The Nexus 10 Hands-On: Solid Tablet, But Not Cheap Enough Against iPad?

nexus10-1 I've been testing Google's new Nexus 10 tablet for the past few days, and there's plenty to love. It's fast, has a great screen and nice sound. There are plenty of the key apps I like. It offers content galore through Google Play. But at the same price as the basic iPad and only $100 less than the iPad Retina, it'll face a challenge to woo customers away. The Nexus 7: Price Is Compelling Google is growing its Nexus line of tablets up from the Nexus 7 to the Nexus 10 right at the same time Apple's growing its iPad line of tablets down from the iPad to the iPad Mini. Big or small, both ha [...]


Up Close With Twitter’s New “Timeline Widgets”

twitter-logo-2012-new Want to embed on a web page all the tweets from a particular Twitter account, favorites from an account, tweets by those on a Twitter list or Twitter search results for a topic? Twitter's had individual widgets allowing this before, but now those have been replaced with a new, unified interactive timeline widget. Not only can people see tweets, but they can also respond to them, from any web page. Account-Based Timeline Here's example of a new interactive timeline. In this case, I've made an account-based one, linked to our Marketing Land account on Twitter: Tweets by @Marketingland // [...]


Why Adams & Not Others: Twitter’s Suspension Of Journalist’s Account In #NBCFail Flap Raises Questions

Guy Adams On CNN Yesterday, journalist Guy Adams, who writes for The Independent, found his Twitter account had been suspended. The reason? Twitter claimed he tweeted the email of an NBC executive in charge of that network's Olympics coverage in a way that violated Twitter's rules on privacy. But why suspend Adams and not so many others, including celebrities, who have done the same thing? Adams is back on Twitter now, saying that Twitter emailed him that NBC retracted its original complaint. This follows on news today that Twitter itself may have tipped NBC to the tweet and suggested a way that it co [...]


Facebook Now Allows Users To Edit Comments

Have no fear, the next time you make an errant comment on Facebook you won't have to delete it forever.  Facebook rolled out comment editing along with a history of edits.  Rival Google+ has had this popular functionality since its inception, something that appears to be used with regularity. Editing a Facebook comment is simple, but currently must be performed on the web version -- no support for mobile or webiste comment widgets exists.  A nice feature with the comment editing system is that a comment history will also accompany all comments so the initial context can still be found. [...]


Google’s Eric Schmidt To Speak At CES, YouTube To Keynote

ces Having the top Microsoft executive keynote the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is an annual tradition. For Google, its top executives hardly seem to speak. That's changing this year, as Google chairman Eric Schmidt will be appearing at CES, at least on a panel. Schmidt Talks Consumer Electronics We just got word from Google that Schmidt will be on the CNET Presents the Next Big Thing in Consumer Electronics panel, happening on January 10th. The full panel includes: Tim Baxter, President, Consumer Electronics Division, Samsung Electronics America Bill Gurley, General Partner, Be [...]


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