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Just in time for Thanksgiving, Whole Foods cuts more prices - CNET

The Amazon-owned grocer trimmed prices on Thanksgiving staples, including turkeys and russet potatoes. It also offered extra savings for Prime members.

Mux Opens Early Access to Mux Video API

Mux, maker of online video tools and infrastructure, has announced early access to Mux Video. Mux Video is an API that prepares video for streaming online. Built by online video veterans, the Mux team built Mux Video as a result of a paradox that has arisen with the increased popularity of online video. Show More Summary

Kickstarter relaunches Drip as a subscription crowdfunding service

Kickstarter made a name for itself as one of the first and most successful crowdfunding platforms, but since it launched in 2009, Kickstarter has had one major limitation: It only works for onetime projects. That changed today with the...Show More Summary

The Old CompuServe Forums Are Shutting Down

The CompuServe Forums, which have existed in some form or another since the 80s, are shutting down. So if you want to experience the Reddit of its day before it disappears, you have until December 15 to check them out. And you won’t even have to pay an exorbitant fee to do so. Show More Summary

MekaMon lets you live out your robot battle fantasies in augmented reality

Augmented reality may still be just a toy for most, but that toy just became a lot more interesting with the launch today of MekaMon, a small spiderlike robot that you can control and fight in AR. Designed by U.K.-based robotics company...Show More Summary

FlowPlay connects with Dragonchain to build blockchains for social gaming

Social gaming platform developer FlowPlay Inc. today announced a partnership with Walt Disney Co.-incubated blockchain Dragonchain Inc. with the intent to build secure blockchain-based monetization for casual and social games. Dragonchain...Show More Summary

GitHub Launches Teletype for Atom to Make Social Coding Easier

GitHub today unveiled Teletype for Atom, a new tool that aims to make real-time social coding much easier. Atom is a free, open-source text editor that GitHub first released in 2014. With Teletype, which is currently in beta, developers anywhere in the world can collaborate without latency using Atom.

Hitachi Vantara strives to empower big data, societal innovations

In 12 years with Pentaho Corp., Anthony DeShazor (pictured) has seen the company go through a number of evolutions. Now chief solution architect and senior vice president of customer success at Hitachi Vantara Corp. — Hitachi Data Systems Corp. Show More Summary

Barracuda releases new DevOps features for its cloud firewall products

Cloud security and data solutions firm Barracuda Networks Inc. today announced new cloud features for its main firewall products. The new public cloud functions, which will be available in both the Barracuda Web Application FirewallShow More Summary

[Sponsor] Microsoft App Center

Microsoft just launched App Center, a service for Apple developers that connects to your GitHub repo to automatically build, test, distribute, and monitor iOS and Mac apps. App Center is the next generation of HockeyApp, which was acquired...Show More Summary

PlayStation's new Star Wars Battlefront II ad is a mean romance - CNET

Commentary: To celebrate the launch of EA's new game, Sony offers a very different take on boy meets girl.

See the world's longest track of sauropod dinosaur prints - CNET

Talk about bigfoot. The world's longest sauropod trackway follows an epic set of prints left by an absolute beast of a dinosaur.

Firefox Ditches Yahoo for Google as Default Search Provider by @MattGSouthern

Google is once again the default search provider for Firefox, marking the end of a three-year partnership with Yahoo. The post Firefox Ditches Yahoo for Google as Default Search Provider by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

The Hidden SEO Risk of Broken Redirects by @therealseoradar

Preserve your valuable links and avoid SEO disaster. Here's how to protect yourself against broken redirects. The post The Hidden SEO Risk of Broken Redirects by @therealseoradar appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

1 Incredibly Sweet Blogging Benefit and the Price You Must Pay to Receive it

I got pulled into a YouTube binge watching tornado last night. I felt like I could not get out. The gravitational pull reeled me in, keeping me in front of the Chromebook, demanding me to watch the endless travel or vlogger videos. I was caught in the loop. Show More Summary

Smarsh to merge with rival in bid to become a $100M compliance powerhouse

Managing internal communications is a tricky business for enterprises. They not only need to ensure that employees can interact with peers and outside contacts without any technical obstacles, but also store correspondences for extended periods of time to meet compliance requirements. Show More Summary

Computing channel partners shift from distribution to services model

Enterprise computing has traditionally seen customers buying their own equipment and integrating the systems themselves. With the software as a service model becoming the new industry standard, channel partners accustomed to reselling and distributing equipment, virtual or otherwise, are getting caught flat-footed shifting toward a services approach. Show More Summary

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