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Former 'Facebook for India' hopeful iTimes relaunches as interest-based social network

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Fresh from picking up headlines worldwide when it invested a ‘seven figure’ sum into US e-commerce startup Fab.com, India’s Times Internet has launched a design version of iTimes.com,  its one-time Facebook rival. The latest incarnation of the site — which first came online in 2006 — is an interest-based social network, designed to...
Former 'Facebook for India' hopeful iTimes relaunches as interest-based social network

The Witness: Turning the Light Around ~ http://bit.ly/cKKrf4 /via @BuddhistGeeks

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The Witness: Turning the Light Around ~ http://bit.ly/cKKrf4 /via @BuddhistGeeks
Now THIS is how to write your startup's Terms of Service
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Google Art Project adds nearly 2,000 works, from street art to prized photos

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The Google Art Project could be considered a safeguard for culture when it's preserving work that's not just difficult to see, but may disappear at the drop of a hat. Witness Google's latest addition of 30 partners, and almost 2,000 pieces of art, as proof. The collection includes 100-plus...
Google Art Project adds nearly 2,000 works, from street art to prized photos
Apple's last witness: 2 million iPhone and iPad sales, $488.8 million lost because of Samsung's copying

Judge says Apple's 'smoking crack' with giant witness list

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The judge in the case between the two companies once again lost her cool, chiding Apple for lining up too many last-minute witnesses. [Read more]...
Judge says Apple's 'smoking crack' with giant witness list

Judge Suggests Apple Is 'Smoking Crack' With Its Witness List In Samsung Dispute

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While Judge Lucy Koh has been so far favorable to Apple in the Samsung/Apple patent dispute, she clearly got fed up today when Apple tried to add a ton of witnesses at the last minute, telling the company's lawyer that he was wasting the court's time in no uncertain terms:...
Judge Suggests Apple Is 'Smoking Crack' With Its Witness List In Samsung Dispute

Portland police shoot man (who shot them 2) witness posts mobile video to youtube http://bit.ly/bkQb38 Mayor tweets it http://bit.ly/bmzcCG

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Portland police shoot man (who shot them 2) witness posts mobile video to youtube http://bit.ly/bkQb38 Mayor tweets it http://bit.ly/bmzcCG

Phil Schiller reveals Apple's marketing budget for 2009 and 2010

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While being questioned as a witness in the Apple vs. Samsung case, Phil Schiller just revealed Apple’s marketing budget for 2009 and 2010 reports AllThingsD. In fiscal 2008, the company spent $97.5 million on iPhone ads in the U.S. alone. That figure climed to $149.6 million in 2009 and reached...
Phil Schiller reveals Apple's marketing budget for 2009 and 2010

Brits Apparently Feel Zero Need to Take Advantage of High-Speed Internet

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Not to stereotype or anything. (Photo: flickr.com/s_w_ellis/) America loves, wants, needs high-speed Internet access. Witness, for example, the gnashing of teeth over Silicon Alley’s poor connectivity. Rural communities are clamoring for it. The prospect is even enough to inspire outright underhandedness on the part of some cable operators. However, across the pond, they...
Brits Apparently Feel Zero Need to Take Advantage of High-Speed Internet

Apple Literally Designs Its Products

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Longtime Apple industrial designer Chris Stringer testified that the company has a small team of 15 or 16 people that fashion all of the company’s products. The group meets frequently, literally sitting around a kitchen table, to debate all products under development. “We’ll sit their with our sketch books and...
Apple Literally Designs Its Products

Samsung to call 'one bullet to kill' witness on Friday

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In its ongoing trial with Apple, Samsung is planning to call two witnesses known for arguing for high patent royalties, according to FOSS Patents. The most notable of these may be David Teece, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, who recently testified on behalf of Motorola Mobility against...
Samsung to call 'one bullet to kill' witness on Friday
YouTube Acknowledges Political Role With New Facial Blur Feature
'Final Fantasy: All the Bravest' is Square Enix's first 'true' iOS game -- for better or worse

"I'm not comfortable discussing the contents of that meeting."

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"I'm not comfortable discussing the contents of that meeting." - Russell Grandinetti, Amazon's vice president for Kindle content, in federal court when asked about a meeting that took place at Jeff Bezos' Seattle boathouse on Sunday Jan. 24, 2010.  That was a few days before the initial iPad announcement -- where,...
"I'm not comfortable discussing the contents of that meeting."

