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Gmail Priority Inbox to sort your messy inbox by priorities

Google is rolling out Priority Inbox for Gmail. For Google apps user it will be rolled out next week. The idea is to handle messy inboxes, by applying rules. Take a look at the video:

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Youtube now opens a film section with more then 400 free titles

You are not going to find blockbusters but it is quite a move for youtube: YouTube Movies Browse movies, from great documentaries such as home to films nobody knows because probably they don’t have any rights, or they are so old that they have expired. Anyway, take if there is nothing on TV, it is […]

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Voice Talker

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Facebook Places Video

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Downhill in a new Suit with Roller Blade Wheels

Crazy guys…

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Evo vs. iPhone: second round

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Video: An EVO 4G Salesman Confronts An iPhone 4 Shopper

((created by TechCrunch Europe)

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Steve Jobs at D8 conference

Steve Jobs talks about flash Steve Jobs on iPhone origin Steve Jobs on Apple’s relation with Google Steve Jobs on iAds restrictions Steve Jobs on the Gizmodo Story (iPhone 4G stolen) Steve Jobs on Television Steve Jobs on AT&T

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Why are we happy? How to fix the legal system and the science of motivation

Three TED talks selected by Dan Ariely, the author of Predictably Irrational and the new Upside of Irrationality (launched on the 1st June). Dan Gilbert asks, Why are we happy? Ways in which regulations can choke motivation: Philip K. Howard and four ways to fix a broken legal system Dan Pink on the surprising science […]

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Google TV is here

Google officially unveiled Google TV at its Google I/O conference. Google is teaming up with Intel, Sony and Logitech for Google TV. The device is not designed to replace your cable or satellite box, but work alongside it: The goal is to be able to view web content and television content side-by-side from the same interface. This […]

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Evernote Competitor Springpad Launches Killer Android App

Springpad is an awesome app. Like Evernote, it allows you to save items in a virtual notebook of sorts. But the app doesn’t stop at saving information; it also pulls in actionable links. For example, if you “save” a movie, you also save links to buy tickets for a local theatre or add that film […]

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The Future of News

Following with the series of Jeff Jarvis videos, here another video that discusses about the business of news which is changing radically. The old-time economics of supporting a big newsroom, printing the news on paper and getting it to people’s doorsteps seems increasingly unsupportable given the exodus of advertising dollars to internet sites. If you […]

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Jeff Jarvis on privacy, publicness & penises

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Jeff Jarvis interview with BestBuy

“What Would Google Do?” author, journalist and blogger Jeff Jarvis talks about the impact of the digital world on society and business and what it means for the future of Best Buy.

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Jeff Jarvis: This is Bullshit

As you know there are few books that I keep mentioning because I love. One of them is “What Would Google Do?” from Jeff Jarvis. I also listen every week to Jeff  (Gina Trapani and Leo Laporte) in “This Week in Google” or TWiG. I follow him in twitter… so basically I like the way […]

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