• Samsung Pre-Trolls The iPhone 6 With New Ad

    Samsung Pre-Trolls The iPhone 6 With New Ad

    Samsung can’t resist throwing shade at Apple – even with devices that don’t actually exist yet. The Korean smartphone maker has a new video on its official YouTube account that digs into the Mac maker about rumors that it’ll ship an iPhone 6 with a bigger display this fall. Samsung’s conceit: We’ve had that all along! And so you have Samsung, and therein… Read More

  • SimpleReach Raises $9M To Measure Content Marketing And Native Ads

    SimpleReach Raises $9M To Measure Content Marketing And Native Ads

    SimpleReach, a startup that helps marketers and publishers measure the effectiveness of their content and ads, is announcing that it has raised $9 million in Series A funding. The company says it can not only tell customers how well their content is doing on publisher websites and on social media, but also predict which articles will take off — each article is assigned a score between 0… Read More

  • Genie Smart Lock Aims For Year-Long Battery Life

    Genie Smart Lock Aims For Year-Long Battery Life

    Move over Lockitron, there’s a new smart lock contender aiming to connect your door handles to the Internet so that you can lock and unlock remotely, send digital keys to friends and tradespeople (via the companion app), keep tabs on comings and goings, and get into your home without the faff of taking your keys out of your pocket. Read More

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  • Apple Tipped To Bet Big On Big Phones With iPhone 6

    Apple Tipped To Bet Big On Big Phones With iPhone 6

    Apple has made its largest-yet initial order for iPhones, according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal. The order encompasses devices with both 4.7- and 5.5-inch displays, echoing rumors we’ve been hearing for a while now, but the WSJ’s sources say that Apple has ordered between 70 million and 80 million units combined across the two styles, which is increased well above… Read More

  • Tackling Food Safety And Supply Chain Issues ICix Raises $25 Million

    Tackling Food Safety And Supply Chain Issues ICix Raises $25 Million

    Tainted peanut butter, rotten eggs, bacteria-ridden fruits and vegetables, and chemically compromised merchandise are literally the spoils of the globalization of industry, and the bane of the big businesses that sell most people the food they eat and products they buy. For years, companies promised to manage and monitor the process of provisioning for global retailers with tools that would… Read More

  • Apple Gets An Exhaustive iWatch Patent

    Apple Gets An Exhaustive iWatch Patent

    Apple has received a patent from the USPTO (via AppleInsider) that covers multiple kinds of smartwatch devices, including a modular design that includes a smart strap with built-in sensors and controls that can host a plug-in personal media device (like the previous iPod nano) and an all-in-one that likely bears more resemblance to the coming iWatch we’ve been hearing so many rumors… Read More

  • Urban Massage Rubs Shoulders With Passion Capital For Seed Round

    Urban Massage Rubs Shoulders With Passion Capital For Seed Round

    Urban Massage, a UK startup that bears more than a little resemblance to U.S.-based Zeel after the latter pivoted to offer an on-demand, Uber-style, massage service, has raised an undisclosed seed round from London VC Passion Capital. Read More

  • Hillary Clinton Visits Silicon Valley, Holds Twitter Q&A

    Hillary Clinton Visits Silicon Valley, Holds Twitter Q&A

    For a year now, Hillary Rodham Clinton has been a fixture on Twitter, posting observations with #TweetsFromHillary at @HillaryClinton. But when the former secretary of state made the rounds at Facebook, Twitter and Google on Monday, the hashtag became #AskHillary, as she switched to interactive mode. Read More