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Now In Search Of Its Second Cohort, AcceleratorHK Wants To Boost Hong Kong's Nascent Startup Sceneview story

http://techcrunch.com – Hong Kong’s startup scene is still in its infancy, but the founders of AcceleratorHK, the city’s first accelerator program, have high hopes that it will become one of Asia’s leading tech hubs. AcceleratorHK, which is sponsored by Telerik, is now seeking the second batch of startups from within and outside of Hong Kong for its fourteen week incubator AcceleratorHK. (IT news)

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The Other Silicon Valley That The Tech Industry Is Leaving Behind [Video]view story

http://techcrunch.com – On Friday, veteran journalist Bill Moyers did a segment on Silicon Valley that gives a very different perspective than we get from most mainstream media coverage of the world-renowned tech industry hub, and it’s been fueling some good conversations this weekend. Called “Homeless in High Tech’s Shadow,” it’s a very interesting look at the growing homeless problem in t (IT news)

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Linux Mint Debian 201303 released!view story

http://blog.linuxmint.com – The team is proud to announce the release of LMDE 201303. Screenshots LMDE 201303 Cinnamon Edition LMDE 201303 MATE Edition Highlights Update Pack 6 MATE 1.4 Cinnamon 1.6 Installer improvements (graphical timezone and keyboard selection, support for installation on multiple HDD, slideshow, webcam and face picture support) Device Driver Manager Plymouth splash screen If you’re new to LMDE, welc (Distributions)

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Kleiner Perkins' Bing Gordon On How Entrepreneurs Can Keep Creativity Alive [TCTV]view story

http://techcrunch.com – Bing Gordon has become known in recent years for his role as a partner at venerated Silicon Valley venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, but anyone who knows him will tell you that he isn’t your typical finance head. (IT news)

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Oracle Server Business Missing in Actionview story

https://www.linux.com – Fans of the old Sun Microsystems may be wondering how the server business is doing at Oracle some three years after the acquisition. Over at GigaOm, Barb Darrow writes that Oracle’s gamble on hardware just isn’t paying off. (Hardware)

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US colleges with Linux courses and degree programsview story

http://www.linuxandlife.com – We know that demand for Linux skills is increasing but the supply still remains low. And because of that, the current average salary for Linux pros in the USA  is high, over $90k/ year, which is really awesome. That's why if you want to work in the IT industry in the near future, investing in a college degree in Linux would be a very great idea. (Distributions)

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General Weather ...or notview story

http://androidforums.com – Hi all, thanks for all the great advice on here. I am a 10day old irob convert, used to own the HTC touch screen stuff running windows mobile back from about 10 years ago until apple 'invented' the market. (General)

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How to show a Dialog when a Marker is clicked from Google Mapsview story

http://stackoverflow.com – I am trying to show a custom dialog box from the Google Maps through the Google Maps Android API v2 once a custom marker from the map was clicked. The custom marker will show the current traffic condition in the location where it was placed. (HowTos)

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The openSUSE Conference – a Few Months Laterview story

http://news.opensuse.org – This article attempts to give a bit of an overview of what happened at oSC 12. And that is lots and lots, as you can see in the Google Plus event page for oSC12 and LinuxDays. You can find a lot of CC licensed pictures here and of course in this article. (Distributions)

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Line, The Messaging App That Took Japan By Storm, Crosses 100M Users And Enters The U.S.view story

http://techcrunch.com – Line, a messaging app made by South Korea’s Naver Corp. that took off in Japan, just crossed 100 million users globally 19 months after it originally launched. The app is one of the leading contenders in smartphone messaging in Asia and faces off against Tencent’s WeChat and KakaoTalk. (IT news)