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March 6, 2017, 10:35 PM

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Casey Newton / The Verge:
Twitch debuts Pulse, a Twitter-like service where broadcasters can share videos, images, and text with their friends and followers  —  This is what disruption looks like  —  Whenever I wonder what will eventually happen to Twitter, which is something I think about literally every day …
MacKeeper:
Major spam group River City Media left 1.4B email addresses, combined with real names, IPs, and often physical addresses, exposed online  —  Today we release details on the innerworkings of a massive, illegal spam operation.  The situation presents a tangible threat to online privacy …
Valentina Palladino / Ars Technica:
Fitbit unveils Alta HR with heart rate monitoring, available at the end of March for $150; Alta HR, Blaze, and Charge 2 get improved sleep tracking  —  This might be the tracker you want to wear both day and night.  —  Fitbit's thin Alta tracker dropped around this time last year, and the company is already making an update to it.
Natalie Gagliordi / ZDNet:
IBM, Salesforce announce strategic AI partnership where Salesforce customers will gain access to Watson services, and IBM will use Einstein internally  —  IBM's Watson is about to get cozy with Salesforce's Einstein.  —  IBM's Watson is about to get cozy with Salesforce's Einstein.
Jon Russell / TechCrunch:
Twitch co-founder Justin Kan leaves partner role at Y Combinator to launch his own startup incubator program called Zero-F  —  Serial entrepreneurJustin Kan, best known for co-founding Twitch, Justin.tv and Socialcam, has left his position as a partner at Y Combinator to start his own startup incubator program.
More: AxiosTweets: @caseynewton and @peterpham
NASDAQ.com:
MuleSoft sets range for its IPO at $12 to $14 a share, which at midpoint of range would raise $169M and give company a fully diluted market value of $1.8B  —  MuleSoft, which provides a platform that connects SaaS, mobile and on-premise APIs, announced terms for its IPO on Monday.
Will Oremus / Slate:
Twitter says move from chronological to algorithmic timeline has upped engagement in key metrics including retweets and likes, but doesn't say by how much  —  What do you see when you open Twitter?  Until a year ago, the answer was straightforward: With minor exceptions …

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