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  • Castle is a drag-and-drop account takeover protection solution

    Castle is a drag-and-drop account takeover protection solution

    You probably have your credit card and other payment information keyed into at least 10 different services right now, all of which are likely based over a mobile app or website. For a long time, the effective user detection has been the preserve of large payment providers and web services — take Amazon.com or Google’s Gmail service as examples. Castle, part of Y… Read More

  • Castle Is A Property Management Platform From The Future

    Castle Is A Property Management Platform From The Future

    Property management is one of those industries that typically lags behind the rest of the U.S. economy in terms of technology, customer service and transparency. Castle, part of YC’s Winter 2016 class, is trying to bring the industry up to date with its automated property management platform. The site consolidates all of the hard parts of property management — like property… Read More

  • WTF
    Someone 3D Printed A Castle In His Backyard And It’s Awesome

    Someone 3D Printed A Castle In His Backyard And It’s Awesome

    I now know what I want for my birthday. Using customized 3D printing technology, Andrey Rudenko printed a castle in his backyard. It took him two years from conception to completion. The result is incredible: Better than that image is a clip from his website, showing how the construction process worked: According to Rudenko, building the castle with concrete had some unique issues. Rudenko… Read More

  • Yes, There's An Apple "Castle" In The Cloud

    Yes, There's An Apple "Castle" In The Cloud

    Yesterday, French site Consomac.fr did some digging into the latest developer preview build of OS X Lion and found something interesting. Buried in the code are references to a service named called “Castle”. Given the context of one of the mentions — “upgrade from MobileMe to Castle” — this led most to assume that the name referred to Apple’s… Read More

  • Palm's Pixie flitters into view past Castle

    Hacksters at PreCentral have found some shell script that points to future Palm phones called “castle” and “pixie.” We well know that the Pixie will be the EOS and the Castle is the codename for the Pre. Read More