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  • GateHouse’s UpCurve Acquires Closely to Complement ThriveHive

    GateHouse Media’s small and medium-sized business solutions provider UpCurve announced this morning that it has acquired Perry Evans’ Denver-based local/social tech company Closely. The company will be integrated into ThriveHive’s digital solutions, deepening UpCurve’s ability to aggregate and analyze SMB data.

    David Hirschman/ Street Fight- 17 readers -
  • Google Maps gets a new look

    The world is an ever-evolving place. And as it changes, Google Maps changes with it. As roads close, businesses open, or local events happen in your neighborhood, you’ll see it on Google Maps. When you schedule an event using Google Calendar, get a reservation confirmation in Gmail, or add a restaurant to your “Want to Go” list, Google Maps reflects that too.

    The Official Google Blogin Google- 15 readers -
  • The winners and losers of the EU’s new ePrivacy law

    The European Union’s new ePrivacy regulation is becoming a nightmare for the digital media and advertising industries. It’s easy to confuse the ePrivacy regulation with the General Data Protection Regulation, a broader law addressing consumer data privacy that has dominated the market’s attention lately.

    Digiday- 28 readers -
  • Do more from your inbox with Gmail add-ons

    For many of us, email is mission control—the prompt to generate an invoice, prepare a presentation or follow up on a sales opportunity. With so many to-dos, imagine if you could complete these tasks directly from your inbox without interrupting your workflow. We believe email can do more, which is why we’re launching Gmail Add-ons, a new way to work with your favorite busine ...

    The Official Google Blog- 21 readers -
  • Cancelled

    All those meetings you have tomorrow--they were just cancelled. The boss wants you to do something producti ...

    Seth Godin/ Seth Godin's Blog- 14 readers -
  • Know your cookies: A guide to internet ad trackers

    Tougher measures on how people’s data is used to track advertising are coming. That means more acute scrutiny of the use of cookies — the prime method of ad tracking. For all the advertising industry’s gesticulation about the cookie’s demise and the rise of people-based audience planning that is ID- rather than cookie-based, online advertising still relies heavily on cookies for tracking.

    Digiday- 21 readers -
  • Meet a few of our machine learning makers

    From reinventing your smartphone to helping you play rock-paper-scissors, AI is changing the way we use technology today. And while we hear about all the new things we’re able to do thanks to machine learning, we don’t always hear about the people shaping machine learning itself. Who are they? What inspired them to get into the field? And what do they geek out about when it c ...

    The Official Google Blog- 30 readers -
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