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Comment Re:Misleading google+ figures (Score 1) 274

That's because the numbers from Compete do not correspond to reality. Compete.com is tracking some preselected panel of people, which in no way could represent the entire site usage. And then they stretch and inflate that data, and call it the "site profile".

For the reference, here's another such Google+ profile, from Alexa, which shows no "dramatic growth" whatsoever:
http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/plus.google.com

Submission + - MeeGo will transition to Tizen, HTML5 (meego.com)

kmike writes: The ill-fathomed MeeGo, after being abandoned by Nokia, is going to throw it all away again and shift to HTML5 in the new Tizen project, supported by The Linux Foundation. I guess it's going to relive its history once more — anyone remember Maemo?

Submission + - Slideshare ditches Flash, rebuilds site in HTML5 (gigaom.com)

Frankie70 writes: Slideshare has ditched Adobe Flash technology entirely, and rebuilt its website using the HTML5 markup language. This means that SlideShare is now viewable on every kind of mobile device, from iPads to iPhones to Android devices and beyond.
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Submission + - Bizarre "Diamond Planet" Discovered (discovery.com) 1

astroengine writes: "It was once the core of a star, but now has the mass of a planet. It is composed of dense carbon with a crystal-like structure. Yes, it's a bona fide planet made from diamond.

The object, called J1719-1438, circles a pulsing companion star (pulsar) about 4,000 light years from Earth in the constellation Serpens (The Snake), which lies about one-eighth of the way toward the center of the Milky Way."

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Submission + - Alien Planet Made of Diamond Discovered (space.com)

bs0d3 writes: A newly discovered alien planet that formed from a dead star maybe comprised of diamond. The planet probably formed into diamond from carbon which was under extreme pressure, it's 5x the size of earth and orbits a fast pulsing neutron star.

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