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With Nearly 7M Reviews Of 100K Sites, Trustpilot Raises $13M From Index And More To Build Out A Yelp For The World Of E-Commerce

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Trustpilot, the online customer reviews service with nearly 7 million reviews on its platform covering 100,000 merchants to date — and a partner in Google’s Adwords business – is today announcing another €10 million ($13 million) in funding. The investment is led by new investor Index Ventures, with participation also from...
With Nearly 7M Reviews Of 100K Sites, Trustpilot Raises $13M From Index And More To Build Out A Yelp For The World Of E-Commerce

Pirate Party Battles LEGO Over Copyright and Trademark Injunction

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Without doubt the favorite toy of many kids’ is LEGO. What’s not to like about a kit for a country house that can be smashed to bits and turned into a ridiculous 30-wheel truck with a ray-gun on top? Of course, the makers of LEGO probably aren’t that keen on...
Pirate Party Battles LEGO Over Copyright and Trademark Injunction

Bang & Olufsen shows off first new headphones in 25 years

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Bang & Olufsen has produced its first set of over-the-ear headphones and the first new headphones it's released in more than 25 years. The Danish company is also selling new ear buds that offer good sound reproduction in an understated, but classy, look....
Bang & Olufsen shows off first new headphones in 25 years

Offshore wind: how the 'suction bucket' technique works - video

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The 'suction bucket' technique has been developed by Danish company Universal Foundation with the UK's Carbon Trust, and means potential savings of billions of pounds in the construction of new offshore windfarmsDamian CarringtonAndy Gallagher...
Offshore wind: how the 'suction bucket' technique works - video

Eye tracking is the future of high-speed, maximum accuracy input

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Fruit Ninja, a popular mobile game, requires split-second discrimination to obliterate fruit while avoiding the occasional bomb. It’s designed to be played on a touchscreen device or with Kinect hand movements, but playing it with your eyes alone is as exhilarating as it is revealing. If the hand is like...
Eye tracking is the future of high-speed, maximum accuracy input

Danes invest $4.4M in eye-control system for tablets, smartphones

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Danish company The Eye Tribe is leading a new project that will make it possible to control smartphones and tablets using eye movements....
Danes invest $4.4M in eye-control system for tablets, smartphones

Roozz Aims To Be The Spotify, And Maybe The Hulu, For Traditional Software

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Cloud services have been entering the mainstream, especially in the enterprise, for a while now, and even major players are dabbling with converting what was traditional “product software” into “services”. Take Xbox 360 now offering pay-as-you-go Karaoke or Adobe experimenting with rental models. Seattle-based Spoon.net, which develops application virtualization software...
Roozz Aims To Be The Spotify, And Maybe The Hulu, For Traditional Software
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