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The old thought experiment asks: If you could travel back in time to prevent someone’s birth who would be capable of great evil, would you do it?
San Francisco-based Fleksy has launched its in-app SDK integration for iOS via four new partners who implement the software in their own apps today.
Disney Interactive You can tap on any part of the virtual island to visit them in Club Penguin for the iPad.
Mozilla, Deutsche Telekom, LG, Qualcomm, TCL/ALCATEL ONETOUCH, Telefónica, ZTE and a number of other tech companies today launched a new initiative that aims to promote the open Web device ecosystem by “encouraging API compliance as well as ensuring competitive performance.” The Open Web Device Compliance Review Board (CRB) will operate as an independent not-for-profit organization, but its standards will be based on Mozilla’s principles of user privacy and control and will also form the basis of Mozilla’s Firefox OS branding requirements.
SF-based Buffer, the social media scheduling tool has officially launched its Buffer for Business product after a small private beta that ran during the past few months.
The first to swim the 23 and 1/2 watery miles from Dover to France was a steam ship captain, Matthew Webb, who in 1875 made the crossing in 21 hours and 45 minutes, despite jellyfish stings and unforgiving tides.
Convo, an enterprise social network that competes with the now Microsoft-owned Yammer, today announced that it has added at-rest encryption (ARE) to its servers in order to better protect its client information.
DataSift has built a reputation as a provider of Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr firehoses — streams of unstructured data that can then be used in applications to track larger user sentiment and other trends.
Dean Takahashi Kai Huang of Blue Goji Jumping on the fitness gaming trend, Blue Goji is launching its Goji Play system of wireless hardware and games that are aimed at getting you into better shape.
Since launching a little more than a year ago, Peek is trying to find new ways to help travelers book interesting experiences when visiting new and interesting places.
Lemon, a digital wallet platform which allows users to store their ID, payment, loyalty cards and more on their smartphone, has been acquired by identity theft protection service LifeLock for approximately $42.6 million, the companies are announcing today.
Coinbase has raised $25 million in a Series B round from Andreessen Horowitz in the largest funding to date for a company focused on the Bitcoin digital currency.
In a bid to strengthen its community and position itself as more than just an eBook reader, Berlin-based Readmill has released a new update promoting book discussion and discovery.
Microsoft has been adding firepower to its Windows Azure cloud platform to compete against the likes of Google, Amazon and Dropbox and Box to attract enterprise users to create, host and distribute data around the world.
Twitter has been inking deals with third parties outside of the U.S. to drive more international usage, both in emerging and mature markets.
Jason A. Howie/Flickr This is a guest post by investor Boris Wertz Over the past five years, we’ve seen professionals in numerous fields adopt innovative software products that help them work more effectively and efficiently.
Spire Technologies, a big data startup based in Bangalore that helps customers manage current and future talent requirements using a contextual search engine, has raised $8 million in Series A funding from an unnamed institutional investor.
Ottawa-based Shopify has already raised a considerable amount of money, especially for a Canadian company, and its Series C round continues that theme: The e-commerce company has raised $100 million from existing investors, as well as new ones, including OMERS Ventures and Insight Venture Partners; the goal is to help Shopify drop the ‘e’ and embrace all kinds of commerce, for all kinds of merchants, in all kinds of settings.
DrChrono's founders Michael Nusimow and Daniel Kivatinos Health care is a massive market opportunity for any developer — and yet, only about 1.3 percent of the APIs on ProgrammableWeb are associated with clinical services.