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Pulse Mining Uses Tableau To Future Proof Its Legacy ERP

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One of the difficulties that legacy vendors have when competing in a world awash with cloud solutions is the impediments that their fundamental architecture create. A legacy solution that isn't built with application programming interfaces (APIs) not only makes it hard for third-party vendors to integrate solutions into the core [...]

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Eat Whole Grains For A Long Life, New Study Says

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Grains -- in their rawest form -- are linked to a longer life.

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Leap Motion Is Bringing Hand Tracking To The OSVR Headset In May

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OSVR faceplate with Leap Motion side The open-source OSVR virtual reality headset is getting one of its first peripherals in the form of an optional faceplate that brings hand tracking to virtual reality projects via an embedded camera.

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London’s Tech Hiring Boom Attracts Hired, JobBox And Other Startups To The Fray

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jobbox What is it with tech jobs in London (and, lately, the rest of the UK)? Well, ask a silly question, right? Because the city and the country is going through a tech boom right now and when that happens tech startups in the recruitment space scramble to join the fray, especially in the UK capital.

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Drinking And Driving? Not In The Car Of The Future

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What if you got into your car after having a few drinks at a bar--and it wouldn't start? The technology is only a few years away from public availability, and it could save thousands of lives, according to a new study.

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Indiegogo Darling Canary Hits Best Buy For $249

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Canary Product Line Canary, the all-in-one smart home monitoring system that launched on Indiegogo in summer of 2013, is today available in retail locations for the first time. This is a relatively big deal considering just how few crowd-funded hardware products ever make it out of the lab and into a retail location.

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Mac Calendar App Fantastical Gets An Upgrade, And A Bigger Price Tag

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Week View Fantastical, one of the more popular calendaring applications designed for Apple users on iOS and Mac, has this morning rolled out its long-anticipated upgrade to its Mac app with the release of Fantastical 2.

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August Raises $38 Million To Expand Smart Lock Retail Availability

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August Lock and App Smart Lock purveyor August has raised another $38 million in funding, bringing the company’s tally up to $50 million, the company’s co-founder Jason Johnson told TechCrunch. August’s Smart Lock attempts to reinvent the front door and rid the world of physical keys by relegating that duty to a smartphone.

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Twitter’s Promoted Tweets Can Now Run On Other Websites And Apps

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twitter nyse ipo Twitter is expanding the potential audience for its Promoted Tweet ad campaigns by syndicating them to other services, starting with Flipboard and Yahoo Japan. In a blog post about the new ad capabilities, the company notes that tweets can already “flow from Twitter to other mediums seamlessly” — so why not do the same for Twitter’s ads?

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China Now Has 557M Mobile Internet Users, Claims The Government

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China Shutterstock The China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC), a government organization, has released its latest report on Internet usage (link via Google Translate). It claims mobile Internet users reached 557 million as of December 2014, a growth of 11.4 percent from the year before.

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