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Twitter Test Swaps Retweet Button For Share Button

As we said when Twitter experimented with  removing @ mentions from replies , the company believes that its ‘scaffolding’ puts new users off, and makes it hard to understand and use the service. Twitter’s biggest problem is that existing users don’t want to see the service turn into Facebook,  as Gizmodo explains .

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How to get your ideas to spread

In a world of too many options and too little time, our obvious choice is to just ignore the ordinary stuff. Marketing guru Seth Godin spells out why, when it comes to getting our attention, bad or bizarre ideas are more successful than boring ones.

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Wonderful iOS 7 Glitch Lets You Hide Useless Apps

It's not often that you read the words "fun" and "glitch" in the same sentence, but a newly discovered glitch in the recently updated software for iPhones and iPads is actually pretty fun.

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An Unexpected Discovery in the Brains of Autistic Children - Wired Science

Nobody knows what causes autism, a condition that varies so widely in severity that some people on the spectrum achieve enviable fame and success while others require lifelong assistance due to severe problems with communication, cognition, and behavior. Scientists have found countless clues, but so far they don’t quite add up. The genetics is complicated. The neuroscience is conflicted.

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Beautiful Alaskan Ice Caves Explored With Drone and GoPro

is a leading source for news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. Mashable's record 34 million unique visitors worldwide and 15 million social media followers are one of the most influential and engaged online communities. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco.

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Microsoft announces Office for iPad, extending productivity to all iOS devices | PCWorld

Apple has its own office suite, called iWork, which Apple began bundling for free onto new iOS and Mac devices late last year. Will Microsoft be able to muscle in on Apple's turf, or will iPad users prefer their tried-and-true apps? The next few months will answer that question.

7 Jimmy Wales responds unapologetically to Change.org holistic healing petition | TIME

Jimmy Wales rejected a Change.org petition calling for more information on holistic medicinal therapies. "Every single person who signed this petition needs to...think harder about what it means to be honest, factual, truthful," he said

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Samsung's first Smart Bulb is Bluetooth-only and lasts 10 years

Though it got beat to the punch by arch-competitor LG, Samsung has just released its debut smart LED bulb, literally called the "Smart Bulb." It looks nothing like the multi-tiered model we saw at the FCC, but retains the Bluetooth-only spec -- unlike the WiFi-based Philips Hue and LG's WiFi/Bluetooth Smart Lamp. That'll give you direct control of up to 64 bulbs via a smartphone app, similar to how the Lumen bulb works. However, you'll need a ZigBee Bluetooth hub for home automation, and there's no word yet if that'll be included. The bulb will dim down to ten percent power with a color range between warm and cool white, meaning the disco-like tricks of the Philips and Lumen models are out. There's no word yet on the price, but Samsung said the Smart Bulb would last a prodigious 15,000 hours or around 10 years under normal usage. Given that, if it's in the same $32 range as LG's bulb, we think we can swing it.

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Twitter's Losing Sight of What Makes It So Great

Today , Twitter introduced some major changes to the way it does business . Not only can a single tweet now hold multiple photos (along with 10 tagged friends), but none of that extra baggage takes away any of your precious characters. In other words, Twitter just got a whole lot more like Facebook.

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Microsoft Unveils Word, PowerPoint, and Excel for iPad

Like Google’s Drive service, Microsoft can store and sync documents in the cloud, so that you can access the most up-to-date versions of the files on multiple devices. This means that if, say, you add a funny cat video to a PowerPoint presentation on your laptop, that cat video will show up in the presentation that’s on your tablet after you connect the iPad to the Internet. 

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Microsoft Should Have Acquired Oculus Rift, Not Facebook

To be honest as a developer who has attended window dev boot camps my only problem with the write one app and use it on all their platforms plan they have for the future OS is this, will I be the one losing potential money yet having to do all the extra work to make one app work on all devices for just one sale. Yes the OS may all be sharing all the same code but things like screen sizes, hardware capabilities an all that extra coding and testing will have to be encountered for. The only brightside I can see is a bigger app market as a developer. As a user i can see a lot more potentials as to why this would be a good idea for the future OS they plan to release. I also prefer using Windows 8 now as it is because its been a lot more stable for me than some of the older previous versions. Yes you have to learn some new features to use it to its full potential but I see windows 8 as what it was meant for, a stepping stone to the next future version.

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How Oculus Helped 'Oculus': Facebook Sale Fuels Horror Movie Boost

The buzzy VR company — whose name just happens to include the same obscure word as the Relativity Media movie’s title — made a big media splash Tuesday night, just days into the April 11 release’s marketing ramp-up. You can’t buy viral exposure like that in Hollywood; never mind that it's for another thing altogether.

