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MAR 23, 2015 - TechRadar

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PC Gaming Week: Twitch and shout: everything you need to know about PC game streaming

Introduction and how streaming worksThis article was provided by Maximum PC magazine for TechRadar PC Gaming Week. Click here to subscribe.Game streaming is huge. It accounts for epic amounts of web traffic and is even an integral part of some companies' survival strategies. Look no further than Nvidia's GRID and GameStream technologies, plus the meteoric rise of Twitch.tv's traffic – ...

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MAR 17, 2015 - Business Insider

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Warby Parker has hired Goldman Sachs, bringing it one step closer to an IPO

New York eyewear startup Warby Parker could soon see its stock trade on public markets, according to sources.  Multiple sources have told Business Insider that the company is working with Goldman Sachs to consider its options. One source says Warby is considering filing for an IPO under the JOBS Act. However, it's still possible the online eyewear company could raise more ...

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MAR 12, 2015 - Business Insider

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How 2 Georgia fraternity brothers created Yik Yak, a controversial app that became a ~$400 million business in 365 days

Last March, an app called Yik Yak took over Elizabeth Long's high school, Woodward Academy, in Atlanta. Students learned about it during first period. By lunchtime, the school made an announcement: Anyone caught with Yik Yak on their phones would receive automatic detention. The reason? Too many students were using the app to bully their peers anonymously. By the end ...

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MAR 12, 2015 - Business Insider

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How two Georgia fraternity brothers created Yik Yak, a controversial app that became a ~$400 million business in 365 days

Last March, an app called Yik Yak took over Elizabeth Long's high school, Woodward Academy, in Atlanta. Students learned about it during first period. By lunchtime, the school made an announcement: Anyone caught with Yik Yak on their phones would receive automatic detention. The reason? Too many students were using the app to bully their peers anonymously. By the end ...

Tags: How two Georgia fraternity brothers created Yik Yak, a controversial app that became a ~$400 million business in 365 days,  General Catalyst Partners Latest News