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Tiny Space Violin Needed for Saddest Quora Question Ever

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(Photo: Terry Irwin, Art Flakes. Prints available here.) Astronauts may be the closest thing we'll ever get to super heroes, but even they get a little down sometimes. One curious Quora user decided to take to the platform to ask a terribly depressing question: Can you cry in space? Turns...
Tiny Space Violin Needed for Saddest Quora Question Ever
Skyera hooks $51.6M from Dell Ventures to bring affordable SSDs to the enterprise

Violin to bring deduplication, replication, other tools to all-flash storage arrays

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Violin Memory plans to add deduplication, thin provisioning, snapshots and other features in a software update for its all-flash storage arrays, in a bid to match some key features that enterprises are used to getting in disk-based platforms....
Violin to bring deduplication, replication, other tools to all-flash storage arrays

Western Digital Contributes To SSD Maker Skyera's $51M Series B

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Enterprise solid-state storage system maker Skyera announced that it received funding from Western Digital as part of its $51 million Series B round of financing. The two companies say the investment is an extension of a strategic relationship that includes joint technology development. The money will be used to scale...
Western Digital Contributes To SSD Maker Skyera's $51M Series B

Violin Deal Shows New Wrinkle in Flash-Storage Race

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Bringing smartphone-style data storage to computer rooms is one of the hottest topics on the startup scene. But some companies in the field, like Violin Memory, are now starting to use acquisitions to differentiate themselves....
Violin Deal Shows New Wrinkle in Flash-Storage Race

Violin Memory Is Raising More Money Ahead of Planned May IPO

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Violin Memory, the startup building storage arrays based on flash memory technology that has recently been said to be eyeing an initial public offering, appears to have raised more money. In a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission dated today, Violin disclosed that it is attempting to raise...
Violin Memory Is Raising More Money Ahead of Planned May IPO

Flash memory provider Violin Memory said to file for a sky-high IPO

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Violin Memory, the Silicon Valley-based company with a super-fast flash memory service, is hurtling toward a highly successful IPO. Bloomberg Businessweek reported today that the company filed to go public under the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) act. This allows Violin Memory to keep its public offering under the radar...
Flash memory provider Violin Memory said to file for a sky-high IPO

Why Violin Memory is worth billions in an IPO

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Violin Memory is a force to be reckoned within the storage world. The company, which sells high-end storage arrays loaded to the gills with flash memory, just closed a $50 million funding round. This is its fourth similarly sized round in two years  putting the valuation of the company — slated to...
Why Violin Memory is worth billions in an IPO
Interview: Andrew Bird And The Concept Of Cultivated Precariousness

Violin Memory Raises $50 Million at $800 Million Valuation, May IPO This Year

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Violin Memory, the company that builds storage arrays based on flash memory technology, will on Monday announce that it has raised a $50 million Mezzanine round of funding at an implied valuation of $800 million. The funding round includes strategic stakes from Toshiba, the Japanese chip and electronics maker, networking...
Violin Memory Raises $50 Million at $800 Million Valuation, May IPO This Year

Violin Memory to Acquire GridIron Systems

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Violin Memory, the company that makes flash-memory-based storage arrays aimed at the enterprise, and which is on track to an IPO sometime this year, has just made an acquisition. Sources familiar with the matter say that Violin has acquired GridIron Systems, a company that specializes accelerating applications that run in...
Violin Memory to Acquire GridIron Systems

Musical Recycling: Paraguayan Youth Turn Landfill Trash Into an Orchestra (Video)

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If you close your eyes as Juan Manuel Chavez plays the prelude from Bach’s Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, it would sound like any other instrument from your average music shop. However, open them and you’d see the 19-year-old’s cello is actually composed of an oil drum, wood...
Musical Recycling: Paraguayan Youth Turn Landfill Trash Into an Orchestra (Video)

YouTube's top trending videos of 2012: Gangnam Style, Gotye, KONY 2012, Call Me Maybe, Barack Obama vs Mitt Romney, more

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YouTube is once again doing its annual “YouTube Rewind,” shedding some light on the top trending videos of 2012. Google has updated its YouTube Rewind Channel to include the last year’s worth of the most popular YouTube videos alongside some stats for each. For instance, Google noted that the...
YouTube's top trending videos of 2012: Gangnam Style, Gotye, KONY 2012, Call Me Maybe, Barack Obama vs Mitt Romney, more

Apple: Amazon played DOJ's antitrust division like a violin

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Points to meetings between government lawyers and at least 14 Amazon employees FORTUNE -- Apple (AAPL) opened a new front in its attack on the Justice Department's e-book antitrust suit, which accuses the company of conspiring with five publishers to raise the price of electronic books. The DOJ, Apple charges,...
Apple: Amazon played DOJ's antitrust division like a violin

Violin to Bring Deduplication, Replication, Other Tools to All-flash Storage Arrays

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Violin Memory plans to add deduplication, thin provisioning, snapshots and other features in a software update for its all-flash storage arrays, in a bid to......
Violin to Bring Deduplication, Replication, Other Tools to All-flash Storage Arrays

