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Home Page Design Advice from October 1991, 3 Months After the Web's Public Debut

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In the early days of the web, its developers created a backchannel for discussing its progress. They called the mailing list www-talk, and it remains an active discussion group. This week, Ed Summers, who writes code for libraries, released the archives of the list's emails from 1991, when the web...
Home Page Design Advice from October 1991, 3 Months After the Web's Public Debut

Flickr to get slicker in upcoming makeover

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Larger photos, less white space, and a redesigned uploading interface are all features of the photo-sharing site's new look. [Read more]...
Flickr to get slicker in upcoming makeover

Digital signage booming with social media opportunities looming

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Digital signage offers many potential benefits to both advertisers and the companies that own the white space....
Digital signage booming with social media opportunities looming
Solar power, white spaces bring 16Mbps broadband to towns without electricity

We have a new look: Let me show you around the place

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When you click on a GigaOM headline today, you’ll notice that the story page you land on looks a little different than it did yesterday. We think the new look is airier, with a bit more white space to let the headline and story breathe and to give your eyes...
We have a new look: Let me show you around the place

Get Ready For 'Super WiFi' To Be A Big Thing In 2013

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By this time next year, thousands of people will be using a new, faster, longer-range kind of WiFi commonly called "super WiFi." Super WiFi isn't really WiFi, but a new form of wireless network (also known as White Spaces), championed by the likes of Google and Microsoft. After a long...
Get Ready For 'Super WiFi' To Be A Big Thing In 2013

Google Glass? I can't bear to look | Carole Cadwalladr

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New technology brightens our lives and makes us what we are. Well, up to a point...How I remember the day when I bounded up to my desk at another newspaper and, after some beginning-of-the-day chitchat, I turned to my colleague Mike and said: "Oh yes and I've found a really...
Google Glass? I can't bear to look | Carole Cadwalladr

Microsoft confirms Office 15 look in Windows 8 preview

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The same Microsoft preview that discussed Windows 8 on ARM in detail also gave the first official appearance of Office 15. True to some earlier rumors, the interface will be much sparser than Office 2010 and, at least in the touch implementation, lets users hide the ribbon. Both the menus...
Microsoft confirms Office 15 look in Windows 8 preview

Congress tweaks bill to aid unlicensed white space wireless

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The US Senate and House of Representatives today reached a compromise a bill regulating the sale of unused spectrum once used for TV broadcasting. The bill has been reworded to give the FCC the authority to set the terms of the auction. As originally phrased, the FCC could have sold...
Congress tweaks bill to aid unlicensed white space wireless

How Google's Designers Got the Company on the Same Page

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You know how Google last year redesigned its products to align their design, with more white space and more consistent navigation schemes? You might not have liked all that change. I know I found it jarring, to put it nicely — and I still bristle at some of the things...
How Google's Designers Got the Company on the Same Page

'First' prototype hardware built for broadband over IEEE's white space standard

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If you hadn't realized already, spectrum is quite the hot commodity, and any unused slice is a potential data highway just begging to be cruised. One mostly vacant stretch is the eerie white space -- megahertz left empty when TV broadcasts move from analog to digital frequencies. The IEEE...
'First' prototype hardware built for broadband over IEEE's white space standard
Google to Android devs: make nicer tablet apps, pretty please?

Redesigned YouTube rolling out to some users, reflects the influence of Google+

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From the looks of this screenshot posted by one of our readers, it appears YouTube is testing a new homepage styled more like the look that recently rolled out on Google+. The current default look rolled out last winter with more focus on channels and social integration, while this...
Redesigned YouTube rolling out to some users, reflects the influence of Google+

ARM forms UK group to foster an Internet of Things, put 50 billion devices online by 2020

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ARM isn't content with dominating the mobile space. It's been by the far the most vocal about an Internet of Things where everything is connected -- and to make that happen, it just established an industry forum in the UK that it hopes will establish common ground for all...
ARM forms UK group to foster an Internet of Things, put 50 billion devices online by 2020

