Wednesday, October 19, 2011

The Sift 286-290

The Sift 286: Entertainment, Technology, Fun and Games
  • Addicted to Angry Birds? Here’s Help
  • NBC, TNT and TBS iPad apps add full-length episodes, won't bring back Steve Carell
  • I Might Not Be An Author
  • Netflix spins DVD-by-mail service off into Qwikster, says it's 'done' with price changes
  • Could Homer Simpson get his own channel?

The Sift 287: Entertainment and Technology
  • Rebrickable Offers New Things to Build with Old LEGO Sets
  • Disney to Re-release 4 Hit Animated Movies in 3D
  • Hulu Could Get New Episodes of Arrested Development
  • This concept wants you to smell it, smell it, Smellit
  • DirecTV's five tuner, RVU-ready HR34 DVR revealed

The Sift 288: Microsoft
  • Improvements in Windows Explorer
  • Designing the Windows 8 file name collision experience
  • Comcast, Verizon & HBO Coming to Xbox Live
  • Will Microsoft Make Another Run at Acquiring Yahoo?
  • Microsoft shows off Xbox Live on Windows 8

The Sift 289: Social Media
  • Taliban, NATO Spar on Twitter After Kabul Attack
  • Report: Facebook Delaying Its IPO Until Late 2012
  • Twitter Now Available in Five New Languages
  • Facebook Revamps Friend Lists
  • Twitter’s Jack Dorsey: "What Can We Do Better?"

The Sift 290: Apple
  • Will There Ever Be Another Steve Jobs?
  • Financial Times App Exits iTunes Store
  • Sprint begins iPhone briefings, exact model number remains questionable
  • Report: Foxconn's Brazil factory ready for business, will begin shipping iPads in December
  • iPhone 4S, New iPods & Siri: Everything You Need to Know About Apple’s Big Day

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