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Evernote , the popular note-taking service, was once so short on cash and possibilities that it was facing the very real possibility of shutting down.
The other day I saw the announcement for the new Chrome OS test laptop and decided to sign up on the off-chance that I might be able to snag one. In the request form I made it very clear that I would be attempting to use this laptop for development (easily my primary activity).
My Photo of Zuck Gets Tsevis-ized Posted by Jolie O'Dell on December 21, 2010 · 3 Comments I am by no means a photographer; I just have access to a lot of tech people at fairly close range.
Fred Wilson is recommending developers invest first in Android and Fortune has a similar article about why 2011 is going to be the year that Android explodes.
At this moment, the must-read stories in technology are scattered across hundreds of news sites and blogs.
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Startups have flourished in 2010. The last 12 months have yielded some fantastic success stories.