Lenovo Launches Yoga Tablet With Multiple Modes and a Side of Ashton Kutcher

Lenovo is bringing its Yoga design to tablets.
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All Grown Up? At Y Combinator’s 17th Demo Day, the New Consumer Was the Enterprise.

Y Combinator’s motto is “Make something people want,” but on Tuesday the target audience seemed to be companies.
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Ashton Kutcher on “Jobs”: “I Loved a Man I Never Knew”

Love, actually.
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Steve Jobs Movie Slammed by Critics — And Woz

Judging by the reviews for “Jobs,” many people will hope for more from Aaron Sorkin’s planned film about the former Apple CEO.

That Social Media Show

For lack of a better verb, I think the media kind of fucked it up.

— Ashton Kutcher’s current view of Twitter

Ashton Kutcher Dishes on the Mobile Market and What’s on His Phone

Not surprisingly, Kutcher is a big fan of Flipboard, Path and Couple — all companies he has invested in.
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Payments Startup Balanced Raises $2 Million

Balanced, a startup that focuses on bringing payments systems to network-based companies like Airbnb and Kickstarter, announced Tuesday that it raised $2 million in venture capital. Andreessen Horowitz participated in the round, along with CollabFund and a number of current and former Facebook employees. The ten-person startup had already raised $1.4 million in funds from Ashton Kutcher, Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky and Reddit CEO Yishan Wong, among others.

Everybody’s a Curator: Flipboard’s Mike McCue Talks About New Version of Social Magazine (Video)

I made a magazine about Pop-Tarts. Anyone have a problem with that?
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Facebook, Google and Twitter Partner With Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher Charity

Though actors Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher separated well over a year ago, the pair continue to collaborate on the charity work they began as a couple. Kutcher and Moore recently extended the mission of their joint foundation to combat the exploitation of children online, renaming it THORN: Digital Defenders of Children and enlisting tech companies like Facebook, Google and Twitter to support it.