Here Comes The Dude? Wedding Planning Gets Manly

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Chris Easter of TheManRegistry.com has built a thriving business on the assumption that bros have matrimonial feelings, too.The season of ceaseless weddings is upon us, so Fast Company called up Chris Easter, cofounder and president of TheManRegistry.com, to find out if today's men take an equal interest in planning their...
Here Comes The Dude? Wedding Planning Gets Manly

Google’s Eric Schmidt: “Music may be the food of love but engineers make the instruments”

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As part of a wide ranging tour, Google’s executive chairman, Eric Schmidt gave a talk at the Science museum in London. Dressed in a smart grey suit and frankly looking pretty unruffled by the heat in the city that evening, Schmidt laid out a few visions of the future for...
Google’s Eric Schmidt: “Music may be the food of love but engineers make the instruments”

A Look Into 3 Social Video Apps: Socialcam, Viddy & Klip

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Moments after Facebook bought Instagram, the next race began - which mobile social video app would become the "Instagram for video"? Presenting a social video experience that is enjoyable not only from a smartphone but across existing social platforms is no easy task. Socialcam, Viddy and Klip are three...
A Look Into 3 Social Video Apps: Socialcam, Viddy & Klip

$75,000 up for grabs in King of the Web's contest for rising YouTube stars

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Where else can you watch a man and dog compete in a yogurt eating contest, dubstep violin performances, silly dance routines,  or, for that matter, countless other inane videos? YouTube of course. And now King of the Web, the Seattle upstart backed by the likes of aQuantive investor Nick Hanauer, Zillow...
$75,000 up for grabs in King of the Web's contest for rising YouTube stars

Storage: Violin Memory

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Narayan Venkat turned around, and there was Joe Tucci, the chairman, president, and chief executive officer of EMC. It was a bit like one of the Vandals receiving a visit from the emperor of Rome. Over the past thirty years, EMC has built a $56 billion empire selling beefy hardware...
Storage: Violin Memory

Iamus's Hello World! – review

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The musical 'genomes' generate melodies that have a superficial coherence, with all the dryness and greyness that suggestsIamus's Hello World! for piano, clarinet, and violin, ought to pose existential questions about the integrity of musical composition, to blow holes in the fallacy that every note a human composer writes comes...
Iamus's Hello World! – review

Can technology improve the sound of 300-year-old violins?

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The Audiophiliac discusses the state of the art of violin making with a master builder. [Read more]...
Can technology improve the sound of 300-year-old violins?

Exclusive: Violin Memory Boosts Latest Funding Round to $80 Million

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Last month AllThingsD reported that Violin Memory, the flash memory technology start-up, had raised $50 million in a Series D round at an implied valuation of more than $800 million. That funding round, I’ve since learned, was so oversubscribed that it reached $80 million and now includes a significant new...
Exclusive: Violin Memory Boosts Latest Funding Round to $80 Million

PSY goes out on top as Google posts YouTube Rewind 2012 top trending videos

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Google has released its YouTube Rewind retrospective for 2012, and, as you’d expect, PSY has taken the top spot with his über-viral Gangnam Style. To go out with a bang, the company invited popular YouTubers to join in on a “YouTube Style” video that recreates some of the most-watched moments...
PSY goes out on top as Google posts YouTube Rewind 2012 top trending videos
This DIY, 3D-Printed Violin Is Nearly Ready To Play Beautiful Music

Brain-training games don't work

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Study published in Nature that harnessed the power of the BBC has shown claims to boost cognitive function are empty promisesBrain-training games are big business. Self-improvement desires render us vulnerable to marketing claims that products will make us thinner, healthier, or in the case of brain-training software, smarter.Enter science, "the...
Brain-training games don't work

Flash Memory Company Violin Files for IPO

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Violin Memory Inc., a fast-growing storage company, has filed for a public offering in what could turn out to be the next big exit in the flash storage industry....
Flash Memory Company Violin Files for IPO

Server Flash Memory Craze Buoys Violin, Attracts SAP

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It’s beginning to look like the invasion of computer rooms by the chips known as flash memory is going to be a very big deal. The latest evidence: an additional $50 million infusion into startup Violin Memory, with investors that include software giant SAP. The Silicon Valley company takes NAND...
Server Flash Memory Craze Buoys Violin, Attracts SAP

Artiphon's 'Instrument 1' is an iPhone powered multi-instrument, we go hands-on

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Music, MIDI and mobile? Seen that before, right? Well, yeah, but sometimes something comes along that surprises everyone. Artiphon's Instrument 1 is one such thing. And after all, there's more than one way to crack a nut. Artiphon's method involves creating a high-quality muli-instrument device that uses an iPhone...
Artiphon's 'Instrument 1' is an iPhone powered multi-instrument, we go hands-on

NetApp Catches Flash Madness In Mysterious Partnership with Fusion-IO

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Fusion-IO, the company that uses flash memory to make conventional servers faster just announced a mysterious partnership with enterprise storage player NetApp. It’s kind of a weird announcement where neither company is disclosing what it’s all about. The only hints we get from the press release saying they are: …working...
NetApp Catches Flash Madness In Mysterious Partnership with Fusion-IO
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