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DotLoop Raises $7M From Trinity To Kill Real Estate Paperwork

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DotLoop, a startup trying to bring real estate negotiations online, has raised a $7 million Series A from Trinity Ventures. The company says its software is already used by more than 200,000 real estate agents who serve more than 6 million buyers and sellers. To accelerate its growth, DotLoop is...
DotLoop Raises $7M From Trinity To Kill Real Estate Paperwork

Ooma Office brings VoIP to small business, launching this month

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Ooma's expanding its VoIP offerings to the world of business, introducing "Ooma Office" today at CES 2013. Ooma Office takes the already existing VoIP functionality built into Ooma's Telo device (made for residential use) and adapts it for small business purposes -- conference bridges, an automated, programmable receptionist, and...
Ooma Office brings VoIP to small business, launching this month

What paperless office? Fax machines refuse to die

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The paperless office doesn't seem any closer to reality as flying cars do. As connected as everyone is, it would seem that printing documents or sending messages on paper should be on the verge of extinction, but a new survey indicates that we're still wasting far more paper than...
What paperless office? Fax machines refuse to die

Why the fax thrives in Japan

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Why are fax machines still so popular in Japan?...
Why the fax thrives in Japan

Hacker News Source Calls For Pluck, Retaliation After FBI Raid

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A Twitter account tied to hacking collective Anonymous is telling followers not to be discouraged by news that “top members” have been arrested thanks to an FBI informant. It also provided tips on how to retaliate against the FBI. The messages came from @YourAnonNews , a source popular with...
Hacker News Source Calls For Pluck, Retaliation After FBI Raid
How Samsung Got Big
Like it or not, the US Postal Service isn't going away anytime soon

For Better or Worse, Emirates Passengers Can Now Yammer on Their Cell Phones in Flight

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Dubai-based Emirates said Monday that it will start letting passengers on its A380 aircraft talk on flights using their cell phones. The services works with standard phones in conjunction with OnAir, the company that provides Wi-Fi service for Emirates’ aircraft. The only major limitation is that, per Federal Aviation Administration...
For Better or Worse, Emirates Passengers Can Now Yammer on Their Cell Phones in Flight
Why Japan can't quit the fax machine

LinkedIn: 10 Office Tools And Workplace Norms That Are Going Extinct

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You know the office is changing when old school executives tell you they work from home. They might go into the office to check in but often they are either working out of the house our out on the road. It’s just the reality of the new work world. LinkedIn...
LinkedIn: 10 Office Tools And Workplace Norms That Are Going Extinct

Hello Health raises $11.5M to help doctors go paper-free

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For all the high-tech equipment doctors use in their practices, when it comes to communicating with patients, far too many physicians are woefully old-school, relying on fax machines and telephones for sharing tests results and releasing medical records. But New York-based Hello Health is one company trying to change that...
Hello Health raises $11.5M to help doctors go paper-free
Google Books Data Mining Reveals Mad Men's Big Historical Flaw: Business Lingo

HP recalls fire-prone fax machines after at least seven go up in flames

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HP's issuing a voluntary recall for its 1040 and 1050 fax machines as a result of at least seven reports of the devices overheating and catching fire. There's been no serious damage to life or limb, but there's at least one instance of significant property damage reported, and also...
HP recalls fire-prone fax machines after at least seven go up in flames
Japan's digital content struggles: the country of the future remains stuck in the past

5 Ways to Tell if a Co-Working Space is Right for Your Startup

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What's less structured than a business incubator and more community-oriented than executive suites? For an increasing number of startups, the answer is co-working spaces - where entrepreneurs rent desks, office space and access to office amenities by the hour, day or month.  But how can you tell if a...
5 Ways to Tell if a Co-Working Space is Right for Your Startup
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Japan: The Country Where 59% of Households Still Have a Fax

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For a mix of reasons, more than half of Japanese households still have fax machines and businesses say they are a "required communication tool."...
Japan: The Country Where 59% of Households Still Have a Fax
RingCentral integrates with Dropbox, Box, Google to bring faxing to the cloud
A Norwegian startup tries to bring the biggest disruption to the murky shipping industry since email

Health 2.0 Challenge #1: Getting Doctors Off Fax Machines

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Today at the DC to VC: Health IT Startup Showcase, a collaboration between Morgenthaler Ventures and the Health 2.0 Conference, I saw firsthand how health IT startups are tackling big, real-world problems. Coming from a world where a photo-sharing mobile app gets bought for $1 Billion, it's refreshing to see...
Health 2.0 Challenge #1: Getting Doctors Off Fax Machines

2013: The Year Payments Finally Emerge From the Dark Ages?

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Image copyright koya979What technologies from the 1960s do you still use today? What about from the 1990s? Most of us don’t use rotary phones, beepers, dial-up Internet or fax machines anymore. Yet we still use magnetic stripe credit cards and outdated point-of-sale systems. Payments technologies continue to lag far behind...
2013: The Year Payments Finally Emerge From the Dark Ages?

Get Nyan Cat Faxed to You With Nyan Fax

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Fax machines may not be as common as they once were, but don't tell that to these guys....
Get Nyan Cat Faxed to You With Nyan Fax
The office of the future: Flexible hours, naps, and no fax machines (infographic)
Software eats food: FarmersWeb raises $1 million brings wholesale food sales online

Internet fax provider MetroFax sold to j2Global

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MetroFax, a 16-year-old Bellevue company, has been sold to j2Global for an undisclosed price. The company’s services are used by thousands of customers to eliminate the need of traditional fax machines. “MetroFax provides Internet faxing from email, Microsoft Office applications, and almost any Windows-based program,” the company writes on its...
Internet fax provider MetroFax sold to j2Global

Seamless Makes Smooth Food Deliveries Despite Dealing With 3,500 Fax Machines

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Pick a restaurant on Seamless, the online food-ordering service, and with just a few clicks, your meal will be ready for pickup or delivery. It's a slick experience, made even slicker by Tuesday's release of Seamless' iPad app. But on the back end, the experience is anything but seamless,...
Seamless Makes Smooth Food Deliveries Despite Dealing With 3,500 Fax Machines

Why I hate dishwashers

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This supposed labour-saving device promises so much but delivers so little - and I like doing the washing-up anywayIn certain circles it's akin to admitting you find Jim Davidson's gags funny, only it's slightly more baffling. It's like saying you think fax machines are better than email or that the...
Why I hate dishwashers

Google's AdWords Update: Are Desktops The New Fax Machines?

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Editor’s note: Richard Zwicky is CEO of BlueGlass Interactive, a digital marketing agency and software provider. Follow him on Twitter @rzwicky. Does Wednesday’s AdWords announcement mean Google is already acknowledging the end of the desktop? When AdWords was developed, people only worried about ads delivered from websites to people sitting at a desk...
Google's AdWords Update: Are Desktops The New Fax Machines?

Ooma HD2 handset and Linx adapter available on Oct.17 for $60 and $50, respectively

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Ooma's Telo telephony device is pretty wonderful all by itself, but pairing it with the company's soon-to-be-released HD2 handset and Linx peripheral presents a whole new opportunity to the VoIP crowd. The HD2 -- the second generation Telo handset first introduced at CES 2012 -- offers some smartphone-esque functionality...
Ooma HD2 handset and Linx adapter available on Oct.17 for $60 and $50, respectively

Daily Report: In High-Tech Japan, the Fax Machines Roll On

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The old-fashioned fax machine remains popular in Japan, long after the rest of the world has abandoned it. The government says that almost all business offices and nearly half of private homes had a fax machine as of 2011....
Daily Report: In High-Tech Japan, the Fax Machines Roll On
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