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5 Tips for Uber Drivers in Indianapolis, Lafayette, and Bloomington

Being an Uber Driver can be frustrating in smaller cities. While it can be lucrative if you do a little planning, much of the time really good fares are dumb

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Hacking For Cause: Today’s Growing Cyber Security Trend

By Dan Lohrmann What do the following data-breach headlines from the past year have in common? The Sony Pictures hack: Everything we know so far; Anonymous hackers release emails ordering

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The Thin Black-Clad Line

By Jon Evans We live in a cyberpunk novel. Every major nation-state clandestinely develops (and/or purchases) carefully targeted malware, and constantly probes—or penetrates—other nations’ defenses while desperately evaluating their offensive

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Yahoo To Get Its Iconic San Francisco Billboard Back

By Drew Olanoff Happy 20th Birthday, Yahoo! What did you get, what did you get? I bet there’ll be parties galore. Gifts, prizes. Presents! – A BILLBOARD! A Billboard? –

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Visa Selected Three Black-Founded Startups To Help Solve Its Marketing Challenges

By Megan Rose Dickey On the heels of U.S. President Barack Obama hosting the first-ever White House demo day, which placed an emphasis on diversity, Visa has announced the winners

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Understanding The Future Of Mobility

By Jonathan Matus,Stefan Heck We recently had the opportunity to participate in two important conferences focused on the future: one on the on-demand economy (On Demand Economy 2015) and the

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UK-Based Carphone Warehouse Hack Could Affect Up To 2.4M Customers

By Drew Olanoff Happy Saturday! Today, UK-based mobile retailer Carphone Warehouse shared with its customers that it had been the subject of a “sophisticated” cyber attack, potentially laying bare the

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Gillmor Gang: Foxy Lady

By Steve Gillmor The Gillmor Gang — Robert Scoble, John Borthwick, Kevin Marks, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Friday, August 7, 2015. Thanks to Twitter and a mid-debate nap, the

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Plate IQ Turns Paper Invoices Into Predictive Insights

By Natasha Lomas YC-backed Plate IQ is using smartphone tech to tackle a recurring paper-based pain-point for small and medium-sized restaurants — namely the stack of invoices they get from

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Cities As Platforms

By Gerard Grech Take a look at the last decade’s fastest-growing companies. You’ll notice they have one thing in common: They’re all platforms.YouTube was not the first video-hosting site, but