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In the wake of Yahoo’s $US1.1 billion acquisition of beloved social platform Tumblr, it’s perhaps worth looking back what the company did after it caught — and gutted — another big fish. Yes, Yahoo’s a different company now, especially with Marissa Mayer at the helm. And Tumblr, along with its price tag, are an order of magnitude larger than Flickr was when Yahoo bought it. There are differences.
Microsoft announced Windows Phone 8 today, complete with multi-core support, a new Start screen, native code sharing with its forthcoming Windows 8, a new Wallet feature for mobile payments, SD card support, more screen resolution support and IE 10. And there’s still more to come in today’s Windows Phone Summit. Phew.
Microsoft’s event today was long on promise and short on specs. RAM? We dunno. Processor speed? We dunno. Price? We dunno. Release date? We dunno. But even a very brief hands-on made something abundantly clear: it’s a super solid device and if Microsoft can deliver what it demoed, the iPad finally has a real competitor and Android has a big problem.
Dan Lyons, the guy who used to be Fake Steve Jobs, has a story today that asks, “Once upon a time we put a man on the moon. Now we pee our pants over retina displays. WTF happened to us?” The answer is really easy: We’re the same as we’ve always been. We love to watch things change.
Twitter has a new logo! And it also has a whole bunch of rules about how you can and can not use that new logo.
For coastal cities, rising sea levels due to climate change are questions of when and how high, not if. San Francisco’s Burrito Justice created this amazing poster that shows what the city would look like after the waters rose.
Google Maps today announced it is rolling out offline maps for mobile and improving the 3D capabilities of its maps via aerial data. It’s a major overhaul, one that comes in the face of Google reportedly losing one of its biggest partners.