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PhotoSnack lets you build photo slideshows on the Web

www.computerworld.com
PhotoSnack is an entirely Web-based slideshow creator, no software downloads required. To get started, you simply sign in with your Facebook, Google, or Twitter account or your email address. Like Smilebox, Photosnack offers a free but limited version; it brands your slideshows with a watermark if you'd like to publish...
PhotoSnack lets you build photo slideshows on the Web
Apple and Samsung take 90 minutes to tell each other off in opening statements
Kim Dotcom teases Megaupload sequel 'Megabox' [video]

Geeks cash out in the experience economy

thenextweb.com
When someone mentions the word geek we immediately think they’re talking about someone who is crazy about technology, gadgets, science, math, games or engineering. As the world has evolved, the term geek is now used to describe people from every walk of life. We now have art geeks, film geeks,...
Geeks cash out in the experience economy

Can you be sexy and have a startup?

thenextweb.com
Today I had a Twitter debate with a woman in tech I highly respect; TechCrunch’s editor Alexia Tsotsis. What I respect about Alexia is that she writes truthfully, never pandering to her abusive audience of trolls who judge her for every word she writes. It takes big balls to read endless hater comments...
Can you be sexy and have a startup?
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5 reasons why Apple should start accepting the Hackintosh.

thenextweb.com
In the world of Macs, there are two choices – buy one or don’t.  Apple is notoriously tight with its software, and until recently there simply was no way to get an Apple operating system to run on anything other than Apple hardware.That’s changed, somewhat, since Apple started using Intel...
5 reasons why Apple should start accepting the Hackintosh.

Keep An Inifinite Memory For Your Metrics

marketingland.com
Often, you want to look at your metrics over a longer time period than usual in order to identify long-term trends. This is especially true if your metrics are “jagged” and move around a lot. You have two choices: You could use a larger time period. If you usually watch...
Keep An Inifinite Memory For Your Metrics

EFF To Challenge Six Innovation-Stifling 3D-Printing Patents

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As 3D printers become more ubiquitous, small manufacturers have two choices – build and hope for the best or cede to patent trolls who own a number of basic patents around extrusion and additive manufacturing. Sadly, more of those patents are being filed daily and many have plenty of prior...
EFF To Challenge Six Innovation-Stifling 3D-Printing Patents

Secret Microsoft policy limited Hotmail passwords to 16 characters

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For years, Microsoft engineers have quietly limited Hotmail passwords to 16 characters, a revelation that has surprised and concerned some users who have long entered passcodes twice that long to access accounts. One such user is Costin Raiu, the director of the global research and analysis team at antivirus...
Secret Microsoft policy limited Hotmail passwords to 16 characters
AT&T stops subsidizing tablets. Now let's make tablet data cheaper
Fly Or Die: Skullcandy Hesh Headphones [TCTV]

Google at odds with African ministers and musicians over internet regulation

www.guardian.co.uk
Eric Schmidt has been lobbying for an 'open internet' in emerging markets - but in Africa artists are concerned over piracyThe Google chief executive, Eric Schmidt, has been on a lobbying tour of India, in the attempt to convince the country not to regulate the internet. "Now is the moment...
Google at odds with African ministers and musicians over internet regulation

Review: PhotoSnack lets you build photo slideshows on the Web

www.pcworld.com
PhotoSnack is an entirely Web-based slideshow creator, no software downloads required. To get started, you simply sign in with your Facebook, Google, or Twitter account or your email address. Like Smilebox, Photosnack offers a free but limited version; it brands your slideshows with a watermark if you'd like to...
Review: PhotoSnack lets you build photo slideshows on the Web
6 ways to watch your own videos from your iPhone or Mac on your TV
Best Buy's marketing head: 'We need HTC back in the market'

NumberFire: "Moneyball" For Fantasy Leagues

www.fastcompany.com
With winnings from "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire," Nik Bonaddio created a predictive sports system Billy Beane would be proud of. Nik Bonaddio was in the hot seat on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire one night back in 2009. He had coasted through the first few questions. With...
NumberFire: "Moneyball" For Fantasy Leagues

