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Funding Daily: Into the darkness

What next for RIM? | Jean-Louis Gassée

www.guardian.co.uk
The BlackBerry was once the darling of the smartphone world, but now its future looks grimA sad coincidence provides a stark contrast between the fortunes of two high tech companies, titans present and past. Last week, on (almost) the same day that the iPhone celebrated its fifth birthday, RIM issued...
What next for RIM? | Jean-Louis Gassée

Why your app needs to be real-time

venturebeat.com
July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Early Bird Tickets on Sale Todd Greene is CEO of PubNub. Mobile, web, and desktop online apps can be split into two categories: “static” or “real-time.” Static apps represent the bulk of our online usage today: these are solitary, single-user experiences where content...
Why your app needs to be real-time

Enterprise accelerator Alchemist bags giant backer SAP Ventures, adds Yammer CTO to faculty

pandodaily.com
It wasn’t always the case, but these days enterprise software is as sexy as they come, investment-wise. So much so that the business-facing crowd has its own accelerator in Silicon Valley, Alchemist, backed by a few of the industry’s largest companies and VCs. Today we learned that SAP Ventures has...
Enterprise accelerator Alchemist bags giant backer SAP Ventures, adds Yammer CTO to faculty
Low-latency networks aren’t just for Wall Street anymore

Google Glass for cops: How Taser plans to bring wearable, real-time tech to the police frontline

thenextweb.com
Taser International, the company that popularized the use of stun guns in everyday police work, is set to experiment with where Google Glass might take law enforcement. The company’s co-founder and CEO, Rick Smith tells us that Taser has been accepted onto the Glass Explorer program and is excited about...
Google Glass for cops: How Taser plans to bring wearable, real-time tech to the police frontline

Here comes Opus: a new, open audio codec

gigaom.com
MP3, watch out, there’s a new codec in town. Mozilla and the Xiph Foundation announced the 1.0 release of a new audio codec called Opus Tuesday, which was jointly developed by the two organizations in collaboration with Google, Microsoft’s Skype unit, Broadcom and Octasic. The release comes just one day...
Here comes Opus: a new, open audio codec
SAP boosts startup fund by 2.6X to stimulate big data innovation
Startup technology demystified
This week in cloud: Rackspace and Cloudant team; OpenNebula updates
Looks Like Google Is Working On A UDP Replacement Called QUIC

Move Over Meteor: Derby Is The Other High Speed Node.js Framework In Town

techcrunch.com
Although the company behind Meteor, a framework for building real-time JavaScript applications in vein of Google Docs, just announced a nice big $11.2 million round of funding, it’s not the only game in town. In my story earlier this week I mentioned Mojito, a framework developed by Yahoo. But there’s...
Move Over Meteor: Derby Is The Other High Speed Node.js Framework In Town
Vessel launches its "command center" to help mobile developers kill faulty software
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