Facebook acquires LiveRail to boost video ad revenue

The social media giant has purchased the tech startup in an undisclosed deal, as the company looks to reinforce its online advertising portfolio. Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/07/03/facebook-acquires-liverail-boost-video-ad-revenue/

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AgTech Is The New Queen Of Green

Before Monsanto acquired Climate Corporation in late 2013 for nearly $1 billion, few investors gave much thought to technological innovation in our agriculture system. What a difference a year can make. In what can be described as the Netscape moment for agriculture technology (AgTech),

Instagram Is Ready To Print Money With New Marketing Partner Program

Reflected in our glazed-over eyes, pretty images dance with ads in between. If that sounds like television, you’ll understand why marketers are so excited about Instagram’s coming of age. Two years after Instagram first introduced ads,

The New Dynamics Of Unicorn Startup Acquisitions

The rumors of a possible $3.2 billion acquisition of Beats Electronics by Apple spread far and wide last week, and rightfully so.

$30M Later, Struggling JavaScript Platform Famo.us Pivots

Famo.us’ 15 minutes of open source fame have come to an end. JavaScript rendering engine Famo.us has pivoted out of its hardcore open sourced engineering platform which had raised over $31 million.

Social Network Tsu Is Hacking The App Store’s Pay-Per-Download Rules

A newer, much-debated social network called Tsu has launched a workaround to Apple’s longtime ban on “incentivized” app installs (aka pay-per-installs). Technically, users are being rewarded for creating content on Tsu and inviting others to join,

New Startup Construct Tackles One Of Brazil’s Most Inefficient Industries

Construct co-founders Drew Beaurline and Patrick Albert are taking on one of the nation’s most corrupt and bureaucratic industries – possibly a job only twenty-something foreigners with no particular background in construction would be naïve enough to attempt. Read More

31 Flavors of Bullshit: Your Horror Stories of Working At a Startup

We asked for your nightmare tales of startup employment. Did you ever deliver—sending narratives of woe, scams, drugs, psychotic managers, drinking at your desk and more hookers than a venture capitalist could handle. Read more...

The Antiviral Guide to the Worst Hoaxers and Liars on Facebook

Our friends over at Gawker's Antiviral are calling bullshit on the flood of lies and fakery on Facebook. Part one: "satire" news sites. Check it:Read more...

The Deadly Legacy of HIV Truthers

AIDS was a terrifying mystery, and then we solved it. When researchers identified the human immunodeficiency virus as the reason why young, previously healthy people were developing rare cancers and wasting away, it was a triumph of medical science.Read more...

11 Reasons Email Is the Worst

Email is one of those things that's just a part of your life, period. Most of us know someone who has closed their Facebook account or refused to join in the first place in a little foot-stomping stand by their ego,

UK firms can't tell if their IoT is secure

Research reports raises more questions about the overall security of IoT user data.

Microsoft secures huge Department of Defence contract

It will be bringing home almost $2 billion over five years.

Intel to go 'non-traditional' in search of CEO

Computing giant may bring in someone from outside the company.

Cutting through the AI hype: Explainable AI and a flexible workforce

Preparing the c-suite for the future workplace.

Top web hosting services have major security flaws

Roughly seven million users could have had their accounts exposed.

Smart transport needs data sharing

Across the globe, technology companies and multi-stakeholder, cross-industry groups are investing money and time into exploring an innovation that is rapidly approaching usability.

Payment innovations: A look back and predictions for the year ahead

For invisible payments and the technologies that enable them, we will no doubt see a continuation in the focus on consumer security and control.

Project Ara: Google reveals the first hundred beta testers, and five are from the UK

Those who were the most avid testers with the DScout app have been picked out by Google to receive one of the phones.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/07/03/project-ara-google-reveals-the-first-hundred-beta-testers-and-five-are-from-the-uk/

5 tips for maintaining the corporate network during World Cup 2014

There are a number of easy ways to deal with the issue while remaining flexible and allowing the workforce to stay connected to their favourite event. Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/07/03/5-tips-for-maintaining-the-corporate-network-during-world-cup-2014/

Application intelligence: THE driving force in network visibility

The ability to monitor application flows based on application type provides the insight that is desperately required to get more visibility into what is happening on networks.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/07/03/application-intelligence-the-driving-force-in-network-visibility/

Author Says It's Time To Stop Glorifying Hackers

First time accepted submitter Geste writes "Diane McWhorter pleads in this NYT Op-Ed piece that it's time to stop glorifying hackers. Among other things she rails against providers' tendencies to 'blame the victim' with advice on improved password discipline. Interesting,

英特尔Devil's Canyon和无锁版奔腾CPU细节流出

即将到来的无锁版Devil's Canyon和奔腾周年纪念版处理器的价格和信息已经泄露。其中,Devil's Canyon系列将迎来两款四核处理器,而奔腾周年纪念版将会是一款“低端双核”产品。

Helvetica 字体为什么如此受欢迎?

前两天正好看了《字体传奇:影响世界的Helvetica》[1] 这本书,谈谈我自己的感想:上世纪 50 年代末 Helvetica 就开始流行了,题主提到的 Arial 是直到 80 年代才被 Monotype 山寨出来的,Helvetica 当年的主要竞争对手是 Univers [2] 和 Akzidenz Grotesk [3]Helvetica 创作之初的主要设计意图之一是「去个性化」。

Taking Great Ideas From the Lab To the Fab

aarondubrow (1866212) writes "The "valley of death" is well-known to entrepreneurs — the lull between government funding for research and industry support for prototypes and products. To confront this problem,

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Data centre market change: Four major factors

Four major factors will bring about dramatic change in the data centre market by the end of 2016, according to a new report released by Gartner.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/09/13/data-centre-market-change-four-major-factors/

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New Microsoft fitness band shakes up health data market

Simply called Band, Microsoft has dived head first into the wearable technology peleton with the launch of its first smart fitness bracelet. Can it compete with the likes of FitBit and Samsung?Read more: http://www.itproportal.

Hands-on review: Apple iPad Pro, Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard

Mashable's Chief Correspondent Lance Ulanoff reviews Apple's new extra-large tablet, the iPad Pro, as well as the new Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard.Read the full review here: http://on.mash.to/1knXwu7 Read more...More about Apple, Hands On, Tech, Apps Software, and Gadgets

Fermilab Experiment Finds No Evidence That We Live in a Hologram

A controversial experiment at Fermilab designed to hunt for signs that our universe may really be a hologram has failed to find the evidence it was seeking, the laboratory has announced.Read more...

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