Monday again. We talk about unicorns, again. Seems like they’re all the rage these days. Apple’s Beats Music is also no more. And we dig into drone tech, again. Like I said, it’s Monday, again.
Automation is the lifehack junie’s wet dream. And when it comes to automating digital activities on social media, IFTT does such a good job, it’s almost magical.
Hope you haven’t gotten too attached to Apple’s Beats Music, because Apple is pulling its plug. But fret not, you’ll be grafted into the Apple Music program, complete with now obligatory free three month trial period.
If you want some of that intensity, flexibility, and possible future celebrity, that startups offer, startups are the way to go. Just , make sure you’re cutout for the daily startup grind.
Because humans don’t have enough bots doing their dirty jobs for them, we’ve enlisted the help of unmanned aerial vehicles, aka drones, to help as well. From agriculture, to news reporting, these nifty gadgets are getting busy.
Do device manufacturers seriously consider product colors when designing for men? Should they? DO men care what their devices look like?
We know the A.I. is really just machine code, on steroids. But what is informing the decision to make the voice interface of these A.I. program female? Male chauvinistic ignorance? Female objectification? Or our subconscious desire to control women? Is there actual science informing this choice?
There is a rule to starting a startup that most entrepreneurs instinctively get; don’t splurge on the business until you are sure it will at least solve a problem. But how do you figure out this bit?
How did ‘unicorn’ go from being used to describe mythical creatures to being used to describe startups that are valued at $1 billion or more?
Healthcare comparison site WhatClinic.com has acquired UK’ dental booking site Toothpick.com to introduce frictionless booking of Toothpick’s software to hundreds of clinics listed in South Africa.