BII NEWS NOTE: Why It Makes Sense For Apple To Build A Smaller iPad (AAPL)

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The rumor mill has kicked into high gear after Bloomberg reported last week that Apple will release a smaller iPad by the end of this year to compete with Amazon's Kindle Fire and the new Google Nexus 7. In a news note out today from BI Intelligence, we break down the reasons...
BII NEWS NOTE: Why It Makes Sense For Apple To Build A Smaller iPad (AAPL)
Dish Chairman Ergen Doesn't Want To Kill Ads, He Wants To Make Them Better

Nook Tablet 8GB arrives for $199 as Barnes & Noble flattens

www.electronista.com
Barnes & Noble fired its return shot against the Kindle Fire on Tuesday by introducing an 8GB version of the Nook Tablet. Its edition cuts the storage in half, and lowers the RAM to 512MB, but is otherwise functionally identical to the 16GB original. The two choices trim $50 off...
Nook Tablet 8GB arrives for $199 as Barnes & Noble flattens
Danny Rimer on why entrepreneurs should consider London

Let's Date offers a sexy, new way to find love from your iPhone

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The funky iOS-only application picks out people for you to date and then gives you two choices: "no thanks" or "let's date." The rest is up to you. [Read more]...
Let's Date offers a sexy, new way to find love from your iPhone

YouTube scales back automatic Content ID takedowns, improves appeals process

www.engadget.com
In the last several years Google has become quick to respond to complaints of copyright infringement. Unfortunately, its record in dealing with unfounded claims (specifically on YouTube) is a bit mixed. In particular the process for appealing a Content ID takedown has left many users frustrated and with little...
YouTube scales back automatic Content ID takedowns, improves appeals process

Hands on: New turn-by-turn navigation in iOS 6

gigaom.com
As always with unreleased software, it’s important to note that it’s unreleased for a reason. However, while iOS 6 is still in the early stages of beta, it’s not too early to answer the question: So, how does turn-by-turn navigation in the new Maps app for iOS 6 work? I...
Hands on: New turn-by-turn navigation in iOS 6
Online Learning Platform, edX, Goes International With The Addition Of Six New Schools

New Facebook Offers Unit Gives Power To The People With 'Remind' And 'Share' Ability

marketingland.com
A new, more robust, version of Facebook Offers that  has been spotted in the wild. This new Offer unit gives Facebook users two choices in the offer at hand, “Shop Now,” or “Remind Me.” The unit spotted is substantially larger with an image that takes up more square pixel... Please...
New Facebook Offers Unit Gives Power To The People With 'Remind' And 'Share' Ability

How-to: Picking a Window Manager

www.engadget.com
When using Linux, or just about any open source operating system out there for that matter, there's a proverbial Santa's knapsack of graphical user interfaces (GUIs) available. When you boil this topic down on the basic level, you've got two choices: Use a fully featured Desktop Environment (DE) with...
How-to: Picking a Window Manager

Boot up: Apple's patent dispute with Samsung heats up, security policies changed after epic hack, and more

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Plus why Microsoft slipped up with Metro, and just what happened to the tech journalist whose digital life was wipedA quick burst of 6 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamMicrosoft's Massive Metro Mistake >> PCMag.comIt's tough being Microsoft right now. As always, the company...
Boot up: Apple's patent dispute with Samsung heats up, security policies changed after epic hack, and more

Any.DO extends its productivity app with Moment, a simple planner to help you tackle the day ahead

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Any.DO has updated its productivity app for Android and iOS today with a new feature called Any.DO Moment, which is a daily planner that helps users manage their most pressing tasks and deadlines in a single screen. The rest of the app still functions as before, allowing users to create...
Any.DO extends its productivity app with Moment, a simple planner to help you tackle the day ahead

The distraction, the tail and the dog

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Your business has a core, a goal, a challenge and a deliverable. There is probably one thing that would transform your project, one success that changes things, one hurdle that's tougher than the others. What's difficult, what would respond to overwhelming attention? That's the core.Getting from here to there involves...
The distraction, the tail and the dog
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