Today we reported that Udacity has joined the league of unicorns. We also brought the great evil called Ad-Block to your notice. What else popped up today?
Udacity, the online education company, is the latest to join the league of unicorns after reaching a $1 billion post-money valuation.
What is ad-blocking doing to web publisher revenues? And what can we do about it?
A startup shouldn’t espouse bullshit stats. At best it makes them look clueless, and at worst, liars who, when found out, are left with a bad industry reputation.
What should inform your decision to use a DIY website builder? And when should you pull out the big bucks and hire a professional web designer?
Shopify, the company that offers ecommerce solutions, has launched a new app called Sello.
While it’s not shrewd to fuss over the name of the business, you should check out some guides.
Yes, a lot of us could do with more time away from our phones. But we have apps that keep pulling us in. The Don Corleone of them all is a little game called Candy Crush. Perhaps you’ve heard of it.
Theranos claims to be able to perform a myriad of tests with a single drop of blood – all without needing a doctor’s note. Seems too good to be true.
Elsewhere on the web
Mark Essien and Jay Alabraba are among the top innovators and business leaders set to speak at the maiden edition of Startup South conference to be held in Port Harcourt come November 28, 2015.
Windows 10 receives first major update (IT News Africa)
Terry Myerson, executive vice president of the Windows and Devices Group, has revealed that the first major update to Windows 10 is available.
Firefox now available for iOS (Tech Central)
Independent Web browser, the open-source Firefox from Mozilla, is now available for Apple mobile devices.