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Miss the totality? Google Maps will make you feel better

Enlarge (credit: Google) Earlier today, millions of Americans flocked to a strip of land about 70 miles wide stretching from Portland, Oregon to Columbia, South Carolina to view a once-a-decade total solar eclipse. Now the totality is over, and everyone is trying to go home. And as these screenshots from Google maps demonstrate, it’s causing traffic jams… Keep Reading

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Bunzl Australasia Launches B2B Web Shop with Intershop

Outsourcing Services becomes first Bunzl business unit with consistent B2B and B2C online customer experience Tablet devices used as sales productivity tool for account managers Online product set to rise from 9,000 to 30,000 Jena, Germany, 22 August 2017 – Bunzl Australasia Limited has launched its first B2B web shop with the help of Intershop.… Keep Reading

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Pre-owned jewelry marketplace TrueFacet now sells brand-new bling

 Since launching in 2014, TrueFacet has emerged as the go-to place for fans of high-end jewelry and watches to find quality pre-owned merchandise for sale online. Now, after establishing itself as a trusted source for some of the most popular jewelry brands, those companies have turned to TrueFacet to help sell their goods directly to consumers.… Keep Reading

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Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service deploys Panasonic rugged tablets

Providing firefighters with vital information at the scene of emergencies and transforming mobile communications BRACKNELL, UK. 22 AUGUST 2017 Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service is transforming life for firefighters on the frontline by equipping them with Panasonic rugged Toughpad tablets to access vital information during an emergency. The service is deploying 13 inch Panasonic Toughbook… Keep Reading

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Atari sues Nestle, says Kit Kat video game ad violates Breakout copyright

Enlarge (credit: 2AM films / Nestle) Atari claims that a commercial for Nestle’s Kit Kat candy bars violates the copyright and trademark rights of Breakout, Atari’s iconic 1975 video game. Nestle’s 30-second spot “leverage[s] Breakout and the special place it holds among nostalgic Baby Boomers, Generation X, and even today’s Millennial and post-Millennial ‘gamers’ in order to maximize the… Keep Reading

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Geoff Lewis has left Founders Fund to start his own fund

 Geoff Lewis has left Founders Fund, where he was partner, and is starting a venture fund of his own. This means he’ll no longer be working with Peter Thiel, directly anyway. Founders Fund will be one of his LPs. The news was first reported by Bloomberg, which said that he intends to raise more than… Keep Reading

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