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‘Twitter Commerce’ leak puts a buy button next to retweet and favorite

Your Twitter feed is probably already overflowing with breaking news, sponsored ads and play-by-play reactions of the latest Game of Thrones, but a new element may soon grace your timeline: a buy button. Documents found on’s website propose …

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Using Volume Button for Shutter Button | iPhone Tips

See what you can learn on the go with the new Howcast App for iPhone and iPad: Watch more iPhone Tips & Tricks videos: http://www.howca…
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BBC rolls out enhanced ‘Red Button’ features to major Smart TVs

The BBC’s Connected Red Button service promised a new level of interactivity when it launched in the UK a year ago, including news and weather overlays, recommended viewing (curated by actual, real-life humans) and alternative streams during live …

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Microsoft is not killing the Windows Phone back button

Recent rumors suggest that Microsoft may be planning to kill off the back button in Windows Phone 8.1. While the requirement for a hardware back button will likely be dropped, sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans have revealed to The Verge that the software maker will replace it with an onscreen version if it goes ahead with the plans. We understand that Microsoft is experimenting with dropping the hardware requirements for back, Start, and search buttons in an effort to lower costs for device manufacturers. Any potential devices without hardware buttons will have buttons on the screen.

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Bill Gates: ‘Ctrl-Alt-Delete Button Combo Was A Mistake’


In news that’s sure to set the computing world ablaze (or not at all), Bill Gates has confessed that the control-alt-delete keyboard combination was a mistake and the fault of an IBM employee who refused to add a one-button equivalent. How enthralling! If I was any more on the edge of my seat I’d be on the floor.

“It was a mistake,” said Microsoft’s co-founder of the famous “three finger salute” in an interview last week. “We could have had a single button, but the guy who did the IBM keyboard design didn’t wanna give us our single button.”

“Why, when I want to turn on my software and computer, do I need to have three fingers on Control, Alt, Delete?” asked David Rubenstein, Harvard Campaign co-chair. “Whose idea was that?”

Laughing, Gates explains that the key combination was designed to prevent other apps from faking the login prompt and stealing a password.

“We were able to experiment with a lot of stuff, but more on the software side than the hardware,” he said, after admitting that pressing three buttons to log in to a computer amounts to a design flaw.

You know what else is a design flaw? So many other things I don’t even know where to begin. Like, why isn’t there a button that hides all the p0rn on your computer if somebody asks to borrow it? That seems like a pretty serious oversight. And what about a self-destruct button? Now I’m not saying Microsoft should probably buy these ideas from me for a million dollars, but if they don’t I’m taking them all to Apple. “We don’t want them.” Tell you what — give me an iPod Nano and we’ll call it even.

Thanks to BeltlineYYC, who heard the little squiggle button below the Escape key was also a mistake.

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First Windows 8.1 ad features the return of the Start button

The removal of the Windows 8 Start button last year turned out to be a hot-button issue for users of Microsoft’s latest operating system. Following a range of feedback from customers, Microsoft is now preparing to release Windows 8.1 on October 18th with a Start button. The latest OS update also includes optional changes to boot to desktop and disable hot corners, but the Start button is a permanent addition that users can not switch off.

Ad also highlights boot to desktop

Microsoft is choosing to highlight the button return in a new Windows 8.1 ad. After launching a “Windows Everywhere” campaign back in June, the latest Windows 8.1 ad follows a similar pattern. It highlights the ability to start up to the desktop (boot to desktop)…

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Group Vertical New Black iPad 2 Digitizer Touch Screen Front Glass Assembly – Includes Home Button + Camera Holder + PreInstalled Adhesive

Group Vertical New Black iPad 2 Digitizer Touch Screen Front Glass Assembly – Includes Home Button + Camera Holder + PreInstalled Adhesive

Group Vertical New Black iPad 2 Digitizer Touch Screen Front Glass Assembly - Includes Home Button + Camera Holder + PreInstalled Adhesive

iPad 2 Black Touch Screen Digitizer Assembled. This brand new iPad replacement touch screen digitizer assembly, includes the home button, home button flex cable, camera holder and preinstalled adhesive. All parts come Pre-assembled as shown. Package Includes: 1 x iPad 2 Black Touch Screen Digitizer Assembled

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Alleged iPhone 5S render shows new home button / ‘Touch ID sensor’

Alleged iPhone 5S render shows rounded home button  'Touch ID sensor'

We’re just a few hours away from Apple’s big iPhone press conference, and has just posted this render that claims to show the iPhone 5S. The most notable change shown is of course, the home button, now minus the usual squarish target and called the “Touch ID sensor”. That is expected, considering repeated rumors (check out our roundup) including an apparent confirmation tonight from the Wall Street Journal, that Apple’s next flagship phone will include a fingerprint sensor.

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The first Moto X TV spots hit the snooze button in more ways than one (video)

DNP Google's first Moto X commercials hit the snooze button in more ways than one

When it came to the Moto X, Google gave us a masterclass in how to build hype, but sustaining it is proving to be a much trickier endeavor. Motorola recently debuted two new commercials on its Youtube channel that aren’t nearly as thrilling as they could be. One clip showcases the Glass-inspired “OK, Google Now” command, which lets you dictate notes and set an alarm verbally. It’s a neat trick, but it’s not exactly seducing the money right out of your wallet. Similarly lacking in earth-shattering impact is the TV spot highlighting the Moto X’s 10-megapixel camera. The Quick Capture feature is nifty, but the promise of “fewer photo fails” isn’t the most rousing endorsement we’ve ever heard. To see for yourself, check out both videos after the break.

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