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Hackers could use 'The Internet of Things' to turn everyday devices into paths of attack
NASA's Z-1 spacesuit prototype looks like Buzz Lightyear

Organize videos by groups in iTunes

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In iTunes, there are two ways to categorize your videos: as either Movies or TV Shows. Movies are displayed individually, but TV shows are organized in groups, as they would be if they were episodes in the same show. One anonymous Mac OS X Hints reader takes advantage of this...
Organize videos by groups in iTunes

3 Reasons Geocoded Tweets Haven’t Caught On and 2 Reasons Not to Worry

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Last August was when Twitter first announced it would offer geocoded tweets. With it, user locations are tied to their updates. That feature was rolled out in November. Two months later comes word that it’s getting very little use. TheNextWeb reports that less than one-fourth of one percent of all...
3 Reasons Geocoded Tweets Haven’t Caught On and 2 Reasons Not to Worry

This self-hosted newsletter app is 100x cheaper than MailChimp and Campaign Monitor

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For the technically savvy, using your own server or tapping Amazon’s super cheap Simple Email Service (SES) is obvious when it comes to mailing lists, but for everyone else who’s knowledge-base lies somewhere between expert and novice, diving head-first into those options is just too much. Here’s what the majority is left...
This self-hosted newsletter app is 100x cheaper than MailChimp and Campaign Monitor

Review: Dr. Fone brings iPhone files back from the dead

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As an iPhone or iPad user knows, it's all too easy to accidentally delete information from your device simply by touching the screen the wrong way. And once that data is gone, it's gone for good--unless you have Wondershare's Dr. Fone, a $100 program (free feature-limited demo) that proved...
Review: Dr. Fone brings iPhone files back from the dead

How to Start Using Windows 8 Today: FAQ

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We outline two ways to get started using Windows 8 ahead of the October 26th launch date....
How to Start Using Windows 8 Today: FAQ

Amazon advances to in-season TV streaming with CBS's Under the Dome

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When CBS starts airing Stephen King’s new drama Under the Dome this summer, viewers will have two ways to watch it: On CBS or through Amazon Prime Instant Video. New episodes of Under the Dome will be available for viewing on the site four days after they’re first broadcast on CBS....
Amazon advances to in-season TV streaming with CBS's Under the Dome
How to use Foursquare to market your business & reach a new audience
Parking Panda brings driveway sharing, parking space finder app to SF
Some comatose brains remain active, but can't enable conscious actions

How Will Motorola Mobility Avoid ITC Smartphone Ban?

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Motorola Mobility isn’t too worried about the U.S. International Trade Commission import ban on many of its mobile devices that begins Wednesday. The company says it has developed a workaround for the infringed Microsoft patent for which the ban was granted, and claims its products will remain on the market....
How Will Motorola Mobility Avoid ITC Smartphone Ban?

Charge your phone with your shoe? New Kenyan technology makes it possible.

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Kenya’s Anthony Mutua, 24, has developed an ultra-thin chip of crystals that can charge mobile phones when placed in shoe soles. The technology can generate electricity when put under pressure. The technology, which generates electricity once stepped on when the user walks, Mutua says, harvests the energy in two ways. It...
Charge your phone with your shoe? New Kenyan technology makes it possible.

EMC's Paul Maritz: it takes leadership to move companies toward a data-driven future

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It would be easy to think that moving companies toward a future in data would be a technological challenge, but Paul Maritz, EMC’s chief strategist and a key member of its Pivotal Initiative spin-off, took a different approach: it’s about human leadership. Speaking with Om Malik on Wednesday in New York for...
EMC's Paul Maritz: it takes leadership to move companies toward a data-driven future

TechCrunch Giveaway: Xbox Kinect AND A Samsung Galaxy S II

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Thanks to our friends at Antengo, who absolutely love the TechCrunch readers, we have two huge prizes to give away this week: an Xbox Kinect and a Samsung Galaxy S II. There will be two winners for this giveaway and two ways to win for each prize. You will have...
TechCrunch Giveaway: Xbox Kinect AND A Samsung Galaxy S II

Facebook CEO: “we’ve made a bunch of mistakes.” Changes coming this week.

