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Several Inches Of Flooding Already On Battery Park Boardwalk In Manhattan

Tech Still One Step Ahead: New Service Downloads Torrents Directly To Dropbox

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Every time some sort of file sharing service is shut down or someone else is arrested, we hear the regular crew of supporters of the existing copyright regime declare victory. But, every time, people just shift to some other service and move on. None of it leads people to suddenly...
Tech Still One Step Ahead: New Service Downloads Torrents Directly To Dropbox
Google and Apple gain, RIM loses in latest comScore smartphone survey
Android 4.0 download now available for Droid RAZR and RAZR Maxx

What To Do When Attacked by Pirates

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If you were attacked by pirates, who would you want by your side? A loyal horde of head bangers, gangstas and hard-core punks? Or a brainy clutch of bookish types? I’d generally advise you to go with the former group. But it turns out that in the swashbuckling arena of...
What To Do When Attacked by Pirates
Mayor Bloomberg says surveillance drones are inevitable in NYC: 'get used to it'

DailyDirt: Epic Fail In Advertising

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There are numerous ways to piss off customers. Most companies make mistakes from time to time in advertising, but every so often, there are mistakes so egregious that people just can't look away. Sometimes bad publicity is still publicity, but here are some train-wreck examples. Some advertisers are rushing to...
DailyDirt: Epic Fail In Advertising

The UC tide

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Many companies haven't bothered to flesh out their unified communications strategies because 1) it can be hard to calculate ROI, and 2) the deployment effort is often daunting given so much custom work is required to piece together the various components that make up an integrated UC system....
The UC tide

Android this week: HTC One arrives; TweetDeck gone soon; Galaxy Note 8.0 impresses

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The big HTC One launch date came and went this week, with two carriers selling the phone in stores on Friday. The Android handset is HTC’s flagship phone that has much riding on its success: HTC is hoping this hero can turn the tide of falling sales and revenue over...
Android this week: HTC One arrives; TweetDeck gone soon; Galaxy Note 8.0 impresses
Hurricane Track Has Shifted South, But Major Flooding Still Expected In New York And New England

Japanese court rules Samsung infringed on Apple's 'rubber-band' patent

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Apple has chalked up another victory in its ongoing patent battle with its rival Samsung, as Reuters reports today that a Tokyo court ruled the Korean company had infringed on Apple’s so-called “rubber band” patent on older models of its smartphones. This comes soon after Apple apparently received good news from...
Japanese court rules Samsung infringed on Apple's 'rubber-band' patent

Online ad spending up 18 percent from a year ago, hits $9.26B in Q3

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In 2012, publishers worried about how to make money from the growing tide of audiences who are consuming media on mobile devices. No clear answers have emerged to the mobile morass but the good news is that the overall online ad pie is growing rapidly. According to the to Interactive...
Online ad spending up 18 percent from a year ago, hits $9.26B in Q3
Admitted file-swapper begs Supreme Court for help
KAYAK: iOS Usage Is 3X Android Usage (GOOG, AAPL)

Tablet sales to climb 28 percent to $64B this year, ABI says

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The research firm says "the tide is definitely turning toward Android-based tablets," with Samsung and others continuing to erode Apple's early success in the market. [Read more]...
Tablet sales to climb 28 percent to $64B this year, ABI says

Mobile & The Disintermediation Of Traditional Search

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2012 is the year of mobile. Or is it 2013? Or maybe it was supposed to be 2011. Regardless of the calendar year that we’ll end up attributing the explosion of growth to, the mobile tide has been on the rise for some time. This past April, the Interactive Advertising...
Mobile & The Disintermediation Of Traditional Search

Pinterest tackles copyright fears

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Social network Pinterest attempts to stem a tide of copyrighted content concerns with a new blocking tool for concerned rights holders....
Pinterest tackles copyright fears

9 Things Microsoft Does Right

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M$: Short for Microsoft, used to imply Microsoft cares more for money than it does for security, stability, and anything else that could make a good Operating System." - Urban Dictionary, 2004. "Microsoft sucks." Too many times, the conversation stops there. Yes, Microsoft gets plenty of criticism, much of it...
9 Things Microsoft Does Right

