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#Cisco was founded in San Francisco, which explains the name, but this is also referenced in their logo. The series of blue lines represent an electromagnet, but also symbolize San Francisco’s iconic Golden Gate Bridge. #Business #Technology #Innovations #BehindTheLogo

#Cisco was founded in San Francisco, which explains the name, but this is also referenced in their logo. The series of blue lines represent an electromagnet, but also symbolize San Francisco’s iconic Golden Gate Bridge. #Business #Technology #Innovations #BehindTheLogo

#Cisco was founded in San Francisco, which explains the name, but this is also referenced in their logo. The series of blue lines represent an electromagnet, but also symbolize San Francisco’s iconic Golden Gate Bridge. #Business #Technology #Innovations #BehindTheLogo

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... Google I/O ... Every year, the Google faithful from around the world gather in San Francisco to hear what’s next for everybody’s favorite monolithic tech giant at Google I/O. To get in, you need to buy a ticket, but said tickets usually sell out within minutes. Google will be changing that this year. Sundar Pichai took to Google Plus on Wednesday to announce that Google I/O would be returning to the Moscone Center on June 25. The event will run until the next day and will once again be live streamed all around the world to individuals and Google I/O Extended community events. Interestingly enough, Google will be doing away with its first come first serve ticket sales system this year. In previous years, Google has had to put up with complaints from developers who encountered errors and problems that prevented them from obtaining tickets despite them being on the Web site as soon as it opened. Google has also had to contend with scalpers that buy tickets in bulk and sell them back to developers at double or triple the original cost.

... Google I/O ... Every year, the Google faithful from around the world gather in San Francisco to hear what’s next for everybody’s favorite monolithic tech giant at Google I/O. To get in, you need to buy a ticket, but said tickets usually sell out within minutes. Google will be changing that this year. Sundar Pichai took to Google Plus on Wednesday to announce that Google I/O would be returning to the Moscone Center on June 25. The event will run until the next day and will once again be live streamed all around the world to individuals and Google I/O Extended community events. Interestingly enough, Google will be doing away with its first come first serve ticket sales system this year. In previous years, Google has had to put up with complaints from developers who encountered errors and problems that prevented them from obtaining tickets despite them being on the Web site as soon as it opened. Google has also had to contend with scalpers that buy tickets in bulk and sell them back to developers at double or triple the original cost.

... Google I/O ... Every year, the Google faithful from around the world gather in San Francisco to hear what’s next for everybody’s favorite monolithic tech giant at Google I/O. To get in, you need to buy a ticket, but said tickets usually sell out within minutes. Google will be changing that this year. Sundar Pichai took to Google Plus on Wednesday to announce that Google I/O would be returning to the Moscone Center on June 25. The event will run until the next day and will once again be live streamed all around the world to individuals and Google I/O Extended community events. Interestingly enough, Google will be doing away with its first come first serve ticket sales system this year. In previous years, Google has had to put up with complaints from developers who encountered errors and problems that prevented them from obtaining tickets despite them being on the Web site as soon as it opened. Google has also had to contend with scalpers that buy tickets in bulk and sell them back to developers at double or triple the original cost.

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... Solar-Powered Bike Lock Aims To Be The Airbnb Of Bike-Sharing ... The Skylock can let you share your bike with others — and it'll send you a text if it thinks a thief has his hands on it. A San Francisco startup is launching an online funding campaign for the lock, which is planned for release in late 2014. The company says it will begin "the age of connected cycling."

... Solar-Powered Bike Lock Aims To Be The Airbnb Of Bike-Sharing ... The Skylock can let you share your bike with others — and it'll send you a text if it thinks a thief has his hands on it. A San Francisco startup is launching an online funding campaign for the lock, which is planned for release in late 2014. The company says it will begin "the age of connected cycling."

... Solar-Powered Bike Lock Aims To Be The Airbnb Of Bike-Sharing ... The Skylock can let you share your bike with others — and it'll send you a text if it thinks a thief has his hands on it. A San Francisco startup is launching an online funding campaign for the lock, which is planned for release in late 2014. The company says it will begin "the age of connected cycling."

