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In an email which was sent out to its users, Flud CEO Bobby Ghoshal confirmed that the firm will look to sell its technology and intellectual property, but didn’t detail the reason behind its... exit from the marketplace.

“Flud managed to capture the hearts of millions of you all around the world and we thank you for giving us the opportunity to work for you, every day, for the...

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Surveying 2,950 physicians for its annual “Taking the Pulse” survey, Manhattan Research claimed that 72% of physicians now own a tablet, a figure which represents a 10% rise from 2012. The... figure also shows just how quickly adoption has risen – the same study revealed that just 30% of physicians had a tablet back in 2011.

The researchers behind the study asked doctors on how...

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Pulse is a product of San Francisco-based Alphonso Labs.

If the purchase goes through, Pulse would join SlideShare as LinkedIn's other notable social media acquisition. LinkedIn also earlier... bought Cardmunch, an iPhone app that transcribes pictures of business cards you’ve collected and adds them to iPhone's contact list. 

According to a report in AllThingsD, LinkedIn w...

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Announcing the new via a blog post, Pulse maker Alphonso Labs confirmed that the Pulse apps will contain a new ‘premium sources’ service, which will enable Pulse readers to subscribe to... certain sections of the Wall Street Journal through their Pulse smartphone or tablet apps.

Packages for the WSJ start at under a dollar a month, with the $0.99 WSJ Water Cooler section providi...

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Toronto-based Indigo Books & Music founded Kobo in 2009, and the company remains Kobo's majority shareholder. Two weeks ago, Kobo announced the release of its new Kobo Vox tablet and Pulse social... reading service. Indigo estimates it will receive between $140 million and $150 million on the sale.

With headquarters in the Shinagawa region Tokyo, Rakuten is an Internet services and e-commerce c...