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Boot up: Viewdle bought?, iOS maps' Downfall, spam text fines, Notch v Win 8 and more

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Plus is the PC over?, hard drive shipments began ramping up again, suggestions for Stuxnet origins and moreA quick burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamAugmented Reality + Facial Recognition >> Viewdle®Viewdle's best-in class computer vision technology showcases the power of your...
Boot up: Viewdle bought?, iOS maps' Downfall, spam text fines, Notch v Win 8 and more

Boot up: Facebook Home, Apple loses patent plea, Windows Phone failure, and more

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Plus Google explains why it's forking WebKit (plus: translation), the soaring price of Apple's new build, and moreA burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamFacebook Home >> FacebookYou may be seeing a lot more of this.Apple's slide-to-unlock patent invalidated in Germany (decision...
Boot up: Facebook Home, Apple loses patent plea, Windows Phone failure, and more

Boot up: iWatch confirmed?, Surface in demand, Spotify on WinPhone and more

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Plus the router feature that could let it be pwned, Flash at risk (again), motherboards on the market and moreA quick burst of 12 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamDisruptions: Apple is said to be developing a curved-glass smart watch >> NYTimes.comIn its headquarters...
Boot up: iWatch confirmed?, Surface in demand, Spotify on WinPhone and more

Boot up: netbook chowder, tablet truths, comment stats, ZTE's newest and more

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Plus Chinese iPad mini demand, use Android on the Mac?, why The Next Web discontinued its Android mag, the big data hype and moreA Happy New Year burst of 10 links for you to celebrate your hangover with, as picked by the Technology teamTablet Market Update: December 2012 >> Chitika...
Boot up: netbook chowder, tablet truths, comment stats, ZTE's newest and more

Boot up: Q10 hands-on, Asus Transformer 2 review, Google opens patents, and more

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Plus Google Reader post-mortem, Apple's password dependency, are Bitcoin systems the next currency?, and moreA burst of 13 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamGoogle Reader and other customer tragedies >> Hal's (Im)Perfect VisionHal Berenson: From a business standpoint why should Google have kept Reader...
Boot up: Q10 hands-on, Asus Transformer 2 review, Google opens patents, and more

Boot up: Surface connectors, BlackBerry sales, Pebble ships, tablet printing and more

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Plus no, the FCC isn't offering free Wi-Fi, the truth about Google+ and the Super Bowl (again), Samsung invests, and moreA quick burst of 8 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamWhat are the new connectors on the bottom of the Surface Pro for? >>...
Boot up: Surface connectors, BlackBerry sales, Pebble ships, tablet printing and more

Boot up: Android piracy explanations, Windows Phone satisfaction, Samsung v Apple and more

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Plus China's mobile broadband outnumber fixed, Windows 8 seen by Gartner, BB10 getting its own Siri?, calculating Marissa Mayer's pay and moreA burst of 10 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamCustomer satisfaction with Windows smart phones rise by 18% >> Amplified Analytics BlogAndroid shows...
Boot up: Android piracy explanations, Windows Phone satisfaction, Samsung v Apple and more

Boot up: Java Bitcoin malware, Apple and Motorola slapped, Ballmer's big bet and more

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Plus Samsung half-billion goal, what emails does a dormant account receives in nine years?, iPad forecasts and moreA burst of 10 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamJava applet attack wipes out Bitcoin accounts on Mt.Gox >> TechCrunchJohn Biggs details a phishing site that grabs...
Boot up: Java Bitcoin malware, Apple and Motorola slapped, Ballmer's big bet and more

Today's Scuttlebot: EBay Twinkies and Obama's Engineers

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The technology reporters and editors of The New York Times scour the Web for important and peculiar items. Friday's selection includes WordPress agreeing to accept a virtual currency, some very expensive Twinkies offered for sale on eBay and a look at the technology team that helped President Obama get re-elected....
Today's Scuttlebot: EBay Twinkies and Obama's Engineers

Boot up: Facebook's next phone, BlackBerry R10?, RPS on sexism and more

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Plus Z10 v Xperia Z, why Bitcoin isn't a currrency (but is a medium of exchange), Microsoft hits at Facebook and moreA burst of 10 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamHome turf >> Apple OutsiderMatt Drance (who used to work at Apple): While the...
Boot up: Facebook's next phone, BlackBerry R10?, RPS on sexism and more

