The problems with Facebook are inherent in its design, but that can change

Amber Case Contributor Share on Twitter Amber Case is the former CEO of Geoloqi, a past keynote speaker for SXSWi and at TED, and author of the O’Reilly book Calm Technology: Designing for Billions of Devices and the Internet of Things.

The Message Is The Product: Solving Mobile Gaming’s Price Problem

The medium is the message, says Marshall McLuhan. If so the message is the product too. In considering the problem of paid games on mobile (conventional wisdom says people won’t pay for them) it seems more than ever that that reasoning applies. Mobile game makers don’t market premium,

Silicon Valley Represents An Entirely New Political Category

Internet founders believe the best role for government is competitive and direct funding for non-government agencies to solve social problems, whether it’s these parent-run public charter schools, loans to immigrant entrepreneurs for an alternative energy startup,

Six Problems With Our Democracy… And Who’s Working To Fix Them

In Silicon Valley and beyond there are several companies that are working to change the systemic problems with our government, and it’s worth highlighting their efforts. Read More

The Server Needs To Die To Save The Internet

Do we have the Internet we deserve? There’s an argument to say that yes, we absolutely do. Given web users’ general reluctance to pay for content. We are of course, paying. Just not with cold hard cash,

The Next 10 Years Of Automation And What It Might Mean For The Job Market

After decades of subtle developments that largely went unnoticed by much of the working world, artificial intelligence has taken center stage in the last 2-3 years as a “hot” technology. From Google’s surge of acquisitions (DeepMind, Boston Dynamics, etc.),

Apple, Amazon and the uncertain future of the book startup

Book startups face a number of challenges -- not least of which is the fact that they are competing with Amazon.

The Internet’s Missing Link

When the web was originally designed, its creators aspired to include a way to transfer value. According to the HTTP standard, error code 402 was “reserved for future use” and was labeled “Payment Required.” Just as we needed a way to freely share information,

The Greatest Investments Not Financed In 2014

Last year was a fun one to be in the business, generally, of evaluating and taking business credit risk, and the non-investment grade universe of companies and the venture sector, specifically, were no exception. The unambiguous commercial success demonstrated by companies like Airbnb, Uber,

​Walter Isaacson Talks AI, Apple Watch, and His New Book The Innovators

The stories we tell ourselves about genius and geniuses are often stories about history's great men. But Walter Isaacson's latest project is different. Read more...

​Walter Isaacson Talks Gamergate, Apple Watch, and His New Book The Innovators

The stories we tell ourselves about genius and geniuses are often stories about history's great men. But Walter Isaacson's latest project is different. Read more...

Pivotal CEO talks IPO and balancing life in Dell family of companies

Pivotal has kind of a strange role for a company. On one hand its part of the EMC federation companies that Dell acquired in 2016 for a cool $67 billion, but it’s also an independently operated entity within that broader Dell family of companies — and that has to be a fine line to walk. […]

BigID lands in the right place at the right time with GDPR

Every startup needs a little skill and a little luck. BigID, a NYC-based data governance solution has been blessed with both. The company, which helps customers identify sensitive data in big data stores, launched at just about the same time that the EU announced the GDPR data privacy regulations.

In the NYC enterprise startup scene, security is job one

While most people probably would not think of New York as a hotbed for enterprise startups of any kind, it is actually quite active. When you stop to consider that the world’s biggest banks and financial services companies are located there,

Through luck and grit, Datadog is fusing the culture of developers and operations

There used to be two cultures in the enterprise around technology. On one side were software engineers, who built out the applications needed by employees to conduct the business of their companies. On the other side were sysadmins,

NS1 brings domain name services to the enterprise

When you think about critical infrastructure, DNS or domain naming services might not pop into your head, but what is more important than making sure your website opens quickly and efficiently for your users.

