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Muve Music subscription service looking to expand beyond the US

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With 600k paying subcribers, bundling unlimited music with voice, texts and data is working wellBuy a mobile phone, and get unlimited music downloads. If the idea sounds familiar, you're probably thinking of Nokia's Comes With Music – an ambitious service that launched in 2008, but flopped in the UK and other...
Muve Music subscription service looking to expand beyond the US

Tripl Launches Social Travel Site with $300k from High Peaks and Quotidian Ventures

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There is no shortage of very new travel sites, tools and social networks. It feels like every week a new one launches, raises money, or pivots. There’s Tripit, Wander, Wanderfly, Gogobot, Triposo, Gtrot, and probably ten others that will email me after i hit publish on this story. Like I’ve...
Tripl Launches Social Travel Site with $300k from High Peaks and Quotidian Ventures

Apps Rush: Uber, Google Analytics, Futures EP, AA Best Walks, Visible Body, UK Bus Checker and more

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What's new on the app stores on Monday 2 July 2012A selection of 20 new and notable apps for you today:UberPrivate-car hire startup Uber has joined the increasingly competitive hire-a-cab-from-your-phone market in London, enabling you to summon a Mercedes, BMW or Jaguar to ferry you across the city. Around 90...
Apps Rush: Uber, Google Analytics, Futures EP, AA Best Walks, Visible Body, UK Bus Checker and more
WITN: Paul Carr's NSFWCORP gets another $300K from Vegas Tech Fund

SocialSafe, The Social Media Back-Up Tool, Raises $400K To Out-Archive Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn

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SocialSafe, the social media back-up tool co-founded by Julian Ranger‘s iBundle and 1minus1, has announced that it’s raised £250,000 (~$400k) in what’s being called a Series A round. That’s because Ranger, who is a prominent angel investor in the UK, has already funded the startup to the tune of £300k,...
SocialSafe, The Social Media Back-Up Tool, Raises $400K To Out-Archive Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn

Scaling Venture Capital? We suck. We can do better.

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I’m kind of embarrassed to call myself a Venture Capitalist. In fact, most of us who call ourselves VCs should be too. Why? Because MOST of us are hypocrites, and have NO idea what we’re doing. Because we SUCK at EXACTLY the thing we’re supposed to help entrepreneurs do...
Scaling Venture Capital? We suck. We can do better.
Android-powered OUYA console wants to revolutionize gaming industry, raises $500K on Kickstarter in 13 hours

Mike Maples Gets On Board Blueseed's Sea Platform

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I’m going to go out on a limb here, but my guess is if you went around and asked people in the startup community what they thought about Mike Maples at Floodgate, they would describe him as a sensible and successful entrepreneur turned investor and someone you’d most likely...
Mike Maples Gets On Board Blueseed's Sea Platform

Is GitHub Selling Out or Moving Up?

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After years of adamantly flying solo, one of the industry's most prominent and successful bootstrappers just took $100 million from a prominent venture capital firm. Why did GitHub do it, and is the company abandoning its principles or making a smart move for future growth? Abandoning Bootstrapping Social coding...
Is GitHub Selling Out or Moving Up?

Future Of GlusterFS – From Open Core to Open Source

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Picture Credit: Gluster.org In October of 2011, Red Hat (previous CloudAve coverage) announced the acquisition of Gluster, the company behind GlusterFS (previous CloudAve coverage) open source distributed storage solution. Even though Red Hat is a company based on open source philosophy, there were questions about what is in store for...
Future Of GlusterFS – From Open Core to Open Source

Venturi announces 300HP, €300K America all-terrain EV, coming in 2014

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erra If you feel the need to rapidly hit the great outdoors without despoiling it, Venturi just may have your ride -- provided you have about $400,000 to spare. The company just launched the America EV at the Paris Auto Show, packing a 300HP powerplant, 53 kWh lithium-ion battery...
Venturi announces 300HP, €300K America all-terrain EV, coming in 2014

Google’s VP of Product talks Flipboard integration and enterprise, demos Hangouts on iPad [Audio]

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Google’s Vice President of Product Management Bradley Horowitz announced a partnership with Flipboard at Le Web 2012 in London this morning, but he also demonstrated Hangouts…on an iPad. According to TheNextWeb, the partnership will stream Google+ feeds into the app as part of the Mountain View, Calif.-based Company’s new Google+ APIs that currently have a...
Google’s VP of Product talks Flipboard integration and enterprise, demos Hangouts on iPad [Audio]

