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Posted On 09 Jul 2012 By Ben Drawbaugh. Under: Uncategorized.
It's Monday, which means it is time for you to listen into the recording booth when the Engadget HD podcast goes to mp3 at 8:30PM. Please be a part of it by reviewing the list of topics after the break, then participating in the live chat too. Continu...
Posted On 09 Jul 2012 By Jon Fingas. Under: Uncategorized.
Google has been talking up the prospects of integrating WebRTC into Chrome for the past several months. It's now ready to put theory into practice with a fresh beta of the web browser. The upgrade uses WebRTC to let typical microphones and webcams ta...
Posted On 09 Jul 2012 By Edgar Alvarez. Under: Uncategorized.
The idea of YouTube having premium content on its site isn't anything we're not familiar with, and according to French site Le Figaro, the Google-owned video giant's about to bring a similar styled service to the home of the Eiffel Tower. Rumor has i...
Posted On 09 Jul 2012 By Anthony Ha. Under: Uncategorized.
Late last month, Craigslist dealt a big blow to apartment search website PadMapper, sending creator Eric DeMenthon a cease-and-desist letter demanding that he take down any Craigslist postings on his site. Now DeMenthon has found a way to bring Craigslist back to PadMapper, though not in the way he would have liked.
Posted On 09 Jul 2012 By Brian Heater. Under: Uncategorized.
Last month at WWDC, Apple promised that consumers would be able to get their grubby paws on Mountain Lion come July. It looks like the latest version of OS X is one step closer to being fully-baked, with seeds of the Gold Master hitting the company's...
Posted On 09 Jul 2012 By Richard Lawler. Under: Uncategorized.
Senna This documentary about the life of legendary Formula One driver Ayrton Senna finally gets a US release on Blu-ray this week. If you haven't already watched it in theaters or on Netflix Watch Instantly then you should (trailer included after the...
Posted On 09 Jul 2012 By Josh Constine. Under: Uncategorized.
Tagged photos are Facebook's lifeblood, and it would be happy to suck them out of other apps. That's why I suspect Facebook will resurrect Face.com's facial recognition API, even though it just shut it down less than a month after acquiring the Israeli company. Reopening the API will let other apps' users easily tag their Facebook friends in photos...which can then be shared back to Facebook where they generate notifications, return visits, and engagement the social network can monetize with ads. It's all part of Facebook's on-going quest to become the Omni-news feed, collecting content from everywhere for data-mining and display.
It’s Official: Pinterest, SF Mayor Ed Lee Confirm Move To San Francisco, Lee Opens Pinterest Acct In Celebration
Posted On 09 Jul 2012 By Ingrid Lunden. Under: Uncategorized.
Pinterest is pinning its name on a new office door: the company today officially announced that it is moving its offices from Palo Alto to San Francisco, confirming our reports from June that were further confirmed this weekend by Pinterest's international growth executive Sarah Tavel. Pinterest tells us its office will be at 572 7th Street for now. The news was delivered today by San Francisco's mayor Ed Lee, who has rung in the news by launching his own Pinterest account.
Posted On 09 Jul 2012 By Zach Honig. Under: Uncategorized.
We've been generally unimpressed with the latest round of basic point-and-shoots, including those from Samsung's mid-range Smart series, but we do tend to take heed whenever a manufacturer opts to focus on optics rather than bumping up the megapixel ...
Posted On 09 Jul 2012 By Sarah Perez. Under: Uncategorized.
Online sharing service Shareaholic just released new data showing that Pinterest is now beating out Twitter, StumbleUpon, Bing, and Google in referral traffic (not Google organic, of course). The study is based on Shareoholic's network of over 200,000 publishers, which reaches more than 270 million people monthly. The company has been keeping its eye on Pinterest this year, finding in January that the emerging social network had topped Google+, LinkedIn and YouTube combined, for example. And in February, Pinterest beat out Twitter for the first time.