Twitter has cancelled plans to move into new San Fransisco offices where fellow tech giants Uber and Square are currently headquartered, according to San Fransisco Business Times.
Several technology companies are among the world’s most valuable brands, according to a new report from consultancy firm Interbrand.
(By Byron Kaye and Swati Pandey, Reuters) – Australian businesses are turning their backs on bitcoin, as signs grow that the cryptocurrency’s mainstream appeal is fading.
REVIEW: Mattel thinks it’s cracked the code to making virtual reality kid-friendly. The 70-year-old toy company, under the guidance of Google, released its Cardboard-powered View-Master on Friday.
GUEST: When The Lean Startup hit bookstores in 2011, it became a bestseller and created a movement. The book’s principles were straightforward and quickly began to resonate with entrepreneurs and wanna-be entrepreneurs.
GUEST: By 2017, over 50 percent of commerce will be conducted on mobile (according to Gartner). Retail brands need to reach smartphone and tablet users, but when, how often, and with what content?
It took 40 years, but in 2015 the NBA’s Golden State Warriors won their latest league championship. And while the Bay Area celebrates this victory, it’s worth looking at the team’s campaign to see how they continue to rally fans to #WarriorsGround.
GUEST: Tel Aviv has quickly become one of the most successful startup ecosystems in the world, recently listed as the fifth best startup ecosystem globally, and the number one ecosystem outside of the United States.
(Reuters) – China wants to speed construction of a national network to charge electric cars, to help reach an ambitious goal of 5 million green vehicles on its roads by 2020, national news agency Xinhua said on Sunday, citing a senior energy official.
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void comes out on November 10. The single-player campaign will wrap up 17 years of story in a series that has become a huge part of video game pop culture.
GUEST: If you think your company doesn’t have anything to do with the growing on-demand economy and that you’re immune to it, think again.
The new meetup/hookup app Veep has raced to 5,000 users after launching a week ago in the App Store, says the app’s developer.
The Experian/T-Mobile hack may be more worrisome than Experian’s carefully worded description of it suggests, some security experts said Friday.
GUEST: Jet is a newcomer in online retail, and it’s gotten some pretty impressive funding ($225 million to be exact) that it’s blowing through with a massive old school advertising campaign.
T-Mobile data stolen from the servers of credit bureau Experian is already showing up for sale on the dark web, says one security firm.
GUEST: One thing that has always intrigued me about Silicon Valley is how easy it is here to dismiss products, investments, and sweat with the “fail fast, fast often” mindset.
I’m very proud to introduce a cast of characters that you won’t find together at any other event. Besides myself, the moderators of GamesBeat 2015 include the following people.
GUEST: You don’t have to convince the average investor that the healthcare technology market is the hottest place to be these days.
GUEST: Robotics in the workplace is no longer a “next generation” idea – it’s already here. Starting with business process service providers – experts at getting back office work done efficiently for companies – we’re seeing robotic process automation (RPA) beginning to be deployed with accelerating adoption.
It’s not easy to get excited about a connected door lock, but Schlage’s new Apple HomeKit-connected deadbolt is surprisingly functional, and it points toward a future where we don’t need keys.