You may have never heard of Pace, but you might have some of its hardware in your house right now. If you’re a DirecTV subscriber, that satellite receiver you rely on every day might actually be made by Pace. Or, perhaps the box your cable company gave you that you just never gave much thought to. The
Last year, Dropbox raised a whopping $250 million funding round at a valuation in the ballpark of $4 billion. The raise had been rumored for months so it didn’t come as a huge surprise, but it still raised plenty of eyebrows. Because while Dropbox is totally awesome (I use it every day), at this point
Just in time for the general elections coming up later this year, Votizen, the social media site that helps like-minded voters get together and influence how those elections go, has raised $750,000. And while that may sound like a modest number — in true voter influencer fashion — it’s the backers
Last month Apple announced iBooks 2, the next generation of its e-book app for iPhone and iPad. iBooks 2 was notable for the launch of a new breed of interactive digital textbooks, designed for the iPad. The books feature videos, photos, diagrams, rotating 3D objects, "Study Cards" for notes and highlights,
Like any money-hungry corporation, Sprint’s branching out to pursue greener (as in the color of dolla dolla bills) pastures. The Hesse-led co’s just announced the creation of its New Ventures unit, an overseas- and wholesale-focused entity which is set to expand upon Android’s rapidly growing user base
If you’re tired of seeing the same news as everyone else, The Washington Post is now experimenting with personalized headlines.
That experiment is called Personal Post, and it’s available at personal.washingtonpost.com, where you’ll see a river of content that you can customize. If you’re already a
LG is gearing up to unveil a new line of smartphones that will be focused on sleek design.
The company will be revealing three smartphones unde…
El acceso a las fábricas locales hace de China un lugar más atractivo que Silicon Valley.
The first one may only amount to a MiFi housed in the dash (although that does come standard), but automaker Proton and Malaysian carrier Yes seem to have some fairly grand designs on 4G-connected cars. In addition to providing a WiFi hotpot for passengers, they eventually hope to use the 4G connectivity
Doctors at Houston’s Memorial Hermann Northwest Hospital have made medical and social media history by live-tweeting an open-heart surgery…