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4 Cool New Startups at The Next Web Conference

The Next Web Conference has attracted several amazing startups from around the world that are trying to solve problems in our daily lives.

Here are four of the coolest startups at the event: 466 more words

Tech

Roku Strikes Fresh Deal to Integrate Rdio More Deeply into Its Platform

All Roku users where the service is available will be able to use Rdio’s free internet radio options, but if you’re a paying Rdio customer you can also access Rdio Unlimited, the company’s paid, on-demand streaming service. 62 more words

Streaming Apps & Devices

Business and Culture Collide at New York's TNW Conference

Tech entrepreneurs, investors and journalists will descend onto Wall Street this Wednesday for the annual U.S. installment of The Next Web Conference.

The theme of the event is “Where business and culture collide,” and the keynote speakers will tackle a variety of topics, ranging from management strategy, big data, marketing and more. 146 more words

Tech

The marketer’s guide to the benefits of Vimeo over YouTube

It’s very hard to argue against YouTube’s dominance in terms of volume, audience, and reach. Yet, when it comes to creating online video for your business, there might be a better choice. 147 more words

Web Tv

Uber Out of its Comfort Zone

Roberto Baldwin’s piece comments on a previous post by co-founder of The Next Web, Boris Veldhuijzen Van Zanten. He extends the recent issue over the possibility of the ride sharing service, Uber, planning to investigate journalists and their motives to write on Uber. 340 more words

Microsoft Wants to Tap Unused Tv Spectrum to Bring Internet Access Across India

Speaking to national daily Hindustan Times, Microsoft India chairman Bhaskar Pramanik explained, “Wi-Fi has a range of only about 100 metres, whereas the 200-300 MHz spectrum band available in the white space can reach up to 10 km. 40 more words

Television

How to Keep Remote Employees Accountable Without Playing Big Brother

Are you seeing colleagues less in-person because they are working in the field or from somewhere else? Michael writes on The Next Web about how increasing remote and mobile work necessitates increased, but not overbearing, accountability. 60 more words

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