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Seven Questions for Workday CEO and Greylock Partner Aneel Bhusri

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Aneel BhusriFew people where as many hats in Silicon Valley as Aneel Bhusri. Currently known primarily for his role as co-CEO of Workday, the cloud-based human resources software company that floated in an IPO last year, he also maintains an active role as a partner at venture capital firm Greylock...
Seven Questions for Workday CEO and Greylock Partner Aneel Bhusri

Vidyo Series D Just Rose to $97 Million, Thanks to Juniper Networks

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Last month I looked on the latest doings of the fast-moving video conferencing startup Vidyo and declared that it was “messing up” the business and seemed to be having better luck that its more established rival Polycom. And while some people called to question that assertion, there’s no question that...
Vidyo Series D Just Rose to $97 Million, Thanks to Juniper Networks
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Wearable computing: How technology will soon be stitched into our lives

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Artifact wearable technology designer Jennifer Darmour at the office with her Jawbone and Nike+ Fuelband. This garment, designed by Darmour, can track your body’s movements and improve your Pilates performance. Photo via Leo Lam. Ah, wearable computing. Whether it’s geeky wristbands you can wear in the shower or the Seattle...
Wearable computing: How technology will soon be stitched into our lives

3taps Is Raring to Fight Craigslist Over Data Access

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The CEO of a company sued by Craigslist earlier this week said he’s armed (with legal precedents, not weapons) and ready to fight the local classifieds giant. “We believe Craigslist is acting like a copyright troll,” said Greg Kidd, who founded the data exchange 3taps in 2009. He contends that...
3taps Is Raring to Fight Craigslist Over Data Access

Chicago Blackhawks Fire Reporter Over Silly Old YouTube Videos

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When we typically discuss companies coming to blows with content control (aka censorship), the stories tend to be about what would otherwise be obscure wrong-doings going viral on a national or international level. Major automakers concocting horrible advertising around suicide, for instance. Or multi-state bus companies learning that bathroom-ing...
Chicago Blackhawks Fire Reporter Over Silly Old YouTube Videos

Google takes one giant leap: now lets you Street View the Kennedy Space Center

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Today's a stupendous day for lovers of the one and only National Aeronautics Space Administration -- nearly half as great as when we took you inside Kennedy Space Center shortly after it had opened its fascinating doors to the public. At any rate, Google announced earlier that its captivating...
Google takes one giant leap: now lets you Street View the Kennedy Space Center

This week at Microsoft: Windows Phone, Surface, and Ray Bradbury

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Happy Friday folks, I do trust you had fun last night. It’s time for the classic TNW roundup of all things Microsoft from the last week, our lovely and enduring post about Redmond’s doings, happenings, and leaks. If I ever die, you will know as this post will cease. Now,...
This week at Microsoft: Windows Phone, Surface, and Ray Bradbury

Microsoft seals Perceptive Pixel deal, welcomes PPI team to the Office Division

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In case you haven't noticed, Microsoft's been in a blissful shopping mood lately -- and while we already knew the company had snatched up the creator of that enormous 82-inch touchscreen, today's the day a more formal introduction is taking place. Via its Official Microsoft Blog, the Redmond-based outfit...
Microsoft seals Perceptive Pixel deal, welcomes PPI team to the Office Division

Chicago Blackhawks Fire Reporter Over Silly Old YouTube Videos

www.techdirt.com
When we typically discuss companies coming to blows with content control (aka censorship), the stories tend to be about what would otherwise be obscure wrong-doings going viral on a national or international level. Major automakers concocting horrible advertising around suicide, for instance. Or multi-state bus companies learning that bathroom-ing...
Chicago Blackhawks Fire Reporter Over Silly Old YouTube Videos

New Microsoft campaign promotes privacy prowess

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Microsoft has launched yet another privacy awareness campaign, but this time around, the company decided to focus more on its own privacy right-doings rather than Google's alleged wrongdoings. Declaring " your privacy is our priority," the campaign runs online, in print, and on TV, billing Microsoft as the "good...
New Microsoft campaign promotes privacy prowess

Facebook Joins GNI, Declines Human Rights Auditing

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News updates all day from your Fast Company editors.Under pressure from lawmakers, Facebook has joined the Global Network Initiative (GNI) as an observer. The GNI is a mixed consortium of public, private, educational, and religious institutions that monitor Internet firms on free speech- and human rights-related issues. Facebook is the...
Facebook Joins GNI, Declines Human Rights Auditing

Software is important to networking, and Juniper is on it

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As software-defined networking (SDN) startups such as Big Switch and Embrane make headway and headlines, Juniper and other big network gear vendors have been responding with big visions and insider consortiums. In doing so, Juniper is looking to help companies bring ease and scalability to their networks just as compute...
Software is important to networking, and Juniper is on it
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Archos unveils 7-inch Child Pad slate: $129, Ice Cream Sandwich on board

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We know you've already added the Fisher Price DVR to the list of gadgets that may withstand the physical trauma your kid's about to put it through. But how does an ICS-equipped, 7-inch slate with parental controls sound? Dubbed Child Pad, this sticky finger-friendly tab isn't just flaunting the...
Archos unveils 7-inch Child Pad slate: $129, Ice Cream Sandwich on board
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