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Geek of the Week: Software engineer Jesse Johnston is making medicine smarter

Loosecubes Secures $7.8M From NEA, Accel To Become The Airbnb For Shared Office Space

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Loosecubes, the community marketplace for shared workspace, has today announced that it has secured $7.8 million in series A financing, bringing its total funding to $9 million. The round was led by New Enterprise Associates and Revolution Ventures, with participation from previous investors, Accel Partners and Battery Ventures. As a...
Loosecubes Secures $7.8M From NEA, Accel To Become The Airbnb For Shared Office Space

Productivity app CloudOn brings Microsoft Office to the iPhone, SkyDrive integration now on iOS and Android

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CloudOn — the productivity app best known for bringing Microsoft Office to the iPad — has today extended its Apple device support, launching its workspace on the iPhone, complete with optimisations for the popular smartphone. CloudOn 3.0 ships with an iPhone customized ribbon, repurposing Microsoft’s Office ribbon so that it works flawlessly...
Productivity app CloudOn brings Microsoft Office to the iPhone, SkyDrive integration now on iOS and Android

A Rare Look At Meg Whitman's Cubicle (HPQ)

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Back in February, we reported on all the things that HP CEO Meg Whitman was doing to change the elitist executive culture that had sprouted since the days of Carly Fiorina. For instance, she made executives give up their fancy corner offices and move into ordinary cubicles, just like the...
A Rare Look At Meg Whitman's Cubicle (HPQ)

Cloud9 IDE brings its distributed development smarts to the enterprise

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Cloud9 IDE is taking on the problem of providing a secure place for geographically dispersed corporate developers to collaborate on their projects in real time. Cloud9 CEO Ruben Daniels The startup’s new enterprise-focused integrated development environment (IDE) gives these development teams their own Linux workspace to build, test, debug and deploy their...
Cloud9 IDE brings its distributed development smarts to the enterprise

CapLinked Plugs Its Deal Management Tools Into AngelList, Thanks To Shareable Links

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CapLinked, a startup offering private workspaces for managing financial deals (such as startup funding), has occasionally been described as a competitor to AngelList. Today, however, it’s announcing a new feature — the ability to share links pointing to CapLinked workspaces — that makes it easier for companies to use the two...
CapLinked Plugs Its Deal Management Tools Into AngelList, Thanks To Shareable Links
A look inside Leap Motion, the 3D gesture control that's like Kinect on steroids
Vobi Raises $1.5 Million For Online Collaboration That's Kicked Off By Phone Calls
By 2018, tablets will be obsolete, says legacy smartphone company CEO

11 Easy Ways To Offend Facebook Employees (FB)

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Facebook has thousands of employees now. To keep them all happy with each other, certain unwritten rules have been established over time. Well, the rules were unwritten until people started writing a full list of faux pas on Quora, which we've fleshed out. If you end up working at Facebook...
11 Easy Ways To Offend Facebook Employees (FB)
Startup Spotlight: This computer workstation allows you to sit, stand or recline

DIY Weekend: Shining a new light on an old video game classic

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Bryan Duxbury and Adam Ellsworth loved playing Super Mario Bros. as kids. Now, as adults, they've turned the classic NES video game into a cool DIY project with help from membership-based workspace TechShop. [Read more]...
DIY Weekend: Shining a new light on an old video game classic

"In five years I don't think there'll be a reason to have a tablet anymore. Maybe a big screen in..."

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"In five years I don't think there'll be a reason to have a tablet anymore. Maybe a big screen in your workspace, but not a tablet as such. Tablets themselves are not a good business model." - BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins during an interview at the Milken Institute conference in Los...
"In five years I don't think there'll be a reason to have a tablet anymore. Maybe a big screen in..."

