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T-Mobile slashes data roaming prices for EU

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Mobile phone provider bows to EU ruling to cut roaming charges and prevent UK holiday makers being hit with 'bill shock'T-Mobile has unveiled details of a market-leading tariff for consumers who want access to the internet through mobile phones while overseas, and announced plans that will prevent customers experiencing "bill...
T-Mobile slashes data roaming prices for EU

How Snapchat took over Yale

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Snapchat isn’t localized to high schools anymore. During the fall term, Snapchat use exploded amongst Yale undergrads. After viewing Snapchat’s rampant growth on Yale’s campus firsthand, I understand why Snapchat’s features are compelling, and why it’s growing so damn fast. Snapchat is growing fast In September, virtually no one...
How Snapchat took over Yale

'Cloak' protects Apple devices from snooping, developed by Microsoft vets

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One of our more interesting finds at last night’s gdgt live Seattle event was a service called ‘Cloak’ that protects Mac, iPhone and iPad users from having their data intercepted when using unsecure web sites over public WiFi networks such as those in many coffee shops. It’s developed by...
'Cloak' protects Apple devices from snooping, developed by Microsoft vets

Flikdate's New Mobile Live Video Dating Service Launches on iOS

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In May, we wrote about Flikdate, an innovative mobile video dating service that feels like a mix between Chatroulette and Match.com. The free app is now available in Apple’s App Store. Unlike most other video dating services, which focus on pre-recorded videos, Flikdate allows you to set up virtual mini-blind...
Flikdate's New Mobile Live Video Dating Service Launches on iOS

Crowdfunding Startup GoFundMe, Which Is Like KickStarter For The Rest Of Us, Is Pulling In $2 Million A Month

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Crowdfunding has become a big industry, as people are increasingly seeking ways to finance new creative projects and technology ideas. But one crowdfunding startup is focusing more on helping people raise money for personal needs, and is starting to process some serious funding in the meantime. That startup, called GoFundMe,...
Crowdfunding Startup GoFundMe, Which Is Like KickStarter For The Rest Of Us, Is Pulling In $2 Million A Month

Look out, kids: Windows 8 comes with a report card

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Here’s a Windows 8 feature that’s sure to spark lots of conversations around the dinner table. Gearing up for the “Release Preview” of the new operating system next month, Microsoft this week detailed its plans for Windows 8′s family safety settings. One of the features lets parents receive a weekly...
Look out, kids: Windows 8 comes with a report card

Apple promises contact consent, but what about time limits?

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Do we still put too much blind faith in big tech companies to do right by our personal information? That’s one fundamental question raised by the recent revelations that many popular online services and mobile apps have been storing personal address books on their servers without users knowing what was...
Apple promises contact consent, but what about time limits?

Flikdate Announces The World’s First Mobile Live Video Dating Service

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Until now, online and mobile video dating has mostly been about looking at video clips. Flikdate for iOS, however, is all about live video calls, making it feels more like a mix of Chatroulette and Match.com than the current crop of video dating services. The Flikdate team gave me a...
Flikdate Announces The World’s First Mobile Live Video Dating Service

How to return your gadget gifts without any runaround

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December may be the season of giving, but January is the season of returning. Unfortunately, returning that not-quite-right gift can be tricky. With so much shopping happening online these days, it isn't always clear where to turn--plus, you have to deal with packing, shipping, and other details. And if...
How to return your gadget gifts without any runaround

Boot up: WhatsApp privacy bust, iOS parents, H.265 comes closer, and more

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Plus Mayer's plans for Yahoo (redux), the challenge of Office365 for CIOs, AppleTV gets Bluetooth, Samsung's commission payments and moreA quick burst of 8 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamWhatsApp breaches privacy laws >> CBC NewsThe popular mobile messaging app WhatsApp breaches Canadian and...
Boot up: WhatsApp privacy bust, iOS parents, H.265 comes closer, and more
How ad agencies are a bottleneck in the video economy

COMING SOON: These Are The Best iOS Games Currently In Development (AAPL)

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The best iPad and iPhone games are yet to arrive. From revamped classic games to 100% original games, there's something here you're bound to find intriguing. Here's a collection of projects currently in development that have the most hype and anticipation surrounding them in the gaming community.Galactic Keep: Dice Battles...
COMING SOON: These Are The Best iOS Games Currently In Development (AAPL)

GeekWire Radio: Microsoft’s Windows Phone vs. our iPhones in an on-air speed test

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Microsoft's Ben Rudolph (Erynn Rose photo) Can the GeekWire guys avoid getting “Smoked by Windows Phone”? That’s the question this week as we welcome Ben Rudolph from Microsoft’s Windows Phone team to the studio to reprise the speed tests he started staging at the Consumer Electronics Show. We put our...
GeekWire Radio: Microsoft’s Windows Phone vs. our iPhones in an on-air speed test

How creative can you be in 5.9 seconds? BMW’s contest to win a car will find out

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I”m going to guess that there are probably thousands of contests that hit the web daily on a variety of platforms including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. However, this particular contest from BMW jumped out at me because the company is giving away a car and all you need to do...
How creative can you be in 5.9 seconds? BMW’s contest to win a car will find out
Groupon: Offering Deals With No Time Limits?

