Cala Health, a medical technology company that develops “wearable therapies” to tackle chronic disease, has raised $50 million in a series C round of funding from a number of big-name investors, including
HP and SmileDirectClub hope to disrupt the $12 billion orthodontics business by making 3D-printed teeth molds. At the Rapid 2019 3D printing conference, the company said they will use 49 HP Jet Fusion
CloudBees, a San Jose, California-based software company that provides DevOps solutions to enterprises, today announced that it has secured $10 million in follow-on funding from HSBC. This brings the last
While the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) appears likely to approve the proposed merger of third- and fourth-place wireless carriers T-Mobile and Sprint, the Department of Justice is reportedly
Conversational AI is arguably the most advanced and important application area for business AI right now. As such, it calls for a special focus. That’s why Transform, the “AI event of the year” will be
Alibaba founder Jack Ma was greeted at the Viva Technology conference in Paris like a conquering hero. During an hour-long question-and-answer session on stage, however, he made some rather astonishing
Cloud-based gaming is starting to heat up. In a new report from market research firm IHS Markit, cloud gaming earned $387 million in 2018, and the company predicts that number will balloon to $2.5 billion
Developer Double Fine and publisher Bandai Namco announced today that Rad will launch on August 20 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC. This is Double Fine’s first project with Bandai Namco, a
At its Build 2018 developer conference a year ago, Microsoft previewed Visual Studio IntelliCode, which uses AI to offer intelligent suggestions that improve code quality and productivity. In April, Microsoft
Six years after Google Glass was unveiled, it goes without saying that the first major augmented reality headset wasn’t the massive success some imagined: The $1,500 Enterprise Edition was ultimately almost
Facebook is partnering with a handful of organizations to combat diseases using real-time maps powered by satellite imagery, computer vision, census data, and Facebook’s proprietary data. The social networking
Google AI researchers working with Northwestern Medicine created an AI model capable of detecting lung cancer from screening tests better than human radiologists with an average of eight years experience.
Online data breaches are on the rise, and it’s no great mystery why. In a recent survey conducted by LastPass, 59% of respondents said they reused passwords across multiple accounts and more than half
Third- and fourth-place U.S. cellular carriers T-Mobile and Sprint have been struggling to get regulatory approval for their merger since it was announced last year, as multiple FCC review delays and protests
Arm normally designs chips for a wide range of low-power devices. But today it is launching Space Analytics to empower property managers to better use available space in order to maximize revenue and costs.
Nvidia AI researchers today introduced SimOpt, an AI system trained to transfer simulated work into real-world action in order to complete tasks like putting a peg in a hole and opening and closing a The
Huawei’s fortunes have gone from bad to worse, as news emerged last night that Google will stop providing the company with support for Android and Google services. The move was made in response to a U.S.
Siemplify, a New York and Tel Aviv security orchestration platform provider, today announced that it’s secured $30 million in series C funding led by Georgian Partners, with participation from existing
Driverless truck startup TuSimple teams up with the USPS to haul trailers between Phoenix and Dallas
Self-driving vehicle startup TuSimple nabbed a notable new client recently: the United States Postal Service (USPS). This morning, the company revealed that the Postal Service has awarded it a contract
Marvel and NetEase are collaborating to create new original entertainment, including games, TV shows, and comic books based on Marvel’s universe of superhero characters. Guangzhou, China-based NetEase
Tyffon, a graduate of the Disney Accelerator program, has raised $7.8 million to expand its free-roam virtual reality experience locations from Japan to the U.S. The company will open a Tyffonium venue