Homesnap raises $14 million for real estate intelligence

Rockville, Maryland-based Homesnap has come a long way from its days as a consumer-facing app for displaying information about local homes by taking a photo. While its current app still works this way for prospective buyers, these days its core focus is for U.S. real estate agents,

Amazon’s Audible expands its original programming with new comedy series

Over the past few years, Amazon -owned Audible has been expanded beyond audiobooks to include more original content, like the short-form audio programming offered through Audible Channels, for example. Today, the company announced a new partnership for original comedy projects,

Watch the historic first private mission to the Moon launch Thursday night

For the first time later this week, a privately developed moon lander will launch aboard a privately built rocket, organized by a private launch coordinator.

Audi’s new V2I feature helps drivers hit every green light

Audi has added a new feature to the vehicle-to-infrastructure technology embedded in its newer models that’s designed to help drivers catch every green light. The tech, called GLOSA or Green Light Optimized Speed Advisory, is part of the automaker’s built-in traffic light-reading technology.

Macquarie Capital Venture Studio adds three new companies to infrastructure tech portfolio

Macquarie Capital Venture Studio, the infrastructure-focused accelerator affiliated with the nearly $500 billion-dollar investment firm, Macquarie Group, has added three companies to its portfolio. The companies, AirMap, Envoy Technologies, and Teralytic,

Samsung’s foldable phone? Meet the Galaxy Fold

Samsung’s promised a much better look at its foldable phone at tomorrow’s big S10 event. We already caught a glimpse of the product late last year at the company’s developer conference, but among the many uncertainties with the product is what the hell the company will name the thing. After all,

Why can’t we build anything?

Last week, California governor Gavin Newsom announced that he was intending to aggressively scale back plans for the state’s high-speed rail system, which in its most ambitious routing would have connected Sacramento to San Diego. The immediate cause was ballooning costs,

You can now register .dev domains

Google today announced that you can now register .dev domain names. Google acquired the .dev top-level domain when ICANN opened up the web to new generic top-level domains (gTLD) a few years ago. At the time, Google acquired gTLD’s like .app, .page and .dev (for some reason, Google also owns .soy).

AMP for email is a terrible idea

Google just announced a plan to “modernize” email, allowing “engaging, interactive, and actionable email experiences.” Does that sound like a terrible idea to anyone else? It sure sounds like a terrible idea to me, and not only that,

Magic Leap is partnering with Turner sports and the NBA to stream games on an app

Magic Leap and the National Basketball Association are partnering with Turner Sports to show live games on its platform in an app that will be available to Magic Leap One ‘Creator Edition’ customers.The partnership announced onstage at the Code Media conference in Huntington Beach, Calif.

As ad dollars erode, tech investments point the way forward for networks

There’s no doubt that linear advertising revenues are going to decline in the coming years for big networks. Squeezed by Facebook and Google on one side, and impossible consumer expectations created by Netflix, Amazon and other streaming services on the other,

A Strong Case For an Umbrella With a Bendable Handle

As useful as an umbrella is for staying dry when it's pouring rain, they can be a pain to deal with when you get back inside and they're soaking wet. But designers Liang-Hock Poh and Ming-Hung Lin realized that by simply making the umbrella's handle flexible,

Chromecast Support Coming To Mobile Firefox

sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Chromecast is a great device, and concept, however it is more or less limited to Google's Chrome browser and supported apps. That seems to be changing: Mozilla is working on bringing Chromecast support to its Firefox browser.

Critical USB flaw means PC users ‘can never trust anything anymore’

Security researchers explained the flaw affects chips inside USB devices and can be used to spoof a PC into thinking it is any USB device and steal data in a number of elaborate ways.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/08/08/critical-usb-flaw-means-pc-users-can-never-trust-anything-anymore/

NASA to Send Messenger on a Final Trip So Close to Mercury It Could Melt

Over a decade ago, NASA shot Messenger into space, and in 2011, it became the first probe to orbit around Mercury, sending back our first closeups of the planet . But all good things must come to an end, and Messenger is running out of fuel. In one last tour,

一个简单进程调度器的实现和分析 - current

主体代码文件有三个,mypcb.h,myinterupt.h, mymain.

“变味”的朋友圈 你烦了吗?

“现在走过来的是微信方阵,你看他们左手手机,右手充电宝;身后背着一锅心灵鸡汤,胸前挂着佛经和养生秘方,手上拿着励志经典和情感小句,口中还在大喊,亲,给孩子投个票吧!

《碟中谍》电影高科技大揭秘 多项装备已在研制

好莱坞经典系列电影《碟中谍》,有四大招牌特色缺一不可:卖命的汤姆·克鲁斯、经典的音乐旋律、美丽的世界风光,还有就是眼花缭乱的科技装备。

Samsung Gear VR launches before December for $99

We already knew Samsung's final Gear VR was coming in 2015. Now we have a price and a better sense of the release timing.The mobile-based virtual reality headset will launch in North America "in time for Black Friday" and worldwide "shortly after,

Google人力副总裁:成功团队具有五个关键要素

编者按:怎样成为一个伟大的管理者?一个成功的团队需要具备哪些因素?Google 负责人力运营的副总裁 Laszlo Bock通过调查和分析 Google 的优秀团队给出了答案。  是什么成就一个高效的 Google 团队?我们 Goog ... ...

途牛“首付出发”亮相2015成都国际旅游展

北京2015年12月7日电 /美通社/ -- 途牛旅游网旗下旅游金融服务品牌“首付出发”参展于12月3日-5日在蓉城举办的2015成都国际旅游展,并设置主题展区,现场向国内外专业买家以及普通消费者进行品牌推介并接受观众咨询。

© 云聚网互联网资讯 我要投稿 云聚网博客 7秒MCN大数据平台 悠闲吧