We caught up with Evernote’s Phil Libin after his talk at TechCrunch Disrupt Beijing and delved deeper into a theme that he’s touched upon many times when describing his vision of Evernote’s future — the idea of building a hundred year old company in the age of the acqui-hire and the quick flip.
Remember when Korg dropped a bomb with its pocket-sized-pocket-money Monotribe synth last spring? Well it’s done it again, and this time with two analog boxes of badness to salivate over – the Duo and the Delay. Those aren’t just cute names, either; both feature the same ribbon based sonic goodness as
Urban Airship, a Portland, Oregon mobile infrastructure company focused on push notifications and in-app sales as a service, has quadrupled its war-chest with a $15.1 million Series C round of funding, the company is announcing tonight. New investors Salesforce and Verizon join existing investors True
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This week marks the launch of the Motorola MOTOACTV device, one made to work with you to make your exercise-centered life not just more organized, but fun as well – and what better way to compliment our full MOTOACTV review than with a full accessories review as well! What we’ve got here
It’s time to rock and roll all night and get active every day – Motorola MOTOACTV, that is, a tiny Android-based device which can clip to yourself in a host of ways, it feeding data to you on your exercise regiment on the daily. With this device you’ll know how many steps you’ve
For better or worse, Ford owners have been basking in the overzealous infotainment ways of MyFord Touch for over a year now. Since then, the service’s been updated with amenities such as integrated Nuance voice recognition for SYNC, but now the Dearborn-based automobile monolith is taking things a few
Do you shoot 3D photos? Nope, neither do we, but Panasonic certainly seems to hope that’ll change — perhaps even as soon as next month, when its Lumix 3D1 hits store shelves… for $500. And how much camera does half a grand buy you? Well, for starters you get not one, but a pair of 25-100mm optical
Remember the Lumix GF1? It was one of Panasonic’s first Micro Four Thirds cameras, setting the bar quite high for models to come. But the GF1′s successors — the GF2 and GF3 — did not live up to expectations, with the company gradually shifting the series towards transitioning point-and-shoot users,
The biggest barrier to starting a company isn’t ideas, funding or experience. It’s excuses. And you can understand why: Starting a company is scary. It’s little wonder that even the best entrepreneurs go through a period of doubt and excuses not to take the plunge.
So when I hear complaints from entrepreneurs