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Business Information Service Provider Duedil Raises $5 Million

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Private business information service Duedil (short for ‘due diligence’, get it?) is today announcing that it has closed its Series A round of funding, raising $5 million in fresh cash. The financing round was led by Notion Capital and Oak Investment Partners, with participation from early Spotify backer Shakil Khan...
Business Information Service Provider Duedil Raises $5 Million
Zappos CEO rethinks urban transportation in Vegas with 100 Tesla Model S cars

Boot up: Google unPlayful, 19 degrees of web separation, iWatch v Glass and more

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Plus Singapore's webcam extortion, Tesla owners drive on, a Chinese hacker exposed, and moreA burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamGoogle asks journalists to tone down story of "massive" Google Play security flaw >> Apple InsiderAfter publishing the story [that Google Play...
Boot up: Google unPlayful, 19 degrees of web separation, iWatch v Glass and more
Evernote Food captures your memorable meals, comes to Android
Location tracking of GSM cellphones: now easier (and cheaper) than ever
Gates, Gore, And Dimon, Oh My: Here's The Full Schedule Of Kleiner Perkins' Exclusive CEO Summit

Royal Mail 'should make postcode address data available for free'

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Open Data User Group argues that removing charge for location details of 29m UK residences would benefit businessRoyal Mail should make its paid-for postcode address file (PAF) listing the locations of 29m residences available for free, says the Open Data User Group, whose chair was appointed by Cabinet Office minister...
Royal Mail 'should make postcode address data available for free'

'Zaarly Anywhere' launched, partnering with LA Times, Ikea and more as Zaarly moves into B2C

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Zaarly, the service that allows users to find people to carry out tasks, has taken the next step of its evolution with the launch of its “Zaarly Anywhere” API. The launch sees partnerships with a range of publishers and B2C retailers, including the LA Times and Ikea’s Hackers Platform, that...
'Zaarly Anywhere' launched, partnering with LA Times, Ikea and more as Zaarly moves into B2C

Facebook for Android update adds batch uploading, photos and emoji to messages

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Facebook for Android just updated to version 1.9.8. The latest version notably includes a new uploader for selecting and uploading multiple images, while another tweak adds the ability to enter photos and emoji characters in messages. Moreover, users can now create an event with various options like inputting location...
Facebook for Android update adds batch uploading, photos and emoji to messages

North Korea v South Korea: mapping every incident from 1958 to 2013

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North and South Korea are in a state of heightened tensions. How many of incidents have there been - and where were they?• Interactive map• Get the dataTensions between North and South Korea are at a high, as the US and Seoul brace themselves for a missile test. There is...
North Korea v South Korea: mapping every incident from 1958 to 2013

ChillWith.me Launches Group Planning App with a Clever Business Model

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It wasn’t all that long ago that GroupMe dominated its competition at SXSW and “won” the group messaging wars. The startup is now safely tucked inside of Skype, inside of Microsoft, spinning up curated events for groups under its new GroupMe Experiences product and partnerships with Amex. Since claiming...
ChillWith.me Launches Group Planning App with a Clever Business Model
Where Zuck and team are headed next: The full IPO roadshow schedule

Apple joins Facebook and Microsoft in revealing US surveillance requests

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Tech firm promises users that iMessage, FaceTime, location details and Siri requests remain privateThe technology firm Apple says it has received 4,000-5,000 surveillance requests from the US government about its customers since December 2012.The company's disclosure comes after the Guardian revealed the existence of a US National Security Agency programme...
Apple joins Facebook and Microsoft in revealing US surveillance requests
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