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Help a Startup Out: A Craigslist for Startups

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Startups may need help recruiting online just like more traditional companies, but when it comes to also finding advice, getting feedback or seeking early partnerships, it's not easy to meet these needs in one handy location. Chris McCann and Brendan McManus, the co-founders behind the Startup Digest email event newsletter,...
Help a Startup Out: A Craigslist for Startups

Geekli.st rolls out of beta, launching to the public with a new job postings service

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We first brought you news on Geekli.st last August, while it was still in pre-launch mode – and today, well, it launches out of beta with a new job postings feature. Just to recap, Geekli.st is a community developed by programmers, for programmers, that helps coders rack up street cred,...
Geekli.st rolls out of beta, launching to the public with a new job postings service

These Maps Show The U.S. Cities That Can't Hire Tech Workers Fast Enough

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We all want a great, high-paying job. To make that happen, it helps to be in an area where there are more jobs to fill than qualified people to fill them. We worked with the folks at job hunting site Bright to scout out the places in the country that...
These Maps Show The U.S. Cities That Can't Hire Tech Workers Fast Enough

Too bad, Acer: Microsoft is working on next-gen Surface units, according to job posting

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Well, here’s your answer, Acer: No. Microsoft, who was publicly dressed down yesterday by its OEM partner Acer for entering into the market that its partners had long ruled — computing devices running Windows — appears to be full speed ahead on the idea. Caught first by Mary Branscombe on...
Too bad, Acer: Microsoft is working on next-gen Surface units, according to job posting

Geekli.st releases API to allow developers to monetize their achievements

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It was only several weeks ago when Geekli.st rolled out of beta and became available to the public and, since then, the company has stayed busy making the service more useful for developers. As you may know, it’s a community developed by programmers for programmers to basically use as their portfolio to...
Geekli.st releases API to allow developers to monetize their achievements

Valve says it is 'frustrated by the lack of innovation' in PC hardware so it's 'jumping in'

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Do you remember the rumor back in March 2012 suggesting Valve was working on a ‘Steam Box’ gaming console with partners and the subsequent denial from the company? Well, consider the rumor renewed. Valve has declared it is jumping into the computer hardware space, according to one of its own...
Valve says it is 'frustrated by the lack of innovation' in PC hardware so it's 'jumping in'

Apple Moving to In-House Mapping Service with 3D Views in iOS 6?

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9to5Mac reports that Apple will moving away from Google Maps services in iOS 6, making the transition to an in-house mapping service that included 3D views. According to the report, Apple's prior acquisitions of mapping companies Placebase and Poly9 are ready to bear fruit, with last year's purchase of 3D...
Apple Moving to In-House Mapping Service with 3D Views in iOS 6?

St. Louis forming $100M startup fund to send deals flowing down the Mississippi

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now Old St. Louis wants to become hot with young startups. Civic and business leaders are raising $100 million to kick the region’s burgeoning startup scene up a notch. Dubbed the Regional Entrepreneurship Initiative (REI), it seeks to attract venture...
St. Louis forming $100M startup fund to send deals flowing down the Mississippi

Stealthy SilverCar Raising Capital for Luxury Car Rentals, Headed by Former Skybus CEO

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SilverCar, an Austin-based startup focused on luxury car rentals, has raised $3.27 million, according to a regulatory filing. The offering has the capacity to raise up to $11 million, but $3.27 million has been secured to date, the filing states. The stealth mode company doesn’t have a Web site, but...
Stealthy SilverCar Raising Capital for Luxury Car Rentals, Headed by Former Skybus CEO

Aperture iOS app hinted at in Apple job postings

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Apple's Aperture team is looking for managers, user interface engineers and software coders who have experience operating in the iOS environment, possibly signaling that the company is developing an iDevice-centric version of the high performance photo editing program....
Aperture iOS app hinted at in Apple job postings

Top jobs of the week in tech

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If you’re wondering what’s happening in the world of tech, be sure to check our our weekly wrap-up podcasts. The latest edition features GigaOM writers Eliza Kern, Erica Ogg and Barb Darrow chatting about Path, Apple’s latest design decisions, Microsoft, Amazon and more. Then, check out the latest batch of...
Top jobs of the week in tech

Infographic: SEO Hot Cities - New York, San Francisco & LA

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So you want to be an SEO? Try moving to New York, San Francisco or Los Angeles, which have the most job postings. Being an SEO might lead to bigger things, too, as the skill is listed as part of jobs such as “marketing manager” and “director of marketing.” These...
Infographic: SEO Hot Cities - New York, San Francisco & LA

Apple may be hiring engineers to redesign 30-pin dock connector

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Apple is currently looking for a new "connector design engineer" to work at its Cupertino headquarters. Why does anyone care? The job postings lend credence to recent rumors that the next iPhone may include a revised, smaller connector to replace the ubiquitous 30-pin dock connector which first made its debut on...
Apple may be hiring engineers to redesign 30-pin dock connector

Looking For Work? Facebook Wants Salesmen, Google Wants Product People

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Facebook or Google aren’t in the habit of laying out their corporate roadmaps for outsiders. But you can get a decent sense of what they’re planning on by looking at their job postings, which they helpfully post on LinkedIn. Capstone Investments has sorted through the last few months of postings,...
Looking For Work? Facebook Wants Salesmen, Google Wants Product People

