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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- If you've ever had something made especially for you, you know the feeling of getting it for the first time: It's instantly more special than anything else you own and it's exactly how you want it, no alterations or adjustments needed.&n
In what doesn't look like a promising sign for its debut on the public markets, storage startup Tintri has lowered its opening price targets and reduced the number of shares it hopes to sell in its IPO. It now plans to sell 8.5 mill
10.6 million homes have no wired access to 25Mbps, 4.9 million can't get 3Mbps. Enlarge (credit: Getty Images | Steven Puetzer) More than 10.6 million US households have no access to wired Internet service with download speeds of at least 25Mbps, and
Morgan Stanley, a Wall Street giant, is convinced that only a "handful" of roboadviser startups will survive. The CEO of the largest roboadviser startup agrees.  Roboadvisers provide financial advice or portfolio management online or via a s
Facebook, YouTube, and other social media firms will be fined up to €50 million (£43.9 million) by Germany if they fail to remove hate speech and other criminal content within 24 hours, BBC News reports. The new legislation, which
More than just a bizarre name, "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" is a brilliant concept. It's no surprise that the game — which still hasn't officially launched — has already racked up over $100 million in revenue. This is a game th
There are thousands of tech startups, but only a lucky few (or, technically 205) ever become valued as billion-dollar businesses. So what's the difference between a merely successful company and a billion-dollar one? Y Combinator cofounder J
Revolut has revenues of £2.3 million. But its sales costs are £7.8 million. Despite that, investors are planning to put £50 million more into the company. "Growth is the new profitability," some fintech insiders say. LON
The Switch has joined the seven digit club in Japan. It's not a very exclusive club, but it's one the Xbox One has yet to join. That's right, Nintendo's latest console has surpassed one million sales in Japan in half t
In May, after several years on the market, a unique house situated in the affluent town of Hillsborough, California, finally found a buyer. We now know, thanks to Curbed SF, exactly how much the new owner ended up paying for it: $2.8 million. Known b
 Kinetica’s roots as a company go back to a 2009 consulting project for US intelligence services. When they couldn’t find a solution on the market to meet the strict demands of the army and NSA to track terrorists in real
Prime Day, Amazons summer shopping event, is back for its third appearance. On Monday, July 10, Amazon will offer deals for thirty hours on more than 100,000 products on its sites around the world. Bargain hunters can track all the action via the com
Trump nominates Brendan Carr, general counsel and former aide to Chairman Pai. Enlarge (credit: Getty Images | Nerthuz) The Federal Communications Commission's empty slots are about to be filled.President Donald Trump will nominate Republican Brendan
With Thursday marking the tenth anniversary of the day the iPhone first went on sale, it’s a good time to look at exactly how important the landmark device has been for Apple as a company. In short, as this chart from Statista show
Ex-FCC chair: Title II is crucial for net neutrality and consumer protection. Enlarge / Then-FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler in 2015. (credit: Getty Images | Bloomberg) Former Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler spoke out against the FCC'
RadioShack creditors claim in a recently filed lawsuit that Sprint is largely responsible for the company’s second bankruptcy. They’re seeking $500 million in damages as a result of what they describe as breach of contract on Spri
Blue Apron's first day of trading is over, and it finished pretty much where it started. The stock traded up to $11 after debuting at $10, and ended the higher by just $0.01 at $10.01. The company went public Thursday under the shad
Blue Apron's first day of trading is over, and it finished pretty much where it started. The stock traded up to $11 after debuting at $10, and ended the higher by just $0.01 at $10.01. The company went public Thursday under the shad
At this point, it seems safe to say that AMD's Ryzen CPUs have proven a success for system builders. Today, AMD is establishing a beachhead for those chips in the corporate IT world with its Ryzen Pro platform. Ryzen Pro products blend Ryzen's perfor
With a flurry of recent updates to its ad products, Snapchat is inviting marketers of all sizes to buy ads on the social app. But the company still seems intent on keeping its sanctity intact. In other words, despi
Apple's iPhone was undoubtedly a revolutionary device when it was launched in 2007. Steve Jobs went on stage and showed us a device that was not a first in the smartphone category but one that would forever change it.On its tenth birthday, w
Apple's iPhone was undoubtedly a revolutionary device when it was launched in 2007. Steve Jobs went on stage and showed us a device that was not a first in the smartphone category but one that would forever change it.On its tenth birthday, w
A startup based out of Boston wants to make micro-living a little more luxurious. Ori named for the Japanese art of origami makes a furniture system that transforms small spaces for sleeping, entertaining, and working. The high-tech armoir holds a fu
Michael J. Coren reports via Quartz: More than 1 million U.S. homes have solar systems installed on their rooftops. Batteries are set to join many of them, giving homeowners the ability to not only generate but also store their electricity on-site. A
A barely three-month-old game that isn't even through being developed has already amassed over $100 million revenue from over 4 million players, each of whom bought the game for $30. Weirder still: The game is bizarrely named, "PlayerUnknown's Battle
When Candace Zhu first applied to work at Facebook as a software engineer, she was rejected. She had interviewed well, but it was decided that she wasn't a great match for the role — she originally went to college for busi
Even the world's largest sportswear maker can't deny the power of the world's largest ecommerce platform. Nike will begin selling some products on Amazon next month, but the deal isn't necessarily about growing volume. Instead, Nike's goal i
An incredible video game is dominating the attention of millions, having sold over 4 million copies and amassed over $100 million in revenue — and it's not even out yet. The game in question is named "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds."&nbs
There is no safe level of air pollution. That's the finding of a 12-year study published in the New England Journal of Medicine looking at health records from nearly 61 million people on Medicare combined with a databank of pollution readings. For ev
When it comes to smartphone cameras, no one should expect a four-year-old startup like OnePlus to realistically take on a tech behemoth like Samsung, but OnePlus puts up a seriously good fight. Yes, the Galaxy S8 is still the king of the smartphone c
Sorry Blue Apron, you just got Amazoned. Just two weeks ago, the meal prep delivery startup looked like it would coast through its IPO roadshow and start public trading with a juicy valuation around $3 billion. Then deal-happy retail juggern