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Ensuring papal-level secrecy ... without the black smoke
HootSuite: 4 million users can now manage Instagram & SlideShare too
How about a Qwiki? Bing embeds video presentations in search results
Adobe’s Updated Digital Publishing Suite Means More Magazines For The iPhone

Ford sees over 1,000 registrations to its in-car app Developer Program in under 48 hours

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A mere 48 hours after launching its Developer Program at CES, Ford is passing on the news that over 1,000 developers have already signed up for the Sync AppLink SDK. The company tells me via email that it’s seeing a sustained traffic rate of around 300 visitors per hour from...
Ford sees over 1,000 registrations to its in-car app Developer Program in under 48 hours

LinkedIn redesigns its 'Who's Viewed Your Profile' page, expands analytics for Premium members

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LinkedIn is rolling out a new, simplified look for the section of its social network which gives users a comprehensive list of the people who have recently viewed their profile. The layout for users with a ‘free’ account is largely the same, showing a mixture of known colleagues and contacts...
LinkedIn redesigns its 'Who's Viewed Your Profile' page, expands analytics for Premium members

Twitter Improves Cards, Paves Way For More Revenues

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Twitter wants in on the app-discovery game, among other things, and is doing it cleverly. Twitter's "Cards" system has just been upgraded. App developers can now bring twitterers directly to an app within a tweet. Twitter is also adding new types of Card to make its service more data-rich....
Twitter Improves Cards, Paves Way For More Revenues

Kobo acquires French digital software company Aquafadas

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Toronto-based e-reading company Kobo has acquired French digital software company Aquafadas, the companies announced at the Frankfurt Book Fair on Wednesday. The terms of the acquisition were undisclosed. Aquafadas, which lets publishers create digital content across smartphones, tablets and other platforms, will work with Kobo to create magazines, comic books,...
Kobo acquires French digital software company Aquafadas

Media Temple Raises $15 Million, Hungry For New Acquisitions

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Virtualization provider Media Temple has raised $15 million from a group of investors led by Triangle Capital (also includes GMB Mezzanine Capital). Founded in 1998, Media Temple is a web hosting and software service provider, helping clients host websites, email, and other forms of rich media content. This is the...
Media Temple Raises $15 Million, Hungry For New Acquisitions

Open Text Buys Up Content Analysis Startup Nstein Technologies For $34 Million

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Enterprise content management juggernaut Open Text has bought content analysis startup Nstein Technologies for $34 million. Nstein’s Text Mining Engine helps businesses centralize, understand and manage content through semantic and text analysis. For example, Nstein powers the backend of The Financial Times’ semantic search engine, called Newssift, that indexes...
Open Text Buys Up Content Analysis Startup Nstein Technologies For $34 Million

BBC switches to Adobe Air for new Android Media Player and future iPlayer apps

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With Adobe’s Android Flash Player dead and gone, the BBC has been looking for ways to deliver the same rich media content across Android phones and tablets. Instead of dropping Adobe completely, the BBC has switched its media services to Adobe Air and from today will use its new BBC...
BBC switches to Adobe Air for new Android Media Player and future iPlayer apps

Pogoplug adds media streaming and data backup to your personal cloud

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Cloud Engines, maker of PogoPlug, a device that lets you access and share content from your hard drive via the internet, today announced two new features, including the ability to stream rich media content to game consoles, as well as automatically backup content folders. The two new features will allow...
Pogoplug adds media streaming and data backup to your personal cloud
Steelhouse backs up ad-tech hype with real data. Reports 21% click-through rates

New Media Infrastructure Company Ankeena Networks Raises $16 Million

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Ankeena Networks, a Santa Clara, CA-based provider of new media infrastructure solutions, has raised approximately $16 million in new VC funding, according to a regulatory filing (via peHUB). No word about who backed the company with this third round of financing, but Ankeena Networks was listed by one of its...
New Media Infrastructure Company Ankeena Networks Raises $16 Million

Pinterest's new search filter helps users find their old pins on the Web, will launch soon on mobile

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Pinterest updated its social sharing site with a new search filter today, which is designed to help users quickly find or rediscover their own pins. It’s pretty simple in practice. Click on the search bar, begin typing a keyword or query and when the initial results appear, highlight the “Just...
Pinterest's new search filter helps users find their old pins on the Web, will launch soon on mobile

The Former Flickr Employee Guide To Tumblr's Yahoo Survival

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Editor’s note: Kakul Srivastava is CEO and co-founder of Tomfoolery, Inc. She was General Manager for Flickr from 2004 – 2009 and helped the product grow from 37,000 users to over 60 million. Simon Batistoni is VP of Platform and co-founder of Tomfoolery, Inc. He joined Flickr in 2006 as the engineering lead for...
The Former Flickr Employee Guide To Tumblr's Yahoo Survival
Twitter's Developer Event Will Deal With Cards

Google Keep vs. OneNote vs. Evernote: We name the note-app winner

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Google shook things up last week when it dusted off its old Notebook service and relaunched it as Keep. Google's new software muscles in on the space currently dominated by Microsoft OneNote and Evernote, two note-taking apps that save your text, Web links, photos, audio recordings, and more, helping...
Google Keep vs. OneNote vs. Evernote: We name the note-app winner

LinkedIn gives users the ability to share photos, documents and presentations in their status updates

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Less than a month after it introduced multimedia content to users’ profile pages, LinkedIn has rolled out similar functionality today for status updates posted from the homepage. Users can now upload images, documents, presentations and other file types to any post that they want to share with their LinkedIn network. The...
LinkedIn gives users the ability to share photos, documents and presentations in their status updates
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