Can somebody please tell this guy that he doesn’t work here anymore?
CB Insights is releasing a report that shows that corporate VCs are investing at a high. In fact, after a lackluster Q1, corporate VCs are opening up their wallets as deal activity hits a five quarter high. CB Insights says the average corporate deal size rose in the quarter to $17.8 million.
Remember that disassembly friendly, unnamed Xbox 360 arcade stick Razer trotted out at TGS last year? It’s back, and while it hasn’t gained any traction in the moniker category, it’s received a few notable hardware tweaks. Razer’s TGS team told us the stick has been through a total of thirteen revisions
Last week Valve showed off an impressive Portal turret replica, but didn’t mention where the thing came from, or why. Now it’s posted another video of the original unboxing, and mentions that like its earlier TF2 turret, this is a Weta Workshop project complete with motion sensor for tracking. Those
In the fifth and final part of our series, Social Books, we explore how the "big six" book publishers use social media. So far in the series we’ve looked at the largest social network for book lovers (Goodreads), a new social network for book writers (Writer’s Bloq), how public libraries use social media,
As a species, we’ve spent a lot of time learning how the human brain works, but we’ve had to go without a true, thorough map of how genes manifest themselves in our craniums; previous maps have been limited to the simpler minds of mice. The Allen Institute for Brain Science is now known to have solved
You’ve spent a good deal of money on tech for your home office and personal gadgets such as tablets and smartphones, but what about your home? More specifically, your kitchen.
The K-Cup system from Keurig is widely popular in households and offices, offering a line of 14 systems. What if you’re more
It wouldn’t be a seasonal HP product launch without dozens of PCs and at least one monitor, right? This go-round, the company is launching the x2401, a 24-inch, 1080p display with a slim, 11mm-thick frame. Though the last two monitors we saw from HP were IPS, this one makes use of MVA technology to help
Buried in its press release announcing new laptops, desktops, monitors and accessories, HP made an interesting admission: it’s not done yet. At the tail end of the PR, even after it broke down the various prices and shipping dates, the company added: "An enterprise-ready tablet will be announced soon."