fundamental differences

fundamental differences

Wall Street Loves Workday, But Doesn't Understand Subscription Businesses

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Workday had a monster IPO last month, pricing well above the top of its range and closing its first day with a pop of nearly 75 percent, and Wall Street seemed to respond well to the company’s first quarterly earnings report on Wednesday. Founders Dave Duffield and Aneel Bhusri have...
Wall Street Loves Workday, But Doesn't Understand Subscription Businesses

Why IBM Doesn't Compete With Google Drive. Really

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IBM has launched a cloud-based office-productivity suite called SmartCloud Docs that some industry observers say is a competitor to Google Drive (nee Google Docs). But the comparison is apples to oranges. OK, well maybe Fuji to Granny Smith. Different Ends of the Market While Google Drive started with consumers and...
Why IBM Doesn't Compete With Google Drive. Really

Involver adds visual tool for producing custom Facebook apps without code

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Social marketing platform Involver today introduced a visual tool for building Facebook applications and other customizable experiences. The Visual SML is an addition to Involver’s Social Markup Language, a system that enables front-end developers to code apps more efficiently. Now with the visual tool, coding isn’t necessary. Marketers can drag...
Involver adds visual tool for producing custom Facebook apps without code

Instagram For Video - Music, Meaning And Moments Succeed Where Others Fail

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Editor’s note: Peter Csathy is president and CEO of online video technology company Sorenson Media. He previously served as CEO of video chat company SightSpeed (acquired by Logitech) and as president and COO of online music pioneer Musicmatch (acquired by Yahoo!). Follow him on Twitter @pcsathy. There is a burgeoning fascination around...
Instagram For Video - Music, Meaning And Moments Succeed Where Others Fail

Weekly Wrap-Up: Foxconn Riots, My Week With Android, And How To Buy A Smartphone

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My week with Android, or why I'm buying an iPhone 5; Foxconn riots; and how to buy a smartphone. All of this and more in the ReadWriteWeb Weekly Wrap-up. After the jump you'll find more of this week's top news stories on some of the key topics that are...
Weekly Wrap-Up: Foxconn Riots, My Week With Android, And How To Buy A Smartphone

How To Buy A Smartphone: Which Is Better, Android or iPhone?

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What is the difference between Android and the iPhone, really? Where do Windows Phone and BlackBerry fit in? All these platforms do basically the same thing (connect a phone to the Internet and applications), but there are fundamental differences. Determining what kind of smartphone is right for you means knowing...
How To Buy A Smartphone: Which Is Better, Android or iPhone?
3 Possible Reasons Why iOS Owners Use Their Devices More Than Android

Exclusive: Zynga's Alan Patmore case gets more complicated with Kixeye cross-complaint

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Zynga’s lawsuit against Alan Patmore just had another legal layer added to it: Kixeye’s legal team filed a cross-complaint against Zynga yesterday afternoon. Kixeye’s complaint alleges that Zynga’s lawsuit against Patmore is designed to “send a message to its employees about the consquences of leaving Zynga to work at Kixeye...
Exclusive: Zynga's Alan Patmore case gets more complicated with Kixeye cross-complaint
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Why do stars seem to "know" what type of galaxy they will inhabit?

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When they form, do stars "know" what kind of galaxy they will inhabit? Obviously that question is too anthropomorphic—stars have no minds. Nevertheless, fundamental differences appear to exist in the populations of stars in spiral galaxies (like the Milky Way) and those in elliptical galaxies. Not only that, different...
Why do stars seem to "know" what type of galaxy they will inhabit?
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