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Yahoo revamps Mail to make it faster, more efficient

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Email isn’t exactly sexy but it’s still one of the most popular applications Yahoo provides. Now, it’s getting a facelift to make it faster, easier to use and more consistent across platforms, said Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer in a blog post on Tuesday. The upgrade includes an updated web Mail...
Yahoo revamps Mail to make it faster, more efficient

Security startup Cylance nets $15M to predict future attacks

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Stealthy security startup Cylance, which plans to help enterprises secure their  infrastructure secure by assessing potential threats on the fly as well as tackling known issues, has secured $15 million in funding from Khosla Ventures and Fairhaven Capital. It will use the Series A money to speed the delivery of Cylance’s...
Security startup Cylance nets $15M to predict future attacks
Leaked Memo Shows Barnes & Noble Bringing Web Browser And Email To Simple Touch eReaders In June

Ringadoc Adds $1.2M From Founders Fund's FF Angel To Connect Doctors With Patients On-Demand

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Ringadoc has a pretty big vision: To be the “frontline of primary care,” to let anyone and everyone pay a flat fee to instantly talk to a real doctor at any hour of the day. In pursuit of perfecting on-demand medicine, the startup announced today that it has raised $1.2...
Ringadoc Adds $1.2M From Founders Fund's FF Angel To Connect Doctors With Patients On-Demand
Mailbox launches an iPad app, but Gmail poses a greater threat than ever
Health Science | Got a Burning Question? Calm Your Panic With 'STD Triage' App

Boxer App Has Some More Ideas About Fixing Mobile Email

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Boxer, a new iPhone app for managing email, launches today, with some tweaks that may appeal to some — and to others may seem like just more email. Boxer‘s motto is “email isn’t broken, it’s just unfair.” That is: Everyone with your email address gets the right to make your...
Boxer App Has Some More Ideas About Fixing Mobile Email
Triage for iPhone is a 'first aid' email app that helps speed clean your inbox
The Beatles' 'Yellow Submarine' restored in 4K resolution, coming to DVD and Blu-ray on May 28th
With $700K, Ringadoc Closes $1.9M Round From Practice Fusion Founder & More To Simplify Doctor-Patient Communication
Handle app from Siri investor takes on Mailbox in email-management space

Mozilla quietly kills Firefox 64-bit for Windows, despite an estimated 50% of testers using it

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Mozilla Engineering Manager Benjamin Smedberg last Friday quietly posted a thread over on the Google Groups mozilla.dev.planning discussion board titled “Turning off win64 builds.” By Wednesday (today), Smedberg declared that the 64-bit version of Firefox for Windows will never see the light of day. Mozilla’s manager listed the following reasons...
Mozilla quietly kills Firefox 64-bit for Windows, despite an estimated 50% of testers using it

SpaceCurve claims Big Data record after processing petabytes of data per day

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Seattle big data startup SpaceCurve announced today that it has set a real-time Big Data performance record for ingesting streaming data and spitting out numbers immediately for queries. SpaceCurve ran a full-blown analytics test on Tweet records that averaged 2,500 bytes in size and included location, user and time information. The rate...
SpaceCurve claims Big Data record after processing petabytes of data per day
iOS 6 hands-on review: The new Mail app

La La La La La: The Internet Routes Around Copyright Censorship To Restore Daria

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One of the things I've never liked about copyright is its potential to be the functional equivalent of censorship. Sometimes this censorship comes about because an author didn't get permission to create his work in the first place (see: Richard Prince, JD California). While this unfortunately turns judges into cultural...
La La La La La: The Internet Routes Around Copyright Censorship To Restore Daria
Handle Is A Priority Engine And Task Management App For Your Inbox
Handle's priority engine wants to be an 'operating system for your life'
How To Conquer Email (Really)
PlayBook jailbreaks void warranty and will be blocked, says RIM

Mailbox: Swipe Your Way to a Clutter-Free Inbox

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With smartphones, we have more access to our email than ever before, yet keeping up with your inbox can still feel like an impossible task. Unfortunately, current email apps are little more than a mobile version of their desktop counterparts and don’t provide the right tools to handle email on...
Mailbox: Swipe Your Way to a Clutter-Free Inbox

Survey: Outside the office, workers turn to the tablet over the PC

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Tablets aren’t overtaking smartphones or PCs in the enterprise, but they’re definitely carving a new business niche for themselves as workers start shifting a lot of work to the slate when outside of the cubicle. According to an enterprise survey conducted by cloud content management firm Alfresco, tablets have replaced...
Survey: Outside the office, workers turn to the tablet over the PC

The love and hate of Google Buzz and no Louis Gray, I’m not a luddite

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Let’s get the simple stuff out of the way right off the bat. Did Google screw up when; or rather in the way it launched Buzz? Yes it did. Is it the end of the world and yet another failure in Google’s social media attempts? No it isn’t. Will...
The love and hate of Google Buzz and no Louis Gray, I’m not a luddite

The love and hate of Google Buzz and no Louis Gray, I’m not a luddite

www.inquisitr.com
Let’s get the simple stuff out of the way right off the bat. Did Google screw up when; or rather in the way it launched Buzz? Yes it did. Is it the end of the world and yet another failure in Google’s social media attempts? No it isn’t. Will...
The love and hate of Google Buzz and no Louis Gray, I’m not a luddite

HealthTap Raises a More-Than-Healthy $24M in Funding

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HealthTap, the mobile medical Q&A app, has raised $24 million in Series B funding led by Khosla Ventures. The two-year-old company describes its service as a remote “triage” for healthcare, something that may become increasingly relevant with the advent of Obamacare (also in this vein: an upcoming concierge healthcare app...
HealthTap Raises a More-Than-Healthy $24M in Funding

Twitter’s employee of the month trophy is an Ass

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Charles Magnuson is the ‘Support Triage Captain’ at Twitter. This month, he was awarded the employee of the month trophy. It is the hind quarters of what we have to assume is an Equus asinus, due to the inscription on the nameplate, which reads: You kick ass! I was given the...
Twitter’s employee of the month trophy is an Ass
Testing your apps is SO much fun, right? Now, Sauce Labs can do that for you
Crittercism raises $12M to help devs monitor app performance -- adds reporting for cloud services
Any.Do Moment for iOS and Android provides a new way to manage your never-ending to-do list

18 New iPhone Apps You Need To Try

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Freshen up your iPhone with some new apps that will enhance your smartphone experience. Whether you're looking to kill time, become more productive, or even form a new habit, the following apps are sure to make your smartphone even more enjoyable.Dots will be your new favorite iPhone game Dots is...
18 New iPhone Apps You Need To Try

Fast-growing big data startup SpaceCurve looks to double staff after office move

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Seattle big data startup SpaceCurve has moved to a larger office in Pioneer Square, tripling the amount of space it previously had. The expansion follows a $3.5 million funding round from Reed Elsevier Ventures, Divergent Ventures and Triage Ventures in August. At the time of that deal, SpaceCurve employed 12 people....
Fast-growing big data startup SpaceCurve looks to double staff after office move
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