Voices

A Blueprint for a Massive Mobile Company

The history of the toolbar provides an analog for mobile today.
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Silk Road Bust Raises Profile of So-Called “Dark Web”

That it exists is interesting. What you find on it isn’t.
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A Handy Guide to Deleting Digital Accounts

Feel like you get the runaround when you try to delete a social networking site or other Web services? This might help.
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New York Times Goes Down Again, and This Time Hackers Are to Blame

A “malicious external attack is suspected.”
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ATD Week in Review: Facebook Gets More Twittery and Kara’s Open Letter to Jeff Bezos

The week in AllThingsD, in one convenient post. You’re welcome!
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Not Just for Mobile Anymore: Flipboard Magazines Come to the Web

A desktop experience for the social magazine.
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Grovo, a “How-To” Video Company for Web Services and Apps, Raises $5.5 Million in Funding

Video tutorials are growing quickly online.
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Voices

If I Could Have Just One Functionality From My Streaming Video Services, This Would Be It …

Downloading is dying, “streaming won,” and yet we are in a no-man’s-land of not always being connected.
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Rackspace Builds a New Cloud for CERN, A.K.A. the Place That Invented the Web

A cloud that will help unlock the secrets of the universe.
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News Byte

Twitter Music Beefs Up Charts on the Web

Twitter on Friday updated the website for Twitter Music, the company’s music discovery service, to better emphasize its charts feature. The new site features top categories like “emerging,” “popular” and “hunted,” as well as breaking down music categories by genre. It’s a push to offer users easier music discovery and navigability. Charts are Web-only right now, but I’d guess it’ll be coming to the mobile app soon enough. No word on how well the service is doing since its launch in April.