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Kim Dotcom prepares to unveil new Mega site

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Internet entrepreneur to launch successor to Megaupload at Auckland mansion raided last yearA year after Kim Dotcom's arrest and the taking down of his Megaupload file-storage site, the internet entrepreneur is preparing to unveil a successor cyber-locker site, and has renewed his attack on US prosecutors.In an interview with the...
Kim Dotcom prepares to unveil new Mega site

Check it out: Hulu's got a slick new website

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Hulu relaunched its website with a bold new look Tuesday night that replaces the traditional show grid with much larger artwork and a focus on personalization as well as popular shows and episodes. The new design will be rolled out to Hulu’s entire user base over the next few days,...
Check it out: Hulu's got a slick new website

The SOPA/PIPA Protest Shows Why There Needs To Be Complete Transparency With TPP

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Lawyer Jonathan Band has written up an execllent analysis for why what happened with SOPA/PIPA (pdf) demonstrates why the Obama administration and the USTR in particular must be significantly more transparent when it comes to TPP, the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement. TPP, of course, is the evil stepchild of ACTA. Rather...
The SOPA/PIPA Protest Shows Why There Needs To Be Complete Transparency With TPP

Twitter revamps its iPad app for expanded content, adds header photos and image streams

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Twitter's iPad app is sometimes the neglected stepchild of its mobile app family: newer features usually come to the Android and iPhone versions first and are handed down to the iPad later, if they come at all. The company is making amends for that in style with a major...
Twitter revamps its iPad app for expanded content, adds header photos and image streams
Hardware: Hardware, the Ugly Stepchild of Venture Capital, Is Having a Glamour Moment

Time Inc's historic brands hold out hope for rebirth as company crumbles

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As company spins off its magazine business, insiders and critics try to trace the downfall of a once-great US publishing empireTime was once the world's most influential magazine. Its founders virtually invented the modern news weekly and went on to become publishers of some of the most storied and popular...
Time Inc's historic brands hold out hope for rebirth as company crumbles
A publicist calls out the flacks and the hacks
Professor Facebook: Social Network Co-Designs New Course At General Assembly
Dmitri Grishin is like a Russian Elon Musk — He’s Got Big Ambitions for Real Problems
NFW: Adam Penenberg Joins PandoDaily as Editor

With In-App Purchases, has Amazon Improved its Relationship With Mobile Developers?

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A year into its life, the Amazon Appstore for Android is kind of like the quirky stepchild of the other major app stores. It is not directly tied to a platform, the way Apple's App Store or Google Play are, but it is distinctly different from other third-party app stores...
With In-App Purchases, has Amazon Improved its Relationship With Mobile Developers?

The SOPA/PIPA Protest Shows Why There Needs To Be Complete Transparency With TPP

www.techdirt.com
Lawyer Jonathan Band has written up an execllent analysis for why what happened with SOPA/PIPA (pdf) demonstrates why the Obama administration and the USTR in particular must be significantly more transparent when it comes to TPP, the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement. TPP, of course, is the evil stepchild of ACTA. Rather...
The SOPA/PIPA Protest Shows Why There Needs To Be Complete Transparency With TPP

FriendFeed cofounder: No plans to shut down the site

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Shared by louisgray What's the sound of one hand clapping? FriendFeed, a site where users can aggregate their social networks and communicate in real-time, has become something like a forgotten stepchild after Facebook acquired the company last year. As one of a dwindling number of users, I felt pretty confident...
FriendFeed cofounder: No plans to shut down the site

Has Wikileaks finally bitten off a secret too big?

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Wikileaks – the exposer of all things secret – has been in the news for a variety of reasons the past month or so starting with their appeal for help keeping the site open. No sooner than did they manage to meet a large portion of their operating cost...
Has Wikileaks finally bitten off a secret too big?

Has Wikileaks finally bitten off a secret too big?

www.inquisitr.com
Wikileaks – the exposer of all things secret – has been in the news for a variety of reasons the past month or so starting with their appeal for help keeping the site open. No sooner than did they manage to meet a large portion of their operating cost...
Has Wikileaks finally bitten off a secret too big?
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