Area 120 is beginning to use Google’s massive reach to scale HTML5 GameSnacks platform

Hundreds of millions of users, especially in developing markets, don’t own high-end smartphones and can’t afford fast data plans to enjoy much of anything on the web. Google has been exploring multiple ways to better serve this segment of the user base.

Leveling the playing field

There is an atmosphere of collaboration, not competition, around the creation of hardware for gamers within the assistive technology community. 

This Week in Apps: Apple talks App Store fraud, responds to antitrust complaints; Facebook growth is

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The app industry continues to grow, with a record 218 billion downloads and $143 billion in global consumer spend in 2020.

Rocket Lab’s 20th Electron launch ends in failure with the loss of its payload

Rocket Lab flew its 20th Electron mission on Saturday morning, but the launch ran into a significant issue just after its second stage engine ignited. The engine appeared to shut down just after the ignition, which is not what it’s supposed to do,

Amazon launches miniTV, a free video streaming service, in India

Amazon, which already charges some of the world’s lowest charges for Prime Video in India, is going a step further to win more users in the world’s second largest internet market. The e-commerce giant on Saturday launched miniTV,

European AI needs strategic leadership, not overregulation

Proposed EU regulations could cripple AI development in the EU while China and the U.S. leap forward and lead to complete chaos when regulations in various EU bodies start contradicting.

Solana, a blockchain platform followed by top crypto investors, says it’s a lot faster than Ethereum

Solana isn’t known yet outside of the crypto community. But insiders think the blockchain platform is interesting for a wide variety of reasons, beginning with its amiable founder, Anatoly Yakovenko,

Extra Crunch roundup: Selling SaaS to developers, cracking YC after 13 tries, all about Expensify

In an exclusive TechCrunch exposé, a founder shares the key lessons he learned while steering his startup through YC’s stringent selection process.

Android’s latest update will let you schedule texts, secure your passwords, and more

Google today announced the next set of features coming to Android, including a new password checkup tool, a way to schedule your texts, along with other improvements to products like its screen reader TalkBack, Maps, Assistant, and Android Auto.

Project management service ZenHub raises $4.7M

ZenHub, the GitHub-centric project management service for development teams, today announced that it has raised a $4.7 million seed funding round from Canada’s BDC Capital and Ripple Ventures. This marks the first fundraise for the Vancouver,

Archer Aviation aims to launch network of urban air taxis in Los Angeles by 2024

Archer Aviation, the electric aircraft startup that recently announced a deal to go public via a merger with a blank-check company, plans to launch a network of its urban air taxis in Los Angeles by 2024. The announcement comes two months after the formation of the Urban Air Mobility Partnership,

Android平滑移动——Scroller类研究 - PDW_Android

Scroller是Android中View平滑移动的一个辅助类,对于刚接触Scroller的人群来说它可能难以理解:1、它是怎样滑动View的(如何与View关联的)?2、又是谁触发了它?

Programming Languages You'll Need Next Year (and Beyond)

Nerval's Lobster writes: Over at Dice, there's a breakdown of the programming languages that could prove most popular over the next year or two, including Apple's Swift, JavaScript, CSS3, and PHP. But perhaps the most interesting entry on the list is Erlang,

福布斯:2013年全球收入最高的DJ排行榜Top 10

2014 年 DJ 们赚钱的能力急升,根据福布斯的数据统计,全球前 10 位吸金能力最强的 DJ,总收入达到了 2.68 亿美元。

Amazing photos of a hundred mountaineers doing crazy stunts in the Alps

We have covered Robert Bösch's photos featuring a hundred alpinists doing crazy things before. but here are the complete series because they are simply beautiful and amazing. Some are pretty damn crazy too, like the one above. Read more...

与 Evernote 整合的 GTD 应用,Swipes 让任务处理更轻松

NEXT 上今天推荐的这款 GTD 工具 Swipes 值得一试,它的亮点是:Swipes 不仅可以和你的 Evernote 中的待办清单和笔记同步,还能做一个简单的 GTD 应用,该产品刚刚在 EC4(Evernote Conference 4)上获得了金奖。同Clear、Any.

那些丑丑的应用图标,设计它们的人是怎么想的?

【导读】一个应用的图标,就是这个应用的脸。 略丑的“支” 赭(zhě)隐是一名设计师,他供职于一家掌管着 2 […]

掌控阳光 这栋别墅的外壳会“摩擦摩擦”

通常,我们说起豪华别墅的时候,都会想到它内部的空间有多么舒适,装饰有多么奢华,但是,今天我们要说的这栋小别墅的亮点在于它的可滑动外壳设计,能够让居住的人任性地控制室内光照强度。

被遗忘的Pebble TR 它仍是最好智能手表之一

今年早期,Pebble 发布了两款全新的智能手表 Pebble Time 和 Pebble Time  Steel,作为之前大受欢迎第一代 Pebble 的升级版本。不过,Pebble 今年的产品并不仅限于此,于是在上个月底一款圆形表盘智能手表 Pebble Time Round 发布。

什么是营销中的「最小化可行产品」(MVP)?

MVP(minimum viable product,最小化可行产品)概念最早由埃里克·莱斯提出,刊载于哈弗商业评论,并有出版物《精益创业》和常规产品不同,MVP更侧重于对未知市场的勘测,用最小的代价来验证你的商业可行性。举个例子,如果你希望做一个图片分享网站,那么作为产品原型,MVP仅仅包含最基础的功能,形态或许就是一个提交图片的按钮以及图片的展示。借助MVP,经过一系列实践,产品的设计思路将被一次次整改,最终完成正式版的开发。MVP的目的——更快的接触客户按照常规的开发方式,从调研、到设计、到开发再到推向市场,会是一个漫长的过程,而且很难有人会保证成功率。

世界自贸区组织在第二届国际年会和展会期间推出未来自贸区计划

阿联酋迪拜--(美国商业资讯)--世界自由贸易区组织(World Free Zones Organization)今日(会议召开的第二天)在迪拜举行的第二届国际年会和展会推出了“未来自贸区计划”。   这份智能新闻稿包含多媒体内容。完整新闻稿可在以下网址查阅: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20160511005902/en/   未来自贸区计划是一项国际动议,它所关注的三大支柱能够让全球自贸区为打造安全和可持续发展的未来提供一臂之力。构成该计划的支柱包括:卓越性和最佳实践、创新和创业,以及可持续性。

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