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... Satya Nadella Takes the Stage as Microsoft’s CEO ... The new CEO is hosting a session with journalists at 10 a.m. local time in San Francisco, his first public discussion of Microsoft’s business since he took over for Steve Ballmer in early February. Microsoft’s invitation to media only said Nadella will talk about “the intersection of cloud and mobile computing,” and people familiar with the matter said the CEO’s strategy chat will include Microsoft’s plans for a version of Office for AppleAAPL -0.43%’s iPad tablet computer. Nadella hasn’t said much publicly about how his tactics will differ from those of Ballmer, or Bill Gates, the co-founder whom Nadella asked to return to work part-time at Microsoft. Until now, the only published interview with Nadella was a discussion of his management style.

... Satya Nadella Takes the Stage as Microsoft’s CEO ... The new CEO is hosting a session with journalists at 10 a.m. local time in San Francisco, his first public discussion of Microsoft’s business since he took over for Steve Ballmer in early February. Microsoft’s invitation to media only said Nadella will talk about “the intersection of cloud and mobile computing,” and people familiar with the matter said the CEO’s strategy chat will include Microsoft’s plans for a version of Office for AppleAAPL -0.43%’s iPad tablet computer. Nadella hasn’t said much publicly about how his tactics will differ from those of Ballmer, or Bill Gates, the co-founder whom Nadella asked to return to work part-time at Microsoft. Until now, the only published interview with Nadella was a discussion of his management style.

... Satya Nadella Takes the Stage as Microsoft’s CEO ... The new CEO is hosting a session with journalists at 10 a.m. local time in San Francisco, his first public discussion of Microsoft’s business since he took over for Steve Ballmer in early February. Microsoft’s invitation to media only said Nadella will talk about “the intersection of cloud and mobile computing,” and people familiar with the matter said the CEO’s strategy chat will include Microsoft’s plans for a version of Office for AppleAAPL -0.43%’s iPad tablet computer. Nadella hasn’t said much publicly about how his tactics will differ from those of Ballmer, or Bill Gates, the co-founder whom Nadella asked to return to work part-time at Microsoft. Until now, the only published interview with Nadella was a discussion of his management style.

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... MICROSOFT REVEALS DIRECTX 12 AT GDC ... Microsoft unveiled the next iteration of their graphics API, DirectX 12, during a talk at this week’s Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco. One of the key enhancements highlighted in DirectX 12 focuses on maximizing performance. According to Microsoft’s DirectX blog, DirectX 12 makes it easier for developers to spread computing tasks across multiple CPU cores, allowing for a “50 percent improvement in PC utilization,” based on 3DMark benchmarks running a DirectX 12 test.

... MICROSOFT REVEALS DIRECTX 12 AT GDC ... Microsoft unveiled the next iteration of their graphics API, DirectX 12, during a talk at this week’s Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco. One of the key enhancements highlighted in DirectX 12 focuses on maximizing performance. According to Microsoft’s DirectX blog, DirectX 12 makes it easier for developers to spread computing tasks across multiple CPU cores, allowing for a “50 percent improvement in PC utilization,” based on 3DMark benchmarks running a DirectX 12 test.

... MICROSOFT REVEALS DIRECTX 12 AT GDC ... Microsoft unveiled the next iteration of their graphics API, DirectX 12, during a talk at this week’s Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco. One of the key enhancements highlighted in DirectX 12 focuses on maximizing performance. According to Microsoft’s DirectX blog, DirectX 12 makes it easier for developers to spread computing tasks across multiple CPU cores, allowing for a “50 percent improvement in PC utilization,” based on 3DMark benchmarks running a DirectX 12 test.

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Meet Microsoft's new Windows 8 logo San Francisco: Microsoft announced that it was redesigning the logo of Windows software, making a fundamental change to the iconic four-colour Windows logo users have been used to for 20 years. Meshing with the Metro design of Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8, the new logo is a slightly-angled blue block with a thin white cross in the middle, making it look like a window instead of the four-colour wavy flag in the past, reported Xinhua. "The Windows logo is a strong and widely recognised mark but when we stepped back and analysed it, we realised an evolution of our logo would better reflect our Metro style design principles and we also felt there was an opportunity to reconnect with some of the powerful characteristics of previous incarnations," said Microsoft in a blog post. "We did less of a re-design and more to return it to its original meaning and bringing Windows back to its roots - reimagining the Windows logo as just that - a window," the company said. The new logo is designed by Paula Scher from the Pentagram Design Agency, whose notable works include the Citibank logo. The first Windows logo debuted in November 1985. Since then, the logo has gone through several redesigns, which were all based on the design of a four-color wavy flag. Source:Ibnlive.com

