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7 Ergonomic iPad Accessories to Save Your Neck

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Recently, a Harvard study revealed that tablet users are more likely to experience a a strain on their shoulders, necks and backs–even more so than laptop and PC users. Thus, the slightly ridiculous-sounding neologisms “iPad Shoulder” and “iPad Neck” were coined to describe the condition. But while the terminology initially...
7 Ergonomic iPad Accessories to Save Your Neck

Wacom announces Cintiq 22HD pen display, we go hands-on (video)

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Oh, to sit in a darkened room all day and get paid to do art. No phone calls, no stress, and no technology except for a PC and a brand new $1,999 Wacom Cintiq 22HD tablet display (and maybe also a pair of equally German Beyerdynamics). Alas, only our...
Wacom announces Cintiq 22HD pen display, we go hands-on (video)

How to Have a Great Life and a Great Business

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Check out this free 31-page PDF report called How to Have a Great Life and a Great Business (Especially if You’re Not the “Business” Type). It not only ties together the themes we’ve touched on so far in the Lateral Action Entrepreneur series, but also delivers practical ideas on...
How to Have a Great Life and a Great Business

Samsung Galaxy S III gets benchmarked, shows plenty of promise

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We're here on the floor at the Samsung Galaxy S III launch and we've just managed to get some alone time with the unit to get some benchmarks. Now, let's stress that the handset is a pre-production model, so we can't take these as gospel truth, but it's a...
Samsung Galaxy S III gets benchmarked, shows plenty of promise

Apple updates the iPad’s 30-pin dock connector cable to be tougher and thinner

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A small detail on the accessories that come with the new iPad. The 30-pin dock connector cable that comes with the new iPad has a slightly different design from the older cables that come with the iPhone and previous iPad models. The cable has been made slightly thinner in circumference,...
Apple updates the iPad’s 30-pin dock connector cable to be tougher and thinner

'Pinterest stress' not just for Moms?

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Almost half of women get stressed out trying to live up to the standards set on social media. "Pinterest stress" is also a problem in the home of Crave writer Eric Mack, but not for the woman of the house. [Read more]...
'Pinterest stress' not just for Moms?
Evernote’s contact list app Hello comes to Android, gets LinkedIn integration

Wall Street Beat: Vendors stress caution on financials

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A range of tech vendors including Cisco Systems, Silicon Graphics International, BMC Software and CA Technologies this week reported quarterly earnings that had some solid numbers, but a cautious outlook for the rest of the year is spooking market watchers....
Wall Street Beat: Vendors stress caution on financials

Tumblr Now Allows Instant 100MB Video Uploads [Tumblr]

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Tumblr, the fast and sleek way to start and maintain a no-stress blog, just added a direct video upload option, giving users 100 MB of space per clip to post to their tumblogs. That's not new or stunning, but once your ( H.264, MP4, or AAC) video has been...
Tumblr Now Allows Instant 100MB Video Uploads [Tumblr]

Is your blog chasing numbers or dollars?

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If you think about it, Twitter can get you in trouble sometimes.You are cranky, it's been a long day, you need to vent. So you write a nice stress-relieving post to your blog. Totally out of character with what you normally write, but you need the release.And wouldn't you know...
Is your blog chasing numbers or dollars?

You Are What You Make: Founders Become Their Startups

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Mike Greenfield use to have a cushy, corporate life. He was hired by PayPal at age 22 into a stress-free role. Then he moved to LinkedIn where he had a slightly more "exasperating" but still a not-so-stressful job. When he founded a company, Circle of Moms, everything changed. He changed....
You Are What You Make: Founders Become Their Startups

Software Engineer Vs. Lumberjack: Who Has The Best Job?

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Maybe software engineers don't have their own TV reality show or their own song, but they do have high pay and less stress. Software engineering was named the No. 1 best job of 2012, according to a list compiled by CareerCast.com. Lumberjacks have the worst job in 2012. Software engineers...
Software Engineer Vs. Lumberjack: Who Has The Best Job?

