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Kyocera Rise linked to Sprint and Virgin Mobile in leak, clue vanishes in a hot minute

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Kyocera has already committed to launching the Hydro with Boost Mobile next month, but the Rise is still the bridesmaid, and not a bride -- at least, not until a blink-and-you'll-miss-it leak that emerged this weekend. A Twitter update by EV leaks has the Android 4.0 QWERTY slider attached...
Kyocera Rise linked to Sprint and Virgin Mobile in leak, clue vanishes in a hot minute
DHS Says Agent 'Hunches' Trump Citizens' Rights In Searching Your Computer At The Border
Living on a Stream: The Rise of Real-Time Video

Startup Success Requires The Drive For Data

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Editor’s note: Jeff Ma is the founder of tenXer, a startup that provides tools to help people better understand their performance, progress, and productivity at work. Previously, he helped start GolfSpan.com, CircleLending, and Citizen Sports. Follow him on Twitter. The first thing you learn when you start playing blackjack is something called basic...
Startup Success Requires The Drive For Data
How big data will transform politics, education and just about everything else

Why Did TestFlight Sell To Burstly? “We Couldn’t Change The App Ecosystem Alone”

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TestFlight could have been a safe, little business, but co-founder Ben Satterfield is a true entrepreneur, and his dreams are not so small. Before today, only the most successful mobile app developers could afford sophisticated real-time usage and revenue data tracking. Costs prevented indie developers from getting the data they needed to...
Why Did TestFlight Sell To Burstly? “We Couldn’t Change The App Ecosystem Alone”
How Stanford's Andreas Weigend leads by example in pursuit of data symmetry

Samsung Galaxy Stellar pops up in Verizon docs, might light up our skies soon

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Having launched an all-out blitz on the high-end of US smartphones, Samsung must be eager to conquer the mid-range as well. A Verizon rebate list finding its way to Droid-Life has the previously unknown Galaxy Stellar showing up amongst the carrier's more budget-minded smartphones for a $50 discount sometime...
Samsung Galaxy Stellar pops up in Verizon docs, might light up our skies soon

An Insider's Guide to Technology Analysts

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Gartner. Forrester. IDC. And lots of smaller fish, too. You can't read a tech-industy news story, attend a conference or listen to a sales pitch without someone quoting an industry analyst. For tech companies, analysts are big news and big business, promising to help with transformation, monetization and a...
An Insider's Guide to Technology Analysts

Meet Microryza: Crowd funding for scientific research

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This is awesome. Launching today is Microryza, a Seattle-based firm that is taking the popular crowd-based fundraising model and is applying it to a critical component of the modern economy: scientific research. Yes, you just might be able to help fund your own Sheldon Cooper now. The platform allows for...
Meet Microryza: Crowd funding for scientific research
Why log data is the real story behind the Tesla/NY Times dust up

SEC Watch: Khosla Ventures Raising Money For New Seed Fund, Filing Says

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Looks like the seed funding wave continues to get stronger. The latest evidence: Khosla Ventures, the Silicon Valley venture capital firm headed up by tech industry veteran Vinod Khosla, is raising a new seed fund, according to regulatory documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission this afternoon. According to...
SEC Watch: Khosla Ventures Raising Money For New Seed Fund, Filing Says

Court upholds Fifth Amendment, prevents forced decryption of data

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When our forefathers were amending the constitution for the fifth time, they probably didn't have TrueCrypt-locked hard drives in mind. However, a ruling from the 11th Circuit Appeals Court has upheld the right of an anonymous testifier to not forcibly decrypt their data. The case relates to a Jon...
Court upholds Fifth Amendment, prevents forced decryption of data

5 Ways To Know Your Marketing Metrics Don't Suck

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Just as Billy Beane changed baseball from a game of hunches to a business of stat-driven decision making, leading marketers are also upping their game by increasing emphasis on metrics that matter. Whether or not Brad Pitt wins Best Actor later this month for his sublimely subtle portrayal of Billy...
5 Ways To Know Your Marketing Metrics Don't Suck
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