December 19, 2013
This article originally appeared on Business Wire, December 19, 2013.
CAMBELL, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–
Preliminary clinical study results from a randomized, controlled, prospective clinical study comparing the ZipLine Surgical Skin Closure to traditional stitches for skin cancer excision were presented at the 16th Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in Medical and Surgical Dermatology, which took […]
December 12, 2013
By Kyle Wong. This article originally appeared on Forbes, December 12, 2013.
This morning Instagram announced Instagram Direct, a new feature to privately send your friends photos and videos. Instagram refers to these photos on its blog as ‘moments’ to help people share things like “An inside joke between friends captured on the go, a […]
December 5, 2013
By Deborah Gage. This article originally appeared on PEVC Dow Jones VentureWire, December 5, 2013.
Big Data has become abundant, but the work of prepping it so that it can be understood and manipulated by humans is hard–and the more data there is, the harder that job gets.
San Francisco-based Trifacta Inc. has raised $12 million […]
November 6, 2013
This article originally appeared on Business Wire, November 6, 2013.
Zip™ Non-Invasive Wound Closure Device is Faster than Sutures, Can Produce Superior Cosmesis Compared to Staples and Can Reduce the Risk of Surgical Site Infection
CAMPBELL, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ZipLine Medical announced today that Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara Medical Center has adopted its patented […]
October 30, 2013
By Steve McClellan. This article originally appeared on MediaPost Agency Daily, October 30, 2013.
pMarketers have a new platform for sorting and ranking the millions of photos that consumers tag with their brand names. It’s called Pixlee, and is formally launching this week, although it has been quietly working with clients for a while.
By Tam Harbert. This article originally appeared on IEEE Spectrum, October 30, 2013.
How Silicon Valley’s Lex Machina is blending AI and data analytics to radically alter patent litigation
In a low-rise building in Menlo Park, Calif., just upstairs from a Mexican restaurant and a nail salon, a Stanford University spin-off is crunching data in ways […]
October 29, 2013
By Karsten Strauss. This article originally appeared on Forbes, October 29, 2013.
Visual marketing firm Pixlee announced today that it’s raised $1.5 million to bulk up on engineering and marketing personnel. The young, image-based social media-driven company says it wants to offer brands new ways of connecting with consumers and leveraging consumer content to broaden visibility. Its product […]
By Molly McHugh. This article originally appeared on Digital Trends, October 29, 2013.
If you ever had any doubt that Instagram would become a commercial platform, that doubt should be dead – taken out back and shot with a sawed-off rifle dead. The network was bought by Facebook, did some house-cleaning with third party apps in regards […]
By Rich Steeves. This article originally appeared on Inside Counsel, October 29, 2013.
Stanford University Law School professor Mark Lemley coined the phrase “anecdata” to describe much of the information that was traditionally used in intellectual property cases. One lawyer heard from another lawyer that a particular judge usually ruled favorably towardalleged infringers, or […]
By Rakesh Sharma. This article originally appeared on Forbes, October 29, 2013.
In recent times, services such as LexisNexis and WestLaw, that crawl through multiple documents, filings, and databases, have become extremely popular with lawyers. This is because they are convenient, quick and provide their subscribers with detailed information regarding a particular topic and case. However, it is […]