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RT @JasonFalls Now THIS rocks. Help feed 49 million needy people! 10 states get trucks-o-food! - http://bit.ly/j5nfls

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RT @JasonFalls Now THIS rocks. Help feed 49 million needy people! 10 states get trucks-o-food! - http://bit.ly/j5nfls

360-Degree Trucks Make This Skateboard Ride Like a Surfboard [Video]

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Fixed skateboard trucks, no matter how loose, just can't flex enough to match the carving ability and dynamic movement of a surfboard. The SurfSkate's specially-designed front truck, however, lets you carve tarmac like swells in the Pacific. More »...
360-Degree Trucks Make This Skateboard Ride Like a Surfboard [Video]

Paramodel – Sushi trucks

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Paramodel – Sushi trucks

"PCs are going to be like trucks"

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"PCs are going to be like trucks": Chris Dixon: Steve Jobs in 2010:  "When we were an agrarian nation, all cars were trucks because that's what you needed on the farms. Cars became more popular as cities rose, and things like power steering and automatic transmission became popular. PCs are...
"PCs are going to be like trucks"

Uber Taste-Tests On-Demand Ice Cream Trucks

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News updates all day from Fast Company.Uber, the mobile app that lets you order private cars on-demand, is getting a little sweeter. Tomorrow, the company is test-driving a mini-fleet of ice cream trucks in seven cities across the country and in Toronto. Uber users, who can already order the service's...
Uber Taste-Tests On-Demand Ice Cream Trucks

TechCrunch Takes Over YouTube For A Day

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If you head over to YouTube right now, you may find that the videos on the homepage are significantly better than usual. Well, maybe not — but at least it’ll have a strong bias for startups, Silicon Valley, and the tech industry in general. That’s because YouTube has invited us to...
TechCrunch Takes Over YouTube For A Day

Google executives say technology can be harnessed to fight drug cartels in Mexico

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A couple of months ago we visited Juarez, Mexico, a city right across our border -- yet so far away. The scene was almost surreal: We got off the plane and were met on the tarmac by a convoy of armored cars and open-back trucks swarming with police. The officers...
Google executives say technology can be harnessed to fight drug cartels in Mexico

Apple's total device market share to grow from 10% to 14% - new forecast

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A forecast published today by market intelligence company Gartner suggests that Apple’s combined market share of mobile phones, tablets and PCs will grow from just under 10 percent to over 14 percent by 2014 - shipping almost 3m devices this year, and rising to over 3.5m next year. Gartner is predicting that...
Apple's total device market share to grow from 10% to 14% - new forecast

RT @idigg: Mexican Narco Cinema: Drugs, Murder, Trucks, & More Drugs http://bit.ly/bSNSKf #digg #news

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RT @idigg: Mexican Narco Cinema: Drugs, Murder, Trucks, & More Drugs http://bit.ly/bSNSKf #digg #news

Vancouver Finally Decides to Allow Street Food and Taco Trucks!

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Vancouver Finally Decides to Allow Street Food and Taco Trucks!
Ford Sync adds Rhapsody to its list of compatible music streaming apps

Guess Who Else Has Map App Issues Down Under?

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Looks like Apple isn’t the only mobile OS developer with a potentially “life-threatening” mapping application. Police in Colac, Australia, say an error in Google Maps has been directing oversize vehicles like trucks and tour buses down a one-way road that’s totally unsuitable for that sort of traffic. Said Sergeant Nick...
Guess Who Else Has Map App Issues Down Under?

Why People Pirate: The Story Of Avatar

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When I began thinking about writing this post, I wanted to start with the opening line "Remember Avatar?" Then I stopped, shook my head, and figured that such an opening line would be ridiculous. After all, Avatar is the highest worldwide grossing movie of all time. Despite everyone on the...
Why People Pirate: The Story Of Avatar
Traffic, Exploding Trucks, and Twitter as the New AM Radio
Gartner report shows PCs have peaked and may begin the long road to obscurity

