• Indiegogo Leads Investors To Hardware Gold

    Indiegogo Leads Investors To Hardware Gold

    The venture world is hunting for the next batch of billion dollar unicorns in the hardware market, and investors are turning to the crowd to source their deals. VCs have already committed $516 million in funding for hardware companies this year, according to CrunchBase data — a significant jump from the $398 million captured in Q1 of 2014. Projects that win over consumers on… Read More

  • Facebook Open-Sources React Native

    Facebook Open-Sources React Native

    At its F8 developer conference in San Francisco today, Facebook announced that it is open-sourcing its React native framework for building native apps. React Native is Facebook’s version of its React JavaScript framework for building native mobile applications. Read More

  • Facebook’s Aquila Drone Will Beam Down Internet Access With Lasers

    Facebook’s Aquila Drone Will Beam Down Internet Access With Lasers

    As the second day of its F8 conference began here at Fort Mason in San Francisco, Facebook announced the first hardware it plans to use to beam the Internet down to billions of people around the world. Codenamed Aquila, the drone has a wingspan comparable to a Boeing 767 yet uses lightweight materials that allow it to weigh less than a car. Read More

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    Twitter Launches Live Video App Periscope

    Alexia Tsotsis gives a hands-on demo of Twitter's new video streaming app Periscope.

    Twitter Launches Live Video App Periscope
  • Facebook Fights Info Overload With AIs That Identify What’s In Videos And Sentences

    Facebook Fights Info Overload With AIs That Identify What’s In Videos And Sentences

    Facebook has made some breakthroughs in artificial intelligence. Today at its F8 conference, CTO Mike Schroepfer described new systems for identifying the content and context of videos and sentences. The second day of F8 included the open-sourcing of native mobile app development tool React Native, a preview of a giant new unmanned aerial vehicle for delivering Internet to remote areas… Read More

  • Caliber Debuts A Messaging App Designed For Business Professionals

    Caliber Debuts A Messaging App Designed For Business Professionals

    A number of startups in years past have tried to carve out their own niche in the business networking space under the looming shadow of LinkedIn by offering an alternative way to connect with industry colleagues, often on mobile. But today, a new app called Caliber is offering a slightly different take on the concept: instead of trying to compete with LinkedIn directly, its service offers… Read More

  • The Enterprise Show LIVE 03.26.15

    The Enterprise Show LIVE 03.26.15

    The Enterprise Show – Peter Burris, Charlie Isaacs, John Taschek, and Steve Gillmor. Live recording session has concluded for today. Our LIVE show chat on FriendFeed Read More

  • Whipclip Launches So You Can Legally Share Your Favorite TV Moments

    Whipclip Launches So You Can Legally Share Your Favorite TV Moments

    There’s a lot of talk about how social media has become the new watercooler for discussing TV’s funny, crazy, or otherwise memorable moments. What’s been more hit-or-miss, however, is finding the actual footage that everyone’s talking about. Sure, networks are putting more and more clips online, but it’s still only a fraction of what’s actually broadcast. Read More

  • Steller Storytelling App Gets A Huge Makeover

    Steller Storytelling App Gets A Huge Makeover

    Steller is a storytelling app that has been around since the beginning of 2014, but today the company has announced a huge overhaul of the app’s UX to make editing and creating that much simpler. Steller allows users to upload videos, photos, and add text to create a storybook experience on mobile. Users can create Steller stories based around an event, a party, or their own creative… Read More

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