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Bidgely Cleans Up $5M From Khosla Ventures To Make Household Energy Conservation Fun And Easy

Bidgely, a startup that enables consumers to monitor and manage their household energy use, announced that it has raised $5 million in new funding from Khosla Ventures. The Sunnyvale, California-based company previously raised a $3 million seed funding round in November 2011 from the venture …

Google push for faster zero day fixes hits a wall: Other companies

Google wants technology firms to cut down on the amount of time it takes to fix zero day vulnerabilities, but some are crying foul.<p>Google has undertaken what some might call a Sisyphean effort: to get technology companies to patch publicly unknown security vulnerabilities, referred to as "zero day" …

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Sush.io raises $325K to plug web services into financial visualizations

Advertisement<p>2 Comments<p>Paris-based Sush.io, which will soon reveal its financial analytics app for small businesses, has picked up $325,000 in seed …

Shotwell developers aim to solve Linux’s e-mail problems | Ars Technica

Yorba turns to crowdfund site to support e-mail development.<p>The developers behind the Shotwell photo manager for Linux-based operating systems are …

Google debuts Maps Engine Lite for the casual mapmaker

Google wants to turn more of its Maps users into map makers. The company just launched a new, free custom map editor, Google Maps Engine Lite beta. Google says it contains more powerful and easier-to-use tools than those already available on Google Maps since 2007, through its My Maps editor. But …

Location Data Can Uniquely Identify Cellphone Users

A new study demonstrates how easy it is to identify people from the location-tracking data on their cellphones.<p>Just a few data points from a location-tracking cellphone are enough to identify most people, a new study found. It doesn't matter if those data are "anonymized" so they aren't linked to …

The massive data-collection industry that fuels Facebook's targeted ads

The site is buying access to reams of consumer data that's never been shared online<p>Facebook's user-targeted ads have been fueling profits and unsettling privacy advocates since the beginning, but a new report shines a light on just how extensive the company's research is. As it turns out. …

What Twitter Can Learn From Google About Tracking What Goes Viral

With Twitter and Pinterest showcasing their new and updated analytics features recently, a lot of the focus has been on how to ensure your content reaches as large a group as possible.<p>While first party analytical services are improving and becoming more precise, there is always room for improvement …

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