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Tech trends that will impact your home

By |July 30th, 2016|

 High-tech homes are about to revolutionize the way we live. While interior design once relied on color schemes and playful accents, new tech trends are completely revamping how we design, build and live in our spaces. Read More Source: News

The human role in a bot-dominated future

By |July 30th, 2016|

 Imagine a world where bots are ubiquitous… a world where nearly every online interaction takes place with a Siri, Alexa, Cortana or some soon-to-be-named artificial being. Banking is a breeze. Your cupboards and refrigerator are always full. But in such a world, where bots provide the ultimate convenience of a futuristic lifestyle, is there still --> READ MORE

10 most unlikely startup investments made by NBA legends

By |July 30th, 2016|

 As the tech industry has heated up in recent years, athletes with an interest in startups have been jumping on deals. Most have stuck to what they know and supported sports-tech companies like CoachUp and The Players’ Tribune. But for some athletes, even that wasn’t enough. Here’s 10 of the most unlikely startup investments made by --> READ MORE

Make your commute suck less

By |July 30th, 2016|

 Everything you do to make your commute better is like an early-stage investment in your success at work. Start earning dividends early by borrowing some of our hundreds of hours of research and picking up the best devices and accessories for commuters. They make your twice-daily trek by car, rail or bike worry-free, comfortable, and --> READ MORE

VR needs a hit

By |July 30th, 2016|

 I believe virtual reality is going to be huge. Huge. …Eventually. But when? Are we talking years, or decades? I visited yet another VR festival this week, and I couldn’t shake the feeling that we’re still in the very early days of the medium. It’s amazing! It’s thrilling! And it’s still kind of the Stone --> READ MORE

Indonesia will be Asia’s next biggest e-commerce market

By |July 30th, 2016|

 Indonesia presents much opportunity for e-commerce among other emerging Asian economies, with current projections putting this archipelago nation’s e-market at $130 billion by 2020. With an estimated annual growth rate of 50 percent and strong mobile-first initiatives, retailers have a unique opportunity in Indonesia to focus on developing truly mobile platforms to help facilitate… Read --> READ MORE

A glimpse inside Tesla’s super secretive Gigafactory

By |July 30th, 2016|

 Even having grown up in California, I’m realizing I’m not built for this heat. We’re 30 minutes or so outside of Reno, but it feels like I’m on the sun. I can feel my sunscreen baking off. Why the hell did I wear black today? It’s okay; it’s worth it. I’m out here for a --> READ MORE

Charging startups to apply to an accelerator is exploitative and dumb

By |July 29th, 2016|

 Yesterday, a little birdie told me about Nextt, an accelerator (probably more accurately referred to as an incubator) for early-idea-stage startups. The idea is to take a napkin-stage idea and turn it into an MVP of sorts in six weeks. Not a shabby idea, but the insidious thing here is that Nextt charges $100 per --> READ MORE

Research shows deleted WhatsApp messages aren’t actually deleted

By |July 29th, 2016|

 Chat logs from WhatsApp linger on your phone even after you’ve deleted them, according to new research published by iOS expert Jonathan Zdziarski. Forensic traces of chats linger on the phone even after a user archives or deletes them, Zdziarski found, and could be accessed by someone with physical access to the device or by law --> READ MORE

Dedrone partners with Airbus to bring drone detection to wide open spaces including airports

By |July 29th, 2016|

 A startup that helps businesses determine when drones are flying unwantedly or otherwise into their airspace, Dedrone, has partnered with the electronics division of civil aircraft manufacturers Airbus to bring drone detection to wide open spaces and remote locations. Through their partnership, Dedrone will integrate Airbus’s long range radar technology into its systems which are… Read --> READ MORE