A $3B mapping and locations platform just joined forces with a 3D mapping company to map indoor spaces.
Eager to tap into a highly loyal and demographically consistent audience, Pizza Hut quickly replaces Papa John’s as official pizza sponsor of the NFL.
Spotify finally files for a direct listing IPO, giving us a look into some of their big numbers.
Palantir has secretly been testing a predictive policing technology in New Orleans since 2012, and the public had no idea.
The EU’s “right to be forgotten” allows individuals to request that links be removed from Google results. But it comes with a high price.
Amazon ponies up $1B for what could be its second-largest acquisition, the smart doorbell maker Ring, and enters the smart-home race with Google.
Devices that use data to make their own decisions are increasingly beep-beep-booping their way into the mainstream. Need further proof? Yesterday, autonomous technology made a rumble in the automotive world — and, surprisingly, the blue jean business. California gave the green light to driverless cars Until now, the state that gave rise to autonomous vehicles […]
Smartphones sales recorded their first decline ever, while 'dumbphones' are on the rise...
The highest court in the land will decide whether the US government has the right to seize Microsoft’s data stored overseas.
The company formerly known as Hampton Creek thinks they have the answer to malnutrition in West Africa.
New research suggests that falling pregnancy rates have preceded times of economic strife in the US for nearly 3 decades.
Dockless bikes are proof that we can’t have nice things, and Gobee is taking their toys out of France and going home.
To avoid defaulting on the country’s $60B debt, the Venezuelan president opened up trading of a cryptocurrency supposedly backed by the country’s oil.
New esports team Vision Esports LP (VELP for short?) just closed a $38m round from investors led by VC firms Creative Artists Agency and Evolution Media — plus some huge names in real-life sports, who can no long deny that this esports thing is, well… a thing. Professional gaming leagues are gaining viewers faster than […]
The art installation in Pyeongchang used an off-brand version of the blackest black in the world... because one guy owns the copyright to the color.
In what would be the second-largest pet food deal ever, General Mills looks to shell out some major cash for Blue Buffalo.
With $300B in assets, Anbang Insurance Group attracted the wrong kind of attention from the Chinese government.
A savvy businessman capitalizes on the concept of “wake and bake.”
The startup aims to cut the price of space launch to $500k, using a high-tech catapult.
Yet another reminder of just how dependent Snap is on influencers.
Glossier currently launches a new product every 6 weeks, and they just raised a brand new round to expand their line even faster.
KFC locations are closed thanks to “operational issues” involving their new delivery partner, DHL, which left the chain up a gravy river without a nugget.
After a report came out about the dangers of AI in self-driving cars, Elon Musk had no choice but to resign from OpenAI -- an organization he co-founded.
Frustrated by a lack of industry experts, large companies are turning to college kids for help building out their blockchain technology.
A spike in electric vehicles has stoked fears of a cobalt shortage -- and Apple is leaving nothing to chance.
The EU is seeing great economic growth, in part displayed through the rise of Iberian ham prices, up 40% from the previous year.
After doing hundreds of millions in sales in the ‘90’s, JNCO is closing its doors this year.
The grocery conglomerate will buy the 2.5k Rite Aid stores left over from Walgreens’ attempted full buyout.
After more than half a decade of construction, Bezos and company finally begin installing their massive, $42m clock inside a West Texas mountain.
Gibson faces $145m in unpaid bank loans and a shrinking market for electric guitars -- and they're not the only rock icons in trouble...