Kaptivo looks to digitally transform the lowly whiteboard

At Kaptivo, a company that’s bringing high-tech image recognition, motion capture and natural language processing technologies to the lowly whiteboard, executives are hoping that the second time

African VC TLcom Capital invests $5M in Nigerian data analytics firm Terragon Group

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Israeli serial startup stars of blockchain tech return with QEDit, a zero-knowledge proof diligence tool

Leveraging some “mind boggling math” introduced as an update onto the Ethereum blockchain only a few months ago, QEDit is launching its product on our Battlefield stage at TechCrunch Disru

Learning technologies could reduce automation’s economic threat

Call it Workforce Training 2.0—or, in industry lingo, a new twist on corporate “learning and development.” It’s a growing market that could be worth as much as $171 billion, by our measure, an

Exposure of your sensitive data isn’t a bug, it’s a feature

Another day, another breach. Equifax, SEC, Deloitte and the next one is coming soon. Nothing surprising there anymore, not for customers, not for the breached companies. So why does this keep happenin

Deloitte gears up for the launch of a $20 million XPRIZE to eradicate cancer

XPRIZE, the incentivized prize competition for breakthrough science and technology, has announced three new prizes. Among them — ALS, avatars and Deloitte’s Cancer XPRIZE. Deloitte is work

Technology To Automate A Third Of U.K. Jobs Over Next 20 Years, Says Deloitte

Technology, automation and robotics destroys jobs by replacing human work with machines, and demanding workforces change up their skills to remain employable. This we know. But a new study by professi

How App Stores Can Become A Catalyst For A Developer-Focused IT Universe

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Cloud Sherpas Raises $40M And Makes Eighth Acquisition To Broaden Cloud Brokerage Service

Cloud Sherpas has raised $40 million and made its eighth acquisition to expand its cloud brokerage service. The funding, lead by Greenspring Associates, brings Cloud Sherpas' total to $62.6 mil

The Death Of The Impulse Shopper

It's no secret that technology has changed in-store shopping behavior. Whether it be through mobile phones, barcode scanning, or price comparison shopping sites; consumers are more prepared than ever

Deloitte: 2011 Will Be The Year Of The Tablet (Say Goodbye To Your Laptop)

<img src="" />Deloitte, the multi-faceted professional services company that's perhaps best known for its annual Football Money Lea

Because of the recession, y'all watched a lot of TV this year

<img src="" />The Media Democracy Survey tries to ascertain America's entertainment habits. It comes out every year, and this year's