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Foursquare's Business Verification Service Checks You Out Before Checking You In

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Foursquare launched a new online verification service on Tuesday, allowing businesses to sign up for the company’s partner toolkit — which includes real-time analytics and loyalty program options — faster than previously possible. For a one-time $10 fee, partners can verify that they are indeed a legitimate local business that...
Foursquare's Business Verification Service Checks You Out Before Checking You In
BetterDoctor, the 'OpenTable for doctors', launches nationwide (exclusive)
Apple beefs up iCloud, Apple ID security with two-step verification

Ad verification service DoubleVerify raises $10M

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DoubleVerify, a company that tracks online ad placement, has raised $10 million in second round funding. Given the importance of online advertisements as a key source of revenue on the web, its also important to make sure that the ads are getting served correctly. DoubleVerify’s ad verification service does just...
Ad verification service DoubleVerify raises $10M

Android 4.2 App Verification Service tested, found no substitute for full anti-malware tools

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Google's App Verification Service is a quiet addition to Android 4.2, but potentially game-changing: it promises malware checks for any installable Android app, whether it comes from a Bouncer-verified Google Play or a website lurking in the shadows. NC State University Associate Professior Xuxian Jiang doesn't want to simply...
Android 4.2 App Verification Service tested, found no substitute for full anti-malware tools
Amazon Announces Verification Service To Be Your One True Login

OptioCore: Super-Secure Android Wants To Invade The Enterprise

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OptioLabs has just released OptioCore, a secure version of Android, to handset manufacturers. It's pretty cool, but does it mean Android is ready for the enterprise? From a security standpoint, Android has always been a case of untapped potential. The Two Sides Of Android Security On one hand, it's an...
OptioCore: Super-Secure Android Wants To Invade The Enterprise

Airbnb launches Verified Identification to help bring more accountability to the shared economy

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Airbnb has released a new verification process designed to improve accountability between renters and property owners on its service. With Verified Identifications, renters will have to submit to extra screenings in order to prove who they are. Right now, this service is being rolled out only in the US. Calling...
Airbnb launches Verified Identification to help bring more accountability to the shared economy
Android's built-in malware scanner gets a failing grade

Researchers find Android 4.2′s app verification detects only 15% of known malware

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Researchers have put the latest release of Android, version 4.2 (Jelly Bean), to the security test, and the results aren’t pretty. Google’s app verification service performed very poorly at identifying malicious apps, detecting only 15.32 percent of known malware, compared to existing third-party security apps, which unsurprisingly fared much better....
Researchers find Android 4.2′s app verification detects only 15% of known malware

Internet Identity System MiiCard Raises $2.5M To Help You Prove You Are Who You Say You Are Online

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With the rise of startups building on top of the collaborative consumption model – that is, where users are buying from and selling directly to other users – there’s a growing need for some sort of system to help verify user identities. Although there are others quietly working in this...
Internet Identity System MiiCard Raises $2.5M To Help You Prove You Are Who You Say You Are Online

InstaSnopes: Sorting the Real Sandy Photos from the Fakes

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With Hurricane Sandy approaching the New York metro area, the nation's eyes are turning to its largest city. Photos of storms and flooding are popping up all over Twitter, and while many are real, some of them -- especially the really eye-popping ones -- are fake. This post, which will...
InstaSnopes: Sorting the Real Sandy Photos from the Fakes
Android 4.2′s built-in antivirus software only detects 15% of malware
CouchSurfing, now a 'social travel network', gets a $15M boost

Connect.me and miiCard buddy up to create an online social ID card

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Connect.me, the social discovery and reputation company and miicard, the online verification service have partnered create a social reputation card. The move is part of the companies’ strategy as members of the Respect  Network, a group of 20 founding firms working on ways for people to control their data on...
Connect.me and miiCard buddy up to create an online social ID card

Cool Websites and Tools [January 31st 2012]

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Check out some of the latest MakeUseOf discoveries. Most of the listed websites are FREE or come with a decent free account option. If you want to have similar cool website round-ups delivered to your daily email, subscribe here. Add Your Website Here!   2houses – After they have separated,...
Cool Websites and Tools [January 31st 2012]

Foursquare Launches $10 Instant Verification Service For Businesses

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Foursquare is enhancing its feature set for businesses today, with the introduction of a new verification service for merchants. The company says that for a one-time, $10 fee, owners and managers will now be able to instantly verify their business in order to start using Foursquare’s business tools, which include...
Foursquare Launches $10 Instant Verification Service For Businesses

Military ID Verification Service, Troop ID, Raises $2.1 Million

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Iraq War veteran and Troop ID founder, Blake Hall, has scored a cool $2.1 million from notable investors, such as David Tisch and Mark McLaughlin. The former elite soldier has raised a total of $5.7M for his identity service that verifies military credentials and partners them with brands. “The concept...
Military ID Verification Service, Troop ID, Raises $2.1 Million
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