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Apple’s enterprise strategy begins to take shape

 When Apple announced its partnership with GE this week, it would have been easy to dismiss it as another random collaboration from a company people don’t generally associate with the enterprise. After all, Apple killed off their enterprise server product years ago. You might rightly ask, what exactly do they have to do with the enterprise these days? But if you consider the notion of… Read More

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Bipartisan bill seeks to regulate political ads on Facebook Twitter and Google

 A new bipartisan bill known as the Honest Ads Act is the first major attempt to regulate online platforms that sell ads with rules akin to those that apply to more traditional advertising on TV, radio and in print. The bill imposes regulations on social platforms, websites, ad networks and other online entities with more than 50 million unique users per month. Read More

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Data is the name of the game as Intel Capital puts 60M in 15 startups 566M in 2017 overall

 Intel Capital, the investment arm of the processor giant, is today announcing its latest tranche of investments, a total of nearly $60 million going in to 15 startups that are working on solving different problems in the bigger area of big data (with a full rundown below). The investments come on the back of a big year for the group: In 2017 so far, Intel says that it’s invested $566… Read More

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The first episode of ‘Bubbleproof’ sets the stage of chaos on Sand Hill Road

 Bubbleproof is a new mockumentary series following the misadventures of Reputation.com founder Michael Fertik and venture capitalist David Cowan as they launch a new fund. Watch the first episode of Bubbleproof… and if you like it, good news: We’ve already published the next three episodes. Read More

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SendGrid files for marketing email IPO

 Denver-based SendGrid has filed for an IPO. The company, which helps marketers send emails to customers, says in its S-1 that it’s processed more than “one trillion emails.” Revenue for last year was $79.9 million, compared with $58.5 million in 2015 and $42.3 million the year before. The business is unprofitable, losing $3.9 million in for 2016, compared to $5.9 million… Read More

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