Apple iOS 9.3 Beta 3 Reveals Another Handy Feature

February 10, 2016 § Leave a comment

Earlier this week, Apple released iOS 9.3 beta 3 — which contains a feature that was not revealed in the previous betas, according to 9to5Mac. The first beta of iOS 9.3 revealed a new Night Shift mode, smart education upgrades, additional 3D Touch shortcuts and the ability to lock Notes using Touch ID. And a Night Shift toggle was added to the Control Center in the second beta of iOS 9.3. But the third beta of iOS 9.3 includes a feature that is beneficial to Verizon subscribers: Wi-Fi Calling.

Criteo: From Startup To $1 Billion In Revenues

February 10, 2016 § Leave a comment

While the year has been mostly crummy for tech stocks, Criteo (CRTO) has been able to buck the trend. On news of its latest earnings report, the stock price is up a sizzling 20% in early trading. In fact, the company has exceeded $1 billion in revenues for the past year and there continues to be hefty free cash flow generation. Not bad for a company that got its start back in 2005.

Destiny’s ‘Crimson Days’ Event Is A Pointless, Pleasant Diversion

February 10, 2016 § Leave a comment

Yesterday, Bungie launched Destiny’s Crimson Day event at literally the same second that Activision brought the Overwatch beta back. I had to choose between my two most-played games of the last six months, and Overwatch won out, at least temporarily. But I quickly learned that the kind of people who immediately log on to Overwatch the second the beta goes back online are the kind that are able to beat the crap out of me. So I jumped back over to Destiny a few hours later.

Facebook Debuts New Way To Keep You Watching Its Video Ads

February 10, 2016 § Leave a comment

Facebook will offer automatic captioning of videos ads, in an attempt to make the ads more attractive to brand advertisers.

The Godfather of Digital Maps

February 10, 2016 § Leave a comment

Nearly 50 years ago, Jack Dangermond started digital mapping pioneer Esri, and its work made Google Maps and Google Earth possible.

What Needs Has LinkedIn Missed? TalentSky Has Some Ideas

February 10, 2016 § Leave a comment

LinkedIn has hit a rough patch, and that may be creating opportunities for newcomers like TalentSky, which is working with employers to develop a new social network based on professional identity.

How SimpleSite Founder Is Helping Millions Of Micro-Businesses Across The World Get Online

February 10, 2016 § Leave a comment

One of Copenhagen’s most engaging and well known entrepreneurs, Morten Elk’s career began as he helped to launch the internet in his native Denmark – now he is the founder of SimpleSite, a platform helping millions of non-technical entrepreneurs, groups, societies or individuals create a presence online, from the emerging economies of Africa and Central America, to Mr and Mrs Denmark. His story is well worth telling (and hearing), but its where he is headed next that could be most intriguing.


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