Above: Indicative's Jeremy Levy and Andrew Weinrich Image Credit: Courtesy Indicative Indicative, an analytics startup based in the Big Apple, is coming out of stealth beta in about an hour.
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Image Credit: Eric Blattberg / VentureBeat Looks like Facebook wants a piece of the real-time events coverage that Twitter dominates.
Image Credit: PrecisionHawk/Facebook Drones. Box’s Aaron Levie likes them, Amazon and Google want to use them to deliver stuff, they’ve creeped up on national soccer teams during their World Cup practices…. The list goes on.
Image Credit: Shutterstock Enterprises are starting to get interested in using Google Glass-type eyewear in the workplace to make their workers smarter, faster, and more agile.
GUEST POST Image Credit: Eliott Hutchins/Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/hutchthecrutch/6044851219/ I’ve been researching big data and analytics for well over a decade, and my focus has generally been on the business opportunities provided by this amazing resource.
While updating its app for iOS 8 today, Foursquare causally reintroduced a favorite feature among Foursquare die-hards: “lists.” Foursquare never technically killed lists, but the company did hide them behind a menu (Profile > Saved > Lists) and cut down related features.
Image Credit: s_bukley/Shutterstock Part of Apple’s multimillion-dollar deal with iconic band U2 apparently includes building a new digital “format” for music, according to U2 front man Bono.
Image Credit: Africa Studio/Shutterstock The beauty of today’s technological age is that for every derivative photo-sharing, ephemeral, anonymous, or dating app out there, there’s also a startup using tech to make logistics much more accessible for small business and even consumers.
Above: New interceptor towers discovered near the Senate and White House Image Credit: ESD America ESD America, the makers of a secure phone that originally made public the existence of mysterious “interceptor” cell stations in the U.S., tells VentureBeat there are over a dozen more near the Senate and the White House.
Image Credit: Cell towers photo via Rigucci/Shutterstock The perplexing mystery of a new breed of suspicious cell towers cropping up across the country may have been solved — at least partially.
Above: Osmo Words Image Credit: Tangible Play Tangible Play is announcing today that it has begun shipping its Osmo game platform, which combines an iPad app and physical objects to entertain kids with a new breed of social games.
Above: The Hazelcast team. Image Credit: Hazelcast Hazelcast, a startup looking to challenge legacy database providers like Oracle and fast-growing startups pushing open-source databases, has landed $11 million in new funding.
Image Credit: Flickr user Tulane Public Relations One of the hopes with Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs) is that they give anyone around the world access to great teachers.
Above: A screen shot of the Code Climate app. Image Credit: Code Climate Developers could ask their bosses to check for issues in their code before they deploy it.
SPONSORED POST This sponsored post is produced by Bitcasa. Creating an app involves a lot of moving parts.
GUEST POST By now, we have all become well accustomed to Apple’s unique style when it comes to releasing a new version of iOS, a new iPhone or other gadgets.
Today Dropbox and Google announced the creation of Simply Secure, a research project which aims to make security tech, like two-factor authentication, easier to use.
Image Credit: Denver Broncos - Eric Lars Bakke The NFL season is here, and if you don’t have the biggest cable package around, you might think you’re out of luck, doomed to miss out on live game coverage.
Above: Small businesses now have a place of their own Image Credit: Brazzlebox Do small businesses need their own social network?