March 12, 2016

White House draft policy wants federal agencies to find open source religion

 By now, the advantages of open source are there for all to see. When you give people access to the underlying code, good things happen. People find[...]
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February 14, 2016

Find a sports buddy

JumpsumOnly available on Android In 2014, Andheri resident Nirmal Gandhi often went for a net-practice session of cricket. “We were three friends,[...]
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February 5, 2016

Hamster Pad Helps You Find Cool Slack Communities

 Are you a Slovenian web dev? A French iOS programmer? A sad person in need of friends? Get thee to the Hamster Pad. This new site Matt Schlicht and[...]
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January 22, 2016

Iterate’s New Platform Helps Corporations Find The Best Tech From Startups

 Startups are created to solve problems—but that doesn’t matter if the people they want to help don’t know they exist. Iterate Studio[...]
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January 16, 2016

MindTouch Scores $12 Million To Help Customers Find Answers Online

 MindTouch, a cloud service that helps customers find answers to product questions using the company’s existing documentation, training materials[...]
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December 3, 2015

Find Which Uber Is Yours With Its New Colored-Coded SPOT Lights

 Outside big events like concerts, tons of Ubers can be waiting, making it tough for passengers to figure out which car is theirs. That’s why[...]
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November 17, 2015

Sona Is A Stylish Bracelet With A Built-In Biometric Sensor To Help You Find Your Zen

 Caeden, maker of earphones and connected jewelry, is launching a connected bracelet that aims to help you chill out when you need it most. Called[...]
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November 5, 2015

Where to find the default apps manager on Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Regretting the selection you made for a default app? In 6.0, the steps to change this setting for the browser, phone dialer, and SMS app are not as straightforward[...]
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