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Baidu and Ford cooperate on hackathon to produce Baidu Cloud apps for Sync AppLink

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Chinese search giant Baidu has for the first time partnered up with another company on a hackathon. Ford was the lucky partner, as the two hosted an event over the weekend that used Baidu’s developer tools to build apps designed for the car maker’s Sync AppLink system. The 24-hour event featured individuals...
Baidu and Ford cooperate on hackathon to produce Baidu Cloud apps for Sync AppLink

Education upstart Empower.me looks to help kids boost learning (and earn a bit of cash for it)

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We’ve been wondering what Seattle area entrepreneur Bryan Starbuck has been building over the past few months, first encountering the stealthy unnamed education startup last fall. A former Microsoft developer who sold the online recruiting company TalentSpring last year to Talent Technology, Starbuck today took the wraps off his new company, Empower.me. Designed...
Education upstart Empower.me looks to help kids boost learning (and earn a bit of cash for it)

TV looks to new era of interactive game shows to lure the Facebook generation

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The Million Pound Drop and The Bank Job are proving a bit hit with internet audiences, but it is the data collected from online players which is making advertisers take noticeLive interactive game shows, where viewers compete with on-screen contestants, are the key to persuading the Facebook generation to watch...
TV looks to new era of interactive game shows to lure the Facebook generation

Why big IT projects always go wrong

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Fred Brooks's 1975 book The Mythical Man-Month is essential reading for any company boss about to embark upon a costly software projectIin 1975, a computer scientist named Fred Brooks published one of the seminal texts in the literature of computing. It had the intriguing title of The Mythical Man-Month and...
Why big IT projects always go wrong

Twitter Verification Has More To Do With Being Good At Twitter Than With Identity

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Twitter has done a great job at keeping the whole “blue badge” verification process a mystery. If curiosity eats away at you like it does me, you’re in luck. A new video from comedians Hari and Ashok Kondabolu, featuring Anil Dash who has around 500k followers, shows the magical...
Twitter Verification Has More To Do With Being Good At Twitter Than With Identity
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Test your South Park knowledge with Who Wants to be a Millionaire Special Editions

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Who Wants to be a Millionaire Special Editions: South Park is a new iOS release from 2waytraffic, a division of Sony Pictures Entertainment. The game is a paid Universal app, but is not presently available in the U.S. App Store. It is, however, available in Europe. This is apparently due...
Test your South Park knowledge with Who Wants to be a Millionaire Special Editions
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