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Nikkei, Reuters claim Panasonic may quit European cellphones after its second bruising

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Once bitten, twice shy. Panasonic backed out of the European cellphone market in 2005 and gave it a second chance with its Eluga smartphone this spring, but both Nikkei and Reuters hear that the company is already considering its second withdrawal. A tough economy and a presently successful cost-cutting...
Nikkei, Reuters claim Panasonic may quit European cellphones after its second bruising

Six Future Uses for NFC: More than Just Mobile Payments

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NFC has been lauded as the technology that will take mobile payments mainstream. But the truth is NFC is good for so much more. Here's a look at a handful of innovative ways NFC will be used in the future by businesses, marketers, governments and consumers....
Six Future Uses for NFC: More than Just Mobile Payments

iPhone Users More Likely to Tell Truth Via Text, Study Says

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The results were surprising even to the researchers who conducted the study....
iPhone Users More Likely to Tell Truth Via Text, Study Says
UK's ITV denies warning Apple away from iTV name

Jury: forgetting to log off gives "tacit authorization" for snooping

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When Wayne Rogers, a New Jersey teacher, sat down in his school's computer lab to check his email, he bumped the mouse of the computer next to him. The screen on the adjacent computer came on, and Rogers saw that one of his colleagues, Linda Marcus, had left herself logged...
Jury: forgetting to log off gives "tacit authorization" for snooping

Coming Soon From Amazon: Kindle Towering Inferno

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Here’s another report to add to the chorus of predictions that Amazon is gearing up to launch a larger version of its Kindle Fire tablet. The occasionally reliable Digitimes claims that Foxconn has won the contract for a new 10-inch Fire and is expected to begin shipping the devices in...
Coming Soon From Amazon: Kindle Towering Inferno

The complicated history of simple scientific facts

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This story originally ran November 30, 2009.Sometimes, even as a person pisses you off, they make a point that you can't ignore. In a recent forum discussion that I was involved in, scientists were accused of making pronouncements from on high. The argument was that scientists jump to a conclusion...
The complicated history of simple scientific facts

Last night LivingSocial's pneumonia took a turn for the worse

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We’ve said it before: If Groupon has the flu; LivingSocial has pneumonia. And both cases look a lot worse after last night. I’m really not trying to beat up on LivingSocial’s CEO Tim O’Shaugnessy. But the rosy picture he tried to paint for employees last week is looking even...
Last night LivingSocial's pneumonia took a turn for the worse

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Pandora buys FM radio station to lower royalty rates for streaming music

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Pandora has complained for years that royalties for internet-only radio stations are too steep. It may have found an end run around the problem, however: it just bought an FM radio station in South Dakota. The company's Chris Harrison argues that the deal will make ASCAP and music labels...
Pandora buys FM radio station to lower royalty rates for streaming music
Teacher subjects third-graders to lie detector test with bogus smartphone app

Engagement Ain’t Nothing But A Number

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The headline calls attention to everything that’s wrong with how businesses measure engagement in social media today. Businesses that invest any level of marketing resources in networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and the like (get it?) are being groomed to focus on soft metrics instead of the relevant activity...
Engagement Ain’t Nothing But A Number

How Best Buy's PR Crisis Turned Into A 'Months-Long Bloodletting'

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Best Buy screwed up, and it has experienced a slow, but brutal over the past few months. Or, as Gil Rudawsky at PR Daily so eloquently put it, a "months-long bloodletting." The negative exposure for Best Buy in relation to former CEO Brian Dunn's scandal has been relentless, as headlines constantly pound...
How Best Buy's PR Crisis Turned Into A 'Months-Long Bloodletting'
Amazon's finger-friendly website redesign rolls out

Look, This Is What It Comes Down To

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The old press is still having the same conversation about the new press: objectivity! Here’s the latest by the L.A. Times, titled Are Silicon Valley tech bloggers truly objective? This can (and has) gone on and on and on. I argue that there’s no such thing as objectivity, and that...
Look, This Is What It Comes Down To

Cybersecurity Executive Order Actually Respects Some Privacy; So Do We Actually Need CISPA Any More?

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Exactly as predicted yesterday, President Obama talked about cybersecurity in last night's State of the Union address, including his plan to sign an executive order on cybersecurity. What's a bit surprising is that the executive order... is actually pretty reasonable. Unlike some earlier drafts, it appears that the White House...
Cybersecurity Executive Order Actually Respects Some Privacy; So Do We Actually Need CISPA Any More?

The fantastic truth of Calvin and Hobbes

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The fantastic truth of Calvin and Hobbes

Soccer Fans Celebrating

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Oh, no! Another goal! Someone, please call the fire brigade! It might sound like exaggerating, but it actually isn’t that far from truth. Soccer fans are very passionate and they are well known for throwing great parties that aren’t always very safe. Many of them end up by calling the...
Soccer Fans Celebrating
Dropbox remains unfazed by rival services, quadruples to 100 million users over the last year
‘Anonymous’ plans bigger and more serious attacks on Chinese government

Why Big Data Is Not Truth

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Don't let the rhetoric fool you, a Microsoft researcher says: Big Data is a human tool, which means it is subject to all kinds of miscollection, misapplication and abuse. While it is being promoted as a kind of data-driven truth, it is not and it poses a threat to privacy....
Why Big Data Is Not Truth

Apple's Lead Designer Jony Ive: 'Our Goal Isn't to Make Money' (AAPL)

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Apple's lead designer Jony Ive gave a speech at the British Embassy's Creative Summit, and Wired was on hand to pick up some of what he was talking about. Here are his best lines: "We are really pleased with our revenues but our goal isn't to make money. It sounds...
Apple's Lead Designer Jony Ive: 'Our Goal Isn't to Make Money' (AAPL)
In The Age Of Cloud Music, The iPod Nano Endures -- But For How Long?

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Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth Get Local News Time

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Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth Get Local News Time

Viacom Releases More Google Lawsuit Documents

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Viacom has just released new documents in their Google lawsuit that they claim present a smoking gun against the search giant.Viacom claims that the documents released today, “make clear one of our core claims in the case: that Google made a deliberate, calculated business decision not only to profit from...
Viacom Releases More Google Lawsuit Documents

Bits, Features, and Truth

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Bits, Features, and Truth

How A Blogger Made $10,449 Per Hour

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As a reader of my site, you know that I am quite open about this fact: Blogs don’t make money. Businesses make money. And businesses sell things. Seems pretty simple, but most bloggers just fail to comprehend this one. They’ll chase the Adsense fairy for any loose change. To illustrate...
How A Blogger Made $10,449 Per Hour

How Twitter Knows So Much About You Before You've Even Signed Up

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If you've been on Twitter for years, like many people in the tech and business world, it's easy to forget what it was like signing up and using it for the first time. The truth is that learning to use Twitter was really hard back then, and many new users...
How Twitter Knows So Much About You Before You've Even Signed Up
Zuck gets his first ever patent - on privacy
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