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Robert Scoble - Google+ - Today 24 new companies will be born at +Dave McClure's 500…

Robert Scoble - Google+ - Today 24 new companies will be born at +Dave McClure's 500… | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
Today 24 new companies will be born at +Dave McClure's 500 Startups (one of Silicon Valley's top startup incubators) during its demo day.
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A $2 Billion Chip to Accelerate Artificial Intelligence

A $2 Billion Chip to Accelerate Artificial Intelligence | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
A new chip design from Nvidia will allow machine-learning researchers to marshal larger collections of simulated neurons.
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Facebook played the shift to mobile perfectly, and it's still reaping the rewards

Facebook played the shift to mobile perfectly, and it's still reaping the rewards | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
All of Facebook's growth since its IPO came from mobile advertising.
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Goldman Sachs launches GS Bank, an Internet bank with a $1 minimum deposit

Goldman Sachs launches GS Bank, an Internet bank with a $1 minimum deposit | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
Goldman Sachs has traditionally functioned like a run-of-the-mill investment bank. Minimums to open an account were in the range of $10 million, and returns..
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There’s a Bus With Wi-Fi That Will Take You From L.A. to SF While You Sleep for $48

There’s a Bus With Wi-Fi That Will Take You From L.A. to SF While You Sleep for $48 | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
Thanks to a new startup, sleepy drivers can be snoozing while a designated driver gets them safely to their destination overnight. The … Continue reading →
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Robot Abuses Google’s Smart Textiles to See How Much They Can Take

Robot Abuses Google’s Smart Textiles to See How Much They Can Take | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
Google’s Project Jacquard employs a robot to help figure out how well its smart textiles will work over time.
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America’s Secret Weapon

America’s Secret Weapon | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
This presidential election has the country captivated. As many commentators have pointed out, the primaries are more focused on personalities than policy. While the parties focus on who is going to
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Silicon Valley’s Legendary ‘Coach’ Bill Campbell Has Died

Silicon Valley’s Legendary ‘Coach’ Bill Campbell Has Died | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
The executive was the go-to CEO whisperer to many tech legends.
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Tesla is about to abandon one of Elon Musk's key business practices

Tesla is about to abandon one of Elon Musk's key business practices | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
He's always tried to control demand.
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The online universe belongs to Facebook and Google — the rest of us are just living in it

The online universe belongs to Facebook and Google — the rest of us are just living in it | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
According to a recent Parse.ly study, Facebook and Google each drive about 40% of traffic to publishers. No other source is close.
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Verizon To Charge Customers For Suspending A Line Voluntarily

Verizon To Charge Customers For Suspending A Line Voluntarily | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
It appears that the largest carrier in the United States isn’t quite done with slapping extra fees on customers. A new leak suggest
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Here's how much money tech companies have stashed overseas

Here's how much money tech companies have stashed overseas | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
This chart shows how much money major US tech companies have overseas, and how many subsidiaries they have set up in countries that Oxfam defines a
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Facebook bets on social virtual reality

Facebook bets on social virtual reality | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
On Wednesday, Facebook and Oculus executives showcased the future of virtual reality at the company's annual developers conference.
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The Future of Emoji — The Startup — Medium

The Future of Emoji - The Startup - Medium
Imagine, in the not-too-distant-future, kicking back on your sofa and enjoying a relaxing evening in your smart home.
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Biotech Dumb Money Looks Smart in $6 Billion Stemcentrx Sale

Biotech Dumb Money Looks Smart in $6 Billion Stemcentrx Sale | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
AbbVie’s purchase of the cancer fighting startup backed by Peter Thiel’s Founders Fund bodes well for biotech funding.
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A startup owned by Google is about to be scrutinised for processing NHS patient data

A startup owned by Google is about to be scrutinised for processing NHS patient data | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
DeepMind will see its healthcare work reviewed four times a year.
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iPhone Share of Smartphone Market Inches Upward - eMarketer

iPhone Share of Smartphone Market Inches Upward - eMarketer | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
In the US and UK, iPhone audiences are growing
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Microsoft cloud growth slowed this quarter, but no cause for panic yet

Microsoft cloud growth slowed this quarter, but no cause for panic yet | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
In yesterday's earnings report, Microsoft noted that the company was at a $10 billion annualized "run rate" for its cloud businesses.
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How VR Can Revolutionize Home Building

How VR Can Revolutionize Home Building | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
ICE 3D architectural design software allows clients to explore construction projects virtually
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The Apple Car is reportedly being developed in a secret Berlin lab

The Apple Car is reportedly being developed in a secret Berlin lab | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
The car could be built and assembled in Austria.
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How to Make Sense of Digital Video Content Opportunities - eMarketer

How to Make Sense of Digital Video Content Opportunities - eMarketer | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
While spending on TV is decreasing, it’s still a major expenditure for brands
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5 Things You Need to Know about Facebook’s Next 10 Years

5 Things You Need to Know about Facebook’s Next 10 Years | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
At Facebook’s annual developer conference this week, CEO Mark Zuckerberg outlined audacious goals for the social network’s next decade.
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Google’s Skunkworks Loses Its Leader to Facebook—and Has Yet to Produce Any Hits

Google’s Skunkworks Loses Its Leader to Facebook—and Has Yet to Produce Any Hits | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
Google’s “pirate” research group is now leaderless, and none of the projects it has birthed have caught on at scale.
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Oracle commits to spend $200 million to bolster computer science education

Oracle commits to spend $200 million to bolster computer science education | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
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IBM continues Silicon Valley downsizing by shrinking San Jose workforce - San Francisco Business Times

IBM continues Silicon Valley downsizing by shrinking San Jose workforce - San Francisco Business Times | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
According to a letter from the company to the state's Economic Development Department, the last day of work for the employees "is expected to be no earlier than May 31."
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Companies are in a tech spending slump

Companies are in a tech spending slump | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
Gartner research shows spending is flat to down in most sectors, but the firm predicts a slow recovery through 2020
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Emotional Advertising: How Brands Use Feelings to Get People to Buy

Emotional Advertising: How Brands Use Feelings to Get People to Buy | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
Learn how brands use the four core human emotions in advertising to influence buying behavior.
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rodrick rajive lal's curator insight, April 12, 5:41 PM
We have all heard of Propaganda Techniques, advertising is all about touching emotions in a big way! Brands use feelings and emotions to get people to buy products even when they don't need them! Brand loyalty depends to a great deal on emotive attachments. Baby products for one thing exploit maternal feelings to a great deal, whether it is diapers, or clothes!
Nicole Copeland's curator insight, April 15, 3:25 PM
Isn't it the same for learning? Don't we "buy in" when we feel that emotional or personal connection to the information? We may want to take a lesson from the best marketers who somehow know exactly how to get us to buy what they are selling.