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Groupon Gets Dell Exec As New Intl SVP As Samwer Brothers Step Further Away

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Amidst a series of ongoing accounting-related controversies in the U.S., Groupon has appointed a new SVP to oversee international operations based out of Austria. Veit Dengler comes from Dell, where he had been since 2005, most recently as GM of its consumer and small/medium business units in Russia, CIS and...
Groupon Gets Dell Exec As New Intl SVP As Samwer Brothers Step Further Away

Twitter’s Co-founder Biz Stone To Pen Book

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Twitter co-founder Biz Stone is writing a book called Things A Little Bird Told Me. In the book, Stone will talk about his experience, which includes a stint at Google, co-founding Twitter and his latest venture The Obvious Corporation, a company that he co-founded in 2011 that is focused on “building systems...
Twitter’s Co-founder Biz Stone To Pen Book
Hey, what's this? An admission that the US can learn from China

AT&T’s AVP Of Technical Research Explains The New Watson Speech API

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It was only yesterday that AT&T announced its Watson Speech API, meant to let developers of any kind provide products with real-time translation baked right in. I got the chance to speak with Mazin Gilbert, AT&T’s AVP of Technical Research, about what this could mean over the next few...
AT&T’s AVP Of Technical Research Explains The New Watson Speech API
iRobot ups the cleaning ante with new Scooba 390 floor-scrubbing robot

7Gbps wireless transfers and streaming, no router required

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60GHz WiFi technology will stream media at ultra-high speed across short distances Wilocity The next year and a half will see big advancements in WiFi technology, with much faster routers to replace the ones you use today, and a new class of devices to support an incredible 7Gbps speed...
7Gbps wireless transfers and streaming, no router required
The Mobile Industry Is Ignoring the Rules of Consolidation

Hub Ventures Debuts Seven Startups That Want To "Change The World"

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Hub Ventures, a new San Francisco-based startup accelerator focused on funding entrepreneurs “building a better world” is hosting its demo day today at Hub Bay Area. This year’s portfolio includes seven companies from a variety of sectors, including mobile, agricultural info systems, healthcare, clothing, online giving and personal safety. The startups span...
Hub Ventures Debuts Seven Startups That Want To "Change The World"

Visualized: 50 shades of Nexus, by ASUS

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ASUS is never shy at showing off its creative side. At Taiwan Designers' Week last Sunday, we spotted the company's above art installation dubbed "Palette": a mesmerizing circle of 50 overlapping Nexus 7 back covers, each in its very own shade of color. Interestingly, all of these were actually...
Visualized: 50 shades of Nexus, by ASUS

Outside Lands Wins The Internet -- And Mobile, Too

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There are a few different music festivals in San Francisco and nearby — like the annual (FREE) Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival and Treasure Island. But my favorite has to be Outside Lands, which just happens to be taking place this weekend. In part, that’s because beyond just having a great...
Outside Lands Wins The Internet -- And Mobile, Too

Can Clothes Horse’s Secret Algorithm Help You Buy Clothes That Actually Fit?

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The men of Clothes Horse, confident that they're wearing the right size. Last April, Stephanie Clifford's New York Times story, "One Size Fits Nobody," went viral. (Or at least as viral as a non-Linsane animal-based memes can possibly go.) That's probably because Ms. Clifford's confession--that she varies anywhere from a...
Can Clothes Horse’s Secret Algorithm Help You Buy Clothes That Actually Fit?
The future of becoming a job-ready engineer
Comparing Pre-IPO Facebook To Pre-IPO Google: Fair, Or A Case Of Apples And Oranges?

Dashlane Speeds Up The Web With Instant Logins, Automatic Checkout And More

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The stealthy consumer Internet startup Dashlane, which had raised a $5 million Series A back in September, is today coming out of hiding with the launch of its public release. The company is offering a personal data assistant that aims to speed up access to websites through password-saving and online...
Dashlane Speeds Up The Web With Instant Logins, Automatic Checkout And More

Watching Bonnaroo at home thanks to “live TV”

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Look at that photo on the left. You are looking at the future. Well, actually you are looking at the present. Or, at least it was a “live stream” when I photographed it. Technically speaking, you are seeing a photo of a Samsung HD TV displaying one of two channels...
Watching Bonnaroo at home thanks to “live TV”

Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In: women in tech and media speak out

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We needed more than just one perspective to understand how women are making sense of Sheryl Sandberg's advice in Lean In. So we asked a group of women at all different stages of their careers to tell us what they thinkNow that Lean In has hit stores, women and men...
Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In: women in tech and media speak out

It’s Not A Bursting Bubble. It’s a Correction And It Will Take Awhile.

