>Those Facebookphones Are Now Foursquarephones Too

> INQ just revealed that its so-called Facebookphone is getting a location-based services layer supplied through Foursquare, with the check-in game deeply embedded in the OS. This move adds all sorts of additional powers to the phone without requiring running an app, and it’s a

>Those Facebookphones Are Now Foursquarephones Too

> INQ just revealed that its so-called Facebookphone is getting a location-based services layer supplied through Foursquare, with the check-in game deeply embedded in the OS. This move adds all sorts of additional powers to the phone without requiring running an app, and it’s a

>How Comcast’s Xfinity TV App Stacks Up Against HBO Go, Netflix

> Today, Comcast finally upgraded its mobile app, Xfinity TV, and now offers roughly 6,000 hours of On Demand content to subscribers who own the iPod Touch, iPhone, or iPad. The top players are all present–HBO, Showtime, Starz–making streaming premium

>How Comcast’s Xfinity TV App Stacks Up Against HBO Go, Netflix

> Today, Comcast finally upgraded its mobile app, Xfinity TV, and now offers roughly 6,000 hours of On Demand content to subscribers who own the iPod Touch, iPhone, or iPad. The top players are all present–HBO, Showtime, Starz–making streaming premium

>For 125th Anniversary, Coke Spills Onto iPad, Luxury Coffee Table Book

> We all know the people who collect Coke everything–shirts, fridge magnets, art. The company has a remarkable history of iconic ads. And now the ultimate Coke fiend can own that rich history in an app and a gorgeous book

>For 125th Anniversary, Coke Spills Onto iPad, Luxury Coffee Table Book

> We all know the people who collect Coke everything–shirts, fridge magnets, art. The company has a remarkable history of iconic ads. And now the ultimate Coke fiend can own that rich history in an app and a gorgeous book

>Amazon’s $0.99 Gaga Album Is Opening Salvo In Cloud War With Apple

> Lady Gaga is hot property in terms of brand promotion, meaning Amazon’s pulled off a huge coup: It’s offering her new album for just $0.99. As part of the deal, you get free access to 20GB of Amazon’s new (unlicensed?) cloud

>Amazon’s $0.99 Gaga Album Is Opening Salvo In Cloud War With Apple

> Lady Gaga is hot property in terms of brand promotion, meaning Amazon’s pulled off a huge coup: It’s offering her new album for just $0.99. As part of the deal, you get free access to 20GB of Amazon’s new (unlicensed?) cloud

>This Is What Happens When A Country Ditches Nuclear Power

> Japan’s Fukushima disaster did more than just ravage the surrounding area with radiation; it also freaked out every other country that relies on nuclear power. Germany’s reaction was perhaps the strongest–the country is now working without three quarters (16

>This Is What Happens When A Country Ditches Nuclear Power

> Japan’s Fukushima disaster did more than just ravage the surrounding area with radiation; it also freaked out every other country that relies on nuclear power. Germany’s reaction was perhaps the strongest–the country is now working without three quarters (16

>FRAMED* Solves The Problem Of Hanging Digital Art

> Finally, a display for 21st-century art that doesn’t look like it came from Best Buy. If digital fine art is going to get the respect it deserves, it needs to look as good on the wall as a Monet

>FRAMED* Solves The Problem Of Hanging Digital Art

> Finally, a display for 21st-century art that doesn’t look like it came from Best Buy. If digital fine art is going to get the respect it deserves, it needs to look as good on the wall as a Monet

>How Jack Dorsey’s Square Is Accidentally Disrupting The Entire Payments Industry

> The new payment system that Square launched today is going to have a profound effect on how people pay for stuff in the real world—perhaps as profound as the iTunes store has had on the distribution and sale of digital media.

>How Jack Dorsey’s Square Is Accidentally Disrupting The Entire Payments Industry

> The new payment system that Square launched today is going to have a profound effect on how people pay for stuff in the real world—perhaps as profound as the iTunes store has had on the distribution and sale of digital media.