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Japan’s SmartHR raises $13.3M led by 500 Startups

[ad_1] SmartHR, a startup helping Japanese employers run HR and staffing smarter — because that’s of course its name — has raised a JPY 1.5 billion ($13.3 million) Series B round led by 500 Startups Japan. The startup is perhaps comparable to the likes of Zenefits and Gusto in the U.S. — it aims to drag Japanese HR departments into today’s digital era. “In Japan few companies think about doing their HR online, they are accustomed to doing it in…

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Surprising result of calculating speeds of two cars hitting a tree / Boing Boing

[ad_1] Here’s the set up: two cars are side by side on the road. One car is going 70mph and the other is going 100mph. The drivers of the cars see a fallen tree in the road and start braking at the same time. The car that had been going 70mph stops right before touching the tree. How fast is the other car going when it hits the tree? The answer surprised me. Puzzle designer Fleb explains the rules for…

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Under Armour’s Olympic Speed Skating Suit Looks to Defeat Physics

[ad_1] The speed skating suit has always been the technical marvel of the Winter Olympics. With high-tech fabrics and unusual construction, it’s designed to eek out every bit of athletic optimization. In a sport where a thousandth of a second can determine who gets a medal and who doesn’t, athletes rely on technology to give them an edge. “We’re trying to get the body to be more aerodynamic than it is in its natural state,” says Clay Dean, chief innovation…

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Philippine volcano spews lava fountains, 40,000 people flee

[ad_1] The Philippines’ most active volcano continued to spew fountains of red-hot lava and massive ash plumes Tuesday in a dazzling but increasingly dangerous eruption that has sent 40,000 villagers to shelter in evacuation centers. Lava fountains gushed up 700 meters (2,300 feet) above Mount Mayon’s crater and ash plumes rose up to 3 kilometers (1.9 miles) at night and before daybreak, according to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology. An explosive eruption at noon Monday was the most…

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IBM results reveal plans to shift traditional analytics to SaaS

[ad_1] IBM has more than doubled its cloud revenue over the past three years, according to its latest financial results. The company reported fourth-quarter revenue of $22.5bn, up 4%. In the quarter, revenues from analytics increased by 9%, revenues from mobile rose by 23% and revenues from security leapt by 132%. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers. You also agree that your personal information…

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Patched Laptops: Testing Meltdown & Spectre Patches on Ultraportable-Class Hardware

[ad_1] You’ve probably seen our coverage and tests over the past few weeks on the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities, or more specifically the performance drops you can expect from the patches that address these issues. We’ve already covered what you can expect on modern desktop systems, however today we’ll be diving into the mobile side of things to see how Meltdown and Spectre patches affect ultraportable laptops. At this stage, patches for laptops are much more widely available than on…

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Trump’s solar tariffs shoot US clean energy in the foot

[ad_1] Trump’s solar tariffs shoot US clean energy in the foot President Donald Trump approved a plan to enact tariffs on imported solar cells and modules, committing an unforced error that promises to raise the price on one of the most promising renewable energy sources.  Circling the wagons: The move was precipitated… Read more President Donald Trump approved a plan to enact tariffs on imported solar cells and modules, committing an unforced error that promises to raise the price on one of the most promising renewable energy…

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Bitcoin broker Coinbase booked $1 billion in revenue last year — so the company has told hovering VCs to back off

[ad_1] Coinbase issues a statement that warns its own shareholders. Coinbase, the bitcoin trading broker that has exploded in popularity as cryptocurrencies surge and nose dive, has encountered an unusual problem for a Silicon Valley startup: Too many investors are trying to get in. The six-year-old company crossed $1 billion in revenue last year, Recode has learned from industry sources, a tremendous rise fueled by layman interest in both bitcoin and competing virtual currencies that users can buy and sell…

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Twitter finds more Russian troll accounts

[ad_1] Twitter has identified more than 1,000 additional accounts which it claims were used by the Kremlin to influence the US presidential election. The accounts were discovered as part of Twitter’s internal investigation into propaganda efforts by an organisation alleged to have links to the Russian government known as the Internet Research Agency. Almost 4,000 troll accounts were identified to have links to this company by Twitter, including the latest 1,000. Twitter said that in the ten weeks prior to…

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China online quiz craze lures prize seekers, tech giants

[ad_1] BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) – It seems like a game everyone wins: some of China’s biggest tech companies, looking to hook in new consumers, are using cash prizes to draw millions of contenders to mobile-based online quiz shows. Up to 6 million people at a time log into the free, live games on their smartphones to answer a series of rapid-fire questions in an elimination battle, with those remaining sharing the prize money. Over the weekend, search engine giant Baidu Inc…

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