Archive for January, 2013


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This video is stunning. Made by Mark Gee, the real time video shows the moon rising over New Zealand. It’s incredible to see the dark sky be filled with the gigantic glowing orb.

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The godfather of news, Walter Cronkite, had a regular show on CBS called “The 21st Century” that showed off technology of the future.

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It’s been a pretty big news day for Lyft, but let’s make it even bigger. TechCrunch has learned that Zimride, parent company behind the ride-sharing service, has closed a new, $15 million round of funding led by Founders Fund.

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Founded in 2007, Linkwell Health partners with health plans, consumer brands that want to be health conscious, grocery chains and drugstores to offer everyday consumers discounts, coupons and content to help them make healthier choices.

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Gabe Newell, the co-founder of gaming company Valve, has revealed that he views Apple, rather than traditional gaming consoles, as the biggest competitive threat to the Steam Box and other PC-based entertainment solutions looking to enter the…

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On the heels of adding Apple TV integration earlier this month, QuikIO has announced version 2 of its media streaming service and added a convenient iPhone-to-iPhone file sharing feature.

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App.net has given a sizable boost after developer Tapbots made its a spike to App.net sign-ups when it launched in October 2012.

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The latest tablet market share estimates are out, and the last quarter of 2012 was unsurprising another record one, with a total of 52.5 million units shipped worldwide.

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At today’s BlackBerry 10 launch event, BlackBerry, formerly known as Research In Motion, introduced two new phones, the BlackBerry Z10 and Q10, and a new platform optimized for touch computing called the BlackBerry 10.

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The idea of the open cloud has different meanings. There are open infrastructure groups that are working toward federating clouds at the infrastructure level.

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