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Google is creating its own first-party game studio

Posted on: March 29, 2019, in Blog

Google unveiled its cloud gaming platform, Stadia, at a conference in San Francisco. While most of the conference showcased well-known games you can play on your PC, Xbox One or PlayStation 4, the company also announced it is launching its own first-party game studio, Stadia Games and Entertainment. Jade Raymond is going to head the […]

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Heres how youll access Googles Stadia cloud gaming service

Posted on: March 28, 2019, in Blog

Google isn’t launching a gaming console. The company is launching a service instead: Stadia. You’ll be able to run a game on a server and stream the video feed to your device. You won’t need to buy new hardware to access Stadia, but Stadia won’t be available on all devices from day one. “With Google, […]

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Teams, Microsofts Slack competitor, says its signed up over 500k organizations, adds whiteboard and live events support

Posted on: March 28, 2019, in Blog

Microsoft Teams, the collaboration platform that Microsoft built to complement its Office 365 suite of productivity apps for workers — which also ensures a way of keeping those workers staying within its own ecosystem — is hitting a milestone on its second birthday. Today, the company announced that over 500,000 organizations are now using Teams. […]

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Media fragmentation is annoying consumers

Posted on: March 27, 2019, in Blog

Deloitte’s Technology, Media and Telecommunications division published its 13th-annual Digital Media Trends survey, focused on identifying changes in the ways US consumers engage with various types of media. Led by an independent research firm, the survey had roughly 2,000 consumer respondents across demographics – with the report categorizing respondents based on age (Gen-Z: ages 14-21, […]

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Twitter cracks down on API abuse, will charge B2B devs

Posted on: March 27, 2019, in Blog

To prevent its own Cambridge Analytica moment and make sure it’s getting paid for its data, Twitter will audit developers using its APIs. Starting June 19th, Twitter will require developers of any app that calls recent tweets from or mentions a user more than 100,000 times per day to submit their app for review. If […]

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Meet eFounders next batch of startups that want to redefine the future of work

Posted on: March 26, 2019, in Blog

European startup studio eFounders has been relentlessly building new startups over the past few years. In 2019, the company plans to launch Bonjour, a demo tool for sales teams; Chilli, a recommendation service to help small and medium companies leverage modern software-as-a-service products; and Swan, a banking API to generate banking services on demand. If […]

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Email app Spark adds delegation feature for teams

Posted on: March 26, 2019, in Blog

Email app Spark added collaboration features back in May 2018. And Readdle, the company behind the app, is going one step further with a new feature specifically designed to delegate an email to one of your colleagues. While you can already collaborate with your team by sharing emails in Spark, the app is still not […]

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Ceros raises $14M for its interactive content platform

Posted on: March 25, 2019, in Blog

Ceros allows marketers to create animated, interactive content — but don’t call it a content marketing company. “We think content is just a dry, bland, over-leveraged, oversaturated space,” said founder and CEO Simon Berg. “The goal is not to hack the system, the goal is to make a great experience for your customers.” That’s why he […]

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Flickr says all Creative Commons photos are protected from deletion, not just past uploads

Posted on: March 23, 2019, in Blog

Flickr announced today that all Creative Commons images will remain protected on its site – including those uploaded in the past and those that will be added in the future. The news follows Flickr’s November 2018 announcement where it had stated it wouldn’t delete Creative Commons photos already on its service, after switching over to […]

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YC-backed Aura Vision analyzes video footage to provide new data to retailers

Posted on: March 22, 2019, in Blog

Aura Vision, which is part of the current batch of startups at Y Combinator, helps retailers understand who’s visiting their stores and what they’re doing there. In other words, if you want to see the demographics of who’s visiting the store, or which displays and products are actually prompting customers to linger, or how long […]

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