Rural California ISP launches white spaces broadband for remote customers

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An Internet service provider in California says it has deployed one of "the first commercial application[s] of TV White-Space broadband" to a rural area where many people lack strong Internet access. The ISP, Cal.net, said in an announcement yesterday that "[o]ver 59,000 residents in our rural service area have...
Rural California ISP launches white spaces broadband for remote customers

Wi-Fi Alliance Thinks 'Super Wi-Fi' Term Confusing - Wants White Space Folks to Stay Away From Their Brand

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Last week the Wireless Innovation Alliance (whose members include Microsoft, Google and Dell) announced that Wilmington, North Carolina was home to the first non-trial deployment of White Space broadband, a technology that makes use of the unlicensed spectrum vacated from the shift to digital television. In their release, the group...
Wi-Fi Alliance Thinks 'Super Wi-Fi' Term Confusing - Wants White Space Folks to Stay Away From Their Brand
Google & Microsoft express 'extreme' interest in unused U.K. wireless spectrum

Google's Foray Into Hardware Will Be A Total Disaster — Here's Why (GOOG)

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It's finally clear: Google is getting into the hardware business. Last week, word came out that it was testing some sort of mysterious entertainment device in employees' homes. Today the Wall Street Journal reported that Google will build and market a Google-branded music gadget that will stream tunes around...
Google's Foray Into Hardware Will Be A Total Disaster — Here's Why (GOOG)

Simpler LinkedIn Homepage Rolling Out To The Masses

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The world’s most popular professional social network is getting a fresh new look.  Say goodbye to the abundance of white-space, large profile pictures and small post graphics.  The new LinkedIn helps to make the content shared the focal point with a much cleaner, modern look. The design will... Please visit Marketing...
Simpler LinkedIn Homepage Rolling Out To The Masses
Flickr's new 'justified' view spreads to Favorites page

Google to monitor unused white space across the US, take us one step closer to spectrum sharing

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One of the biggest hold-ups in the global deployment of LTE and long-range WiFi is a lack of available spectrum. Even when a particular frequency is free and usable for mobile broadband, it's often officially reserved for some other purpose. Google's charitable wing, Google.org, has long claimed that as...
Google to monitor unused white space across the US, take us one step closer to spectrum sharing

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
BII MOBILE INSIGHTS: Mobile Ad Spend To Increase 3x By 2017

Google+ face-lift triggers jibes over extra white space

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Yesterday's revamp of Google+ leaves a hefty amount of white space on certain pages, a design change that's brought out the comedian in many users. [Read more]...
Google+ face-lift triggers jibes over extra white space

Getting started with Linux commands

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Whether you’ve been inspired to try and add functionality to your home NAS, run commands on your rooted smartphone, or experiment with one of the powerful new desktop environments like Ubuntu, you’re likely to have come across the need to interact directly with Linux using its command line. If you’re...
Getting started with Linux commands
Windows 8 logo creators redesign New York City parking signs
White spaces and happy faces: TV stations drop lawsuit against "super WiFi"

The Content Aware Filter In Photoshop CS5 Is Just Amazing

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Adobe has released its first video demonstrating a feature in the forthcoming Photoshop CS5, and it’s a feature that will blow the mind of people who work with photographs. Content Aware is a feature that allows you to cut objects from images, with Photoshop then taking in the context...
The Content Aware Filter In Photoshop CS5 Is Just Amazing

Bing Goes Sleek and More Social

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If you’ve ever cleaned off a cluttered desk, replacing messy stacks of paper with framed photos of people who really matter, you have a rough idea of what Microsoft did with its new Bing search engine this week. Gone are the distracting, multicolored search results. Gone are the lists of...
Bing Goes Sleek and More Social

Google database for tracking unused spectrum enters 45-day public trial with the FCC

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An online database built by Google.org, the technology giant’s charitable division, to track unused TV white space spectrum has been approved for a 45-day public trial by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Electromagnetic spectrum is fast becoming a limited resource as billions of people try to access the Internet on...
Google database for tracking unused spectrum enters 45-day public trial with the FCC
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