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Rocket Internet’s ClickBus scoops up $10M to make bus trip booking better


Image Credit: Michael Curi, Jr., MBA/Flickr ClickBus, an online booking platform for bus travel, announced $10 million in funding from investors Latin America Internet Group, Tengelmann Ventures, Holtzbrinck Ventures, and Rocket Internet.

ZootRock’s Audrey Melnik talks about social media and content automation for brands


Image Credit: Screen shot We all know how massively important social media and content marketing are to brands and their online presence.

Picnic Health narrows its focus to helping cancer patients with their patient records


Above: Picnic Health's personal health record. Image Credit: Picnic Health As part of the Meaningful Use requirements in the HITECH Act, health care providers are now required to give patients access to a specified set of patient data.

VMware buys CloudVolumes, continuing its diversification push


Above: The CloudVolumes team. Image Credit: VMware VMware has acquired CloudVolumes, a startup that built technology that helps companies provide complex applications to their employees quickly and easily.

Check out these hacked Netflix apps for Oculus Rift & Philips Hue (videos)


Image Credit: Netflix Netflix’s semi-regular company hack events usually produces some pretty awesome ways to combine the streaming video service with gadgets or third-party services — and this year is no different.

Coupa’s Explosive European Growth Drives New Hub in Dublin, Ireland


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Funding Daily: Thumbtack wins the jackpot


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What happens when a Tesla fanboy meets the Mercedes-Benz electric car


Above: Mercedes B-class electric Image Credit: www.mbusa.com When Mercedes-Benz contacted me last month to ask if I’d be interested in driving its new B-class electric, I thought they were either too sure of themselves or foolish.

Study finds slight link between preteen gaming and depression — but it needs more study


Above: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's map Riot takes place in a destroyed prison. Image Credit: Activision Publishing Another piece of research says that gaming might be bad for you — but don’t roll your eyes just yet.

7 reasons why we’re going to see more card data breaches at our favorite retail stores


GUEST POST Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons Recent card data breaches at Supervalu and Albertsons retail chains are just the latest in a long series of high-scale security incidents hitting large retailers such as Target, Neiman-Marcus, Michael’s, Sally Beauty, and P.F.

Shazam touts TV success as it hits 100M monthly active mobile users


Image Credit: Shazam Sometimes its okay to build an entire company around a feature, as media ID service Shazam is demonstrating.

Y Combinator-backed Zidisha has been stomping down non-performing loans with some extra tech


Image Credit: Zidisha/Facebook Yesterday, a new crop of startups from Y Combinator’s (YC) accelerator presented to a full house in the hopes of investment, press, and general buzz, and among them will be some non-profit companies.

Microsoft goes after Google with Bing Maps update: 94 new cities get street view & 3D maps


Image Credit: Wonderlane/Flickr Microsoft’s Bing Maps team just announced a major update, introducing “street side views” (Bing’s answer to Google’s street view) to 64 new cities and 3D maps to 29 new cities.

HP escapes the summer doldrums as it beats quarterly earnings targets


Image Credit: Elizabeth Krumbach Joseph/Flickr Hewlett-Packard reported better-than-expected earnings for its third fiscal quarter ended July 31.

Gilmo wants to solve the password problem with a dedicated device


Passwords. If there’s one aspect of our modern techno-centric world that is guaranteed to send people into fits of exasperation, it’s passwords.

Do you really know your consumer? The art and science of location data.


SPONSORED POST Image Credit: Shutterstock This sponsored post is produced in association with Factual.

Wearable Intelligence is raising $8.4M for Google Glass for doctors


Image Credit: Wearable Intelligence If anybody needs to get constant, real-time information in a Google Glass-like wearable, it’s doctors and other healthcare workers.

Stitch Labs grabs $3.5M to keep your online store running faster and more smoothly


Image Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/x-ray_delta_one/3935087159/ As online retail and wholesaling grows, more and more actual stuff needs to be managed at the same speed, volume, and scale as online sales.

Health Gorilla, looking to be king of the diagnostic lab jungle, grabs $1.2 million


Above: The Health Gorilla homepage Image Credit: Health Gorilla Health Gorilla, a startup whose name evokes jungle fitness, has just scored $1.2 million to help tame the jungle of testing labs.

The next Internet monopoly: Uber, the transportation network


By design, the Internet trends towards monopoly: There’s one major social network (Facebook), search engine (Google), encyclopedia (Wikipedia) business network (LinkedIn), classified-ads website (Craigslist), retail site (Amazon), auction site (eBay), and micro-blogging service (Twitter).


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