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Nokia's Giant PureView Camera Is Coming To Lumia Phones

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41-megapixels should be enough for any camera. A recent rumor hinted that it would happen, but now the Guardian newspaper is saying it's heard from industry insiders that Nokia is indeed going to bring its full high-resolution PureView imaging system to its key Lumia range of Windows smartphones. This...
Nokia's Giant PureView Camera Is Coming To Lumia Phones
PayPal becomes the latest company to ban class action suits
NBC blames you for poor-quality Olympic streams
Artist renders 'Angry Birds' gestures in stark monochrome paintings

Ouch! My Mac shocked me!

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Should your Mac give you a mild shock, don't worry; that just means everything is working OK. [Read more]...
Ouch! My Mac shocked me!

Facing legal threats in Sweden, The Pirate Bay divides and multiplies

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With Anti-piracy groups closing in on The Pirate Bay's Swedish haven, the world's most infamous file sharing site did what any good pirate would do: Cut and run for more welcoming shores. As of Tuesday, The Pirate Bay no longer relies on the Swedish Pirate Party for its Web...
Facing legal threats in Sweden, The Pirate Bay divides and multiplies
Pentax K-30 review

Don't Worry, You Won't Be Stuck Using Internet Explorer On Windows 8 (MSFT)

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Mozilla is already getting a jump start on Firefox for Windows 8, giving the browser a fancy new look to match Microsoft's new "Metro" interface for tablets.. In a Wiki entry for Mozilla developers, the group details its plans for the first version of Firefox to run on Windows...
Don't Worry, You Won't Be Stuck Using Internet Explorer On Windows 8 (MSFT)
Google rides mobile search growth and retail store rumors to record $800 share price

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 getting its Jelly Bean on later this year

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Need a Jelly Bean surface to drag your S-Pen across? Worry not, while the Galaxy Note 10.1 won't be packing Android 4.1 right out of the box, Samsung is assuring consumers that the tablet will be getting the OS upgrade later this year, a fact the company reiterated during...
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 getting its Jelly Bean on later this year

8 Things to Think About Before You Make Your Next Product Pitch

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St. Louis became the 22nd city to have a branch of the Founders Institute today. The operation helps entrepreneurs in a very structured four-month paid mentoring program. It involves intensive coaching and has resulted in more than 700 startups, with over 40% of them receiving funding. We have written about...
8 Things to Think About Before You Make Your Next Product Pitch
New Firefox OS nightly builds available to download

Drone Cameras May Be High Worry, but They're Not High Tech

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A hearing Wednesday focused on privacy concerns related to drones, which create new issues because they are small and unobtrusive, and the technology they carry can be quite basic....
Drone Cameras May Be High Worry, but They're Not High Tech

The Price Of Perfection

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A few years back, I wrote a column about a common worry people express when they use analytics to inform their optimization testing plans. Somehow they figure that the simpler tools on the market (such as Google’s free Content Experiments tool) won’t be able to handle their site. A more......
The Price Of Perfection

PayPal Bans Major File-Hosting Services Over Piracy Concerns

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More than half a year after Megaupload was shuttered by the U.S. Government and the file-hosting industry is still in peril. Hollywood has painted a target on sites such as MediaFire, Putlocker and DepositFiles, but these legal threats are not their only worry. In recent months, PayPal has stopped working...
PayPal Bans Major File-Hosting Services Over Piracy Concerns
HTC One X benchmarked by AT&T tester, estimated release in mid May

Y Combinator Company Swapbox Launches And Aims To Pick Up Where Bufferbox Left Off

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You know the drill, you order something from your favorite site and you can’t wait to get the package. Like a blogger normal person, you go to work and hope that the package is there when you get home. That hope slowly turns into worry as you picture your valuable...
Y Combinator Company Swapbox Launches And Aims To Pick Up Where Bufferbox Left Off
Apple starts rejecting iOS apps that access UDID

Facebook: Don't Worry About Ad Clicks, Optimial Reach & Frequency Are Just As Important

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By now we’ve all heard the doubts on whether or not Facebook Ads work to drive meaningful business. Today Facebook will be unveiling data that counters the traditional ideology that clicks are king for brand advertisers. The new data shows that brand advertisers should focus on impressions,... Please visit Marketing...
Facebook: Don't Worry About Ad Clicks, Optimial Reach & Frequency Are Just As Important

BookBook for iPhone 5 now shipping, rear camera hole and all (hands-on)

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It took a little longer than some of those other cases, but Twelve South's BookBook for iPhone 5 is now shipping en masse. Some of those who pre-ordered began receiving their units as early as last week, but if you missed that wave, there's no need to gesture for...
BookBook for iPhone 5 now shipping, rear camera hole and all (hands-on)

NDS' Surfaces turns your wall into a TV, or a TV into a wall... one of those two

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Remember the wall that was also a television in Total Recall? That's the inspiration behind Surfaces -- a concept device produced by British cable mavens NDS. Abandoning the idea of a single screen, the company mounted six displays into a wall that offers up TV and internet content when...
NDS' Surfaces turns your wall into a TV, or a TV into a wall... one of those two
Ocean acidification on track to be among the worst of the last 300 million years

One Week On, Sandy Still Disrupts, But Volunteers Innovate

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Almost a full week after Sandy hit, the East Coast is still struggling to get back on its feet - and the biggest worry now is, as seven days ago, the elements. With the temperature set to drop in the coming days, Mayor Bloomberg yesterday estimated that between 30,000 and...
One Week On, Sandy Still Disrupts, But Volunteers Innovate

Pew: U.S. Parents Of Online Teens Worried About Reputational Damage Of Online Activity And What Advertisers Know About Their Kids

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While European legislators are considering adding a ‘right to be forgotten’ to data privacy laws to give internet users some control over who owns their data, U.S. parents are worried about the reputational damage of their teens’ online activities and what advertisers are learning about them, according to a new report...
Pew: U.S. Parents Of Online Teens Worried About Reputational Damage Of Online Activity And What Advertisers Know About Their Kids
Pinweel: Caterina Fake ‘interested’ in buying our trademark (exclusive)
William Shatner calls out Reddit for racism and hate mongering

Google incorporating site speed in search rankings

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(I’m in the middle of traveling, but I know that a lot of people will be interested in the news that Google is incorporating site speed as one of the over 200 signals that we use in determining search rankings. I wanted to jot down some quick thoughts.) The main...
Google incorporating site speed in search rankings

Microsoft adds built-in Google Talk to Outlook.com and SkyDrive.com

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Make no mistake, we don't just like Outlook.com; we love it. The problem with Microsoft's revamped email service, though, is that ditching Gmail can be a tough sell, as it's meant giving up features like built-in Gchat. At last, however, Microsoft is adding support for Google Talk, which means...
Microsoft adds built-in Google Talk to Outlook.com and SkyDrive.com
Too high to drive? The strange potholes of drugged driving laws

Coming Soon To Facebook: Video Ads

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In an attempt to open up a new revenue stream for shareholders, the social network is bringing videos to the newsfeed. Facebook users may find video ads in their newsfeed as soon as July, the Financial Times reports. The social media firm hopes to grab some of the advertising...
Coming Soon To Facebook: Video Ads
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