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  • Laura Geller Wagers on Blucarat for Social Commerce

    Cosmetics retailer Laura Geller Beauty and startup Blucarat are partnering on the next wave of online customer experience — integrating a social community directly into a retailer's product website. Today Blucarat announced Laura Geller has  picked its "socially-enabled commerce solution" to launch a fully integrated social community.

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  • WebRTC Video Decision Delayed, Stalling Development

    A closely followed Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) meeting in Vancouver last week took an anticlimactic and mysterious turn. Committee members failed to reach a consensus on an important component of the new web-based communications standards called WebRTC. RTC stands for Real Time Communication.

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  • The Twitter IPO: All You Need to Know

    You might have heard: Twitter had an IPO today. It achieved a market capitalization of $25 billion to $26 billion, even though the company has yet to hit $1 billion in revenue and has not earned a dime of profit. But clearly, people were excited.

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  • Pricey Twitter Hits the NYSE Today at $26 A Share

    Twitter becomes one of the most high-profile US initial public offerings since Facebook today. After raising its starting price range once, it boosted the share price even higher, causing concern among some investors.

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  • Microsoft Trims Its List, Checks It Twice

    Microsoft is gearing up for the holiday season by wishing for a new CEO. The company has trimmed its CEO choices down to five, according to a report last night from Reuters. Many observers still consider former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop to be the favorite.

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  • WebRTC, Video Codecs and Why You Should Care

    Right now, a bunch of nerds on the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in Vancouver are making big decisions about the next big wave in web communications standards. And these decisions will have a big impact on some of the largest technology companies, for many years to come.

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  • Shareholder Vote Against Oracle Pay: What's it Mean?

    Oracle Corp. shareholders are putting up a rare and semi-successful fight against rising executive pay at Oracle Corp. In a non-binding "say-on-pay" vote at Oracle's annual meeting yesterday, they rejected the pay packages for top managers, including Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Larry Ellison.

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