QuickPay has a mobile app that lets you pay for on-street and off-street parking in lots and garages.
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Ford is pulling the academic world into autonomous car research because what student doesn’t want a driver-less designated driver.
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Mollenkopf takes the top post from Paul Jacobs, the founder’s son, in March.
Nonprofit organization America for Animals is building a mobile app that makes it easier not to, by helping people find restaurants with vegan, vegetarian, and humanely raised options.
Nimble Storage, which makes a flash-optimized hybrid storage platform, just made its debut on the New York Stock Exchange — and market sentiment is hugely positive.
DirecTV is exploring the possibility of launching its own streaming video service to boost revenues, the company said during an investor meeting yesterday.
Fresh groceries, flying delivery drones, and now … wholesale deliveries? Online retail magnate Amazon is reportedly opening an online wholesale store called Pantry, potentially firing a shot across the bow of warehouse clubs like Costco and Sam’s Club in 2014.
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Social media mavens can get rewards out of their activity with the new currency on Empire Avenue.
Google is a software company. Google is a services company. But it’s not really a hardware company — at least not yet.
With so much money behind it, the underdog doesn’t looks so weak anymore.
NASA intends to make spacewalking on an asteroid a reality.
Amazon Web Services is helping customers make faster queries against their large data sets by ading support for an open-source tool called Impala.
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While gamers have Dungeons & Dragons, sports fans have fantasy sports. But not everyone can make the time to participate in a fantasy sports league for an entire season.
With more than 14 million users globally, Survey Monkey is now keen to boost these numbers even more by upping its presence in Europe.
Geomerics will move ARM deeper into visual media.
The fund’s money will be used on an aggressive marketing strategy, opening a network of showrooms in Moscow and other big Russian cities, and changing its IT infrastructure and its website to make it more user-friendly.
Earlier today Twitter decided to make a pretty significant change to its account-blocking functionality that caused such a huge uproar from users that it ended up changing everything back already.
As our Lean LaunchPad for Life Sciences class winds down, a good number of the 26 teams are trying to figure out whether they should go forward to turn their class project into a business.
Aereo issues a bold statement to TV broadcasters regarding their efforts to sue the startup over copyright infringement claims. (How bold? Bolder than A1 ‘Bold & Spicy’ sauce.)
Oculus VR will use the money to fund the commercial launch of its virtual reality gaming goggles.
After reading George Parrott’s article yesterday about his effortless 1,200-mile West Coast road trip along Tesla’s Supercharger Highway, I have only one thing to say.
Yes, one day soon your smoke detector is going to need to be secured. And Mocana is already thinking about how to do it.
Dell attempts to protect hardware revenue while also shooting for a vendor-neutral management role through new partnerships it announced today.
Specifically, Dell’s venture arm is looking to fund enterprise technologies, including cloud computing, big data, next generation data center, security and mobility.
Here are the startups that attracted a little investor sugar today.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Public Schools chief executive Barbara Byrd-Bennett revealed plans for every student to take a foundational course called “Exploring Computer Science.”
I, for one, welcome our new bot overlords … particularly since they are still allowing us humans to use the Internet.
Call of Duty: Ghosts sold better on PlayStation 4 than on Xbox One.
With Snapchat, you can send self-deleting photos and videos to your friends. Younity can send anything.
If Internet history teaches us anything, it’s that even the most successful-seeming online music companies can evaporate almost overnight. Here’s what Spotify is doing to ensure its dominance.
Kiva is launching Kiva Labs, a new initiative that aims to generate $25 million in loans for clean energy, mobile technology, and agriculture. Google granted Kiva $3 million for winning its Global Impact Award, which is funding the project.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden will address the European Parliament, probably in January on the topic of data security, over the objections of conservative parliamentarians.
We’ve seen plenty of gadgets try to make our cars smarter, but investors have apparently taken a liking to newcomer Zubie.
Unlike LinkedIn, recruiters must include a salary range, and provide ample information about the opportunity at the outset.
TrueCar has raised $30 million to make the process a little less stressful. The company claims to have “changed car buying forever” with its site that generates price estimates for buyers, so they go into the dealer knowing how much to pay.
The company, which connects caregivers with people who need care, aims to raise $80 million in its IPO on the New York Stock Exchange.