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CyberCop is coming: Russia's Group-IB receives $966,000 to build an anti-cybercrime system

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Group-IB, a resident of the Moscow-based Skolkovo Foundation, is set to receive 30m rubles (approximately $966,000) to develop a counter-cybercrime system for both Russian and international customers, FK-Novosti reports. The grant is financed by the Skolkovo Foundation, which has appropriated 21m rubles ($676,000), and LETA Group, an accredited investor in Skolkovo residents and also...
CyberCop is coming: Russia's Group-IB receives $966,000 to build an anti-cybercrime system

Stripe clone Paymill now lets merchants accept more credit cards, including American Express

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Paymill, the digital payment service and Stripe clone started by the Samwer brothers’ Rocket Internet accelerator, is today announcing that it now enables merchants to accept multiple credit cards. After integrating big brands like MasterCard and VISA earlier, Paymill now also offers American Express, Diners Club and other credit cards....
Stripe clone Paymill now lets merchants accept more credit cards, including American Express

TitanicRealTime Floods Your Timeline with the Unsinkable Ship's Demise

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Monday marks the 101st anniversary of the sinking of the RMS Titanic. If you need something to do for the next few hours, you can follow @TitanicRealTime as it live-tweets the last moments of the unfortunate voyage. Created last year by The History Press, TitanicRealTime’s first-person tweets put a distinctly personal spin...
TitanicRealTime Floods Your Timeline with the Unsinkable Ship's Demise

New York offers up free office and coworking space to startups displaced by Sandy

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For most of Manhattan, normalcy is finally starting to return to residents after Sandy first showed its face last week. Unfortunately, that wave of calm is not spreading throughout the rest of New York City, as many areas are still suffering from the storm’s effects and are without power and...
New York offers up free office and coworking space to startups displaced by Sandy

TripIt now lets you share travel plans directly to LinkedIn as network updates

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Travel organizing platform TripIt has announced that its users can share their travel plans on LinkedIn in the main network update stream, while before it was only possible with people in the network using TripIt’s MyTravel LinkedIn app. With this agreement, TripIt has it all covered, as users of its mobile...
TripIt now lets you share travel plans directly to LinkedIn as network updates

Time Warner Cable to the rescue as telecom company sends recharge vehicles with WiFi to New York City

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Residents of New York City will find some relief from the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy as telecommunications company Time Warner Cable said that it would be sending multiple vehicles to hard hit areas in Manhattan and Staten Island with mobile charging stations and free WiFi access points to help...
Time Warner Cable to the rescue as telecom company sends recharge vehicles with WiFi to New York City
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Stray Boots turns city tours into games, raises $2 million to expand its app to new cities

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Stray Boots, a New York-based startup that recently graduated from the Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator with the goal of transforming the city tours market, has announced a $2 million Series A funding round led by Milestone Venture Partners. The company had previously raised $400,000. The startup, which first launched in 2009 as Urban Games, tells TNW that...
Stray Boots turns city tours into games, raises $2 million to expand its app to new cities

Chinese mobile game developer CMGE met with chilly reception on NASDAQ

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When China Mobile Games and Entertainment Group (CMGE) arrived on the NASDAQ stock exchange on Tuesday, it wasn’t met with the warmest of welcomes, as the high bid price was less than 10 percent of the company’s $40 ask price, Tech in Asia reports. Chinese companies have been hesitant to...
Chinese mobile game developer CMGE met with chilly reception on NASDAQ
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