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BitPay Launches Bitcoin Checkout App For One Tap Payments

mar, 04.11.2014 - 19:02

 In the latest move to bring bitcoin payments to the masses, BitPay is launching a new point-of-sale app, Bitcoin Checkout, for in-store payments. Read More

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Pillow Talk Lets You Send Your Heartbeat To Your Lover Remotely

mar, 04.11.2014 - 18:50

 Long distance relationships are hard. First, obviously, there’s the distance. Then there is the worrying, the fussing, and the concern that your significant other is going to movies without you. Fear and recrimination follow and anger results and things fall apart. Pillow Talk by LittleRiot hopes to solve that. The product, which is launching on Kickstarter soon, is a wearable that… Read More

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Intel Capital Leads $35M Investment In Social Login Service Gigya

mar, 04.11.2014 - 18:04

 Gigya, a company that helps online businesses and publishers manage customer logins, is announcing that it has raised $35 million in a funding round led by Intel Capital. CEO Patrick Salyer told me that this was a strategic investment from Intel. It’s too early to get specific about how the two companies plan to work together, he said, but on a broad level, Salyer argued that the idea… Read More

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Ahoy, Space Pirates, Spend Your Booty On This Crazy Watch

mar, 04.11.2014 - 17:57

 Arrr! Here be space pirates and where there are space pirates there is need of a $230,000 mechanical watch. Wild watch makers MB&F have just announced their MB&F HM6, a watch based on a 1970s cartoon called Capitaine Flam (Captain Flame). The bulbous watch is built of titanium alloy and you can tell the time using the little curved bulbs on one end of the piece. You can see more… Read More

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Microsoft Teams Up With Dropbox

mar, 04.11.2014 - 17:36

 Scoot over, OneDrive for Business. Today Microsoft and Dropbox announced a partnership that will see Dropbox better support Microsoft’s Office suite, and the latter better integrate into the product stack of the storage firm. The new comes after Box, another enterprise-facing storage firm, integrated with Office 365, Microsoft’s Office-as-service solution, and OneDrive improved… Read More

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How The 49ers Are Using Beacons To Help You Find Hot Dogs And Beer

mar, 04.11.2014 - 17:16

 Enterprise Wi-Fi provider Aruba Networks officially lights up their homegrown beacon network and accompanying smartphone app at Levi’s Stadium today. After having been in “beta” mode for that last several months, the deployment now enables a host of location-based services for stadium goers like: quickly and accurately finding concessions, restrooms, and seats with the… Read More

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First Data Debuts Clover Mobile, A Wireless, Tablet-Based Point-Of-Sale

mar, 04.11.2014 - 17:16

 Payment processor First Data today introduced a new, more portable point-of-sale system called Clover Mobile at the Money 20/20 conference being held now in Las Vegas. The handheld solution is an extension of the Clover brand. As you may recall, First Data debuted its first Clover-branded point-of-sale system aimed at small to medium-sized businesses in October 2013. That was also when First… Read More

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Tinder’s Sean Rad Demoted From CEO, Will Serve As President And Board Member

mar, 04.11.2014 - 16:35

 Tinder’s parent company just swiped left on Sean Rad, who will step down as the company’s CEO, according to a report from Forbes. He is to remain with the company and serve as the president of the board. But he’s not out yet. Tinder and IAC will soon start looking for a replacement CEO for the growing startup. Rad said in the article that the company is looking for a… Read More

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BeON Home’s Smart Lightbulbs Aim To Out-Smart An Intruder

mar, 04.11.2014 - 16:04

 Currently being crowd funded on Kickstarter, the BeON Burglar Deterrent is a set of LED-lightbulbs based on the premise that crime prevention is favourable over crime detection. Read More

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The Backbone Of American Elections: Pen And Paper

mar, 04.11.2014 - 16:00

 Apple will soon put a touchscreen computer on our wrist. High school football is being reshaped for both players and coaches by the latest video technology. And a Silicon Valley pundit is waxing visionary of a future wheredigital technology enables telepathy between humans. And yet, in this techno-wonderland, in the most powerful and technologically advanced country in the world, this… Read More

