Justin Sullivan/ We're learning more about why Google Glass failed, thanks to . Google stopped selling Google Glass in January. Glass was still an early prototype when Google made it available to fans and journalists in 2013. "The team within ... Business Insider, 4 weeks ago
What killed Google Glass? Sergei Brins affair and an imperfect product - Firstpost.com, 3 weeks ago
Google knew Glass wasn't even close to ready, but Sergey Brin pushed it out - Venturebeat, 4 weeks ago
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Give me a lever and a place to stand and I will move the world Archimedes In my last article I touched on the factors that drive start-ups to failure and the value of the intellectual property left behind (for further details please see " ...Intellectual Asset Management, 1 day ago
Can women have successful careers in the tech world? The Economic Survey 2014-15 says the IT and ITeS sector including Business Process Management (BPM), continues to be one of the largest employers in the country, directly employing nearly 35 lakh ...TechGig, 2 days ago
Another year, another set of records broken by the planet's wealthiest. Despite some global economic turmoil — plummeting oil prices, weakened Euros, ruinous rubles — it was still a pretty good year for billionaires overall. Exactly how much ...Forbes.com, 3 days ago
Home to many of the world's most influentialtechnology companies as well as thousands ofpromising startups, Silicon Valley is the launchpad formultiple generations of entrepreneurial talent.But there are skilled, capable founders, and then thereare ...Yahoo! Finance, 2 weeks ago
I dream a world where man, no other man will scorn, begins Google's animated tribute to the quintessential poet of the Harlem Renaissance, Langston Hughes, who was born today in 1902. [embedded content] Hughes,regardedas The Bard of Harlem, ...Quartz, 1 month ago
Although wearable technology is small, portable and personal, it made an outsized impression at this year's International CES, the annual consumer electronics show held each January in Las Vegas. Amid acres of oversized curved screen monitors, smart ...Vision Monday, 1 month ago
Smart homes are one thing, but we want to put them into smart communities and smart cities. Most urbanists these days think the suburbs are pretty useless, because the very young and the very old can't get around without someone driving them; more ...Mother Nature Network, 1 month ago
[embedded content] By Andrew Keen With his trademark aplomb, the storied venture capitalist Tim Draper is revolutionizing higher education. His new Draper University of Heroes , a Silicon Valley-based startup college, is turning traditional ...Forbes.com, 1 month ago
Human genome-hawking company 23andMe has announced what reportedly is only the first of ten deals with big biotech companies: US-based health firm Genentech will pay up to $60 million for access to 23andMe's data to study Parkinson's. Since ...Gizmodo, 1 month ago Of Course 23andMe's Plan Has Been to Sell Your Genetic Data All Along Gizmodo, 1 month ago
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