Meet The Winner Of PragueCrunch III: Cloudfender

This man is very happy. He’s Jaroslav Snajdr, one of the contestants in last night’s PragueCrunch pitch-off and a proud drinker of fine Czech beer. He is just one of the cool people we met in Prague last night. Read More

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Meet The Winner Of PragueCrunch III: Cloudfender

This man is very happy. He’s Jaroslav Snajdr, one of the contestants in last night’s PragueCrunch pitch-off and a proud drinker of fine Czech beer. He is just one of the cool people we met in Prague last night. Read More

Selfie Lets You Share Yourself 24 Seconds At A Time

A year ago, “selfie” had just been added to the Oxford Dictionaries Online. At the same time, we were just discovering Selfie.com, a mysterious landing page for a “Selfie” service. All we knew at the time was that it was led by Hugh Dornbush and had raised some seed money. Today, however,

APIs Fuel The Software That’s Eating The World

That meant if you wanted to add a service like taking a credit card, you needed to code it all manually. Today with a few lines of code, you can tap into some remarkable resources whether it’s a payment network like MasterCard,

Why Social Engineering Should Be Your Biggest Security Concern

We all know the basics—strong passwords, two-factor authentication, and so on. However, the most recent security and privacy breaches have had less to do with bad passwords and more to do with social engineering. Let's look at what that is, why it can happen without you knowing,

OnePass: Could Microsoft offer a convenient all-in-one subscription to all it's services?

Wouldn't it be cool if Microsoft offered a subscription for all of it's services? Hear me out, because it's almost inevitable that Windows will soon be subscription based, and we've already got Xbox LIVE, Xbox Music and Office 365. Now,

Kryptnostic Hopes To Improve Enterprise Security By Letting Users Search Their Encrypted Files In Th

When it comes to cloud security these days, most enterprises are forced to choose between either making their data accessible, or making it secure.

Can Technology Help Us Raise Independent, Free-Range Kids?

One of my most vivid childhood memories is of a county park behind our house which was so vast to my eight-year-old mind that it might as well have been the Arctic tundra. We were constructing some kind of vine-swing over a creek, which I believe we planned to test on bikes.

Square Brings Accountability To Email Marketing

Square is in the process of building up a series of products and services that use its payments platform as a foundation. The latest, launching today, is an email marketing tool gives physical businesses the same advantages of online stores.

Smart Spreadsheet Service Blockspring Raises $3.4 Million

Blockspring, a service that connects to spreadsheets like Excel and Google Spreadsheets to easier import data, said it has raised $3.4 million.Instead of having to write specific code to import and sort data in a spreadsheet,

Why Homejoy Failed … And The Future Of The On-Demand Economy

On the heels of Homejoy’s failure, the fundamental “on-demand marketplace” model has come into question by investors, the media and even consumers. That questioning is very relevant,

Fika Ventures raises $76M to fund the growing LA tech ecosystem

Investment in LA tech startups is on the rise.

Serverless and containers: Two great technologies that work better together

Cloud native models using containerized software in a continuous delivery approach could benefit from serverless computing where the cloud vendor generates the exact amount of resources required to run a workload on the fly.

A cryptocurrency stealing app found on Google Play was downloaded over a thousand times

Researchers have found two apps masquerading as cryptocurrency apps on Android’s app store, Google Play. One of them was largely a dud. The second was designed to steal cryptocurrency, the researchers said. Security firm ESET said one of the two fake Android apps impersonated Trezor,

Future launches $150/mo exercise app where real coaches nag you

The only way to beat laziness is with guilt, and so that’s what Future sells. It assigns you an actual human trainer who builds personalized workout plans and message you throughout the day to make sure you’re doing them.

