Guest Post Mobile phone-based hearing aids could be the next big thing in health technology.
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Guest Post Deborah Sweeney is the CEO of MyCorporation.com.
Today, Pinterest might have just gotten closer to revealing how its advertising strategy will look.
Snapchat doesn’t make money. It is “kind of” private. It is incredibly addictive. It might be worth $4 billion by the end of this week.
Guest Post Trying to grow too quickly might kill your local marketplace startup.
Guest Post You need to start giving up that precious time you barely have to help your customers grow their businesses.
This year, Apple made $27 billion from the Chinese market alone. Chief executive Tim Cook is happy with the results, but is looking for more in 2014.
Guest Post This is why FailCon is an example of being “authentic” in Silicon Valley.
This year has not been a good one for the NSA.
Formlabs, a 3D printer company, got funding today and has also gotten us all excited about being able to print out objects.
Guest Post Some people think the Midwest is losing talent to the coasts, but really, startup-life is starting to get bigger.
Easy Taxi — a competitor to cab-hailing apps such as Hailo, Taxi Magic, and TaxiMojo — received $7 million today and is expanding to three regions: the Middle East, North Africa, and Hong Kong.
You know those iPad things, the big screens that many said are like a stretched-out version of your iPhone?
Sqrrl wants to help regular private-sector enterprises take advantage of the majorly scalable and powerful NoSQL database created by the National Security Agency.
Struggling students use OneClass to get a third party perspective on their notes. The company received $1.6 million in funding today to help them get to those A’s.
It sucks when your Wi-Fi goes down. Sometimes you can’t load YouTube, sometimes you can’t post on Facebook, sometimes you can’t look up that patient’s file to make sure they’re not allergic to the drug you’re about to pump in them.
Criminals are taking your data, tying it up with some major encryption, and then throwing it back at you, saying, “You pay me, and I’ll decrypt your precious information.”
Go home, you’re drunk.
Sometimes you just have to sleep on the street for two weeks to get a new iPhone.
Looks like sell-your-own-fashion app Poshmark has been keeping some big-name celebrity investors tucked away in its pocket.
After a very dramatic year it looks like National Security Agency chief General Keith Alexander may leave his post.
The next time you’re driving your electric car through New York City, you may be able to charge up using one the city’s many manholes.
Guest Post I’m sick and tired of hearing about “lean startups.”
Guest Post When I travel outside the Mile High City, I’m often asked what makes Denver so attractive for startups. While our tech community and the companies it’s home to are gaining traction by the month, the benefits of launching a startup in Denver aren’t necessarily as obvious as those associated with major tech destinations like the Valley and, more recently, New York.
This report was updated at 9:14 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16.
Guest Post Enterprise software is changing in many ways. It’s moving to the cloud. Profit margins are getting squeezed. Customers are cutting costs and demanding more. The onus is now on vendors to prove their value-add.
Sending a Snapchat, at this point, is like sending a photo over regular text message. People you don’t want viewing your private pics are still going to see them — even the cops.
Brazil is building its own private e-mail service because it just doesn’t trust the U.S.
Edward Snowden has been laying low in Russia ever since he started handing out NSA secrets as if they were candies on Halloween night.
YouTube isn’t going to kill TV any time soon.
Guest Post Paul Gaubil is the chief executive and co-founder of Sensopia, the maker of home improvement app MagicPlan.
Believe it or not, there is some drah-mah in the cloud-accounting industry. Oh, yeah, we’re talking dollars and data centers, here, people.
In a head-to-head match-up of which countries handle privacy the best, you may be surprised to learn who is respecting your data the most.
You can really see how expansive the mobile industry is through today’s funding announcements.
Guest Post Earlier this year, I started a new business venture with a partner. We were going to solve a major problem, travel costs for small and medium-sized companies. After investing three months of our time and about $2,000, we decided to stop actively pursuing the opportunity. The reason? Several of our core assumptions turned out to be wrong.
Editor's Pick Break out the brats and beer: mobile security company Lookout Mobile just announced another huge distribution partnership with Deutsche Telekom — and received $55 million from the German telco and Peter Thiel.
Like all of your favorite boy-bands from the ’90s, BlackBerry might be breaking up instead of taking some time off.
Deutsche Telekom-backed Hubraum today kicked off the next round of its accelerator program in Berlin and revealed the seven startups taking part. The latest batch of teams includes health technology startups, an online education startup, a digital identity provider and a service that lets users monetize their own personal data.
Guest Post There’s a reason more than 50 percent of cloud buyers have already invested in, or are planning to invest in, hybrid cloud deployments. It’s because hybrid cloud allows companies to combine best-of-breed offerings from both the public and premise infrastructure worlds, enabling them to create an ultimate, custom-tailored solution.