Co-founder for Your Startup? How to Boost Your Business, Will Smartphone Failure Slow Google’s Plans? New Android App

Researchers Create Android App to Show When Other Apps Track You

IDG News Service (San Francisco Bureau) — A team of researchers has developed an Android app to help people better understand when their location is being accessed, something that happens more often than people think. “All apps that access location need to request permission from the Android platform,” Janne Lindqvist [cq], who led the research project, said via email. “The problem is that people don’t pay attention to these default disclosures.” Read more…

How and where to find a co-founder for your startup

Often times, a startup entrepreneur has a good business idea but doesn’t know how to build the product or service. Or, the entrepreneur has deep technology skills but is lacking in business skills. In many cases, these entrepreneurs are on the hunt for co-founders to help them build their businesses. The problem? They often don’t know how to start the process or where best to look. Read more…

Tip of the Hat: Will smartphone failure slow Google’s ‘Internet of Things’ plans?

Google is moving aggressively — and paying billions of dollars for the technology and talent needed — to create smart home and robotics businesses even as it acknowledges its failure to succeed in the smartphone business. Google Wednesday said it had agreed to sell its Motorola smartphone unit to Lenovo for just under $3 billion, less than two years after it acquired the operation for $12.5 billion. Read more…

8 Ways to Use LinkedIn Groups to Boost Your Business

LinkedIn Groups “provide a place for professionals in the same industry or with similar interests to share content, find answers, post and view jobs, make business contacts, and establish themselves as industry experts,” according to LinkedIn. Read more…

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