• Identity Wars: Why Apple Pay Is About More Than Payments

    Identity Wars: Why Apple Pay Is About More Than Payments

    With their array of shiny new features, bigger screens, and better hardware, there’s been no shortage of attention paid to the launch of the new iPhones. Early reviews seem to indicate that the company has, yet again, come through with another massive success. Read More

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  • We’ll Get Our First Look At Windows 10 Consumer Features In January

    We’ll Get Our First Look At Windows 10 Consumer Features In January

    Windows 10 is already a known quantity to some degree thanks to the developer preview, but Microsoft is holding an event late in January to present its consumer features properly, according to a new report from The Verge. The January event will include discussion of new features for end-users, including an all-new touch input interface called “Continuum.” Also on the agenda for… Read More

  • Bio-Fuel Powered Electric Triplane Launches On Kickstarter

    Bio-Fuel Powered Electric Triplane Launches On Kickstarter

    We thought Triplanes disappeared after World War One. But a new startup aims to bring them back in a new hybrid electric aircraft, powered by biofuel. FaradAir is now raising money on Kickstarter to achieve its initial funding goals for its plane. The Bio-Electric-Hybrid-Aircraft or BEHA for short, aims to be the world’s first ‘Hybrid’ eco-friendly aircraft, but won’t… Read More

  • Space Age Is An Old-School Adventure Built For Mobile

    Space Age Is An Old-School Adventure Built For Mobile

    Space Age is an old-school adventure game built for the iPhone and iPad from the developers of The Incident. Read More

  • The Most Popular Enterprise Sync and Share Product Might Surprise You

    The Most Popular Enterprise Sync and Share Product Might Surprise You

    451 Research released a report this week with details on the enterprise sync and share market and what they found may surprise you. It certainly surprised me. That’s because the most popular sync and share tool in the enterprise today is not Box or even Microsoft OneDrive. It’s Dropbox, the cloud service IT supposedly loves to hate. The report, which surveyed over 1000 IT pros… Read More

  • European Parliament Backs Investigation To Split Google Search From Its Other Businesses

    European Parliament Backs Investigation To Split Google Search From Its Other Businesses

    A little Thanksgiving message from the European Parliament today: they support the idea of breaking up Google. While the search giant was not mentioned by name, members voted 384 to 174 (with 56 abstentions) in favor of a set of measures encouraged to drive more tech growth across the European Union. Among those measures: a resolution to enforce European competition rules against online… Read More

  • Zano Is A Sky Selfie Micro-Drone That Flies Itself

    Zano Is A Sky Selfie Micro-Drone That Flies Itself

    Holy autonomous micro-drones batman! Wondering how you’re going to line up your next dronie? Aka a selfie taken from up high by a passing UAV so you don’t get a photo of yourself remote controlling a drone… Well, never fear: a U.K.-based firm is building a micro-drone that flies itself so you can stand around looking nonchalant/pull off some sick… Read More

  • Le Wagon Is An Impressive French Coding Bootcamp For Entrepreneurs

    Le Wagon Is An Impressive French Coding Bootcamp For Entrepreneurs

    Coding bootcamps are nothing new, but they have always been more popular in the U.S. than in Europe. Last year, when Le Wagon started, it was a breath of fresh air. The team not only wanted to bring the concept back to Europe, but also wanted to add its own flavor. Le Wagon is a coding school specifically targeted towards entrepreneurs. It designs its own high quality content to make you… Read More

  • Goldman Sachs Invests $36M In Korean Food Delivery App Baedal Minjok

    Goldman Sachs Invests $36M In Korean Food Delivery App Baedal Minjok

    Seoul-based startup Woowa Brothers, which operates food delivery app Baedal Minjok, has announced that it has raised a 40 billion won (about $36 million) round led by Goldman Sachs. The capital will be used to improve Baedal Minjok’s technology and fuel its international expansion. Read More

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