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Samsung’s Galaxy S4: The Real iPhone Killer Just Stood Up

Samsung used all the marketing and showmanship power at its disposal Thursday to take the wraps off its new Galaxy S4 smartphone, which highlights new ways for users to interact with a mobile device while improving the hardware that forms the foundation of its Galaxy product line ...

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Should Businesses Like a Facebook Graph Search Built on Likes?

So now we know why Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg have been so busy recruitingformer Google big brains: They coveted their mastery of algorithms, their sure-footedness in navigating mountains of Web-based data ...

Facebook Welcomes Newbies With Privacy Grand Tour

This latest round of improvements is only a step in the right direction, especially since it is focusing on the site's newest joiners, said Renay San Miguel, chief content officer for Splash Media "Newbies to Facebook can be some of the biggest security risks regarding what in...

Grumbling Begins Over Facebook’s Promoted Post Scheme

That's largely because Facebook's algorithms, although they can make some posts irrelevant, actually do a good job of pushing forward the more newsworthy content, said Renay San Miguel, chief content officer forSplash Media, a social media marketing firm based in Dallas. "Pro...

Twitter Sports More Mobile Style

"In terms of the redesign, it made the Twitter experience consistent across mobile platforms," Renay San Miguel, chief content officer for Splash Media, a social media marketing firm based in Dallas, told the E-Commerce Times. "It's clear it looks a lot like Facebook, with the background picture and the photo stream. There is more access to visuals and graphics. They've seen what Facebook has done to incorporate those and chose some of the things they think will work for Twitter."

Twitter Tweaks Search to Trim Tweet Mountains

As the site grows in size and influence, any change that makes it easier to sift through information are a step in the right direction, said Renay San Miguel, chief content officer for Splash Media "They move Twitter incrementally closer to being a social network with heft and...

Facebook Kills Credits, Starts Up Subscriptions

"Nearly every announcement that Facebook has made since the offering has tried to paint a picture of a company that has a good grip on its advertising services, mobile strategies, app development and now the fledgling F-commerce stream," Renay San Miguel, chief content officer for Splash Media, told the E-Commerce Times. "It's been all about regaining momentum lost because of the IPO."

Foursquare Tells Users Where to Go

"The best thing about the new Foursquare is the Explore function, which shows off the real power in this particular social network -- the ability to combine location-based services and real-time recommendations from users," Renay San Miguel, chief content officer at social media marketing firm Splash Media, told TechNewsWorld.

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The Incredible, Invulnerable, Indispensable Social Network

And you thought Apple was the only Teflon technology company out there. ...

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The Sweet Smell of Social Media Success – and the Funk of Failure

How's this for tying together Old Spice's winning social media strategy and Apple's current iPhone problems: While the cologne and deodorant company is ending the week smelling like a rose, Steve Jobs' tech colossus is in danger of stinking up the joint ...

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Lessons Learned From a Career Tweeted Away

It may be hard to believe in our current overheated cable news climate, but in the days and months after Sept. 11 -- and in the weeks following the 2003 invasion of Iraq -- CNN was actually doing its best to provide in-depth reporting and analysis of the Middle East. CNN International's Octavia Nasr was a key player for the network during that time. I know this for a fact because as an anchor for CNN Headline News, and fill-in anchor for CNN, I shared the set with her on several occasions, seeking her input on how America and the West were being covered by Middle East-based media outlets such as Al-Jazeera...

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No Kin Do: Microsoft Keeps Limping Into the Mobile Era

Even though I had no intention of ever buying a Kin (apparently like everybody else out there), I'm still pissed off at Microsoft for killing their latest attempt at the mobile phone market ...

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AT&T’s Winter, Spring and Summer of Discontent

"Orders for the iPhone 4 Top 600,000, Apple Says," according to a New York Times headline last Wednesday. Now that's a headline guaranteed to grab the nearest Mac fanboy, technology enthusiast and even casual geek by the lapels and slap the caramel mochaccinos right out of them. And if things hadn't fallen apart for Apple and AT&T during the iPhone pre-order process this week, several key groups would have been spinning that breaking news amongst themselves thusly:...

The Brilliant Future of the Portable Device Display

As director of marketing for the Qualcomm division that manufactures the Mirasol display technology, Cheryl Goodman is racking up the frequent flyer miles, thanks to the boom in the e-reader/tablet computer market. She's the one who educates journalists and analysts about Mirasol's promise of color e-reader screens, along with lower power consumption, better viewing in sunlight and a smaller environmental footprint...

Sony Embarks on a New Crusade With 3-D Gaming

The auditorium darkens, the audience members put on their 3-D glasses, and a screen fills up with point-of-view images of sci-fi warfare -- futuristic soldiers leaping from one military platform to another in special weaponized jetpacks, raining death and destruction ...

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A Gyroscope That Will Set the Tech World Spinning

You don't have to be an Apple fanboy to rave about the coolness on display during a typical Steve Jobs keynote presentation. Sure, like any good speaker or stand-up comic, Jobs knows where his guaranteed applause/laugh lines fall during the hour or so he's on stage, and he's well aware of who will be doing most of the laughing, oohing and aahing. It's better than a '60s sitcom laugh-track. But he's also playing to the rafters somewhat; knowing that there will be plenty of after-the-fact coverage of his keynotes, Jobs throws in new takes on technology that will truly impress the mainstream audience, not just the tech-savvy Mac acolytes...

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Rewriting the Language of 3-D: Q&A With Pixar Chief Scientist Loren Carpenter

If you're a parent of young children and you've sat through any number of bad "family" movies during a crowded matinee, then you've probably thanked Disney/Pixar for conjuring up the likes of Buzz Lightyear and Woody, Nemo and Dory, Mike and Sully, Mr. Incredible, Wall-E, Lightning McQueen and Remy the gourmand rat ...

D8’s Ballmer Show: Lashing Out and Fessing Up

It will probably come as a surprise to the millions of people who have already purchased one, but the Apple iPad is just another PC, according to Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, who made the comments this week during a recent on-stage interview at the D8 Conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif ...

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Jobs at WWDC: Taking the Stage With Chutzpah Only Apple Can Afford

Talk about dealing from a position of strength: Apple and Steve Jobs enter next week's Worldwide Developers Conference as kings of the tech industry hill, makers of must-have consumer products and generators of must-read technosphere headlines ...

Google Closes the Blinds on Windows

Claiming it was scared into reality by the Chinese hacking attacks of late last year, Google is phasing out employee usage of the Windows operating system due to security concerns, according to a report in the Financial Times ...

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