Boot up: Instagram v Vine, Playbook woes, Microsoft v BSkyB, and more

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Plus Firefox's new logo, are handsets heading for a 'black summer'?, the problem in San Francisco and moreA burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamA week after Instagram's video launch, Vine sharing tanks on Twitter >> MarketingLandIt's now been a full week...
Boot up: Instagram v Vine, Playbook woes, Microsoft v BSkyB, and more

Boot up: app price woes, Syria traffic stops, Prenda Law phasered, and more

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Plus Nokia's new China boss, first-quarter Windows 8 PC sales analysed, Google Glass positive and negative, and moreA burst of 10 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamApps are too cheap >> Dave AddeyAddey is behind the UK Train Times, Qi and Malcolm Tucker apps:...
Boot up: app price woes, Syria traffic stops, Prenda Law phasered, and more

Boot up: Facebook countersues Yahoo over patents, Nokia Lumia 900 reviews, and more

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Plus Instagram makes its Android debut, and is Facebook suing a TechCrunch commenter?A quick burst of 7 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamFacebook Threatens To Sue TechCrunch Commenter >> TechCrunchSeems fairly innocuous. Stratton tells us he received a four-page letter via FedEx on April...
Boot up: Facebook countersues Yahoo over patents, Nokia Lumia 900 reviews, and more

Boot up: Path's spam burst, the curly smartphone, Galaxy S4 v iPhone 5 (redux)

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Plus Jawbone tries BodyMedia for size, the endless meme of the 'smaller iPhone', original iPhone approaches obsolescence, and moreA burst of 8 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamThe antisocial network: Path texts my entire phonebook at 6am >> Branded3Stephen Kenwright: 6am: When I rolled...
Boot up: Path's spam burst, the curly smartphone, Galaxy S4 v iPhone 5 (redux)

Boot up: Amazon's music cloud, RIM looks to Microsoft, jetpack avoidance and more

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Plus make your own karaoke!, how impressive are iPhone 5 sales really?, the zero-day business and moreA quick burst of 10 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamAmazon Cloud Player launches in parts of Europe >> Fast CompanyCloud Player, Amazon's music storage system, has made...
Boot up: Amazon's music cloud, RIM looks to Microsoft, jetpack avoidance and more

Boot up: Apple's fingerprint buy, Toshiba's RT bust, RIM woos carriers and more

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Plus IT hassles over council tax, Zenbook's zen-like teardown, why you should stop publishing web pages and moreA quick burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamIT firms fear council tax benefit collapse >> 24dash.comMeanwhile, back in the back office... The cabinet member...
Boot up: Apple's fingerprint buy, Toshiba's RT bust, RIM woos carriers and more

Boot up: The Wikipedia vandalism police, Apple analysts, and more

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Plus the three phases of owning a computer, and Apple's last quarter in chartsA quick burst of 6 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamAnalysts just can't get Apple right, it's too innovative >> Fast CompanyHere are some of the most-quoted Apple analysts: Gene Munster,...
Boot up: The Wikipedia vandalism police, Apple analysts, and more

Boot up: Evi saved?, improving Android, making money, the patent mess and more

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Plus be careful what you link to, the Android radar and moreA quick burst of 7 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamSources: Apple not pulling Evi app, working with developers to avoid confusion >> The VergeDespite what True Knowledge told TechCrunch, the app remains...
Boot up: Evi saved?, improving Android, making money, the patent mess and more

Boot up: is Google good for Asus?, Chromebook pricing, the iPad mini retina tradeoff and more

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Plus more insider talk on Sinofsky's departure, who the Surface was built for, Windows 95 tips (not quite) and moreA quick burst of 10 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamCommentary: Is it a blessing for Asustek to have Google backing? >> DigitimesDoes Google treat...
Boot up: is Google good for Asus?, Chromebook pricing, the iPad mini retina tradeoff and more

Boot up: Chumby dies, does Facebook need a browser?, Oracle v Google recaps and more

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Plus what people search for when they search for porn, tweetbombs and attention, Google kills more products and moreA quick burst of 10 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamChumby no more: employees at Technicolor, technology waiting to be sold >> The VergeThe Chumby widget...
Boot up: Chumby dies, does Facebook need a browser?, Oracle v Google recaps and more

Boot up: Mega's encryption, Jobs's thief jailed, open data catalogued, HTC's M7?, and more