GitHub launches Sponsors, lets you pay your favorite open source contributors

GitHub today launched Sponsors, a new tool that lets you give financial support to open source developers. Developers will be able to opt into having a “Sponsor me” button on their GitHub repositories and open source projects will also be able to highlight their funding models,

Join our mailing list and trim €200 off passes for Disrupt Berlin 2019

Savvy early-stage startuppers of every stripe have their sights set on attending TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 2019 on 11-12 December. Why? This showcase event draws the most innovative startups, technologists, founders and investors across Europe and beyond. Registration doesn’t open until June,

Beautystack raises £4M seed to help beauty professionals become financially independent

Beautystack, the London startup that’s creating a beauty professional booking app with heavy focus on social, has quietly picked up £4 million in seed funding led by Index Ventures.

Everyone Has Seen Fireworks, No One Needs Your Photos

Here’s a novel idea for watching the fireworks: use your eyes. See, the Fourth Of July is when we celebrate the birth of our nation by blowing up a small part of it. But when the urge to pull out your camera phone strikes you, instead, leave it in your pocket,

An E-Commerce Site Where You Can Haggle Down The Price

What are American holidays without shopping deals, right? A new kind of site has launched out of Y Combinator just in time for the most American holiday of them all.Founders Andrew Kurland and Joe Marrapodi created their e-commerce negotiation site, Greentoe, out of frustration.

Rovio Owner Backs Teller, A Startup Aiming To Make Email Work Better When You Check It Less Often

If you’re in the U.S.,you’re probably taking a well-deserved break from work and all the accompanying email today for the July 4th holiday. But when you return, your inbox is going to be a nightmare. An unsorted, unfiltered, unorganized mess. A new startup called Teller wants to help with that.

Hadoop伪分布式搭建以及入手小例子——面向纯新手(上) - _Rex

额,刚写了开博之后的第一篇,看看还有点儿时间才开会,今天得再来一发...研究Hadoop不长,开始的时候完全是项目需要,也完全是冲着HBase去的...部门的新产品数据量太大了,第一个客户的MySql几个月就瘫了...瘫了...

传阿里巴巴计划增加IPO发行股数,融资规模或超过200亿美元,将创IPO世界纪录?

之前,路透社报道称,阿里巴巴或将在本周正式向美国证券交易委员会(SEC)提交IPO招股书。不过目前来看,这事儿还得再等几天才能有眉目。

为使城市更清洁 -- 2014五一中国清洁周圆满成功

上海2014年5月23日电 /美通社/ -- 2014年5月,由中国清洁联盟举办,各成员企业参与的“五.一中国清洁周”大型公益活动于近日顺利落幕,活动成果颇丰,取得了圆满成功。

如何理解“桩家”特斯拉?误区、革命性与疑惑

马斯克两天前在特斯拉官方博客贴出或许载入电动车史册的开放专利宣言,全世界迅速传开一场新的“神颠覆”讨论。

java提高篇(二九)-----Vector - chenssy

在java提高篇(二一)—–ArrayList、java提高篇(二二)—LinkedList,详细讲解了ArrayList、linkedList的原理和实现过程,对于List接口这里还介绍一个它的实现类Vector,Vector 类可以实现可增长的对象数组。 一、Vector简介 Vector可以实...

New Software Can Spot Rare Genetic Diseases From Family Photographs

Spotting rare genetic disease is, by definition, a little tricky. But now a team of scientists from the University of Oxford has developed software that can spot such conditions by analyzing family photographs.Read more...

戴尔未来发展重心:云计算、大数据、移动互联与安全

2014年是戴尔公司成立30周年,也是其完成私有化后的第一年。云计算、大数据、移动互联以及安全四个方向将成为戴尔未来发展的重心。

五个风投会在会面后考虑的问题

大部分人都没有意识到,在他们和风投见面之后,他们的想法和他们潜在投资者的想法也许有很大的不同。风险投资人关注的和创业者关注的点有很大的不同。

前景无限? 苹果在印度年收入首破10亿美元

威锋网讯 4 月 8 日消息,根据《印度时报》的报道,苹果在印度的 2014 财年总收入将首次突破 10 亿美元,与 2013 财年相比上涨 42%。按照印度的算法,2014 财年于 3 月31 日结束。

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