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Microsoft Launches Office for iPad: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

At an event in San Francisco today, Microsoft Office General Manager Julia White unveiled Office for iPad, featuring Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. The new apps, which supports viewing but not editing for free, will go live in Apple’s App Store at 11:00AM PDT (2:00PM EST).

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Know Your Clients: How to Create an Accurate Customer Profile

To begin crafting an accurate customer profile, fully understand your own products, services, and your mission as an organization. This is an ongoing process, but from the very beginning it’s essential to understand who you want your customer to be and how that relates to how your products and services are developed and packaged.

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Patatap turns your browser into a musical animation controlled by your keyboard

Open  this website , put on your headphones, and start typing. Created by designer Jono Brandel in collaboration with the music composers Lullatone, Patatap is described as a "portable animation and sound kit," turning your keyboard into an instrument for musical animations. Press any key from A to Z to produce different sounds with accompanying motion graphics. When you've exhausted one alphabet of options, press the space bar to totally change all the sounds and graphics associated with each key. According to  Brandel's website , the project is meant to showcase synesthesia — where stimulating one sense causes an experience in another. If nothing else, it'll help you kill some time while making music.

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A cloud for everyone, on every device

A cloud for everyone, on every device   —  The following post is from Satya Nadella, Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft.  —  In my initial remarks as CEO, I spoke about how Microsoft is embracing the new “mobile-first cloud-first” world.  I've gotten great feedback around this declaration from customers …

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Microsoft releases Office for iPad, subscription required for editing docs

What's especially interesting about Office for iPad is that it's not just a blown-up version of the iPhone version, which we pooh-poohed for offering a watered-down feature set. Here, Microsoft was careful to take advantage of the iPad's extra screen real estate: whereas the iPhone version wouldn't even let you add rows in the middle of a spreadsheet, the iPad edition includes advanced features like Sparklines and author blocking, which only power users might appreciate. Throughout, too, you'll find an impressive array of formatting options, including custom text colors, dozens of PowerPoint transitions and a full suite of fonts. In PowerPoint, there's also a presenter mode where you can write off-handed remarks in "white board mode" and use your finger as a laser pointer (though that last feature doesn't seem that useful, at least not without AirPlay support). Excel, meanwhile, brings a custom numerical keyboard alongside the traditional QWERTY one. And of course, all the apps rock the ol' Ribbon UI -- it wouldn't be an Office product without the Ribbon.

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Apps with millions of Google Play downloads covertly mine cryptocurrency

It's interesting how the discussion of this article more or less centers around whether this scheme is workable or is efficient, or how much it would mine, but no outrage, alarm, criticism, or even a whimper of a complaint about the fact that there are apps that hijack people's phone that you can get not only from questionable sites, but even from the Google Play Store, and they have not done anything about it yet. If fact, this is essentially a trojan, and Ars thinks this is an issue of the store's "position" on whether it should allow apps to covertly do things that uses up the user's resources to benefit only the app owner with no benefit to the app user. There are even few posts that suggests better ways to do this. Is this now the expected and accepted condition?

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The Midas List features technology’s best investors, whose savvy investments have a made a total of $95.2 billion in exits.

Every tech investor dreams of striking gold with a portfolio full of big exits. Here are this year’s best of the best.

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Vince McMahon's Over-The-Top Move: Why The Billionaire CEO Is Betting Big On The New WWE Network

But the world–and a ten-figure fortune–is not enough for McMahon. Which is why he roostered onto the stage at Las Vegas’ Consumer Electronics Show in January to announce a bold new venture: the WWE Network. McMahon told the cheering audience that the WWE Network would not be broadcast on cable television, where Monday Night RAW has consistently been a top-rated program each week, nor would it be another pay-per-view (PPV) play. Rather, the WWE network will stream content 24/7 directly to viewers on the Internet or what’s known in the entertainment industry as going over the top. It’s a move that directly endangers both WWE’s PPV revenues ($82.5 million) and its potential new TV deals, a huge gamble that according to some estimates could double the size of the WWE’s business in two years–or fall flat on its face, enriching skeptical investors who have sold 4 million shares of the company short. It’s risky, exciting and deeply unconventional.

