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Writer and reporter @venturebeat, formerly @thenextweb. A misfit among misfits. I hate tpyos. Email: Paul(at)href="http://venturebeat.com" title="http://venturebeat.com" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">venturebeat.com.

Twitter's live video-streaming app, Periscope, is now available on Android

venturebeat.com — Enterprise companies tackle mobile marketing automation slightly differently-and that's why they're on top. Register today for this free VB Insight webinar with AEG's VP of Social and Marketing on . Twitter has finally launched its live video-streaming app, Periscope, for Android.

Infinit brings its slick P2P file-transfer app to iPad

venturebeat.com — Enterprise companies tackle mobile marketing automation slightly differently-and that's why they're on top. Register today for this free VB Insight webinar with AEG's VP of Social and Marketing on . Infinit is taking a big step forwards in its mission to become the go-to file-transfer app of choice, with the news that it's launching a version for iPad.

Microsoft announces 'Phone Companion' app for Windows 10 and teases Cortana for Android and iOS

venturebeat.com — Microsoft has revealed a new "Phone Companion" app for Windows 10 today, connecting your PC to whatever smartphone you use - Windows Phone, Android, or iOS. Additionally, Microsoft also finally confirmed details of a Cortana digital assistant app for Android and iOS, having previously only been available for Windows devices.

Is Skype a telecom operator? That's one question a Belgian court wants answered

venturebeat.com — Enterprise companies tackle mobile marketing automation slightly differently-and that's why they're on top. Register today for this free VB Insight webinar with AEG's VP of Social and Marketing on . Is Skype a telecom operator in a similar mould to AT&T or Verizon, or is it a software company that simply permits the transfer of communications over the Internet?

Ireland's gay marriage campaign reveals the perils of being a stock-photo model

venturebeat.com — The Republic of Ireland celebrated a huge victory for same-sex marriage this weekend, but one family perhaps wasn't celebrating quite so vehemently after a photo of the couple and their toddler was picked up from a stock-image website and used in support of the "No" campaign.

Amazon bows to European sales tax pressure

venturebeat.com — Amazon is changing the way it pays taxes in Europe, following a long-standing battle with authorities across the continent. The e-commerce giant says it is now reporting sales revenues from the U.K., Germany, Spain, and Italy, and follows severe criticism for the way it channels the bulk of its revenues through Luxembourg.

Dare to disrupt: Kickstarter's big European push shows its journey has only begun | VentureBeat | Business | by Paul Sawers

venturebeat.com — Kickstarter may be the poster child of the burgeoning crowdfunding industry, but the platform's limited global availability has hindered its wider adoption. This is starting to change, however. While anyone anywhere in the world has always been able to "back" a project, only those located in a select handful of countries could create a project and seek backers.

SwiftKey launches premium themes to help monetize its predictive keyboard on iOS

venturebeat.com — SwiftKey has finally lifted the lid on how it plans to monetize its smart predictive keyboard app for iOS. And it's taking a cue from how it makes money on Android.

Bitly launches Audience Intel to give marketers more data on how content is shared

venturebeat.com — Successful CMOs achieve growth by leveraging technology. Join us for GrowthBeat Summit on June 1-2 in Boston, where we'll discuss how to merge creativity with technology to drive growth. Space is limited. Request your personal invitation here! Bitly, famous for its ubiquitous URL-shortening service, is introducing a new tool designed to give marketers more data around how users share content.

Weathermob acquired by Japan's Weathernews to build a crowdsourced weather giant

venturebeat.com — Crowdsourced weather reporting platform Weathermob has been acquired by Weathernews Inc, a private weather data company headquartered in Japan. Founded out of Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 2011, Weathermob has often been called the Waze of weather, notching up more than 400,000 app downloads and a 100,000-strong active community who report on the local conditions where they are, using a dedicated iPhone app.
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May 26, 2015

Robert De Niro gives graduation speech at NYU, tells them they're "fucked." buff.ly/1AvGaSs

May 26, 2015

Twitter’s live video-streaming app, Periscope, is actually live now on Android >> buff.ly/1HIM2rq

May 26, 2015

RT @robinwauters: Improving Tech.eu Radar: you can now track funding rounds, countries, acquisitions and industries. It’s pretty cool: tech.eu/inside/4789/be…

May 26, 2015

Microsoft's new "Phone Companion" app is basically an easy way to sync your files across all your devices >> buff.ly/1AvD0hG

May 26, 2015

RT @TwopTwips: TURN any 30 minute Netflix programme into a feature length special thanks to Virgin Media's buffering speed. (via @amateuradam)

May 26, 2015

"The mystery of the power bank phone taking over Ghana" buff.ly/1Ar1c5f

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