Webflow gives businesses tools to build no-code websites. It just raised $140m.
Tile has sold 30m+ trackers and raised $104m. Will that be enough to beat Apple’s AirTags?
What our Trends analysts got right (and wrong) in 2020.
Here are some popular (but poorly executed) apps: Acute Art, TalkingParents, Draw My Story.
Check out the latest corporate patents from Facebook, Google, and Spotify.
Robomart shows that the next iteration in delivery is… store-hailing.
In the 1920s, AT&T employed hundreds of thousands of people as phone operators. The automation of these jobs affected incumbents and new entrants in different ways.
Sex robots have huge implications that we need to think harder about.
You can now summon driverless rides in Phoenix with Waymo One. Elon Musk -- AKA Tesla’s PR Dept. -- thinks Tesla’s solution is better.
Amazon One lets you buy things with your palm print. People have some privacy questions.
Nikola -- the electric truck company that is becoming the source of endless internet jokes -- is fighting charges of fraud. We pass our verdict based on the early evidence.
One sure way to see the future is by looking at corporate patents. Neer Sharma does so every week with Patent Drop. Check some out here.
Robert Scoble tells us why Apple is positioned to be an early leader in AR technology and how Tesla could potentially enter the game.
Launched only last fall, Roam Research raised $9m at a $200m valuation. Will its software become the future of note-taking?
Microsoft released its dual-screen foldable smartphone, which got us thinking… what’s the next big thing in “-able” tech?
Have a bunch of seemingly random ingredients for dinner? Plant Jammer can help.
Diffbot is training its AI to be more trustworthy by reading the internet nonstop and creating a system that ensures the accuracy of its data.
A brief foray into the cult of the AlphaSmart.
Dapper Labs, a blockchain company, has partnered with the NBA to make digital collectibles of in-game highlights a reality.
Compass Pathways, a psychedelics healthcare company, is ready for your investments.
A look inside the controversial industry.
Never heard of Infobip? You’ve probably used it.
In anticipation of Elon Musk’s Neuralink demo, we lay out the only three possible outcomes.
Two labs aim to make a more natural alternative to baby formula.
Could machine learning be the new Maverick?
Subscriptions are old news. Enter “presubscriptions.”
Bots can write, direct, act, and generate sound effects. But Rotten Tomatoes won’t be giving them fresh scores quite yet.
Talkspace, Crisis Text Line, and Better Help don’t keep things quite as private as you might think.