When I was a child I had a fake soda can with a screw off top for hiding change. It wasn’t a very effective theft deterrent. For one, no sane person keeps soda cans on a bookshelf. For another, I’
Google announced today that it's shutting down its high-end smartphone augmented reality platform, Tango, in order to focus on the more mass market ARCore product. The company had already confirmed
Anything you can do, AI can do better. Eventually. On October 12, NASA put on its own demonstration, pitting an AI-piloted racing drone against world-renowned drone pilot Ken Loo. Researchers at NASA&
Google has announced it's working on a service to offer detailed indoor location positioning using its Tango 3D sensing computer vision tech.
T.J. Miller's Erlich Bachman from HBO's Silicon Valley isn't necessarily known for his business prowess, but his assertion that virtual reality is a hotbed of hype right now in Silicon Valley is right
It’s 6.4 inches, it’s got a crazy new depth-sensing camera system and it may actually arrive next month. Lenovo’s big Phab2 Pro was originally scheduled for retail release this summer, a date th
Messaging app Tango has made further layoffs as new CEO Eric Setton continues to orchestrate changes in a bid to transform the struggling company's fortunes.
Tango's new CEO isn't wasting any time making changes to reverse the declining fortunes of the messaging app company. Co-founder Eric Setton, who made the jump from Tango CTO to CEO one month ago, ann
Last year we wrote fairly extensively about Evernote's ongoing transition, which has seen it shutter products, lay off staff, hire a new CEO, and see its COO and other visible VPs move on to pastures
Tango, the mobile messaging unicorn that reached a billion dollar valuation when Alibaba invested $280 million in it early last year, has laid off around nine percent of its workforce after it shutter
We pulled together all 153 unicorns currently listed on the Crunchbase Unicorn Leaderboard and then matched them up with data provided by Glassdoor to give you the top 20 highest paying startup unicor
Mobile messaging app Tango is taking a leaf out of the Asian playbook with the launch of an in-app commerce service called Tango Shop.
America is finally discovering what Asia has known for years: mobile messaging is a commerce platform.
Today, Tango has officially re-released Tango Music Pix, an app for making musical slideshows, which the messaging service is calling its first "sister application."
Mobile messaging company <a target="_blank" href="http://www.tango.me">Tango</a> is announcing some new additions to <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2014/06/10/tango-channels/">its Channels progr
Months after raising more than $280 million from Alibaba in a Series D round, Tango is looking to stand out in the messaging app space by committing $25 million to a fund to promote games built on its
Mobile messaging company Tango is announcing a new way for companies like Spotify and 500px to push updates and content to consumers through a service called Tango Channels. At first blush, this mi
If you want a hint of what might be on the horizon at Apple, look to Google – or at least look to its Project Tango experimental 3D depth-sensing smartphone. Tango got a teardown just the other day,
Tango, the mobile messaging application that allows users to text, play games and make free voice and video calls, is today announcing $280 million in Series D funding, in a round led by China's Aliba
If that seems like something out of science fiction, that’s because it very much could be – the AI assistant in Her, for instance, manages to be so convincingly human because it shares an awar