone last week to bring us a personalized news feed based...
Snackr for iOS saves time by reading your news out loud to you
Reach for the skies with Airport City on Android

AfterCollege Relaunches, Looks To Build A LinkedIn For College Students And Recent Grads

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AfterCollege launched in 1999 as a simple job board for entry-level positions. In spite of a bubble burst and more than a decade in between, the company soldiered on, staying afloat (and profitable) thanks to revenue generated from charging employers to post jobs on its site. With a plethora of...
AfterCollege Relaunches, Looks To Build A LinkedIn For College Students And Recent Grads

After Sandy, Manual Labor Keeps Cloud Services Running

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The whole point about cloud computing services that live on servers that customers never see, never touch, never think about is exactly that. The physical infrastructure is out of sight, out of mind, and customers focus on running their applications and using the services they provide. But when disaster hits,...
After Sandy, Manual Labor Keeps Cloud Services Running

BBC launches phase one of its Connected Studio initiative

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Adrian Woolard, Project Director at the North Lab for BBC Research & Development has updated the BBC Internet blog with interesting details about the Connected Studio project. Launching its first phase today, Connected Studio is designed to allow creative people and BBC staff to work in together to develop new features for...
BBC launches phase one of its Connected Studio initiative

Week in Science goes to TED

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This week, some of Ars' top science stories came from our Editor-in-Chief Ken Fisher, who was attending the TED talks in California. TED typically features people with big ideas that have the potential to either change the world or how we see it, so science provides a constant flow...
Week in Science goes to TED

Bing Windows 8 apps updated, boosting RSS functions

www.pcworld.com
Microsoft is keeping a steady flow of updates to its suite of Windows 8 apps, and this week's refresh goes to Bing News, Maps, and Finance. Even better, Microsoft added video tutorials for each of the apps, which guide users through the features. The most interesting update of the...
Bing Windows 8 apps updated, boosting RSS functions

Apple Is Creating An E-Waste Problem

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What happens when you change one port? Quite a lot, actually. Apple introduced the 30-pin iPod port on April 28, 2003. That makes the technology – a fairly streamlined solution for 2003 – nine years old and, thanks to the iPhone’s popularity, essentially ubiquitous. Now, however, as news leaks about...
Apple Is Creating An E-Waste Problem

H7N9 bird flu still spreading in China, worrying WHO

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Three weeks ago, there were only nine confirmed cases of the new H7N9 bird flu, three of which ended in the death of the infected individual. At the time, there were far more questions than answers about the risk posed by the virus. Since then, testing in China has...
H7N9 bird flu still spreading in China, worrying WHO

Fortune Deletes Racist Portion of Its iPad Mini Live Blog: 'Some Readers Complained About Ethnic Profiling'

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Mr. Elmer-DeWitt (Photo: Twitter.com) This morning’s release of the iPad Mini saw crowds completely forgetting about the hurricane and lining up to score themselves a miniaturized version of their favorite fancy tablet. Apple beat reporter Philip Elmer-DeWitt was covering the release for Fortune/CNN Money. His online bio says that he’s been covering...
Fortune Deletes Racist Portion of Its iPad Mini Live Blog: 'Some Readers Complained About Ethnic Profiling'

The TSA's True Focus Isn't 'Safety' - It's Self-Preservation

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Despite its own worst efforts, the TSA doesn't seem to be going anywhere. Year after year, horror story after horror story surfaces, detailing abuse of American citizens at the hands (very often literally) of TSA agents. If they're not poking, prodding, fondling or carelessly tossing supposed explosives into a trash...
The TSA's True Focus Isn't 'Safety' - It's Self-Preservation
Photos: Scenes from Startup Day

Has the internet run out of ideas already?

www.guardian.co.uk
The internet has delivered much, but now seems in a state of inventive stasisEarlier this year, American legal scholar Tim Wu published a sobering book: The Master Switch: The Rise and Fall of Information Empires. In it, he surveyed the history of the great communications technologies of the 20th century...
Has the internet run out of ideas already?
Ke$ha and the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad CES corporate afterparty

HBO Go launches for Kindle Fire but continues to avoid other Android tablets

www.engadget.com
The HBO Go streaming app has been available on Android since it launched last year, however despite a steady flow of updates and even Android 4.0 support, until now it hasn't supported Android tablets. That changes today, however for now at least the only one on the list is...
HBO Go launches for Kindle Fire but continues to avoid other Android tablets

Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge - review

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Wii U; Nintendo; £44.99-£48Reading this on mobile? Click here to viewStreets Of Rage was an early-90s game in which you strolled through city streets laying waste to a steady flow of assailants via button mashing. Ninja Gaiden is its spiritual successor, and while the urban scenery and multiple attackers remain,...
Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge - review
Images, typography, and Batman make Quipio fun for everyone

Firefox teases something 'big' coming for Android next week

www.engadget.com
There's been a steady flow of betas for Firefox's Android offering and now the official Twitter account promises something "big" on the way next week, along with this image. The size declaration plus a lack of updated features (specifically Flash support) on tablets so far has us looking there...
Firefox teases something 'big' coming for Android next week

5 Questions To Ask Before Entering An Incubator

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Building a new company, at best, is organizing chaos. Business plans evolve, unexpected market challenges and opportunities are revealed, and a steady flow of new team members add to (or detract from) the mission. It's exciting, inspired, and full of small victories: the first customers who trust you, technology that...
5 Questions To Ask Before Entering An Incubator

Engadget Podcast 322: pre-CES special 01.07.2013

www.engadget.com
The Engadget crew has rolled into Las Vegas, but for now the gates to CES remain closed. That doesn't mean there isn't a lot to talk about. Whether it's the steady flow of pre-show hardware teases, or chewing over what this year's show will bring, Tim and Brian have...
Engadget Podcast 322: pre-CES special 01.07.2013
Microsoft Hotmail, Outlook problems crop up. Again.

How IT learned to stop worrying and start loving user experience

venturebeat.com
This story is part of a series exploring the themes of our upcoming, invitation-only Mobile Summit, April 1-2 in Sausalito, Calif. Explore more stories in the Mobile Summit Debate series. This is a guest post by Andrew Toy, the CEO of Enterproid. I recently had dinner with four IT...
How IT learned to stop worrying and start loving user experience
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