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Despite Delays, SFR launches 3G in RATP

After an agreement signed between French telecom provider SFR and the Paris region transport authority (RATP), SFR brought up the 1st iteration of their 3G network in the RATP – specifically in two main stations, Chatelet & Gare De Lyon. SFR customers in these areas finally have access the 3G networks underground after 3 months […]

Sprint to use Alcatel-Lucent to up its US coverage

Sprint to use Alcatel-Lucent to up its US coverage

Metros, planes and caves. These are the only places where I can enjoy a technology detox which exiles me from the 24/7 noise of global communications. But, Alcatel Lucent may want to change that. The Paris-headquartered telecom corporation recently entered into an agreement with Sprint to enhance network coverage in existing concentrated areas of traffic. […]

Pearltrees social library tops US App Store charts

Pearltrees social library tops US App Store charts

Just 10 days ago Pearltrees, the Paris-based social library tool which allows you to organize all things digital, launched the iPhone version. The app, which acts similarly to the already existing iPad and Web apps, allows users to organize “pearls” of information into categories, which can be shared, organized in a tree-like system, and can […]

AppAnnie Appstore Economy report impact on France

Earlier this week, the Seattle conference Casual Connect welcomed AppAnnie, the AppStore analytics & intelligence service, as they spoke about the appstore economy. Primarily focusing on the iOS and Google Play, App Annie showed off their data about the two appstores, mainly focusing on revenue & downloads by country. While AppAnnie guarded most of its […]

l'Oreal's iPhone app Color Genius: is it really Shazam for make-up?

One rumor about the reason why Steve Jobs always wore the same outfit, was that he considered this “one less thing to worry about”. For the Rude Baguette readers who aren’t fashionistas and not following this week’s craziness of Paris’ Haute-Couture fashion shows, likely about 99% of all readers: In beauty and fashion the choice […]

Curioos rolls out lower prices and iPhone cases for their digital art store

Curioos has been pushing along with we last talked to him back in January. The Digital Art Factory, which allows users to buy professional prints from independent digital artists, has recently rolled out its Spring Collection, curated by blogger/trendmaker Eleonor Bridge. Curioos prints all the art themselves in their art studio located just south of […]

Michelin (finally) launches online restaurant guide, ignores startups

I remember in 2010, Marc Simoncini said that 2011 would be “the year of mobile” for his online dating company, Meetic. At the time, I giggled. A whopping 4 years after the launch of the iPhone and Meetic was finally turning to mobile as its new platform? Well done. But earlier this week when France’s […]