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Los Angeles Ranks 6th In Tech Job Pay Survey


Los Angeles ranks number six in a recent survey by Irvine-based recruiting firm CyberCoders. 99,618) and Boston ($99,099). READ MORE>>.

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Tech Zulu Event

This week during SXSW we learned of all sorts of the new startup scenes around the country, even the world.

Crosscut Ventures Raising Second Fund


Los Angeles-based Crosscut Ventures , the early stage, venture capital investment firm run by Rick Smith and Brian Garrett, looks to be kicking off a new fund, according to an SEC filing this week. Details on the fund size were not included in the filing, and the firm has not commented on the filing. READ MORE>>.

Budding Entrepreneurs at CSLA? Yes, Really!

Steve Reich

Tuesday, I had the good fortune to meet a roomful of Mechanical Engineering Master’s students at CSLA, and was throughly impressed.

Givit Overwhelmed By FlipShare Users


San Diego-based Givit , the online video sharing service kicked off by VMIX Thursday, reported last night that it is seeing "temporary delays" due to overwhelming demand for the service. The company said, in a blog post, that the response was "overwhelming" for the service, which caused its services to be a "little slow". READ MORE>>.

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YouMail: Ditch Unwanted Callers Forever


Are you really, really tired of getting calls from that telemarketer, or your ex-boyfriend? Well, you can now permanently make it so they can't call you--if you're using the newest Android app from YouMail. The latest feature to emerge from the firm: permanent call blocking. READ MORE>>. youmail android smartphone mobile caller voicemail

AnyMeeting Launches Instant Meeting Service, AnyMeeting Now


Huntington Beach-based AnyMeeting is trying to make it easier for people to try out its free webconferencing service with a new feature called "AnyMeeting Now". The newly launched feature allows users to instantly start a free web conference session, even without creating an account on the service. READ MORE>>.