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Zynga sues PyramidVille maker in trademark dispute

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Zynga, maker of FarmVille, CityVille and other popular social games,  has filed a trademark lawsuit against Kobojo, a startup based in France that makes a game called PyramidVille. Zynga says the game is being confused for one of its own, and the company asks the court to put a stop...
Zynga sues PyramidVille maker in trademark dispute

Placed Launches Placed Affiliate to Let Developers Monetize by Sharing App Location Data

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Seattle-based Placed is an analytics service that ties consumers’ smartphone behavior to brand insights, helping companies understand how their customers shop in retail locations, and showcasing to developers how users behave in their apps. Today the company is launching Placed Affiliate, a way for developers to make money by sharing information...
Placed Launches Placed Affiliate to Let Developers Monetize by Sharing App Location Data

Morning lowdown: New York Post, Jonah Lehrer, ESPN

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Some of the stories people are talking about this morning… Jonah Lehrer, self-borrowing and the problem with “big ideas” (paidContent) New York Post pivots on iPad strategy, dropping paywall (Forbes) Is Cue the cure for information overload? (Bloomberg Businessweek) Bing ties Yellow Pages for most accurate local data (Search Engine...
Morning lowdown: New York Post, Jonah Lehrer, ESPN

Five reasons Microsoft Lync 2013 matters

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Lync 2013 has a variety of benefits that businesses can take advantage of to make internal and external communications more effective and efficient. Lync, which comes bundled with Office 365 business subscriptions, is Microsoft's server platform for unified communications. In a former life, it went by the longer, but more...
Five reasons Microsoft Lync 2013 matters

Two Chinese Schools Said to Be Tied to Online Attacks

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Experts in the United States connected the intrusions into Google and other corporations to computers at a top Chinese university and a school with ties to China’s military....
Two Chinese Schools Said to Be Tied to Online Attacks
Teens flock to YouTube for music consumption over iTunes and other mediums

ZTE USA's CEO: US investigation report is actually good for us

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You may think that Lixin Cheng, the top banana at ZTE's USA division since June 2010, has had a tough time facing strong accusations since October regarding its ties with the Chinese government and its lack of transparency, but at MWC yesterday, the CEO told us that the investigation...
ZTE USA's CEO: US investigation report is actually good for us

Instant messaging: Yahoo cutting ties to Microsoft

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In a blog post late Friday, the Yahoo Messenger team announced that it’s cutting several features from the instant-messaging service as part of the broader attempt to bring new focus to the company. One of the features that will be going away is interoperability with Microsoft’s Windows Live Messenger. The...
Instant messaging: Yahoo cutting ties to Microsoft
Iran claims to have produced and deployed UAV based on captured US ScanEagle drone
New deal between Redbox, Warner Bros. reinstates 28-day waiting period on all rentals
Even Will Wright's PowerPoint slides are fascinating
Wrong turn: Apple's buggy iOS 6 maps lead to widespread complaints

Ruckus Ties Up With Sprint to Offer Better Wi-Fi for Schools and Businesses

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Ruckus Wireless said on Monday that it is working with Sprint’s custom networking group to offer its suite of “Smart Wi-Fi” products to schools, governments and businesses. Sprint will sell Ruckus’ products and services alongside its own lineup of in-building wireless options....
Ruckus Ties Up With Sprint to Offer Better Wi-Fi for Schools and Businesses

Samsung will sue Apple immediately if it releases an LTE device, allegedly partnering with Microsoft to cut dependency on Android

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Samsung's recent loss in court might have triggered some interesting processes inside the company pushing it to develop closer ties with Microsoft......
Samsung will sue Apple immediately if it releases an LTE device, allegedly partnering with Microsoft to cut dependency on Android

SearchCap: The Day In Search, June 19, 2012

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Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. From Search Engine Land: Bing Ties Yellow Pages Sites For Most Accurate Local Data In April I wrote about a local data accuracy study preformed by a company called Implied...
SearchCap: The Day In Search, June 19, 2012

