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Microsoft Flow, a tool for managing workflows, launches on iOS

Microsoft Flow, the company’s recently launched workflow management tool, has now arrived on mobile in the form of an iOS application. Essentially a direct competitor to IFTTT, Microsoft Flow debuted in April on the web, offering an interface that lets you mash up up two or more cloud services in order to create workflows –  like those that let you automate file synchronization, ...

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Goxip is a ‘shoppable Instagram’ for fashion followers in Asia

Social commerce, the idea of buying products listed on social media sites, is huge in Asia. So huge that Facebook recently jumped into the space with a payments trial in Southeast Asia, and it is far from the only one eyeing an industry that thought to account for as much as one-third of online commerce in the region. From a merchants perspective, ...

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Political Decisions at Le Mans Could Lead to Sports-Car Explosion

The 24 Hours of Le Mans is a ticking time bomb. For a team, like Toyota, the bomb can explode with a lap to go, destroying (at least for another year) your dreams of winning the most demanding race in the world. For a driver, any driver, that bomb is a potential minefield where a mental misstep, or the unfortunate ...

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