Upwork in San Francisco Chronicle

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Upwork, a global marketplace for freelance work, found an enthusiastic reception for its Wall Street debut Wednesday. Trading under the symbol UPWK, the company saw shares begin trading at $23. They rose to $23.49 before closing at $21.18, a 41...
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Plantronics Elara in VentureBeat

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Desk phones are a staple of office cubicles everywhere. But with as many as a third of employees relying on mobile devices for day-to-day communications, it seems their days are numbered. In anticipation of that shift, Plantronics today launched the...
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FireEye in New York Times

SAN FRANCISCO — FireEye, a cybersecurity company that has been involved in a number of prominent investigations, including the 2016 attack on the Democratic National Committee, alerted Facebook in July that it had a problem. Security analysts at the company...
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Vudu in Variety

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Walmart is in fact looking at entering the subscription-video space to compete with Netflix, Amazon and Hulu, sources confirmed — and the retailing giant is planning to launch the service through its Vudu digital-entertainment division, Variety has learned. Vudu has...
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Arena of Valor in Variety

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Tencent Games will have a public presence at E3 for the first time this year, as they will host the “Arena of Valor” playoffs, along with esports company ESL. Tencent Games, which has holdings in Riot, Epic Games, and mobile developer Supercell, is...
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HP FitStation in Outside Magazine

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The partnership between Brooks, HP, and Superfeet uses biomechanical analysis and 3-D foot scanning to create a pair of shoes built especially for you On Wednesday, Brooks announced that its customizable running shoe will hit shelves in early 2019 with a limited run of 1,914...
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Cofense in ZDNet

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PhishMe has been acquired by a private equity consortium in a deal which valued the firm at $400 million. On Monday, the company said that as part of the acquisition, PhishMe will now be known as Cofense. Founded in 2011,...
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Hitachi Vantara and Lumada in BOSS Magazine

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Manufacturers and others in heavy industry are beginning to adopt IoT technology. Although there’s still a ways to go, companies are deploying more and more IoT sensors to collect data and make important business decisions in real time. But technology is on...
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Intel Optane in Gizmodo

Another hellish year on this mortal plane is about to come to a conclusion. Soon, hopefully, the abject mediocrity will fade and we’ll forget everything that was boring or bland. Instead, we’ll remember only the very best and the very...
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Freeman Fuzion in Trade Show News Network

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As a global provider of brand experiences that has been advancing in the event technology space, Freeman understands the industry-wide challenges of digital tool integration. In an effort solve this often frustrating issue and create a more seamless experience for...
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