Tablet-only publication The Daily closing up shop on December 15

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News Corp.'s iPad-only publication, The Daily, will be shuttered on December 15, 2012, almost two years after its public launch. News Corp. made the announcement on Monday morning as part of its organizational changes, referring to The Daily as a "bold experiment" that simply could not sustain itself. As...
Tablet-only publication The Daily closing up shop on December 15

Boeing trucks ahead with 8-wheeling laser weapon

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The defense contractor is ready to mount a 100-kilowatt solid-state laser on a big Oshkosh HEMTT vehicle. Then comes the real test. [Read more]...
Boeing trucks ahead with 8-wheeling laser weapon

Appy Entertainment’s free-to-play move boosted revenues by 150 percent

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Appy Entertainment’s decision to convert its game Trucks and Skulls from a $0.99 paid app to a free-to-play title boosted the game’s revenues by 150 percent, increased player retention and surprisingly, didn’t garner the company a single complaint from its previously paying customers. Appy Entertainment’s brand director, Paul O’Connor, revealed...
Appy Entertainment’s free-to-play move boosted revenues by 150 percent
Uber's on-demand ice cream truck visits The Verge

Crowdfunding Picks: Throw Trucks With Your Mind & Other Cool Control Interfaces

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For many, many years, we've talked about all kinds of business models, including ideas (and early attempts) at crowdfunding before "crowdfunding' was a word. Obviously, over the past couple years, Kickstarter has become "a thing," along with a number of other platforms, like IndieGogo, PledgeMusic and many more. On a...
Crowdfunding Picks: Throw Trucks With Your Mind & Other Cool Control Interfaces

Come drive a Tesla, see a storm-chasing tank, watch DJ Spooky perform and more at Expand!

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We're only two days out from Expand (get your tickets here -- or at the door this weekend!) and the trucks are arriving as we speak to transform historic Fort Mason into a gadget lover's hall of wonders. By now you already know we have an agenda you won't...
Come drive a Tesla, see a storm-chasing tank, watch DJ Spooky perform and more at Expand!

Join Us Live At 1PM Eastern/10AM Pacific For Apple's iPhone Announcement

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We, like most of the Internet, are waiting for Apple’s annual iPhone launch event where we expect to meet the new LTE iPhone 5, a new dock connector, and, if the rumors are true, a few new iPods. The scene you see above is a scrum of TV journalists and...
Join Us Live At 1PM Eastern/10AM Pacific For Apple's iPhone Announcement
Underground with the operation to restore data service to hurricane-drowned Lower Manhattan

LifeLock forks over $12M over lack of life-locking ability

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Identity theft prevention service LifeLock is not as pristine as its reputation claims after all. The company agreed to pay out $12 million to settle charges with the Federal Trade Commission and 35 states, which had said that LifeLock's identity-theft-prevention claims were false and that the company actually made...
LifeLock forks over $12M over lack of life-locking ability
US military seeking more autonomous robots and vehicles

John's Tumblr: Computers = Trucks

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John's Tumblr: Computers = Trucks: lilly: I picked up a phrase some time ago that I think applies: “The next big thing is always beneath contempt.” Implication being that it is, of course, until it isn’t. Until it’s too big to ignore. This has happened over and over again in...
John's Tumblr: Computers = Trucks

The FIOS trucks are out in force tonight. Re-wiring the matrix while you sleep. http://r2.ly/yh2x

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The FIOS trucks are out in force tonight. Re-wiring the matrix while you sleep. http://r2.ly/yh2x

Patent troll claims ownership of interactive Web—and might win

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The city of Tyler, Texas, is better known as the nation’s “rose capital” than as a hotspot of the technology industry. It’s a quiet, conservative city of about 100,000, full of wide streets and big trucks. This week, though, Tyler is the site of a remarkable battle over the...
Patent troll claims ownership of interactive Web—and might win
The rest of the Internet is too slow for Google Fiber

Just one hour to go until Apple's launch event, here's the scene in San Francisco

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What does the media queue for a major launch event look like? Picture the line in front of an Apple Store before any new product hits the shelves, add in a few hundred cameras and sat trucks, and there you go. Weather-wise, the scene is a bit dreary outside...
Just one hour to go until Apple's launch event, here's the scene in San Francisco
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