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Saturday, October 19, 2013

Moto X takes Round 2 against iPhone 5S | Mobile - CNET News

Evernote CEO on how company was saved at eleventh hour | Bootstrap - CNET News

At the annual Y Combinator startup school, Phil Libin details the most important lessons he's learned from his founding of three companies -- and how Evernote stepped back from the precipice of failure.

China is home to the world's largest population of digital natives, totaling more than 75 million people — that's almost twice as many as the U.S., which has more than 41 million. India and Brazil clock in at third and fourth place, respectively.

Beautiful Picture of Saturn Taken By The Space Ship Cassini

Google's stock hits all-time high after strong earnings | Internet & Media - CNET News

Google's Third Quarter Results and Other News You Need to Know

Google announced its Q3 results — the company brought in an impressive $14.9 billion in revenue, 12% more than the third quarter of 2012.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Amazon, HTC to develop line of smartphones, report says | Mobile - CNET News

The online retail titan is working with mobile-device maker HTC to produce smartphones, according to the Financial Times.

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Rupert Murdoch calls for Google to be 'exposed' | Technically Incorrect - CNET News

Utter Stupidity

"So I am imagining Rupert Murdoch on Sunday night, slurping on a glass of fine, golden beer, seated in a red velvet smoking jacket.
Clutching his phone, filled with the kind of irritating news a boss often receives, he cast his frustrations to the wind. Or, rather to the Twitterati.
For Sunday night, News Corp.'s heart and soul offered: "'Please expose Eric Schmidt, Google' etc. Just wait!"
There is so little here, and yet so much. Firstly, what secrets can possibly be hidden by the always open government of Google? What dark insinuations are being proposed here?
Is it merely to do with the alleged theft of all the world's news? Or might there be something even more menacing and filled with acronyms such as NSA, LSD, or LOL?
And why single out Executive Chairman Schmidt? Why not Google's true self-driving force, Larry Page? Is there something of a personal nature that Murdoch would like exposed?"

Monday, October 14, 2013

HTC One Max is a super-sized, 'print-scanning smart phone | CNET UK

HP gets serious about Android and Chrome | Mobile - CNET News

Hewlett-Packard saw the future this week, and that future has more and more Android and Chrome devices in it.

Why You Might Want Your Face in Google’s Ads | Cult of Android

Danny Sullivan wrote a nice FAQ on “shared endorsements.”
But in a nutshell, here’s what it’s all about. On November 11, Google will start adding names, Google+ profile pictures and partial comments of over-18 users in small thumbnail size to paid advertisements and in other contexts under specific conditions. First, the user pictured in the ad must have plus-oned, positively reviewed, shared, circled a brand’s Google+ page, commented on a brand’s Google+ page or posted about that product publicly. Second, the viewer of the ad must be in at least one Google+ circle of the person shown in the ad as an endorser.


What former employees say about Apple’s corporate culture: The food, the secrecy and the control – MacDailyNews - Welcome Home

Broadcasters petition Supreme Court in Aereo fight | Internet & Media - CNET News

Over-the-air television networks rankled by Aereo's service are asking the US Supreme Court to weigh in, saying courts have drawn conflicting conclusions and the service threatens the broadcast industry.