The end goal, the companies said, is a combination of the two entities' areas of expertise: physical location and online retail.
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Guest Post It’s easiest if you consider the four types of testing -- unit, functional, data, and user experience -- as building blocks that can be put together to create more comprehensive testing.
Explaining the shutter-slamming, Clipboard said, "We came to the conclusion that it was essential to focus on a singular platform for building new capabilities within Salesforce, which is not something that we could do while keeping Clipboard operating."
Hacker bootcamp school Hackbright will take 10 weeks to train the moms accepted into the program. During this time, old skills will get a refresh and new skills will be taught.
MENLO PARK, Calif. — Today at Facebook HQ, the company is announcing that one month after its launch, Facebook Home has seen 1 million downloads, and those early users — mostly male early-adopter types — have shown some interesting usage …
Facebook has seen its rapid assimilation of Earth's population start to cool in recent years. The areas where it's still exploding are, interestingly enough, some of the areas with the least access to technology: Africa, the Middle East, and India.
Editor's Pick This post was supposed to be my big hands-on review. Instead, all I have to offer is this: Unless your employer tells you otherwise, don't even think about getting Google Glass.
To make it worth the substantial cost of shipping greenhouses, lighting, and other necessary equipment to the red planet, the missions need to be very long in duration -- as long as 15 or even 20 years.
The First interface itself is Facebook's way of making a mobile operating system without actually making a mobile operating system. The result is pretty awesome, and for 99 cents (with a contract, natch), it's a steal.
"My initial thoughts about what a title can do was to set mood and the prime underlying core of the film's story, to express the story in some metaphorical way," Bass once said.
“We focus on the order at NetSuite,” said NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson in a recent VentureBeat interview. “Order management is at the heart of our transactions.”
Its front page is a step up from the nip slips and cat clips you see elsewhere. But all the clips are short -- even the Queen merits a mere 91 seconds -- so don't expect powerful journalism with ample context.
Wefollow's Klout-like scores for individuals' areas of expertise will be used in About.me's search algorithms. The Wefollow brand will eventually disappear entirely.
Yahoo is focusing on interfaces and voice controls for search, not the heavy-duty algorithmic machinery that powers it all.
Guest Post While there is a sexiness and aura of confidence in "flying without a net," be sure you clearly answer the usual questions. You can have a deck as backup, but be very careful that you don't meander and don't efficiently give essential information around your firm's opportunity.
"This is turning out to be the most desired job in history," said Mars One founder Bas Lansdorp. “Mars One is a mission representing all humanity will be justified only if people from the entire world are represented. I’m proud that this is exactly what we see happening."
As for Chute Ads, the company promises potential advertisers quite a bag of tricks: real-time content, user-generated aggregation, voting and moderation, social sharing, and customized displays. End users can upload their content directly to a campaign, comment on it, upvote it, or share it across other networks:
One $15 million round and a sack of small potatoes make up today's funding goulash.
A stunning stylus and a short ruler team up to make iPad design more precise than ever before possible.
Editor's Pick This is the last stop for the Creative Suite train; all passengers must deboard. But the next train is so much better. And for Adobe, it's even more lucrative than $700 bi-annual installments.