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Hinge: “Tinder Without the Creeps” Launches in Florida

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We can all agree that you can find some weirdos on Tinder! Wouldn’t it be nice to swipe right without the fear that the person may be a creep/crazy/sociopath? That’s what Hinge app offers for people looking to meet people. Hinge is a social discovery app that helps you meet new people through friends, and it’s launching… Read more »


African Datacenters: Understanding Challenges in Emerging Infrastructure in Developing Countries  

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Datacenters are built to provide continuous computing operations and network connectivity to high value computing tasks. They are typically used to increase processing power and store large quantities of data and information. They also serve as the backbone of our modern technological society, especially with the growing migration to the cloud. Unfortunately, there are still… Read more »


5 Online Marketing Trends of 2014

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Some online marketing trends are going to take years to die, and some come-and-go within a matter of months. We are well in to the year 2014, so here are some of the most prevalent trends of the year. Images are still becoming more and more search engine friendly   Image courtesy: Google Blog Google… Read more »


5 Reasons Most Tech Startups Fail

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Starting and maintaining a business isn’t easy, but starting and maintaining a tech company is something else altogether. A study conducted by Startup Compass found that over 90% of all tech startups fail. In this article we take a look at the top 5 reasons why. Market Decline The tech industry moves at a very… Read more »


Sam Altman: We’re Increasing Efforts to Recruit More Black Entrepreneurs Into Y Combinator

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Last Friday, Y Combinator president Sam Altman said that the seed accelerator will be greatly increasing efforts to recruit more black entrepreneurs through their program. Y Combinator recently opened up the application process for its 2015 Winter class of startups, and Altman said that they’re hoping to increase the number of black applicants by adding black colleges… Read more »