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CrowdStrike Raises $100M From Google, Others

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Irvine-based CrowdStrike , the developer of security software led by George Kurtz, said this morning that it has raised $100M in a Series C financing round, which was led by Google Capital, and also included Rackspace, Accel, and Warburg Pincus. The company says it has now raised $156M in funding for its software. READ MORE>>.

Esri Rolls Out Replacement For Google Earth Enterprise

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Redlands-based GIS and mapping software developer Esri has launched a new product, which takes aim at enterprise users of Google Earth. esri google earth enterprise mapping visualizationREAD MORE>>.

X1 Loses Competitor: Google

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Google's service shuts down on September 14th. Google shut down a long list of projects late Friday. READ MORE>>.

Diving Into Google Drive

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Google Drive is a cloud-service for files that offers 5GB of space to use however you wish right out of the gate for free. It’s fast.

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Nik Software Acquired By Google

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San Diego-based Nik Software , the developer of a popular set of photo filters and plug-ins for photo editing, has been acquired by Google. Nik Software has its corporate headquarters in San Diego, and also has operations in Germany. software google merger acquisition photo filter adobe photoshop photography plugin

Google Ramps Hiring In Irvine

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Search engine giant Google appears to be ramping its hiring efforts in Irvine, according to representatives of the company. READ MORE>>.

reqallable's Software Lets Google Glass Users Read, Handle Email Automatically

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reQall , the developer of smart applications for Google Glass--founded by former Apple executive Rao Machiraju--has released reqallable, its application for Google Glass which automatically handles email and text messages for users. reqall reqallable context aware email google glass apple mchiraju READ MORE>>.

Google Shuts Urchin, Other Services

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Internet giant Google said Friday that it will be shutting down web analytics service Urchin , the onetime San Diego startup which had been acquired by Google in April of 2005. urchin google shutdown picnikUrchin was founded by Paul Muret and Scott Crosby in 1995. READ MORE>>.

PeerStreet, Co-founded By Google Exec, Launches Real Estate Loan Marketplace

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The company says that Crosby is the founder of Google Analytics; he had been a co-founder of Urchin Software in San Diego, which eventually became Google Analytics after its acquisition in April of 2005. peerstreet real estate loan marketplace urchin google analyticsREAD MORE>>.

The Next 5 Years: Possible Trends in Business Software

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During the past twenty five years, software programs utilized by business underwent tremendous changes. Enhanced Platform Mobility.

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Sonos Updates Software

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According to Sonos, the updates include visual indications when users have shuffled their playlists; ability to connect into Google Play Music's curated radio stations; and updates to TuneIn, which streams traditional radio stations from across the globe. sonos music streaming hardware electronics software update google tuneine

Drew Baumann | Fullscreen BEAM, Google Glass, and Future Tech

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How hard was it to work on the Google Glass? Google Glass is an easy and convenient way in shooting a first-person video. 

Why Google Fiber? Moat-widening Endeavor & Future of Computing.

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In twenty years, Fiber will be one of Google’s most valuable assets. Google’s vision is the most ambitious of its peers. Value Chain.

Rubicon Project Rolls Google AMP Compliant Ad Software

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Los Angeles-based Rubicon Project is making it easier for publishers to publish Google AMP compliant webpages, saying its FastLane header bidding solution is now accepted by Google for its mobile web project. Google AMP is a strict set of guidelines, issued by Google, which optimizes web pages for mobile browsing.

Google's AdSense, Developed In LA, Earned More than $7 Billion Last Year

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One of Southern California''s most successful--and unheralded--inventions for the Internet world earned online publishers more than $7 billion alone last year, Google said this morning. Google said that last year, alone, publishers earned more than $7 billion from AdSense ads. READ MORE>>.

A Look at Google’s New Network Security Tool

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Google touted this characteristic when it first announced the tool, and it’s easy to see why.

TP-LINK Behind New Google Wi-Fi Router

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The router also features automatic software and security updates and more. The two said the router starts pre-orders today for $199.99.

Understanding Changes in the Software & Venture Capital Industries

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million in team costs to code, launch, manage, market & sell our software. Open-Source Software & Horizontal Computing. Rewind.

Viddy hits Google Play today

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Viddy can be downloaded for free from Google Play and is available in 16 languages.

