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Prior to joining Pinterest’s board, Reynolds spent 15 years at CBS and&hellip, Read More A digitizing David takes on photo-scanning Goliath Mitch Goldstone loves photo scanning.

Prior to joining Pinterest's board, Reynolds spent 15 years at CBS and&hellip, Read More A digitizing David takes on photo-scanning Goliath Mitch Goldstone loves photo scanning.

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TrendKite raises another $11M for its PR analytics platform

TrendKite is closing out 2017 with the announcement that it’s raised an extra $11 million in funding. The Austin-based startup says it’s presently analyzing Four.Two million articles every day, and using that analysis to help both brands and agencies to measure the influence of their PR efforts. So it can identify the total audience reached by articles mentioning the company, or&hellip, Read More

Pinterest adds former CBS Corp. CFO Fred Reynolds to its board

Pinterest announced today it’s adding former CBS and PepsiCo exec Fred Reynolds to its board of directors. Reynolds’ background includes global financial and strategic planning as well as business analysis, the company notes. He will also serve as Pinterest’s Audit Committee Chair. Prior to joining Pinterest’s board, Reynolds spent 15 years at CBS and&hellip, Read More

A digitizing David takes on photo-scanning Goliath

Mitch Goldstone loves photo scanning. His business, ScanMyPhotos, does what it says on the tin: you send photos to the company and, using high speed scanners and special software, his team digitizes your photos, wedges them onto a USB key or online, and sends them back. He is proud of his business. Thanks to his scanners he’s helped users save their photos from tornadoes, floods, and theft. Read More

You can now pick up an iMac Pro in-store, for $Four,999 and up

Apple’s super-powered iMac Pro hit the company’s online store just ahead of Christmas. Now those who’d choose to pick one up in-person can do so by paying a visit to one of its various retail establishments. Availability was very first spotted by MacRumors earlier today, and you can check it for yourself by coming in your zip code over on the company’s site. At $Four,999 and&hellip, Read More

A cyclist is using a Google Assistant-controlled electrical bike wheel to rail cross country to CES

This is one way to put your fresh electrified bicycle wheel through its paces ahead of launch. But more importantly, it’s a pretty solid publicity stunt, funded by Google —, a company that likes making a grand entrance. It’s all part of what’s shaping up to be a pretty big thrust for Google Assistant at the year’s fattest consumer electronics showcase. Read More

Consumers dropped $200 million on apps on Christmas, up 12 percent from last year

Consumers spent $196 million on apps, in-app purchases and subscriptions on Christmas Day 2017 across the App Store and Google Play, according to fresh data from Sensor Tower. The report, while excluding Android revenue in China, represents a 12.Trio percent increase over last year’s spending of approximately $174 million. That speaks to a still-growing market for apps and games as well as&hellip, Read More

Historian Leslie Berlin talks about the rise of Silicon Valley

In this week’s scene of Technotopia I spoke to author and historian Leslie Berlin, writer of Troublemakers: Silicon Valleys’ Coming Of Age. Berlin is the Project Historian for the Silicon Valley Archives at Stanford University and one of the few people who can see the entire rise of SV tech culture from a researcher’s perspective. Berlin’s book is quirky, joy&hellip, Read More

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