Low battery, the nemesis of the tech-savvy people everywhere. You’re out for the night, trying to take a video and you get the dreaded red battery. XOO, a new belt, is designed to take on the Low Battery epidemic.
However, for artists that don’t like to be constricted with charging cables or perhaps like the feel of paper in their hands, Moleskine announced a partnership with Adobe that lets artists doodle on special Moleskine paper.
After its acquisition by Google, RelativeWave announced it is now giving away its App Design Tool, Form, away completely free.
There’s been speculation for some time about how Snapchat planned to become profitable. After all, you have to have something up your sleeve to turn down an offer for $3 Billion dollars from Facebook then $4 Billion from Google.
Microsoft took the development world by storm by open sourcing the full server-side .Net stack as well as expanding .Net to now run on both Linux and Mac OS platforms. Plus, Microsoft also released Visual Studio Community 2013, a core toolset of Visual Basic, as a free tool for developers.
Promoting from within using big data – new hiring trend for big companies or just a fad? Companies have always had the opportunity to promote from within, will a new SaaS platform encourage them to do just that by making it easier to find internal candidate for jobs?
We’ve all heard of 3D printers and as great as it would be to own one, the price tag of over $1500 is a pretty solid deterrent. The FLUX team, a group of young, talented entrepreneurs from Taiwan, decided to take a new route when designing FLUX – they started from scratch. In a world where ideas and products are mimicked, copied and sometimes even outright stolen, FLUX took the slow route, working through 4 different prototypes and over 30 working units, until they had their idea expertly crafted into something completely unique.
Steve was not the kind of guy who ever seemed to relax. So it was surprising to see Steve kicking this beach ball around at a company picnic. He seemed to be having a good time, but it felt more like a performance designed to encourage the team to relax.
Amazon continues to disrupt the online marketplace by adding more perks to its Prime Service. Priced at $99/year, Prime members received free two day shipping and free access to movies, music and Kindle books.