Much like Gmail's five year-long beta period, expect Google Glass to be a "work in progress" for some time.
The "enterprise cool kids" are partnering up so customers can visualize relevant data to better understand the effectiveness of their teams.
Coursera is partnering with publishers to make it easier for students to access e-textbooks.
EA Sports will make video games base on the FIFA brand for years to come. Right now, players play 65 million games a week.
In a rare twist, the majority of startups closing funding rounds today are targeted to consumers. We've recently seen business-focused tech dominate the deals channel.
It's time for iPhone to "get the family treatment," former Apple creative director and strategy consultant Ken Segall says.
YouEye today closed a $3 million round to scale its futuristic approach to usability testing.
AnyRoad's platform gives local tour guides the opportunity to build a business online and connect with travelers seeking more authentic experiences.
Here's the complete download from EA's earnings call. The game giant continues to invest in next-generation games for Sony and Microsoft platforms.
Yahoo is focusing on interfaces and voice controls for search, not the heavy-duty algorithmic machinery that powers it all.
Blue Jeans unveiled a massive update to its standard pricing today, adding a new licensing model that offers companies unlimited "all you can meet" videoconferencing plans for as low as $10 per user, per month.
Wanelo released the third version of its mobile application today to make online shopping a pleasurable and personal experience "for everyone."
We're going back to the future, according to Monetate: going back to a time when all commerce was personal.
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Really, you wouldn't have thought a proposal to Borg the entire human species would have met with such resistance.
High-end design firm Fjord counts Nokia, Citibank, Harvard Medical School, and PayPal among its clients.
Atlas launched a mobile scheduling app today that simplifies the process of setting up appointments while away from a computer.
Less than two weeks after its acquisition by Facebook, Parse is announcing a new product. Parse is adding Parse Hosting to its suite of products that developers can use to be “server-free from beginning to end.”
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"We may be witnessing the rise of Twitter's recently acquired Vine," Compete.com's Conor O'Mahony said.
Teacher-turned-entrepreneur Adam Bellow has launched Educlipper, a tool for kids to save and share content from the web.