Full-Metal Packet is hosting the future of cloud infrastructure

Cloud computing has been a revolution for the data center. Rather than investing in expensive hardware and managing a data center directly, companies are relying on public cloud providers like AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure to provide general-purpose and high-availability compute, storage,

BigID lands in the right place at the right time with GDPR

Every startup needs a little skill and a little luck. BigID, a NYC-based data governance solution has been blessed with both. The company, which helps customers identify sensitive data in big data stores, launched at just about the same time that the EU announced the GDPR data privacy regulations.

As Chinese censorship intensifies, gays are back while teenage mothers and tattoos are out

Following the passage of a new cybersecurity law and the removal of term limits from Chinese president Xi Jinping, China’s government is conducting a comprehensive crackdown on online discussions and content, with few companies spared the rod by the central government.

US early-stage investment share shrinks as China surges

The global early-stage investment pie is getting bigger… a lot bigger. Just four years ago, investors were putting less than $10 billion per quarter into early-stage deals (Series A and B). The past two quarters, however, have all come in over twice that level. Q1 2018, meanwhile,

FCC dings T-Mobile $40M for faking rings on calls that never connected

T-Mobile will pay $40 million as part of a settlement with the FCC for playing ringing sounds to mislead customers into thinking their calls were going through when in fact they had never connected in the first place.

今年,你能从魅族那儿买到Ubuntu手机了

【联手魅族、bq,今年能买到Ubuntu的手机了】Ubuntu将在今年与西班牙第三大智能手机品牌bq以及中国魅族展开合作,在年内推出对应的手机设备。但截至目前Ubuntu还未透露有关机型、价格的具体信息。

Maven快速入门及简单使用 - 韜羅

开发环境MyEclipse 2014JDK 1.8Maven 3.2.11.什么是Maven?Maven是一个项目管理工具,主要用于项目构建,依赖管理,项目信息管理。2.下载及安装下载最新版 Maven:apache-maven-3.2.1-bin.zip。官网下载:http://maven.apa...

【Cookie晚报】吃or不吃

2014-6-24 Cookie晚报(吃or不吃) 晚报咸鱼:最近玉林狗肉节贫上头条,从开始的爱狗人士劝阻卖狗 […]

第三次 给我变个月亮,让约会更浪漫! - cmacro

嗯嗯,效果不错。趁着这个热乎劲,接到俺的LED测试板上试试。呃~~~ 竟然和小LED的效果不一样啊,不一样。不但闪烁而且完全没有调光效果。郁闷内,查查原因呗。看看那里出问题。迅速在PT4115手册里翻查。

个人飞行背包将于2016年上市

新西兰马丁飞行器公司是世界上第一台实用化个人飞行器的研制者,该公司将为美国国土安全部、美国国防部以及其他联邦、州和地方机构提供飞行技术服务。预计2016年上市的首批产品售价预计将高达15到20万美元。

微信美国用户量过去一年疯涨11倍:增至300万

11月28日消息,asiaone网站援引英国数据统计公司GlobalWebIndex消息称,自2013年至今,腾讯即时通讯应用微信在美国的用户数量疯涨了11倍,目前已达到突破300万。

创业公司分时期诊脉表

前言:如今年轻的创业公司在迅速发展的互联网中瞬生顺灭,怎么避免昙花一现的火爆,走出无法维持的窘境可能是众多创业 […]

Pioneering Tech Blog GigaOm Is Shutting Down

GigaOm, a tech blog founded by journalist turned VC Om Malik, is shutting down after finding itself unable to repay creditors. The site has been serving up tech news (and has served as a direct competitor to TechCrunch) since 2006. Initially Twitter chatter backed up reports of the site’s demise.

The Difference Between FitBit And GoPro

Today, the technology industry is caught in a landslide of hype about “unicorns” — the term adopted by many to describe the rare class of startup that soars in value to $1 billion or more. And just like their namesake, many tech unicorns will turn out to be fantasies. Read More

比起遏制女性夜跑,美国程序猿为女性制作了这些救命App

昨日,杀害宝鸡“夜跑”舞蹈老师的嫌疑人被捕。但悲伤的是,这样也挽回不了她年轻的生命,甚至不能阻止未来类似案件的发生。

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