Meet Microsoft's new Windows 8 logo San Francisco: Microsoft announced that it was redesigning the logo of Windows software, making a fundamental change to the iconic four-colour Windows logo users have been used to for 20 years. Meshing with the Metro design of Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8, the new logo is a slightly-angled blue block with a thin white cross in the middle, making it look like a window instead of the four-colour wavy flag in the past, reported Xinhua. "The Windows logo is a strong and widely recognised mark but when we stepped back and analysed it, we realised an evolution of our logo would better reflect our Metro style design principles and we also felt there was an opportunity to reconnect with some of the powerful characteristics of previous incarnations," said Microsoft in a blog post. "We did less of a re-design and more to return it to its original meaning and bringing Windows back to its roots - reimagining the Windows logo as just that - a window," the company said. The new logo is designed by Paula Scher from the Pentagram Design Agency, whose notable works include the Citibank logo. The first Windows logo debuted in November 1985. Since then, the logo has gone through several redesigns, which were all based on the design of a four-color wavy flag. Source:Ibnlive.com

Meet Microsoft's new Windows 8 logo San Francisco: Microsoft announced that it was redesigning the logo of Windows software, making a fundamental change to the iconic four-colour Windows logo users have been used to for 20 years. Meshing with the Metro design of Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8, the new logo is a slightly-angled blue block with a thin white cross in the middle, making it look like a window instead of the four-colour wavy flag in the past, reported Xinhua. "The Windows logo is a strong and widely recognised mark but when we stepped back and analysed it, we realised an evolution of our logo would better reflect our Metro style design principles and we also felt there was an opportunity to reconnect with some of the powerful characteristics of previous incarnations," said Microsoft in a blog post. "We did less of a re-design and more to return it to its original meaning and bringing Windows back to its roots - reimagining the Windows logo as just that - a window," the company said. The new logo is designed by Paula Scher from the Pentagram Design Agency, whose notable works include the Citibank logo. The first Windows logo debuted in November 1985. Since then, the logo has gone through several redesigns, which were all based on the design of a four-color wavy flag. Source:Ibnlive.com

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:: The 9 Oddest Job Interview Questions Asked at Tech Companies in 2011 :: In Glassdoor‘s annual review of the top 25 oddball questions asked in job interviews in 2011, tech companies feature highly. Although there’s just one question from Google on the list, the Wall Street Journal recently profiled the search giant’s interview process, highlighting the trademark strangeness of some of the questions. “How many people are using Facebook in San Francisco at 2:30 p.m. on a Friday?” — Asked at Google, Vendor Relations Manager candidate “If Germans were the tallest people in the world, how would you prove it?” — Asked at Hewlett-Packard, Product Marketing Manager candidate “Given 20 ‘destructible’ light bulbs (which break at a certain height), and a building with 100 floors, how do you determine the height that the light bulbs break?” — Asked at Qualcomm, Engineering candidate “How would you cure world hunger?” — Asked at Amazon.com, Software Developer candidate “You’re in a row boat, which is in a large tank filled with water. You have an anchor on board, which you throw overboard (the chain is long enough so the anchor rests completely on the bottom of the tank). Does the water level in the tank rise or fall?” — Asked at Tesla Motors, Mechanical Engineer candidate “Please spell ‘diverticulitis’.” — Asked at EMSI Engineering, Account Manager candidate “You have a bouquet of flowers. All but two are roses, all but two are daisies, and all but two are tulips. How many flowers do you have?” — Asked at Epic Systems, Corporation Project Manager/Implementation Consultant candidate “How do you feel about those jokers at Congress?” — Asked at Consolidated Electrical, Management Trainee candidate “If you were a Microsoft Office program, which one would you be?” — Asked at Summit Racing Equipment, Ecommerce candidate Source :- mashable.com