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Adobe announces deeper data sharing partnership with Microsoft around accounts

Posted on: April 21, 2019, in Blog

Microsoft and Adobe have been building a relationship for some time, and today at Adobe Summit in Las Vegas the two companies announced a deeper integration between the two platforms. It involves sharing Marketo data, the company that Adobe acquired last September for $4.75 billion. Because it’s marketers, they were duty-bound to give it a […]

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Twitter introduces a battery-saving Lights Out dark-mode option

Posted on: April 21, 2019, in Blog

As promised back in January by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, the company today is rolling out an even darker version of the app’s existing dark mode. Before, Twitter’s dark theme was more of a blue-ish shade instead of a true black, which not everyone seemed to like. Now, there’s an optional setting that makes the […]

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EC Weekly: Gaming, crypto, shipping and the multiple future strategies of tech

Posted on: April 20, 2019, in Blog

Niantic EC-1 Bryce Durbin / TechCrunch Game streaming is quickly becoming one of the most important strategic arenas for owning users, with offerings from all major tech and gaming companies. Devin Coldewey provided a comprehensive strategic overview of the stakes involved this week, and why so much money is being poured into a technology that […]

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Remote workers and nomads represent the next tech hub

Posted on: April 20, 2019, in Blog

Amid calls for a dozen different global cities to replace Silicon Valley — Austin, Beijing, London, New York — nobody has yet nominated “nowhere.” But it’s now a possibility. There are two trends to unpack here. The first is startups that are fully, or almost fully, remote, with employees distributed around the world. There’s a […]

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How a Google side project evolved into a $4B company

Posted on: April 19, 2019, in Blog

How did Niantic happen? How did the company behind Pokémon GO and (soon) Harry Potter: Wizards Unite come to be? When anyone talks about Niantic, they generally mention that it’s “a Google spinout” and move on. As if that’s something that just happens every day. That dozens of people within a massive company come together, […]

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Earn a free ticket to TC Sessions: Mobility 2019 with SocialLadder

Posted on: April 12, 2019, in Blog

Mobility is an expansive topic that includes drones, dockless scooters and autonomous cars — both terrestrial and aeronautic — plus all the ancillary tech required to get the job done. If Henry Ford and the Wright brothers were alive today, you can bet they’d be headed to TC Sessions: Mobility on July 10 in San […]

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Facebook launches searchable transparency library of all active ads

Posted on: April 12, 2019, in Blog

Now you can search Facebook for how much Trump has spent on ads in the past year, which Pages’ ads reference immigration or what a Page’s previous names were. It’s all part of Facebook’s new Ad Library launching today that makes good on its promise to increase transparency after the social network’s ads were used […]

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ServiceNow teams with Workplace by Facebook on service chatbot

Posted on: April 11, 2019, in Blog

One of the great things about enterprise chat applications, beyond giving employees a common channel to communicate, is the ability to integrate with other enterprise applications. Today, Workplace, Facebook’s enterprise collaboration and communication application, and ServiceNow announced a new chatbot to make it easier for employees to navigate a company’s help desks inside Workplace Chat. […]

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Startup branding: how much does it really cost?

Posted on: April 11, 2019, in Blog

Editor’s note:nominate a talented brand designer you’ve worked withA brand is far more than logos and colors. A not only communicates your company’s purpose and values to customers, but it also shapes . A branding project can help you figure out what and how to communicate your company’s story, but how much does it cost? […]

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Scaleway refreshes entry-level cloud instances

Posted on: April 10, 2019, in Blog

Cloud-hosting company Scaleway is upgrading its entry-level instances today. These instances are now all equipped with DDR4 ECC RAM, NVMe SSD storage and AMD EPYC CPUs. As INpact Hardware noted, the company is betting on AMD across the board. The cheapest instance now costs €2.99 per month ($3.38). For that price, you get 2 CPU […]

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