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Sony's PlayStation 2 finally goes gentle into that good night

Google Drive leaks suggest 5GB free storage, in-app document editing

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Mountain View has been leaking Google Drive details like a glacial trickle, but we still have no firm notion of how much free cloud storage it'll bring or just how deeply it'll be integrated with other services. There have been rumors of a Dropbox-like 2GB limit, but now a...
Google Drive leaks suggest 5GB free storage, in-app document editing

As Staff Flees, TechCrunch's Traffic Plummets

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TechCrunch, the long-time darling of the digerati, is smashed to bits and all of AOL’s horses and men will be hard-pressed to put it together again. The site has lost almost every one of its top writers and traffic has fallen sharply, dropping by 35 percent from a year...
As Staff Flees, TechCrunch's Traffic Plummets

Daily Report: Sean Parker's Start-up Struggles

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Airtime, the much-hyped video chat site created by Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning, the two behind the music sharing service Napster, has turned out to be far from a sure thing. The site is just four months old, and the staff is tweaking its features to make it more appealing....
Daily Report: Sean Parker's Start-up Struggles

LG reveals L7, L5, L3 ëL-Styleí smartphone series

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LG has continued with its pre-World Mobile Congress announcements, this time revealing the previously teased L-Style smartphone series. The L7 is a high-end smartphone that centers on a 4.3-inch widescreen display and the L5 is a mid-range device with a 4-inch display incorporating ëenhanced readabilityí. Both phones are among a...
LG reveals L7, L5, L3 ëL-Styleí smartphone series

ASUS PadFone gets benchmarked: a mere teaser of what's to come

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It was only last week that we learned of the varied battery life of ASUS' phone that would be a tablet that would be a laptop. Now, a further trickle of its performance might has passed our way, giving us insight into the real-world chops of its dual-core S4...
ASUS PadFone gets benchmarked: a mere teaser of what's to come
PlayStation 4: all you need on Sony's next generation hardware

Apple Wins Patents for the MacBook Pro, Trickle Sync Protocol and iTunes Prepaid Cards while the Late Steve Jobs is Credited for the iPod's Design

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The US Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of sixteen newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today. This morning's report covers patents ranging from Apple's MacBook Pro to their trickle sync protocol to their iTunes prepaid cards and finally to an iPod design that credits the late, great...
Apple Wins Patents for the MacBook Pro, Trickle Sync Protocol and iTunes Prepaid Cards while the Late Steve Jobs is Credited for the iPod's Design

Outlook Sees First Trickle of Social Stream

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Everybody is getting in the game. Google just announced Buzz, its social feed add-on to Gmail, last week and today Microsoft is bringing the feed to Outlook. Microsoft first announced its social media add-on, the Outlook Social Connector, last November but today begins the public beta period for LinkedIn for...
Outlook Sees First Trickle of Social Stream

BlackBerry Music Gateway streams audio over NFC and Bluetooth for RIM-made remote control

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It's not the QNX-based smartphone you've all been waiting for, but it should give crackberry devotees something to bop along to. Outed just one day before the company's showcase officially kicks off in Orlando, Waterloo's trotting out its BlackBerry Music Gateway: a car / home stereo accessory that pairs...
BlackBerry Music Gateway streams audio over NFC and Bluetooth for RIM-made remote control
These Are The International Social Networks Closing In On Facebook

After Six Years and Three Rejections, Magnify.net’s Steve Rosenbaum Gets a Patent for Video Discovery

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Mr. Rosebaum and patent. Looks like much-maligned U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is getting into the holiday spirit and trying to make entrepreneurs swoon. After six years, the agency has suddenly decided to give Steve Rosenbaum, founder and CEO of Magnify.net, the gift he's been waiting for—U.S. Patent No. 8,117,545,...
After Six Years and Three Rejections, Magnify.net’s Steve Rosenbaum Gets a Patent for Video Discovery

Report: Facebook caught sharing secret data with advertisers

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The privacy issues that have been hounding Facebook may be coming to a head. A report in the Wall Street Journal indicates that the Facebook, along with MySpace, Digg, and a handful of other social-networking sites, have been sharing users' personal data with advertisers without users' knowledge or consent....
Report: Facebook caught sharing secret data with advertisers

Ofcom mulls letting all UK carriers reuse spectrum for LTE

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British regulator Ofcom gave EE special license to reuse 1,800MHz spectrum for its fledgling LTE network; to put it mildly, that rubbed other carriers the wrong way. The agency may be more open to a level playing field, as it's proposing letting everyone follow a similar route, and then...
Ofcom mulls letting all UK carriers reuse spectrum for LTE

RIM's Chief Legal Officer is latest exec to leave the company

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The trickle of departures from RIM may turn into a flood in the coming weeks if recent reports are to be believed, but things aren't staying at a standstill in the interim. The company's Chief Legal Officer Karima Bawa has today become the latest top executive to leave RIM,...
RIM's Chief Legal Officer is latest exec to leave the company
Unannounced BlackBerry Z10 shown on video: is this your next touchscreen phone?