Manage a happy household with Chorma

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Chorma is an iOS app from independent developer Stephen Bennett. It’s available now as a free download from the App Store. Chorma builds on the concept of collaborative listmaking and ties it in with an everyday theme that everyone can relate to — household chores. The app is designed to...
Manage a happy household with Chorma

"[P]resentation ties user experience to core values of librarianship & offers suggestions for going forward." @mstephens7 http://j.mp/ayrtsA

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"[P]resentation ties user experience to core values of librarianship & offers suggestions for going forward." @mstephens7 http://j.mp/ayrtsA
10gen Raises $42M to Expand MongoDB, Its Open Source Database Software

Fujitsu Ex-President Loses Suit Against Company

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Fujitsu former President Kuniaki Nozoe lost a lawsuit that said the company forced him to resign on false accusations of possible ties to organized crime. He plans to appeal....
Fujitsu Ex-President Loses Suit Against Company

Sprint May Soon Cut Ties With LightSquared

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Sprint may cut ties with billionaire Philip Falcone's LightSquared as soon as mid-month as the wireless start-up has struggled to get regulatory approval to operate a planned nationwide fourth-generation mobile-broadband network....
Sprint May Soon Cut Ties With LightSquared

Sprint Officially Cuts Ties with LightSquared

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With LightSquared unable to launch its 4G wireless network over interference concerns, Sprint has officially ended its deal with the company. “Sprint has been and continues to be supportive of LightSquared’s business plans and appreciates the company’s efforts to find a resolution to the interference issues impacting its ability to...
Sprint Officially Cuts Ties with LightSquared

Gauss: Researchers release detection tools

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After announcing the discovery of a new malicious software that targets financial data, researchers have created new, Web-based tools that let anyone check if they've been infected. The new malware, Gauss, shows ties to previous state-sponsored viruses Flame and Stuxnet, but targets financial data. Those viruses were aimed at computers...
Gauss: Researchers release detection tools
Glimpse makes Like buttons useful, ties them to price alerts

Verizon's Viewdini appears on iOS: works on any network, hunts video from 11 sources

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The Viewdini streaming metasearch service launched a few months ago for Verizon's 4G LTE-laden Android hardware, and now it's finally available on iDevices. While the droid app is exclusive to those with a 4G plan on Big Red's network, anything running iOS 4.3 and up can now make use...
Verizon's Viewdini appears on iOS: works on any network, hunts video from 11 sources

Chinese Hacker Behind Google Attack Found

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U.S. authorities have tracked down the hacker who wrote the code behind the attacks on Google last month. The man is a freelance security consultant with ties to the Chinese government and military. The Chinese government had access to his work, although the man stated he "would rather not have...
Chinese Hacker Behind Google Attack Found

Samsung's JK Shin: there's 'lackluster demand' for Windows-based phones, tablets

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You don't need to be Captain Subtext to understand that a few manufacturers (and developers) aren't best pleased with Microsoft's latest mobile products. The latest to damn Redmond with faint praise is Samsung's newly-minted Co-CEO, JK Shin, who told The Wall Street Journal that demand for Windows-based phones and...
Samsung's JK Shin: there's 'lackluster demand' for Windows-based phones, tablets

Facebook and Zynga loosen ties

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Zynga.com is no longer an extension of the Facebook platform, according to an SEC document filed today. Originally, Zynga’s games platform featured an extremely deep integration with the Facebook platform that appeared to be born of the developer’s privileged relationship with Facebook. Zynga.com previously supported Facebook ads and Facebook payments...
Facebook and Zynga loosen ties
Huawei says profits increased by 33 percent in 2012, despite US security concerns

New Mac Trojan hints at ties to high-priced commercial hacking toolkit

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French security firm Intego discovered a new Mac Trojan horse this week that is being used to target specific individuals....
New Mac Trojan hints at ties to high-priced commercial hacking toolkit

JOB OF THE WEEK: Chief Risk Officer

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Check out the Business Insider Jobs section >> As part of our new partnership with SimplyHired.com, each week we'll feature one of the awesome jobs advertised on the Business Insider jobs board. Chief Risk Officer Sageworks New York, NY Why it’s cool: Sageworks is a leading financial technology and data company that...
JOB OF THE WEEK: Chief Risk Officer
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