Obama to Pardon Manning but not Snowden in Final Hour

Published on January 18, 2017

App developers across the country have been watching whistleblower cases with particular interest after Edward…

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Study Shows Half of App Store Growth From Chinese Users

Published on January 17, 2017

2016 was a stellar year for app sales—especially on Google Play. Bay Area app developers…

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London Startups Show the Bright Side of Mobile AI Technology

Published on January 16, 2017

London has a problem. It’s a problem that is probably familiar to anybody who’s rented…

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App Developers Shaping Media to Favor Simple, Direct Content

Published on January 5, 2017

Facebook just launched a feature to automatically subtitle videos posted to their platform. Why does…

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2017’s Unicorn Startups Could Be in “Brick-and-mortar” business

Published on January 4, 2017

“Brick and mortar” or employee-reliant tech companies often face an uphill battle in Silicon Valley….

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App Development and Ethics at the Crossroads Post-Election

Published on January 2, 2017

In the past five years, the effects of the app economy on the social and…

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IoT Device Playing Central Roll in Criminal Investigation

Published on December 29, 2016

All the evidence currently public points towards a guilty verdict for James Andrew Bates of…

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Ringing in the New Year with the Promise of Mobile Tech IPOs

Published on December 27, 2016

Expectations were low for tech IPOs in 2016 — driven in large part by the…

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Liquidation Preferences and Why They Matter for App Developers

Published on December 26, 2016

Founders tend to be a passionate group focussed strongly on the nuts and bolts of…

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White House Report Highlights Pros and Cons of AI on Economy

Published on December 21, 2016

The White House issued a follow-up to their fall report on artificial intelligence in the…

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