Tue.Nov 06, 2012

TZ Presents: ‘Nice Guys’ DO Finish First In Business | Fireside Chat With Greg Cargill

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TechZulu is excited to invite you to a fireside chat with Greg Cargill, VP of Client Services and Social Media at BLITZ. Greg will share his experience on how to Successfully Build and Sell an Effective Social Media Marketing Agency. There will be plenty of FREE Pizza & Drinks!

A Look At The Mobile Market With Gumiyo's Shuki Lehavi

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What's the best way to get your small or medium sized business online? And, how do you do that without a huge development budget and time?

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The Customer May Not Always Be Right, But You Had Better Listen Just The Same

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The other day I was sitting in my dentist waiting room, which surprising enough is one of my favorite places. Yes, I do like being there. Conversely I really don’t like being down the hall in one of the torture chambers equipped with a dental chair. But I digress.

3D Robotics Gets $5M

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San Diego-based 3D Robotics , the developer and supplier of parts and technology for personal unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), has raised $5M in funding, from True Ventures and O'Reilly AlphaTech ventures. The firm said Jon Callaghan of True and Bryce Roberts at O'Reilly AlphaTech Ventures have joined the company's board. Chris Anderson, the editor of Wired, recently stepped down from Wired to join the startup full time.

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Dreamhost Joins Linux Foundation

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Los Angeles-based cloud and hosting provider Dreamhost has joined the Linux Foundation, the group which supports the Linux operating system, the Foundation said Monday. Dreamhost was one of a number of companies to join the nonprofit, which helps to support the growth of Linux. Deramhost offers up shared hosting, dedicated server hosting, cloud computing, cloud storage, domain name registration, and other services. READ MORE>>. dreamhost linux foundation nonprofit hosting

Kurion Targets Hanford Cleanup Site

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Irvine-based Kurion , the developer of nuclear waste remediation technology, is eyeing a new challenge: cleaning up the notorious Hanford nuclear weapons site, according to a report today from the Wall Street Journal. Kurion, which saw its first deployment of its technology at the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan immediately after the Japanese tsunami, apparently is hoping to seal a deal to help clean up the mess at Hanford.

DTS Powers Acer Smartphones

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Calabasas-based DTS , the developer and provider of audio processing technology, reported today that its technology has been integrated into new smartphones from Acer. The firm said its DTS Sound technology is being used in Acer's new E350 and Z110 smartphones. Financial impact of the win was not disclosed. READ MORE>>. smartphone acer surround sound audio

Payoff.com Adds Resnick To Board

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Payoff.com , the online service which is using gamification to help consumers pay off credit cards and save for goals, said Monday that Pandemic Studios co-founder Josh Resnick has joined the company's board of directors. The Los Angeles company, which is run by Scott Saunders, said that Resnick is one of the company's seed investors. Resnick co-founded and was President of Pandemic Studios, which was sold to Electronic ARts for $860M. He also previously served at Activision.