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Mozilla confirms interim CEO as new top hire
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Mozilla in Europe On Monday, the Mozilla Corporation announced that its last-minute April hire for interim CEO, Chris Beard, has been permanently appointed to the position. Mozilla Executive Chairwoman Mitchell Baker confirmed the news in a blog post, stating that “the board has reviewed many internal and external candidates—and no one we met was a better fit.” Beard’s Mozilla […]

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Larry Flynt: “Writing is on the wall” for Hustler print mag thanks to Internet
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If you want to use a safe-for-work photo in an article about Hustler, a word to the wise: Stick to its casino offshoots. Laurie Avocado Hustler Magazine founder Larry Flynt has begun making the interview rounds to promote the pornography magazine’s 40th anniversary, but in a Monday interview with Bloomberg TV, the incendiary publisher spoiled the birthday party by […]

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Now you can tell the FCC to overturn state limits on municipal broadband
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The Federal Communications Commission just started taking public comments on whether it should preempt state laws that limit the growth of municipal broadband in Tennessee and North Carolina. Twenty states have passed such limits, which protect private Internet service providers from having to compete against cities and towns that seek to provide Internet, TV, and phone service to […]

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Facebook Pushing Messenger, Removing Messages from iOS, Android Apps
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Facebook users who want to send and receive messages via their iOS and Android devices will soon only be able to do so via the social network’s Messenger applications, as messaging will be removed from its flagship applications for both operating systems, Facebook confirmed to TechCrunch. (more…) New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.

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Facebook Wants Slingshot Panel Participants
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Facebook is looking for users of its new Slingshot photo- and video-sharing application to join a panel and take part in a three-month study. (more…) New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.

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Unveil the Power of Facebook's Audience Insight
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Facebook Unveil the Power of Facebook's Audience Insight Are you not able to target your audiences and see what matters to them? All you need is the right tool to get an insight about your audience’s location, their interests and behaviours. And Facebook has really tried hard to accomplish your goal. Recently it has launched […]

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How to Delegate Facebook Advertising
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Facebook How to Delegate Facebook Advertising If you’re going to allow someone else to manage your Facebook Advertising Campaigns on your behalf, you need to have payment arrangements in place for Facebook, and you need to add that individual to your Ads Manager account so that they can create ads for you and allow the […]

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Instagram planning to complete HTTPS rollout ‘soon,’ after developer exposes iOS flaw
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Instagram co-founder Mike Krieger has responded to the publication of a potential vulnerability on the app’s iOS version by noting that the company plans to finish upgrading to HTTPS for the entire service “soon.” Developer Stevie Graham went public with the vulnerability after Facebook failed to fix the issue. According to a Hacker News comment, […]

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Amazon starts a 3D printing shop with customizable products
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So far, Amazon’s contribution to the great wide world of 3D printing, where you are limited only by your imagination and stash of printing filament, is bobbleheads. Amazon has opened a 3D-printing marketplace, offering customers the ability to buy customized products and trinkets like earrings or figurines. To enable customization, Amazon has built a new interface on top […]

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It’s not just Verizon: All major US carriers throttle “unlimited” data
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Verizon Wireless One of the most common reactions to Verizon’s announcement that it will throttle the heaviest users of its “unlimited” 4G plans went something like this: “That’s the last straw, I’m switching to T-Mobile!” Unfortunately, switching to T-Mobile, AT&T, or Sprint won’t protect you from getting throttled, even if the carrier is claiming to […]

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15 must-have apps for Android Wear
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Last month at Google I/O, Android Wear was finally launched and two devices were released running the new platform; the Samsung Galaxy Gear Live and the LG G Watch. Android Wear may only be a month old, but there are already a number of great apps for the smartwatch platform emerging quickly. Developers have been updating their […]

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Why last click attributions breed bad decisions in a multi-device world
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Sam Barnett is the CEO and co-founder of Struq. The last click attribution model has always been flawed. It attempts to simplify complex conversion paths on a last come first served basis, and allows advertisers to ignore the vast amount of data available to them. With the rise of the multi device user, it is […]

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