Given all of the security concerns raised by the rise of the Echo and other smart home hubs, Amazon surely knew that adding a camera to one of its devices was going to reinvigorate the privacy debate.
An excerpt from the new book “Tap: Unlocking the Mobile Economy.” This essay is excerpted from the book “Tap: Unlocking the Mobile Economy.” When I think of crowdedness in any given context, it immediately
I’ll do it for you for free, quite frankly Amazon today announced a new device for the Echo family: the Echo Look, a “style assistant” camera that helps catalog your outfits and rates your look based “machine
Starting a new business can be stressful. Unless you’re building a category killer, you’re competing in a crowded industry that already has a number of established brands promoting their products as superior.
Uber is making a couple of changes to its rating system, which should balance out the means to evaluate rides with a bit more fairness towards drivers. The new rating changes include greater specificity
General Motors has made Apple CarPlay and Android Auto available on its entire model lineup, and other automakers are quickly following that lead. This is all happening at a time when Apple, Google, and
Twitter delivered a surprising and much-needed positive quarterly earnings report this morning — and it’s finally seeing some positive moves in its stock price. That’s going to be important going forward,
Farmdrop, a farmer-friendly online grocery platform based in the U.K., has raised £7 million in Series A funding. Leading the round is Atomico, the London VC fund founded by Skype co-founder Niklas Zennström.
What you can learn from the college class that eschews traditional learning in the name of new experiences. If you want to become more creative, the answer may lie in becoming more courageous. A new class
Who will be the Pixar of AR? Someone oughta be rounding up Hollywood special effects engineers and animated character designers to build an augmented reality content startup. This week’s launch of Facebook’s
The ride-hailing giant exclusively shared details of its ambitious program to start testing sky cabs by 2020 and putting them into service as soon as 2023. Look, up in the sky. It’s…a taxi! That could
Ten years ago, if you mentioned the term “artificial intelligence” in a boardroom there’s a good chance you would have been laughed at. For most people it would bring to mind sentient, sci-fi machines
Instagram has doubled its user base, to 700 million monthly actives in two years, fueled by Stories, web signups and better onboarding on low-end Android phones. Instagram’s growth rate is actually speeding