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20-somethings looking to date? Try getting off your phone and meeting IRL

gigaom.com
So much has been written about the phenomena of online dating that I thought I’d pretty much read it all. It’s obvious, right? Matching people via online profiles in which they may or may not be truthful in is clearly a challenge, in both the data and the unpredictable human element involved....
20-somethings looking to date? Try getting off your phone and meeting IRL

EU launches full-blown investigation of Samsung's suspected abuse of FRAND-pledged patents -- Motorola must watch out

fosspatents.blogspot.com
The European Commission just announced that it has "opened a formal investigation to assess whether Samsung Electronics has abusively, and in contravention of a commitment it gave to the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), used certain of its standard essential patent rights to distort competition in European mobile device markets,...
EU launches full-blown investigation of Samsung's suspected abuse of FRAND-pledged patents -- Motorola must watch out

New EU recommendations press Google to offer users greater clarity and control of their data

thenextweb.com
The EU’s ongoing issues with Google and the way it collects data has continued today after the EU Data Protection authorities — led by France’s Commission Nationale de l’Informatique (CNIL) – published new findings which recommend that the search giant provides greater clarity and improved control for its users. Google announced plans to...
New EU recommendations press Google to offer users greater clarity and control of their data
EU Regulators Questioning Carriers Over Apple's iPhone Contract Demands [iOS Blog]

Mobile Rewards Startup Gimmie Pivots Focus to Asia, Takes Funding From Singaporean Government

techcrunch.com
Gimmie, a startup that began with rewards for mobile gamers, has just shifted its focus to Asian markets by relocating to Singapore and taking funding from a government agency there. The company said today that it has took 639,000 Singaporean dollars ($522,000) in funding from a group led by WaveMaker...
Mobile Rewards Startup Gimmie Pivots Focus to Asia, Takes Funding From Singaporean Government
Market Research Provider AYTM Rolls Out Its Biggest Update Yet With Bigger Panels, Better Prices, Video Questionnaires & More
Google releases faster version of Forms with real-time collaboration, automatic saving, and more

Meet the 10 startups presenting today at ER Accelerator demo day in New York

thenextweb.com
Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator (ERA), a NYC-born tech startup accelerator founded in Summer 2011, just concluded its third demo day today at the IAC headquarters. After a series of 10 presentations from the 10 startups in ERA’s summer class, the companies are stepping out into the world and raising funds to...
Meet the 10 startups presenting today at ER Accelerator demo day in New York
HireQ helps job seekers find their career soul mates
Netflix reportedly testing 'Max' recommendation assistant on PlayStation 3

Google Forms Gets A Refresh, Adds Collaboration And Smarter Editing Features

techcrunch.com
Google Forms just got a nice little refresh and now allows you to build questionnaires and collect the data in a Google Drive spreadsheet a bit easier. The new version of Forms now allows you to collaborate with others while building your questionnaires and surveys, a feature that has long...
Google Forms Gets A Refresh, Adds Collaboration And Smarter Editing Features
Univfy looks to hack family planning with affordable online fertility tests

French Data Regulators to Google: How About Making Your Answers to Our Questions Universally Accessible and Useful?

allthingsd.com
The Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL), the French data protection authority investigating Google’s new privacy policy on behalf of the European Union’s 27 member states, isn’t getting the kind of cooperation it would like from the search sovereign. And its patience with the company is wearing thin....
French Data Regulators to Google: How About Making Your Answers to Our Questions Universally Accessible and Useful?

TidePool Raises $1.5 Million To Discover And Match Personalities From Photos

techcrunch.com
TidePool, a startup that is trying to determine consumer personality from photos, has raised $1.5 million in a seed round led by Mike Hirshland of Resolute.VC and Michael Dearing of Harrison Metal Capital. Participating investors include Jarl Mohn, Tim Draper, Peggy and Jim Davis, and Jeff Lipp. The startup’s central...
TidePool Raises $1.5 Million To Discover And Match Personalities From Photos

Startups 101: Advice from 63 entrepreneurs in the trenches

www.geekwire.com
Lessons from those who’ve taken the startup plunge. Photo via Bigstock Sometimes when you’re running a startup, it can feel like the world is stacked against you, with nowhere to turn and no one to talk to. Well, at the very least, you know others are experiencing the same thing....
Startups 101: Advice from 63 entrepreneurs in the trenches

How Australian survey company Floq is taking the tech temperature down under

thenextweb.com
Floq, the survey software company based in Perth, Australia wants to take on existing questionnaire giants and it hopes to do so by offering more in the way of customisation and simplicity. Getting customer feedback in ways that don’t put people off with long forms or a garish presentation is...
How Australian survey company Floq is taking the tech temperature down under

Get text messages, voice calls, and chat on your company's landline

www.pcworld.com
Do your customers prefer to communicate by voice or via text message? TextGen lets them choose either--even if you have a landline phone system. Services for enabling texting to landline phone numbers aren't new, but TextGen's all-purpose communication platform takes the concept a few steps further. Not only does it...
Get text messages, voice calls, and chat on your company's landline

Harassment by Q&A: Initial Thoughts on Formspring.me

www.zephoria.org
(This was written for the Digital Media and Learning Project.) Questions-and-answers have played a central role in digital bonding since the early days of Usenet.  Teenagers have consistently co-opted quizzes and surveys and personality tests to talk about themselves with those around them.  They’ve hosted guest books and posted bulletins...
Harassment by Q&A: Initial Thoughts on Formspring.me

Osmosis: A designer’s solution for managing client proposals & questionnaires

thenextweb.com
No matter how far technology goes, it seems we’ll always be doomed to spend our days checking email. For such an old technology, wouldn’t you think that our inboxes could be out done by more specialized approaches? For many designers, the answer is no, and they’ve found that email is...
Osmosis: A designer’s solution for managing client proposals & questionnaires

Gauge your personality by looking at pretty pictures

venturebeat.com
Tidepool has raised a $1.5 million seed round to determine personality traits from photos. You take an assessment on the company’s website, which involves rating photos to your liking and indicating what activities interest you. Once the assessment is complete, the Tidepool tells you what type of personality you have, with what it believes...
Gauge your personality by looking at pretty pictures
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