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Kippt Lets You Build An Automated Archive for Links You Like

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On Wednesday, the personal link library Kippt rolled out its own syncing services. You can now connect your accounts from Twitter, GitHub, Pocket, and Readability to automatically save the links you like to your Kippt lists with no extra work, and more services are on the way. This kind of...
Kippt Lets You Build An Automated Archive for Links You Like

This week in cloud: All Amazon all the time but Google gets its licks in

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Amazon  took full advantage of its inaugural AWS: Reinvent show to push out all sorts of news, most notably a new data analysis service based on Paraccel technology that it says will take on data warehousing powers Oracle, IBM, Hewlett-Packard at much lower prices. Attendees of the show, including Netflix...
This week in cloud: All Amazon all the time but Google gets its licks in
Podio brings social business collaboration to the iPad
Cisco to acquire to cloud services management provider SolveDirect

CloudCourse: An Enterprise Application in the Cloud

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At Google we have experts on everything from Python to penguins. However, connecting our expert teachers to eager students around the globe can be a complicated business. To that end, we are excited to release our new internal learning platform, CloudCourse under an open source license. Built entirely on App...
CloudCourse: An Enterprise Application in the Cloud

Mozilla & The Knight Foundation Invest $1M In Crowdsourced Translation Startup Amara

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Let’s say you’re a video publisher who wants all the world to have access to your content… But translating videos into multiple languages is time-consuming and expensive — that is, unless you’ve got a team of volunteers to do it for you. One of the most efficient way to tackle...
Mozilla & The Knight Foundation Invest $1M In Crowdsourced Translation Startup Amara

Release of Ashton Kutcher's 'Jobs' Delayed

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Ashton Kutcher's Jobs has reportedly been delayed for an undetermined amount of time according to The Hollywood Reporter so distributors could have more time to market the movie. The film had a planned release of April 19 after it was screened at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. Open...
Release of Ashton Kutcher's 'Jobs' Delayed

Plivo Launches The First SDK That Lets Developers Connect WebRTC And SIP

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WebRTC, the new in-browser framework for real-time video and audio chats, will likely be a major trend this year. While it’s exciting for developers to easily add browser-to-browser chat features to their apps, however, being able to call regular phones from the web and to integrate WebRTC into existing calling...
Plivo Launches The First SDK That Lets Developers Connect WebRTC And SIP
Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch resigns

Synage Software's Brightpod, a collaboration app for digital marketers, readies for launch

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There’s a lot of work that goes into conceptualizing, executing and sustaining a digital campaign; effective communication within marketing teams and staying on top of tasks are the keys to achieving success in this game. And in the ever-churning sea of web apps, there’s never been something that recognizes the...
Synage Software's Brightpod, a collaboration app for digital marketers, readies for launch

Salesforce.com Sets Up Next Big Battle With Facebook Style Identity For The Enterprise

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Salesforce.com is setting up the next big battle in the market with a new service they are calling Facebook style identity for the enterprise. The new service, which Marc Benioff first discussed on stage at Disrupt San Francisco 2012, is being called a single, social, trusted identity in the cloud...
Salesforce.com Sets Up Next Big Battle With Facebook Style Identity For The Enterprise

Amazon launches workflow orchestration service

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Users of Amazon Web Services will soon be able to orchestrate workflows across different AWS services and their own internal resources, using a new orchestration engine called the AWS Data Pipeline....
Amazon launches workflow orchestration service

SharePoint Online upgrades cause problems for some users, developers

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Recent back-end upgrades by Microsoft to Office 365's SharePoint Online are causing problems for some users and developers whose workflows and applications have been disrupted by a variety of bugs....
SharePoint Online upgrades cause problems for some users, developers
Here's what Adobe plans to do with Behance, starting with free portfolio sites

Chemical Patent Searches? There's an API for that!

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When I think of APIs, I tend to think of mostly end-user data being passed back and forth between consumer websites and various client apps. Automated uploading to Flickr, for example, or consuming Twitter data in some way. I don’t think of chemical patent searches. SureChem just announced an API...
Chemical Patent Searches? There's an API for that!