Nimble Hits Google Chrome App Store

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Santa Monica-based Nimble , the developer of cloud-based, contact management software which is headed by Goldmine founder Jon Ferrara, has extended the distribution of it service this morning with a new Google Chrome web application. nimble google chrom store softwareREAD MORE>>.

How Google's Old Offices Are Becoming A Tech Hub, with ROC's Walter Grieves

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Digital content is the software of Los Angeles. walter grieves google technology silicon beach startup realestateThanks! READ MORE>>.

Google's PageSpeed Exits Beta

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Nimble Hits Google Apps Marketplace

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Los Angeles-based Nimble , the contact management and tracking software firm headed by former Goldmine founder Jon Ferrara, has rolled out in the Google Apps Marketplace. Nimble develops software which allows users to track their interaction with contacts, including emails, social networking contacts, and more. READ MORE>>.

YouTube Introduces its Own App for iPhone and iPod touch | Google Adds Editing to the iOS Drive App

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It also allows you to share on Google+, Facebook or text message in the app, as well as to Twitter and email. Now Available on the App Store.

Google Cleaning Out Their Closets

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Google has from late last year embarked on an in-house cleaning project. Another service facing the axe is Google Talk Chatback.

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Nimble Gets $1M From Google, Mark Cuban

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Santa Monica-based Nimble , the developer of online, contact and relationship management software headed by Jon Ferrara, the former founder of Goldmine, said last night that it has raised $1M in a seed funding round. The round was led by Google Ventures and Mark Cuban. READ MORE>>.

Two Months With The Android Wear

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Like anything for the first generation or two of a Google product, you are basically paying them to be a beta tester. The Pros. Pretty cool.

Nimble Updates Contact Management Software

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Santa Monica-based Nimble , the developer of a software-as-a-service, contact management service which is headed by former Goldmine founder Jon Ferrara, said this morning that it has debuted a new version of its service. Nimble has the backing of such investors as Google Ventures and Mark Cuban, among others. READ MORE>>.

The Future of Human-Robot Interaction

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How will humans and machines work together in the future? What are the risks and ethics around AI systems? Alaoui: Both.

RightSignature Integrates With Google Drive

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Santa Barbara-based RightSignature , the provider of online electronic signature software headed by Daryl Bernstein, reported yesterday that it has integrated with Google Drive, Google's file storage and collaboration software. rightsignature google drive saas software electronic signature esignature cloud storage

I’ve Got A Golden Ticket! | Inbox by Gmail

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Yes, also available on both Google Play and the iOS store). Smart move, Google.  I’ve got a golden ticket!

Google Buys Motorola Mobility For $12.5 Billion

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Search engine giant Google said this morning that it has acquired Motorola Mobility , to bolster its Android efforts. READ MORE>>.

How to Choose a Smart Home Hub (+ Infographic)

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Additionally, a hub provides unifying software (usually an app for a smartphone) through which you can control all those devices.

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Koupon Kitty Launches Coupon Code Software

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A new, online coupon software "bookmarklet" called Koupon Kitty --backed by Juvo Capital, the investment firm of Talmadge O'Neill and Harry Tsao--said it launched Wednesday, to help consumers find the best coupon codes for various e-commerce sites. koupon kitty bookmarklet browser software savings deals coupons code couponREAD MORE>>.

6 Top Trends For The Digital World In 2016

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Efforts of product integration between online softwares are set to continue. The global online audience currently stands at some 3.2

The Guy Who Took on Google (and now LinkedIn): Mike Yavonditte

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Why AltaVista Failed To Become as Successful as Google. How Quigo Went Head-to-Head With Google. Love it. Thank you, John. were doing.

Stained Glass Labs Patners With Exitround, Unveils App Directory for Google Glass

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The post Stained Glass Labs Patners With Exitround, Unveils App Directory for Google Glass appeared first on TechZulu. Over 100 Applications.

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Wearable Smart Devices | Ushering in the Future of Smart Technology

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Google Glass. Google Glass is one of the most famous examples of wearable Tech. Oculus Rift. Smart Clothing. Bands and Wearable Monitors.

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Google For Icons | IconFinder Providing The Best for Developers and Designers

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It’s basically Google for icons. Can you briefly describe IconFinder.com? What were you doing before IconFinder?

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The Radical Evolution of Mobile Apps

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Google followed immediately and introduced Android. Photo courtesy of James Theophane via Flickr. We all want to make things easier.