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Students and entrepreneurs can take it easy now. A group of 20 people representing the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises, Ministry of Agriculture, Department of Information Technology and banks like Small Industries Development Bank of India are devising methods to support their business plans.
Solutions like Adometry’s TagScan can help to find and deter tag fraud and malvertising, like the attacks launched against the New York Times a couple of years ago.
thismoment, a Social Content Management System for brands, today announced their sponsorship of the Entertainment and Games hub at Social Media Week 2012 in San Francisco. The hub will be held on Friday, February 17th and will include social industry leaders sharing their ideas and engaging in discussions covering the impact of social media on the entertainment and gaming industries at large.
Given that food retailers make just pennies on the dollar, it’s probably not surprising that a software tool like price optimization would catch on as it has.
A Month In, Facebook Timeline Brings New Growth For Payvment, Myspace, Yahoo News, Pinterest, And Others
Having rolled out Timeline at the end of last year, Facebook followed up in mid January by letting third-party apps integrate with the reverse-chronological scrapbooking feature. Apps like Pinterest, Yahoo News and Fab began letting you post stories that stay as permanent reminders of news stories, designs, photos or anything else that you experience via a web or mobile app.
While many IPOs struggle to rise, InvenSense has risen more than 100% since its debut. Why? That’s what we wondered. Whereas Zynga (NASDAQ: ZNGA [FREE Stock Trend Analysis]) initially tanked during its initial public offering (and only rebounded on rumors of a major entry into the world of online gambling), InvenSense (NYSE: INVN) has been growing steadily since its public debut three months ago. And when it finally took a hit on January 26, the stock rebounded two days later.
Nexenta(R) Systems, the world leader in OpenStorage solutions, today announced it finished the 2011 fiscal year with record results. Nexenta announced that sales were up by 400 percent from 2010, it added a slate of seasoned executives to its management ranks and bolstered its more than 4,000-member customer list with some widely known names.