Study Associates Frequency, Quality Of Monthly Reports With Startup Success


Intel and Google plot out closer collaboration around Chromebooks and the future of computing: Ingrid Lunden



Intel, the chip-making giant, has been on the road of refocusing its strategy in recent months. While it has sold its mobile chip operation to Apple and is reportedly looking for a buyer for its connected home division, it’s also been going through the diffic…

Qualcomm unveils its Snapdragon Ride platform for all levels of automated driving: Kirsten Korosec



Qualcomm today unveiled a new automotive platform called Snapdragon Ride that’s designed to power all levels of automated driving from today’s active safety systems in passenger cars to the robotaxis that may someday ply city streets. The scalable platform co…

Study associates frequency, quality of monthly reports with startup success: Steve O'Hear



“Despite a lot of publicity and social media, number of sign-ups were modest,” reads one of the last monthly reports I sent to my VCs before my startup ceased to exist. “After the initial wave, sign-ups have slowed right down to near pre-launch levels. User a…

Watch Intel’s CES press conference live right here: Romain Dillet



Intel is holding its CES press conference today at 4 PM Pacific, 7 PM Eastern. The company will talk about what to expect when it comes to CPU innovation. We could also get an early look at the company’s first standalone GPUs. We’ll have a team on the ground,…

The Guild, which turns apartments into short-term rentals, has nabbed $25 million in Series B funding: Connie Loizos



The Guild, a nearly four-old, Austin, Tex.-based startup that turns apartments into comfortable short-term accommodations for business and other travelers, has landed $25 million in Series B funding from some of its earlier investors, including Maveron and Co…

Royole looks to move flexible displays beyond the foldable phone: Brian Heater



If nothing else, Royole grabbed our attention couple of years back by bringing the first foldable smartphone to market. There’s something to be said for being first, I suppose. It raised the profile of a largely unknown name in amongst the tech press, even if…

Pollen Robotics is selling a $17,000 robot torso for researchers and startups: Brian Heater



CES has never been a great show for serious robotics. It’s not a phenomenon I expect to change at any point in the near future, though things do seem to get slightly better each year. Pollen Robotics is an interesting addition to the mix that largely revolves…

Toyota is building a tiny utopian prototype city filled with people, robots and AI: Kirsten Korosec



Toyota researches and tests robotics, material science, automated driving and alternative fuel technology in labs all around the world. Now the automaker is trying a new and far more ambitious project: build a prototype city on a 175-acre site at the foot of …

To break away from D2C crowd, SmileDirectClub announces retail partnership with Walmart: Megan Rose Dickey



Today, SmileDirectClub announced a partnership with Walmart to sell a new line of oral care products, including toothbrushes, teeth whitening treatments, a water flosser and more. For one of the top teledentistry companies, this represents a move to make its …

Mophie’s newest battery pack ships with jumper cables to start your car: Brian Heater



As of this week’s CES, Mophie can add cars to the growing list of things powered with its battery line. It was a matter of time, I suppose. Certainly the company’s not the first to offer this level of charge in a portable power bank, but the new Powerstation …



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