Above: Pure Storage's flash storage hardware. Image Credit: Pure Storage The flash-storage mob has returned.
After so many changes in the last few weeks, Y Combinator has announced yet another one. This time, it’s shaking up the investments its startups receive.
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Image Credit: Weebly The website-making space is hot: Last week alone, Squarespace announced a new $40 million round, and WordPress parent company Automattic was reportedly raising up to $100 million, and just today, Brandcast grabbed $1.5 million from Salesforce founder and chief executive Marc Benioff.
Above: Government shutdown Image Credit: Orhan Cam/Shutterstock The feds are set to begin slapping app developers and mobile game companies with hefty fines for violating the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act starting any day.
Before today, you had to be a developer to try an early release of OS X. Now, a shift in policy allows anyone to try the latest beta of Apple’s desktop operating system, TechCrunch reports.
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Image Credit: Shutterstock Don’t look now, but the transition to a mobile-centric computing culture in the U.S.
Above: Simon Khalaf of Flurry Image Credit: Dean Takahashi Are you a mobile addict? You probably are if you open apps more than 60 times a day.
Whether you like them or not, Twitter’s new profile design is now available to all. The design, which first debuted earlier this month, features a photo-centric layout reminiscent of Facebook and Google+.
Aereo is confident that it’ll score a victory from Supreme Court justices that are currently deciding whether the TV Anywhere’s service infringes on copyrights owned by major TV broadcast stations like ABC.
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Image Credit: Fan TV Time Warner Cable subscribers who are frustrated with the ancient, poorly performing cable boxes issued by the cable TV provider will soon have another option in Fan TV.
Above: Point-of-view inside Skylight on a factory floor. Image Credit: APX Labs When is a battlefield like a factory floor?
Above: Targeting options in Decisive's platform. Image Credit: John Koetsier With hundreds of companies in the mobile ad space, real-time exchanges, ad arbitrage, and controversy about ad companies re-selling ad space without telling their partners, the mobile ad space is a tough one to enter for the little guy.
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Image Credit: Brandcast As an emerging content-management system provider, Brandcast strives to be both easy to use and full-featured for big businesses.
Image Credit: Video on-demand image via BPTU/Shutterstock Few streaming services can match the success that Netflix has had, but that will soon change if AT&T, Chernin Group, and a huge sack of cash have anything to say about it.
Above: The game formerly known as "Blizzard All-Stars." Image Credit: Blizzard Entertainment BOSTON — Blizzard doesn’t want to refer to Heroes of the Storm as a MOBA, or a multiplayer online battle arena.
Above: Hollywood Player Image Credit: Exponential Entertainment Can you name a movie just by looking at a fragment of a scene?