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As Twitter preps to go public, a look back at the performance of recent web IPOs (chart)

The most anticipated social media IPO since Facebook, Twitter will be priced at $17-$20 a share when it launches on the NYSE under the symbol TWTR in November. However, a stock’s initial share price doesn’t necessarily reflect how that stock will perform over time. Take a...

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Curved screen LG G Flex appears in benchmark results, specs revealed

The LG G Flex hasn’t even been officially announced yet, but we now have a good idea of what to expect inside the phone, if some recently surfaced AnTuTu benchmark results uncovered by Android Community are any indication. And it looks like the G Flex will...

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Hulu names former Disney exec as CFO

Hulu seems to love getting its leadership from its parent companies. Just weeks after it announced Mike Hopkins, a former executive at Fox, would take over as CEO after Jason Kilar left the position in January, the streaming video company has confirmed via blog post that...

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Is Google building a huge floating data center in SF Bay?

Maybe so. A locked-down mystery structure on San Francisco’s Treasure Island may be the beginning of a new Google data center that could make use of water-based cooling and wave-generated power, as outlined in a Google patent for a water-based data center.” More on that 2009...

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New Simple.tv pricing, features revealed: DVR for cord cutters will retail for $250

Simple.tv hasn’t said a whole lot about its upcoming second-generation DVR for cord cutters, except for saying that it will go on sale later this year and that the hardware is being manufactured by Silicondust — but a product page on Newegg.com just revealed some...

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FBI grabs $28 million of Dread Pirate Roberts’ Bitcoin booty – report

Yarrr, that must hurt. Forbes reports that the FBI has located a new stash of 144,000 Bitcoins, currently worth about $28.5M, that belongs to the Dread Pirate Roberts, the mastermind of the online criminal bazaar Silk Road. The agency took down the site three weeks...

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Games for the weekend: Dead Space

Games for the Weekend is a weekly feature aimed at helping you avoid doing something constructive with your downtime. Each Friday we’ll be recommending a game for Mac, iPhone or iPad that we think is awesome. Here is one cool enough to keep you busy...

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Here’s how much Smashwords authors will get paid through ebook subscription service Oyster

In the past couple of months, two ebook subscription services — Oyster and Scribd — have launched. Both aim to be a “Netflix for ebooks,” providing unlimited access to ebooks from a variety of publishers for a set monthly fee. Both Oyster and Scribd have...

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First Bitcoin ATM goes live next week: but does it have a purpose?

Virtual currency Bitcoin will tick off another milestone in its remarkable year of swings and scandals next week when the first permanent ATM will open for business in a Vancouver coffee shop. According to Wired, the ATM will go live on Tuesday, allowing anyone to...

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Obamacare website to work ‘smoothly’ by end of November, White House says

The government has finally set a deadline for fixing the troubled HealthCare.gov.  According to a Reuters report, Jeffrey Zients, the Obama administration’s new point man for the project, said the site would be working “successfully and smoothly” for the “vast majority” of consumers by the...

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