Hollywood’s latest blockbuster “Gravity” was filmed by robots. Four giant industrial robots whisked props, lights and even actors around the set in a ballet of split-second precision, as well as doing the camerawork. They call it cinematic automation.
Google product listing ads can make the world’s largest search engine your store by uploading your products, setting pricing, and letting the magic of the Internet happen. But how do you upload and manage thousands, hundreds of thousands or even tens of millions of products on Google Shopping?
“Smart Data” startup Sailthru raised $19 million to grow its platform, which sends customized marketing content to millions.
Sales automation and predictive analytics company InsideSales raises significant second round of investment.
Home security company Vivint sells to Blackstone for $2B
4Moms makes an $850 stroller that charges your phone and folds/unfolds at the touch of a button, a $200 baby rocker with an iPod dock and speakers, and more.
Home energy systems maker Control4 announced an agreement with Cisco today to develop home energy and smart community projects worldwide.
Following a string of recent acquisitions, IBM has announced that it will purchase marketing automation software maker Unica for about $480 million — at a price of $21 a share.