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Tech Execs Took Tumblr-Style Selfies Before They Were Cool

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#GPOY (Photo: some genius at Digiday) Time for a little trip down memory lane! Digiday asked several ad-tech execs for high school snapshots, and Tumblr revenue consultant Rick Webb really delivered. He turned over this amazing proto-selfie, which wouldn't look out of place on your Dashboard today. Mr. Webb admitted to...
Tech Execs Took Tumblr-Style Selfies Before They Were Cool
MacAdvocate CD-ROM is a time capsule of Apple propaganda

Google Android booth at MWC 2012: smoothies, robots, slides, oh my! (video)

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Want a taste of Mobile World Congress whimsy? You've come to the right place. Like every year, Google's Android booth is the closest you'll get to experiencing Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory in real life here at Fira, and we're gonna take you on a tour. Join us as we...
Google Android booth at MWC 2012: smoothies, robots, slides, oh my! (video)

Watch: This beautiful short film about dreaming big will warm your heart

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Growing up can be tough, and it’s unfortunately all too easy to lose sight of your dreams. If you need a dose of inspiration and a trip down nostalgia lane, watch this “When I Grow Up” short film from The Academy. When I Grow Up from The Academy. Creator Colin Hesterly calls...
Watch: This beautiful short film about dreaming big will warm your heart

10 years of Linkedin homepage design boiled down to 11 slides

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LinkedIn is officially ten years old and much has changed to shape the way we network. One of the most notable things its 225 million members will probably find interesting is the ever-changing design of the LinkedIn homepage. Deep Nishar, the company’s Senior Vice President of Products and User Experience, published...
10 years of Linkedin homepage design boiled down to 11 slides

How to access your old 3.5-inch floppy disks

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Reader Kristie wrote in with this puzzler: "I just found a shoebox full of 3.5-inch disks. I think they were from my old digital camera, but I have no way of finding out because I no longer have a computer (or camera) that can read them. What can I...
How to access your old 3.5-inch floppy disks

Samsung Galaxy S III vs Galaxy S II and Galaxy S: meet the family

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If you don't know where you came from, you won't know where you're going. That's why we're stacking up Samsung's Galaxy S III against the S II and the Galaxy S to see how the range has come on in the three years it's existed. If you fancy a...
Samsung Galaxy S III vs Galaxy S II and Galaxy S: meet the family
The Vergecast 048 - September 27th, 2012
What Can You Search For On Facebook Graph Search?

Announcing our new podcast, BYOT: Bring Your Own Topic, launching on Monday!

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Assuming all goes well and we didn't just jinx ourselves, GamesBeat is launching its official podcast this coming Monday, August 13! We're calling the show BYOT: Bring Your Own Topic. Every other week, we're going to have three new guests on, and each will bring his or her own gaming-related...
Announcing our new podcast, BYOT: Bring Your Own Topic, launching on Monday!

Now showing: Older Tweets in search results

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Yesterday, we updated our Android, iOS and mobile web apps to make it easier for you to find relevant content when you’re on the go. We also started to roll out an additional update on our mobile apps as well as on twitter.com: you'll now be able to find older...
Now showing: Older Tweets in search results

A Trip Down Memory Lane: Facebook’s Private Years, 2004-2012

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With Facebook set to enter the public markets tomorrow, we took a trip through the archives to check out some of the stories about the company dating back to its earliest days....
A Trip Down Memory Lane: Facebook’s Private Years, 2004-2012
Apple Patents Intelligent Caller ID That Turns Inbound Communication Into A Contextual Trip Down Memory Lane

ASUS TAICHI shipments reportedly pushed to at least December

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'Tis the season for last-minute shipping updates, and not all of them justify some merrymaking. ASUS originally planned for its dual-screened TAICHI laptops to ship in November, but a company spokesperson tells PCWorld at the last minute that the Windows 8 showcase won't ship sooner than December, and could...
ASUS TAICHI shipments reportedly pushed to at least December

Rhapsody exec advises Spotify, Rdio: You're doing it wrong

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Jon Maples, Rhapsody VP of Product and Content, has some veteran advice for fellow music streaming competitors Spotify and Rdio: Stop making the same mistakes we did. In this blog post, Maples takes a trip down memory lane and discusses how Rhapsody put out costly advertisements from 2008-2010 that share similarities...
Rhapsody exec advises Spotify, Rdio: You're doing it wrong

Vizify offers free infographics all about you, makes you feel like a big shot

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Infographics. The stuff of high turnover websites and news channels, right? Well, yes, but now you can bring the same white space and pastel shades to your own internet footprint, courtesy of free infographic web app Vizify. It's still in its trial period for now, which means you'll have...
Vizify offers free infographics all about you, makes you feel like a big shot

Should Robots Get Rights?

