Ello....Ello?
Heard of Ello? You may want to join this 'anti-Facebook' soon
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Since Facebook announced a new policy trying to make people use their real name on the social network, there has been quite a blowback from people like musicians, artists, and members of the LGBT community who use pseudonyms on the site for artistic purposes or to protect their real identities. One company is reaping the benefits of Facebook's "real name" stance and making a name for itself in the process. A social network called Ello, with some New England roots, has generated a ton of buzz over the past few days as people have inundated the site with invitation requests. The descriptor some are giving to the site: the "anti-Facebook." Read More
Hooked on Location
Skyhook launches new technology to deliver more targeted, personalized mobile content
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Skyhook Wireless, one of the pioneers of wireless positioning technology and location intelligence, announced Wednesday a new location-based "Context Accelerator" that allows brands to deliver personalized content — advertisements, relevant blog posts, restaurant and store reviews — to mobile device users anywhere. Read More
Out of the Box
Aaron Levie, Box see drones and Internet of Things as data sources of the future
Aaron Levie talking with Jason Pontin at EmTech MIT hosted by MIT Technology Review
Aaron Levie, the founder and chief executive of cloud content storage company Box, is in Cambridge today to talk about "Mobile Collaboration" at EmTech MIT hosted by MIT Technology Review. Before his talk, I caught up with him about what's next for Box, as well as the company's presence in Boston. Read More