Password replacement firm Slicklogin just pulled off the slickest deal of all. Israeli startup Slicklogin thinks passwords are insecure, messy, and time-consuming–and that two-step authentication via text
NEW YORK (AP) — Jumping on the latest hot trend seems like a sure-fire way to strike entrepreneurial gold. But while yoga studios and gluten-free bakeries may be popular, investors and business consultants
Startups specialized in home automation, established consumer electronics giants, and large Silicon Valley-based tech companies are all poised for a huge battle over this new consumer space, sometimes
Y Combinator-backed online retailer platform and former TechCrunch Disrupt participant, 42, is today making its official debut. The company, founded only a year ago, is working to turn raw point-of-sale
Editor’s note: Tomio Geron is head of content at startup Exitround. This is part of a series of posts on the tech M&A market. Follow him on Twitter @tomiogeron. For one founder who recently sold his startup,
For those of you who believe the mobile economy is still in gold rush/bubble territory — an industry whose greatest growth years are in front of it — think again. Flurry, one of the larger mobile ad companies,
Most people know what marketing executives do every day. They try to catch people’s attention through email, ads, tweets, and press releases. As for data scientists, well, their work is not nearly as understood.
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The most salient aspect of technology is its power to disrupt. The important innovations are the ones that change our world so profoundly that the previous order becomes not only untenable, but unthinkable.
Himanshu Sareen is CEO of Icreon Tech, a global software development firm. It’s hard to believe it, but 2013 is on its last legs. The year has been eventful to say the least in the world of enterprise
India’s Unique Identification project, also known as Aadhar, earlier this week finished capturing demographic and biometric data of over half a billion residents–the largest biometric project of its kind
Privacy advocates have long argued that the commercialization of our online data is a worrying trend, but it’s been hard to explain why because the companies who track much of what we do operate in obscurity.
Earlier today we reported on an apparent security problem with trivia app QuizUp that saw users’ contact data sent in plain text. Developer Plain Vanilla blamed a fault with third-party software that now
Imagine the “Wow!” when someone first sees a flexible display screen. Tablet computers that can roll up into tiny scrolls, a comfortable “smart watch” – the potential applications abound. It is no surprise
We recently acquired a MakerBot Replicator 2 here at Truth Labs. He is affectionately known as Arnold of Villanova II (Arnold for short). In the maker spirit, we rolled our own chrome extension to let
The message was clear: Apple is getting its clock cleaned by Samsung, which is now by far the dominant smartphone maker in the world. (Samsung had 32% of the global market in Q3, the same share as a year
In trading on Friday, shares of DaVita HealthCare Partners Inc (NYSE: DVA) crossed above their 200 day moving average of $59.26, changing hands as high as $59.35 per share. DaVita HealthCare Partners shares
In trading on Friday, shares of Aluminum Corp of China Ltd. (NYSE: ACH) crossed above their 200 day moving average of $9.30, changing hands as high as $9.34 per share. Aluminum Corp of China Ltd. shares
In trading on Friday, shares of Statoil ASA (NYSE: STO) crossed above their 200 day moving average of $23.09, changing hands as high as $23.17 per share. Statoil ASA shares are currently trading up about