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eBay Is Changing Its Logo To This

eBay announced that it is changing its logo. The old one is still in place on the site, but the company says it’s making the new one available next month. They did, however, provide a preview of what it will look like, and here it is: Here’s what it looks like in some different settings: eBay President Deven Wenig had …

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Twitter API Version 1.1 Brings More Regulation To Apps

The Twitter API is everywhere these days. People are Tweeting from all corners of the Web from just about every app. It’s so popular due to its relative openness where people can use the Twitter API in different and interesting ways. Unfortunately, Twitter is putting a stop to that next year. Twitter announced that they are moving to version 1.1 …

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LinkedIn’s Mobile Head Tells How a Small Team Transformed the Company’s Mobile Strategy

When Kiran Prasad joined LinkedIn in January of 2011, the company had an iPhone app – but just barely. The mobile design philosophy up until then had been to try and implement all of the features of LinkedIn on the web by throwing a different button for each feature into the mobile app. As a result, the app was covered …

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Bing Image Search Update Makes Sure You Never Leave Unsatisfied

Yesterday when I was looking for images of Kenny Chesney on Bing Image search, I noticed that something looked a little different. For one, it seemed like my browser page was a lot fuller than I remembered it being when I searched for photoshop fodder on Bing. I also didn’t remember bigger previews of the images following my mouse cursor …

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Windows 8’s Confusing Metro Interface Inspires Parody Demo

The new scrolling tiled look of the Windows 8 start screen might be a bit of eye candy waiting for users each time they sit down at their computer, but the unfamiliar terrain of the new Metro-designed interface is being met with some frustration and confusion by users of the operating system’s pre-release version. The new touchscreen-friendly interface of Windows …

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Colorless Coca-Cola Can Could Reduce Pollution

Here is an artist’s conception of a can of coke that uses no paint, which can introduce pollutants into the environment when they are printed and when when they are borken down for recycling. The project comes from award winning artist Ryan Harc of London. The convex shape is imprinted on the can giving it both form and texture without …

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Bing UK Testing New Homepage Design, Cleaner Search Results

Bing’s been pushing a lot of changes recently to its U.S. users, and now it seems that the search engine is beginning to share some of those changes with other parts of the world, beginning with its service in the United Kingdom. The new Bing homepage that it’s currently testing in the U.K. has a design that closely resembles the …

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Facebook And Bolt Peters Join Forces

I wouldn’t say that the current Facebook design is anti-user friendly, but it could use some improvements. Facebook’s latest hiring suggests that they’re taking user experience very seriously. You might not be aware of Bolt Peters, but they are a group that focuses on user experience and design for Web sites, devices, cars and other promotional materials. They’ve been very …

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Fab.com Makes Gift-Buying for Facebook Friends a Lot Easier

Fab.com, the online purveyor of designer house wares and slick nerd paraphernalia, has enhanced the social shopping experience again, this time by allowing you to link directly to your fellow Facebook friends who shop on the site. The latest launch, Fab 3.0, introduces further Facebook integration as well as generally making it easier for you to find the necessary accoutrements …

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Apple Looking To Improve Earbuds, But Not By Making Them Stay In Your Ears

It’s nice of Apple to always include a pair of those patented white earbuds with every iPhone and iPod. In a way, having a those two little small white protrusions hanging in your outer ear became a status symbol of The Cool in the aughts. However, for me and several other Apple customers I’ve known, there has always been one …

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Apple Denies Philippe Starck’s Involvement With Product Design

Earlier this morning we brought you news that French designer Philippe Starck told a French newspaper that he had been working on something “revolutionary” for Apple that would be available in about 8 months. He also said that he had been meeting with Jobs monthly for seven years. Citing Apple’s “religious cult of secrecy,” he declined to talk specifics about …

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French Designer Hints At “Revolutionary” Apple Product On The Way

We expect that the rest of 2012 will bring plenty of new announcements from Apple. This year, they already launched the new iPad, and we still have a new iPhone to look forward to as well as whatever they unveil at the Worldwide Developers Conference (unless those last two coincide). And now, according to a prominent French designer, something substantial …

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