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GoPro Falls 8% After Reporting Stronger-Than-Expected Q2 Revenue Of $244.6M

gopro-earnings Today marked GoPro’s first earnings report as a public company. The camera firm traded up more than 3.5 percent in regular hours before its release. GoPro had roughly doubled from its IPO price of $24 heading into reporting its second-quarter financial results. For the second quarter, GoPro had revenue of $244.6 million, up 38.1 percent year-over-year, and earnings per share of $0.08 on… Read More Continue reading

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Holiday Events Booking Platform, GetYourGuide, Pulls In Another $25M To “Landgrab” New Markets

GetYourGuide Holiday attractions booking startup, GetYourGuide, has taken in another chunk of outside investment — announcing today that it’s closed a $25 million Series B round, led by prior investors Spark Capital and Highland Capital Partners. Read More Continue reading

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FCC Questions Verizon’s Limits On Unlimited Data

 Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler on Wednesday grilled Verizon on its plans to slow down the top 5 percent of 4G LTE unlimited data users.
For the past two and half years, Verizon has engaged in a process commonly known as th… Continue reading

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The One-Horse Race: 85% Of The 300M Smartphones Shipped In Q2 Were Android

6180104944_73e0a291aa_b Another milestone for Google’s Android in its unstoppable march to mobile dominance: the operating system accounted for 85% of all smartphones shipped in Q2 — its highest ever proportion, according to a new report from Strategy Analytics. Google’s win comes at a loss for everyone else, and interestingly for the smartphone market overall. Apple, Windows Phone and BlackBerry… Read More Continue reading

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Chartboost, Chukong Link Up To Bring Mobile Game Cross-Promotion To Chinese Developers

chartboost-chukong Now the world’s biggest smartphone market, China represents a wealth of still-growing opportunities for mobile game developers. While app developers in the West are fretting that the so-called “Gold Rush” is over, China’s market is still growing rapidly with north of 800 million active smart devices. But the mainland Chinese market is pretty impenetrable to… Read More Continue reading

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The Philips Hue Tap Proves An Elegant Accessory For Connected Smart Lights

philips-hue-tap The Philips Hue system provides lighting that you can control with your smartphone, and automate with location gating and time-based alarms. But for all its fancy magic, I still find myself using physical lightswitches to turn my Hue system on and off, in larger part because often it takes more steps to unlock my iPhone, find the Hue app, open it and select the “All off” or… Read More Continue reading

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Geek Wars Loom As Geekatoo Raises $1.7 Million To Once Again Battle The Geek Squad

finals3-03 There’s a battle brewing again in the land of the geeks. Ever since 1994, when Robert Stephens launched his Geek Squad service in Minneapolis with $200 and a bicycle, his on demand IT department for consumers bestrode the consumer tech services landscape like a colossus with a pocket protector and Scotch-Taped glasses. But like all wonders of the ancient world, the Geek Squad faces a… Read More Continue reading

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Pronto.ly’s Contactless Ultrasound Transfer Tech Aims To Best NFC

427116315_5f63901639_z Microphone: check. Speaker: check… Israeli startup Pronto.ly is working on a universal alternative to NFC that relies on high pitched soundwaves to perform a contactless handshake. Read More Continue reading

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Solving Optimal Health For Google[x] In North Carolina

DNA Cannon Mills was a textile company that stood on the edge of the blue-collar town of Kannapolis, North Carolina for over 100 years. The company employed more than 16,000 town residents at its height, but in 2003 Cannon Mills was forced to shut its doors forever, laying off about a tenth of the town’s entire population, all in one day. What was once a tragedy for Kannapolis might just… Read More Continue reading

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Incubated: How The 500 Startups Accelerator Helps Startups Get Noticed

500 startups incubated It’s only been around a short three years, but the 500 Startups Accelerator has already cemented its spot as one of the top programs for founders who are looking to improve their products and reach new users. On this episode of incubated, we take a closer look at how it does that. Read More Continue reading

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