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Weaponizing The Patent System: A Tiny Startup Faces Financial Extinction

SaaS seeds ready to bloom

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One expected benefit from the shift to the cloud is the emergence of a refreshing new crop of innovative software suppliers....
SaaS seeds ready to bloom

Will the iPad Cause the End of Innovation?

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A debate in tech circles questions whether Apple's iPad is a good or bad thing for the development of innovative software....
Will the iPad Cause the End of Innovation?

Cisco discontinues Android Cius tablet due to BYOD trend in enterprise

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According to a blog post by Cisco’s TelePresence Technology Group OJ Winge (via NetworkWorld), Cisco has announced it is shutting down its Android-based Cius business tablet project. The roughly $1000 tablet solution started shipping less than a year ago and clearly isn’t doing too well. The reason for killing off...
Cisco discontinues Android Cius tablet due to BYOD trend in enterprise

Apps are the road to riches? Not so, say UK boffins

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In evidence submitted to MPs in their response to questions about the commercialisation of research, the UK Computing Research Committee (UKCRC) has poured cold water on the optimism related to British tech research turning a real profit. The committee says that although the UK has a good record of commercialisation,...
Apps are the road to riches? Not so, say UK boffins

New Workout App For Pebble Shows Why Your Wrist Might The New Hot Spot For Mobile Devs

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A new app created by Toronto-based developer and entrepreneur Alex Kennberg uses the Pebble to take users through a standard 7-minute workout (made popular through media coverage at outlets including the New York Times Magazine), and does so using only the tech on your wrist. It’s a great example of...
New Workout App For Pebble Shows Why Your Wrist Might The New Hot Spot For Mobile Devs
Tech Law: Opinion: The Patent System's Not Broken

BYOD didn’t kill Cicso’s tablet; it was a doomed idea

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Citing employee preferences and the growing Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement, Cisco is no longer investing in the Cius Android tablet it announced in 2010. The company says it will instead focus on collaboration software and solutions as workers use a wide range of hardware and enterprises are rushing...
BYOD didn’t kill Cicso’s tablet; it was a doomed idea

After Endeavor Invests, Reid Hoffman Joins Globant’s Advisory Board; Is An IPO Next?

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Over nine years, Globant has been building one of the stronger and more reputable IT companies in South America. It’s no easy feat to build innovative software products for a global audience, but Globant seems to have hit the right note with its combination of open source and proprietary software,...
After Endeavor Invests, Reid Hoffman Joins Globant’s Advisory Board; Is An IPO Next?

It’s the big one: The mega-map of over 80 of the best mind mapping resources

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One of my objectives for the Mind Mapping Software Blog is to help to grow this fascinating software niche, because I believe it has so much potential as a business tool that is still waiting to be tapped. Accordingly, I have just produced another helpful mind map that gathers over...
It’s the big one: The mega-map of over 80 of the best mind mapping resources

Box teams with Deutsche Telekom in German cloud push (bonus: interview with Box COO Dan Levin)

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Cloud-based collaboration and file sharing software startup Box has inked a ‘strategic technology partnership’ with Deutsche Telekom in an effort reach more SMBs in Germany and beyond. Under the agreement, Deutsche Telekom will offer Box’s platform as a “trusted, validated and supported” solution in its recently debuted Business Marketplace, which...
Box teams with Deutsche Telekom in German cloud push (bonus: interview with Box COO Dan Levin)

Galaxy S III is a global hit: 20 million sold (and counting)

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No single Android phone has outsold the iPhone over time, although one is making a strong showing. Samsung announced on Thursday that its Galaxy S III has crossed the 20 million sales mark in the 100 days since launching in May. This follows a recent report that at three of...
Galaxy S III is a global hit: 20 million sold (and counting)
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