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This new startup wants to be the ‘Netscape for crypto,’ and some investors think it has a shot

Three-month-old Elph wants to make it easier for you to find and use blockchain-based apps. How? Through a portal that’s promising to enable users to click through to see how their crypto holdings are faring, to buy and sell CryptoKitties, or to find and use other decentralized apps.

Making way for new levels of American innovation

Matt Weinberg Contributor Matt Weinberg is a former White House appointee with the U.S. Small Business Administration, where he served as a Senior Advisor in the Office of Investment and Innovation.

Asian investors have plenty of cash, a hearty appetite for investments and a different approach to d

If you’re being courted by Asian investors, you’ll need to adjust the VCs’ expectations. That can be a challenging task when the parties have different perspectives on appropriate management styles and levels of control.

Google releases a searchable database of US political ads

In an effort to provide more transparency and deliver on a promise to Congress, Google just published an archive of political ads that have run on its platform. Google new database, which it calls the Ad Library, is searchable through a dedicated launch page. Anyone can search for and filter ads,

Uber reports Q2 losses of $404 million, up 32 percent from Q1

While Uber isn’t required to disclose its financial results, Uber has done so for past few quarters as it gears up to go public next year. In Q2 2018, Uber’s net revenue was up 8 percent quarter over quarter at $2.7 billion. Year over year, that’s a 51 percent increase.

Coinbase acquires Distributed Systems to build “Login with Coinbase”

Coinbase wants to be Facebook Connect for crypto. The blockchain giant plans to develop a “login with Coinbase” identity platform for decentralized app developers to make it much easier for users to sign up and connect their crypto wallets. To fuel that platform,

Spotify is falling behind on lyrics and voice

Spotify’s lack of full lyrics support and its minimal attention to voice are beginning to become problems for the streaming service. The company has been so focused on the development of its personalization technology and programming its playlists,

Grabb-It wants to turn your car’s window into a trippy video billboard

It reminds me of something out of Blade Runner. Maybe it’s because it looks a bit futuristic – a bit unreal. Maybe it’s because I’m looking at an ad somewhere I never expected to see one, like the skyscraper-height ads of Ridley Scott’s future.

Apple orders a 10-episode mystery series inspired by kid reporter Hilde Lysiak

Apple is continuing to flesh out its lineup of TV series for its upcoming streaming service and Netflix competitor, assumed to be offered sometime next year as part of a subscription bundle with Apple Music. The company’s latest addition is a dramatic mystery series,

Docker aims to federate container management across clouds

When Docker burst on the scene in 2013, it brought the idea of containers to a broad audience. Since then Kubernetes has emerged as a way to orchestrate the delivery of those containerized apps,

A conversation with Sarah Cannon and Mark Goldberg, Index Ventures’ new partners

Index Ventures — a firm with investments in companies like recent IPO Dropbox, a series of successful gaming companies like King, and others including Slack and coming IPO Zuora — has seen a lot of moves in the past few months. There was the departure of partner Ilya Fushman earlier this year,

Lightroom For iPhone Review: A Portable Digital Darkroom For Your Mobile Photos

Adobe has a slew of new updates to its Creative Cloud suite today, and among them is a new version of Lightroom mobile designed for the iPhone. The app turns your iOS-powered smartphone into a pocket powerhouse of a dark room, taking into account the fact that for a lot of people,





Facebook Ads Will Follow You Around. Starting Now.

Good news for advertisers, but maybe not-so-great news for users concerned about their personal data: Starting Monday, Facebook will use data it gleans from users for its new ad network, Atlas,



Apple Patents Method to Make iPhones Fall Like a Cat

Apple can't stop dreaming up with ways to keep its glass screens from cracking. The latest attempt comes in the form of a pretty bombastic patent which was just approved by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Basically, it would make your iPhone fall like a cat.Read more...

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Hewlett-Packard will purge 30,000 people from its workforce

SAN FRANCISCO — Hewlett-Packard is preparing to shed up to another 30,000 jobs as the Silicon Valley pioneer launches into a new era in the same cost-cutting mode that has marred much of its recent history.The purge announced Tuesday will occur within the newly formed Hewlett Packard Enterprise,

相比Win10 微软CEO纳德拉更在意Office创新

微软CEO纳德拉自从上任后,不乏争议,但他让微软变得更加年轻、“移动”、效率,也是有目共睹,包括你已经安装的Windows 10 、全息眼镜HoloLens……但是,The Wall Street Journal 通过采访纳德拉了解到这位印度裔CEO,其实相比Windows 10,他似乎更加关注已经推行了25年的Office软件,微软高管和Office软件甚至出现在了9月9日苹果iPhone 6s发布会上。  

Microsoft’s battery tech is going the distance with the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL

If there’s anything that’s been particularly bothersome for people who’s use a smartphone, it’s the fact that battery lives are often pitifully short. Often a battery can only last for a day with casual use,...

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