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Why The Future Of Search May Look More Like Yahoo Than Googleview story

http://techcrunch.com – When Nirvana was cool Rewind to the late 90s. Almost everything you needed – email, news, sports, stocks, maps and more – was conveniently on one site: Yahoo!. Yahoo! was the “portal” to the Internet that strived to deliver everything you could ever want on its own properties. The crazy thing is how successful Yahoo! was at this. (IT news)

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Just migrated from blackberry to iphone to android and need some helpview story

http://androidforums.com – Hello everybody, i was a blackberry user who went to iphone 4s for some time and now i just went with android. I just bought my Htc One X. Very nice phone. I just have one question....I would like to know is there anyway to get my emails any faster in android? (General)

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Accessory $15 for sale Samsung Galaxy S3 Battery Back Covers leather carbonfiber aluminumview story

http://androidforums.com – Cant post pics yet email me or text for picturesssss!!!!!! Samsung galaxy s3 back door battery covers aluminum Carbon fiber Leather 15$ each gottta have it! Local pickup in new york long island queens city or PAYPAL High quality replacement battery back covers for your new samsung galaxy s3. (General)

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Copyright symbolview story

http://forums.cpanel.net – I'm new to cPanel, I'd been with Yahoo for a few years and with Yahoo it was just the case of a click of a button on the Yahoo Sitebuilder and everything was done for you, so this is all so very new to me and a great learning curve, anyway I was wondering if anyone could to my why my copyright symbol looks like this: mindconn.com © copyright 2009 that A with the little mark above it isn't there (HowTos)

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How Long Will Programmers Be So Well-Paid?view story

http://techcrunch.com – Last week Glassdoor published its most recent software engineering salary report. Short version: it pays to code. Google and Facebook employees earn a base salary of ~$125K, not counting benefits, 401k matching, stock options/grants, etc., and even Yahoo! developers pull in six figures. (IT news)

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Social Annotation Site Diigo.com Recovering After Domain Hijacking Nightmareview story

http://techcrunch.com – Diigo, a social bookmarking and annotation site, is finally back online 50 hours after the domain was first hijacked. It’s an incredible story that involves crisis management, blackmail, investigative research, payoffs, a clever thief, and points to potential problems with the domain name registry system that could affect anyone with a website. (IT news)

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Yahoo! Is Testing Out New Logo Ideas, Still Isn’t Dropping The !view story

http://techcrunch.com – Yahoo is looking to make a clean break with some aspects of its past with Marissa Mayer now at the helm — and one of those, it seems, could be its logo. A TC reader says that he was asked to take an online survey, “and it turned out to be all about asking me to compare Yahoo’s current logo to a potential new logo,” he tells us. (IT news)

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Apple Now Has $121.3 Billion In Cash: More Than Amazon’s Market Cap Or A Space Stationview story

http://techcrunch.com – It’s easy to forget the big picture when you report on a quarterly earnings. Apple has seen a tremendous year. With $156 billion in revenue representing 45 percent growth compared to 2011, and an incredible 61 percent increase of net income compared to 2011. (IT news)

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Yahoo! Follows Through On Closing Korean Business, Cuts Around 200 Jobsview story

http://techcrunch.com – According to Reuters, Yahoo! is actively closing down its Korean business and cutting around 200 jobs. We’ve reached out to Yahoo! for comment and confirmation and will update you as soon as we hear back. This shutdown was already reported, and it was supposed to happen by “the end of the year.” The end of the year has apparently happened. Yahoo says cutting about 200 jobs. (IT news)

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Yelp Pays $50M To Acquire Its Big European Rival, Qype, To Beef Up Its Recommendations And Listings Businessview story

http://techcrunch.com – This just in: online recommendations and listings site Yelp is stepping up its international push and buying its biggest rival in Europe, Qype. It will pay €18.6 million for all of Qype’s shares and is adding another 970,000 shares of Yelp’s Class A common stock, for a total purchase price of approximately $50 million. Qype is headquartered in Germany, with operations across Europe. (IT news)