People who don’t take their car out very often will save money, as MetroMile’s insurance prices on a per mile basis.
Starting today, these self-described Hungarian security freaks are offering a $25,000 prize to anyone who can hack their startup.
“What’s cooler: music or computer programming?” I asked Will.i.am, one of the founding members of the iconic hip hop band Black Eyed Peas. “Coding,” he replied instantly. “By about 10 times. A trillion times.”
A trio of former Yammer executives have launched a new company, dubbed Mode, with seed funding from former boss David Sacks.
Media Temple will not be shut down in the wake of the acquisition. Instead, it will continue to operate independently with no real day-to-day changes for employees or customers.
“We’re letting people program Wikipedia unsupervised,” Harihareswara wrote. ” Anyone can write a chunk of code to be included in an article that will be seen by millions of people, often without much review.”
As if $125 million were not enough, Box has expanded its gargantuan funding round to $150 million.
Never before has Microsoft so desperately needed to prove itself — perhaps because it’s never been in such a precarious position.
Editor’s Pick OpenROV, a mini submarine developed in a Silicon Valley garage, has been hailed by the world’s media as the key to unlocking the earth’s last frontier.