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Office for iPad review: three beautiful apps, each with strong competition

It's a similar story with spreadsheets: Excel for iPad is far more robust than the iPhone version which, if you recall, doesn't even let you add columns in the middle of spreadsheets. Here you can indeed add columns, as well as tables, pictures, shapes, text boxes and all manner of charts. Oh, the charts. Last time there were six choices; now you have loads of options, which take the form of column, line, pie, bar, area and scatter charts (each category has multiple variations to choose from). And, as with photos in Word, it's easy not just to add them, but also to change their format on the fly; the A7 chip once again proves it's fast enough to keep up. If you like, you can even include Sparklines, those micro-charts that take up just a single cell. Unfortunately, though, you can't add any fancy pivot tables here. Let's not get ahead of ourselves.

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Warm Yourself at the Fires of Meditation

In meditation, we pause and reflect over his words. We roll them over in our minds and let them ignite our hearts — we “warm ourselves at the fires of meditation.” We pose questions and seek answers. We go deep in God’s revelation, take it into our very souls, and as we are being changed by his truth, we respond to him in prayer. As Matthew Henry says, “As meditation is the best preparation for prayer, so prayer is the best issue of meditation.”

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Bitcoin Battle: Warren Buffett vs. Marc Andreessen

Buffett says Bitcoin is a very fast anonymous money order. Companies that send money orders make money off of them, so investing in the companies that control the money orders makes sense (the Coinbases and Bitpays of the world) but the money orders themselves (i.e. Bitcoins) aren’t worth buying as an investment. That’s a valid critique. During our chat, Andreessen and Srinivasan said Bitcoin is the “next Internet.” People often compare it to Internet protocols that enabled the development of email and the World Wide Web as we know it. But protocols and the “Internet” don’t make money; the valuable systems built on top of them do. Buffett is essentially saying Bitcoin is a protocol like TCP/IP that isn’t a money maker, and is encouraging investors not to drop $600 bucks/coin (even if unlike TCP/IP, the supply of Bitcoin is limited).

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Congress Approves Ukraine Aid as Russia Maintains Grip on Crimea

is a leading source for news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. Mashable's record 34 million unique visitors worldwide and 15 million social media followers are one of the most influential and engaged online communities. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco.

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Facebook, Google, And Sony Are Getting Ready To Fight A Cyberpunk War

The coming of the cyberpunk age doesn't have to be a bad thing. The reason it seems so dystopian in novels and films is because we're seeing it from the outside. Cyberpunk novels describe virtual cyborgs who are essentially inseparable from the technology until it penetrates them down to the very synapses stringing their consciousness together. But ask anyone who has ever worn a Google Glass or an Oculus Rift, and they'll tell you that that's not what the experience is. From the outside-in, it seems alien; from the inside-out, it's empowering. In Snow Crash , the hero of the novel spends most of his time delivering pizza or curled up in the corner of a storage unit, wearing VR goggles, but when he takes them off, he's the world's greatest swordfighter, because he's spent endless hours in the Metaverse honing his skills.

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'The Raid 2' review: bigger and bloodier

The action starts just hours after the last film: Rama (Iko Uwais) is asked to go undercover and infiltrate the syndicate of the crime lord Bangun (Tio Pakusadewo, playing things measured and cool). The first step for Rama is getting himself thrown into jail so he can befriend Bangun’s son — a slick would-be gangster named Uco (Arifin Putra) that can’t get out from under his father’s shadow. Rama is eventually brought into Bangun’s organization, and when tensions between father and son reach a fever pitch he finds himself at ground zero of an Indonesian gang war.

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Microsoft's cloud press conference with CEO Satya Nadella

At a San Francisco event focusing "on the intersection of cloud and mobile computing," Microsoft's new CEO, Satya Nadella, may unveil the long-rumored Office for iPad suite.

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60+ Events in Analytics, Marketing and More

The Mashable Events Board is a great place to find leading conferences in your industry, whether it's advertising, technology, media or public relations. This week, we're highlighting five events that we think can help move your career forward, from those in Chicago to London. If you don't find something that's right for you, check out more than 60 events featured in our complete listing .

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Check Out The Awesome Creative Workspaces Of Co.Design Readers

For the most part, the work spaces have tabletops brimming with swatches and notebooks, and mood boards full of textures and fabrics that will soon become finished garments. Many of the studios offer tantalizing peeks at the designers' sources of inspiration. Van Herpen, for example, has a mood board in her Amsterdam office filled with feathers and bits of skeletons, which likely help her imagine her 3-D printed dresses. Isabel Marant, whose designs often have unusual, sculptural silhouettes, has a studio devoid of sketchbooks, because she crafts by draping and playing with fabrics. And several others simply work in a nest of chaos--evidence, perhaps, that a messy office can make you more creative?