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Dasher Teams Up With Venmo To Bring Peer-To-Peer Payments To Its Messaging App

mar, 04.11.2014 - 16:00

 It’s not a secret that Facebook is considering adding payments to its Messenger app. The company poached PayPal CEO David Marcus to lead the unit and evidence of a feature were unearthed by a computer science student last month — but if and when it finally arrives, what will Facebook Messenger payments look like? Read More

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Acquia Wants To Bring More Intelligent Personalization To Your Website

mar, 04.11.2014 - 16:00

 Acquia, the company which has always been the commercial face of the open source Drupal project, has gotten into Customer Experience Management in a big way, and today at the Acquia Engage conference it announced a new tool called Acquia Lift ContextDB, which is supposed to help understand customer behavior better to deliver more relevant content based on what you learn about them. The… Read More

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Amazon Prime Members’ Newest Benefit Is Free, Unlimited Photo Storage

mar, 04.11.2014 - 15:59

 Amazon Prime members are getting another benefit today, the company announced this morning: free, unlimited photo storage. In a new service called Prime Photos, paying subscribers of Amazon’s membership program will now be about to store photos in their original resolutions to Amazon Cloud Drive from any device, including iOS, Android, and Fire phones and tablets, as well as Mac and… Read More

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Police Finally Arrest The Third And Final Founder Of The Pirate Bay

mar, 04.11.2014 - 13:26

 Proving that the long arm of the law doesn’t soften over time, the final founder of legendary file-sharing site The Pirate Bay to evade the police has now been caught. Fredrik Neij, known also as ‘TiAmo’, was arrested by police in Thailand after attempting to enter the country from Laos, where he lives. Read More

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U.K. Spy Agency Chief Goes Public With Anti-Encryption Appeal To U.S. Tech Companies

mar, 04.11.2014 - 13:23

 In what must be one of the most high profile consequences of last year’s Snowden revelations, which detailed the extent of government dragnet digital surveillance programs, the new chief of U.K. spy agency GCHQ has made a public appeal to U.S. technology companies to co-operate in handing over user data to support its counter terror efforts. Read More

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Stumbling Samsung Puts The Focus On China

mar, 04.11.2014 - 11:09

 While the world continues to muse over the dramas unfolding at Samsung following a decent 60% dip in profits year-on-year, the Korean smartphone giant is turning its focus in China with a series of brand building initiatives. Read More

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Xiaomi To Invest $1B In Online Video Content

mar, 04.11.2014 - 09:50

 Xiaomi just announced on its official Weibo account that it plans to invest $1 billion in online video content to support its smart television ecosystem. The investment will be overseen by two Xiaomi executives who have considerable experience building online content. They are Chen Tong, the former editor-in-chief of news portal, who Xiaomi hired away last month, and Wang Chuan,… Read More

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Disney And Google Partner Up For Disney Movies Anywhere Access On Google Play

mar, 04.11.2014 - 07:01

 Disney and Google have teamed up to let you watch Disney, Pixar and Marvel movies on any device via Google Play. “We want to make it easy for movie fans to enjoy all of their past and future digital purchases across all of their devices,” says Google’s head of Google Play Movies partnerships Jonathan Zepp. Disney has some deep roots with Pixar and had originally rolled out… Read More

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More Yahoo Restructuring As Offices, Sales Teams Get Cut Across Europe And Asia

mar, 04.11.2014 - 04:41

 It looks like Yahoo is laying off more people in its international operations as it rethinks business outside of its core market of North America. In Asia, a source tells us that the company is laying off sales people in Vietnam, Indonesia and Malaysia, affecting around 25, 50 and 15 people respectively. And in Singapore, while there are currently no redundancies, one of Yahoo’s… Read More

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Built In Brooklyn: Maker’s Row Bets On US Manufacturing

lun, 03.11.2014 - 23:29

 For the first episode of our new show Built In Brooklyn, we took the “built” part of the title pretty seriously. I mean, we here at TechCrunch think it’s pretty meaningful to build a great website or mobile app — but there’s some extra cool about visiting the manufacturers who are actually building or assembling physical goods. I got to see some of that… Read More

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Yves Bresson, ingénieur en informatique, consultant freelance, spécialisé dans la création de sites web (CMS, PHP, Ajax, jQuery, MySQL, HTML 5, CSS 3) et d'applications mobiles (iPhone, Android).
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