Can’t get enough coverage of the US presidential race even with YouTube in the mix? Microsoft’s Election 2012 Hub for Xbox Live may be able to satisfy your inner political junkie. Redmond’s initiative will provide video of town hall events at both the Democratic and Republican national conventions, daily
One of the five reasons why Web publishing is changing is the emergence of streams of information. In other words, a constant flow of information ordered chronologically and (ideally) topically too. In the near future, the theory goes, it won’t matter where you enter content – a blog platform, Facebook,
Freescale is announcing a new industrial touch sensing technology that’ll even sense your swipes and prods through a film of water. Xtrinsic 3.0 is designed to be used in industrial, medical and in-car systems, with pre-built user interfaces ready to be added to any device its jammed inside. In addition
It may look like an early prototype of the Power Glove, but this wearable "tricorder" is not only less embarrassing than the doomed Nintendo peripheral — it’s also quite a bit more advanced technologically. This second prototype of the medical gadget is home to a veritable arsenal of sensors, including
AtTask Raises $13 Million For Software as a Service That Combines Social Tech With Traditional Project Management
Utah-based AtTask has raised $13 million for its collaborative work management software as a service (SaaS) according to documents filed with the U.S. Security and Exchange Commission (SEC). Names of the investors were not disclosed.
AtTask has previously raised $7 million from OpenView Partners. It’s
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A common complaint with the FCC’s National Broadband Plan is its conservative definition of the broadband in question: many would argue that the 4Mbps baseline is an anachronism in an era of 4G, FiOS and Google Fiber. If you’ve ever wanted the FCC to up the ante, now’s your chance. The regulator wants
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South Korean court rules Apple infringed on two Samsung patents, fines it $35k; Samsung gets hit too
We have yet another twist in the worldwide patent battle between electronics giants Apple and Samsung, as the Wall Street Journal and Reuters report a Seoul court has ruled in favor of the latter in a patent case on its home turf. While it decided that Apple had infringed on two Samsung patents, it also
NiftyThrifty, an online, pre-owned, vintage clothing store, announced today that it has raised $2 million from Tribeca Venture Partners, Signal Ventures, Greycroft, idealab and Howard Morgan.
The Brooklyn-based company will launch in October as a membership website that sells vintage clothing. The company