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Getting serious about 'operations as a service', Jungle Ventures brings on board Ratan Tata
Considering the steadily increasing number of startups in India, I'm sure Ratan Tata wanted a piece of the cake for himself too. Also, joining as a me...
Parvathi Nambiar - 39 mins ago
How to discover the next big game before the top charts do
But that's presuming that there are a lot of long tail quality content. It could be a bad experience for users if content ain't good isn't it? Great a...
Ray Otempo - 41 mins ago
5 things I learned from Steve Jobs' Stanford commencement speech
Great quotes from Job's speech! I like Neil Gaiman's speech as well, especially the following, "But the one thing that you have that nobody else has...
redtail knife - 51 mins ago
Xiaomi starts production in Brazil ahead of first phone launch outside Asia
I thought they wanted to set up a factory in Indonesia?
JR - 56 mins ago
Reddit shuts down AMA feature after key employee left
Is Reddit dying after the firing of AMA coordinator Victoria Taylor? http://www.amuzly.com/reddit-dooming-after-firing-ama-victoria-taylor-1672/
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