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ongoing development

Mobile and social app developer Cellfish acquires digital music advertising platform ToneMedia

thenextweb.com
Mobile and social app publisher Cellfish announced it had acquired digital advertising platform ToneMedia today. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, however. Cellfish works in a number of different areas, but is most well-known for Bandsintown, a concert discovery app for music fans on Facebook, iOS and Android. The company...
Mobile and social app developer Cellfish acquires digital music advertising platform ToneMedia

Discover better stories

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The Discover tab makes it easy to discover information that matters to you without having to follow additional accounts. Starting today, the Discover tab will begin to surface content that is even more personalized and meaningful to you. We’ve incorporated additional personalization signals to select Discover stories, including Tweets that...
Discover better stories

Thunderbird: Stability and Community Innovation

blog.lizardwrangler.com
Thunderbird provides an open-source, cross-platform email alternative for those of us who still use stand-alone email clients (and I am one).  It’s trust-worthy, it’s under your control, and it’s built to reflect the Mozilla mission. Once again we’ve been asking the question:  is Thunderbird a likely source of innovation and...
Thunderbird: Stability and Community Innovation

First Ubuntu smartphones get one step closer with backing of Carrier Advisory Group

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The arrival of the first Ubuntu OS-based smartphone took one step closer today with the formation of the Ubuntu Carrier Advisory Group – a collection of operators around the world that want a say in the ongoing development of the Ubuntu smartphone OS. Canonical, the company behind the open source...
First Ubuntu smartphones get one step closer with backing of Carrier Advisory Group

Placety launches its location-based social network for iPhone and iPad

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Placety has officially launched its place-centered mobile social network with an app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The startup got its start last year and has been testing the service for the past few months. Placety founder Ulf Waschbusch said the app is built to answer the question “What’s around...
Placety launches its location-based social network for iPhone and iPad
Acquired by SweetLabs, Instagrille relaunches to make Instagram photos shine on PCs
Facebook Rumored To Purchase Traffic App Waze For $1 Billion

4 Areas Where Facebook Must Focus Post-IPO

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Mark Zuckerberg and 900 million of his friends hit Wall Street with America’s largest IPO and once again made history. Facebook’s first trade was $42.05 giving the social network a valuation of ~$115 billion. In the process, Zuckerberg became the 29th-richest man in the world with another half dozen...
4 Areas Where Facebook Must Focus Post-IPO

Team behind webOS Enyo framework reportedly leaving HP and joining Google

arstechnica.com
Earlier this year, HP published the source code of Enyo, the underlying JavaScript framework of the webOS platform. The code was made available under the permissive Apache license as part of a broader plan to open the entire webOS environment. HP intended to continue advancing Enyo, but the extent of...
Team behind webOS Enyo framework reportedly leaving HP and joining Google

Switzerland's Squirro raises seed funding to help add context to your data

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Formula VC, a new fund with a presence in Silicon Valley and London, UK, has announced its first investment. The firm has backed a Swiss startup named Squirro, which develops software that adds context to information. What Squirro’s technology does is take unstructured data from any digital source and turns...
Switzerland's Squirro raises seed funding to help add context to your data
Google Apps gets a big enterprise security boost with ISO 27001 certification

Daily deal site Tippr lays off 25 employees, restructuring sales effort

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Tippr, the daily deal technology services startup led by Seattle entrepreneur Martin Tobias, laid off 25 employees today as part of a restructuring of the sales organization, GeekWire has learned. The Seattle company now employs about 45 people, yet still has about 10 open positions. “The reductions were in merchant...
Daily deal site Tippr lays off 25 employees, restructuring sales effort
Cornell NYC Tech teams up with the U.S. Government to strip the red tape from innovation

Apple And Google Still Lead WebKit Development, But More Smaller Companies Contributing

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Apple and Google still represent the bulk of reviewed commits contributing to the ongoing development of WebKit, the open source web browser engine that powers Safari and Chrome, among others. Google accounts for the bulk of commits, having overtaken Apple in that regard back in 2009 (though Apple still does much more with fewer authors actually...
Apple And Google Still Lead WebKit Development, But More Smaller Companies Contributing
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