• Ring Video Doorbell Review: You Can Finally Tell The Delivery Guy To Wait 30 More Seconds
  • Apple Extends Its Crimea Block To Products And Services

    Apple Extends Its Crimea Block To Products And Services

    This past weekend, Crimea made tech news when it emerged that Apple and Valve had sent out notices to developers in the region informing them their accounts would be cut off, in line with U.S. sanctions against the region. Now Apple has extended that further, ordering retailers to halt all shipments and sales of products like the iPhone and Mac computers and services in the region… Read More

  • Tumblr Announces Creatrs Network, An Agency- Style Platform Matching Brands With User Content

    Tumblr Announces Creatrs Network, An Agency- Style Platform Matching Brands With User Content

    Tumblr, at 420 million monthly uniques, has announced a new program today called Creatrs. Tumblr describes it as a art-meets-content collective but it feels a lot like an ad agency. There are two different pieces to the Creatrs program. The first, and most important, is the Creatrs Network. It’s an advertising platform from Tumblr that curates user artwork and artists to offer brands… Read More

  • Plum Print Raises A Million To Turn Kids’ Artwork Into Custom Photo Books

    Plum Print Raises A Million To Turn Kids’ Artwork Into Custom Photo Books

    A startup offering a solution for parents with small children who want a way to easily save and store their kids’ artwork, Plum Print, has raised a million-dollar seed round to continue to grow its business and expand into new products. The company today offers a handful of photo books it puts together on parents’ behalf, after first sending out a postage-paid box that parents… Read More

  • Displio Is A Tiny E-Ink Display That Runs Programmable Widgets

    Displio Is A Tiny E-Ink Display That Runs Programmable Widgets

    I seem to be developing a penchant for these things. The Displio is the latest in a line of Internet-connected ‘displays’ designed to sit on a desk, or perhaps on a shop counter, and exhibit various online information, such as Facebook ‘Likes’, weather, number of unread email, and so on. However, although similar to the LaMetric, a fully-programmable but simple… Read More

  • Button Raises $12 Million From Redpoint To Deep Link All Your Apps

    Button Raises $12 Million From Redpoint To Deep Link All Your Apps

    Button believes that by understanding a user’s intent it can offer more meaningful interactions between a whole bunch of different commerce-based apps. One example co-founder and CEO Michael Jaconi likes to use is that, if Button knows you’ve booked a restaurant reservation on one app, it can notify you when it’s time to leave and offer to book you an Uber to help you get there. Read More

  • Health And Wellness Wearable GOQii Launches US Beta

    Health And Wellness Wearable GOQii Launches US Beta

     GOQii, a health and wellness services company combining a wearable device with a mobile app and coaching services, is launching a limited US beta today. Only open to 500 initial customers here in the US, selected applicants will receive 12 months of personal training through unlimited chat and monthly video calls over the company’s mobile app, along with a free wearable… Read More

  • The New Jamstik+ Is A Musician’s Best Friend
  • Amazon’s New Kindle Textbook Creator Takes A Different Approach From iBooks Author

    Amazon’s New Kindle Textbook Creator Takes A Different Approach From iBooks Author

    Amazon has a new tool for its Kindle Direct Publishing authors, via a new KDP EDU wing of the same aimed at educators and academic institutions. It’s called the Kindle Textbook Creator, and it lets authors prepare electronic textbooks for students, for publication across Fire tablets, Android devices, iPhones and iPads, Mac and PCs. It’s kind of like iBooks Author for Apple and… Read More

  • Why Google’s Plan To Sell Wireless Probably Doesn’t Scare Network Providers

    Why Google’s Plan To Sell Wireless Probably Doesn’t Scare Network Providers

    Google is gearing up to sell wireless service directly to customers as a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), by acquiring excess network capacity from Sprint and T-Mobile and reselling it to customers under its own brand. This is the same approach used by Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Pure Talk, Republic Wireless and many others in the U.S., but Google’s arrangement apparently… Read More

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