Guest Post In the words of Aldous Huxley: “There is only one corner of the universe that you are certain of improving and that is your own self.” Wearables are THE tool for self-improvement, or as we like to call it, self-mastery.
Looks like online dating network Zoosk is making its future relationship with the public stock market public.
According to its latest earnings report, Google’s average cost-per-click dropped sharply this quarter compared to last year’s Q1.
“We are using the set of possible authors identified in the media, and we are comparing the bitcoin paper to their writings — and he is the best match. Szabo is the only plausible main author.”
Google today reported unimpressive first quarter earnings for 2014, with earnings per share of $6.27 on revenue of $15.4 billion.
Squarespace has grown from a personal project into a company with hundreds of thousands of customers. Now it’s seeking to broaden its scope by becoming more flexible for developers.
Facebook has returned a username that it peremptorily took away from an Instagram user recently.
Watch out photo-sharing apps — an Internet-of-Things company is now in the “billion-dollar valuation club.”
French hardware company LaCie, which advertises its products as secure data storage, is the latest hacker-breached company — and this one’s a doozie.
Text messaging may be the secret to getting tech-shy brands and users interested in Passbook’s potential.
Guest Post In order to attain unprecedented adoption, we’ll need to see the creation of devices that address specific market segments so that all of us can be represented in wearables.
FireHost doesn’t drop its prices every few months like other cloud infrastructure providers such as Amazon Web Services. And its focus on security has been helping the company increase revenue.
Crowdsourcing software review company TrustRadius revealed its latest marketing automation ranking and buyers’ guide today, and here’s the consensus: Software for the enterprise still lacks the appeal of consumer versions.
“The average person buys or sells about nine or ten cars in a lifetime. They don’t know how to do this — dealers know what they’re doing and can take advantage of that situation.”
Chinese e-commerce titan Alibaba is widely expected to set the record for biggest tech IPO — and it may file next week.
It’s a 3D world out there, and Google’s Project Tango intends to model it in real time with a smartphone.
Sponsored Post To better reflect the company’s new mission to revolutionize manufacturing through innovations in chemistry – and provide industrial partners with high-level improvement in process speeds and product performance – Bioformix has changed…
Embattled Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox continues to crumble.
The world’s biggest smartphones makers all agree on at least one thing: it’s time to find a new way to protect the personal data on your device.
Just as Samsung is planning a break from Android, its reliance on Google’s mobile OS is also getting deeper.
Editor's Pick Unity Technologies is expanding beyond its game engine to services with the acquisition of Playnomics, which provides predictive analytics for game developers, GamesBeat has learned.
In the explosion of marketing technology over the past three years that has seen a tripling in startups with cloud, app, and web-based solutions for your marketing department, there’s one company that has been around almost since the original dot-com boom.
Sponsored Post Eagle Eye Networks today announced that its video security system has been continuously protected from Heartbleed (CVE-2014-010) vulnerabilities in OpenSSL. The Eagle Eye Networks Security Camera Video Management System (VMS) is a cloud…
Sponsored Post Shopping cart abandonment — there’s nothing like those three dreaded words to set an ecommerce business on the defensive.
HotelTonight is using forecasting to help you be spontaneous — just a few days in advance.
Whoever said manners and courtesy were dead, clearly didn’t know about Paperless Post and its little invitations and cards empire.
People come back to anonymous information-sharing app Secret much more than other consumer apps. Small wonder the company has picked up $12 million since launching about 75 days ago.
Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com, may be raising a new $100 million round of funding, Fortune reports.
Better metrics and monitoring tools could make more companies comfortable with buying mobile ads, a Google executive says.
As for his Jelly startup, the entrepreneur didn’t share even an ounce of detail regarding the young app’s usage statistics.
Here’s VentureBeat’s round up for all the notable startup investments of the day, which we lovingly call Funding Daily:
They’re not here yet, but in less than two years, U.S. buyers will have a choice of at least three plug-in hybrid SUV models to choose from.
After Uber launched its peer-to-peer car sharing service uberPOP in Paris, Brussels, and Barcelona, it’s now popped up in Berlin, entering a legal grey area.
AngelList is taking its syndicated deals to a new level with the launch of Maiden Lane, a fund that invests in “power angels” on AngelList.
Money management is tough, and expert advice is expensive. That’s the gap investors believe LearnVest can fill.
Mobile applications have been making an impact in some industries, but areas like commerce remain wide open.
SAUSALITO, Calif. — With 75 percent of its users coming from smartphones and tablets, Twitter is more eager than ever to make its mobile revenue streams count.
“We want to take an architectural approach that brings together different products to create this notion of ambient intelligence,” said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
Sponsored Post AppConext Auto has created a new infographic to help give you a better sense for the state of Apple’s connected vehicle strategy and how CarPlay will be utilized within the vehicle.
Today the company announced an update for the Roku 3 that brings a new voice search feature to your TV via the official Roku iPhone app.