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from http://venturebeat.com/ 3 days ago

Google today added support for Content Security Policy (CSP) to Gmail. The security feature protects users by stopping extensions from loading unsafe code. CSP is a computer security concept for preventing cross-site scripting (XSS) and related attacks. It provides a standard HTTP header that allows website owners to declare approved ...

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from http://venturebeat.com/ 3 days ago

An eight person jury in a federal court in Oakland, California has declared Apple innocent of antitrust charges leveled at it by a group of iPod users. The decision was unanimous. In the class action suit, the plaintiffs had claimed that Apple had blocked them from downloading music from non-iTunes ...

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from http://venturebeat.com/ 3 days ago

The world still loves technology, and that’s good for one of the industry’s biggest events, the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show, Jan. 6 to Jan. 9 in Las Vegas. Gary Shapiro, the president and chief executive of the Consumer Electronics Association, promises that it will once again be the place ...

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We once described business intelligence company Mattermark as “counting cards” when it comes to evaluating startups amid a sea of gamblers. And it looks like the strategy is paying off, as the company is announcing today that it has raised $6.5 million in a first round of institutional funding. The ...

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from http://venturebeat.com/ 3 days ago

Instagram just got a little bit richer, with the addition of five new filters, slow-motion video uploading, and real-time commenting. In a blog post this morning, the popular photo-sharing app, which just hit 300 million accounts last week, said it is adding the five new filters, the first since “Mayfair ...

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Twitter is rolling out two new targeting features for mobile advertisers to get even more specific about the people they reach. The new features allow advertisers to target based on the users’ mobile carrier and whether they’re using a new device. Mobile carriers will now be able to exclude people ...

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Get all the tech funding news of the day delivered straight to your mailbox! Sign up for Funding Daily and never miss a deal. Here’s a list of today’s tech funding stories, updated as the day unfolds. Tip us here if you have a deal to share. Adyen raises $250M ...

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Location awareness is one of the most useful and popular features for mobile apps, but relying on GPS for accuracy can take a huge toll on battery life. A new Silicon Valley startup thinks there’s another way. Today, VentureBeat has learned, PathSense will unveil a software development kit allowing mobile ...

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from http://jimsmarketingblog.com 3 days ago

Yes, your prices or fees could be too high. Alternatively, you could be marketing to the wrong people. Insanely expensive or a wonderful deal? I was with a friend yesterday, who has just bought a car. Someone overheard him telling me what he paid for it and immediately told him, ...

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from http://jimsmarketingblog.com 3 days ago

It’s amazing how much control you have over your results, so long as you’re willing to accept responsibility. You can’t control another person’s attitude, but you can control how you react. You can’t control the economy, but you can control how you adapt. You can’t control your past, but you ...

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from http://jimsmarketingblog.com 3 days ago

When someone reads your social network updates, your blog posts, newsletter articles or the marketing pages of your website: Does it tell them what you stand for? Does it explain why they should give a rat’s ass about your business? Does it show them why they should dump their current ...

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from http://jimsmarketingblog.com 3 days ago

There is no shortage of buzzwords or people who feel the need to use them. Intersection. Ruckus. Disrupt. Paradigm. … these buzzwords and many others, are used by people in an effort to appear informed, fashionable or relevant. Interestingly, buzzwords do neither of these. In fact, they have the exact ...

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from http://jimsmarketingblog.com 3 days ago

I spoke with a service provider yesterday. He’s working hard, working long hours too… yet he’s still really struggling. Why? He’s competing for clients by trying to make his fees as low as possible. He’s in a race to the bottom with a handful of equally misguided competitors. Now, his ...

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from http://jimsmarketingblog.com 3 days ago

If your business isn’t growing as fast as you want it to, today’s post is written just for you. It always looks closed I took my friend to his chiropractor recently. As we arrived, I asked him if he was sure he had the correct appointment time, as the place ...

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from http://jimsmarketingblog.com 3 days ago

If you want clients and prospective clients to think of you as the go-to person, for whatever service you provide, I believe you’ll find this post really useful. It’s based around 3 steps you can take, which will change the way people think and feel about you, so you become ...

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