Monthly Archives: December 2010

FlickSquare automatically sends your Foursquare check-in photos to Flickr

Last week Foursquare rolled out an incredibly important and contemporary new feature: check-in photos. Foursquare is a far cry from being a primary photo-sharing site, however, which is why a quick-thinking developer has made a Web app that automatically forwards … Continue reading

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You Can Get a Sony 3D Blu-ray Player For Just 98 148 Bucks [Dealz]

A Blu-ray player for under a hundred bucks is a pretty good deal. A 3D-ready Blu-ray player from a reputable manufacturer for $98 with bulit-in Wi-Fi, Netflix, Amazon VOD, and Pandora support? That’s just nuts. But that’s what the Sony … Continue reading

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The Best Shooting Challenges of the Year [Bestof2010]

This was a phenomenal year of Shooting Challenges. Your submissions were as beautiful as they were plentiful. Check out some of the best user-submitted images of 2010. More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/_OnKGw6ZhWY/the-best-shooting-challenges-of-the-year Diodes Inorated Diebold Dell Cypress Semiconductor

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Verify by Zurb lets you perform real-world usability testing for your website

For Web developers, designers and managers, each design change involves a ton of small and large decisions. What color scheme should we go with? Should this element be larger or smaller? What will people remember once they glance at my … Continue reading

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Centro Media Rakes In $22.5 Million

According to an SEC form D filed today, the Chicago based Centro.net has just raised a whopping $22.5 million in equity only funding. Listed on the SEC form are Centro CEO Shawn Riegsecker and FTV Capital Partner Eric Byunn as … Continue reading

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Top new and updated Windows apps of 2010

2010 has been one heck of a year for software development. We’ve seen scores of great new apps released and major updates for many of our favorites. “Release early, iterate often” has become the norm — with alpha and beta … Continue reading

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Bing Destinations serves up quick travel info for 3,000 cities worldwide

When you use your favorite search engine to pull up information about a particular city, Microsoft figures there’s a decent chance you’re thinking about traveling there. To help you research and make a decision faster, Bing has added Destination pages, … Continue reading

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WPP Buys Obama?s Campaign Agency Blue State Digital

Blue State Digital, the communications firm responsible for coordinating President Barack Obama’s online fundraising and social networking campaigns in the 2008 election, has been acquired by advertising giant WPP. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Blue State Digital is … Continue reading

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Angry Birds ‘level skip’ Mighty Eagle in-app purchase now available — costs $1!

Those cheeky, purse-squeezing capitalists over at Rovio have released yet another Angry Birds update. Not only does the latest version include some new levels (“Ham ‘em High”), but you can now buy the Mighty Eagle. It’s an in-app purchase, and … Continue reading

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Teach Parents Tech by Google helps you educate your folks

Teach Parents Tech is a new website by Google, that lets you send your mom, dad, or other older relatives short videos showing basic computer skills. The site itself is very friendly-looking; not just the part your mom and dad … Continue reading

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