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Spigit Launches App Where Consumers Can Virtually “FaceOff”

PLEASANTON, CA–(Marketwire – Nov 15, 2011) – Spigit, the crowd innovation company, today announced the launch of their “FaceOff” application, a new brand ideas game. FaceOff allows consumers to contribute and vote on ideas that they’d like their favorite brands to pursue, and identifies ideas with the top potential for further development. Spigit will be demonstrating FaceOff at the Enterprise…

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Economy Could Hinder U.S. Innovation

John Schwartz explores how the economy and lack of engineers is hindering U.S. innovation. There is competition with India and China who produce almost 1 million engineers annually. How can the U.S. maintain its edge? Will the U.S. be the origin of the next big thing?

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Spigit Wins Silver in Best in Biz Awards 2011 as Enterprise Product of the Year

November 09, 2011 14:55 ET Crowd Innovation Solution Recognized by Press and Analyst Community PLEASANTON, CA–(Marketwire – Nov 9, 2011) – Spigit, the crowd innovation company, has been named a silver winner in the Enterprise Product of the Year category in the Best in Biz Awards, the only national business awards program judged by members of the press and industry…

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Yammer Announces Six New Ticker Integrations

November 09, 2011 07:31 ET Enables Real-Time Social Discovery Across the Connected Enterprise SAN FRANCISCO, CA–(Marketwire – Nov 9, 2011) – Yammer, Inc., the leading provider of enterprise social networks, today announced six new integration partners, delivering on its vision to be a superset of activity streams. Activity stories from these business applications appear in Yammer’s new Activity Stream Ticker,…

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Singapore Interesting

By: James Gardner | November 8, 2011 Over the last week, I was in Singapore with Microsoft and others. Whilst I was there, I found these things interesting enough to note… and comment on. Having a bright idea now takes 20 years longer “ALBERT Einstein famously declared anyone who hadn’t made a scientific breakthrough by the age of 30 never…

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What Android Fragmentation Means

By: James Gardner | November 1, 2011 The other day, I saw the stunning infographic (below, via TechCrunch) which documents the shape of Android. As multiple other commentators before me have remarked, it shows just how fragmented the platform has become from the perspective of developers and, of course, users. There are few Android users I  know, actually, who don’t…

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