Spotify eyes European expansion with Italy and Poland launch, according to new job postings

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Widening its footprint in Europe, popular music streaming company Spotify is set to launch its service in Italy and Poland, after it posted new job vacancies for “Growth Manager” positions in both countries. Both job openings (Poland/Italy) state that a successful candidate will be responsible for launching Spotify in one...
Spotify eyes European expansion with Italy and Poland launch, according to new job postings
Apple Job Posting Hints At Major New System-On-A-Chip Design Effort

Top jobs of the week in digital media

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This week all eyes are on San Francisco as our colleagues at GigaOM launch their sixth annual Structure conference, their signature cloud and infrastructure event. Follow along with their live blog coverage of the event, and be sure to check out our latest batch of job postings: Melcher Media: VP,...
Top jobs of the week in digital media

Apple Gets Siri-ous, Posts 12 Siri-Related Job Openings

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Siri: Why is Apple recruiting so many people to work on you? Siri, Apple's speech-recognizing personal assistant, seems set to go through some Siri-ous changes. (Sorry, we'll stop now.) Over the weekend Apple advertised 12 different positions relating to Siri. The jobs range from a Speech Operations Engineer responsible...
Apple Gets Siri-ous, Posts 12 Siri-Related Job Openings

Microsoft Job Postings Reveal “Skype For Browsers” Project

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A series of job postings from Microsoft hint at – well, actually they come out and state that – Microsoft intends to bring Skype to the web browser. The posts, which describe positions for software development engineers, mention that the Skype web app would be built (thankfully) using HTML5 and...
Microsoft Job Postings Reveal “Skype For Browsers” Project

In Tough Economy, Big Job Sites Aren't Enough For The Unemployed

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There may have been a time when you could find a job simply by applying directly through a company’s website, or by relying on the big job sites like Monster.com and CareerBuilder.com. But if there ever was, it is long over, another casualty of persistent unemployment and an economy where many people have...
In Tough Economy, Big Job Sites Aren't Enough For The Unemployed

Rejoice, Spotify for iOS gets iPhone 5 support at long last

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Spotify today released version 0.5.8 of its native iOS app. You can download the latest release now from the official Apple App Store. The only point mentioned in the changelog is “Spotify now looks great on iPhone 5!” The requirements now read: “Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires...
Rejoice, Spotify for iOS gets iPhone 5 support at long last

With 1M new downloads in 3 months, Node.js momentum just keeps on keeping on

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It’s not surprising that Strongloop would tout the traction Node.js is getting in the market – the startup was founded a few months ago to bring commercially supported versions of the language to Red Hat Linux, MacOS, Ubuntu and Windows. But even more neutral observers give the server-side JavaScript framework its due. After all,...
With 1M new downloads in 3 months, Node.js momentum just keeps on keeping on

Deep inside Windows Blue: 10 coolest features in Microsoft's leaked OS

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After an abundance of rumors, whispers, and slip-ups in job postings, we now have more concrete evidence of Microsoft's secretive Windows Blue operating system: An honest-to-goodness leak of an early build of the OS. The leak of "Windows Build 9364" appeared on torrent and file sharing sites Sunday morning...
Deep inside Windows Blue: 10 coolest features in Microsoft's leaked OS

Job Postings and Patent Acquisitions Hint at Potential Overhaul of iLife and iWork

www.macrumors.com
Several clues surfacing in recent days have hinted that Apple's iWork and iLife suites may be undergoing substantial redevelopment. Late last week, Apple Bitch noticed two new job listings for senior software engineers for the company's iLife team, with the descriptions emphasizing a desire to "re-imagine how user interfaces should...
Job Postings and Patent Acquisitions Hint at Potential Overhaul of iLife and iWork
Geeklist Debuts New Tools to Help Companies Tap Into the Geekosphere

Amazon hiring execs to make comedy and kids shows, possibly for

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Newly surfaced Amazon.com job postings provide some interesting clues about the company’s push into original programming. An Amazon unit called the People’s Production Company, an extension of its crowd-sourced Amazon Studios initiative, is seeking creative executives to develop half-hour comedy and kids shows “for online and traditional distribution.” As noted...
Amazon hiring execs to make comedy and kids shows, possibly for

Apple Replacing Google Maps On iOS With Its Own Solution Later This Year

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As previously rumored, Apple is replacing the default Google Maps service within its iOS operating system with its own mapping solution, according to the Wall Street Journal. Later this year, Apple is planning to oust Google Maps as the preloaded, default maps app from the iPhone and iPad and release...
Apple Replacing Google Maps On iOS With Its Own Solution Later This Year

Recruiting developers: Perspectives from the startup front lines

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Photo: Brenda Gottsabend Recruiting developers to a startup is hard. The market is tight. That’s compounded by the fact that it takes a special type of developer to work at a startup — someone who is comfortable with uncertainty and ambiguity, and digs the culture. I spend a lot of...
Recruiting developers: Perspectives from the startup front lines
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