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    When we started the Pocketnow Weekly podcast back in July of 2012 (a summer that feels much longer ago than the actual 80-week figure would suggest), it bore little resemblance to its current incarnation. There was no list of handy time codes; the music was built on an aggressive electric-guitar riff that now sounds impossibly cheesy; and subtopics like the "thought thread" and "two-minute debate segment" divided the podcast into rigidly regimented sectors of tech talk. Most importantly, the Weekly back then was headed up by a strictly defined team of Brandon Miniman, Anton D. Nagy, and ...

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    For all its limitations, Instagram appears poised to remain an unstoppable force in social media. As of last month, the Facebook-owned service boasts over 16 billion photos shared, a brand new video-sharing feature that's spanking the competition, and over 130 million monthly active users. Well, make that 130 million and one. Because we've just joined the Instagram universe under the venerable (if predictable) title: "Pocketnow." Now, many Pocketnow team members also have personal Instagram accounts which many of you already follow - and we thank you for that. But following those, you've ...

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    "Making your way in the world today takes everything you got," a famous singer once crooned. "Taking a break from all your worries sure would help a lot." There's more to the song, but the meat of the story is that "sometimes you wanna go where everybody knows your name." And in this case, it's not a Boston-area bar run by a washed-up Red Sox pitcher; it's an internet forum run by a team of writers at the top of their game, and (soon to be) populated by some of the smartest, hippest, coolest readers in mobile technology. In case you missed the blatant appeal to your egos, that's you! ...

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    Apple is holding its developer conference (WWDC) in approximately two weeks. WWDC is roughly analogous to the Google I/O that concluded a few weeks ago. According to the WWDC website, we will be able to get an in-depth look at what to expect next in both iOS as well as OS X and developers will be shown how to take their apps "to the next level". It's really an impressive shindig with over 100 sessions, hands-on labs, events, and even the opportunity to connect with Apple engineers and fellow developers -- and Google may be laying in wait to steal Apple's thunder with Android 4.3. As ...

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