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    Tuesday, May 29, 2012
    Austin Canoe and Kayak Targets iPad Users
    Austin-based outdoors retailer Austin Canoe and Kayak (ACK), the outdoor retailer which serves the kayak and canoe enthusiast market, said Monday that it has launched a new, Apple iPad optimized version of its outdoor store. The outdoor retailer said it has provided a "sleek" and "more refined" user interface specifically for users using the popular Apple device. The company said it developed the new site due to the number of customers who were accessing i (More info...)

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    Interview with Chris Wyatt, Youtoo TV

    How do you create and test a product which takes videos, photos, and other information--in real time--and broadcasts that to a television network? In the case of Chris Wyatt, CEO of Dallas-based Youtoo (www.youtoo.com), you buy an entire cable network, and develop your software and products around it. Wyatt--a serial entrepreneur who last built and sold GodTube.com to Salem Communications--told us the story behind how his company is developi (More info...)

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    Dell Backs ARM Server Development With Servers
    Round Rock-based Dell said it is backing efforts by the industry to develop ARM-based servers, saying that it will help to build the ARM-based server ecosystem. Among other actions, Dell said it will deliver its "Copper" ARM server to select customers and partners and provide remote-accessible clusters made up of those same Copper ARM servers via apartnership with the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC). Dell's launch of an ARM-based server follows a (More info...)

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    Buffalo Targets Video Surveillance Storage
    Austin-based Buffalo Technology, a developer and manufacturer of network and storage accessories, said this morning that it has launched a new product aimed at the video surveillance asset management market. The firm said ites new TeraStation 5000 series provides iSCSI, replication, falover support, and other features, as wells as features specifically targeted at video surveillance asset management. The firm said the new product will ship in June, (More info...)

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    GameStop Starts Selling Android Tablets
    Grapevine, Texas-based videogame retailer GameStop reported over the weekend that more than 1,600 of its stores are now carrying Android tablets. The firm said it is carrying Android Tablets such as the Acer Iconia Tab A200 , ASUS TF300T and Toshiba Excite 10. The move is part of an expansion by GameStop in recent months to starting selling more hardware, including refurbished iPod, iPhone, and iPad devices, as well as a rumored move to start selling (More info...)

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    Trinet: Supporting startup growth with the new recruiting ecosystem
    The recruiting ecosystem is changing, led by professional social networks like LinkedIn and Viadeo and social media apps like Jobvite and BranchOut.

    This report examines how the new ecosystem creates a streamlined, scientific and democratic approach to the recruiting process, and in turn, changes the way startups and growing businesses find and retain their employees.

    Download this report to learn about success stories and recommendations on how to take full advantage of innovative technology to help your efforts to attract and retain top talent.


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