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Plus Croydon gets techie, the man behind Stephen Hawking's voice, Atari's US bankruptcy, the LookRobot guy goes to Nintendo's girl gaming event, and moreA quick burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamMoore's Law won't kill passwords >> Light Blue TouchpaperJoseph Bonneau, at...
Boot up: Mega's encryption, Jobs's thief jailed, open data catalogued, HTC's M7?, and more

Boot up: Do Not Track off rails, 48-core smartphones?, Gmail tops and more

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Plus Apple gets cored in the Court of Appeal, Telegraph paywalls, presidential sites leaking personal info and moreA quick burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamThanks Microsoft! Do Not Track is effectively dead on arrival >> EconsultancyDNT was, of course, never going...
Boot up: Do Not Track off rails, 48-core smartphones?, Gmail tops and more

It's Time for an Internal Memo: Dibble Takes Over All Tech at Yahoo

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Even though he is interim CEO, Ross Levinsohn just made a significant change in Yahoo’s tech organization, putting David Dibble in charge of both central technology and core platforms. Previously, Dibble had been running technology and operations. The move puts everything from Yahoo’s vast databases to its infrastructure that...
It's Time for an Internal Memo: Dibble Takes Over All Tech at Yahoo

Boot up: Google 'tracked iPhones', why Mac OS X Mountain Lion's Gatekeeper is important, and more

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Plus Apple is granted patent on slide to unlock 'even though it existed two years before they invented it'A quick burst of 10 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamGoogle Tracked iPhones, Bypassing Apple Browser Privacy Settings - WSJ.comGoogle apparently disabled the code when contacted...
Boot up: Google 'tracked iPhones', why Mac OS X Mountain Lion's Gatekeeper is important, and more

Boot up: Twitter admits messing up over NBC Olympics tweets, Apple vs Samsung turns feisty, and more

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Plus Microsoft launches Outlook.com, and insider trading lawsuits hit ZyngaA quick burst of 5 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamOur approach to Trust & Safety and private information >> Twitter BlogA big moment for Twitter: That said, we want to apologize for the part...
Boot up: Twitter admits messing up over NBC Olympics tweets, Apple vs Samsung turns feisty, and more

Boot up: Habbo Hotel, latest on Google Street View Wi-Fi case, Ping to die and more

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Plus those Microsoft lyrics explained, Verizon whacks moderate data users in the US and moreA (delayed; apologies) quick burst of 7 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamShould your child play in Habbo Hotel? >> Channel 4 NewsExclusive: a Channel 4 News investigation uncovers shocking...
Boot up: Habbo Hotel, latest on Google Street View Wi-Fi case, Ping to die and more

Boot up: LCD TV shipments fall, is Android@Home?, Apple's new patent, Google's map u-turn and more

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Plus Microsoft v the FSF's donate page, new RIM rumours, demonstrating patentable software and moreA quick burst of 10 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamLCD TV shipments decline for first time ever >> CNNGot an LCD TV? Apparently, so does the rest of the...
Boot up: LCD TV shipments fall, is Android@Home?, Apple's new patent, Google's map u-turn and more

Boot up: Security firm backtracks on Android malware claims, Facebook's $3bn mystery, and more

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Plus Windows Phone 8 feature list, and Henry Blodget asks: is Facebook worth $100bn?A quick burst of 8 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamSymantec recants Android malware claims >> ComputerworldFollowing from last week...Symantec has backtracked from assertions last week that 13 Android apps distributed...
Boot up: Security firm backtracks on Android malware claims, Facebook's $3bn mystery, and more

Boot up: Kindle Fire hype?, iPhone 5 blueprints, Hillsborough and tech, and more

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Plus 0xCharlie joins Twitter, voice control for ultrabooks, ITC clears Apple of Samsung charge, how to save NFC and moreA quick burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamHacking legend Charlie Miller signs on with Twitter >> V3.co.ukLegendary hacker and security reacher Charlie...
Boot up: Kindle Fire hype?, iPhone 5 blueprints, Hillsborough and tech, and more

Delivery.com Acquires Online Laundry Services Startup Brinkmat To Expand Beyond Food Deliveries

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Delivery.com, the New York City-based company whose technology platform lets local merchants easily provide e-commerce and delivery services, has acquired Brinkmat, a startup also based in New York that’s built an online scheduling and ordering platform for local laundry and dry cleaning businesses. In a phone call this week, Delivery.com...
Delivery.com Acquires Online Laundry Services Startup Brinkmat To Expand Beyond Food Deliveries
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