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Quirky Ditches Device Manufacturing, Preps for New Investment
Pivots

Quirky Ditches Device Manufacturing, Preps for New Investment

Its home automation spinoff, Wink, may also see additional investment in a separate round, CEO Ben Kaufman says.
5 Things to Know When Developing an App for Millennials
Millennials

5 Things to Know When Developing an App for Millennials

Digital natives are the most desirable and most challenging market for developers.
Chris Klunt
This Phone Case Allows for Longer Battery Life by Recycling Cast-Off Energy
Technology

This Phone Case Allows for Longer Battery Life by Recycling Cast-Off Energy

Nikola Labs just launched a Kickstarter project to bring this innovative phone case to the masses.
Carly Okyle
Uber Has a Mobile Game to Stop Drivers Getting Lost
Uber

Uber Has a Mobile Game to Stop Drivers Getting Lost

It's a creative solution to a common problem.
Arjun Kharpal
Google's New Startup for Cities Needs to Go Far Beyond Tech
Urban Communities

Google's New Startup for Cities Needs to Go Far Beyond Tech

If the Google-backed Sidewalk Labs just wants to build tech for 'smart cities,' it may not make a dent.
BlackBerry May Put Android System on New Device
Competition

BlackBerry May Put Android System on New Device

Sources say the move is an acknowledgement that its revamped line of devices has failed to win mass appeal.
This 29-Year Old Tailor Is Relentlessly Working to Overhaul the Menswear Fashion Industry
Ecommerce

This 29-Year Old Tailor Is Relentlessly Working to Overhaul the Menswear Fashion Industry

Combat Gent founder Vishaal Melwani is proving that high fashion and high tech don't have to mean high prices.
Catherine Clifford
11 Tips to Secure Mobile Devices and Client Data
Cyber Security

11 Tips to Secure Mobile Devices and Client Data

Do your employees know how likely they are to leak your company's secrets?
Robert Siciliano
FCC Chief Urges Mobile Industry to Install Anti-Theft Protections on Devices by Default
Mobile

FCC Chief Urges Mobile Industry to Install Anti-Theft Protections on Devices by Default

The current mandate over such features is defined by disparate state laws.
Geoff Weiss
Here's What Oculus Just Revealed at Its Much-Anticipated Press Event
Oculus VR

Here's What Oculus Just Revealed at Its Much-Anticipated Press Event

Big news about partnerships and hand controllers, but still no word on a release date or a concrete price point.
Laura Entis
What Needs to Happen for Bitcoin to Go Mainstream
Bitcoin

What Needs to Happen for Bitcoin to Go Mainstream

Do you know what Bitcoin is and why you should care about it? If you answered no, point made.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Microsoft Research Project Uses Drones to Track Emerging Diseases
Far Out Tech

Microsoft Research Project Uses Drones to Track Emerging Diseases

The goal is to find new strains of pathogens before they begin wreaking havoc.
Frankencloud: The Monster That's Killing Business
Cloud computing

Frankencloud: The Monster That's Killing Business

Has your company gotten too "cloudy" in its applications numbers? You actually need just one platform.
Jeremy Roche
This Real-Life Cyborg Has an Antenna Implanted Into His Skull
Far Out Tech

This Real-Life Cyborg Has an Antenna Implanted Into His Skull

Born color blind, artist Neil Harbisson is a cyborg who can hear color.