Google starts selling the Nexus 4 again in Germany, but other countries still left in the dark

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Google has started selling its popular Nexus 4 smartphone again in the Google Play Store, but only in one region – Germany. Spotted by The Verge, the sudden burst of stock follows heavy supply problems since the device was launched by the search giant last November. LG, which Google partnered...
Google starts selling the Nexus 4 again in Germany, but other countries still left in the dark

In Which We Investigate the Scene Outside of NASDAQ’s Times Square MarketSite

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Betabeat has the distinct pleasure of working a few blocks from the NASDAQ MarketSite, so we decided to venture over and see what the scene looked like on the day of the biggest-ever tech IPO. We arrived just as Facebook released its shares and watched the prices flash up and...
In Which We Investigate the Scene Outside of NASDAQ’s Times Square MarketSite

For "Glassholes" only: Google Glass's exclusion problem

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Since the first trickle of Google Glass hardware began filtering out to the general public, the company responsible for the heads-up display sent out a message to the world: “These are going to chosen ones, and the rest of you will have to wait.” Unfortunately, with more people poking, prodding,...
For "Glassholes" only: Google Glass's exclusion problem

CES: The phones have left the building

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Sorry folks, the phones have left CES--and it doesn't look like they'll be coming back. What was once a waterfall of shiny new handsets has turned into a pitiful trickle as phone manufacturers and carriers opt for mobile-only conferences and private events to launch their hot new devices. Pantech's...
CES: The phones have left the building

Amron Experimental 'Rinser Toothbrush' is back, now with more fountain (video)

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The original Rinser Toothbrush was a dental delight. Now, Amron Experimental has updated its classic "Brush & Rinse" for the modern mouth. So, what's new in 2012 for the revolutionary chomper-washer? First of all: Power Fountain. No more lowly trickle of water to chase, this time a proud stream...
Amron Experimental 'Rinser Toothbrush' is back, now with more fountain (video)

Art of Entrepreneurship: Who to Listen to and Why

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The art of entrepreneurship and the science of customer development is not just getting out of the building and listening to prospective customers. It's understanding who to listen to and why. I got a call from Satish, one of my ex-students last week. He got my attention when he said,...
Art of Entrepreneurship: Who to Listen to and Why

Twitter streaming API malfunction causing clients to stop displaying tweets and retweets

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An issue currently affecting the Twitter streaming API is causing third-party clients like Tweetbot, Osfoora and even official clients like Tweetdeck to stop displaying tweets and retweets. The issue appears to stem from Twitter’s user streams API, which these clients use to display streams of tweets. The problem began roughly...
Twitter streaming API malfunction causing clients to stop displaying tweets and retweets
How To Start Mining Bitcoins And Earning Real Money

First Major Talent Exit Following Facebook I.P.O.

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In what may be the first of a trickle of talent from Facebook, Bret Taylor, its chief technology officer, announced Friday he was leaving the company to create his own company. He did not say what he intends to do, but Mr. Taylor has been through this once before. He...
First Major Talent Exit Following Facebook I.P.O.

BlackBerry Music Gateway streams audio over Bluetooth, pairs with NFC for RIM-made remote control

www.engadget.com
It's not the QNX-based smartphone you've all been waiting for, but it should give crackberry devotees something to bop along to. Outed just one day before the company's showcase officially kicks off in Orlando, Waterloo's trotting out its BlackBerry Music Gateway: a car / home stereo accessory that pairs...
BlackBerry Music Gateway streams audio over Bluetooth, pairs with NFC for RIM-made remote control
Children's tablet maker suing Toys R Us over Tabeo design

Google Glass support page lists tech specs for camera, battery, audio and display

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The trickle of Google Glass details (they're shipping, the API is available and an Android companion app is live) has suddenly turned into a flood tonight, as 9to5Google points out a support page listing the device's technical specs. While we knew some bits about its capabilities (some of which...
Google Glass support page lists tech specs for camera, battery, audio and display
Kindle Fire nabs 33% of Android tablet market, Nexus 7 just 8%

What the startup world looks like from the outside

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The Stranger’s Paul Constant is clearly feeling a little cranky, and you might disagree with his perspective, but for anyone immersed in the startup world, his all-out rant about a startup event in Seattle this week is worth a read as an exercise in self-awareness. Yes, the portrayal might feel like a...
What the startup world looks like from the outside
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