Most consumer 3D printers use “ink” made of colored plastic line.
Guest Post The real-time, analytics-intensive model pioneered by Wall Street quants is now moving beyond high finance: It’s the future of marketing.
The latest full-time addition to Google’s secretive anti-aging initiative, Project Calico, is Cynthia Kenyon, a high-profile biochemist and biophysicist at the University of California, San Francisco.
Each week we trawl through the internet’s jumble sale of apps to bring you a cool, new app that will hopefully improve your life in some way.
Guest Post Distributed denial of service attacks are evolving at a rapid pace with no appearance of slowing down.
Sponsored Post Every week, a new smartwatch receives funding on Kickstarter, a new connected fitness band emerges from a Fortune 100 tech manufacturer, and an Ivy League dropout in a garage in Southern California takes aim at Google Glass.
Guest Post While it may seem that one percent represents depressing odds for a founder to secure VC funding, in reality, the process tends to help entrepreneurs refine their strategy.
Varying incentives and other factors mean the savings can vary significantly by state. So which state’s drivers get the quickest return on their electric-car investment?
Smart hardware developers will also be able to implement JD’s user account system.This means that end users will be able to control all their smart gadgets from one app.
Guest Post Some interesting validations for a theory about how to build a community ripe with entrepreneurship and innovation.
According to the prospectus, $250 million of the funds raised in the IPO will be used to pay back the loans from Sina, while rest of the capital will be injected in technology and R&D.
Guest Post As digital marketers, we have no excuse not to woo an online visitor from their very first click, swipe, or other digital interaction with our brand.
Popular websites and onsite data center software are still awaiting patches from the Heartbleed security vulnerability that came to light earlier this month.
Microsoft is adding a data center campus in Iowa.
If reports are true, it looks like Nike just laid off 70 to 80 percent of its FuelBand team.
The startup launched with a $750,000 seed round and has been in stealth mode — until today.
Marc Andreesen once said that “software is eating the world,” and this past quarter of venture capital investment sure seems to back that statement up.
It turns out that negative comments aren’t all bad: a new study finds that criticism of a product can actually boost sales significantly if the commenter is polite.
We’ve got the details on the Airbnb funding and a few others in today’s edition of Funding Daily.
Amazon has some serious catching up to do.
Sponsored Post The Game Marketing Summit (GMS) is the must-attend event for marketing professionals in the interactive game business. GMS offers numerous opportunities to expand your professional network, and learn from the best thinkers in our industry.
This week, big names such as Twitter cofounder Biz Stone and Facebook marketing head Jane Schachtel took the stage in Eden-esque Sausalito, Calif, to discuss the future of mobile.
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Comcast and Time Warner Cable are in discussions with smaller cable provider Charter to sell up to $20 billion worth of assets, according to a Financial Times report.
Is Edward Snowden a gullible pawn for Russia’s security state or a savvy anti-surveillance activist? The former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor penned his own answer today.
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Major music companies are suing online radio service Pandora for what they claim is a major case of copyright infringement.
Home-sharing company Airbnb apparently just closed a funding round that could let it do many more interesting things.
Check out our entire week’s worth of coverage on VentureBeat’s channel for video games, GamesBeat.
Guest Post There is a ton of opportunity in brand advertising in mobile as the market is wide open. The problem is, it’s a tough nut to crack.
How are you going to control all those connected things in your house? A new German startup is crowdsourcing funds to make control as easy as turning over a small cube.
“There’s no tool currently available that would do what we want to do using secure, free software. With a system like this in place, EFF’s efficacy in advocating for your rights can increase dramatically.”
Guest Post In areas of the U.S. underserved by broadband networks, adults and youth without Internet access at home or at school are in danger of never catching up.
Guest Post Data analytics will one day help to improve health care and crime detection, design better products, and improve traffic patterns and agricultural yields. It will also uncover a lot of skeletons.
What do you do when you’re being outmarketed by a giant rival? In HTC’s case, you hire the person who helped build your rival’s brand.
QuickPay has acquired license plate recognition technology company Nautical Technologies to make paying for a parking garage a seamless experience.
LinkedIn, the ubiquitous social network for professionals, has crossed the 300 million member mark, the company announced today.
You can’t criticize Google for thinking small.
The Internet age has brought us many treasures, including a non-lethal version of Thor’s hammer, a non-functional suit of Iron Man armor, and even the beginnings of a full-scale Millennium Falcon of Star Wars fame.
Guest Post People tend to view Washington D.C. as obtuse and inefficient. That’s only partially correct.
Under The Radar, a prominent IT and startup-focused blog in Korea, recently published a top 10 list of venture backed enterprises in Korea. Not surprisingly, Kakao placed number one in the list by a wide margin.