Microsoft updates Windows Azure with support for Hadoop, Dropbox, PhoneGap, Mercurial, and more

Microsoft updates Windows Azure with support for Hadoop, Dropbox, PhoneGap, Mercurial, and more

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New Microsoft’s Azure Infrastructure as a Service and Platform as a Service cloud computing tool today turned on support for Hadoop. Or, in Microsoft-speak, HDInsight is now a go, enabling “you to easily deploy and manage Hadoop Clusters.” That warming sensation you are feeling is natural. As ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley noted in...
Microsoft updates Windows Azure with support for Hadoop, Dropbox, PhoneGap, Mercurial, and more
                                       

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When we look back in 20 years and ask ourselves “What killed the accelerator?” the answer will likely be “too many accelerators.” In recent years, scads of new accelerator programs have launched across the country in hope of mimicking the success of the grandfather of accelerators, Y Combinator. All they...
Greenstart kills its accelerator. Will it have better luck with a studio?

CrunchWeek: Google Kills Reader, Samsung's Galaxy S4, Dropbox's $100M Mailbox Buy

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The tech industry brought a lot of drama this week, so there was lots to dig into in this episode of CrunchWeek, the TechCrunch TV show where a few of us writers give our personal takes on the stories that dominated our headlines for the past seven days. Watch...
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Iterations: The Improbable, Captivating Pivot From Orchestra To Mailbox

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Editor’s Note: Semil Shah is a contributor to TechCrunch. You can follow him on Twitter at @semil. On Friday, Dropbox’s acquisition of Mailbox marked the first time the tech community lit up in amazement and awe of a consumer transaction since Facebook acquired Instagram back in April 2012. The attention...
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Mailbox Reportedly Cost Dropbox $100 Million

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TechCrunch is hearing that Dropbox, the file-sharing service, paid $100 million in cash and stock for mobile-email app maker Mailbox. That's a staggering sum for a just-launched product. "Everyone is thrilled with the outcome," investor Saar Gur of Charles River Ventures told Business Insider earlier today. But here's another perspective...
Mailbox Reportedly Cost Dropbox $100 Million

Mailbox Cost Dropbox Around $100 Million

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Disrupt alumnus Dropbox made the second in a series of super-savvy, super-early stage acquisitions today, picking up hyped-up email management app Dropbox in an acquisition that we’re calling “DropMail.” We had been hearing that Mailbox was raising money, piquing the interest of Andreessen Horowitz among others, which is why today’s...
Mailbox Cost Dropbox Around $100 Million

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Dropbox has ambitions to become more than just an online storage & syncing company — it wants to be your online presence and the center for all your apps. And in order to make that vision possible, the San Francisco-based company snapped up Orchestra, the company behind the buzzy Mailbox app. So how much...
How much did Dropbox pay for Mailbox?
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