Clayton Christensen Talks Venture Capital, Crowd Funding, And How To Measure Your Lifeview story

http://techcrunch.com – Editor’s note: Derek Andersen is the founder of Startup Grind, a 40-city community bringing the global startup world together while educating, inspiring, and connecting entrepreneurs. There are few people whose impact on entrepreneurs and business in general you hear about as frequently as Clayton Christensen. (IT news)

Where The Free Software Movement Went Wrong (And How To Fix It)view story

http://techcrunch.com – The biggest change I’ve seen in the tech industry in the past decade isn’t social media, cloud computing, big data, consumerization or even mobile. It’s the mainstream acceptance of open source. Even 10 years ago open source was controversial. Back then “open vs. proprietary” arguments would still erupt at meetings and parties. (IT news)

[Q] Unable to delete Kobo (system app)view story

http://forum.xda-developers.com – hi! I have a HTC One S (from Virgin Canada), rooted. I used Titanium Backup to delete some bloatware but I am unable to delete Kobo. I tried to remove it with TB, everything seems ok but after I restart my device, it's here again (like frozen: can't see it but it does appear in TB listing). 1. I'm wondering : is there other locations other than /system/app where apps can have files? (HowTos)

Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch model price cutview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Amazon announced today that it was cutting the price on both versions of its largest Kindle device, the Kindle Fire HD 8.9. The WiFi only version of the tablet was priced at $299 in the U.S. and will see its price drop to $269. The price cut for the 4G enabled version is more dramatic, going from $499 down to $399. According to Amazon, they sell their Kindle devices at cost. (IT news)

Facebook's About Page Redesign Is A Graph Search Data Grabview story

http://techcrunch.com – Years ago Facebook made a wildly successful data grab by putting About details at the top of the profile. Now with its Timeline redesign‘s “Suggested” sections, Facebook could fill out Graph Search by making it easy to select and show off where you’ve been, what you Like, and what you’ve watched, read, and listened to. (IT news)

Please help: Moon+ Reader Pro's image zoomview story

http://www.mobileread.com – I MUST be missing something. I am so frustrated with Moon+ Reader right now. I use a lot of books with small pictures in line with text: Harry Potter, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, etc. Whenever a picture is large enough to cover most of a screen, trying to turn the page results in MoonReader popping up a round blue zoom button. (HowTos)

B&N Widens The Screen For Nook Video, Adds Content From Lionsgate, MGM, Paramount, Relativity, Nat’l Geographic And Moreview story

http://techcrunch.com – Barnes & Noble last week noted that Q3 Nook revenues were down some 28% over last year on a hardware slump, but the company also saw a rise of 13.1% on content sales — and today it’s announcing some key deals that it hopes will boost that line of business even further. (IT news)

This week NBC brought good newsview story

http://androidforums.com – This week NBC brought good news Naruto Shippuden Episode 303 This week NBC brought good news for fans of their new shows, when they gave full season orders to Revolution, Go On and The New Normal. But now the Big Bang Theory Season 6 Episode 18 network has bad news for fans of a couple returning Two and a Half Men Season 10 Episode 18 comedy series. (General)

[ubuntu] How to change autoplay settings for a Kindle?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I hope that this is in the right section; if not, I apologize. My Ubuntu/Gnome *constantly* tries to open my Kindle in Rhythmbox- even sticking an invasive "OPEN THIS WITH RHYTHMBOX PLZ? :D" bar above every folder window I have it open in (this prevents me from alt-tabbing through the tabs I have open, i.e. (Hardware)

As Moveline, The TechStars-Backed Moving App, Expands To New Cities, We Test Out The Serviceview story

http://techcrunch.com – Reports suggest, and I have independently confirmed, that moving is one of the most awful, stressful, painful processes you can experience in a lifetime. Yet the cost of living in NY forces many to move around each year, when their lease expires, popping from place to place. I’ve lived in New York since 2007, and I’ve moved no less than eight times. (IT news)