Wave Debuts Free Receipt Scanning And Management Tool To Add To Its Free Accounting Platformview story

http://techcrunch.com – Wave made an impact on the online accounting software space not by doing anything drastically differently from other young companies out there tackling the problem, but by doing it for free with an ad-supported model. (IT news)

Mosaic Prepares To Launch Another $100M Of Projects On Its Solar Crowdfunding Platformview story

http://techcrunch.com – Mosaic, a startup allowing people to invest in solar projects, announced today that it has received regulatory approval for its next wave of crowdfunding efforts in California, worth a total of $100 million in investment. The site opened to the public back in January with three projects that were fully backed in fewer than 24 hours. (IT news)

The Next Don: How VCs Plan For The Futureview story

http://techcrunch.com – We all remember the last scene in The Godfather, where Michael Corleone is depicted as the next Don, taking over the role from his father as the figurehead of the mafioso Corleone family. (IT news)

Clayton Christensen Talks Venture Capital, Crowd Funding, And How To Measure Your Lifeview story

http://techcrunch.com – Editor’s note: Derek Andersen is the founder of Startup Grind, a 40-city community bringing the global startup world together while educating, inspiring, and connecting entrepreneurs. There are few people whose impact on entrepreneurs and business in general you hear about as frequently as Clayton Christensen. (IT news)

Microsoft: jQuery 2.0 Will Add Full Support For Windows Store Appsview story

http://techcrunch.com – The next version of jQuery, the popular JavaScript library, will drop support for Internet Explorer 6, 7, and 8, but that doesn’t mean Microsoft isn’t very bullish about getting developers to use jQuery 2.0 and HTML5 to develop “a new wave of jQuery-based Windows Store applications.” As Microsoft announced today, Microsoft Open Technologies, the company’s wholly owned (IT news)

Facebook's Home On Android Could Give You A Sixth Sense For Your Social Lifeview story

http://techcrunch.com – Constant, close contact with your friends. That’s the promise of a “Facebook phone.” The modified Android OS and mobile homescreen replacement that sources tell us Facebook will unveil April 4th pushes your social life to you so fetching it isn’t interruptive. (IT news)

Ahead Of U.S. Rival PayPal Here, Intuit Pay Rolls Out Its Mobile Commerce Service In The UKview story

http://techcrunch.com – The mobile payment market in Europe continues to get more crowded, with the latest wave of entrants coming from across the pond to join a number of homegrown startups targeting the millions of businesses in the region that still do not accept credit card payments. (IT news)

BitTitan Eases Office 365 Migrations for Microsoft Partnersview story

http://www.thevarguy.com – BitTitan Inc. has launched UserActivation for Office 365. If it works as advertised, the tool may help channel partners migrate customers to Microsoft’s (NASDAQ: MSFT) cloud services — including Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Lync Online and more. The VAR Guy wonders if Windows Small Business Server (SBS) partners will be among the first users to try this new migration tool. (IT news)

mplayer audio in fedora18view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Built and installed mplayer on Fedora 18 (had working before in F-16, 12). I had some issues with needed development versions of gtk and zlib to build - apparently the .h files needed are only in the development release, even though the libraries appear to be here by default. The below fixed the config and make for mplayer for me (64 bit version). yum install zlib-devel.x86_64 gtk2-devel.x (HowTos)

VMware Veteran CTO Exits for VC Firmview story

http://www.thevarguy.com – VMware (NYSE: VMW) veteran chief technology officer (CTO) Steve Herrod, a key driver of the vendor’s virtualization portfolio who joined the company in 2001, has resigned to join the venture capital firm General Catalyst Partners as a managing director. For VMware, there’s no nice and easy way to say that Herrod’s departure is a serious blow. (IT news)