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Boot up: patent Rockstars, Samsung Galaxy S3 review, cookies kill sites, zombies kill sites and more

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Plus the death of e-ink?, how rural fibre is advancing a metre at a time, the view from Saturn and moreA burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamHow Apple and Microsoft armed 4,000 patent warheads >> Wired.comBut [Scott] Widdowson is a specialist....
Boot up: patent Rockstars, Samsung Galaxy S3 review, cookies kill sites, zombies kill sites and more
How Apple and Microsoft Armed 4,000 Patent Warheads

YC Alum Curebit Raises $1.2 Million For Online Referral System

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Y Combinator alum Curebit, an online customer referral platform that leverages social media for “word-of-mouth” advertising, has just raised $1.2 million in funding. The investors include 500 Startups, Karl Jacob, Auren Hoffman, Dharmesh Shah, Gordon Tucker, Alex Lloyd of Accelerator Ventures, and others. The funding will be used for continued...
YC Alum Curebit Raises $1.2 Million For Online Referral System

Mobile Gaming Startup Red Hot Labs Raises $1.5 Million

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Red Hot Labs, the gaming development startup founded by two ex-Zynga engineers who helped create FarmVille, announced Thursday it raised $1.5 million in seed funding. Investors include Andreessen Horowitz, Greylock Partners, SV Angel, General Catalyst Partners, Japan’s IT-Farm and others. The six-person outfit is currently working on a number of...
Mobile Gaming Startup Red Hot Labs Raises $1.5 Million

Apple And Microsoft Behind Patent Troll Armed With Thousands Of Nortel Patents

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You may recall last summer that Apple, Microsoft, EMC, RIM, Ericsson and Sony all teamed up to buy Nortel's patents for $4.5 billion. They beat out a team of Google and Intel who bid a bit less. While there was some antitrust scrutiny over the deal, it was dropped and...
Apple And Microsoft Behind Patent Troll Armed With Thousands Of Nortel Patents
In the Race to Win Social Video, Is One App Gaming the System Too Much?

Mobile Start-Up Hopes to Build a Business That Lasts on Apps That Don't

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While many app developers are focused on creating apps that people want to keep on their phone, Joshua Merrill is more interested in the kind that can be used for a time and then thrown away. Merrill is the founder of a start-up called TapCanvas that focuses on helping people...
Mobile Start-Up Hopes to Build a Business That Lasts on Apps That Don't
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