T-Mobile gives gadget hounds a reason to geek out: 'Jump' offers two new upgrades per year
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E-BooksJudge: Apple Conspired With Publishers to Raise E-Book Prices

In a sweeping rejection of Apple’s strategy for selling electronic books on the Internet, a federal judge ruled that the company conspired with five major publishers to raise e-book prices. U.S. District Judge Denise Cote in Manhattan found “compelling evidence” that Apple violated federal antitrust law by playing a “central role” in a ... [Read More]

InstagramInstagram Adds Web Embedding via its Desktop Site

The real-time battle rages on. Instagram on Wednesday announced the latest in a string of recent updates, now allowing users to embed videos and photos taken with the photo-sharing application on site pages across the Web. Simply cut and paste the embed text from an Instagram page to your blog, and the video will appear on ... [Read More]

Google MapsGoogle Maps Gets Major Update on iOS and Android, Adds Discovery

Ever since Google Maps returned to iOS with a completely new UI last December, we knew it was only a matter of time until the Android app followed suit. The search giant even said this much when it launched a revamped web edition of Google Maps at I/O. On Wednesday, version 7 of Google Maps popped up in the Play store boasting a ... [Read More]

T-MobileT-Mobile 'Jump' Gives Customers Early Upgrades Twice a Year for $10/Month

T-Mobile announced a new device upgrade program for its no-contract customers Wednesday. The program allows these customers to get their hands on the latest and greatest phones at subsidized prices. The upgrade program, called Jump, makes it easier for people to upgrade to new devices and pay a lower price instead of ... [Read More]

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Thomas JeffersonFilter Success: The End of Social Discourse

237-ish years ago, a great, nascent political experiment fought its way into being. A government of the people, by the people and for the people – just writing the words makes you feel proud. Like many Americans during these past few weeks, I have started to question the state of our Union, and wonder about “the government” in ways I have not wondered about it before.  [Read More]

Shelly Palmer Digital Leadership Podcast Episode #41 – Matthew Herenstein, COO of Social Power

Social Power is a recently-launched, free digital platform that facilitates consumer control by allowing users to create and promote important initiatives that affect the everyday consumer. In today’s Connected World, it gives us the tools we need to affect change. Listen Now or Get it on iTunes

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No More Crowdfunding

I’m Starting to Kick Crowd-Funding Out of My Life

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I love the idea of crowd-funding, but what I find more and more often of late is that my money is wasted, the rewards I’m promised aren’t delivered and communication between the company I’m backing and me is less than ideal. It’s frustrating, and enough became enough. I’ve made the decision to (almost completely) stop crowd-funding projects… especially ones that have been way over-funded already. [Read More]

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