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As Big Media and Corporate Sites Ail, Media as a Service (MaaS) Medicates

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For ailing big corporate sites, Joe Ward has a vision that is astonishing and disruptive. Call it Media as a Service -- or MaaS. Joe Ward's xTV is a real product and a prescient vision of things to come.
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The Brave New World of Publishing: Eric Searleman Reports

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Eric Searleman reports on how the publishing industry is changing. It's an exciting time for authors, but publishers must innovate or go the way of the Trash 80.
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HTC One vs Samsung Galaxy S4 Compared: Seth Heringer Deep Dive

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It's the battle of the smartphones at aNewDomain. Seth Heringer compares the HTC One vs the Samsung Galaxy Nexus S4. Who wins? His answer will surprise you.
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Bitcoin 2013: How to Mine Your Own Bitcoin infographic

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And now we're hearing that Winklevoss Capital is setting up Bit Instant to be the site to manage, buy and sell Bitcoins. Breaking. Check out the How to Mine Your Own Bitcoins infographic.
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How P2P Vacation Rentals Are Changing the Travel Industry

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Who needs a hotel room anymore? With Airbnb, VRBO and others, the travel industry is changing for the better for travelers. Russ Johnson explains how peer-to-peer marketplaces provide more authentic experiences and are cheaper.
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Dino Londis: The New Obsolescense and Accelerating Moore’s Law

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Moore's Law, which predicts that computers get twice as fast and cost half as much every 18 months, is accelerating. Here's why it matters. Obsolescence.
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Adobe MAX 2013: Let Them Eat Cloud

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Creative Suite in licensing form is dead, as everyone learned at Adobe MAX 2013. There's lots of angry people around that for sure -- and a petition going around. But it's not all bad news. Here's what else Adobe showed at the show. Analysis from our Madison Andrews.
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Five Ways to Reuse Old Computers: Test Bench to Backup Server

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Here are five ways to reuse old computers. Make them test systems, backup servers with software like Karen's Replicator, parts farms ... here's how to do it
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Android Smartphone Satellites: NASA Launches Nexus One PhoneSats

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Android smartphone satellites in space. We kid you not: NASA launched three souped up Google Nexus One PhoneSats nto orbit. Madison Andrews reports.
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Earth Day 2013: How to Recycle Electronics, Tech Toy Poison Fixes

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Here's the end-all be-all guide on how to recycle electronics. Don't toss your tech toys and poison everyone around you. Madison Andrews tells you everything you need to know about how to recycle electronics -- smartphones, tablets, desktops, you name it -- no matter where on the Earth you are. A How To guide.
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Freeware Friday: aCar for Android Reduces Your Carbon Footprint

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aNewDomain.net – I drive a lot for my job — sometimes more than 30,000 miles per year. So it’s essential for me to keep my automobile expenses in check. Armand Avanes’ aCar app for Android is my favorite mobile money manager, and it’s my pick for Freeware Friday. Here’s a screenshot of the aCar app for Android: […]
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Demo Mobile 2013: The Internet of Things, Live Panoramas and Beer

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aNewDomain.net — At Demo Mobile 2013 in San Francisco, I watched Mickey McManus, President and CEO of Maya Design, present the audience with two helicopter drones, a wristwatch and a bunch of illuminated balls that rolled about the stage. Projected on-screen was a mobile app. McManus lifted his finger and proceeded to drag a green dot pulling a virtual […]
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Alan Wallace: Windows 8 Needs Stardock, But I Don’t

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Alan Wallace throws in the towel on Stardock and its Windows 8 enhancing software. Why? Here's the sad tale he has to tell.
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Podcast Management That Rocks: BeyondPod for Android

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Our Jeremy Lesniak reviews BeyondPod for Android. He says podcast management just doesn't get any finer. Here's why.
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Social Media in Emergency Management: The Digital Public Information Officer

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anewdomain.net – You probably know how social media helps in emergency situations. Especially during and after disasters like Hurricane Sandy, Hurricane Isaac and the Connecticut school shootings. Social media is a powerful tool for public information officers (PIOs), too, if they know how to use it.   Even so, there’s a continuing debate about social media […]
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BlueAnt Ribbon Bluetooth Streamer: Elegant Design, Amazing Price (review)

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Our reviews editor Sandy Berger sees a ton of gadgets, services, software, hardware and apps. It's rare she finds one so well-designed and priced that she recommends it without equivocation. The BlueAnt Ribbon Bluetooth Streamer is the exception. She raves about its bang for the buck sound quality, functionality and elegant design. Here's why.
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In Conversation with Author Andrea Weckerle, Civility in the Digital Age

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Madison Andrews interviews Andrea Weckerle, author of a new book that deals with the growing problem of online haters and reputation bashers. First in a series of VIP interviews, Madison and Weckerle explore the issues in Weckerle's book, Civility in the Digital Age: How Companies and People Can Triumph over Haters, Trolls, Bullies, and Other Jerks, available now at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble book sellers.
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Google Fiber Austin: The Ideal Second Stop (commentary)

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Our Austin-based editor, Madison Andrews, is chomping at the bit in Austin at the idea of Google Fiber Austin. There's a big event Google and the City of Austin are holding on Tuesday -- and Madison is holding her breath.
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Reverse Lookup for Android: Freeware Friday

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Do you screen calls? Avoid unknown callers like malaria? Reverse Lookup for Android is freeware that beats similar online systems in functionality and its in-app capabilities set it apart from the rest of the pack. Our Jeremy Lesniak, a ruthless call screener selects Reverse Lookup for Android as this week's Freeware Friday pick. Nice.
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Dino Londis: On Avatars and Telecommuting

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aNewDomain.net—Telecommuting is on the rise. In April 2010, Inc. Magazine  found that if employees worked from home half the time, they stood to gain back 100 lost productivity hours. Employees enjoyed working remotely, too, except for one thing. They missed the day-to-day interactions with fellow employees. Avatars are an intriguing way to augment the remote experience and […]
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