Pluralsight prices its IPO at $15 per share, raising over $300M

Pluralsight priced the shares in its IPO at $15 this afternoon, above its previously set target range of between $12 and $14, and will raise as much as $357 million ahead of its public debut tomorrow morning. Pluralsight offers software development courses,

Elon Musk has a very bad idea for a website rating journalists

Elon Musk has, as I imagine he often does during meetings or long car rides, come up with an idea for a new thing. Unlike the HyperLoop, which was cool, and various space-related ideas, which we know he's at least partly expert about, this one is just plain bad.

GUN raises more than $1.5M for its decentralized database system

GUN is an open-source decentralized database service that allows developers to build fast peer-to-peer applications that will work, even when their users are offline. The company behind the project (which should probably change its name and logo…) today announced that it has raised just over $1.

It’s unconstitutional for Trump to block people on Twitter

A uniquely 21st-century constitutional question received a satisfying answer today from a federal judge: President Trump cannot block people on Twitter, as it constitutes a violation of their First Amendment rights. The court also ruled he must unblock all previously blocked users.

Spotify launches ‘The Game Plan,’ a 10-part educational video series for artists

On the same day that Spotify’s class-action settlement with musicians gets final approval, the company is making a big push to encourage artists to participate on its streaming service – in this case, by offering them a host of educational material to help them get started.

Uber is done testing self-driving cars in Arizona

Uber, which had already pulled its autonomous cars off the road following a fatal crash in Tempe, Arizona, is officially calling it quits on the state of Arizona, the Wall Street Journal first reported, citing an internal memo from Uber Advanced Technologies Group lead Eric Meyhofer.

Samsung adds ‘The Incredibles’ to its AR Emojis

Samsung’s AR Emojis were met with a…lukewarm reception when they launched alongside the Galaxy S9. The augmented reality avatars were regarded as a me-too response to Apple’s Animojis — and more to the point, were downright creepy. But at launch,

Upstarts emerge to chase Tesla’s lead in electric vehicles

A slew of well-funded new entrants backed by massive amounts of capital are chasing Tesla’s lead in an effort to power the next generation of the electric vehicle industry. Electric vehicle startups have raised more than $2 billion in the U.S. over the first months of 2018 alone,

I’m in love with Astell&Kern’s crooked, beautiful, ridiculously expensive MP3 player

It may be old-fashioned, but I find dedicated MP3 players wonderful little devices. I've used tons over the years (the Zune HD is still the best) and I'm glad to see they live on in some fashion, even if it's as an objet d'art jammed with audiophile knick-knacks a $700 price tag:

Former YouTube exec unveils Next 10 Ventures, a $50M fund to back online creators

Next 10 Ventures is a new firm that’s raised $50 million to invest in new digital content, and also in new tools and services for the creators of that content. The firm was founded by Benjamin Grubbs, previously global director of top creator partnerships at YouTube,

Google acquires Cask Data to beef up its tools for building and running big data analytics

Google is pushing hard on its efforts to build out a deeper enterprise business around Google Cloud, which continues to trail behind Amazon’s AWS and Microsoft’s Azure when it comes to revenues and usage among organizations. In the latest development, Google has picked up Cask Data,

How Dropbox streams your videos almost instantly

This is a pretty fascinating read for all you multimedia geeks out there: Dropbox detailed its approach towards video streaming in a blog post this week that dives deep into the technical details of codecs and transcoding pipelines. In short, Dropbox takes the first few seconds […]    

爱情的世界里没有谁对谁错,婚姻的殿堂除了幸福还有更多的坎坷

何为婚姻?婚姻是缘分与理解的结合,是对的时间遇到对的人;婚姻是那磨盘与碾子,将粗粗的生活磨成甜蜜的幸福;婚姻是那长江之水,将彼此包容。

Zynga的“重构”计划:再见,平克斯

今日 Zynga发表声明,该公司联合创始人马克·平克斯将从公司的所有实际运营角色中退出,仅担当公司的顾问角色。 […]

后智能机时代 智者生存

随着近年来电信运营商逐渐尝试走出终端补贴的泥潭,智能手机厂商之间的激烈竞争让苹果放弃了独家经营模式,智能手机的高速增长已近顶峰……我们正在迎来一个后智能机时代。

25000名美联邦雇员信息受到黑客入侵

本周五,据美国某机构政府官员声称, 一份内部纪录显示由于联邦政府背景调查业务承包商最近被黑客入侵导致多达25000名美国国土安全部雇员信息暴露。

12.9英寸iPad Pro采用A8X处理器,今年发布可能性不大

根据Apple Insider的消息,有关苹果12.9英寸版本的iPad又有了最新的进展。据传这款产品(iPad Pro)将采用A8的升级版处理器A8X。据称台积电将代工生产A8X处理器,而目前其正在代工配置在iPhone 6和6 Plus上的A8处理器。

【Jin句】雷军:“小米笔记本?这个真的没有计划”

“小米笔记本?这个真的没有计划。”——雷军在微博上表示。“他涉猎的范围之广令人感到吃惊。他是继通用电气的托马斯•爱迪生或惠普的大卫•帕卡德之后最优秀的企业领导人。

黑莓翻身战:发力企业安全领域

黑莓公司正力图通过支持所有移动操作系统,在企业安全领域发力赢回失去的市场份额。在宣布与三星合作后,其公司股价大涨。

[图]英媒别具匠心用表情语言直播奥巴马讲话

美国总统奥巴马于当地时间1月20日夜间发表的2015年国情咨文讲话受到全球媒体高度关注。但是在直播这场讲话的方式上,英国《卫报》选择了“剑走偏锋”。

Windows 10 Desktop: Microsoft postpones apps to SD card functionality

Microsoft has postponed a feature in Windows 10 (for desktops only) that would allow a consumer to install their apps onto an SD Card, rather than a hard drive. Windows 10 Mobile, on the other hand, is unaffected and will continue to support this feature.

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