Parenting young children involves a lot of logistics, including what to do with them when you need to run a last-minute errand, go to an appointment or just have a few hours to decompress. For parents who don’t have friends or relatives they can call on for babysitting, this can be tricky. Bambino wants to help by connecting parents with nearby babysitters who have already been… Read More
An image of Seattle Seahawks Michael Bennett burning the flag went viral last week. It’s totally fake. But that didn’t matter.
Time to talk about “negative trade secrets.”
Mobile rewards startup Kiip isn’t limited to mobile devices anymore. The company is launching its first integration on Amazon’s Fire TV. Co-founder and CEO Brian Wong said Kiip was actually approached by its launch partner, the developer of the trivia game QuizTix, which asked if Kiip could build an ad and reward experience for smart TVs. And that’s what Wong’s team… Read More
When there’s a problem in the brain, it pays to be precise — every millimeter counts with something like a tumor or blocked artery. But it can be extremely difficult to understand the exact shape and size of these things, which makes them difficult to diagnose and treat, as well. But 3D printing a replica of the growth or damage may make doctors better able to do so. Read More
Google used its annual hardware event to announce the Pixelbook. This is essentially the third iteration of the company’s Chromebook Pixel laptop, though with the Pixelbook, the company is taking a new approach. I’m not just talking about the fact that this is a very thin 2-in-1. What’s different this time is that the company actually believes it can make a laptop for the masses. Read More
Call it the Unified Theory of Google Hardware.