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March 5, 2012, 8:25 AM

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Naveen Selvadurai / STREAM:
next  —  three years ago this week, when dennis and i were putting the finishing touches on the vision for this company, we had a hundred or so beta testers who helped us reach the finish line.  we went down to sxsw to tell the world about foursquare.  —  it's hard to believe that now …
Chris Ziegler / The Verge:
Android ‘Key Lime Pie’ comes after Jelly Bean  —  We've been tipped by a reliable source today that Google will be using the name “Key Lime Pie” for the version of Android that comes after Jelly Bean (in fact, the information comes from the very same source that tipped us to the Jelly Bean codename last year).
Economist:
Taking the long view  —  INSIDE a remote mountain in Texas, a gargantuan clock is being pieced together, capable of telling the time for the next 10,000 years.  Once the clock is finished, people willing to make the difficult trek will be able to visit the vast chamber housing it …
Wall Street Journal:
Plans for ‘TV Everywhere’ Bog Down in Tangled Pacts  —  It was dubbed “TV Everywhere.”  But for many TV viewers, it has had trouble going anywhere.  —  Nearly three years after Time Warner Inc. and Comcast Corp. kicked off a drive to make cable programming available online for cable subscribers …
More: Gizmodo
Matt Creamer / AdAge:
Apple's First Marketing Guru On Why ‘1984’ Is Overrated  —  Regis McKenna On Advising Startups and How He Helped Steve Weather ‘Antennagate’  —  When a young Steve Jobs needed a marketing expert, he called Intel to ask who made their sharp-looking ads and was told “Regis McKenna.”
More: GizmodoThanks:@matt_creamer
Edward Gay / New Zealand Herald:
Dotcom extradition papers filed  —  The United States Government has filed its application to have Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom and three associates extradited to face charges of breaching copyright.  —  Crown Law is handling the case on behalf of the US Government.
The Denso Blog:
Readability + Denso = Watchability  —  Readability is the hot new kid on the block which launched its gorgeous new iOS app last week.  Readability provides you with a multi-platform way to enjoy reading and lets you time (and place shift) reading to your favorite device.
Kara Swisher / AllThingsD:
Exclusive: Yahoo Labs Head Raghavan Departing to Google  —  Prabhakar Raghavan, the well-respected head of Yahoo's Labs unit and also recently its head of strategy, is leaving the company to take a job at Google.  —  The departure comes ahead of possibly deep cuts in his division …
Sean Hollister / The Verge:
Razer Blade review  —  Long story short, you'll want to use a mouse, and assuming you will, that frees up the four-inch screen and those dynamic adaptive tactile keys for the other, far more interesting things they can do.  Namely, macros and touchscreen apps.
Hal / App Inventor Edu:
Announcing: MIT App Inventor Open Beta Preview  —  The MIT Center for Mobile Learning is delighted to announce that we're meeting our goal of making MIT App Inventor available as a public service in the first quarter of 2012.  —  For the past two months, we have been conducting a closed test …
More: SlashGear and MAKE

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Microsoft:
Kinect SDK 2.0 and new adapter kit now available  —  Read more from Technical Fellow Alex Kipman about the next chapter for Kinect.
Zoho:
Ringio helps sales teams close more deals by bringing Click To Call to Zoho CRM  —  This is a guest post by Sam Aparicio, CEO of Ringio.  —  Today we are announcing a new integration with Zoho that brings Ringio's Click To Call …
Exitround:
Lessons learned: Justin Kan & Josh Felser discuss how to build and sell a company for hundreds of millions  —  Exitround recently held an event with speakers Justin Kan and Josh Felser at 500 Startups in San Francisco.
AdExchanger:
Adelphic And Affiperf: No Cookie Targeting?  No Problem  —  Brand marketers might not be diving into mobile video advertising, yet, but they're certainly wading in.  That caution is well-founded since measurement …
 

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