Online publishing: optimizing and monetizing content

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In response to six consecutive years of decline in its traditional advertising pool, the print industry has been developing innovative digital products and revenue streams. In an era when a digital presence is essential for survival, publishers must address some key concerns, including monetization of digital channels, targeting relevant content...
Online publishing: optimizing and monetizing content
Startup Spotlight: GiftGiv looks to make gift giving a breeze
Microsoft wants you to build apps for Office using these new tools

Promise aims at broadcast with rack-mounted VTrak A-Class SAN

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High-performance RAID storage solution developer Promise Technology unveiled a low cost turnkey storage area network (SAN) solution: the new VTrak A-Class. Aimed at creative professionals in the media and entertainment market, the 4U VTrak A-Class is built for the storage intensive workflows of post-production, data asset management and archiving. Promise's...
Promise aims at broadcast with rack-mounted VTrak A-Class SAN
"Own Your Code": Facebook's Engineering Shift Tackles The Problem of Mobile

Podio Cuts Down On Unnecessary Emails With New Email Integration, @Mentions For Workspaces

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Collaborative work platform Podio, the Danish Yammer and Basecamp competitor that was acquired by Citrix earlier this year, launched two new features today that are meant to help businesses and small teams cut down on internal emails. Starting today, you will be able to connect all of your Podio workspaces...
Podio Cuts Down On Unnecessary Emails With New Email Integration, @Mentions For Workspaces

Adobe Releases Photoshop Lightroom 4, Slashes Price in Half to $149

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Adobe today announced the immediate release of Photoshop Lightroom 4, bringing a number of new features and a lower price tag to the company's professional photo management and manipulation software. Lightroom 4 introduces refined technology for superior shadow and highlight processing, ability to create photo books, additional local adjustment controls,...
Adobe Releases Photoshop Lightroom 4, Slashes Price in Half to $149

Gadget Season Is Over, Thank God

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Well, that was fun, huh? We got some new phones, new iPods, new tablets from everybody, new Macs, probably some new ultrabooks or whatever, all in time for the holidays. We got a fresh new excuse to argue with each other about which ones are the messiah and which ones...
Gadget Season Is Over, Thank God
Going Google: When The Past Comes Back to Haunt You

OmniPlan for iPad to put project management at your fingertips in 2012

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Users who rely on the desktop version of OmniPlan but wish to manage complicated projects and workflows on-the-go will soon be able to pinch and swipe their way to Gantt chart nirvana. According to Omni Group CEO Ken Case, project management app OmniPlan will make its way to the...
OmniPlan for iPad to put project management at your fingertips in 2012

Samsung Galaxy S III focuses on photography sharing features, not cutting-edge optics

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Samsung's Galaxy S III doesn't boast 41-megapixel captures or top-of-the-line optics. Instead, its camera's strengths are in its intelligent organization and social features, increasing the handset's appeal as a point-and-shoot alternative for casual photographers. Samsung's latest round of compacts and mirrorless dedicated snappers reaffirm suspicions that the company is...
Samsung Galaxy S III focuses on photography sharing features, not cutting-edge optics

Kleiner Perkins, Lumatic, Stripe, And LinkedIn Will Speak At IGNITION WEST 2013 In San Francisco

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Mobile disruption is the theme of this year's IGNITION West, held March 26, 2013, in San Francisco. The event will showcase brands large and small, describing how they integrate mobile into product roadmaps and internal workflows. We'll hear what top investors are thinking about mobile monetization and distribution, what works...
Kleiner Perkins, Lumatic, Stripe, And LinkedIn Will Speak At IGNITION WEST 2013 In San Francisco
Amazon's super-duper data pipeline is now ready for its close-up

Bear CSS creates the perfect stylesheet template based on your HTML

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It’s not easy to find the perfect workflow for Web development, but after a certain amount of time, many devs start working off of their own templates as a starting point. In the end, there’s often no need to write out your stylesheet from scratch, even if it just means...
Bear CSS creates the perfect stylesheet template based on your HTML

Digital ad agency R/GA talks emerging tech, HTML5, Flash & their latest work

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R/GA is an international digital advertising agency with massive influence across the globe. The agency has worked with major brands like Nike, Verizon and HBO, and now its Chicago branch has just finished its latest work with Grey Goose, which taps emerging technologies for a fully responsive experience on any...
Digital ad agency R/GA talks emerging tech, HTML5, Flash & their latest work
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