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Orange brings Libon to Android, brings picture messaging to iOS version

www.engadget.com
As it promised back in November, Libon is crossing the smartphone rubicon and is launching on Android from today. The Orange-backed WhatsApp and Viber-rival brings free calls, messaging and visual voicemail to any handset running Froyo and above. iOS users aren't being left out in the news, as the...
Orange brings Libon to Android, brings picture messaging to iOS version

Gradient X Raises $3.75 Million to Unlock Mobile Advertising, Because Someone Needs To

pandodaily.com
We’ve seen this problem coming for awhile: Mobile advertising’s promises of untold riches remain an enticing but unrealized fantasy. Users are flocking to mobile in droves, both in US and worldwide, but the ability to monetize that attention has not kept pace. As a result, there is enormous pent-up demand...
Gradient X Raises $3.75 Million to Unlock Mobile Advertising, Because Someone Needs To

Texting Crosses a Rubicon

blogs.wsj.com
Americans are sending fewer old-fashioned text messages, a service that for years was a major cash cow for wireless carriers....
Texting Crosses a Rubicon

FBX provider Triggit raises $7.4M Series B

www.insidefacebook.com
Demand side advertising platform Triggit, which is among a limited group of companies with access to the Facebook Exchange, today announced it raised $7.4 million in a Series B round led existing investors Spark Capital and Foundry Group. Triggit was one of the original eight DMPs involved in the beta...
FBX provider Triggit raises $7.4M Series B

Gaming company derides Microsoft Store: 'We've made the princely sum of £52'

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UK gaming outfit Rubicon has castigated Microsoft after claiming a Windows RT port of its Great Big War Game made a meager £52 ($83) in its first week in the store. The company was particularly incensed at Redmond's lack of promotional features to help the title's visibility, claiming that...
Gaming company derides Microsoft Store: 'We've made the princely sum of £52'

Antelope's Rubicon preamp has a built-in atomic clock for ultra low jitter

www.theverge.com
The exacting ear of the serious audiophile can be a hard master to please. The crystal oscillator-based clocks in most modern digital-to-analog converters (DACs) can still produce enough jitter to practically ruin our Enya albums, but thankfully the people at Antelope Audio have a solution. The Rubicon Atomic Preamp...
Antelope's Rubicon preamp has a built-in atomic clock for ultra low jitter
The Surface as point of no return? OpenForum talks OEMs

Seven Questions for Google Enterprise Chief Amit Singh

allthingsd.com
It’s been a big year for many things related to the Enterprise business at Google. For one thing, it launched both Google Drive and its cloud computing platform. Then there’s Google Apps, the suite of Web-based office applications that compete directly with Microsoft’s Office. More companies have embraced Google’s approach,...
Seven Questions for Google Enterprise Chief Amit Singh

Devastating Loss Spurs Vet Group To Create New Social Networking App

www.businessinsider.com
"Inspiration is important with every startup," Anthony Allman tells me about his POS-REP mobile application, which is currently in the final stages of Apple approval. The inspiration, in the former soldier's case, came from an unlikely avenue: destruction. In Haiti, Chile, and more recently in the Midwest and New York...
Devastating Loss Spurs Vet Group To Create New Social Networking App
Twitter now allows advertisers to target specific words used in tweets

Is a VMware/EMC Cloud Spinoff in the Works?

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Here's what we know: After four years as CEO of VMware, Paul Maritz is being replaced by EMC COO Pat Gelsinger. But is there more to the story? Maritz is leaving, but it is not at all clear what will be happening to him - is he all the...
Is a VMware/EMC Cloud Spinoff in the Works?
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