So this entrepreneur wants to put a bunch of 300-pound, autonomous security robots into circulation around the world — in schools, malls, public streets, you name it.
Northern Imagination Want to catch a first glimpse of the new Tesla statue being unveiled today in Palo Alto, Calif.?
A screenshot from a 23andMe ad campaign In late November, Google-backed genetics-testing company 23andMe received a warning letter from the U.S.
Flickr/ light-seeker In September, Google chief executive Larry Page announced his latest “moonshot,” a mysterious new venture to extend the human life span.
U.S. Army RDECOM/Flickr Kang Xu, a scientist at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory. Academia.edu wants to help researchers share their scientific papers freely.
Michael O'Donnell/VentureBeat Lyft’s new VP of data science has experience working on the space shuttle and nuclear reactors.
Juniper released its top 10 tech trends for 2014 today. And if the research firm is right, our cities are going to get smarter, our money is going digital, and we’ll be printing a lot more products at home.
Dean Takahashi Simon Khalaf Mobile analytics firm Flurry has raised a $12.5 million round of funding, according to a filing with the U.S.
KidoZen Vendor lock-in is a major concern for enterprises, which may want to migrate from SAP to Oracle or use several software solutions simultaneously.
IBM Research/Flickr Alessandro Sorniotti, a cloud security scientist at IBM Research. Sorniotti worked on new IBM technology to enable data to move from one cloud to another.
John Koetsier Twitter lists kind of suck. First of all, they’re buried way down deep in Twitter’s interface, a sort of forgotten feature that isn’t easy to find.
Jackthreads, like most online retailers, has seen the light when it comes to mobile. After launching a completely revamped Android app two months ago, Jackthreads says it saw more than 70 percent of traffic between Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday coming from mobile devices.
King King's Candy Crush Saga. Candy Crush Saga has dominated the mobile charts and our finger touches during the past year as the world’s most popular mobile game.
Cristiano Betta Thanksgiving is apparently the time to open apps as well as eat Turkey. According to data released today by Flurry, the mobile analytics company, Americans initiated about 1.3 billion app sessions this year on Thanksgiving, a 68 percent jump from last year.
King Candy Crush Saga's Japanese commercial. Television doesn’t seem like the kind of place that a major mobile game producer would look to acquire new players, and that’s typically true.
The Supreme Court will decide whether software can be patented. The court agreed to hear the case Alice Corporation Pty.
dingbat2005/Flickr Another startup has found that a public cloud isn't always best. There’s more proof out today that the public cloud — and Amazon’s cloud, to be specific — is not always the right cloud, even for startups.
Electronic Arts Battlefield 4 in action for next-gen consoles. If Battlefield 4′s kicked you out of one match too many, why not calm yourself by catching up on a week’s worth of GamesBeat’s content?
Gooseling Gooseling cofounder and CEO Vicky Keston with her kids. Tooth decay is the number one chronic childhood illness — 5 times more common than asthma and 4 times more common than early childhood obesity.
via The Smart Department If you’ve ever wondered what it would like if Apple decided to challenge Google’s Driverless car technology, the outcome could be either wonderful or kind of terrifying.