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I've written before about robots when someone imagines them rising to the level of cognition. Usually these stories are filled with luddite fear of the coming robot apocalypse. This time, however, let's take a quick trip down a robotic philosophical rabbit hole. Computerworld has a story questioning whether or not...
Should Robots Get Rights?

A look at some amazing entertainment technology

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CBS CMO George Schweitzer takes a trip down memory lane at the Old Town Music Hall. [Read more]...
A look at some amazing entertainment technology

Behold! The Early-2000s iPad Prototype That Started It All

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Prototype 035: it sounds like a nail-biting action RPG but it’s actually one of the first iPad prototypes, built years before the iPhone, and laid by the wayside as Apple kept experimenting with new form factors. The iPad in question, according to a great bit of digging by NetworkWorld, is...
Behold! The Early-2000s iPad Prototype That Started It All

13 Cool Ways Brands Have Started To Use The Latest Social Media Craze, Vine

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Vine is a startup that was acquired by Twitter before it even launched. It's a mobile app that makes it easy to create and share animated GIFs. Since the acquisition was announced, a lot of people have started to play with the app, including a few big name brands and...
13 Cool Ways Brands Have Started To Use The Latest Social Media Craze, Vine

Android growing 250% year-on-year, with over 300 million total devices worldwide

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To coincide with Mobile World Congress, Google has announced its latest figures for the growth of the Android ecosystem. The company reports a year-on-year growth rate of more than 250%, with 850,000 new Android devices activated each day. Google says that this means that the total number of Android devices around...
Android growing 250% year-on-year, with over 300 million total devices worldwide

Foursquare's come a long way in 4 years: Look at its first prototype

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Sometimes it’s nice to stop and take stock of how far a service or app has come. Today’s trip down memory lane comes by way of Foursquare, which has posted screenshots of the first prototype of its location check-in service from four years ago today. Four years ago was a...
Foursquare's come a long way in 4 years: Look at its first prototype
Watch this: a history of hip-hop sampling video games
'You Chose Wrong' is an homage to the tragic missteps of 'Choose Your Own Adventure' stories

Thanks Google, It Only Took You Six Years

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Today’s launch of Google Drive, official at last, is kind of a relief. Internet rumors and reports have seen the industry discussing the possibility of a consumer-facing cloud storage service called “GDrive,” since as far back as 2006. Of course, then, the product in development was an internal-only tool used...
Thanks Google, It Only Took You Six Years

MESSAGE ON THE WALL: Private Facebook Messages Are Popping Up on Your Timeline

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WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON, MAN? (Photo: Tech Globex) Facebook users in the U.S. and European Union have begun reporting old private messages visible on their timelines. According to TechCrunch and multiple French publications, the newest messages are three years old and tagged as having been “Posted by friends.”...
MESSAGE ON THE WALL: Private Facebook Messages Are Popping Up on Your Timeline

We Didn't Know What We Had

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I sat next to Jim Cramer last night at a dinner put on by some mutual friends. I hadn't seen Jim in a while so it was a great opportunity to take a trip down memory lane. In 1996 or early 1997, my prior firm Flatiron Partners led the first...
We Didn't Know What We Had

Atari ports classic games to HTML5 for web and Windows 8, lets developers craft their own (video)

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Atari is big on nostalgia this year, but it hasn't had much in the way of software to reflect the trip down memory lane beyond the existing mobile apps. Its remedy to that shortfall is full of 2012 buzzwords. The new Atari Arcade includes modern takes on eight classic...
Atari ports classic games to HTML5 for web and Windows 8, lets developers craft their own (video)
Apple celebrates a decade of iTunes with in-app microsite
Find your 'Golden Tweet' and everything else of significance you Tweeted this year
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?