ails

ails

Urban Remedy gives subscription commerce a good cleanse

Georgia Tech models swimming, cargo-carrying nanobots

www.engadget.com
The nanobot war is escalating. Not content to let Penn State's nanospiders win the day, Georgia Tech has answered back with a noticeably less creepy blood-swimming robot model of its own, whose look is more that of a fish than any arachnid this time around. It still uses material...
Georgia Tech models swimming, cargo-carrying nanobots

A Textbook Case of iPad Fun With Studying

allthingsd.com
As a kid, I was lucky to have a Dad who was a top-notch book-cover maker, wrapping my school textbooks in brown paper bags that he transformed into precisely folded, sharp cornered, blank canvases. But even Dad’s covers couldn’t fix everything: Some books showed their age with dog-eared pages, highlights,...
A Textbook Case of iPad Fun With Studying

One Week of Mayer at Yahoo: Whither Ross? New Old Yahoos? More Search? Product Side "Elated!"

allthingsd.com
Good gracious what a difference a week makes — at Yahoo, at least. With the installation of former Googler Marissa Mayer as its new CEO, the troubled Silicon Valley Internet giant bought itself a boatload of attention for the bold choice and another tanker full of champagne dreams that...
One Week of Mayer at Yahoo: Whither Ross? New Old Yahoos? More Search? Product Side "Elated!"
Is the electric car dying? Only if you believe the rumors
Valet, Finder Codes, Ninja Jamms, and More

20 Hard Questions To Ask Before Crowdfunding Your Startup

www.businessinsider.com
On the surface, crowdfunding seems like a panacea for all that ails the venture capital and angel investment community. Instead of creating complex business plans and pitches and hoping influential groups of wealthy investors will decide your business or startup aligns with their vision of public taste, you can instead...
20 Hard Questions To Ask Before Crowdfunding Your Startup

An Interview With Technology Review

www.avc.com
Technology Review was once MIT's alumni magazine. It's now "MIT's Magazine Of Innovation." Whatever they call it, I have a soft spot for this publication and agreed to sit for an interview with them last month. Here's the result. I talked mostly about the venture capital business, what ails it,...
An Interview With Technology Review

With AOL Set to Report Q2 Earnings Tomorrow, Tim Armstrong's Feeling Closer to Fine (Video)

allthingsd.com
When I was in New York last week, I got a chance to sit down with AOL CEO Tim Armstrong, the former not-Marissa-Mayer Googler, to talk about how it’s going in his thankless efforts to turn the New York-based Internet company around. Unlike Mayer, who is just getting started...
With AOL Set to Report Q2 Earnings Tomorrow, Tim Armstrong's Feeling Closer to Fine (Video)

Google I/O Fireside Chat: How Google is Pulling an Apple with Google+

www.readwriteweb.com
One year in, Google is flying the banner of Google+ higher by the day. But what's next? Last week at Google I/O, the Google+ platform team met onstage for a fireside chat, fielding developer frustrations and hinting heavily at how Google's plans for its social network might be bigger than...
Google I/O Fireside Chat: How Google is Pulling an Apple with Google+

Scanadu's Scout tricorder and companion app detect what ails you, arrive in 2013 for $150

www.engadget.com
The quest to create a tricorder began many years ago, when such a device was but a figment of Gene Roddenberry's vivid imagination. However, his vision has crept ever closer to reality in recent years, with many researchers crafting devices capable of gathering human health data and the creation...
Scanadu's Scout tricorder and companion app detect what ails you, arrive in 2013 for $150
What Ails Groupon, Yahoo, and Facebook: "Demand Generation" Advertising

Survey Says: Despite Yahoo Ban, Most Tech Companies Support Work-From-Home for Employees

allthingsd.com
Last week, a fierce debate erupted over a range of social networks and in the media about a story we posted on Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s new decree that employees at the Silicon Valley Internet company would no longer be able to work from home. In a sometimes awkwardly...
Survey Says: Despite Yahoo Ban, Most Tech Companies Support Work-From-Home for Employees

Can Yahoo's Busy New Board All Row in One Direction?

allthingsd.com
Here’s the good news: The nearly new board of Yahoo is chock full of experienced and active operators from a variety of backgrounds that are critical to the future of the Silicon Valley Internet giant. And the bad news? The nearly new board of Yahoo is chock full of...
Can Yahoo's Busy New Board All Row in One Direction?

Google's Larry Page Might Have Lost His Voice, But He's Still Running The Company

techcrunch.com
So the news on Google CEO Larry Page is that there’s no new news. That’s what Nikesh Arora said on today’s Google’s earnings call. Just to recap: Last month, Google announced that Larry Page was skipping the company’s annual shareholder meeting because he had lost his voice at some point...
Google's Larry Page Might Have Lost His Voice, But He's Still Running The Company

‘The iPad, the Kindle, and the Future of Books’

www.newyorker.com
Terrific piece by Ken Auletta in The New Yorker from a few weeks ago on the state of the book publishing industry. Auletta covers the shift to e-books mostly from the publishers’ perspective, which is illuminating: Tim O’Reilly, the founder and C.E.O. of O’Reilly Media, which publishes about two hundred...
‘The iPad, the Kindle, and the Future of Books’

Tech Support Ethics Question

chris.pirillo.com
Tech Support Ethics Question is a post from Chris Pirillo Find more videos like this on Reviews, News, and How To GeeksThis is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of GoToAssist. All opinions are 100% mine.It’s super simple to help someone with their computer issues remotely. What happens,...
Tech Support Ethics Question
Weirded out about photo-sharing and privacy? Try Kicksend for Android
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?