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TradeGecko Snags $6.5M Series A To Help Businesses Wrangle Inventory

TradeGecko, a software-as-a-service startup that lets business owners manage inventory and orders without resorting to spreadsheets or enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, has raised a $6.5 million series A round. Read More

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‘Great Cannon’ Is China’s New Weapon That Shoots Down Internet Sites – TechCrunch

TechCrunch'Great Cannon' Is China's New Weapon That Shoots Down Internet SitesTechCrunchChina is widely suspected to be behind the recent attacks on Github and internet freedom group Great Fire. Now we have the most concrete evidence that indeed it was, and it looks like it did so using a new weapon to boot. That's according to a report from ...China Adds “Great Cannon” To Censorship Arsenal “Great Firewall of China”Pioneer NewsHackers! 'Great Cannon' Is China's New Weapon That Shoots Down Internet ...Observer ChronicleChina deploys new weapon for online censorshipThe CurrentChinatopix -The Japan Timesall 96 news articles »

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What You Missed At NVIDIA GTC15!

You may binge-watch “Mad Men,” but have you ever binge-watched presentations on graphical CAD, CAM, BIM or MRI applications? Well, today is your lucky day. Whether you made it to San Jose for the NVIDIA Graphical Technology Conference or not, you may have missed some of the great sessions that were presented there. Fortunately for us, NVIDIA has posted the session recordings and slides for…

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CoreOS Raises $12M Funding Round Led By Google Ventures To Bring Kubernetes To The Enterprise

CoreOS, a Docker-centric Linux distribution for large-scale server deployments, today announced that it has raised a $12 million funding round led by Google Ventures with participation by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Fuel Capital and Accel Partners. This new round brings the company’s total funding to $20 million. In addition, CoreOS is also launching Tectonic today. This new… Read More

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IBM And Apple Release Eight More Enterprise Apps For Healthcare, Airlines And More

Apple and IBM’s partnership that has the companies working together to produce enterprise-friendly apps has expanded yet again with the addition of eight more apps designed for iOS devices, including the iPhone and iPad, bringing the total number of MobileFirst apps up to now 22. The new apps are focused on the healthcare and industrial products industries, following prior announcements… Read More

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