Above: Ampush CEO Jesse Pujji Image Credit: Ampush To Ampush chief Jesse Pujji, the future of mobile advertising comes down to native ads running on Facebook and Twitter.
Above: The Artemis line Image Credit: Sense6 Design “Smart jewelry that helps keep you alive.” That very well could be the motto of San Francisco-based Sense6 Design, a producer of smart jewelry like necklaces and pendants whose built-in technology allows users to contact authorities in the event of trouble.
GUEST POST Image Credit: Futurama/20th Century Fox You’ve got an amazing product idea, and you’re looking to get it funded.
Above: Above: Drawing of the Microsoft smartwatch from the patent application. Image Credit: U.S. Patent Office Reports over the weekend said that Microsoft will release its own entrant into the growing field of consumer smartwatches.
Above: A display at a Microsoft Windows press event in San Francisco on Sept. 30. Image Credit: Jordan Novet/VentureBeat Microsoft’s “Security Response Center” today highlighted a new PowerPoint bug which affects all supported versions of the Windows operating system (save for Windows Server 2003), but fear not; Microsoft has a temporary solution to the problem.
Image Credit: Dmitry Baranovskiy When Zachary Hamed took a break from school to be a Thiel Fellow, he and his partners created Bowery.io, a service for Web developers that more or less sounds like a miracle even our own tech team couldn’t believe.
GUEST POST Image Credit: leungchopan / Shutterstock The wearables fitness market is primed to explode – with CES predicting the market will eclipse $1 billion this year, and independent research suggesting 55 percent of Americans plan to use a wearable device in the coming year.
Image Credit: Flickr user Joi Marc Andreessen says everything tech optimists want to say to skeptics (in three quotes and two graphs).
Image Credit: Apple B2B marketers are attacking mobile with budgets that are jumping 11 percent over the next six months and an additional 17.5 percent over the next 12 months.
Yahoo today reported its third-quarter earnings for 2014, with revenue of $1.09 and non GAAP earnings per share (EPS) of $0.52.
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Above: Apple CEO Tim Cook showing off Apple Pay Image Credit: Dean Takahashi/VentureBeat I only had to use Apple Pay a few times before I got over the novelty of paying for stuff with my phone.
Image Credit: Antana/Flickr Machine learning — the practice of teaching machines to make decisions using existing data — can do a lot of things.
Above: Promotional image for Uber's UberRush courier service Image Credit: Uber Uber, ever inching beyond ridesharing, today announced a temporary meal delivery service in Hong Kong.
Above: The Windows 10 Start Menu Image Credit: Microsoft Microsoft today released the first update to Windows 10 preview, as part of the company’s Windows Insider Program.
GUEST POST Image Credit: anyaivanova / Shutterstock Mark Zuckerberg recently announced a donation of $25 million to the Centers for Disease Control Foundation to help fight Ebola.
Image Credit: Shutterstock The consumer genetics company 23andMe says it’s combining its DNA-based ancestry database with MyHeritage’s database of family tree records.
Above: James Tamplin, left, co-founder and chief executive of Firebase, and Ossama Alami, vice president of developer happiness, at the startup's office in San Francisco.
Yammer today launched a share button, which can be embedded on any website and works just like all the other social buttons.
Skeptics of patient empowerment would be advised to tune into the real-time dashboard of Twine Health, which will be demonstrated for the first time publicly at HealthBeat, October 27-28.