Intel Optane featured on Curiosity.com

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Upwork in New York Times

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Don’t listen to President Trump. Going back to the good old days will cost us.   Shortly after Donald Trump was elected president, John Solak, a resident of Binghamton, N.Y., began lobbying the city to rename its Main Street “Trump...
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HP WorkWise in TechRadar Pro

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HP, like every other Windows-bent PC firm, has made its mission to outdo Microsoft’s own Surface line, especially in the workplace. The second attempt from HP, unveiled in Barcelona at MWC 2017, seems better suited than ever to enamor employees...
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Clover Health in Bloomberg Technology

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Tech investors have injected about $300 million into Clover Health, an insurance startup attempting to use data to keep its customers healthy. Wearing blue scrubs and a 1,000-watt smile, Nikesha McPherson arrives for her annual visit to the home of an octogenarian...
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Asana on CNBC

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During last year's imbroglio over Amazon.com's hard-charging culture, Asana co-founder Dustin Moskovitz wrote a blog post titled "Work Hard, Live Well," promoting a very different kind of tech environment. Employees have rallied around that message. In a report released Thursday...
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Starbucks Refreshers in the Seattle Times

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The brightly colored Starbucks drinks — the so-called “rainbow drinks” found only on the company’s “secret menu” — are all over social media right now. But they also seem to be causing at least some confusion, if not headaches, for...
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Versalume in Street Insider

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Corning Incorporated (NYSE: GLW) announced its investment in Versalume LLC, a new company headquartered in California's Silicon Valley. Versalume will focus on developing smart, integrated products and solutions based on Corning Fibrance Light-Diffusing Fiber. Fibrance is an innovative optical fiber created...
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Clover Health in Fortune

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Clover Health, an upstart health insurance company, just raised $160 million in new funding, making the round one of the largest for the burgeoning healthcare technology sector. This brings Clover’s total funding to $285 million. Clover is trying to use...
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Intel Optane in PCWorld

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3D Xpoint technology, also known as Optane, is up to 1000x faster than NAND and an individual die can store 128Gbits of data. Credit: Intel Intel’s been quiet about its super-fast Optane memory and SSD products, but a few emerging...
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Talix in San Francisco Business Times

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Healthline Networks, a San Francisco-based digital health company with two discordant product lines, has split in two in the hope of creating two successful progeny. One portion, the fast-growing Healthline Media, will attempt to take on WebMD in the consumer...
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