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from http://lifehacker.com/ 3 days ago

Often we have so many options that it's tough to choose among them (this is also known as the paradox of choice ). If you're at a crossroads and need to make a tough decision, it can help to understand what you want by examining what you don't want first. ...

Posted under Startups
from http://venturebeat.com/ 3 days ago

GUEST:How much do you really know about application containers? Not the technical features or benefits, as those are readily circulating across technology communities. From extreme application portability and flexibility to simplified IT operations, application containers appear to be god’s gift to IT. But, again, ask the question: What do you ...

Posted under Startups
from http://venturebeat.com/ 3 days ago

Snapchat might have turned down more than $3 billion from Facebook to be acquired, but it looks like it spent a hefty $15 million to quietly acquire a startup building a Google Glass-inspired product. The recent Sony email leaks contain deal terms stating that ephemeral messaging app Snapchat paid $15 ...

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from http://venturebeat.com/ 3 days ago

Analysts are mildly bullish on T-Mobile’s announcement of a new data allotment roll-over offer today, but they’re generally unconvinced it will be a game changer for consumers or a meaningful threat to AT&T and Verizon. In its latest “un-carrier” move, T-Mobile introduced Data Stash, a new program that automatically rolls ...

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from http://venturebeat.com/ 3 days ago

With the holidays just around the corner, the biggest challenge at this point is not simply to pick out gifts for your loved ones, but to find ones someone else hasn’t already bought for them. But the fine folks over at Massdrop have you covered with their Expert’s Guide to ...

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from http://venturebeat.com/ 3 days ago

Let us now discuss one of the more uncomfortable truths about this holiday season. Most of you who celebrate Christmas will soon make your yearly purchase of a Christmas tree. According to the National Christmas Tree Association (which is a real thing!), people in the U.S. buy between 25 million ...

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from http://venturebeat.com/ 3 days ago

Jeb Bush is looking to bring his family a hat trick. Today, the former Florida Governor announced on Facebook that he was “exploring” a run for the presidency in 2016. A bid for the most powerful office in the world is a delicate game, so starting it off on Facebook ...

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from http://venturebeat.com/ 3 days ago

Facebook vice president of mobile engineering Cory Ondrejka, who has been overseeing the company’s acquisition of Oculus Rift and its integration, announced today he is leaving the company. Ondrejka, who was a cofounder and CTO of Linden Lab, which built the virtual world Second Life, joined Facebook in 2010 as ...

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from http://venturebeat.com/ 3 days ago

Google today rolled out new Google Drive features in Gmail, as well as updated Android and iOS apps. Gmail attachment support is live now, while the Android update is rolling out on Google Play “over the next week or so” and the iOS app is available now on Apple’s App ...

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from http://venturebeat.com/ 3 days ago

Google will move the information inside its Freebase free database of structured data — about music, books, film, and other subjects — into Wikidata, a somewhat similar free database from the Wikimedia Foundation. Next year the Freebase website will become read-only, and later the website will go down, as will ...

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from http://venturebeat.com/ 3 days ago

In the mostly-free mobile analytics market, niche contender Apsalar is pulling its free mobile attribution product and shifting to an all-paid model. “Effective January 1st 2015, Apsalar will stop providing free access to mobile attribution analytics and other advanced reports and functionality,” the company said today in an email to ...

Posted under Marketing
from http://jimsmarketingblog.com 3 days ago

I was doing some gift shopping at a local store yesterday, when I decided to go for a coffee in their café. I noticed that a salesperson was speaking with the store owner, a couple of tables away from me. Now, if you asked the salesperson what he was doing, ...

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from http://www.makeuseof.com/ 3 days ago

It’s no secret that the world is being automated and that millions of people are losing work as a result. With a properly programmed machine, any unskilled laborer can be replaced. Factory workers, cashiers, drivers — these are all employees at risk of losing their jobs to more efficient workers ...

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from http://www.makeuseof.com/ 3 days ago

Sometimes, you don’t know how much you need something until it’s gone. Before Windows 8 came along, it didn’t seem like the Start Menu was a particularly popular Windows feature. After it was removed, however, we suddenly realized how much we depended on it. We have covered alternative Start Menus ...

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from http://www.makeuseof.com/ 3 days ago

Also, Instagram adds filters, a free Chromecast for all, GTA V teases Online Heists, and Cards Against Humanity is bulls**t. Apple Not Guilty Of Anti-Competitiveness Awesome ad for Apple iPod and iTunes pic.twitter.com/KJay46ba70 — Brilliant Ads (@BrilliantAdx) December 17, 2014 A jury has unanimously found Apple not guilty of anti-competitive ...

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