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Does being in Silicon Valley still matter in 2014?

Does being in Silicon Valley still matter in 2014? | All Things Startup | Scoop.it
Despite the expensive cost of living, there’s just no where else in the world that can compete with the history and potential of Silicon Valley.

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Wearables startups highlight health of South Korean innovation - PCWorld

Wearables startups highlight health of South Korean innovation - PCWorld | All Things Startup | Scoop.it
Wearables startups highlight health of South Korean innovation PCWorld Creators of health-related wearables including a shoe insole studded with sensors and an environmental monitoring device were among the 88 tech companies participating at the...

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Korean Research Team Succeeds in Localization of Tech to Store Liquid Hydrogen : technology

reddit: the front page of the internet (Korean Research Team Succeeds in Localization of Tech to Store Liquid Hydrogen http://t.co/T9zRljgQwU #startup #tech)...
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Silicon Valley Notables Invest in Korea's Largest Bitcoin Exchange

Silicon Valley Notables Invest in Korea's Largest Bitcoin Exchange | All Things Startup | Scoop.it
South Korea has been one of Bitcoin's quieter markets in terms of media coverage, but that could change now that several prominent Silicon Valley investors have provided seed funding to Korbit, a Korean bitcoin startup.

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Korean Entrepreneurs Getting Attention With Innovative Startups

Korean Entrepreneurs Getting Attention With Innovative Startups | All Things Startup | Scoop.it

South Korea was built by entrepreneurs, but the small businesses they started grew into huge conglomerates that are not always as nimble and innovative as they should be. 


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The bad-ass Silicon Valley VC talks context and lack of innovation in Silicon Valley

Chamath Palihapitiya impressed me last year with his straight-forward no bull approach. Plus he's invested in companies like box.net and AirBnB so he has a g...
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