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Why OneRiot Dropped Its Real-Time Search Engine

by Sarah Kessler on November 19, 2010

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This post is made possible by Microsoft BizSpark as a new part of the Spark of Genius series that focuses on a new and innovative startup each day. Every Thursday, the program focuses on startups within the BizSpark program and what they’re doing to… Continue reading

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Oracle Sues Google Over Android

by Jolie O'Dell on August 12, 2010

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Claiming egregious IP infringement, Oracle has filed suit against Google over its ever-more-popular mobile operating system, Android.In a statement released today,an Oracle rep stated, “In developing Android, Google knowingly, directly and repeatedly… Continue reading

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WePay can most quickly be described as a sort of Paypal for groups. It allows users to collect, manage and send money as a group online.Hypothetically, it works well for clubs, small organizations, roommates and other groups and could become a househol… Continue reading

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Turn Your iPhone into a TV Remote

by Samuel Axon on January 4, 2010

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When Apple filed a patent for tech that would let you control your home computer with your iPhone or iPod touch, that was neat and all, but the functionality already existed in third-party apps. Now a product from a company called L5 will help iPhones … Continue reading

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What Do Goo.gl and Fb.me Mean for Bit.ly?

by Ben Parr on December 14, 2009

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While URL shortening has become an increasingly important business in the wake of Twitter and its 140-character revolution, we’ve never seen anything happen to the space that compares to what has happened today. First Facebook’s fb.me was reveale… Continue reading

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