We'd hardly call Isis a juggernaut, but the would-be Google Wallet-slayer is certainly building steam. After convincing American Express to back it in a nationwide rollout, Chase has decided to hop on
Clothing brands have begun using body-scan data to tweak their clothing sizes and to help customers find the right fit. But a new Kickstarter campaign is taking this method further by creating sizes from
Following on from its $600 million purchase of marketing platform Neolane, which closed earlier this month, Adobe today made its fourth acquisition of 2013. To further strengthen its marketing and analytics
Clinical psychologist Dr. Meg Jay doesn’t subscribe to the theory that your 20s are a throwaway time to just have fun and decide what you want to be when you grow up. While popular media often depicts
Editor’s note: Chris Moore is a partner at Redpoint Ventures where he focuses on making investments in consumer Internet, online marketing and SaaS companies. Follow him on his blog and Twitter @Moorski.
Magnets are pretty basic – some poles attract, some repel, and you can use them to hold stuff up on your fridge. However, what happens when magnets can be “programmed” to react in different ways? Huntsville,
Consumer interest in 3D printing is booming, thanks to increasingly affordable printers, crazy stories about 3D-printed candy, human ears and handguns, all of which are impressive technological leaps.
This originally appeared on LinkedIn. You can follow Joel Peterson here I started my first business at age 11, selling tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots and squash that I grew myself. It was all planted from
For years we’ve been hearing about how the ascendant tech startup scene in NYC is going to rival Silicon Valley’s tech-hegemony. It’s a story the mainstream media has run with hard because, after all,
The errand marketplace hires for longer-term work, and may add benefits Not long ago, Chris Mok worked in the advertising department for Macy’s in San Francisco, booking models for the department store’s
Three months after launching in beta, TechStars grad Bondsy is releasing its self-titled iPhone app to the public with the goal of helping friends “trade things you can’t put a price on.” Bondsy first
Square’s not just for businesses apparently, as an invite-only page for a product called “Square Cash” has popped up. Not many details are known about it, but we’ve reached out to the company for comment.
Investors say they invest in people as much as they invest in ideas, and when it comes to your company, it is not just top management that can make or break your business. Unpleasant or dissatisfied employees,
Remember that break-apart DualShock 3 idea for motion control Sony had five years ago? A new company named Mad Genius Controllers has surfaced with a working prototype that shows such a contraption working
Google’s smaller, simpler email compose box looks a lot like Gchat. And that’s no coincidence. If you’re a regular user of Gmail, you’ll know why the bottom right corner of the screen is special. It’s
Joe Stewart, global creative director at Huge, on the next wave of web retail. The ability to instantly communicate through imagery now seems to transcend everything for businesses–for content creators,
Designer Luke Wroblewski describes the sometimes counterintuitive tactics he used to make Polar stand out from the crowd. When we first wrote about Polar, an addictive app that invites you to make and
All enterprises, regardless of what they produce or the services they deliver, are really information businesses. The accuracy, speed and precision of IT systems means the difference between winning or