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A little while ago, I hacked together a "Stuff I...

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A little while ago, I hacked together a "Stuff I Like" area at the bottom of this blog. A lot of Tumblr themes have this option, but even more don't seem to take advantage of that data, which surprises me. I love the "Like" data because it ends up being...
A little while ago, I hacked together a "Stuff I...

Inbox backerupper Dropmyemail adds Dropbox-style attachment management

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Email backup service Dropmyemail has taken on the challenge of helping better manage attachments within inboxes through the introduction of a Dropbox-style file management system. The new addition to the service — which is operated by Singapore-based backup specialist Dropmysite — includes an ‘attachments’ feature that allows users to handle adding files...
Inbox backerupper Dropmyemail adds Dropbox-style attachment management

This week’s headlines from across Inside Network

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A roundup of all the news Inside Network brought you between June 18 and 22. Inside Mobile Apps Tracking the convergence of mobile apps, social platforms and virtual goods. Monday, June 18 Mutually-assured destruction in WarGames: WOPR for iOS and Android Clones, rabid expectations and overhauls — NimbleBit on the...
This week’s headlines from across Inside Network

Here comes Redfin 3.0 … and more price increases

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Redfin today announced a “massive upgrade” of its real estate service, one which CEO Glenn Kelman notes in a blog post will ensure that customers will have a “one-on-one relationship” with an individual agent throughout the entire home buying process. As part of the changes, Redfin has added more than 50...
Here comes Redfin 3.0 … and more price increases

Larry Page talks Google's fragile influence on Motorola

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This past year Google decidedly purchased Motorola not only for their extensive patent portfolio, but their track record in the mobile industry – and this week Google’s CEO Larry Page has given more insight as to what hardware will be influenced due to this next-generation team-up. In an interview with...
Larry Page talks Google's fragile influence on Motorola

Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman: Rebate cuts do not signal imminent IPO filing

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Glenn Kelman (Randy Stewart photo) Redfin announced a plan today to cut rebates to home buyers substantially, a move that made me wonder if the Seattle real estate company was looking to juice revenues in anticipation of a possible IPO filing. After all, Zillow’s stock performance in recent months has...
Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman: Rebate cuts do not signal imminent IPO filing

Teradata gets into the in-memory biz to take on SAP's HANA

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Data analytics veteran Teradata will not let the new era of data-analysis architectures pass it by without a fight. It has already built products to address massive data volumes and Hadoop, and on Wednesday it announced an in-memory database technology to answer the industry’s latest call. Speed is the driving...
Teradata gets into the in-memory biz to take on SAP's HANA

Short Squeeze? Why Facebook's Stock Went Up Instead Of Down On Nov. 14

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Wednesday, a pool of about 800 million Facebook shares were set free as the next tier of restrictions on insider selling of the company's stock expired - but even those disgruntled Winklevii didn't cash out. While many observers expected the worst, and indeed plenty of short sellers bet on it,...
Short Squeeze? Why Facebook's Stock Went Up Instead Of Down On Nov. 14
Apigee goes free up to 3.5M API calls per month
AT&T should be investigated for ‘fraudulent’ data policies, public interest group says
Hive security camera recruits your friends, family to make home protection a group effort
PassBan adds a new level of security to your smartphone
SanDisk launches new Extreme II SSD, gives way to all-time lows for current memory products

Is 'Pirate DRM' Really the Best Response to Bulk DMCA Takedowns?

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The file-sharing world is a multi-headed beast but not just in the traditional ‘hydra’ sense. The most visible elements are the public torrent sites like The Pirate Bay, KickassTorrents and any of the others from the current Top 10. Generally (censorship efforts aside) these sites can be accessed by just...
Is 'Pirate DRM' Really the Best Response to Bulk DMCA Takedowns?

This week’s headlines from across Inside Network

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A roundup of all the news Inside Network brought you between June 18 and 22. Inside Mobile Apps Tracking the convergence of mobile apps, social platforms and virtual goods. Monday, June 18 Mutually-assured destruction in WarGames: WOPR for iOS and Android Clones, rabid expectations and overhauls — NimbleBit on the...
This week’s headlines from across Inside Network

Amazon simplifies revenue split from paid apps, drops two-tiered system

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Amazon is simplifying how it shares revenue with developers of paid apps in its store. As of July 1, developers will earn 70 percent of the list price of every paid app sold in the Amazon Appstore. The move brings Amazon’s payments policy in line with the 70/30 revenue split...
Amazon simplifies revenue split from paid apps, drops two-tiered system

Sprint to charge $15 for number change starting June 10, still free via Sprint.com

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A new tiered system for Sprint's Total Equipment Protection plan? Herp. Charging customers $15 to change their Sprint phone number? Derp. Sprint's decision to start charging moolah come June 10 when changing phone numbers via a Sprint store or Care call representative likely won't sit well with some folks....
Sprint to charge $15 for number change starting June 10, still free via Sprint.com

Introducing The Next Web’s Pay-To-View. A paywall we think you’ll like.

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Ever since The Next Web started taking the idea of digital publishing seriously, one of the things that we knew that we’d eventually run into was a question of how to monetize the content using something that was more effective than simple display advertising. In the past year, we’ve seen...
Introducing The Next Web’s Pay-To-View. A paywall we think you’ll like.

Tiered system reportedly on its way to Sprint's Total Equipment Protection plans

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We'll likely never know what's driving this purported move, but we can safely imagine it has something to do with the cost of high-end devices like that Galaxy Nexus or HTC EVO 4G LTE. Either way, a recent report by the folks over at TechnoBuffalo suggests Sprint is about...
Tiered system reportedly on its way to Sprint's Total Equipment Protection plans
PayPal announces new pricing model, creates suit of online, offline, mobile products
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