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Turkey Blocks Access to YouTube

In response, Turkey tightened the block on Sunday and implemented it at the IP level, making it a little tougher to circumvent. But people there could still get around it using Virtual Private Network (VPN) software that tunnels the connection through a server outside of the country, or using the anonymizing tool Tor.

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Video chat app WeCam brings friends from multiple social networks together - The Next Web

So you’re one of those socially connected types who spend, let’s say, a fair amount of time online communicating with business associates, friends, and family. The problem is your companions are spread across different networks like Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, and with all that to keep track of, conversations can become confusing.

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A Doggone Mess: Overturned Truck Spills Thousands of Corn Dogs

Snacktastrophe struck early Tuesday morning when a truck carrying corn dogs hit a guardrail, and flipped over in Louisiana.

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Cosmic Visuals Made With Light, Sound, and ... Soap? | Wired Design | Wired.com

Soap is pretty ordinary stuff–until you blow a bubble with it. Then it becomes something a little bit magical, shimmering with delicate, ever-changing color. Unsurprisingly, if you shine a light through that swirling orb, it makes for a pretty incredible show.

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Silicon Valley vs. Detroit: The Battle For The Car Of The Future

Nice article, Joann. At the end, Chris speaks of “the nugget.” I think the nugget is Traffic Jam Assist (TJA). No one likes to drive in a traffic jam on a freeway, and TJA takes over all the driving in these cases. As you probably know, the 2014 Mercedes S-class will have this capability — maybe only in Europe for starters, not sure. But others are working this hard and it is not a significant increment technically from the existing crash avoidance systems on high-end cars. From what I can tell, its a Germany carmaker race right now — Audi and BMW will follow Mercedes very soon. People are going to love this, and it will gradually spread from luxury into mid-range cars, just as crash avoidance systems have for your example of the Ford Fusion. What we’ll see during the rest of the decade is these systems expanding beyond traffic jams at gradually higher and higher speeds, until we get to the automatic driving by 2020 predicted by Carlos Ghosn. I dont see Silicon Valley “stealing” anything from traditional carmakers. Even if Google made a huge push into this market, building cars themselves, buying Tesla or whatever, the impact on the car market would be miniscule for many years to come.

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The Secrets Behind 7 Secret Recipes

The legend of this liqueur is long and complex, and it goes something like this : In 1605, the Marshal of King's Henri IV artillery gave a secret manuscript for an "Elixer of Long Life" to the monks of a monastery outside Paris. The monks couldn't immediately decipher the combination of 130 herbs, but in the 18th century the recipe was sent to a separate monastery where its apothecary, Frère Jerome Maubec, learned how to make a drink from the list. In the years that followed, the liqueur underwent changes to produce different varieties (green, white, and yellow), but Chartreuse is still made by monks—and the recipe is still secret—to this day.

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Live Updates: Microsoft Office for iPad Event

is a leading source for news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. Mashable's record 34 million unique visitors worldwide and 15 million social media followers are one of the most influential and engaged online communities. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco.

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Reboot: Microsoft's new CEO reveals his plans for the company - The Verge

Reboot: Microsoft's new CEO reveals his plans for the company

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Experts Found That Mt.Gox Lost A Mere 386 Bitcoin Due To Transaction Malleability | TechCrunch

In the long, kabuki saga that is the fall of Mt.Gox, one point seemed always clear: the company lost loads of bitcoin to hackers using a bug called transaction malleability. It seems, however that this is wrong. According to a team at the ETH Zurich University, the company allegedly lost only 386 BTC or $200,000, nowhere close to the 744,408 bitcoins rumored to have been lost in the attack.

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Autism 'begins long before birth'

Dr Thomas Insel, director of the National Institute of Mental Health, said: "If this new report of disorganised architecture in the brains of some children with autism is replicated, we can presume this reflects a process occurring long before birth.

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Scientists just took a major step toward making life from scratch

But wholly engineered designer yeast isn't on its way just yet. There is a lot more work to do before researchers can truly explore the treasure trove of applications that this technique will engender, because yeast has more than one chromosome. In fact, it has 16. "It's unlikely that we will revolutionize an industry by rearranging a single chromosome," says Boeke. But the scientists might be able to revolutionize a number of industries if they can synthesize the whole set. "Ultimately we want to do this with all 16," Boeke says, which should take the researchers another two to three years. "That's when it will become really interesting and powerful, because we will be able to do a lot more when we can control all of its genes."

