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Verelo Debuts A New Take On Website Monitoring, Focuses On Site Health & Recommendations

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A startup called Verelo is introducing a new type of website monitoring service, which plans to commoditize features like uptime and performance monitoring, with plans to give away as much of those services for free as possible. Instead, Verelo’s premium offerings will focus on other areas, including malware detection and site...
Verelo Debuts A New Take On Website Monitoring, Focuses On Site Health & Recommendations
Marquee: A publishing tool for a more dynamic Web
New Boundary App For Splunk Predicts Root Cause Of App Brownouts
Little Printer review: a design nerd fantasy

Hey Apple, What The Next iPhone Really, Really Needs Is A Much Better Keyboard

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What the next iPhone really really needs is not an even bigger screen, flatter icons, flexible widgets or live tiles, or even crystal-ball-gazing cards. Or Facebook Home. That list is just garnish compared to the biggie: the iPhone needs a better keyboard. The iOS keyboard remains the most offensive piece of skeuomorphism across Apple’s faux realistic,...
Hey Apple, What The Next iPhone Really, Really Needs Is A Much Better Keyboard
General Electric pushes its case as a high-tech leader

Steve Jobs: Flash Is No Longer Necessary

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Steve Jobs has just posted a long open letter on Flash, listing all the reasons why Apple has decided not to support it on the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.The letter is a clear, sober, in-depth view in all of Flash’s defects from Apple’s point of view, and while...
Steve Jobs: Flash Is No Longer Necessary

New Relic sees revenue boost, enterprise growth and mobile-monitoring interest

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The application-performance management (APM) world has seen lots of action lately. Providers such as AppDynamics, AppNeta and New Relic have taken on hefty lots of venture funding this year. That’s why it’s no surprise that New Relic — honing in on a public offering as soon as next year, CEO...
New Relic sees revenue boost, enterprise growth and mobile-monitoring interest
Where are they now? Catching up with … Xbox 360 HD-DVD

Warner Bros. to ditch 28-day release delay for rental stores?

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Warner Bros. may have doubled its 28-day embargo on new releases for kiosk operators (even if they side-step it), but endangered bricks-and-mortar rental stores could be treated to the exact opposite. A rumor coming from Home Media Magazine's unnamed sources suggests the WB is going to ditch the embargo...
Warner Bros. to ditch 28-day release delay for rental stores?
Photos Of The Newest BlackBerry With A Keyboard, The Q10 (BBRY)

Micron teases working DDR4 RAM module, aims for late 2012 production

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JEDEC is still finalizing the standards for DDR4, but that doesn't mean component manufacturers are holding back on developing the tech now. Samsung announced the first DDR4 DRAM module last year, and now Micron has announced that it's developed a working part of its own. Using its 30-nanometer technology,...
Micron teases working DDR4 RAM module, aims for late 2012 production

Don't let French lose the tu/vous distinction | Agnès Poirier

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France's Twitter and Facebook generation treats formality as a relic of the past, but there's value in having two forms of addressAre Twitter and Facebook making the French less formal people, as Le Monde asked last week ? Are we slowly giving up on the vous and calling everyone tu?...
Don't let French lose the tu/vous distinction | Agnès Poirier

Report: Some msnbc.com staff to move off Microsoft's campus once split occurs

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It’s no secret that NBCUniversal is in serious talks to buy out Microsoft’s remaning stake in the online news venture msnbc.com. All indications point to a deal happening, with some speculation that an announcement is just days away. If the deal goes through, we’ve wondered what will happen to the...
Report: Some msnbc.com staff to move off Microsoft's campus once split occurs

Apple 1 motherboard auctioned off for $374,500

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The exposed Apple 1 motherboard sold today. Sotheby's Today Sotheby’s auctioned off one of the world’s last functioning Apple 1 motherboards for $374,500, more than double the high estimate—$180,000—that auction house had made for the early Apple computer. Apple only made about 200 of its first computers, which sold...
Apple 1 motherboard auctioned off for $374,500

Relic - View on Path.

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Relic - View on Path.

