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The Engadget Podcast, live at 5:00PM ET!

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Hey! We're back! And this time out, Tim and Brian will be joined by the Darren Murph, the Engadget staff's foremost export on Nic Cage trivia. Follow along, after the break.Continue reading The Engadget Podcast, live at 5:00PM ET!The Engadget Podcast, live at 5:00PM ET! originally appeared on Engadget...
The Engadget Podcast, live at 5:00PM ET!

From Amazon's top data geek: data has got to be big -- and reproducible

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Much has been done to bring big data closer to the people who need it. The advent of public cloud infrastructure has decimated the cost of collecting, maintaining and processing vast amounts of data. The next frontier is making that data reproducible, said Matt Wood, principal data scientist for Amazon...
From Amazon's top data geek: data has got to be big -- and reproducible

Toptable Inks U.K. Restaurant-Booking Partnership With Yelp-Owned Reviews Site, Qype

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Another partnership for toptable: following deals last months with MyVoucherCodes and lastminute.com, the OpenTable-owned restaurant-booking service has inked a partnership with Yelp-acquired local reviews site Qype to provide real-time restaurant bookings for Qype.co.uk. The deal looks to be an extension of an existing partnership between toptable/OpenTable and Yelp, following the latter’s acquisition of Qype last month. The...
Toptable Inks U.K. Restaurant-Booking Partnership With Yelp-Owned Reviews Site, Qype

Live from the Engadget CES Stage: an interview with Sony's TV division

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It's time for Sony interview number two. As mentioned early, the company goes all out each CES, and this year is no different. This time out, we'll be chatting up a rep from the company's TV wing. January 10, 2013 4:30 PM EST Check out our full CES 2013...
Live from the Engadget CES Stage: an interview with Sony's TV division

Thoughts from Seth Godin

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Today’s Thoughts From interview is a real treat for me as I was honored to have one of my favorite bloggers and authors participate in this ongoing interview series.  Seth Godin almost needs no introduction, but here it is anyway. Seth Godin is: a celebrated author (Linchpin is his...
Thoughts from Seth Godin

Google's Inactive Account Manager secures your digital existence after you kick the bucket

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If you're worried about what will happen to your mounds of digital data when you pass away, Google has just announced a feature for keeping said libraries secure. The outfit's Inactive Account Manager allows users to set time out periods of three, six, nine or 12 months for inactivity...
Google's Inactive Account Manager secures your digital existence after you kick the bucket

From The Digital District To Silicon Valley

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While the Digital District (Washington, D.C.) has a startup community that is alive and well, it’s finally time that we move out to the San Francisco bay area. We began this effort by hiring a full-time writer, Raj Dash, out there a few weeks ago, but I’ve decided that it’s...
From The Digital District To Silicon Valley

Hamish McKenzie Joins the PandoDaily Team!

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I’ve been remiss in announcing some exiting news for us today: Hamish McKenzie has joined the Pando team as a full-time reporter. Hamish contributed this excellent guest post two weeks ago, and we were all blown away by the writing and analysis. He asked if we ever paid regular freelancers,...
Hamish McKenzie Joins the PandoDaily Team!

Nara adds a social layer to calculate group preferences with its restaurant recommendation engine

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Figuring out where to eat with a group may be a first world problem, but it’s still a problem. Invariably, someone will be really vocal with their preferences, while others will just acquiesce and go along with a decision. Restaurant recommendation engine Nara has just released a solution. The company’s...
Nara adds a social layer to calculate group preferences with its restaurant recommendation engine

The Engadget Interview: OUYA CEO Julie Uhrman on taking console concept to reality

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Oh, the fickle fate of a Kickstarter darling. Initial hopes and dreams culminate into a single video and a few pages of text on a website that can send your brilliant little idea careening down one of two paths. Path one is the lonely one, falling short of your...
The Engadget Interview: OUYA CEO Julie Uhrman on taking console concept to reality
Interview: Andrew Bird And The Concept Of Cultivated Precariousness

Friendster Founder Jonathan Abrams Is Back, and He Wants to Bring You Your Tech News

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Famous and successful tech entrepreneurs often seem to pride themselves on staying out of the fray of tech news and blogs. They don’t like to admit to taking time out of their busy lives to tune in for all the daily excitement (such as it is). Not Friendster founder Jonathan...
Friendster Founder Jonathan Abrams Is Back, and He Wants to Bring You Your Tech News
Rep. Darrell Issa introduces bill on Reddit that would prevent new internet laws for 2 years

57/365 Derrick! on video! Awesome. on Flickr ... He might not like that I posted this again but when I think of my time in L.A., it was made infintely better by this sweet, funny, intelligent man. I am grateful that my time out there brought him into my l

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57/365 Derrick! on video! Awesome. on Flickr ... He might not like that I posted this again but when I think of my time in L.A., it was made infintely better by this sweet, funny, intelligent man. I am grateful that my time out there brought him into my l

Facebook adds organ donation to Timeline Life Events

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In the off-chance you're among those bemoaning the limits of sharable personal information on Facebook, the social network has some good news. This time out, however, sharing is a bit more serious, potentially affecting the more than 114,000 people in the US alone who are waiting for an organ...
Facebook adds organ donation to Timeline Life Events

