13 Mar '13, 12am

Today’s Scuttlebot: Bitcoin Problem and Tracking the Papacy

Today’s Scuttlebot: Bitcoin Problem and Tracking the Papacy

March 12, 2013, 8:28 pm Today’s Scuttlebot: Bitcoin Problem and Tracking the Papacy By THE NEW YORK TIMES Here are some of the more interesting items that the tech reporters and editors of The New York Times found on the Web recently. More Scuttlebot can be found here . Apple’s iPads to Fall Behind Android Tablets This Year, IDC Says Reuters | Will Google ever figure out how to make money from all these Androids? – Vindu Goel Pinterest, in Step Toward Making Money, Unveils Tool for Businesses Latimes.com | Another step toward Pinterest becoming a serious business tool. – Vindu Goel Modern Mobile Etiquette Gawker.com | “Don’t Leave Me a Voice Mail Unless You’re Dying.” A few tips and tricks to avoid having to leave a message. – Nick Bilton Major Glitch in Bitcoin Network Spurs Sell-Off; Price Temporarily Falls 23% Ars Technica | Bitcoins, the digital currency, takes a nose ...

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