New Funding for Workplace Software Firms Skedulo and Scope AR

Two young San Francisco companies on Wednesday announced fundraisings to bolster their online services aimed at improving workforce efficiency.—Skedulo, which helps managers schedule assignments for field service personnel, says it raised $28 million in a Series B funding round led by M12, Microsoft’s corporate venture arm. Joining in the round were previous investors Blackbird, a venture capital firm based near Sydney, Australia, and Palo Alto, CA-based Costanoa Ventures. M12 principal Priya S...
Tags: Deals, Startups, Mobile, Microsoft, Workplace, Internet, Entrepreneurship, Funding, San Francisco, Trends, Tech, Unilever, Web, It, Vc, Software

New Accelerator Aims For Social Change With AR, VR, Gaming Startups

Games for Change, a non-profit that promotes the use of games and immersive technology for social good, is taking applications from startup teams for a new accelerator program it’s launching in New York City.New York-based Games for Change already encourages game and XR developers, by a variety of means, to build societal benefits into their designs. The organization, founded in 2004, holds an annual festival with demos, workshops, and training sessions, and also operates awards programs and st...
Tags: Startups, Games, Internet, Entrepreneurship, Funding, San Francisco, Trends, Tech, Web, It, Vc, Software, Innovation, Venture Capital, Virtual Reality, Berkshire Hathaway

Why, Maker of Self-Driving Tech, is Moving to San Diego

Tech salaries may not be as high outside of Silicon Valley, but neither is the cost of operating a business—or the cost of living.San Diego’s startup community has rejoiced in recent months as massive companies that employ thousands of engineers—including Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), and the tech arm of Walmart (NYSE: WMT)—have announced expansions in the region.Local entrepreneurs hope that investment will make other tech businesses, including early-stage companies, more comfor...
Tags: Startups, Elon Musk, Hardware, Entrepreneurship, Trends, Tech, Tesla, Bloomberg, Palo Alto, Software, San Diego, Silicon Valley, Self-driving Cars, George Hotz, Aapl, Ashlee Vance

SUSE to Present Kubernetes Track at @KubeSUMMIT | @SUSE @CSeader #OpenStack #DevOps #CloudNative #Serverless #Kubernetes

Take advantage of autoscaling, and high availability for Kubernetes with no worry about infrastructure. Be the Rockstar and avoid all the hurdles of deploying Kubernetes. So Why not take Heat and automate the setup of your Kubernetes cluster? Why not give project owners a Heat Stack to deploy Kubernetes whenever they want to? Hoping to share how anyone can use Heat to deploy Kubernetes on OpenStack and customize to their liking. This is a tried and true method that I've used on my OpenStack c...
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Announcing @Colovore to Exhibit at @CloudEXPO Silicon Valley | #Cloud #AI #HPC #DataCenter #Storage #NVIDIA #MachineLearning

Your applications have evolved, your computing needs are changing, and your servers have become more and more dense. But your data center hasn't changed so you can't get the benefits of cheaper, better, smaller, faster... until now. Colovore is Silicon Valley's premier provider of high-density colocation solutions that are a perfect fit for companies operating modern, high-performance hardware. No other Bay Area colo provider can match our density, operating efficiency, and ease of scalability.r...
Tags: Software, Nvidia, Silicon Valley, Bay Area, CloudExpo Silicon Valley

Could OpenAI's 'too dangerous to release' language model be used to mimic you on online? Yes, says this chap: I built a bot to prove it

Facebook convos used to train chat dopey doppelganger A machine-learning software engineer has trained OpenAI’s too-dangerous-to-release language model on personal Facebook messages to show how easy it is to create a bot that can attempt to impersonate you.…
Tags: Facebook, Software

AllDup Duplicate File Finder 4.3.0

Find and remove duplicate files on your PC
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Trend Micro Virus Pattern File March 20, 2019

Latest Trend Micro compilation of patterns.
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McAfee ordered to pay $25m over claimed torture, murder of his Belize neighbor

Good luck, says anti-virus pioneer, I have no assets John McAfee has been ordered to pay $25m for the wrongful death of Gregory Faull, his former neighbor in Belize, but refuses to pay and claims he has no assets.…
Tags: Software, Belize, John Mcafee, McAfee, Gregory Faull

FTPPro 8.80842

FTPPro works just like Windows Explorer.
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A Better Finder Rename 10.40

Powerful file, photo, and MP3 batch rename
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Mozilla Improves Web Browser Security in Firefox 66 Update

Ahead of Pwn2Own, Mozilla released 21 security advisories for flaws that have now been fixed in the open-source web browser.
Tags: Firefox, Linux

FTPPro 8.80843

FTPPro works just like Windows Explorer.
Tags: Software

My Lambda Custom Runtimes bring all the .NET Core to the yard, and they're like... where is this headline going?

Good news for all AWS subscribers – whoa, not so fast, Visual Studioers Updated Lambda lovers, rejoice! You can now, from this week, write your cloudy functions in pretty much any version of .NET Core you like.…
Tags: Software

Five Commands To Use Calculator In Linux Command Line?

2DayGeek: These commands are allowed you to perform the calculation right from the terminal.
Tags: Linux

Trimmed-down Jetson Nano module ships on $99 Linux dev kit

Nvidia has launched a stripped-down, quad -A57 Jetson Nano module with a CUDA-ready 128-core Maxwell GPU. There[he]#8217[/he]s also a maker-friendly, $99 dev kit featuring the Linux-driven, AI-focused COM. At the GPU Technology Conference, Nvidia spun a version of its Arm-based, GPU-focused Jetson modules for the Linux maker market along with a $99 Dev Kit. The [[he]#8230[/he]]
Tags: Nvidia, Linux, Gpu, Jetson, Maxwell GPU, Jetson Nano, GPU Technology Conference Nvidia

Quick Exit 1.00

Quick Exit - fast and easy-to-use shutdown
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Microsoft buffs up its open-source halo to fine sheen with PostgreSQL GUI in Azure Data Studio

And an extension for those who prefer Visual Studio Code – but all very preview at the mo Microsoft has booted out a Postgres GUI for those moments when the command line is just too scary.…
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XAMPP 7.3.3-0 / 7.2.16-0 / 7.1.27-0 / 5.6.40-0

Is an easy to install Apache distribution
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Bless. It's VMware and Dell EMC's first jointly engineered hybrid cloud infrastructure solution

Cloud Foundation makes debut on Dell EMC VxRail systems VMware's Cloud Foundation hybrid cloud stack has hit version 3.7 and is available from April as a component of a pre-built private cloud appliance running on Dell EMC VxRail hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) kit.…
Tags: Software, Vmware, Hci, Dell EMC, Cloud Foundation

First, Google touts $150 AI dev kit. Now, Nvidia's peddling a $99 Nano for GPU ML tinkerers. Do we hear $50? $50?

It only took three fscking hours of keynote to announce it – where's the GPU optimization for that? GTC 2019 It's that time of year again. Jensen Huang, Nvidia’s CEO, paraded a range of goodies for GPU nerds, including a forthcoming credit-card sized AI computer board and software updates for its CUDA platform, during his company's annual GPU Technology Conference (GTC) in Silicon Valley on Monday.…
Tags: Software, Nvidia, Silicon Valley, Gpu, First Google, GPU Technology Conference GTC, Jensen Huang Nvidia

SecureAPlus 5.3.1

Free multi-antivirus & whitelisting software
Tags: Software

Event Log Explorer / Beta

Effective solution for event log analysis.
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