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CyanogenMod: 10 million installations

CyanogenMod: 10 million installations | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it

Now there are more than 10 million CyanogenMod installations to celebrate, the year 2013 was for the boys of CyanogenMod to a year to celebrate

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Une base alternative à la version officielle de Google. Cela devrait aller encore plus loin avec Oppo qui l'embarque par défaut ...

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Heetch, Airbnb, UberPOP… Arrêtons de nous voiler la face !

Heetch, Airbnb, UberPOP… Arrêtons de nous voiler la face ! | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
Le procès de la start-up Heetch, qui devait s’ouvrir ce mercredi, a été reporté au mois de décembre. Ce ca
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Bien sûr accompagner plutôt qu'interdire !
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Apple will deactivate Flash by default on Safari 10

Apple will deactivate Flash by default on Safari 10 | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
You know that Maya Angelou quote that says "Never make someone a priority when all you are to them is an option?" If Flash were a person following that tenet
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Flash should be dead for years despite its past glory.
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Captain DC : le robot de surveillance des Data-Centers !

Captain DC : le robot de surveillance des Data-Centers ! | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
Captain DC est un robot de surveillance autonome pour les datacenter développé par Econocom et EOS Innovation permettant une intervention immédiate sur site
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Skynet awakens
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4 Reasons Microsoft Wasted $26.2 Billion To Buy LinkedIn

4 Reasons Microsoft Wasted $26.2 Billion To Buy LinkedIn | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
announced a deal to pay $26.2 billion to acquire business social network, LinkedIn. It fails the four tests of a successful acquisition.While the deal certainly rescues LinkedIn from a huge growth problem that slashed the value of its shares in February, it is unclear how Microsoft will generate a return on that $26 billion investment.Microsoft will pay “$196 per share in an all-cash transaction, including LinkedIn’s net cash, a 49.5% premium to LinkedIn’s closing price on June 10. The offer values LinkedIn about 91 times earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA),” according to Bloomberg.Why would Microsoft do that? CEO Satya Nadella said “the acquisition could drive growth for LinkedIn as well as Microsoft’s Office 365 and Dynamics services,” according to Bloomberg.LinkedIn CEO Jeffrey Weiner — who will stay on as CEO after Microsoft completes the deal — said in a statement, “Just as we have changed the way the world connects to opportunity, this relationship with Microsoft, and the combination of their cloud and LinkedIn’s network, now gives us a chance to also change the way the world works.”I believe this is a flimsy justification for spending $26.2 billion.But to understand why it happened, a good place to start is to look what happened to LinkedIn’s shares after the stock market opened on February 6, 2016.That was the day investors hacked 44% from LinkedIn’s market capitalization.The reason was easy to understand, yet difficult to remedy. LinkedIn lowered its expectations for the year’s growth in revenue (from 35% to 20%) and adjusted earnings (from 41% to 7%) — well below what analysts expected.This slashed a cool $1 billion from the net worth of LinkedIn’s founder, Reid Hoffman, and forced Weiner to ponder important questions that needed to be answered before investors could hope to recoup what they lost.The questions were:Where would faster growth come from?Could it be spurred by improving LinkedIn’s offerings?By selling its current products to new customers, or in new geographies? By inventing new products for its existing customers?By adding entirely new classes of products, or creating a new growth culture?Now that Microsoft is buying LinkedIn, whether or not Weiner can answer these questions will not matter as much as it once did.But the deal still begs the question — Does the Microsoft/LinkedIn deal pass the four tests of a successful acquisition?
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Philippe J DEWOST's curator insight, June 13, 11:43 AM
Interesting contrarian analysis requiring a full read on what remains the boldest move of this month if not this semester.While it values my LinkedIn profile at approx $60, it still does not trigger any need to upgrade to Premium...What I can expect from M$FT however is a better LinkedIn mobile app experience as Redmond had really been impressive on the mobile UX front especially on iOS.Any comments / reactions ?
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Microsoft to acquire LinkedIn - The Fire Hose

