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Wevorce wants to make divorce suck less
Wikimedia readies its 'WYSIWYG' visual editor for English-language Wikipedia articles starting early July
Mashery raises $10M to expand operations in 'post-website' era
Is data mining company Palantir's software behind PRISM surveillance? Palantir says no

Cisco virtual desktop users will get Jabber access

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Users of Cisco's virtual desktop system will soon be able to engage in voice and video communications with their colleagues using the Jabber instant messaging tool. Previously, Cisco virtual desktop users could tap into Jabber's IM text communications and presence capabilities, but a newly developed software component will make...
Cisco virtual desktop users will get Jabber access

Cyfeon Solutions Launches Answer Factory, A Database Tool That Aims To Collate The Web

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The web is a vast, mostly useless, wasteland with bits of information held in random silos scattered about. Cyfeon Solutions’ Answer Factory attempts to unite these locations in the spirit of increased productivity. As I was told by founder Brandon Smith, its goal is to provide business users a solution...
Cyfeon Solutions Launches Answer Factory, A Database Tool That Aims To Collate The Web

Cloud Server Security Software Startup CloudPassage Raises $14M From Benchmark And Others

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CloudPassage, the developer of cloud server security software, has raised $14 million in series B financing led by Tenaya Capital with Benchmark Capital and Musea Ventures participating in the round. This brings CloudPassage’s total funding to $20.5 million. CloudPassage offers a server security and compliance product specifically built for elastic,...
Cloud Server Security Software Startup CloudPassage Raises $14M From Benchmark And Others

Google letter to standards bodies indicates no improvement whatsoever over Motorola's FRAND litigation tactics

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[DEVELOPING STORY -- still adding detail]I have just obtained a copy of Google's letter to the IEEE, one of the standard-setting organizations to which Google wrote a letter today as it previously announced. You can find it further below. Let me provide some comments beforehand, and then I'll add more...
Google letter to standards bodies indicates no improvement whatsoever over Motorola's FRAND litigation tactics

Mashery raises $10 million to open up global operations and push for mainstream adoption

thenextweb.com
Mashery, known for its API management platforms and strategy, has raised $10 million in funding led by OpenView Venture Partners and other existing investors including Cisco, Formative Ventures, First Round Capital and .406 Ventures. The company will use the financing to broaden its global operations, sales and marketing force. Mashery...
Mashery raises $10 million to open up global operations and push for mainstream adoption
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Decoding Microsoft Office: Which Office version does what?
A big data, crowdfunded, connected device: Zuvo's water filter tackles all three buzz words

PRISM Is Also The Name Of A Product From Palantir, A $5 Billion Tech Startup Funded By The CIA

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Last night, the Washington Post broke a huge story reporting that the NSA has a secret program for spying on the Internet.  It's called PRISM. According to documents obtained by the Post, PRISM allows the NSA to tap directly into the central servers of 9 big Internet companies: Microsoft, Yahoo, Google,...
PRISM Is Also The Name Of A Product From Palantir, A $5 Billion Tech Startup Funded By The CIA

HTC applies for 'Fetch' trademark, tracking device passes through Taiwan's NCC

www.engadget.com
Just what the heck is the HTC Fetch? Well, it's certainly not a phone. In fact, it appears to be some sort of tracking device according to a filling with Taiwan's NCC. Unfortunately, beyond some broad strokes describing the device in a US trademark filing, we're left with only...
HTC applies for 'Fetch' trademark, tracking device passes through Taiwan's NCC
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