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In a surprising turn of events Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has responded personally to the recent privacy complaints. Facebook has been through an intense week of criticism and debate over its privacy issues and recent move to make everyones Facebok info public unless they choose to flick them back again...
Facebook CEO: “we’ve made a bunch of mistakes.” Changes coming this week.

How do you find pages that cite a permalink?

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When I posted Permalinks and hashtags for city council agenda items last week, I embedded a permalink and a hashtag to illustrate the idea. The post links to the video of Keene’s recent city council meeting, at the point where Patty Little introduces Tom LePage’s request to expand the...
How do you find pages that cite a permalink?
Facebook Revises S-1 Again: Adds Another 83,818,263 Shares Of Class A Stock
ChaCha, the other Q & A site, raises $14 million. How it can have a shot against the big boys
App of the Week: 'Toca Tailor Fairy Tales' is an artist's paper-doll dream

6 Ways to Recruit Talent for Startups

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Small startups rarely have a recruiting professional on their team — or even someone who has enough spare time to imitate a recruiting professional. That’s one reason why it can be hard for small growing companies to compete for top talent with larger companies’ HR departments.One effective strategy is...
6 Ways to Recruit Talent for Startups

Move your bookmarks easily between computers

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It's a simple problem, but that doesn't stop it from bedeviling some computer users: What do you do if you buy a new computer and want to easily move all your old bookmarks over to the new one? In this video how-to, we'll show you two ways to export...
Move your bookmarks easily between computers

The New York Times: Running faster and faster to stay in the same place

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“Here, you see, it takes all the running you can do, to keep in the same place. If you want to get somewhere else, you must run at least twice as fast as that!” — The Red Queen, Alice in Wonderland When it comes to the evolution of newspapers in...
The New York Times: Running faster and faster to stay in the same place

The Best App Is the One You Don't Have to Use

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Apps are reaching an inflection point. Now that zillions of apps are available to serve every imaginable purpose, there are two ways for them to keep us interested. They can either melt into the background and do their jobs with minimum fuss, or they can force us to pay attention...
The Best App Is the One You Don't Have to Use

Rotobooth is a hacker’s dream: Think photo booth meets rotary telephone meets Arduino

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Not long ago we wrote about Photo Hack Day 2, the world’s largest photo hackathon held in NYC by Aviary and General Assembly (one of the 5 coolest coworking spaces in New York City). And from that awesome event came tons of projects, one of the most impressive being the Rotobooth. Rotobooth is a photo booth...
Rotobooth is a hacker’s dream: Think photo booth meets rotary telephone meets Arduino
Windows Phone 8's new, even more personal Start screen

Sharing App Bump 3.0 Slashes Most Features, Proves Less Really Can Be More

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"It's been interesting talking about what's new with Bump 3.0 because the list of things that we're removing is longer than the list of things that we're adding," says Bump CEO David Lieb. "It's not a normal progression." There's a lesson in here for all of us. Today Bump, the...
Sharing App Bump 3.0 Slashes Most Features, Proves Less Really Can Be More

With 250k users, Vizify moves out of beta and launches mini self-infographics called Vizcards

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Vizify, the simple online profile service similar to About.me, has opened up its doors to the public. After amassing more than 250,000 users during its invite-only phase, the company is moving forward. In conjunction with this unveiling, it is launching a new feature: miniature infographics about users called Vizcards. The...
With 250k users, Vizify moves out of beta and launches mini self-infographics called Vizcards

The Windows 8 Consumer Preview is out: here's how to get it

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The Windows 8 Consumer Preview is now ready for download. There are two ways to get it. You can grab ISO images here, and a 5 MB installer that'll also check your system's compatibility here. The executable installer should result in a smaller download, but the ISO will be...
The Windows 8 Consumer Preview is out: here's how to get it

Facebook Kills More Of Your Privacy For Cash

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Yesterday, Facebook announced an awesome new feature that lets anyone see your current city, hometown, education, work, likes, and interests, even if you've set your profile to private. Will this benefit individual users and their friends? Not unless the only thing you remember about your dear friend is that...
Facebook Kills More Of Your Privacy For Cash
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