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Nvidia Releases Major Linux Driver with Numerous Improvementsview story

http://news.softpedia.com – Nvidia has just announced the immediate availability for download of the Nvidia 340.24 video driver for Linux-based operating systems. The release includes numerous bugfixes, as well as a handful of improvements. (IT news)

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VMware Report: Microsoft’s Days at the Top are Numberedview story

http://thevarguy.com – Virtualization giant VMware (VMW) thinks Microsoft (MSFT) may be living on borrowed time when it comes to being the ruler of the enterprise PC roost. And the likely successor to the throne? (IT news)

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Citrix Appoints New Mobile Platforms Group VPview story

http://thevarguy.com – Citrix (CTXS) announced on Monday that it has appointed IT industry veteran and former Symantec executive Brian Dye as the company’s latest group vice president and general manager of the company’s mobile platforms group. (IT news)

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SolidFire: SSD Offers Huge Performance Boost to MongoDBview story

http://thevarguy.com – All-flash cloud storage pays big dividends, according to SolidFire. The company announced results from a third-party benchmarking process that reported twice as many operations per second for NoSQL MongoDB deployments on SolidFire's SSD storage as compared to other hosts. read more (IT news)

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BlackBerry Is One Of The Hottest Stocks Of 2014, Seriouslyview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Don’t look now, but BlackBerry, you know, the butt of most cell phone jokes, is mounting an impressive comeback. BlackBerry’s stock (NASDAQ:BBRY) is up 50% on the year and one of the best performers in its sector. Read More (IT news)

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MedEye Pill-Scanning Medical Safety Tech Pulls In $6Mview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Mint Solutions, a hardware startup that’s developed a scanning device designed to help hospital nurses ensure each patient gets the right medicine and the correct dosage, has pulled in a €4.425 million ($6 million) Series A funding round. Read More (IT news)

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RetailNext Raises Another $30 Million To Track In-Store Dataview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Rockwell was right, these days somebody is always watching. But now, simply watching isn’t enough, so startups are raising increasing amounts of money to develop and sell technologies that allow companies to make sense of all the data they’re collecting and things they’re seeing. (IT news)

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Mota Tries Its Hand At Making A Cheaper 3D Printer That Doesn’t Churn Out Junkview story

http://techcrunch.com –  3D printers are getting cheaper. The space has seen a fair few attempts to drive down the price-tag of owning an additive manufacturing machine in recent years, including the likes of the MakiBox, Pirate 3D Buccaneer and The Micro. (IT news)

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Apple Patents A Way To Make All-Glass iPhones, iPads, Monitors And TVsview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Apple has patented a method for building devices with all-glass outer casings (via AppleInsider), by fusing pieces together for a completely seamless final look. The all-glass device casings could be used to hold the internals of an iOS device, or to house a TV or monitor, too. (IT news)

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Music Vault Partners With YouTube To Bring 13K Rare Live Music Videos Onlineview story

http://techcrunch.com – This isn’t quite the launch of YouTube’s music service, but it’s still good news for music lovers: Music Vault is bringing 13,000 videos of live performances to the site. This includes concerts by the likes of The Who, Bob Dylan, The Grateful Dead, James Brown and Bruce Springsteen, as well as from indie acts like Deer Tick, St. Vincent and Fleet Foxes. Read More (IT news)

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Rightster Acquires Two More Video Companies, Chad Hurley Now Advisorview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Rightster, the U.K. video distribution and monetisation startup largely backed by Angel investors, has been on an acquisition roll. It’s now acquired Viral Spiral, which specialises in social video management, licensing and brand engagement and it’s acquiring Base79, one of the largest YouTube partners outside North America. (IT news)

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Spark Labs Raises $4.9 Million For An Internet Of Things OSview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Spark Labs, the same folks that made this open-source Nest-like thermostat, has raised $4.9 million in Series A funding led by Lion Wells Capital, and with participation from O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures, SOSventures, and Collaborative Fund, as well as a host of angel investors. (IT news)