Outbox Digitizes Snail Mail; Launches in San Francisco
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Outbox Digitizes Snail Mail; Launches in San Francisco

Do you have a pile of junk mail sitting on your counter that you have to sort though?  Wouldn't it be nice to have someone sort through all of your mail and then digitally send it to you on your mobile device?  Outbox … [Read more...]

Here’s Why Paid App.net Members Aren’t Angry About The Freemium Model
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Here’s Why Paid App.net Members Aren’t Angry About The Freemium Model

Today, App.net launched its freemium model to the world, allowing paid users to invite people to sign-up for free App.net accounts.  The launch caught many people by surprise, me included, since the original idea behind … [Read more...]

App.net Goes Freemium, Allows Non-Paying Users to Follow 40 People
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App.net Goes Freemium, Allows Non-Paying Users to Follow 40 People

When App.net launched this past summer, many were skeptical. Could a paid social network hang with the likes of Twitter or Facebook? We still don't know for sure, but it seems that App.net isn't going anywhere, and it's … [Read more...]

Apple’s Next iOS Update Will Kill The Evasi0n Jailbreak
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Apple’s Next iOS Update Will Kill The Evasi0n Jailbreak

Late last week Apple released an update for iOS to developers, the latest beta update is iOS 6.1.3 beta 2, and it actually breaks the most recent jailbreak.  The latest jailbreak, known as Evasi0n was released earlier … [Read more...]

Windows Phone App Store Hits 130,000 Apps and Games
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Windows Phone App Store Hits 130,000 Apps and Games

Microsoft just announced that its Windows Phone App Store has more than 130,000 apps and games – designed specifically for the Windows Phone UI and its ecosystem.  Additionally, the company noted that, "we expect … [Read more...]

25% of People Store Intimate Images on Mobile Device
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25% of People Store Intimate Images on Mobile Device

Which is safer to do on your cell phone: shopping or storing a naked picture?   Well, it seems consumers are a little confused about mobile security.  One in four average mobile users store intimate photos or videos on … [Read more...]

Six Strikes And Your Internet Speeds Are Throttled
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Six Strikes And Your Internet Speeds Are Throttled

My fellow Internet users, today marks the day, after much delay that the Six Strikes System (also known as the Copyright Alert System) goes into effect.  Over the course of the next several days, participating ISP's … [Read more...]

ASUS FonePad: A 7-inch Tablet That Makes Phone Calls
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ASUS FonePad: A 7-inch Tablet That Makes Phone Calls

Imagine a Nexus 7 that makes phone calls and has a few other minor differences, both internally and externally. The device you've just pictured actually exists -- it's called the ASUS FonePad, and it was unveiled today … [Read more...]

Aereo, The Cable-Killer TV Streaming Service, Expands Throughout The Tri-State Area
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Aereo, The Cable-Killer TV Streaming Service, Expands Throughout The Tri-State Area

Aereo announced today that the cloud DVR/live TV streaming service will be expanding into the Tri-state area, and will begin offering its service to more than 19 million people living in the area surrounding New York … [Read more...]

Barnes & Noble Plans to Move Away From Nook Hardware
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Barnes & Noble Plans to Move Away From Nook Hardware

A report by the New York Times says that Barnes & Noble is planning to start moving away from developing Nook hardware.  Barnes & Noble isn't getting out of the hardware game entirely, according to the NYT's … [Read more...]

What’s The Best Wearable Computer Form Factor?
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What’s The Best Wearable Computer Form Factor?

We are about to be faced with a question, a question that will most likely determine which company will have the most success in the wearable computer market.  Before I get to the question, let's make one assumption: … [Read more...]

Could the United States Postal Service Really Die?
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Could the United States Postal Service Really Die?

Many speak as though the death of the United States Postal Service is inevitable; as if the second-largest civilian employer in the United States has been diagnosed with some kind of terminal illness. And maybe it has. … [Read more...]