Smule Launches Strum, A Social Video App With Musical Filters

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The latest product from music startup Smule isn’t what I was expecting — instead of releasing another music-centric app like Ocarina or Magic Piano, it’s launching a social video app called Strum. Music still plays a role in the app, but it’s not center stage here as it is with...
Smule Launches Strum, A Social Video App With Musical Filters

The ethics of cloning: Why 'original' isn't always essential

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Another day, another massive wad of cash flying Rocket Internet’s way. This time it’s JP Morgan again, putting somewhere between $40m-$80m into the Samwer Brothers’ Lamoda fashion site. Lamoda is of course a Russian version of Rocket’s Zalando, which is in turn a clone of Zappos. JP Morgan has already...
The ethics of cloning: Why 'original' isn't always essential

First Day Of Apple-Samsung Trial Yields Troves Of New iPhone, iPad Prototypes

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Yesterday, in one of the biggest tech trials to hit U.S. soil, Apple called longtime Apple employee and designer Christopher Stringer to the stand as its first witness. Testifying that Samsung “ripped them off,” Stringer showed off dozens of images depicting various iPhone and iPad prototypes that were developed by...
First Day Of Apple-Samsung Trial Yields Troves Of New iPhone, iPad Prototypes

Texas Approves RADICAL RIGHT-WING HISTORY BOOKS: Jefferson gone - McCarthy justified - More Reagan | Witness the re-writing of History.

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Texas Approves RADICAL RIGHT-WING HISTORY BOOKS: Jefferson gone - McCarthy justified - More Reagan | Witness the re-writing of History.

Keep Megaupload out of our server seizure case, US lawyers say

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When the US government shut down file-sharing site Megaupload, it also grabbed the service's US-based servers, located at Carpathia Hosting and other companies. That inspired legal demands from Kyle Goodwin, an Ohio man who makes his living videotaping high school sports events, and wants his files back. But the...
Keep Megaupload out of our server seizure case, US lawyers say

Panasonic Lumix TZ30 pictures and hands-on

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Up close and personal Panasonic has updated its TZ range of digital cameras and Pocket-lint has already had a play at a secret location behind closed doors. The new model, which will replace the Panasonic Lumix TZ20 will come with a number of improved features including a 20x optical...
Panasonic Lumix TZ30 pictures and hands-on

The Witness is headed exclusively to PlayStation 4, the next game from Braid creator Jonathan Blow

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Nothing could've been more delightful than Braid creator Jonathan Blow suddenly appearing on-stage at Sony's big PlayStation 4 reveal only to make fun of all the explosions the event had already featured. Oh sure, he was also at the event to reveal that his latest game, The Witness, is...
The Witness is headed exclusively to PlayStation 4, the next game from Braid creator Jonathan Blow

Going loco: Everplaces and Circleme hit public beta

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Anyone reading between the lines after the closure of ratings app Oink, may have picked up a signal about the state of social, local, mobile services today. After all, if a well-designed app with lots of press coverage can’t get enough traction to make it worthwhile, then perhaps the glut...
Going loco: Everplaces and Circleme hit public beta

Crytek's CryEngine 3 supports PlayStation 4, surprises no one

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Crytek has a reputation for pushing the limits of hardware with CryEngine -- witness the will-it-run-Crysis jokes -- so it's only logical that the company would leap on new consoles with enthusiasm. Sure enough, the company has followed up talk of Xbox One support in CryEngine 3 with word...
Crytek's CryEngine 3 supports PlayStation 4, surprises no one

HBR: Who Cares If Samsung Copied Apple?

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The Harvard Business Review’s asks the question ^ If Apple ends up winning this case against Samsung — and either stops Samsung from releasing their phones and tablets to the market, or charges them a hefty license fee to do so — does anyone really believe that the market will...
HBR: Who Cares If Samsung Copied Apple?

10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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It's Monday morning. Let's do this thing! First, the news. After, come back to SAI all day for live news and analysis. Samsung posted its first video ad for its new flagship phone, coming out March 14. Microsoft bought the exclusive rights to an indie movie and made it available...
10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

Judge angered by continued Apple, Samsung courtroom "theatrics"

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Apple v. Samsung presiding Judge Lucy Koh on Tuesday seemed to have had enough of the parties' legal maneuvering, the latest being an Apple and Intel bid to block testimony from a Samsung witness just hours before he was slated to take the stand....
Judge angered by continued Apple, Samsung courtroom "theatrics"

Apple: Offer to License Patents to Samsung Didn't Include iPhone's Interface

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An Apple patent licensing executive said Monday that the company’s offer to license its patents to Samsung included only certain patents and not “untouchable” ones related to the iPhone’s unique user interface. A document entered into evidence on Friday showed Apple was willing to license certain patents for $30 per...
Apple: Offer to License Patents to Samsung Didn't Include iPhone's Interface
Apple v. Samsung trial reveals a slew of early iPhone and iPad prototypes
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