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Bulletproof whiteboard designed for classroom defense

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In response to the school shooting in Connecticut, a military armor manufacturer creates bulletproof whiteboards as a last line of defense for teachers and students. [Read more]...
Bulletproof whiteboard designed for classroom defense
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Real-time collaboration app SyncPad officially goes freemium on iOS and Samsung devices

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Collaborative whiteboard app SyncPad today officially announced the launch of its version 2, which it quietly released a few weeks ago and has been tweaking since then. New features include enhanced text editing and user moderation, as well as authentication, password protection and encryption options. The app is available in the App Store, where...
Real-time collaboration app SyncPad officially goes freemium on iOS and Samsung devices

WhiteyBoard: An Instant Whiteboard For Your Instant Office

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While I'm not sure what I think about the name, I do like WhiteyBoard's game. WhiteyBoard is an "instant" whiteboard made of plastic that weighs less than two pounds and slaps right up on your wall without screws. Instead of those standard, crazily heavy and expensive whiteboards you're used to,...
WhiteyBoard: An Instant Whiteboard For Your Instant Office
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When Facebook Goes Into 'Lockdown' Mode, It Holds 5 Hour Meetings And No One Rests For 34 Days (FB)

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Facebook recently launched a new feature, Graph Search. It's a robust tool that gives users the power to search their friends' profiles for information and recommendations.  The days leading up to its launch were exhausting. One of Facebook's product managers, Loren Cheng, spoke to Fast Company about going into a...
When Facebook Goes Into 'Lockdown' Mode, It Holds 5 Hour Meetings And No One Rests For 34 Days (FB)

VentureBeat needs some new roommates

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We’ve got a bigger space than we need, and we’re looking for a few good folks to share it with. Benefits include gorgeous views, private offices, floor-to-ceiling whiteboards and glass walls for writing down your big ideas, and a Death Star-caliber conference room for impressive investors, press, and potential...
VentureBeat needs some new roommates

A 23-Year-Old You've Never Heard Of Is About To Change Healthcare

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A Ping-Pong table is the first thing you see when you walk into the entrance foyer. There are whiteboards on the walls in every direction with multicolored workflows, shocking healthcare statistics, customer acquisition models and names like Autism Speaks, Value Options and some of the largest payers in the country...
A 23-Year-Old You've Never Heard Of Is About To Change Healthcare

KrystalBoard wants to replace blackboards and whiteboards with liquid crystals

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If you ask most people, they'd tell you there's nothing wrong with the standard classroom set-up of a blackboard and chalk, or a whiteboard and dry-erase markers. Nicholas DePorzio isn't most people, though. At Northeastern University's Husky Startup Challenge Demo Day, he took home the "audience favorite" prize for...
KrystalBoard wants to replace blackboards and whiteboards with liquid crystals
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Startup Central: University of Washington pumps out 8 new startups in 6 months

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Michael Young at the Center for Commercialization. (UW Photo) Almost one year ago, University of Washington President Michael Young made a pledge to double the number of startup companies spinning out of the state’s top research institution. But has he kept his promise? The answer is yes. The UW is...
Startup Central: University of Washington pumps out 8 new startups in 6 months

GestureTek to let you interact with images projected from your phone

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Late last year, LG launched a phone with an optional projector attachment that lets you project images from the phone to a larger surface. Now, Canadian company GestureTek says it’ll go one better: It promises to project images from your phone that you can actually interact with. GestureTek specializes in...
GestureTek to let you interact with images projected from your phone

Inside Ford's Silicon Valley Lab

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The vibe of Ford's small outpost in the heart of Palo Alto is straight-up Silicon Valley start-up: empty cubes, diagrams scribbled on wall-sized whiteboards, and a lounge with multiple game stations. (I didn't see a foosball table.) T.J. Giuli, the guy in charge, sports a ponytail and goatee - and...
Inside Ford's Silicon Valley Lab

Adobe Connect Mobile 2.0 improves controls, sharing

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Adobe has launched Connect Mobile 2.0, an update of the iOS and Android clients for users of the company's Connect conferencing service. Hosts can now draw on whiteboards with their fingers, change layouts, and use emoticons. A new set of administration tools allows full control of recordings, audio conferencing, and...
Adobe Connect Mobile 2.0 improves controls, sharing

Checking In and Checking Out South By Southwest

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As a South-by newbie, I had very little idea what to expect upon arriving in Austin. One thing I sure wasn’t expecting was the cold and gloomy weather. But once you walk from wherever you manage to find a room over to the Austin convention center, things heat up considerably....
Checking In and Checking Out South By Southwest

This Company's Office Is So Advanced, The Walls Talk And No One Has Regular Phones

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This Series On The Future Of The Workplace Is Brought To You By Cognizant. Most companies are stuck in the dark ages when it comes to workforce tech. They think letting their workers use their own iPads to send corporate e-mails is cutting edge. Pshaw. Want to see what...
This Company's Office Is So Advanced, The Walls Talk And No One Has Regular Phones

Rethinking The Mobile App "Walkthrough"

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Lately, it seems that many mobile apps, upon first launch, are stepping users through multi-screen “walkthroughs” where all the features of the app are demonstrated, painstakingly, one-by-one. Worse still, are those overlays of help screens that appear at start up, with the scrawled handwriting, circles and arrows best left on...
Rethinking The Mobile App "Walkthrough"
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