Tile, The Lost-Item Tracker With Millions In Crowdfunding, Was Worth The Wait

The first thing you’ll notice about Tile, the crowdfunded lost item finder that attaches to bags, keys, bikes and more, is that it’s big. I mean, I know the company provided the device’s specs beforehand, but it’s still a surprise to see this large,

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Tile, The Lost-Item Tracker With Millions In Crowdfunding, Was Worth The Wait

The first thing you’ll notice about Tile, the crowdfunded lost item finder that attaches to bags, keys, bikes and more, is that it’s big. I mean, I know the company provided the device’s specs beforehand, but it’s still a surprise to see this large,

Long-Delayed Connected Device Tile Finally Starts Shipping

The Bluetooth-powered lost item finder called Tile, which last summer raised $2.6 million via crowdfunding, has finally begun shipping, the company now claims. Early backers may be a bit skeptical,

Lost Item Tracker Tile Locates $3 Million More In Series A Funding From Khosla Ventures

Tile, the square-shaped lost item tracker that attaches to everything from bikes to bags to key chains and more and then helps you locate those items if lost or stolen through a mobile app, has now raised an additional $3 million. The new funding comes from Khosla Ventures,

Lost-Item Tracker Tile Arrives On Android

When Tile, the square-shaped lost-item tracker that attaches to bags, bikes, key chains and more, announced this fall that it had raised $13 million in funding (a combination of a seed round and Series A investment),

Duet Takes On Tile With A Small, Square Lost Item Finder That Also Lets Your Replace The Battery

Early backers of the Bluetooth-powered lost item finder called Tile, backed by $2.7 million in crowdfunding, have been patiently waiting for the device to begin shipping (which it finally is, they say). But in the meantime, a number of similar tags have stepped in to fill the void,

A Wearables Startup Playbook

The rise of mobile broadband, commodity sensors, smartphone-based companion apps, virtualized manufacturing and supply chain, crowdfunding, and nimble design have converged to make wearables mainstream. With the category now validated as a strategic hotspot for all major corporations and platforms,

How I learned to stop worrying and love the Windows Phone 8.1

Of all the mobile platforms out there, Windows Phone 8.1 was literally the absolute last option I ever thought I would land upon. I had a burning hatred for Windows on the mobile side.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/07/15/how-i-learned-to-stop-worrying-and-love-the-windows-phone-81/

Amazon Prime’s dominance is spurring new startup opportunities

Amazon has made two-day shipping the new industry standard -- a standard most competitors can’t meet. Fortunately, some exciting new logistics startups are emerging to help them compete with Amazon.

Zwift CEO Eric Min on fitness-gaming and bringing esports into the Olympics

The rumored IPO plans of $4 billion spinning brand Peloton marks the rise of a wave of interactive fitness startups like Mirror, Tonal, Hydrow, and At Home 360 that combine a monthly subscription to recorded and/or live video classes with workout hardware.

Luminary ‘retooling’ after podcasters request removal from service

Last month, a New York Times piece heralded the arrival of Luminary. The story focused on the startup’s healthy funding (almost $100 million) and its “subscription-based business model that it hopes will push the medium into a new phase of growth.

A quick look at how fast Series A and seed rounds have ballooned in recent years, fueled by top inve

Wing, a nine-year-old, Silicon Valley venture firm co-founded by veteran VCs Peter Wagner and Gaurav Garg, produces interesting research about its own industry every now and then, based on a smaller data sets than firms like Pitchbook or CB Insights tend to use.

MuseNet generates original songs in seconds, from Bollywood to Bach (or both)

Have you ever wanted to hear a concerto for piano and harp, in the style of Mozart by way of Katy Perry? Well, why not? Because now you can, with OpenAI's latest (and blessedly not potentially catastrophic) creation, MuseNet.

The Markup faces staff exodus and funder scrutiny following ouster of Julia Angwin

The Markup appears to be facing a staff revolt — and its financial backers may be reconsidering their support — following the firing of Editor in Chief Julia Angwin. When the site was announced last fall, it was backed by $20 million from Craigslist founder Craig Newmark,

The venture firm SOSV has already raised its biggest fund to date, and it isn’t quite closed

SOSV, a sprawling, multi-stage venture firm that was founded as the personal investing vehicle of entrepreneur Sean O’Sullivan after his company went public in 1994, then re-launched as a traditional venture firm with outside backers in 2015, has raised $218 million for its third fund.

Outsource Your Bitcoin Mining To HashPlex, Which Just Raised A Seed Round

Are too many Bitcoin mining rigs making your office or home unspeakably hot or noisy? You can just outsource it to someone else. Or at least that’s the premise behind HashPlex, a cryptocurrency-miner hosting company that just raised $400,

CoinVox Brings Bitcoin Donations To Politicians

Sending a bitcoin isn’t that hard – if you know what you’re doing. But since the Federal Election Commission OKed the use of bitcoin by political action committees, things have gotten a little hairy. CoinVox, a service created by Christopher David and Christa Marie Clark,

PayPal Launches PassPort To Lure More International Sales From Merchants

PayPal and its owner eBay have been through a few tough rounds in the ring these last few months, facing calls from Carl Ichan to split the company (finished for now), a Twitter encounter with a departing, annoyed employee, and getting its president poached by Facebook. Today, however,



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Former Chicago Bulls Champ Falls for Fake Onion Article

Being roasted by The Onion means you're notable enough for people to talk about. In a way, it's an honor — but only if you're in on the joke.And it looks like no one told former Chicago Bulls player Ron Harper.See also: 7.5-Foot-Tall High School Basketball Player Is Kind of a Big DealOn Thursday,


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Life On Kim Kardashian’s D-List

Is there anything Kim Kardashian can’t sell? The Kim Kardashian: Hollywood game is now #1 in the App Store with a 5-star rating and more than 140,000 reviews. It’s slated to gross an estimated $200 million in annual revenue and the stock price for the company that created it, Glu Mobile,

7 Unexpected Majors That Can Get You Into Tech

You're on your way to college, which everyone is telling you will be the best four years of your life. But as excited as you are to head off to school, you're in a bit of a snag: You're looking for a way into the American tech sector, but coding and programming aren't your thing.

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1 随机变量的概念顾名思义,随机变量就是“其值随机会而定”的变量。随机变量的反面是“确定性变量”,即其值遵循某种严格的规律的变量,比如从北京到上海的距离。

Anarchy in the UK! Not on PIPCU’s watch

Andy Fyfe, the head of the City of London Police’s Intellectual Property Crime Unit wants a wider media debate to take place over the piracy issues that his body tries to stamp out.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/09/29/anarchy-uk-not-pipcus-watch/

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