Ok Cupid told people who weren’t compatible that they were a romantic match, as an A/B test to see if users bought it. Read more »
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Fresh funding will fuel expansion of customer support and service for Bright Computing’s Linux cluster management software. Read more »
Airbnb has launched a search engine specifically for business travelers. The move is a crucial one as the company seeks to grow into its reported $10 billion valuation. Read more »
GM’s first car capable of charging your smartphone without a cord will be a Cadillac, not a Chevy Volt. It may have taken awhile, but GM has developed a better wireless charging system supporting multiple standards. Read more »
We no longer have to rely solely on reports from a handful of mainstream media outlets when news breaks in places like Ukraine or Gaza, and while that has made the news environment more chaotic it has also led to some significant benefits for journalism Read more »
Apple is buying the iOS podcast app Swell for $30 million, according to a Recode report. The transaction, which hasn’t been confirmed by either Apple or the Swell team, looks like a talent acquisition, as the app is reportedly being shut down later this week. Swell is one of a number of apps that puts a new spin on podcasts by streaming shows directly to mobile phones and using content recommendations for better discovery.
Most companies are connecting the kitchen in isolation via individual tools, but a better approach is to view cooking like an business process that needs data from the supply chain to the finished product. Read more »