Personal info for 300K exposed in FLA college hack; already 50 identity theft cases

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Personal information for as many as 300,000 people at Northwest Florida State College has been exposed by a data breach that lasted for at least four months. Victims run the gamut of people on campus, including students, prospective students, and current and retired employees. The breach has already lead to at least...
Personal info for 300K exposed in FLA college hack; already 50 identity theft cases
Microsoft Opens Registration For Imagine Cup 2013, Doubles Prize Money to $300K
Why EU startups are an incredible opportunity for US investors

Cloud emailing provider Mailjet picks up $3.3m for growth

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The French cloud emailing platform Mailjet has just picked up $3.3m in funding, which it intends to use to shore up international growth. Mailjet is similar to the likes of MailChimp and SendGrid, in that it provides a way for companies to send out newsletters and their apps to send...
Cloud emailing provider Mailjet picks up $3.3m for growth

Y Combinator Alum DoubleRecall Nabs $1.6 Million To Give Brands An Alternative To Paywalls

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Back in August, Y Combinator held its summer session demo day, introducing the world to 60 new companies in one of its strongest batches to date. One of these companies, DoubleRecall launched as a platform that enables companies to roll out digital campaigns that actually succeed in prompting users “to...
Y Combinator Alum DoubleRecall Nabs $1.6 Million To Give Brands An Alternative To Paywalls

Airbnb co-founder: 'We believe it's time for our invention, and it appears the world agrees'

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Joe Gebbia tells LeWeb London conference that regulatory resistance is like when 'cities tried to outlaw cars in the United States'Airbnb has been a hit with a growing number of travellers, connecting people looking to stay beyond traditional hotels and lodgings, and "hosts" with available rooms or properties to rent...
Airbnb co-founder: 'We believe it's time for our invention, and it appears the world agrees'

Judge orders Google, Oracle to disclose payments made to bloggers

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Disclosure: I was in the pay of Google throughout the Oracle litigation.But <sob> I couldn’t say anything. — Tim Bray (@timbray) August 7, 2012 A judge ruled today that Google and Oracle must disclose any payments made to Internet authors, journalists, or bloggers for published commentary related to the Google vs. Oracle lawsuit...
Judge orders Google, Oracle to disclose payments made to bloggers

Judge orders Oracle to pay Google’s $300K in legal fees

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A jury decided this last month that Google did not infringe upon Oracle’s patents, but it has now come to light that Oracle must pay Google’s legal fees accrued from the trial. Oracle, a database software giant based in Redwood City, Calif., sued Google in August 2010, while alleging the Android operating system violated a number...
Judge orders Oracle to pay Google’s $300K in legal fees
With $300K in its pocket, WeStudy.In launches to help Russians study abroad for cheap

Apps millionaire Simon Oliver bringing Okabu back to iOS and Android

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Handcircus founder hails the 'phenomenon' that apps have become since Rolando was a hit in 2008In app terms, 2008 feels a world away. Apple launched its App Store in July that year, and issued a press release trumpeting 10m downloads in its first weekend. Fast forward to March 2012, and...
Apps millionaire Simon Oliver bringing Okabu back to iOS and Android

MobilyTrip Raises Further €300k To Help Travellers Create Journals On-The-Go

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MobilyTrip, the mobile app and social network that lets travellers journal their trips, has raised a new round of financing: €300k from a group of angel investors, including Theo Hoffenberg, founder of the language and translation portal Reverso.net. It means that the six-person startup has now raised €500k in total....
MobilyTrip Raises Further €300k To Help Travellers Create Journals On-The-Go
There Is A 'Good Chance' Apple Releases A Cheap iPhone Next June (AAPL)

Get Off Of My Cloud -- Accounting Software ClearBooks Raises £300K To Battle It Out With Sage

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The online accounting space in the U.K. is pretty crowded, as multiple cloud players aim to take the thrown from the legacy incumbent Sage. These include the likes of KashFlow, Crunch, FreeAgent and ClearBooks. The latter announcing today that it has raised £300,000 from WAKR! Holding B.V. (owned by Dutch entrepreneur...
Get Off Of My Cloud -- Accounting Software ClearBooks Raises £300K To Battle It Out With Sage
Cucumbertown Nabs $300K From FarmVille Co-Creator, AngelList's Naval Ravikant To Build A Dribbble For Chefs & Recipes
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