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Top 75 SAAS Blogs and Websites for SAAS Founders and Sales Professionals

Top 75 SAAS blogs SAAS Blogs List The Best SAAS blogs from thousands of top SAAS blogs in our index using search and social metrics. Data will be refreshed once a week. These blogs are ranked based on following criteria Google reputation and Google search ranking Influence and popularity on Facebook, twitter and other social media sites Quality and consistency of posts. ...

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Apple Removes Payments Support for White Nationalist Merchants

While Apple Pay, Apple’s biometrically-secured digital payment service, has expanded in all directions – geographically, technologically, and commercially – Apple has at last found limits to that growth with its quiet removal of Apple Pay support from three white nationalist websites. The websites, two of which are still operational, had sold paraphernalia like shirts featuring the slogan “White Pride”, with ...

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Redmi Note 5A High Edition Features FPC Sensor

Fingerprint Cards technology is being used in another of Xiaomi’s Redmi devices. The company has announced that the Redmi Note 5A features an FPC1035 sensor. It’s the same sensor model used in various other devices in Xiaomi’s Redmi line, including the Redmi 4, the Redmi 4 Pro, and the Redmi Note 4X. Xiaomi has also been an enthusiastic FPC client ...

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Bilingual Bixby Launches Worldwide

Bixby, Samsung’s voice-based AI assistant, is now available on Samsung devices worldwide, with the company announcing that Bixby has arrived in 200 countries and territories. It’s a dramatic expansion given that Bixby only just enabled English language support and launched in the US last month. The platform’s language capabilities have not expanded along with its new global availability – Bixby ...

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The Village Voice will no longer publish a print edition

 The Village Voice, the oldest and best-known of the alternative weekly newspapers, announced today that it will no longer publish a print edition. The decision was made by new owner Peter Barbey, who emphasized that this isn’t the end of The Voice itself — the company says the publication will “maintain its iconic progressive brand with its digital platform and ...

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LinkedIn opens video uploads to all as part of a bigger video push

 Video is the name of the game in social networking: sites like Facebook and Twitter have been doubling down on the medium in recent years to drive more traffic and engagement from users, and also as a platform to snare in more premium advertising away from traditional television broadcasters; Snapchat put video at the core of its service from day ...

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In Machine Learning, Failure Is A Good Thing

In the accelerating pace of business, companies are striving to be data-driven. To be a data-driven enterprise means to relentlessly measure, monitor, predict, and act on the pulse of the business in a continuous and automated manner. To do so, an enterprise needs to communicate the value of data across the entire organization, act as catalyst to persuade cultural change to ...

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Walmart expands its grocery delivery business, powered by Uber

 Walmart is expanding a test of its grocery delivery service, powered by Uber, the company announced this week. The retailer is now offering grocery delivery in two new markets – Dallas and Orlando – which join Tampa and Phoenix as locations where consumers can shop online for grocery items, then opt to have them come to their home for an ...

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Open Banking: How To Avoid A Shipwreck

In less than six months, open banking sets sail. We do not want open banking to be like Twelfth Night: a shipwreck. As Shakespeare’s extraordinary play unfolds, it slips into a environment similar to today’s. The production may be magical, but there is also the presence of a wise fool (Feste) and a whistling regulator (Malvolio). Here are three rules ...

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The top 7 startups from Y Combinator S’17 Demo Day 1

 A stem cell cryobank, self-flying personal planes, and an augmented reality data platform were amongst the highlights of the prestigious Y Combinator startup accelerator’s Summer 2017 Demo Day part 1. You can read about all 50 startups that launched today in verticals like AI and biotech, and check back later for the full list and favorites from day 2. For ...

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