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Kitestring, The App That Makes Sure You Get Home Safeview story

http://techcrunch.com –  You don't have to walk alone anymore. Rather than asking your mom, bestie, or significant other to stay on the phone with you while you walk down a sketchy street at night, you can use Kitestring. You punch in your emergency contacts, let it know when you're somewhere dangerous, and Kitestring will text you a little later to see if you're okay. Read More (IT news)

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Pinterest’s “Choose Your Own Adventure” Could Be A Travel Productview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Pinterest's upcoming news event, dubbed "Choose Your Own Adventure," may not be directly related to the company's efforts in the personalization space, but rather the announcement of a consumer-facing travel product, we're hearing. The launch will be aimed at attracting more men to Pinterest's service, which is today overwhelmingly female. Read More (IT news)

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IBM Looks To The Cloud To Fight Disruptionview story

http://techcrunch.com –  We are in an age of disruption and this is even more pronounced for a large technology company like IBM, but Big Blue finds itself in the position of having to reinvent itself yet again after surviving and even thriving through earlier technology transformations. (IT news)

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Google Launches Chrome Remote Desktop On Android, Allowing Mobile Access To Your PCview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Google this morning launched a mobile client application called "Chrome Remote Desktop app for Android" (whew!) which allows for remote access to your Mac or PC from your Android device, whether smartphone or tablet. (IT news)

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UberConference Adds Screen Sharingview story

http://techcrunch.com – UberConference, the popular conference calling service and former TechCrunch Disrupt Battelfield winner, today announced that it has added screen sharing to its service. The company says this was one of the most requested features it has had since launch, and starting today, it's available for all users, including those who use the free service. Read More (IT news)

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Talkwheel Raises $1.2M To Visualize Customer Conversations Across The Webview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Talkwheel, a startup that aggregates the social media conversation around a company or topic in, yes, a wheel format, is announcing that it has raised $1.2 million in funding. The idea sounds a little odd at first, but founder and CEO Jeff Harris said it solves a major problem for brands. (IT news)

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Turnkey Mobile Apps Startup AppsBuilder Raises New Cash From United Venturesview story

http://techcrunch.com –  AppsBuilder, which has developed a platform to “easily” (they say) develop mobile apps has taken in a $1.5 million round of funding from United Ventures. The investment brings the company’s funding total to $3.5 million. Previous investors included Annapurna Ventures, Zernike Meta Ventures and Angels. (IT news)

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AT&T May Sit Out 2015 Spectrum Auction Over Rules Dustupview story

http://techcrunch.com –  AT&T is not happy with the rules the FCC has proposed for a 2015 spectrum auction that would reserve a piece of the airwaves for sale for smaller providers that lack low-frequency range. The second-largest wireless company in the U.S. is not happy with that. Read More (IT news)

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AngelList Unveils Maiden Lane, A $25 Million Fund For AngelList Dealsview story

http://techcrunch.com –  AngelList is working on a new project called Maiden Lane. Behind this name is a new experiment in startup investment. Structured as a traditional small VC firm, Maiden Lane will only invest in AngelList syndicates or hand some money to active angels on the platform. (IT news)

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Instagram Just Got A Whole Lot More Bidenview story

http://techcrunch.com –  What photo sharing network would be complete without U.S. Vice President Joe Biden? The answer is none, which makes Instagram the first network to qualify. (IT news)

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First-Person Programming Game Glitchspace Arrives on Steam for Linuxview story

http://news.softpedia.com – Glitchspace, a first-person programming game developed and published by Space Budgie, has been released on Steam for Linux. Even though there are many first-person shooters already launched on the Linux platform, this has to be the first FPS programming game. (IT news)

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Ubuntu Can Run Apps Designed for Firefox OS from Firefox Marketplaceview story

http://news.softpedia.com – It seems that Ubuntu is capable of running applications destined for Firefox OS without any kind of tweak or intervention from the users. We tested Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Beta (Trusty Tahr) with the Firefox Marketplace and we managed to get a few games and applications running. To top things off, users can even lock the apps to the Unity launcher, making them permanent. (IT news)