• IBM And Apple Release Eight More Enterprise Apps For Healthcare, Airlines And More

    IBM And Apple Release Eight More Enterprise Apps For Healthcare, Airlines And More

    Apple and IBM’s partnership that has the companies working together to produce enterprise-friendly apps has expanded yet again with the addition of eight more apps designed for iOS devices, including the iPhone and iPad, bringing the total number of MobileFirst apps up to now 22. The new apps are focused on the healthcare and industrial products industries, following prior announcements… Read More

  • AgTech Is The New Queen Of Green

    AgTech Is The New Queen Of Green

    Before Monsanto acquired Climate Corporation in late 2013 for nearly $1 billion, few investors gave much thought to technological innovation in our agriculture system. What a difference a year can make. In what can be described as the Netscape moment for agriculture technology (AgTech), the sector had a breakout year in 2014, receiving over $2.36 billion of investment across 264 deals spanning… Read More

  • Sling TV’s Service For Cord Cutters Will Offer HBO Starting This Month

    Sling TV’s Service For Cord Cutters Will Offer HBO Starting This Month

    Sling TV, Dish’s new over-the-top service designed for cord cutters, announced today that it will become the first Internet service to offer video-on-demand content from HBO starting this month, just in time for the “Games of Thrones” premiere. The HBO content will be available as an optional add-on at $15 per month – the same price point that Apple scored for its… Read More

  • Feds Nabbed For Big Bitcoin Heist Involving Gox And Silk Road

    Feds Nabbed For Big Bitcoin Heist Involving Gox And Silk Road

    New information in the Silk Road case is sending ripples of schadenfreude through the cryptocurrency community as it reacts to a foiled effort by two US Federal Agents to skim thousands of Bitcoin out of Silk Road and Mt. Gox coffers. Read More

  • April Fools’ 2015: The Mega Round-Up Of The Best Gags

    It’s that time of year again! The time when a massive chunk of the tech industry drops what it’s doing and puts all of its collective effort into getting a few laughs. As we do every year, we’re gathering up the best/worse/most cringe-tastic efforts in one place for your perusal. We’ll be updating this list as the day goes on, so check back in later! Read More

  • Facebook’s Newest App Riff Lets Friends Add Clips To Collaborative Videos

    Facebook’s Newest App Riff Lets Friends Add Clips To Collaborative Videos

    You could start the next Harlem Shake-style crowdsourced video phenomenon with Facebook’s new app Riff, out today worldwide in 15 languages on iOS and Android. Shoot a video of up to 20 seconds in Riff, and give it a title that instructs others what they should add to it like “Make A Funny Face” or “Birthday Wishes For Johnny” or “Adventures Of Mr. Read More

  • Reddit’s Alexis Ohanian To Disrupt New York

    Reddit’s Alexis Ohanian To Disrupt New York

    It’s official. With Reddit cofounder and YC advisor Alexis Ohanian on the speaker roster, TC Disrupt New York is going to be r/awesome. Read More

  • TweetDeck For Mac Adds Support For Teams, Group DMs And More

    TweetDeck For Mac Adds Support For Teams, Group DMs And More

    In February, Twitter announced a notable upgrade for TweetDeck – an app often used by social media professionals and businesses – which introduced support for shared access to Twitter accounts through a new “teams” feature. However, at the time, the support was only enabled for web, Chrome and Windows users – leaving Mac users out of luck. Today… Read More

  • You Can Now Use Your Cellphone As A 3D Modeling Tool

    You Can Now Use Your Cellphone As A 3D Modeling Tool

    Researchers have created a new technology that uses the camera and accelerometers in an average cellphone to measure real objects in 3D space. Created at Carnegie Mellon University, you can use the system to build “3D models of the world” just by waving your phone around an object or scene. The accelerometers, called inertial measurement units, roughly tell the phone’s… Read More

  • Kickstarter’s ‘Campus’ Offers Project Creators Community Guidance

    Kickstarter’s ‘Campus’ Offers Project Creators Community Guidance

    Kickstarter has enabled a private beta feature that’s starting to show up for logged in project creators, offering a kind of community knowledge base that lets users ask questions and provide answers to other creators about crowdfunding and best practices. The so-called Campus seems designed to act as a central repository for the kind of advice that’s often being exchanged… Read More

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