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Now anyone can add voice recognition to their app. The days of us communicating with our computers by using our fingers are nearing an end. Google announced on Thursday that it is releasing its language
Earlier this year, a report in The Information claimed that Google-owned Nest was working on a rival to Amazon’s Echo — a service that would bring together a number of other connected devices and services
It’s a common adage in Silicon Valley that 90% of startups ultimately fail. To understand why that’s the case, a pair of researchers meticulously pored over 193 blog posts—startup postmortems, if you by
A new list from Designer Fund highlights the investors you might want to pitch for your next startup. In 2008, the young designer Brian Chesky pitched seven VCs on a social room-sharing app called Airbnb.
Co-written by John Fitch The holy grail of building unicorn startups is to look in the right places and to reject the first thousand bad business ideas. The looking part is easy since one needs only to
I review a lot of board decks with a beautifully hand-crafted page with metrics for the company. That makes me nervous. I prefer to see a screenshot of an internal dashboard, not something created for
Guy Kawasaki shares the layout for a perfect pitch. Pitching your startup to investors just might be the most nerve-wracking aspect of starting your new business -- well, besides the prospect of losing