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    Zynga Tries Out Bitcoin For In-Game Payments

    Now you can use bitcoin to help plow your digital fields. Zynga, best known for online games like “FarmVille,” has begun testing the use ofbitcoin for in-game payments. In a statement posted to the website Reddit, Zynga said it is working with BitPay, a bitcoin payments company, to accept the currency in a handful of its games. Bitcoin, of…

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  • Silicon Valley Lost, and Found

    Kim-Mai Cutler TECH CRUNCH Kim’s fascinating attempt to capture the life and times of Si Valley itself – not just its people and inventions. Silicon Valley is a place that is just as much about people reinventing themselves as it is about people reinventing industries. As a new year turns, it’s time to go through…

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  • Nest’s $150 Million Heralds Tidal Wave of Apple Wannabes

    BY RYAN TATE  – WIRED How many of you want to create another Apple? And then some.. The technological wave so expertly surfed by Apple is also beginning to propel a whole new generation of gadget startups. According Recode, the home electronics startup Nest has raised more than $150 million at a $2 billion valuation. That’s…

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  • Hyundai developing Google Glass app to control your car’s features

    By Jacob Kastrenakes – THE VERGE Google Glass owners buying a new Hyundai will soon be able to control basic functions of their car straight from their headset. Hyundai announced yesterday that some of its next-generation vehicles will be able to connect to Google Glass using an app that will be released alongside its Genesis sedan,…

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  • Cisco Service Provider Communities: Top 12 Blog Posts for 2013

    Kellie Wong, Cisco Service Provider Communities head, reports: Firstly, may I say Happy New Year and I hope everyone had a safe and nice Holiday season. 2013 proved to be an eventful year in the Service Provider space with the introduction of the Network Convergence System (NCS) to power the Internet of Everything (IoE) as well as…

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  • Why 2014 is the PERFECT STORM for UCC adoption

    By Stephen Leaden December 31, 2013  Excellent Points here from Stephen on Why 2014 is the year for UCC. UNIFIED COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES Unified Communications and Collaboration has been in use for close to 10 years. History says that it takes between 7 and 10 years before a technology really goes mainstream. Until now, UCC has been in…

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  • Ask A VC: Revolution Ventures’ David Golden’s Predictions For 2014

    Leena Rao:  TECHCRUNCH In this week’s Ask A VC, we sat down with Revolution Ventures’ David Golden to talk about the IPO market, and his predictions for 2014. Golden, who previously was the Vice Chairman and Director of JPMorgan’s global investment banking practice for technology, media and telecommunications clients, talked about whether 2014 will be…

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  • Whats in Store for Enterprise Apps in 2014?

    IDG News Service – By Chris Kanaracus  If recent history is any indication, 2014 will be a busy year for the enterprise applications industry as vendors jockey for position and customers ponder moves from legacy ERP (enterprise resource planning) and CRM (customer relationship management) implementations to cloud-based services. Here’s a look at what some of…

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  • Snapchat CEO: ‘We thought we had done enough’ to prevent hack

    Scott Stump TODAY contributor Just days before Snapchat was hacked for the private account information of millions of users, a security company warned that the popular photo messaging app was vulnerable. Nonetheless, Snapchat’s CEO thought the company had adequately prepared for an attempted breach, he said on TODAY Friday. “I believe at the time we…

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