Global Startup News for 18 Jun 2019
The goal is to create one view of the customer, regardless of whether customers are connecting via web, social, mobile, phone, in-store, and so on.
Huawei's American chip suppliers, including Qualcomm and Intel, are quietly pressing the U.S. government to ease its ban on sales to the Chinese tech giant.
"You cannot talk about poaching without talking about poverty, inequality, or corruption. The suffering of the animals is closely linked to the suffering of people, and Toby really brings that... across."
The Suspicious Site Reporter Extension lets users report sites to Google Safe Browsing, and Chrome has a new warning to protect users from deceptive URLs.
Udacity is launching a nontechnical AI course for product managers to learn how to add AI to their products and use AI to identify opportunities.
Cruise, the autonomous driving research and development division of GM, open-sourced Webviz, a web-based data analysis tool for robotics applications.
After a decade, the Call of Duty Endowment is hitting its stride when it comes to placing veterans into good jobs. Since 2012, the nonprofit group funded by the profits from Activision Blizzard’s... popular Call of Duty video game series has placed more than 54,000 veterans into jobs. The average salary for the jobs is […]
Adobe researchers describe in a newly published paper an AI system that learns painting styles to reproduce artwork in under a minute.
Nintendo brought up the rear in showing off new games at the 2019 Electronic Entertainment Expo, but it made noise with its Nintendo Direct livestream.
One of the AR industry's biggest players has sued a small but impressive startup, claiming that an inexpensive headset is based upon its pricier technology.
U.S. Senator and presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders has taken to Twitter to throw in his support for video game workers unions.
LinkedIn is rolling out new tools designed to make it easier for job candidates to prep for interviews.
Microsoft's new PowerPoint Designer features aim to boost productivity, align employees with brand style, and provide real-time public speaking suggestions.
For the first time since 2015, the United States, not China, will lead the $152. billion gaming market, according to research firm Newzoo's latest report
With a fast-growing awareness about nutrition and our own health, it is not surprising that the next wave of wellness companies are not focused on humans, but on pets. Meet Ollie, bringing nutrition... to your dog.
Developers on the iOS side made 64% percent more income compared to Android during the first quarter of 2019.
Cara Care, a Berlin-based startup extending telemedical treatment to patients with gastrointestinal conditions, has raised $7 million.
The fifth-largest U.S. carrier can cover 98% of its customers with high-speed 5G, but still plans to start by offering slower, longer-range 600MHz service.
Amazon has announced plans to expand its air cargo network by 25% to 70 planes by 2021, after signing a deal to lease 15 Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
Mobile mesh networking platform GoTenna has raised $24 million in a mix of equity and debt funding led by Peter Thiel's Founders Fund.
Esports conglomerate RektGlobal said that it is expanding further into the music industry with the addition of a new investor, DJ Nicky Romero.
Hiring a copywriter may not be at the top of your priority list, when starting a business and launching a website. So if you'd like help getting started with your website copy, here are some simple... tips about things to do - and definitely not do...
Dean Takahashi of GamesBeat finishes Rage 2's last scene on normal mode. Say goodbye to General Cross, the evil dude of the Authority.
For a look at iRobot maker Roomba's long and winding past and a glimpse into its future, we spoke with CEO Colin Angle and CTO Chris Jones.
Optimizely, an A/B testing platform that helps companies experiment with new features in their websites and apps, has raised $50 million.