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Branch pairs up with TUNE to create a supersized marketing and measurement platform

Posted on: September 13, 2018, in Blog

Branch announced today that it has acquired TUNE‘s attribution analytics team and business, a part of the SaaS platform that focuses on optimizing and accurately attributing ad spend. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. TUNE, a Seattle-based startup founded in 2009, helps ad platforms tie marketing investments to measurable outcomes. Backed by Android co-founder […]

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Twitter brings Bookmarks to the web with a new design, now in testing

Posted on: September 13, 2018, in Blog

Twitter is testing a new experience for web users, the company announced in a tweet on Thursday. A small number of Twitter users will see the updated version of Twitter for web, which will include access to Twitter’s Bookmarks feature, and scrolling through Twitter’s Explore section, the tweet said and a spokesperson confirmed. However, Business […]

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What you need to know ahead of the EU copyright vote

Posted on: September 12, 2018, in Blog

European Union lawmakers are facing a major vote on digital copyright reform proposals on Wednesday — a process that has set the Internet’s hair fully on fire. Here’s a run down of the issues and what’s at stake… Article 13 The most controversial component of the proposals concerns user-generated content platforms such as YouTube, and […]

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Google adds a bunch of rugged devices to its Android Enterprise Recommended program

Posted on: September 12, 2018, in Blog

Rugged smartphones, the kind of devices that business can give to their employees who work in harsh environments, are a bit of a specialty market. Few consumers, after all, choose their smartphones based on how well they survive six-foot drops. But there is definitely a market there, and IDC currently expects that the market for […]

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Firefox will soon start blocking trackers by default

Posted on: September 11, 2018, in Blog

Mozilla today announced that its Firefox browser will soon by default automatically block all attempts at cross-site tracking. There are three parts to this strategy. Starting with version 63, which is currently in testing in the browser’s nightly release channel, Firefox will block all slow-loading trackers (with ads being the biggest offender here). Those are […]

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Stealthy wants to become the WeChat of blockchain apps

Posted on: September 11, 2018, in Blog

Meet Stealthy a new messaging app that leverages Blockstack’s decentralized application platform to build a messaging app. The company is participating in TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield at Disrupt SF and launching its app on iOS and Android today. On the surface, Stealthy works like many messaging apps out there. But it gets interesting once you start […]

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Mixmax launches IFTTT-like rules to help you manage your inbox

Posted on: September 7, 2018, in Blog

Mixmax, a service that aims to make email and other outbound communications more usable and effective, today announced the official launch of its new IFTTT-like rules for automating many of the most repetitive aspects of your daily email workflow. On the one hand, this new feature is a bit like your standard email filter on […]

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Wikimedia warns EU copyright reform threatens the vibrant free web

Posted on: September 6, 2018, in Blog

The Wikimedia Foundation has sounded a stark warning against a copyright reform proposal in Europe that’s due to be voted on by the European Parliament next week. (With the mild irony that it’s done so with a blog post on the commercial Medium platform.) In the post, also emailed to TechCrunch, María Sefidari Huici, chair […]

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Learn about dismantling algorithmic bias at Disrupt

Posted on: September 6, 2018, in Blog

When Netflix recommends you watch “Everything Sucks” after you’ve finished “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” an algorithm decided that would be the next logical thing for you to watch. And when Google shows you one search result ahead of another, an algorithm made a decision that one page was more important than the other. Oh, and when […]

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Dropbox drops some enhancements to Paper collaboration layer

Posted on: September 5, 2018, in Blog

When you’re primarily a storage company with enterprise aspirations, as Dropbox is, you need a layer to to help people use the content in your system beyond simple file sharing. That’s why Dropbox created Paper, to act as that missing collaboration layer. They announced some enhancements to Paper to keep people working in their collaboration […]

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