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Optimization startup SigOpt raises $6.6M
SigOpt, a company aiming to “optimize everything,” announced today that it has raised $6.6 million in Series A funding. Wh ...
SelfScore raises $7.1 million to help international students get credit in the U.S.
A startup called SelfScore has raised $7.1 million in new venture funding to help bring much-needed financial services to internationa ...
Genius launches Q+A for song pages
Genius, the service that lets users add annotations and context to other docs, has today announced the launch of Questions and Answers ...
John Gruber and pals shut down Vesper, their syncing notes app for iOS
In what amounts to a very detailed and very heartfelt whitepaper on building and shutting down a business, John Gruber has written abo ...
Authentication startup Auth0 raises $15M as it beefs up security features
“Identity-as-a-service” startup Auth0 (pronounced “auth zero”) has raised $15 million in Series B funding. CEO ...
LinkedIn Enters The Gig Economy With An Upwork Competitor
A new feature that helps employers find freelancers aims to boost LinkedIn's premium subscriptions. ...
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The Bauhaus is nearly a century old, but it still has a lot to teach today's designers. The Bauh ...
50 Reasons Why Everyone Should Want More Walkable Streets
From making you live longer to making cities more resilient: If you want a reason to make your city more walkable, it' ...
Introducing The First Voice-Activated Hotel Room
With Aloft's new system, you'll never need to get out of bed to change the thermostat or switch off the lights again. ...
What Happened When I Pretended To Be Outgoing For A Week
Being outgoing can boost your career. Here's what happened when this shy writer faked it 'til she made it. ...
Entrepreneurs by Forbes
Nigeria's Economic Crisis: Businessman Orji Uzor Kalu Calls For Patience With President Buhari
As Nigeria grapples with an economic crisis, one of its most prominent businessmen, Orji Uzor Kalu, the founder of West African conglomerate ...
Octopus To Raise ?70m For Start-Up Venture Investments
Octopus is raising £70m for its Titan venture capital trust ...
How To Say No And Still Get Ahead (Without Guilt)
11 strategies and tips to help you get good at saying no. ...
Facebook Finally Remembers Why People Use Social Media (Spoiler Alert: It's The Social Part)
Facebook and Instagram will, of course, continue to explore and push the boundaries of where and how they can drive advertising revenue from ...
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Fujifilm’s X-A3 Camera Mashes Up Retro Looks and Selfie Smarts
Fujifilm's latest mirrorless camera splits the difference between a DSLR and a smartphone. The post Fujifilm's X-A3 ...
Dear Internet: It’s Time to Fix This Mess You Made
Enough is enough. The post Dear Internet: It's Time to Fix This Mess You Made appeared first on WIRED. ...
The Good People of the Internet Love Leslie Jones
This #WCW is dedicated to you. The post The Good People of the Internet Love Leslie Jones appeared first on WIRED. ...
Culture Podcast: We Indulge in Some Necessary Frank Oceanography About Blonde
We spent a lot of time unpacking Frank Ocean's latest release(s) on this week's culture podcast. Join us, won't you ...
Lava Flows Added 5 Acres to Hawaii’s Shoreline This Month
Lava flows from Kilauea have added over 5 acres to the island of Hawai'i and the lava keeps coming. The post Lava F ...
Social by Gigaom
My Research Agenda for the Fall 2016 and a Call for Participation
After a few weeks of failed vacation — my attempts at unbroken away time kept surrendering to business-related meetings and travel ...
Why is resource management in the corporate environment still a challenge?
You know the score. You’re faced with the need to find a quiet space to speak with a colleague or client,… ...
More Stellar Visionaries To Join Gigaom Change 2016 Lineup
If you’ve been following us, you’ll know our mission with Gigaom Change is to add real value to the business leaders who… ...
Gigaom Talks with Rodolphe Gelin about Robotics
As a graduate of the School of Civil Engineering (l’Ecole des Ponts et Chaussées) and with a DEA in Artificial Intelligence, RodolpheR ...
Cloud Databases for Enterprise Workloads
Due to its complexity, cloud strategy will be the most challenging business driver in the years to come. Take everything you need… ...
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Philippines' 50 Richest 2016: A Record Number Of Filipino Billionaires
The Federal Government Is Trying To Grab 140 Square Miles Of Private Land In Texas
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Apple Patent Reveals A Potentially Cutting Edge Feature For Future iPhones - Forbes
Here are Apple's new emoji for firefighters, astronauts, and artists - Business Insider
How iPhone Can Make or Break Apple Stock - Motley Fool
Apple could be on the hook for $19 billion in taxes, and the Obama administration is livid - Business Insider
Apple bought a lot of startups that we don't even know about - Business Insider
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Self-Driving Taxis Hit the Road in Singapore
Trackers Help Prevent Lost-Luggage Nightmare
Bond Market Smackdown: SolarCity vs. Sri Lanka
Do You Really, Truly Hate Your Office Printer? There's a Bat for That
Republican to Unveil Sales Tax Plan for Purchases Across State Lines
GitLab (YC W15) Is Hiring a Director of Developer Relations
The alleged NSA malware developers are at risk to be identified
How to Slash the Cost of Drug Development
Graphene Doubles Up on Quantum Dots’ Promise in Quantum Computing
Jorge Luis Borges on Collective Tragedy and Collective Joy
What Poetry Does: Adrienne Rich on Poetry’s Political Power and Its Role in the Immigrant Experience
What Makes a Good Life: Revelatory Learnings from Harvard’s 75-Year Study of Human Happiness
Cycling as a Cure for Creative Block: A Charming 1926 Case for Why the Bicycle Is the Ideal Vehicle for Writers
Neil Gaiman Reads “The Man Who Forgot Ray Bradbury,” His Lovely Present for Bradbury’s 91st Birthday
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