Archive for February, 2013


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WASHINGTON (AP) — Automatic spending cuts could force some of the nation’s busiest airports to close runways, causing widespread flight delays and cancellations, the union representing air traffic controllers said Wednesday.

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The bSafe ‘panic alarm’ app and service on iOS and Android by the startup called Bipper launched into the U.S. mid last year.
It’s been successful in Europe and has been positioned for a big push in the U.S.

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Groupon has just put out its Q4 and full-year results.

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So the concept of big data sounds like a great idea — there are vast stores of information out there just waiting to be used, and we just need something to process it all.

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Toronto-based startup AppHero launched version 2.0 of its service today, with a brand new interface and big behind-the-scenes changes to how it offers up recommendations to users.

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America’s esteemed lawmakers want heavy penalties for those who abuse the patent system.

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When we last caught up with Getable, the startup formerly known as Rentcycle, it was announcing that Netflix co-founder Marc Randolph was joining Collaborative Fund founder Craig Shapiro and OpenTable founder Chuck Templeton on its board of…

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SXSW is a week away and we were having an internal pow-wow about whether there would be any breakouts this year.
A collective “Meh” arose. No one could think of anything. HIGHLIGHT? GOOGLE GLASS?
Are we jaded?

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Twenty years ago, you discovered music on the FM dial. End of story. Now there’s an uncharted frontier of outlaw torrents, renegade bloggers, on-demand gold miners, and fur-trapping radios.

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Mobile video startup Viddy* is launching a new iOS app, which it hopes will help users create and discover more interesting videos. To do so, it’s doubling the length that videos can be, and giving users more tools to spruce them up.

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