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Do was a social productivity tool to get work done with your team. Reborn in 2014 as @domeetings, a platform for productive meetings.

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08 Mar 2017
Amazon
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Ars Technica

Why do some multi-platform games cost more on Nintendo Switch?

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Acquisition
TechCrunch , GeekWire

Amazon’s AWS acquired meeting productivity startup Do to expand Chime

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Mashable

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SiliconANGLE Media

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Strategy People
Pando

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Pando

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TreeHugger.com

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Robotics Materials
Pando

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US elections Privacy
Tech City News

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TreeHugger.com

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Tech City News

Doctor, doctor, how do I insure my stuff overnight in a coworking space?

Employment People
VentureBeat

GamesBeat 2016 explores how to do a game publishing deal

Tech City News

Doctor, doctor, do I need a robust intellectual property strategy?

People Legal
Tech City News

Doctor, doctor, do I need to worry about all this data protection and privacy talk?

Privacy Cloud People
Business Insider

There's an iPhone in this photo. Do you see it?

Tech City News

What not to do when pitching to a VC

People
Pando

Do Indian consumers care about supporting Indian startups?

Pando

HBO Silicon Valley, S3, Ep. 10: “Every time I try to do the right thing I get fucked”

Pando

Ecommerce is supposedly capital intensive. So why do the companies that raise the least tend to do the best?