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WatchESPN World Cup

Apps, Fragmentation and the Future of TV

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Are you watching the World Cup? I am, and I’m loving every minute of it. If I’m home and there’s a World Cup game being played, it’s on my TV. Even if I’m doing other things, it’s on in the background … it’s easy to tell when something exciting is happening (or about to happen) […]

Networking

The Six Most Powerful Words in Networking

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Hey, did you hear Mark Zuckerberg announced an update to Facebook’s privacy settings? “When?” In May. “Why?” Because people have complained for a long time the settings are too confusing. So the company made a change. “How?” Now, new users of the site will have privacy settings default to “Friends,” instead of “Public,” which had been the […]

Google Shelfie

April Fools’ Day 2014: Here Are the Best Internet Pranks

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Tuesday is the day to keep an eye out for whoopee cushions on seats and (hopefully)-joke dog turds in fridges. But April Fools’ Day isn’t only about physical practical jokes anymore, the internet has becomes riddled with tricksters too. Last year, we had companies pumping good advertising budget into April Fools’ jokes. From YouTube closing […]

Transformer Book Duet

WSJ: Asus’ Windows/Android Hybrid Device, the Transformer Book Duet, is Dead

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Asus’ dual-boot Transformer Book Duet is dead. At CES this year, one of the big stories was dual-OS devices. Spurred on by encouragement from chipmaker Intel, Asus announced the Transformer Book Duet, a hybrid laptop and tablet that switches between Microsoft Windows and Google’s Android on the fly. The device was an intriguing highlight at […]