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Beyond anti-virus: Sentinel Labs raises $12M to bring predictive intelligence to the enterprise security game

The enterprise computing landscape has changed dramatically in recent years, which means that the challenge of securing this environment has as well. Thanks to the emergence of trends like cloud computing, mobile devices, Internet-of-things, and bring your own device policies, enterprise networks are no-longer sterile, self-contained entities that can hide behind the shield of a [...]

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Palcohol has its label approval revoked: Here’s a fine grain analysis of what that means

This morning the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau reversed its April 8th approval of labels for powdered alcohol product Palcohol, saying “Those label approvals were issued in error and have since been surrendered.” Most of the press around Palcohol has lazily stated that the government had approved of the product, and this has [...]

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YP brings programatic buying to local ads with OpenX partnership

There’s a race underway among publishers and advertisers to deliver targeted local ads to consumers. Facebook appears positioned to get in on the mix thanks to its new location-aware features, while Google Maps, Foursquare, and Yelp have each dabbled in this area. The problem, historically, is that these local ads, more often than not, have [...]

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The real reasons why Walmart and Facebook are entering the money transfer space

Make no mistake about it, things are heating up in the money transfer sector. After years of almost no innovation, two giants recently announced plans to get into the financial services game. Earlier this week, we heard news that Facebook will be resurrecting its payments ambitions with the launch of a money transfer service in [...]

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Enplug drags digital signage into the social era, raising $2.5M and landing Porsche and Coffee Bean as clients

Digital signage is hardly an industry that screams for startup attention. Yes, the category hasn’t had much innovation in the decade plus that it’s been in existence, but it’s not like the dentist offices, restaurants, and casinos that host these screens are clamoring for technology. If anything, these signs are often an afterthought. Culver City-based [...]

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