A Super Easy Way To Fix Email

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Email isn't the worst thing in the world. But it's pretty crappy. A lot of people have tried to fix it, and yet, here we are. Crappy email experiences rule the day. Personally, my big problem with email is that I want to read 5 messages out of every 100...
A Super Easy Way To Fix Email
California Apple vs. Samsung case judge rules that Samsung did not willfully infringe Apple's patents

Windows 8 'Family Safety' feature chaperones underage users through the World Wild Web

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It's not the tantalizing bit of Windows 8 bait you'd expect in the lead up to that revolutionary OS' official launch, but for a certain domestic segment, it'll do. As part and parcel of its Release Preview -- slated for a June bow-- Microsoft's making the busywork of keeping...
Windows 8 'Family Safety' feature chaperones underage users through the World Wild Web
Sega aims to make some crazy money with Crazy Taxi for iOS

How to enable Family Safety features in Windows 8

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The Internet? Kind of a cesspool. And as the parent of kids who are now old enough to operate a Web browser, you can bet I'm keen on checking their activities and filtering out the inappropriate content. Thankfully, Windows 8 offers some solid tools for doing just that. (Windows...
How to enable Family Safety features in Windows 8

Gears of War: Judgment - review

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Xbox 360, Microsoft, cert: 18With Bulletstorm developer People Can Fly taking over the reins for GOW: Judgment, the attendant scrutiny has ensured the team was keen to leave its mark on Epic's flagship franchise. And they have done: the resulting prequel to the Gears trilogy (starring Baird and Cole) offers...
Gears of War: Judgment - review

Judge Refuses To Hike Up $1.05 Billion Judgment For Apple In Its Patent Fight With Samsung

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- A federal judge late Tuesday rejected Apple Inc.'s demand to increase the $1.05 billion in damages a jury ordered Samsung Electronics Inc. to pay its fiercest rival in the smartphone market. U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh also rejected demands from both companies to conduct another trial...
Judge Refuses To Hike Up $1.05 Billion Judgment For Apple In Its Patent Fight With Samsung
Skydog Router Provides Powerful And Simple Cloud-Based Home Wireless Network Management

If You Think Monitoring Your Kids On Facebook Is Enough To Keep Them Safe Online, You Have No Clue

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Monitoring your kids on Facebook? That's so 2009. Explosion in social media gives kids options WASHINGTON (AP) -- After Friendster came MySpace. By the time Facebook dominated social media, parents had joined the party, too. But the online scene has changed -- dramatically, as it turns out -- and these...
If You Think Monitoring Your Kids On Facebook Is Enough To Keep Them Safe Online, You Have No Clue

Amazon Kindle FreeTime Unlimited launches, bundles kid-friendly media, menu for a fee

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We got a peek at Amazon's Kindle FreeTime during its press conference back in September, but now it's making the family-friendly feature part of a subscription package available across the family of Kindle Fire devices. More than just a submenu of video like the ones offered by Netflix and...
Amazon Kindle FreeTime Unlimited launches, bundles kid-friendly media, menu for a fee

Judge Says Samsung's Infringement of Apple Patents Not Willful, But Denies Bid For New Trial

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The judge overseeing the Apple-Samsung case in San Jose denied Apple’s contention that Samsung’s infringement of its patents was willful, but at the same time she also rejected Samsung’s bid for a new trial. In the ruling, Judge Lucy Koh said that jury’s $1 billion verdict was supported by the...
Judge Says Samsung's Infringement of Apple Patents Not Willful, But Denies Bid For New Trial

DIY Animation Platform PowToon Grabs $600K For Its Video Creation Software

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PowToon, an animation platform that lets anyone build marketing videos on the fly, is announcing having raised $600,000 in outside funding. The investment doesn’t come from traditional VC backing, but rather from Startup Minds, a newer L.A.-based accelerator with a non-traditional strategy where investments can range anywhere from $25,000 up to...
DIY Animation Platform PowToon Grabs $600K For Its Video Creation Software

Amazon's all-you-can-eat kids' Kindle content should scare competitors

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Amazon’s new unlimited digital offering for kids, Kindle FreeTime Unlimited, is a very ambitious program. For a set monthly price, families get unlimited access to ebooks, movies, TV shows, educational apps and games aimed at 3- to 8-year-olds. Kindle FreeTime Unlimited works only on the newest Kindle Fires as an...
Amazon's all-you-can-eat kids' Kindle content should scare competitors

OMGPOP Founder Charles Forman Made ‘Way More’ Than $22 M. in Sale to Zynga

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Mr. Forman (via twitter/charlesforman) The New York Times got a ticket to OMGPOP's after-acquisition party at the Bowery Hotel last week where they ran into the startup's founder, Charles Forman, who was in such a daze over the $180 million deal with Zynga that he walked into traffic. Mr. Forman,...
OMGPOP Founder Charles Forman Made ‘Way More’ Than $22 M. in Sale to Zynga
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