Storenvy unveiled a redesigned website today with a new emphasis on product discovery and debuted 100 brand pages today that tell the stories of featured brands.
Fashionistas rejoice — Keep is making Instagram shoppable.
But this system only works with Wi-Fi-connected lightbulbs.
A tiny unfunded five-person startup in Massachusetts has created a Google Glass alternative that, they say, is much more immersive than Glass — and much less geeky.
Ardica is developing a thin and flat fuel cell battery, which can give devices seven days worth of run time on a single charge.
Homejoy is bringing the “lean startup” approach to philanthropy. The company announced the establishment of the Homejoy Foundation today, which will give financial grants to veterans and military families in need.
But you still won’t be able to download movies to watch when an Internet connection isn’t available.
Sponsored Post Hint: The answer isn’t to hire a team of specialists.
Sure, most smartphones offer free GPS navigation these days. But unless you have a smartphone mount on your dashboard, looking down at your phone for navigation can be awkward — and potentially dangerous — while driving.
Glu CEO Niccolo de Masi believes that Glass may be another “iPhone moment” for mobile games.
At any given time after a holiday or gift giving occasion I’ll have at least three to five gift cards — many that are issued by credit card companies — that typically sit in a drawer for months before I realize I should probably put them to use.
Like Yahoo and Google, Microsoft is now looking at rallying its engineering teams to encrypt all of the data flying between its data centers.
More than 250 retailers are banding together in Bitcoin Black Friday so that you can buy your Christmas tree, holiday flights, authentic Moroccan rugs, and booze, or pay for your next hot date, all with privacy and safety … in Bitcoin.
Nokia’s latest budget-focused Lumia is skipping the US — at least for now.
Shockingly, people seem to get upset when you spy on them.
In the latest report on the NSA’s extensive digital spying efforts, it turns out even online porn habits are fair game.
HealthCare.gov’s role is changing, as customers will soon have the chance to enroll in subsidized insurance through federally licensed commercial insurance exchanges — potentially shifting much of the activity to the private sector.
What happens when a large organization gets confronted with the kind of intractable, legacy obstacles that the HealthCare.gov website is currently facing?
In a boost for Berlin, U.K.-headquartered King — one of the world’s top social games providers — has announced it will be opening a new games studio in the German capital.
It’s absolutely vital to have a PR strategy. But how do you get started?
It’s been a bumpy few months for electric car maker Tesla Motors.
A former Visa engineer has built and open-sourced the InfiniSQL database to handle hundreds of thousands of transactions simultaneously and support familiar SQL query language.
Speedtest.net calculates the rolling mean of consumer download speeds. Its most recent ranking puts the U.S. below Moldova and Uruguay.
Just in time for the holiday season, pop star Lady Gaga has partnered with BitTorrent, Inc., and Vice Magazine to release a special treat for her fans: behind the scenes video from her recent album, Artpop.
Here’s some things you didn’t know: companies still get funded despite everyone across the country craving turkey day foo (or vegan equivalent) so badly that they can’t think straight.
3D printing is a hot category, and HP, the king of printers, hopes to enter the market in 2014.
HP’s boss puts a highlight on touchscreen convertibles as a hot category in PCs and tablets.
Aging is a fact of life. We should all be so lucky as to age with grace and comfort, but the reality is somewhat harsher. The GENerator and its 11 portfolio companies are driving innovation for the elderly.
On Christmas morning children will unwrap their gifts to find a shiny new tablets and e-readers, but this year the Nook is not likely to be one of them.
Its latest Chromebook, the C720P, packs a touchscreen for just $300. In comparison, Google’s Chromebook Pixel, the only previous model with a touchscreen, sells for a whopping $1,300.
CEO Meg Whitman finally has a positive earnings report to talk about.
The four-hour man finally got a day job.
We have many of the leading lights of data science attending our DataBeat event next week. If you’re looking to use Big Data to get ahead in your business, you need to be there.
ATOMS are a system of plug-and-play sensors, motors, and logic blocks. Kids can either use one of ATOMS’ sets to build monsters, robots, or magic wands, or attach them to existing toys and control them using an iOS device.
Sponsored Post Scott Burnell, who is the global lead for business development and partner management with the Ford Developer Program, discusses the advantages of Ford’s Developer Program.
“They who would give up essential liberty, to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.”
When I want an expert to assess whether or not I’ve made a solid purchase of a recent computer, naturally I go to the bumbling (yet lovable) hacks on History Channel’s Pawn Stars.
Millennial Media released its “Mobile Mix” report today, looking at key advertising trends with a focus on mobile manufacturers, devices, operating systems, and connected devices.
A new report by research firm Canalys suggests we’ll be buying tablets by the boatload in 2017 — almost 400 million of them. And next year, tablet sales will make up a full 50 percent of all PC sales, when you define a PC as one of a tablet, desktop, or laptop.
In this deal, 7digital will go public on the London Stock Exchange — all without the hassle of an IPO.