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PT. Facebook shareholders have sued the social network, CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and a number of banks, alleging that crucial information was concealed ahead of Facebook's IPO. The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court in Manhattan this morning, charges the defendants with failing to disclose in the critical days leading up to Friday's initial public offering "a severe and pronounced reduction" in forecasts for Facebook's revenue growth, as users more and more access Facebook through mobile devices, according to Reuters, which cited a law firm for the plaintiffs. (The case: Brian Roffe Profit Sharing Plan v. Earlier this month, Facebook updated its filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission to say that the shift to smartphones and other mobile gadgets is cutting into the prices it can set for advertisers, which would in turn hurt the company's revenue.
The issue may already be well on its way to becoming a political one, too. Surprise! OS X Mountain Lion Roars Into Existence (For Developers Today, Everyone This Summer) Confirmed: Apple can still surprise.
On July 20 of last year, Apple began a journey. With OS X Lion (aka OS X 10.7), the company started taking some of what they had learned from iOS, and the iPad specifically, and putting it in their more mature OS. Today, that transition continues with OS X Mountain Lion. Yes, Apple is already ready to show off the next version of OS X — technically 10.8 — just seven months after the last version was released. Actually, it hasn’t even been a full seven months. For the past week, I’ve been using an initial demo version of OS X Mountain Lion. So what’s new? The best way to think of OS X Mountain Lion may be to think back to OS X Snow Leopard (10.6). To be fair, while Snow Leopard mainly focused on improvements in speed and size, Mountain Lion actually packs a bunch of new features.
I’ll give the rundown of those first. iCloud Apple says there are now over 100 million iCloud accounts. One key addition is Documents in the Cloud. Messages. Podcast Software List - Many Platforms Including Windows, Macintosh and Linux. A list by Scott Clark Used by hundreds of websites providing help to podcast listeners.
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CES. Vizio – Partnership & Collaboration. Vizio has some quite amazing, technology emerging onto the scene’s today.
Their laptops, desktops, tablets and all are pretty looking, and all appear to have some astounding audio/video display’s, as well as sleek hardware designs. This becoming ever so possible as well due to the awesome partnerships, and collaborations they have managed to group up, teaming up with the likes of Microsoft, and many others. Just listen to, Nick Parker Vice President of OEM Marketing at Microsoft, & Scott McManigal Vice President & Senior Director of Design, at Vizio, as they tell the tale for the all new Vizio Entertainment Ecosystem. Like this: Like Loading... About Cloud Tops I enjoy web design & helping people on the web.
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Announced by Steve Ballmer at Microsoft’s final CES keynote, the technology is coming with the official Microsoft Kinect SDK, which has been in beta testing since June 2011, and includes Near Mode, a setting to focus and trail objects as close as 50cm away — perfect for at-the-desk use. Available for pre-order at Amazon for $249.99, Kinect for Windows is going to open the door to all kinds of new experiences in Windows, from gaming to virtual keyboards and recognition software. An unanswered question at this time, though, is whether or not the new hardware will work with the open-sourced drivers currently fueling so much innovation in the developer community. Autodesk Labs. Embed a 3D wall of photos & videos on your site.
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