Bohemian Rhapsody Video Taken Down Again, This Time By The Drunk Guy Himself

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Well, this is a fun twist. We just wrote about the story of now-world-famous drunk guy Robert Wilkinson, his poor Freddy Mercury impersonation, and the resulting takedown and reinstatement of the video by EMI. Now a commenter points us to the fact that the video has been taken down again,...
Bohemian Rhapsody Video Taken Down Again, This Time By The Drunk Guy Himself
Apple continues to dominate tablet market, Kindle Fire demand fizzles

Rosetta Stone Acquires Livemocha to Decipher the Cloud

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Language learning company Rosetta Stone Inc. Tuesday announced it has acquired Seattle-based Livemocha for $8.5 million in cash. The transaction closed Monday. While Rosetta Stone has made its mark selling language courses through CDs offered at iconic yellow kiosks in malls and airports around the world, Livemocha’s language courses are...
Rosetta Stone Acquires Livemocha to Decipher the Cloud
Droid RAZR Maxx Cut To $199 At Verizon Wireless, Source Says RAZR Price Cut To Follow

Windows 8 failing to stem post-PC tide, analyst says

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One of the top Wall Street analysts following Microsoft notes in a research report that Windows 8 is not catching on with consumers, calling the operating system's attempt to bridge tablet and PC functions "awkward." [Read more]...
Windows 8 failing to stem post-PC tide, analyst says

Press+: Publishers are charging more for digital content and offering less free

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RR Donnelley’s Press+, which helps more than 400 publishers offer metered paywalls and manage digital subscriptions, says its clients are charging more for monthly subscriptions while offering fewer articles for free. “What we’re seeing is a tide sweeping through the industry of publishers lowering their meters and moving to prices that...
Press+: Publishers are charging more for digital content and offering less free

Nintendo stems the tide of losses with strong 3DS sales

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Nintendo has stemmed the tide of losses, by bucking analysts predictions in recording a loss only half as large as expected, reports Reuters. Its first quarter results (pdf) rebounded somewhat on the back of aggressive pricing on its 3DS hand held gaming console, which doubled its sales. The company also...
Nintendo stems the tide of losses with strong 3DS sales

The Financial Times predicts more digital subscribers than it sells print copies by end of year

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By the end of the year, the Financial Times could have more digital subscribers than it sells print copies, FT.com‘s managing director Rob Grimshaw predicted this week during an on-stage interview with NewsCred‘s CEO Shafqat Islam as part of the Internet Week New York. According to Grimshaw, who has been heading the newspaper’s digital...
The Financial Times predicts more digital subscribers than it sells print copies by end of year

Watch how Google captures the Canadian Arctic with its Street View Trekker backpack (Video)

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Google has been constantly updating its Maps and Google Earth apps with new Street View imagery in recent months. Earlier this month it began rolling out new imagery for famous mountains including Kilimanjaro and Everest, and now Google’s Street View team is hitting Northern Canada for the first time...
Watch how Google captures the Canadian Arctic with its Street View Trekker backpack (Video)

ComScore: Android's US market share passes 50 percent, BlackBerry OS and WP7 slide

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Another month, another round of ComScore's US mobile studies. For the three-month average period ending in February 2012, 234 million Americans age 13 and older were found to be using mobile devices, with Samsung having its products in the hands of 25.6 percent of the American mobile market. Behind...
ComScore: Android's US market share passes 50 percent, BlackBerry OS and WP7 slide

uTorrent Listens To Reddit After Backlash Over Toolbar Installer

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Apparently everything is available for free on the web these days. Music, movies, TV shows, games – you name it – it’s all just a click away. New business models must be found, the tide is way too strong to hold back, the genie is out of the bottle. It’s...
uTorrent Listens To Reddit After Backlash Over Toolbar Installer
Porsche Design P'9981 BlackBerry review
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?