Microsoft to acquire LinkedIn - The Fire Hose | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
Microsoft and LinkedIn Corporation on Monday announced they have entered into a definitive agreement under which Microsoft will acquire LinkedIn for $196 per share in [ ...]
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Symantec grabs Blue Coat Systems for $4.65 billion

Symantec grabs Blue Coat Systems for $4.65 billion | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
Symantec announced over night it had purchased Blue Coat Systems for $4.65 billion with the hopes of creating an enterprise security juggernaut. As part of..
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Rendez-vous médicaux: DocPlanner lève 20 millions de dollars et fusionne avec Doctoralia

Rendez-vous médicaux: DocPlanner lève 20 millions de dollars et fusionne avec Doctoralia | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
DocPlanner, plateforme de réservation en ligne de rendez-vous médicaux, vient de boucler un tour de table de 20 millions de dollars (17,6 millions d'euros) en série C mené par Target Global, selon une information rapportée par TechCrunch. Cette nouvelle opération porte le montant total levé par la société depuis sa création à 34 millions de dollars (29,9 millions d'euros). Dans le même temps, la start-up polonaise a annoncé sa fusion avec l’Espagnol Doctoralia. Fondé par Mariusz Gralewski, DocPlanner permet aux internautes de prendre des rendez-vous médicaux en ligne. D’après les chiffres communiqués par l’entreprise, la plateforme est disponible dans 25 pays à travers le monde et revendique plus de 8 millions d’utilisateurs chaque mois. Près de 1,5 million de profils de médecins sont également répertoriés par la start-up polonaise. DocPlanner et Doctoralia face à Doctolib dans l'Hexagone En fusionnant avec Doctoralia, son homologue espagnol, DocPlanner se renforce à l'international. En effet, Doctoralia affirme être implanté dans 20 pays, notamment en Europe, en Asie (Inde), en Amérique du Nord et en Amérique latine (Argentine, Brésil, Chili, Colombie et Pérou). Toutefois, les deux entreprises ne sont pas les seules sur le marché des soins médicaux en ligne. En France, Doctolib est en plein essor depuis son lancement en 2013. La start-up française revendique pas moins de 4 millions de patients par mois et 10 000 médecins utilisant sa plateforme. Dans la lignée de cette dynamique, Doctolib cherche désormais à s’étendre à l’international, notamment en Allemagne. Pour financer cette expansion, la start-up a bouclé un tour de table de 18 millions d’euros en octobre dernier. A l’époque, Stanislas Niox-Chateau, co-fondateur de Doctolib, ambitionnait de se lancer dans 6 pays en l'espace de 18 mois.
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Qosmos et le gouvernement Français, très à l’écoute du Net dès 2009

Qosmos et le gouvernement Français, très à l’écoute du Net dès 2009 | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
Lorsque les enquêteurs se sont penchés sur les activités de Qosmos dans le cadre de poursuites pour une éventuelle complicité de torture en Syrie, ils se sont vus opposer le secret-défense pour qua…
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[Infographie] Les 10 mensonges des entrepreneurs ! | 1001 Startups

[Infographie] Les 10 mensonges des entrepreneurs !  | 1001 Startups | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
Retrouvez les 10 mensonges les plus fréquents des stratups et entrepreneurs !
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Twilio’s new Notify API helps developers reach users across SMS, push notifications and messaging apps

Twilio’s new Notify API helps developers reach users across SMS, push notifications and messaging apps | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
Twilio today announced the launch of a new API that allows developers to orchestrate the push notifications, text messages and chats they want to send to..
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La blockchain décryptée – les clefs d’une révolution

La blockchain décryptée – les clefs d’une révolution | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it

Le premier livre en français entièrement dédié à la blockchain

 

Préface par Joël de Rosnay

Première partie – Comprendre la blockchain en 12 questions
Les réponses aux questions les plus posées sur la blockchain

Deuxième partie – Les applications de la blockchain
Energie, Santé, Assurances, Banques, Luxe, Cloud…

Troisième partie – Penser la blockchain : enjeux sociaux, éthiques, juridiques, politiques
Avec les contributions de Gilles Babinet, Primavera de Filippi, Michel Bauwens…

Quatrième partie – La blockchain vue de l’intérieur : la parole aux acteurs
Avec les interviews de Stephan Tual, Gavin Wood, Philippe Dewost & Nadia Filali


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La Caisse des Dépôts, inspiratrice de l'initiative LaBChain, contribue au travail de pédagogie conduit par Blockchain France aux côtés de spécialistes et d'acteurs engagés.

