Last year, voice technology giant Nuance quietly acquired VirtuOz, a developer of virtual assistants for online sales, marketing and support — a “Siri for the enterprise” that counted the likes of PayPal
Think you’re all bad-ass with your two-factor authentication and 40-character passwords? If Motorola’s vision of the future comes to pass, that kind of security is for wusses. In a conversation at All
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Queueing Theory Lets Any App Offer A Mailbox-Like Reservation System (Even If It’s Just For Building Buzz)
Ever since Google announced that access to its then-new email application Gmail would be invite-only at first, startup founders have been angling to reproduce that same kind of fervor for their own services.
The Pitch: The ChargeCard is a super-slim USB phone charger that can fit in a wallet as easy as a credit card. The product was funded on Kickstarter, and was recently sold on the shopping site Grand St.
Apple is beginning a campaign today to win back the video-editing community that abandoned its flagship video-editing software after the release of its controversial Final Cut Pro X. The LA Times reported
It seems everyone wants a piece of the HTC One. The “unprecedented demand” for the phone – as well as the Ultrapixel shortages – has caused release delays in several markets, including HTC’s home turf
$25 Raspberry Pi Model A Now Shipping In Asia, After Landing In Europe Last Month — Heading Stateside Soon
The $25 Model A Raspberry Pi has gone on sale in Asia, following its launch in Europe last month — suggesting a U.S. landing can’t be too far off for the most affordable of the Pi Foundation’s two low-cost
Frustrations mount as developers deal with Apple's inability to manage another cloud service iCloud, perhaps more than any Apple software product, is meant to "just work." When Apple introduced iCloud,