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Russell Buckley Joins UK Government To Bring About Silicon Valley In The UK

techcrunch.com
Today in interesting moves comes the news that serial entrepreneur-turned-investor Russell Buckley – who co-founded AdMob (which sold to Google) is joining the UK government to accelerate its policies around startups, mainly funding. Specifically, he’s joining the UK Government’s Venture Capital Unit. The Unit, launched last year, is designed to...
Russell Buckley Joins UK Government To Bring About Silicon Valley In The UK

Send a virtual postcard with Postale

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Postale is an iOS app from 7twenty7 LLC. It’s available now as a free download from the App Store, and carries additional in-app purchases. Postale’s remit is simple: it allows users to create virtual postcards, then send them to people via Facebook, Twitter or email. Postcards may have one of...
Send a virtual postcard with Postale

'Introverted' Evernote pairs with messaging app Kakao Talk (and its 90 million users)

www.engadget.com
It's not all WhatsApp and LINE. If you're in Korea, then your messaging app of choice is most likely to be Kakao Talk, and Evernote hopes that allying with the app will expand its remit and boost its presence in Asia. The team-up looks set to bring Evernote's services...
'Introverted' Evernote pairs with messaging app Kakao Talk (and its 90 million users)

Netflix coming to HTML5 just as soon as the DRM ducks are in a row

arstechnica.com
Netflix users on Windows and OS X currently depend on Microsoft's Silverlight plugin to watch videos. With Silverlight no longer under active development, the company is looking at alternative delivery systems for its app-free, browser-based video delivery. The answer it's picked is, unsurprisingly, HTML5, but as the company details...
Netflix coming to HTML5 just as soon as the DRM ducks are in a row

UK audit office probes 4G auction results

gigaom.com
The UK’s National Audit Office is to look into the recent 4G spectrum auction, which pulled in £2.34 billion ($3.62 billion) against a government forecast of £3.5 billion. The news was first broken by The Guardian (see disclosure) on the weekend, and was subsequently confirmed to me by the National...
UK audit office probes 4G auction results
Europe Takes Another Step Towards An Open Data Directive

LG patents RFID-labelled cookbook, attempts to offer more than just another place to spill sauce

www.engadget.com
LG is no stranger to mixing together patents and white goods and this time its trying to bridge the gap between recipes and those all-too-often underwhelming results. One of its patents, granted today, outlines the idea of two RF tags that would offer food information and appliance specs, with...
LG patents RFID-labelled cookbook, attempts to offer more than just another place to spill sauce

Amazon gets into hot water in UK over lewd Christmas card listing

gigaom.com
Welcome yet again to the collision between the virtual and real worlds. Amazon has been slapped down by the U.K.’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) over a listing on Amazon.co.uk for a rude Christmas card. Although Amazon tried to claim that listings aren’t ads and shouldn’t be covered by the regulator,...
Amazon gets into hot water in UK over lewd Christmas card listing
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Matter, A For-Profit Media Accelerator Backed By KQED, Knight, Public Radio, Debuts First Class

techcrunch.com
Public broadcasters continue to face a lot of pressure as going concerns in the face of bigger overall pressure for the media industry, and like all media companies, they are looking towards a new generation of entrepreneurs for innovation. Those two trends are coming together in a new accelerator, San...
Matter, A For-Profit Media Accelerator Backed By KQED, Knight, Public Radio, Debuts First Class
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