Siri's initial investor and former board member says Google should fear Apple's sassy digital assistant.
Someone from Siri's past has come out in defense of the software voice assistant's alleged data hogging ways, saying each query is about 63 kilobytes of data.
An interview that deals with the mechanics of open-source companies.
The note service is flush with cash, thanks to a new funding round led by Sequoia Capital.
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The note-taking company will use money to grow and develop an acquisition strategy, even though it hasn't really been burning through its cash.
A group of black entrepreneurs aims to turn around stats showing how underrepresented minorities are in tech through its New Media accelerator program.
There's a glut of startups--and also plenty of reasons for optimism going into the new year.
LiveFuels to grow algae in its natural environment and harvest the oil from the fish that eat it. The harvested oil could fuel cars and trucks, the company says.
Google+ takes big strides managing communications for different audiences, but it still falls short when handling dual personal and professional identities.