It may be awhile before we see them, but Facebook says it's working on making it so easy to build apps for Oculus that Beyonce can do it.
The lucrative tech boom is drawing investors from all ends of the globe, who are eagerly writing checks to venture capital firms in an effort to get a toehold in the startup scene that is creating newly minted millionaires and billionaires almost weekly.
All the clichés you might expect about Sweden's capital are true. In the summer, ships glide around Stockholm's archipelago, which makes up just a handful of its 30,000 islands. At this time of year, it's the perfect winter wonderland. The people are beautiful, everything is perfectly designed, and pickled herring is everywhere. But these aren't the only things that define the city. In the last few years, Stockholm has become one of the most talked-about places in the world thanks to its apps, g
Tech.eu dove into the data it has been collecting over the past year, to create a detailed list of the 20 largest funding rounds in European tech in 2014.
Far from being the latest fad, the popularity of drones is set to keep rising, with about 100 types debuting in 2015 alone
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The crowdfunding platform is increasingly the launchpad for the hottest new consumer tech products.
Does money really make the world go round? Well, I’m not sure about that, whatever Liza Minnelli says, but what I do know is that getting money from pocket A to pocket B is a key area of focus in t...
Abstract illustration with logistics infrastructure Image source: www.kerlink.fr There has been great discussion about how the Internet of Things will chan
By Jeremiah Owyang @jowyang, living in Silicon Valley since 1997.
Everybody is talking about digital transformation these days; what exactly is digital transformation? “Digital transformation, as I define it, is the evolution (or revolution) of business philosophy, processes, models and systems to compete in a digital economy,” explains Brian Solis. Sounds pretty straightforward, doesn’t it? Yet, as Brian Solis suggests, some companies “…are investing in all of these new technologies without understanding the culture and the nuances and the relationship that the user has within those communities or how they use those devices.”According to Brian Solis, these companies do not necessarily think about changing their work ecosystem to adapt to new technologies but instead try to include new technologies within the existing framework. He used the example of mobile formats to prove this point; “What I do see is that companies are taking a mobile-first approach to simply adapt its current business...
Microsoft has acquired calendar app Sunrise for north of $100 Million. The company's founder, Pierre Valade, all but confirmed the acquisition on Twitter t
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Pembrokeshire-based startup aims to make aerial photography and video more accessible: ‘It’s intelligent. It swarms. It takes selfies...’
Each year, I have the privilege of participating at LeWeb, a conference in Paris that explores the state of startup innovation around the world. This year, instead of presenting, the cast of usual suspects were tasked with inviting startups that symbolized our takes on the future of tech.
My focus this year was to look beyond innovation or disruption (buzz words, I know) and instead, challenge entrepreneurs, investors and brands alike to consider disruption as an ecosystem.
Fundraising website spurred 22,252 successful campaigns, with technology projects attracting the most dollars