RT @markmadsen: If you're having a stressful day at the office, searching Youtube for "office stress" usually pays off: http://ow.ly/1oUM8

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RT @markmadsen: If you're having a stressful day at the office, searching Youtube for "office stress" usually pays off: http://ow.ly/1oUM8

Apple's Tim Cook: Rumors of single iPhone component order cuts are 'impossible to interpret'

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During Apple’s Q1 2013 earnings call, CEO Tim Cook took a moment to address the rumors of iPhone component cuts which caused some consternation recently. Though he said he didn’t want to address specific rumors, he did say that basing judgements on a single data point of cut component orders...
Apple's Tim Cook: Rumors of single iPhone component order cuts are 'impossible to interpret'

Changes Afoot for Smartphone Batteries

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While mobile phones are becoming ever smarter, the batteries that power them aren't. New technologies to be unveiled next week could take some of the stress out of recharging....
Changes Afoot for Smartphone Batteries

12 Security Resolutions for 2013

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Among your typical New Year's resolutions--lose weight, stop smoking, be happier--you should consider making some pledges to better secure your digital life. You might even be healthier if you can prevent the stress of a digital disaster, like malware wiping out your PC, having your online accounts hacked, or...
12 Security Resolutions for 2013

Investors Unperturbed by Google CEO Larry Page's Health Trouble

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Google revealed yesterday that CEO Larry Page had lost his voice and was expected to miss his upcoming public obligations, including next week’s I/O developer conference and the company’s next quarterly earnings call, which is usually held halfway through July. Investors don’t seem to be too shaken up by the...
Investors Unperturbed by Google CEO Larry Page's Health Trouble

The 404 1,268: Where we buy beats behind bars (podcast)

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Today we'll report a handful of stories, including a study of the "lost boy" generation and the Machinima network, NSA's secret Google tricks, "Pinterest Stress" affecting your Mom, and the music business in American prisons. [Read more]...
The 404 1,268: Where we buy beats behind bars (podcast)

Dwolla goes after your kid's lunch money: Integrates payment solution with Iowa school district

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Yes parents, popular payments solution and PayPal competitor Dwolla is going after your kid’s lunch money — but not maliciously, of course. Dwolla has announced a new, unexpected partnership with a school district in Iowa, allowing parents and guardians to make online payments towards their child’s lunch account. So far, this integration has...
Dwolla goes after your kid's lunch money: Integrates payment solution with Iowa school district

Wall Street Beat: Vendors Stress Caution on Financials

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A range of tech vendors including Cisco Systems, Silicon Graphics International, BMC Software and CA Technologies this week reported quarterly earnings that had......
Wall Street Beat: Vendors Stress Caution on Financials

Warning: mobile apps can lose you customers, Forrester says

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Forrester has warned companies that if they don't properly invest in a mobile application strategy, other companies with convenient and useful applications will attract customers to their services. In a report entitled 'The business impact of mobile engagement', Forrester says businesses that can "create a mobile app that offers...
Warning: mobile apps can lose you customers, Forrester says

Why Evernote's Hello App Is Different on iPhone and Android

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Evernote's Hello app for iPhone and Android devices helps you remember people you meet. But here's the rub: Each platform offers different features. In fact, the Android version, released today, leapfrogs the older iPhone app with a bunch of cool goodies. Why not give the iPhone the same love? Evernote...
Why Evernote's Hello App Is Different on iPhone and Android
Entrepreneurs: Stop participating in hackathons just to win them

I'd Be More Relaxed Not Sticking My Hand Inside This Mysterious Massager [Massager]

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This reflexology massager promises to reduce stress and discomfort from prolonged typing, but I'd be a little hesitant about sticking my hand inside its mysterious dark opening. Five fingers go in, but who knows how many will come out? More »...
I'd Be More Relaxed Not Sticking My Hand Inside This Mysterious Massager [Massager]
Apple's opening statement: Samsung said iPhone was 'easy to copy'

How to Wean Yourself Off Picnik

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The last collage the author will ever make in Picnik. Picnik, the web-based photo-editing tool, is kind of retro. The service has been around since 2007, when Mashable wrote that "online photo editing is now a Picnik." The service is user-friendly, basic and intuitive, and it became very popular, despite...
How to Wean Yourself Off Picnik

Apple's iTunes U Tops One Billion Downloads

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This marks "a phenomenal shift in the way we teach and learn," says Apple SVP Eddy Cue. iTunes U has reached the billion-download milestone. The news was announced this morning by Apple, and Eddy Cue, the senior vice president of Internet Software and Services, called it "inspiring." "With the...
Apple's iTunes U Tops One Billion Downloads
British scientists create power-harvesting knee brace
Honda moves into robotic lawnmower market with Miimo

Facebook says new program to automatically share data ‘has nothing to do’ with ads

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Tucked into Facebook’s new proposed privacy policy released yesterday was a paragraph saying the social network will automatically share your data with special “pre-approved” partners when you visit their sites. But no partners were listed, nor was there any detail given on how these partners would be chosen. I talked...
Facebook says new program to automatically share data ‘has nothing to do’ with ads
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