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  • Why Popcorn Time storming the media industry is a good thing

    09 March 2015 ( #Tech, #Media, #IP-IT-Media Law )

    It all started with this graph earlier this year, showing what impact the “Netflix for Piracy” service that is Popcorn Time has managed to achieve in the past 6 months, and the fact that Netflix gave unrequited attention to the service in its open letter...

  • ArrowTech launches to provide all-round software and hardware solutions

    15 March 2015 ( #SEO, #Consultancy, #Marketing )

    We've covered in the past a trend that is a result of the start-up world unveiling in the past: boutique firms aiming to cover more and more of the needs of tech venture, so much so that the only thing that seems to be required here is the financial investment...

  • What's with Elon Musk giving out free patents?

    28 June 2014

    Baffled by this earlier today: Transportation Photograph by Noah Berger/Bloomberg Annoyed, frustrated and exasperated, Elon Musk has decided to give patents away. Well, "give away" might be too dramatic. But on Thursday, Musk did This move looks drastic...

  • The 2020 smartwatch

    03 October 2014 ( #Tech )

    Taken from geckoandfly.com //This article originally appeared on Medium.com We won’t know when it hits us, but we can predict it. There is a lifecycle of every important step forward in technology, science or the likes — and it all begins even before...

  • Twitter Roll - 3/2015

    18 January 2015 ( #Twitter )

    Source: techcrunch.com Here is the weekly selection of best tweeted content between 11 and 17 January 2015: A very dear subject, re-analysed by TrueVault's Jason Wang for VentureBeat - how to make health apps really stand out and prove themselves useful...

  • Think twice before installing a home surveillance camera

    21 December 2014 ( #IT-IP-Media Law )

    Source: dreamstime.com Every aspect of our daily lives is or will become connected through some form of device, gadget or gimmick that helps trace our surroundings for our own comfort. Actually, comfort may come at a price, as the European Court of Justice...

  • Twitter Roll - 4/2015

    25 January 2015 ( #Twitter )

    Source: zazzle.co.uk Here is the weekly selection of best tweeted content between 18 and 24 January 2015: Freitag works from Switzerland with resources around Europe to produce biodegradable clothes, without any rebated on quality or, more important,...

  • Twitter Roll - 5/2015

    01 February 2015 ( #Twitter )

    Source: inhabitat.com Best tweets of 25-31 January included a lot of valuable insight: Jonathan Friedman wrote a piece for VentureBeat on how are startups valuated, especially in their early days, where metrics are somewhat inconclusive; It was also VentureBeat...

  • (Guest Post) IoT & Object Storage, Redefining Storage Status-Quo

    13 May 2015 ( #guest post )

    Source: hds.com Internet of things (IoT) is actually not a new revolution; the idea was in existence back in ‘90s although its implementation wasn’t attempted for quite a while – one of the main reasons for this is the unavailability of the technologies...

  • (P) Makers of physical things, rejoice on The Makerboards

    30 May 2015 ( #product review )

    Back in March, we did a piece explaining that the Uber model is really applicable anywhere - in that case, Kobratek was all about building a sharing economy system, allowing anybody who wants to get a physical product done, to gain access to handymen...

  • This app may create a revolution in the theatre world

    06 June 2015 ( #product review )

    In order to bring us the joy of emotion, actors, playwrights and venue owners are constantly facing hurdles in their activity, be them financial, social or from a promotional point of view. Theaters bear small pieces of the souls of everybody who has...

  • Childcare activity monitoring is a hot innovation area, and here’s how one startup decided to tackle it

    29 August 2015 ( #productreview )

    Mark presenting one of Woodland Education's IT education centers in Australia Since education and the resources available to raise a child are dwindling, parents are justifiably worried about their children’s upbringing. When you’re a young parent, it...

  • Looking for social media content sources? Don't overlook public domain works

    17 March 2015 ( #IP-IT-Media Law, #social media )

    The Internet and, for the past decade, social media have enabled connections for traditional brick-and-mortar entities that grow revenues exponentially. Facebook's algorithm has advanced over the years, making it more difficult to gain viral popularity...

  • Here's the oldest CAPTCHA solving service still active

    29 September 2015

    Source: the4cast.com OCRs - they're one of the intrinsic tools available when surfing the Internet. For those unfamiliar, these are systems that can solve CAPTCHA codes automatically. In this area, DeCaptcher is the oldest still operational service on...

  • How to Balance Multiple Projects While Actually Reaching Your Goals

    18 June 2015 ( #lifehacks )

    In an ever-growing entrepreneurial world, more and more people are fervently taking up side projects or activities that actually better represent their intentions, needs or desires, and this is especially the case for people working remotely. Be it learning...

  • Classified ads step into the social media age

    19 June 2015 ( #product review )

    The purpose of any ad is to create instant impact and opportunities for the vendor to sell the advertised product, service or campaign. But it's not always enough to have the best content to get the expect return-on-investment - placement is also important...

  • How to legally protect server configuration

    22 June 2015 ( #opinions )

    As an IP/IT lawyer, one of the most frequent problems faced is correctly understanding a client’s business model and the technical resources being used. Often enough, the content of a copyright assignment or works-for-hire agreement is relatively standard...

  • In Australia, smartphones get a second life thanks to these guys

    24 June 2015 ( #product review )

    No wonder we're calling it a smartphone world - every aspect of our life is governed by this little gadget that we constantly move from one place to another. This dependency may not only take its toll on ourselves, but also on our phone. Apart from energy...

  • Telenav's Scout gets voice chat uplift, part of new redesign process

    28 June 2015 ( #news )

    Telenav, the industry leader in location-based services, announced on Thursday a new voice chat feature to its free Scout mobile application that makes the process of meeting up with friends even easier and more fun. This new “Walkie Talkie” feature enhances...

  • YouTube's growing userbase actually means the demise of video content

    21 July 2015 ( #opinions )

    It came to my realization that YouTube is spawning videos that are passing the hundredth-million views mark with extreme ease these days. Scroll through some of your most liked commercial music and you'll find that probably each and every one of them...

  • This is how you stave off the most severe Android security vulnerability

    07 August 2015 ( #product review )

    The end of July brought bad news for Android phone owners everywhere, as the most recent major flaw of the operating system, dubbed Stagefright by Joshua Drake, a programmer working with company Zimperium who discovered it, took Android world by storm....

  • GPSWOX aims to make tracking multiple devices a breeze

    16 August 2015 ( #productreview )

    People in the developed world are becoming owners on a large scale of devices capable to track geo-location by using GPS technology. Such capabilities have empowered individuals to keep track of valuable items loved ones while being remote. Whether it’s...

  • Instagram gets a step closer to being a perfect real-time reporting tool through InstMap

    17 September 2015 ( #product review )

    Content is being produced in all forms and generated with a power so great that one in thirty people in the world creates some form of it every minute. This trend is only going forward, since more and more local and niche platforms appear, and this poses...

  • WideTraffic makes a bid to being an important open ad network

    29 September 2015 ( #product review )

    One of the news on everybody’s lips in the in the past weeks has been the new iOS deployment now allowing ad-blocking in Safari. This tone set by a leading company such as Apple means that publishers will follow suit and tailor the browsing experience...

  • Twitter Roll 27/09-3/10/2015

    04 October 2015 ( #Twitter )

    This week has been filled with these bits and pieces on Twitter: We launched the first corporate accelerator in Romania, in partnership with Life is Hard (Work Soft). Who's we? A team of four, working out of Hamburg via London via Cluj Napoca via Bucharest,...

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