75+ Tools for Visualizing your Data, CSS, Flash, jQuery, PHP | tripwire magazine

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Images says more than a thousands words. It is common sense and wise people has followed this rule for centuries by creating illustrations of thier ideas and thoughts. Today it is easier than ever as the technology for presenting nearly any type of information as a graph or chart...
75+ Tools for Visualizing your Data, CSS, Flash, jQuery, PHP | tripwire magazine

How to design a positive or inspiring work space at home

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This post is brought to you by Citrix GoToMeeting With the U.S. Department of Labor reporting that almost a quarter of all employed persons have done “some or all of their work at home,” it shouldn’t come as a surprise that home working spaces are in high demand. Come...
How to design a positive or inspiring work space at home

Visit NYC's Most Exciting Tech Startups With WalkaboutNYC

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On May 18 the top technology companies in NYC will open their doors to the general public. Here's your chance to see where the Business Insider magic happens. WalkaboutNYC is a citywide open house event for technology companies. Curious New Yorkers can stop by and check out their workspaces, see...
Visit NYC's Most Exciting Tech Startups With WalkaboutNYC

VMware takes on the BYOD problem with -- you guessed it -- virtualization

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If you’ve talked to a CIO lately, you’ve likely got an earful about having to support employee smartphones and the problems they bring — users sending off company files to Dropbox or their personal Gmail account or God knows where else. They loathe the idea that a user may be...
VMware takes on the BYOD problem with -- you guessed it -- virtualization

MyFiveBy Wants To Join The Conversation With A Unique, Browser-Based Microblogging Tool

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Every few years someone tries to unseat the big social networks by creating something unique and unusual. They often fail. However, I think MyFiveBy has a fighting chance. Built by a team out of Barcelona, the web-based app creates a sort of “workspace” for your microblogging exploits, allowing you to...
MyFiveBy Wants To Join The Conversation With A Unique, Browser-Based Microblogging Tool

Postpone is a simple to-do list Web app with scheduling and shared workspaces for specific projects

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Postpone is the latest productivity app on the block, selling itself as “the best way to keep a to-do list short, useful and motivating”. Is there room for yet another to-do list app? We find out. How it works When you first sign-in to Postpone, you’ll see what is essentially...
Postpone is a simple to-do list Web app with scheduling and shared workspaces for specific projects
Crazy About Tablets

AOL unveils Alto, its new cloud-based application designed to help bring calm to your email inbox

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Managing your email accounts can be a bit of a headache. If you’re managing multiple accounts like I am, you probably are managing an exorbitant amount of emails and trying to organize them takes way more time than should be needed. AOL, a company that became known for bringing email...
AOL unveils Alto, its new cloud-based application designed to help bring calm to your email inbox

BlackBerry details unique security features in OS 10

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The recent release of the BlackBerry 10 operating system sets the stage for a security evolution as well, according to Alex Manea, manager of security services at BlackBerry. For one thing, the BlackBerry 10 OS is distinct from any previous BlackBerry OS in that it provides a way to...
BlackBerry details unique security features in OS 10

Hacker Dojo Meets Fund-Raising Goal

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Crowdsourcing, charity auction, and appeals to fellow entrepreneurs helped Silicon Valley inventors raise money to bring their shared workspace up to city code....
Hacker Dojo Meets Fund-Raising Goal

Seattle, meet the Bing Fund: a hybrid angel fund and incubator

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After some hinting around the edges in recent days, Microsoft today unveiled the Bing Fund, its new tool that will both invest in and incubate startups. The Fund is sponsored by Bing, as you likely guessed. According to its FAQ, the Bing Fund is looking for “startups that are building...
Seattle, meet the Bing Fund: a hybrid angel fund and incubator

The FCC adopts new rules to help bolster in-flight WiFi

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Today the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced that it has enacted a ‘Report and Order’ concerning rules regulating in-flight Internet services. Since 2001, the FCC has authorized several companies to operate Earth Stations Aboard Aircraft (ESAA). An ESAA is a device installed on the outside of a plane to connect to,...
The FCC adopts new rules to help bolster in-flight WiFi
How SFR's 'Chocolate Factory' produced a cloud service business in four months

Asana finally takes its task-management app to Android

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Asana is one startup we’ve had our eye on for a while, Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz’s slick collaborative task and project management app. It actually started off as a side-project while Moskovitz was still at Facebook. And today Asana has finally landed on Android, 15 months after its first foray...
Asana finally takes its task-management app to Android
Microsoft’s Azure Accelerator In China Debuts Inaugural Class
MobileSpaces nabs $3M to keep employee's personal data under lock and key
Microsoft 'Illumishare' demonstrates the future of remote physical object interaction
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