The CIA cloud, the subject of a heated contract battle between IBM and AWS, is now online, according to a DefenseOne report. Read more »
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Noisebridge has not closed once in its seven year history. It closed down for all of July to bring the space up to code. It is also raising funds to make equipment repairs. Read more »
Sorry, St. Louis. You’re the unhealthiest major city in the country based on Yummly’s analysis of recipe search data. The healthiest? Of course it’s frigging San Francisco. Read more »
Ever wondered what happened to Valley solar startup Ausra, which nuclear giant Areva acquired in 2010? Well, it’s not good news. Read more »
On Friday, Google opened up its Google Now Launcher to any Android device running 4.1 and up. Read more »
Wikipedia released slick new apps for iOS and Android last week with features that will end up being very useful for first-time smartphone owners in developing nations. Read more »
Sprint and T-Mobile were reportedly looking to circumvent corporate anti-collusion laws by forming a joint venture to bid in the upcoming incentive auction. The FCC, though, has gotten wise to their plans. Read more »
Airbnb has officially wrapped up its long-rumored $475 million Series D, according to its SEC filing on the matter. No investors from private equity firm TPG or smaller firm Dragoneer Investment Group, which were previously reported to be leading the round, were mentioned. VentureBeat scooped the news, pointing out that the only people listed on the filing were Airbnb executives and counsel, Alfred Lin from Sequoia, and Jeff Jordan from Andreessen-Horowitz.
The Killing may have been too depressing for network TV, but thanks to Netflix, the dark and brilliant crime drama is now back for a short final season: All six episodes of season four went live on Netflix Friday. The Killing is not a newbie on Netflix: The streaming service previously collaborated with AMC on the production of season three. But with this season being a Netflix exclusive, you’ll actually get to hear some swear words, according to an interview with executive producer Veena Sud.
Apple’s content delivery network shows how dedicated the Cupertino company is to digital products — giving them the same care and attention as its physical ones. Read more »