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WordPress updates blog platform with a greater emphasis on photo sharing

Valve stays true to its word, opens Steam Linux beta seeking 1000 "experienced Linux users"

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Valve has a treat for some Linux gamers today after it began opening registrations for its Steam client on the open-source platform, staying true to its word that it would launch its gaming platform in beta before the end of October. In September, Valve confirmed that the external beta would include...
Valve stays true to its word, opens Steam Linux beta seeking 1000 "experienced Linux users"

Facebook adds threaded comments to API

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Facebook has added API support for its new commenting system that allows users and pages to reply to specific comments on a post. The social network last week made the new comments — with threaded conversations and a ranking algorithm meant to put the most relevant and high quality comments first...
Facebook adds threaded comments to API

Hear it out loud with VoxDox

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VoxDox is a new iOS and Android app from DnB. It’s available now as a free ad-supported download from the App Store and Google Play, and features additional in-app purchases to unlock services such as unlimited file conversions. This review is based on the iOS version, tested on an iPhone...
Hear it out loud with VoxDox

Users of soon-to-close Picplz can now download all their photos in bulk before September 3

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Users of soon-to-close Picplz will be spared the inconvenience of downloading each of their photos individually, after the soon to close app revealed it has built a dedicated archive to allow each user to access their images in bulk before September 4. Initially, the one time Instagram rival, which officially...
Users of soon-to-close Picplz can now download all their photos in bulk before September 3

Foursquare adds location filters to its iOS app, lets users instantly find the best place to check-in

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Foursquare has updated its iOS app today with a revamped filtering system that allows users to set additional parameters, such as price and number of previous check-ins, for all of their search queries. In the previous version of the app, tapping the search bar at the top of the screen...
Foursquare adds location filters to its iOS app, lets users instantly find the best place to check-in
Doxo Uses QR Codes To Bridge The Gap Between Paper Bills And Mobile Payments

Mozilla Releases Beta 2 Of Its Persona Authentication System

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Internet applications maker Mozilla is today announcing the ‘beta 2′ version of Persona, its Web-based authentication alternative to OpenID and other distributed login systems. New features include ‘Identity Bridging’, which essentially means that users can now log into Persona-supporting websites with their existing Web and email accounts. Mozilla hopes this...
Mozilla Releases Beta 2 Of Its Persona Authentication System
A New Roambi: Turn Your Biz Reports Into Sexy iPad Zines, Then Sell ‘Em In The App Store
Producteev's Social Task Manager Now Free And Enterprise-Ready As It Preps For Full Jive Integration Later This Year

Value pencils Steam Linux beta in for October as its plans gain further momentum

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Valve is pushing ahead with its plans to bring its games platform Steam to Linux and the publisher revealed that it will start testing the service in an external beta next month, but first it is going over things in-house and an internal beta will take place next week. The...
Value pencils Steam Linux beta in for October as its plans gain further momentum

The Guardian’s N0tice board opens to all, but can it carve a niche in the hyperlocal landscape?

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Back in October, The Guardian announced the trial of N0tice, the community notice board system that allows users to share news, post events and add images. The service is now open to everyone for sharing their local updates and hopes to strengthen ties within communities. The service had been in beta,...
The Guardian’s N0tice board opens to all, but can it carve a niche in the hyperlocal landscape?

Mention raises $800,000 to build a 'Google Alerts'-esque service for the social Web

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Web and social media monitoring app maker mention launched its service less than a year ago and has attracted more than 50,000 users from 46 countries so far. Today, the French company is announcing that it has closed a “flash seed round” – more on that later – to the...
Mention raises $800,000 to build a 'Google Alerts'-esque service for the social Web

Stateside Facebook Users Still Leaving the Curtains Open on Profiles

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For as much is discussed of our online identities in the digital era, you’d think we’d all be careful to keep our social network profiles in check. And yet a significant number of users aren’t as buttoned up as they probably should be. More specifically, I’m speaking of the 13...
Stateside Facebook Users Still Leaving the Curtains Open on Profiles

SimpleGeo introduces location-platform as foundation for new mobile services

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SimpleGeo is announcing a new platform this week as the foundation for new mobile apps that are location aware. The company says its platform is the simple way to create a low-cost location-aware services. The idea is to make life easy for developers who are creating location aware apps,...
SimpleGeo introduces location-platform as foundation for new mobile services

Behringer discloses Omni Link Airplay audio bridges

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Behringer is demonstrating the first-ever AirPlay system that allows users to combine new and legacy components into one IP-based wireless central command at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show. The Omni System features the Omni Amp receiver amplifier, Omni Link adapter, subwoofer, wireless speakers and AirPlay technology that enables consumers to...
Behringer discloses Omni Link Airplay audio bridges
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