The longevity of Apps, Apple & IBM and the life-cycle of enterprise apps. What’s likely to be important across the technology industry in 2015? Will Apple Watch revive the idea of iBeacons in retail, Google Glass gets a change of direction as Google’s haute couture device slips under the wing of Nest’s Tony Fadell and after Paris, will the right to privacy be stripped to the bare minimum?
‘While you’re waiting for Taylor’, Dermot’s had his first look at WatchKit, we discuss Amanda Palmer & Swedish composer Helienne on Spotify: crowd-fund your next album or your first book?…
I can’t imagine working with my siblings would be easy: you don’t know my siblings. In a professional capacity, I’ve co-operated and collaborated with them a couple of times, but to work with them? Everyday? Rewarding and easy in some ways, yes; the understanding, the knowing – of how social and cultural experiences will be useful here, or a hinderance there – but I think I’d find it difficult – difficult to start, and difficult to quit.
No one makes mixtapes anymore. It’s heartbreaking. As a teenager I was the mixtape queen. I had
high_fidelity_coverrather exotic musical tastes for my small town and I delighted in putting together the more obscure selections of my cache for friends, friends of friends, acquaintances — anyone who would ask, really.
The eagerly anticipated Apple announcement has finally arrived with a bang and a tick and an Irish serenade. Now all the Applephiles and tech junkies are lining up, queueing up, making lists and checking them twice. No Christmas joy for the Apple Watch though, which isn’t scheduled to be released until early 2015, but those of us who have late winter birthdays could possibly see them next to our birthday cakes. If we care to. I’m one of those who doesn’t.
My doctor, as it turns out, is a Republican. And not just any Republican. He is, it appears, one of the GOP’s go-to guys in their war against the Affordable Care Act. He has testified before Congress, written several op-eds for prominent conservative publications and blogs, and is a frequent guest on right-wing radio. This guy is no lightweight. I felt a sinking feeling in my gut, and the more I read, the worse that feeling became.
Adventures in Venture Capital
Marabouparken konsthall and Konsthall C are delighted to present the first exhibition of Mierle Laderman Ukeles in Sweden and a joint exhibition and events programme entitled From Her House including the work of Anna Sjödahl, Margaret Raspé and Joanna Lombard and a weekly film programme including Susan Stein, Sarah Pucill and Leontine Arvidsson amongst others.Read More
Today, the Microsoft Ventures Accelerator in Beijing held a Demo Day for its fifth cohort, which included 15 startups presenting their companies to a group of over 200 venture capitalists, media and industry professionals, At the event, Microsoft Ventures also announced the succeeding cohort.Read More
Cranes, water mills, central heating and showers. All invented by the Ancient Greeks. These pieces of technology, all of them still used extensively and taken for granted, have their origins…Read More