Large companies are finding a special edge for the less framework

May 16, 2017

Scrum operation in a company is so much effective that the large enterprises were really finding them at the backseat, since they were not able to apply the same at their corporate operations. However, the best solution to that issue has remained the Less Framework. This framework alone can be implemented in case of mass scale production. Hence, the thing big enterprises were looking for is very much with them…

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Get amazing tips on the administration of Clenbuterol

Is it safe to administer dietary supplementation products like Clenbuterol? Are you aware of its harmful effects? Do you know about the mode of action of the compound? Why do you think so many popular fitness enthusiast including body builders, athletes, weight lifters and wrestlers are interested in buying Clenbuterol supplements? Is it because the product is a steroid and offers quick action? Or is it a big hoax altogether?…

March 26, 2017
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Elvie pulls in $6M Series A to build a global female health tech brand

March 24, 2017

The UK startup behind a connected kegel exerciser called Elvie is today announcing a $6 million Series A round led by European VC firm Octopus Ventures. Female focused VC AllBright is also joining the round, which will be used to expand sales to more markets and build out its product portfolio, with a second device planned for launch in early 2018. Tania Boler, co-founder of the London-based company, which was founded in 2013 — working stealthily at first before decloaking…

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Austin is fine without Uber and Lyft…until it isn’t

March 13, 2017

After spending a few days in Austin, which lost Uber and Lyft almost a year ago, I started brainstorming a post about how the city was doing just fine without either of the ride sharing giants. Since Uber and Lyft left last May a bevy of alternatives have sprung up – like Ride Austin, Fasten and Fare. These apps all essentially provide the same experience as Uber and Lyft – drop a pin and a car…

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Omidyar Network and the Anti-Defamation League are launching a center to combat cyberhate

March 13, 2017

With hate crimes reportedly on the rise across the country and online, the Anti-Defamation League is setting up a new outpost in Silicon Valley, backed by the Omidyar Network, to look at ways to use technology to fight back. Racially and religiously motivated threats were on the rise in the run-up to the election and have continued into the new year. Events have culminated in the murder of an Indian man in Kansas City last month and…

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Key Aspects of Considering Generic Somatropin for Growth

The human growth hormone entails key conditions of growth during puberty, and to a lesser extent, in adulthood. The phenomenal transformation of a teenager to an adult is mainly caused by heavy mechanisms of sex hormones such as estrogen and testosterone, along with HGH. Although it is naturally produced in human body, yet scientists have been able to produce similar chemical structures with synthetic genomic engineering. The exogenous genetic manufacturing…

March 4, 2017
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SoftBank, Foxconn to Deepen Ties With Joint Venture

February 26, 2017

Japan’s SoftBank Group and Taiwan’s Foxconn will soon begin operating a joint venture that deepens ties between two of Asia’s biggest technology companies, they said on Friday. The move will give Foxconn, formally known as Hon Hai Precision Industry Co, a 54.5 percent stake in one of SoftBank’s existing subsidiaries for $600 million (roughly Rs. 3,998 crores) and comes as both groups step up investments in the technology sector and…

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H1B Visa Changes: India Lobbies Trump Administration to Avert Threat

February 26, 2017

India has stepped up its lobbying effort against moves in the US Congress to impose curbs on visas for skilled workers that threaten the South Asian nation’s tech sector, which employs more than 3.5 million people. Speaking to Reuters, Trade Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said New Delhi had reached out to the administration of President Donald Trump to stress the importance of India’s $150-billion IT services industry to US citizens. “India’s…

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Uber Drivers Are Employees and Deserve Benefits, Brazil Judge Rules

February 17, 2017

A Brazilian judge ruled that a driver using the Uber ride-hailing app is an employee of the San Francisco-based company and is entitled to workers’ benefits, adding to the global debate over labor rights for drivers on the platform. Uber said on Tuesday it would appeal the decision by Judge Marcio Toledo Goncalves, who issued the ruling late Monday in a labor court in Minas Gerais state. Goncalves ordered Uber…

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Election 2016: Either Way, More Drama

February 15, 2017

In a few days, we will either be inundated by ISIS terrorists in our homes right after the U.S. government takes all of our guns, or we will be at nuclear war with the world, based on my Twitter feed. Women no longer will be allowed to vote, and global warming will turn us into crispy critters. After watching all three debates and some of the crap coming out of…

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