Précommandes sur http://amzn.to/1TXuKNL

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Le nombre d’utilisateurs d’adbockers explose sur mobile | Presse-Citron

Le nombre d’utilisateurs d’adbockers explose sur mobile | Presse-Citron | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
Le vrai cauchemar des éditeurs n’est peut-être pas Adblock Plus, mais UC Browser, le navigateur mobile d’Alibaba.
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Les créateurs de contenu sont aussi menacés par l'utilisation à outrance de la monétisation ailleurs. Quand on voit la @ratp monétiser son appli, c'est qu'il y a un problème et une mauvaise agence de com derrière. Focus on your main market.
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Le Thread, un protocole pour les dominer tous ?

Le Thread, un protocole pour les dominer tous ? | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
Les objets connectés, les entreprises savent en faire. Problème, il faut les connecter ensemble. Une solution : le protocole de communication Thread.
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La menace du nationalisme numérique

La menace du nationalisme numérique | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
La France ne doit pas rester en marge du mouvement de transformation digitale du monde. Et pour cela, le
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Ultimate AI battle - Apple vs. Google · Simply Statistics

Ultimate AI battle - Apple vs. Google · Simply Statistics | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
Yesterday, Apple launched its Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) and had its public keynote address. While many new things were announced, the one thing that caught my eye was the dramatic expansion of Apple’s use of artificial intelligence (AI) tools. I talked a bit about AI with Hilary Parker on the latest Not So Standard Deviations, particularly in the context of Amazon’s Echo/Alexa, and I think it’s definitely going to be an area of intense competition between the major tech companies.Pretty much every major tech player is involved in AI–Google, Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft–the list goes on. Recently, a some commentators have suggested that Apple in particular will never catch up with the likes of Google with respect to AI because of Apple’s strict stance on privacy and unwillingness to gather/aggregate data from all its users. However, yesterday at WWDC, Apple revealed a few clues about what it was up to in the AI world.First, Apple mentioned deep learning more than a few times, including specifically calling out its use of LSTM in its Messages app and facial recognition in its Photos app. Previously, Apple had been rumored to be applying deep learning to its Siri assistant and its fingerprint sensor. At WWDC, Craig Federighi stressed Apple’s continued focus on privacy and how Apple does not need to develop “user profiles” server-side, but rather does most computation on-device (in this case, on the iPhone).However, it can’t be that Apple does all its deep learning computation on the iPhone. These models tend to be enormous and take advantage of reams of data that can only be reasonablly processed server-side. Unfortunately, because most companies (Apple in particular) release few details about what they do, we may never how this works. But we can definitely speculate!Apple vs. GoogleI think the Apple/Google dichotomy provides an interesting opportunity to talk about how models can be learned using data in different ways. There are two approaches being represented here by Apple and Google:Google way - Collect lots of data from users and store them on a server in the Googleplex somewhere. Then use that data to fit an enormous model that can predict when you’ve taken a picture of a cat. As users generate more data, bring that data back to the Googleplex and update/refine the model.Apple way - Build a “starter model” in the Apple Mothership. As users generate data on their phones, bring the model to the phone and update the model using just their data. Bring the updated model back to the Apple Mothership and leave the user’s data on the phone.
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Philippe J DEWOST's curator insight, June 14, 12:15 PM
For anybody interested in #AI, here is a clear must-read piece detailing the difference in approach between Google and Apple, by using a "Google mean" vs "Apple mean" illustrated metaphor. And here, "mean" is to be understood mathematically, not morally #DontDoEvil ...
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Upgrading Approaches to the Secure Mobile Architectures

