• Paperspace Lets Anyone Access A Better Personal Computer That Lives In The Cloud

    Paperspace Lets Anyone Access A Better Personal Computer That Lives In The Cloud

    Imagine never having to buy new and expensive hardware to upgrade your personal computer with more speed and storage space. That’s the vision behind Y Combinator-backed Paperspace, a new company launching today, which is building a full, personal computer that lives in the cloud, which you access from any web browser. Similar, to some extent, to enterprise-grade solutions like… Read More

  • New Federal Regulation Deters Experts On Road To Security

    New Federal Regulation Deters Experts On Road To Security

    Security experts were abuzz last month in anticipation of President Obama’s proposal for new federal regulations that would concentrate on bolstering the nation’s stance on cybersecurity. Last year was witness to a number of high-profile breaches, which shone a light on the possibility of nation-state-backed cyberattacks and espionage and even drove the federal government to… Read More

  • Xiaomi’s Hugo Barra Confirms “No Plans” To Push Its App Store Outside China

    Xiaomi’s Hugo Barra Confirms “No Plans” To Push Its App Store Outside China

    Rumors that Google feels threatened by the fast-paced rise of Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi, which has built its own UI atop Android and in China also offers its own app store (rather than pre-loading Google Play), were presumably front of mind for Xiaomi VP and former Google employee Hugo Barra today. Read More

  • SMB Business Management Startup Booker Books $35 Million In New Funding

    SMB Business Management Startup Booker Books $35 Million In New Funding

    As more business moves online, service industry professionals are leveraging new tools to improve how they connect with their customers. To serve those customers, Booker has raised $35 million in new funding to help small and medium-sized business providing services in the offline world manage customer relationships online. Read More

  • PCH International Buys Design Portal Fab In Stock And Cash Fire Sale

    PCH International Buys Design Portal Fab In Stock And Cash Fire Sale

    In one of the craziest sell-offs in Silicon Valley history, PCH International has closed its acquisition of e-commerce site Fab. The deal, which we first reported back in November, was announced today as a stock-and-cash deal for an undisclosed amount. According to our sources, Fab was selling to PCH for around $15 million. That price is a fire sale for the remaining assets of the company after… Read More

  • Waze Becomes One Of Google’s Pre-Installation Options For Android Devices

    Waze Becomes One Of Google’s Pre-Installation Options For Android Devices

    Crowdsourced driving navigation app Waze is getting a boost from parent company Google at this year’s Mobile World Congress – the free app is now included in the section of apps that make up Google Mobile Services, or the pre-installation software bundle Google offers to smartphone and device OEMs building Android gadgets. The GMS designation means that Waze can join the likes… Read More

  • Pebble Reveals Pebble Time Steel And A Smartstrap System Open To Hardware Developers
  • Publisher Revenues Down As Ebook Buying Slows

    Publisher Revenues Down As Ebook Buying Slows

    Publishing conglomerates Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster are facing tough times this quarter as ebook sales fell and total profit dropped 5.6% at S&S and approximately 12% for RPH. The potential culprits? A lack of blockbuster books and low ebook sales. While ebooks sales are still dwarfed by paperback and hardback sales, publishers are now seeing even less revenue from… Read More

  • Hands On With Jolla’s Sailfish Slate, The Tablet Without A U.S. OS

    Hands On With Jolla’s Sailfish Slate, The Tablet Without A U.S. OS

    Finland’s Jolla, the plucky startup that’s built its own mobile OS, called Sailfish, atop the Mer open source project, is showing off its forthcoming, crowdsourced tablet here at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. It’s the follow up to Jolla’s first device, the eponymous Jolla smartphone, which was released at the end of 2013. Read More

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