Company of Heroes 2 Invades the Eastern Front of WWII

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We sit down with Company of Heroes 2 game director Quinn Duffy to find out how Relic has optimized the game for high-end gaming PCs....
Company of Heroes 2 Invades the Eastern Front of WWII

PagerDuty Raises $10.7M Round From Andreessen Horowitz For IT Alert Service Modeled On AWS System

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PagerDuty has raised $10.7 million from Andreessen Horowitz to build out an IT alert service that is modeled on what Amazon Web Services developed to manage its massive infrastructure. The funding will go toward building additional services to give IT managers a way to quantify how staff is responding to alerts and develop new...
PagerDuty Raises $10.7M Round From Andreessen Horowitz For IT Alert Service Modeled On AWS System

The great firewall: China's digital margins

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The Great Wall stands as a monolith of Chinese history. Spanning thousands of miles, it is a monument to the unrelenting tenacity of China’s ancestors, their ability to bend nature to their defensive needs. Today, the Great Wall is a relic for tourists. China isn’t so much at war at...
The great firewall: China's digital margins

How Much Revenue Does It Take To Be A $1B Public Company?

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Editor’s note: Patrick Moran is an executive at New Relic, a SaaS web app performance company with over 21,000 active customers. Follow him on Twitter @patrickmoran. With all the chatter about Billion dollar valuations — like Instagram, Evernote, Splunk —  combined with recent S1 filings and IPOs, the topic of tech...
How Much Revenue Does It Take To Be A $1B Public Company?

Universal ticker hack takes a look back at a time before NASDAQ (video)

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Know what takes the sting out of your crashing stock portfolio? Arduino fun, silly geeks. Alright, so in this case it's an FTDI Basic board, but the spirit of this hack remains the same. A Swarthmore student by the name of Ames Bielenberg picked up where his hobbyist Pops...
Universal ticker hack takes a look back at a time before NASDAQ (video)

Reminder: Our Northern Meetups Are Next Week. Is Your Pitch Ready?

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We’ve had such a great response and such persistent requests for additional tickets to the Northern Meetups that we’ve decided to release some more. While about 800 of ya’ll will be able to hang out will us, all at the same time, we’re gonna give a few more tickets and...
Reminder: Our Northern Meetups Are Next Week. Is Your Pitch Ready?

Welcome to the golden age of enterprise IT -- and get used to it: It'll be here for a while

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In case you didn’t notice, it’s the golden age of enterprise startups. And some investors believe it will continue for another seven years or more. No one is completely sure what will come after that, but it’s worth reflecting on what brought us here and what the dynamics are of...
Welcome to the golden age of enterprise IT -- and get used to it: It'll be here for a while

The Fastest Online Payment Processor? It's Google

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If you are thinking about changing your online payment provider, you should take a moment to look at an interesting infographic from application performance management company New Relic. Turns out the most popular provider, PayPal, isn't even close to being the fastest processor. That distinction goes to Google Checkout. PayPal...
The Fastest Online Payment Processor? It's Google
ActiveState buys Appsecute for its social devops smarts
New Relic Claims Better Customer Ratings With Real-Time Performance Monitoring For iOS And Android Apps

We’ve got 50 passes to #GenMobile at Google I/O

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VentureBeat has long been a supporter and facilitator of the ‘mobile’ discussion. In fact, we’re holding our fifth annual MobileBeat event in just over two weeks, where we’ll be exploring the enormous role that design is playing across the mobile ecosystem. Outside of our own events, we’re always eager...
We’ve got 50 passes to #GenMobile at Google I/O

Online appeal unearths old web page

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A public appeal for help to recover the very first web page has unearthed a relic from 1991....
Online appeal unearths old web page

Everyone is Defriending Mitt Romney on Facebook

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Mitt Romney’s Facebook page. (Screengrab) Just when he thought his week couldn’t get worse, losing GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney is now losing Facebook friends by the score. The Washington Post noticed this sad capper on the former Massachusetts governor’s lousy week and took the time to track the rate...
Everyone is Defriending Mitt Romney on Facebook
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