Upgrading Approaches to the Secure Mobile Architectures | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
That’s the follow-up to the talk I first gave at #appbuilders16 conference in Zurich, Switzerland.
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Why there will never be an Uber for healthcare

Why there will never be an Uber for healthcare | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
You should walk away from anyone who says there can be an “Uber for healthcare.” It is the equivalent of someone saying they “have a bridge to sell..
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Cozy Cloud lève 4 millions d’euros pour percer dans le cloud personnel

Cozy Cloud lève 4 millions d’euros pour percer dans le cloud personnel | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
Cozy Cloud, outil d’hébergement de données personnelles, vient de boucler un tour de table de 4 millions d’euros auprès de la Maif, via son fonds d’investissement Maif Avenir, et d’Innovacom. C’est la deuxième levée de fonds de la start-up française après celle réalisée en juin 2014 à hauteur de 800 000 euros. Fondée en 2012 par Benjamin André et Frank Rousseau, avant que Tristan Nitot (ex-Mozilla) ne se joigne à l’aventure l’an passé, Cozy Cloud est une solution easy-to-use de cloud personnel. Elle propose une plateforme open source décentralisée sur un serveur personnel installé chez lui ou chez un tiers de confiance (OVH, Online, LWS, Olympe…). De cette manière, elle permet de rassembler l’ensemble des données personnelles d’un individu (agenda, mails, fichiers, comptes bancaires, factures détaillées…) au sein d’un pool data transversal.
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Project Jacquard : Levi's partners up with Google for next gen wearables

Project Jacquard : Levi's partners up with Google for next gen wearables | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
The Levi’s® Brand is the first partner we joined forces with to create and bring interactive Jacquard garments to consumers. Since arriving in the Bay Area during the Gold Rush, Levi's has become a cultural icon known for it's design of fashionable and functional garments. It has built this reputation over the last 150 years by continually designing and creating products that meet a consumer need – from the 1800s when they first crafted jeans for miners to the 2000s when they introduced the Commuter line built for today’s urban cyclist. Now this tradition of innovation is continued with Jacquard.
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Open Whisper Systems partners with Google on end-to-end encryption for Allo

Open Whisper Systems partners with Google on end-to-end encryption for Allo | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
At Open Whisper Systems, our goal is to make private communication simple. The foundation of our technology is Signal Protocol, a modern, open source, strong encryption protocol for asynchronous messaging systems. It is built from the ground up to make seamless end-to-end encrypted messaging possible.
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Compte sans banque : Morning sera-t-il le Number26 français ?

Compte sans banque : Morning sera-t-il le Number26 français ? | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
Trois ans après son lancement, Payname se métamorphose. L’établissement de paiement toulousain va en effet se lancer, en octobre prochain, sur le marché du compte et de la carte de paiement. Pour l’occasion, il change de nom et devient Morning. Son fondateur et CEO, Eric Charpentier, nous dévoile ses ambitions.

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Dashlane launches a password management tool for the enterprise

Dashlane launches a password management tool for the enterprise | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
Keeping your passwords safe, updated, strong and less vulnerable to hacks is a challenge for everyone - even a few of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's online..
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La fibre optique en France, cela avance... lentement, mais surement ! | Presse-Citron

La fibre optique en France, cela avance... lentement, mais surement ! | Presse-Citron | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
La FTTH (Fiber to the Home, ce qui en français signifie Fibre jusqu'à l'abonné) n’a pas encore le vent en poupe, mais elle est en pleine croissance, lente
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Atlassian's CEO on why he doesn't watch his company's share price

Atlassian's CEO on why he doesn't watch his company's share price | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
"If you look at it every day, you're going to drive yourself nuts."
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Martin Vetterli: «Il faut être très attentif à la domination nord-américaine sur le numérique» | L'Hebdo

Martin Vetterli: «Il faut être très attentif à la domination nord-américaine sur le numérique» | L'Hebdo | Mobile, Web & IoT | Scoop.it
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Interview. Le futur président de l’EPFL, Martin Vetterli, regrette que la Suiss
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