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After disappointing post-IPO performances from Facebook, Groupon and Zynga, there’s been a clarion call from top investors like Union Square’s Fred Wilson, Y Combinator’s Paul Graham and Kleiner Perkins’ Mary Meeker for everyone to simmer down with valuations. But from what we can tell, any adjustment is going to take...
It’s Not A Bursting Bubble. It’s a Correction And It Will Take Awhile.
How Citi learned to love the iPad
Startup SimpliVity pitches super-appliance

Twitter’s Biz Stone is writing a book about his business experiences

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Biz Stone took a backwards step at Twitter last summer, and it seems the Twitter co-founder is putting some of his new-found time to good use by penning a book on his experiences before, during and after founding the microblogging platform. As MediaBistro reports, Twitter’s Creative Director is putting his...
Twitter’s Biz Stone is writing a book about his business experiences

Twitter Cofounder Biz Stone Is Publishing A Book About The Lessons He's Learned Working In The Tech Industry

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Biz Stone, cofounder of Twitter, has signed a deal with Hachette's Grand Central Publishing to release a book in April, 2014. According to Mediabistro, the book is called Things A Little Bird Told Me and will detail Stone's experiences and lessons he's learned working in the tech industry and helping...
Twitter Cofounder Biz Stone Is Publishing A Book About The Lessons He's Learned Working In The Tech Industry

Early Stage Landing Pages At The Top Of The Funnel

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For many B2B and considered purchases, buyers go through several stages of evaluating the market and choosing a seller. Different stages naturally benefit from different kinds of landing pages and conversion strategies. Here, we’ll take a look at the very top of the funnel, to see how three... Please visit...
Early Stage Landing Pages At The Top Of The Funnel

Korean Startup Accelerator SparkLabs Reveals Its Second Intake

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SparkLabs, the startup accelerator that wants to inject South Korea’s startup ecosystem with Silicon Valley expertise, announced its second intake today. Its latest class is an international lineup of companies that represent a variety of sectors and are at widely different stages of funding, from bootstrapped financing to those that...
Korean Startup Accelerator SparkLabs Reveals Its Second Intake

Starfall for Beginning Readers

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Starfall for Beginning Readers is a post from Chris Pirillo Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS FeedDuring Gnomedex, we held an open mic period where attendees could come onto the stage and pass along resources that the rest of us might not know...
Starfall for Beginning Readers

TechStars Spotlight: Nveloped helps secure your email

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[Editor's note: GeekWire is running a series of profiles on the startups participating in this year's class in the TechStars Seattle incubator program. Check back each day at 1:30 p.m. for a new profile, leading up to Demo Day on Nov. 1] Nveloped co-founder and CEO Nikhil Palekar Sending...
TechStars Spotlight: Nveloped helps secure your email

Games for the weekend: Tiny Monsters

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Games for the Weekend is a weekly feature aimed at helping you avoid doing something constructive with your downtime. Each Friday we’ll be recommending a game for Mac, iPhone or iPad that we think is awesome. Here is one cool enough to keep you busy during this weekend. Tiny Monsters...
Games for the weekend: Tiny Monsters

The product lens

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There has been a lot of discussion lately about the markets for startup financing. Many of the discussions use words like “valuations” “bubble” “crunch” etc. Words like that generally mean the writer is discussing the world through the lens of finance. This is a useful lens, but I’d like to suggest...
The product lens

Google Drive leaked screenshots show up to 5GB free storage

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Google Drive rumors have been piling up lately, with the service reportedly on the verge of launching in the first or second week of April. Now the site TalkAndroid says it has unearthed screenshots from a Google source that show up to 5GB of free storage for each user....
Google Drive leaked screenshots show up to 5GB free storage
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