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A Brand’s Guide to Managing Misinformation Online

Trying to address every piece of misinformation about your brand online requires a ton of time and resources, so it’s important to pick your battles. In cyberspace, there are a few key factors that brands should weigh when determining when and how to step in and manage misinformation:

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Facebook Buys Oculus For $2B, Betting On Virtual Reality To Replace Smartphones

For better or worse, the future of virtual reality itself and that of the world's biggest social network are now surprisingly, inextricably entwined. According to Zuckerberg, virtual reality really is what's next—we just didn't realize how closely he was paying attention.

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Statoil | Partner Webcast | MIT Technology Review

Jonathan Matthews is Vice President of Statoil Canada’s Heavy Oil Technology Centre (HOTC) and is located in Calgary. The primary focus of the HOTC is on delivering innovative technologies that will help make Statoil’s Kai Kos Dehseh Oil Sands Partnership (KOSP) profitable while supporting continuous environmental performance objectives. Prior to joining Statoil, Jonathan spent 20 years working in the Canadian Oil Sands with Shell Canada and Syncrude Canada in various technical and leadership roles. Jonathan graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Geological Engineering degree and a Master's of Science. He is a member of the Association for Professional Engineers, Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) and has provided leadership to various initiatives in the Canadian oil sands.

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What Engineers At Facebook, Pinterest, Snapchat, Airbnb, And Spotify Listen To While Coding

For developers, a good soundtrack can be as crucial to productivity as Red Bull or coffee. But what's playing through all those headphones? We asked engineers at Facebook, Spotify, Snapchat, Airbnb, and Pinterest to tell us what music has been fueling their latest projects--they even made us playlists.

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Fighting dirty

At 46, "Terrible" Terry Norris has the lean, muscled frame of a former pro boxer. He’s just a little taller than average, with a thick, black Van Dyke framing a bright smile. Gray creeps in at the edges of his beard, but his shaved head seems the only concession to age, a paring away of the intricately razored box cut of his heyday, now some 20 years gone. These days, he teaches cardio boxing in a converted garage north of Hollywood; upstairs, he shares a loft with his wife, Tanya, who also teaches and runs his gym. During classes he looks fit and powerful, his fists still preternaturally fast. Only when he speaks, in a low, raspy murmur bordering on unintelligible, do you wonder at the damage he’s suffered.

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Paid App Market Is Shrinking With Stunning Speed

The portion of the entire global app revenue generated by paid apps tumbled from 8% in 2012 to merely 4% in 2013. App Annie believes that in-app advertising is going to grab a growing piece of revenue generated by freemium apps in coming years, rising as high as 60% in USA, Europe and Brazil by 2017. An interesting exception is the largest app market in the world – in Japan, ad revenue may remain at around 40% of in-app sales. This can probably be attributed to the free-wheeling spending of Japanese consumers on in-app purchases, a trend that turned the country to the world’s most lucrative app market at the end of 2013.

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#ComingSoon: Billboard Twitter Real-Time Chart | Twitter Blogs

Today Billboard is announcing a partnership with us to create the Billboard Twitter Real-Time Chart, which will track the real-time U.S. music conversation, using Twitter data.

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Musings on the Oculus sale

Oh, it’s hard. But it’s rapidly becoming commodity hardware. That was in fact the basic premise of the Oculus Rift: that the mass market commodity solution for a very old dream was finally approaching a price point where it made sense. The patents were expiring; the panels were cheap and getting better by the month. The rest was plumbing. Hard plumbing, the sort that calls for a Carmack, maybe, but plumbing.

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Oculus Primed: Meet the Geniuses Who Finally Mastered Virtual Reality | Game|Life | Wired.com

That doesn’t mean Oculus isn’t considering other display technologies that outperform LCD—and it doesn’t mean they’re not tinkering. As part of their ongoing collaborative work with Valve Software, the two companies worked up a prototype that, along with a number of other improvements that WIRED saw but can’t discuss, utilized an OLED panel. That was the prototype that got them below 20 milliseconds for the first time. It was also the first time that Iribe was able to use the Rift without feeling sick. “I’m one of the most sensitive in the office,” Iribe says. “People always joke that ‘it’s not ready to show Brendan.’ And for the first time, I felt incredibly good.” So where did the OLED panel come from? “We gutted a phone,” says Luckey. They won’t say what phone they gutted, but it’s clear that it’s a Galaxy S4.

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Taxpayers Warned of ‘Largest Ever’ Phone Fraud Scam from IRS Impostors

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration is warning taxpayers to beware of phone calls from individuals who claim to represent the Internal Revenue Service, but in reality are trying to defraud them, in what it is saying is the largest ever scam it has seen to date. J. Russell George

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