"Think of it like a smart rifle. You have a smart car; you got a smartphone; well, now we have a smart rifle," company President Jason Schauble says.
Google's I/O developer conference is over, and we've learned quite a bit.
Tumblr, which famously hates advertising and only started trying to make money after five years in existence, is in a bit of a pickle, as its $125 million in funding is running out, giving the service only a few-month window in which to raise a new round or find a sugar daddy.
Guest Post Attending tradeshows is more than just cruising the aisles and looking and exhibitor booths. Understanding the inherent mechanics of trade shows, executing a well-defined game plan, and measuring the results in your professional life can make the difference between a useless visit and a game changing trip.
24 hours after Google released three location tools for its app developers, startups are already integrating the APIs into their products. The founders of Valet stayed up all night to get the brand new API into their parking app as quickly as possible.
The biggest web company on the planet just added support for the most widely used programming language on the planet.
Communication is important in any business and these investors spoke loud and clear giving millions to two companies.
Bang With Friends, the app that connects you with Facebook friends looking to hook up, was removed from the Apple app store only a week after it made its debut.
Nevahold is a platform where people can 'crowd source' their social media accounts put more weight behind their customer service complaints.
Launching this week, the company's new iPhone app features profiles of kids in developing countries who desperately require surgeries. You can donate directly through the app and receive real-time updates on the patient's progress.
Yahoo is holding a New York event this Monday for a mystery announcement.
Google has gone from a company that approached design through cold, hard algorithms to one that's employing gorgeous, user-centric interfaces.
Online petitions are playing a more crucial role in the healthcare industry every day. Change.org is right in the middle of it.
In 2012, Google made more than $50 billion, almost entirely via plain, boring little text ads. So it's more than a tad ironic that Google has won the Clio advertiser of the year award for 2013 for creativity and excellence in ... old-fashioned video ads.
Google used 400 custom-built data-sensing "motes" to collect 150 million database records during Google I/O. Here's how the team built the devices and collected the data.
Abbey Post is a fashion marketplace that brings social e-commerce to the plus-size community. The company just released a totally rebuilt version of the site, which now features an internal social network and expanded inventory
Nokia's latest Lumia has a lot to like, but its hurt by a lot of unfortunate design decisions.
Stitcher Radio is rolling out a new feature on its iOS app today that makes it much easier to use the streaming service while driving in a vehicle -- which is exactly where radio belongs.
A year ago today, CEO Mark Zuckerberg "rang the bell" to open trading in one of the most hotly-anticipated initial public offerings in history as Facebook hit the stock market. And promptly went splat.
Marketing automation business Marketo made its debut on the Nasdaq stock exchange today, and early trading looks strong, with shares up 55 percent over initial pricing.