Seagate expects flood-related hard drive shortages to continue

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Seagate took some time out from its busy earnings reporting schedule to address supply concerns stemming from the recent devastating floods in Thailand. The storage manufacturer announced that hard drives supply will likely fall 150 million units short of demand by year's end. While Seagate's own factories weren't directly...
Seagate expects flood-related hard drive shortages to continue

RIM confirms BB10 standard screen resolutions for touch and keyboard devices

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RIM took some time out from its worldwide tour to confirm that it's standardizing screen resolutions for BB10. Tim Neil took to the company's developer blog to say that forthcoming full-touch devices will ship with 1,280 x 720 displays, while keyboard-style phones would pack 720 x 720 screens. The...
RIM confirms BB10 standard screen resolutions for touch and keyboard devices

Drift HD Ghost helmet cam available to pre-order today for $400

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Drift has updated its HD action camera to help you better document your Baumgartner-esque death defying acts. The Drift HD Ghost gets a two-inch LCD screen with a refreshed control setup and chunky, 1,700mAh battery. The company is boasting that audio on this new unit should be greatly improved...
Drift HD Ghost helmet cam available to pre-order today for $400

Tokyoflash launches the Kisai Maru watch, lets you live out your Tony Stark fantasies (video)

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It's that time of the week when Tokyoflash launches another one of its charming, barely-decipherable timepieces. Except, this time out, the face is eminently readable -- with the only baffling addition a ring that joins the minute and hour hands. While it's available in black and silver, the sienna...
Tokyoflash launches the Kisai Maru watch, lets you live out your Tony Stark fantasies (video)

Kobo Arc review: another 7-inch Android tablet steps into the ring

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More Info Kobo Arc tablet hands-on Kobo Vox review Kobo Glo review: another illuminated e-reader lights up the market Perhaps there's something to be said for setting the bar low -- at the very least, it leaves you with ample room to shine in the next round. That's where...
Kobo Arc review: another 7-inch Android tablet steps into the ring

Remembering

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While it is true that Memorial Day serves as the unofficial start of summer, we should remember that it is actually a day to remember our fallen service men and women. As we wrap up wars half way around the world and bring our soldiers home, we should take a...
Remembering

Live from the Engadget CES Stage: the Engadget Podcast with Jon Rettinger and Phil DeFranco

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Yes, friends, it's the penultimate Engadget CES podcast! This time out, Tim and Brian will be be joined by TechnoBuffalo's Jon Rettinger and YouTube superstar Phil DeFranco to discuss all of Wednesday's goings-on and play with some of the best toys the show has to offer. January 9, 2013...
Live from the Engadget CES Stage: the Engadget Podcast with Jon Rettinger and Phil DeFranco
Canabalt dev moves to the big time with Hunger Games iOS title

Reebok-CCM partnering on impact-sensing flexible sports cap, hopes to improve real-time injury analysis

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While the whack of two helmets might be an unavoidable part of some high intensity sports, knowing a little more about what's going on during those impacts can mean the difference between a time out, and time in hospital. Reebok-CCM Hockey and electronics form MC10 have just announced that...
Reebok-CCM partnering on impact-sensing flexible sports cap, hopes to improve real-time injury analysis

10 tips for mastering Microsoft Outlook 2013

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Keeping track of emails, calendars and contacts can suck untold time out of any workday. If you use Outlook, anything that speeds up your work can boost your productivity measurably. Imagine if your inbox only showed the messages you wanted to see. Consider if you could locate vital contact information...
10 tips for mastering Microsoft Outlook 2013
Obama CIO: Location, location, location (and personalization) will be key to next campaign

Give annoying Facebook friends an imaginary time-out

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Yes, there's an app for that. Defriendtion lets you call out over-sharers with a viral badge of dishonor on their walls. [Read more]...
Give annoying Facebook friends an imaginary time-out

Embracing adventure with our co-founder Boris at #TNW2013

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Organizing an event like The Next Web Conference is a monumental task that it comes with its usual share of pressures, pay-offs and unexpected moments. So how is Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten, co-founder of The Next Web, able to keep tabs on everything that’s happening while also providing space for...
Embracing adventure with our co-founder Boris at #TNW2013

On a mission from God — VentureBeat & DEMO heading to Chicago to find the best companies

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As our DEMO world tour rolls on, we continue to add more stops along the way.  Next up is Chicago where we’ll be on February 27. We know Chicago has turned into a hive of startup talent, so it seemed like the logical place to go to meet up-and-coming innovators....
On a mission from God — VentureBeat & DEMO heading to Chicago to find the best companies

Cartoon: What's a Time-out in 2010?

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As a parent (now there's a phrase you don't see here that often), I'm dazzled by the range of entertainment options my kids and I have. From the educational (I swear!) shows we have loaded up on PVR, to the educational (really!) kids' apps on my iPhone to the not-even-a-little-educational...
Cartoon: What's a Time-out in 2010?
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