Editorial

Telephathic Trees

Telephathic Trees

Sorry for the title, but you wouldn’t click otherwise.  Embedded herein below is a nice…

The Internet is Boring

The Internet is Boring

The Internet is Boring But the appetite for improved healthcare, digital trust (such as the…

50+ is the Sweet Spot for Digital Health Marketing

50+ is the Sweet Spot for Digital Health Marketing

According to a recent report sponsored by AARP, if you’re a healthcare startup your best…

A.T. Kearney report spells good acquisition prospects for consumer-centric medical device startups

A.T. Kearney report spells good acquisition prospects for consumer-centric medical device startups

A.T. Kearney report spells good acquisition prospects for consumer-centric medical device startups which innovate while defending margins. …

Why Taylor Swift Can Make Millions Selling Static

Why Taylor Swift Can Make Millions Selling Static

The Brand is the Thing When we pay for music in iTunes or Google Play,…

Old Startups

Old Startups

Old Startups Old startups are not very popular.  Few like them.  We don’t hear too…

Small is Beautiful

Small is Beautiful

Virtual Ninja Teams Can Have Real Impact Small Powerful Teams of Like-Minded and Well-Connected Individuals can…

SoCal Tech

  • ViaSat Buys ASIC, FPGA Design Company
  • Booker, With Office In Irvine, Gets $35M
  • ReachLocal Names Two Executives

Telephathic Trees

Sorry for the title, but you wouldn’t click otherwise.  Embedded herein below is a nice 5 min video about how ‘mother trees’ with the aid of mycelia (mushroom networks underground) communicate and share information with other trees, sometimes far away. The movies is 5 min long.  You can do it. Post by The Mind Unleashed.…

Telephathic Trees

Gigaom: Apple’s bad September and the dangers of yearly release cycles

In hindsight, the trouble began in 2012. That’s when Apple moved OS X to the same yearly release cycle as iOS. Since OS X has always been the Peter that Apple robbed to pay Paul (the iOS release cycle), I was concerned Apple would be writing checks it couldn’t cash. Later that year, iOS 6…

Gigaom: Apple’s bad September and the dangers of yearly release cycles

Hooks Wants To Send You A Notification For Anything That’s Important To You

Whenever I install a new app on my iPhone, the first thing I invariably do is deny it permission to send me notifications. It is a bit odd, therefore, to find myself writing about Hooks, an iOS app that has the sole purpose of sending you notifications triggered by things that are important to you.…

Hooks Wants To Send You A Notification For Anything That’s Important To You

ViaSat Buys ASIC, FPGA Design Company

Carlsbad-based ViaSat, the satellite communications technology developer, said today that it has acquire ASIC and FPGA design provider EAI Design Services. Financial details of the buy were not disclosed. ViaSat said it will use the buy to bolster its capabilities in the high-speed, low-power secure space-based ASIC and FPGA microprocessor design area. EAI Design provides…

Gigaom: Apple’s bad September and the dangers of yearly release cycles

In hindsight, the trouble began in 2012. That’s when Apple moved OS X to the same yearly release cycle as iOS. Since OS X has always been the Peter that Apple robbed to pay Paul (the iOS release cycle), I was concerned Apple would be writing checks it couldn’t cash. Later that year, iOS 6…

TechCrunch

Hooks Wants To Send You A Notification For Anything That’s Important To You

Whenever I install a new app on my iPhone, the first thing I invariably do is deny it permission to send me notifications. It is a bit odd, therefore, to find myself writing about Hooks, an iOS app that has…

Nokia’s N1 Tablet Looks Good For ‘Designed In Finland, Built On Android’ Strategy

Nokia is showing off the Android tablet that’s part of its post-mobile phones strategy here…

Xiaomi’s Hugo Barra Confirms “No Plans” To Push Its App Store Outside China

Rumors that Google feels threatened by the fast-paced rise of Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi, which has built…

Google Stops Updating Chrome For Android 4.0

Google today announced that Chrome 42 will be the last version of its mobile browser…

Jolla Partners To Build Secure Version Of Its Sailfish Mobile OS

Another security-focused development in the European mobile space: Finnish mobile startup Jolla, which develops the Sailfish mobile…

Sony Does A Tablet With An Add On Bluetooth Keyboard

Sony isn’t done with mobile hardware yet, despite its recent talk of an exit strategy…

Editorial

The Internet is Boring

The Internet is Boring

The Internet is Boring But the appetite for improved healthcare, digital trust (such as the…

50+ is the Sweet Spot for Digital Health Marketing

50+ is the Sweet Spot for Digital Health Marketing

According to a recent report sponsored by AARP, if you’re a healthcare startup your best…

A.T. Kearney report spells good acquisition prospects for consumer-centric medical device startups

A.T. Kearney report spells good acquisition prospects for consumer-centric medical device startups

A.T. Kearney report spells good acquisition prospects for consumer-centric medical device startups which innovate while defending margins. …

Why Taylor Swift Can Make Millions Selling Static

Why Taylor Swift Can Make Millions Selling Static

The Brand is the Thing When we pay for music in iTunes or Google Play,…

Old Startups

Old Startups

Old Startups Old startups are not very popular.  Few like them.  We don’t hear too…

Telephathic Trees

Telephathic Trees

Sorry for the title, but you wouldn’t click otherwise.  Embedded herein below is a nice 5 min video about how ‘mother trees’ with the aid of mycelia (mushroom networks underground) communicate and share information with other trees, sometimes far away.…

SoCal Tech