Microsoft Says It Isn’t Abandoning Xbox Music, Promises It Will Suck Less Shortly

Wednesday, July 23, 2014 18:18
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Screen Shot 2014-07-23 at 5.03.21 PM During Microsoft’s earnings call yesterday, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella indicated that his company would “streamline” its work in music and video. That was interpreted in some cases to imply that Microsoft was walking away from Xbox Music, its beleaguered Spotify competitor. Read More


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Life On Kim Kardashian’s D-List

Wednesday, July 23, 2014 17:38
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kimk Is there anything Kim Kardashian can’t sell? The Kim Kardashian: Hollywood game is now #1 in the App Store with a 5-star rating and more than 140,000 reviews. It’s slated to gross an estimated $200 million in annual revenue and the stock price for the company that created it, Glu Mobile, has nearly doubled in the last month! I’d been hearing about this game for a couple weeks. Read More
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Microsoft Parodies “I’m Sexy And I Know It” And It’s The Worst

Wednesday, July 23, 2014 17:20
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Screen Shot 2014-07-23 at 4.01.11 PM The OneNote team has been active lately, making their product free across all platforms, and hosting a successful Reddit AMA session that included an adorkable verification video. Then they decided to reach. Small tip: If you are technology team in any capacity, either a tech-focused VC group, a phone company, or a software development team, leave the parodies to Weird Al and the singing to… Read More

The Server Needs To Die To Save The Internet

Wednesday, July 23, 2014 16:56
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8475764430_fe071367ba_z Do we have the Internet we deserve? There’s an argument to say that yes, we absolutely do. Given web users’ general reluctance to pay for content. We are of course, paying. Just not with cold hard cash, but with our privacy — as digital business models rely on gathering and selling intel on their users to make the money to pay (the investors who paid) for the free service. Read More