Big Data

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Baifendian Corp., a Beijing-based personalized recommendation technology service, announced that it received US$25 million of Series C financing without mentioned the name of investors....

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PredictionIO just raised $2.5M in a seed fund round. The startup, made up of a team with experiences in China, US and UK, offers...

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  ZetYun is a Beijing, China-based startup offering data mining and analytics services to Chinese enterprises. It was founded as recently as in the past February...

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420 million Chinese had been on the mobile Internet as of the end of 2012, according to CNNIC. It's still at early stages for mobile...

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With about 500 million registered users, 60 million daily visitors, and 48 thousand items sold per minute, Alibaba's Taobao, who just celebrated its tenth...

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  The 2013 Big Data Innovation Summit, co-hosted by China America Innovation Network (CHAIN), Beijing Association for Science & Technology (BAST) and TechNode.com, will be held on June 14, 2013 in Beijing, China. More...

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izp Technologies, a data mining and digital advertising company, told media recently that it was valued at US$1 billion in the latest financing round...

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There is turmoil in the Middle East, global economic uncertain and imminent high-stakes political decisions in the world's two largest economies (the U.S. and China) - but none of these would be more popular than a simple math problem on the New York Times' website this past week. Yes, nothing beats the magical mathematical fun of The Birthday Problem - the surprising statistical insight that if you have 23 people in a room, there is a 50% chance that two of them have the same birthday.

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