Bastiaan Janmaat and Mike Dorsey are co-founders of DataFox, a predictive intelligence company reinventing the way investors, analysts, and business development professionals research and track technology
This post originally appeared on the Buffer blog. You know the feeling. You’re sitting there, staring at your hands, at the keyboard, at the screen, at the ceiling. You’re supposed to post something on
Jake Peterson is the head of customer success at Segment, a customer data hub that lets you integrate analytics, advertising and marketing tools with the flip of a switch. The e-commerce industry will
Samsung is reportedly (via WSJ) preparing for a smart home control interface that uses your smart TV to recognize basic hand gestures, directed at the objects you actually want to control. So, for example,
He'd say that once, when he was a kid, he was reading a science magazine and he found an article ranking animals by the efficiency of their movements. At the top of the list, there were cheetahs and hawks.
Remember that awesome Smart TV processor Qualcomm trotted out for CES? It looks like it won't be making its way to your living room after all. The company quietly announced the death of the Snapdragon
Developers, start your engines: The barrier to new apps that work with Google’s Chromecast streaming device is down. On Monday morning, the company publicly released its Google Cast Software Development
Sony had a tiny surprise to share just ahead of the Tokyo Games Show: the PS Vita TV, appearing from inside SCE President Andrew House's jacket pocket. Having already announced a new, slender PS Vita less
We’ve learned that Apple is making progress on its development of a successor to the current Apple TV and that the device is well into testing. We are led to believe that the new device, which is said
Hobbyists have been assembling personal computers from their components for decades, buying the processors and other parts and putting them together in their basements. Now they’re doing the same for computers.
There's a glut of video available. Fifteen percent of all online video is already being viewed on mobile devices. Another significant slice is being viewed through apps on smart TVs and set-top boxes.