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Publishers’ lack of strategic focus on licensing and syndication today is matched by nearly equal indifference from software developers, entrepreneurs, and investors. To change this, they must structure their repositories of content so it can be searched, sorted, customized, repackaged, and accessed in real time via standardized APIs. Read more at Gigaom Research »

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The deployment of smart meters combined with the growth of cloud computing infrastructure has created opportunities to build business models around the volume of emerging energy data. Those who use data to solve customer problems and leverage decades of software development and advances in big data will attract investment dollars. Read more at Gigaom Research »

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Establishing a startup’s business infrastructure early provides a number of critical benefits, including smoother financings and effective employee management. Sections of this paper discuss each of the above benefits and provide suggestions for management teams that will facilitate establishment of an appropriate infrastructure. Read more at Gigaom Research »

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The console era is over — or so a growing number of game-industry executives would have us believe. While social and mobile gaming have taken a sizable share of the video games market, there is room for growth for hardware, particularly in streaming technology and the emergence of open-source platforms. Read more at Gigaom Research »

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How does a business go about implementing a new BYOD strategy when the wheels are already turning? However you slice it, hitting a moving target is more work than starting from square one, but you can maximize return by locking down three key steps. Read more at Gigaom Research »

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With current IT management dictating that more and more resources move from the local area network (LAN) to the wide area network (WAN), enterprise dependency on WAN is on the rise. This shift in WAN requirements is placing increased cost and performance pressure on traditional WAN solutions, which either pose the exorbitant costs of private WAN services (as pricing has not degraded at pace with other connectivity solutions) or are burdened by the unreliability of the public internet. This paper will explore how next-generation WAN strategies, specifically WAN optimization and virtualization, address emerging enterprise WAN requirements while improving on the cost and performance of traditional solutions. Read more at Gigaom Research »

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The time for talking has passed, and the time for buying has begun. We’re tracking what could be one of the biggest IPOs in American history–and what will almost certainly be the biggest tech IPO ever–in this post. Read more »

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Rich people have phones, like apps and want to buy things using said phones. The less-than-groundbreaking results of a study from the Luxury… Read more »

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Sony (NYSE: SNE) will start selling Google (NSDQ: GOOG) TV-based products in Europe in September, according to a report by Les Echos. The si… Read more »

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Is the trend for smart TVs that connect to the web and run apps a big mistake? Anthony Rose, the co-founder of hot social TV app Zeebox, too… Read more »

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According to new research, iPad users are forking over plenty of money to read their favorite digital publications on Apple’s tablet. In the… Read more »

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Smartphones long ago lost their hoity-toity status as the toys of the technological elite, but in the last few years they have been moving d… Read more »

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