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VenueNext raises $15 million to take its app beyond U.S. sports stadiums
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 VenueNext Inc. has raised $15 million in Series B funding to bring its venue management technology to Europe, and beyond the live entertainment industry. Among other things, using VenueNext apps, people can wave their mobile tickets at the gate to get into a game or concert, order food, drinks or merchandise to be delivered to their seats, and get information and amenities that they need when… Read More [...]
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According to Apple’s official figures, iOS 10 adoption rate now at 54%
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 Apple has unveiled its own official measurements for iOS 10 adoption, which comes in at 54 percent. That means the majority of iOS device owners are running the new mobile operating system. What’s interesting, however, is how different Apple’s official figures are from the third-party estimates released earlier this week, which saw much higher adoption among their install base… Read More [...]
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Google’s Project Fi gets a group plan
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 Project Fi, Google’s wireless service, is getting a group plan today. While most cell services let you choose a “family plan,” which typically entails the ability to include additional lines at a discount, Fi didn’t yet offer this option. Like you would expect from Fi, it’s all pretty straightforward, but don’t expect to get a massive discount. Project… Read More [...]
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Dropbox rolls out PDF signing, iMessage integrations and picture-in-picture on iOS
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 Dropbox is still working its way through the enterprise world in order to show the world it isn’t just dumb online storage — which, given as simple as it was to use, was one of the tool’s original top selling points. So it’s had to shift gears in order to focus on larger companies, and that means consistently rolling out new tools that companies need as they start to… Read More [...]
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