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Facebook Home May Not Be A Total Dud, But It's Certainly Not Doing That Well (FB, GOOG)

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Don't rush to too many conclusions on this, but Rich Greenfield at BTIG put together a chart looking at Facebook Home's ranking in the Google Play store. Home may not be a massive dud, but it's certainly not a hit. After peaking at #50 on April 19, it's started fading...
Facebook Home May Not Be A Total Dud, But It's Certainly Not Doing That Well (FB, GOOG)

Google Dances on Reader's Grave With the Launch of 'Keep'

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(Photo: Google) This morning, I logged on to my computer and looked for my Reader tab in my Google drop-down, and it was gone. All those years of devotion and suddenly the GOOG burying our history together. So you’ll have to excuse me if I don’t rush to embrace Google’s...
Google Dances on Reader's Grave With the Launch of 'Keep'
Apple's Price Cut Is A Symptom Of What's Wrong At The Company

Hollywood picks Kutcher to play Steve Jobs? We've got 5 better picks

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Dear Central Casting: You gave Ashton Kutcher the nod but don't rush to judgment finding the best Steve Jobs [Read more]...
Hollywood picks Kutcher to play Steve Jobs? We've got 5 better picks

Could tablets could outsell PCs by next year?

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At their current and expected growth rates, tablet computers are on pace to start outselling traditional form-factor PCs by the third quarter of 2013. The bold prediction comes from Horace Dediu, author of the always informative Asymco blog. Apple’s iPad will lead the way, with Android tablets following and Windows...
Could tablets could outsell PCs by next year?
ASUS launching a 4k 31.5-inch monitor - but don't expect to hook it up to your Mac just yet ...
Apple Files Patent For Tech That Would Let You Pay For Anything With Your Mobile Device (AAPL)
With Merrifield chip and LTE, Intel looks ready to compete in smartphones

Audiogalaxy acquired by Dropbox, announces end of streaming service

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One of Engadget's must-have Android apps of 2010 is about to make its exit -- soon Audiogalaxy will be no more. The music streaming app's team announced that it has been acquired by Dropbox and will be sunsetting the service during the transition. Rather than streaming music from an...
Audiogalaxy acquired by Dropbox, announces end of streaming service

Audi e-bike Wörthersee lets you pop wheelies eco-style, plays nice with your smartphone

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We're no stranger to e-bikes here, but most of the examples we've seen so far have very much been meant for A-to-B rides. Audi's aiming to fix that with its e-bike Wörthersee prototype. The carbon fiber transport not only has a strong 2.3kW motor -- the most powerful ever...
Audi e-bike Wörthersee lets you pop wheelies eco-style, plays nice with your smartphone

AdRoll Warns Against Betting Too Heavily On Facebook's Ad Exchange

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Retargeting company AdRoll has released some data today intended to suggest that advertisers shouldn’t rush too quickly to embrace Facebook Exchange (the ad retargeting service that the social network launched last year) — at least not at the expense of other forms of retargeting. That’s probably what you’d expect to...
AdRoll Warns Against Betting Too Heavily On Facebook's Ad Exchange
Advertisers Shouldn't Bet Too Heavily On Facebook's Ad Exchange

EU won't rush to any decisions on Google antitrust investigation

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The EU competition commissioner Joaquin Almunia says the case is "complex" and his office is in no hurry to decide if it should launch a formal antitrust complaint against Google. [Read more]...
EU won't rush to any decisions on Google antitrust investigation

Lib Dem opposition to communications data bill 'putting country at risk'

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In wake of Woolwich attack, Labour peers Lord West and Lord Reid lead calls for Nick Clegg to end resistance and revive billPolitical pressure is mounting to revive the communications data bill in the wake of the Woolwich attack, with Labour peers Lord West and Lord Reid leading calls for...
Lib Dem opposition to communications data bill 'putting country at risk'

A Google Engineer Is Teaching Hackers How To Break Microsoft's Software

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On Sunday, well-known Google security researcher Tavis Ormandy released code that teaches hackers how to crash or gain control over Windows. It's his latest move in a long-running skirmish he's had with the security folks in Redmond. He thinks they take too long to fix bugs that researchers like him...
A Google Engineer Is Teaching Hackers How To Break Microsoft's Software
Wall Street says 'meh' to Tim Cook's fireside chat, Apple stock falls another $11 a share

Halo 4 - how to win at online multiplayer

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Getting humiliated in the online multiplayer mode of Microsoft's latest sci-fi blaster? We show you how to stay alive and strike backHave you experienced a catastrophic loss of self-esteem in the past week? Does it have anything to do with video games? If it does, the chances are you have...
Halo 4 - how to win at online multiplayer

Startup Gives People What They've Always Wanted: Ads to Wipe Your Butt With

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(Photo: Duke.edu) Perhaps disgruntled Yammer CEO David Sacks was right. With so few good ideas out there to execute on, perhaps we really are in the twilight of Silicon Valley. And even if you do have a good idea, don’t even mention the M word (monetization, spoken in a whisper),...
Startup Gives People What They've Always Wanted: Ads to Wipe Your Butt With

What to do with your millions

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Shared by Bud (I'd like to have this problem) I think the author makes a good point. Beyond a certain point, money does not buy happiness. However, there's a lot of ways that not having enough money causes unhappiness. There's another "I just got a bunch of money, what do...
What to do with your millions

A Massive Amount of Facebook Shares Are Unlocking, and the Market Seems to Like It

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Mark Zuckerberg ringing Nasdaq’s opening bell on the day of Facebook’s IPO. (Photo: CBS) The total number of Facebook shares available is about to increase by almost double, and the market seems to like it. The stock price is up nearly 6 percent in the first minutes since the market...
A Massive Amount of Facebook Shares Are Unlocking, and the Market Seems to Like It
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