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Warner Bros. is pre-registering people for its Westworld game

Posted: 11 Mar 2018 11:58 PM PDT

 Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is capitalizing on the wildly successful Westworld experience at South by Southwest and offering pre-registration for its upcoming mobile game — based on HBO’s series of the same name. Produced by the company’s WB Games in San Francisco through a collaboration with Kilter Films, the game was developed by Behaviour Interactive and will… Read More

India’s Ola takes its Uber rivalry to Australia with launch in Sydney

Posted: 11 Mar 2018 10:31 PM PDT

 Ola, Uber’s key rival in India, has taken its first step overseas after its service officially went live in Australia via a launch in Sydney. The company announced its plans to go Down Under at the end of January and in Sydney, which is its first full launch, Ola said it has signed up over 7,000 registered drivers. Initially, passengers will be able to enjoy free rides for a limited… Read More

Africa Roundup: Uber says it’s staying, Konga could be epic startup fail

Posted: 11 Mar 2018 09:30 PM PDT

 Despite exit rumors and quitting Morocco, Uber is staying in Africa, according to its General Manager for Sub-Saharan Africa, Alon Lits. Speculation Uber could leave the continent surfaced late last year when a board member of its biggest investor, Softbank, encouraged the company to focus on markets such as the U.S., Europe, and Latin America. “It really was an…article after that… Read More

The case for boosting enterprise software startups with services

Posted: 11 Mar 2018 06:30 PM PDT

   One of the truisms of software business strategy is that services is bad business; heck, we’ve also said it. The reason, put bluntly, is that it’s a business with low margins and is not as scalable. So in the early days of bringing to market a complex enterprise software product, the repeated feedback I got from nearly all my advisors was to make sure customers were… Read More

Where experiential virtual reality is heading

Posted: 11 Mar 2018 03:30 PM PDT

 On January 5th, The VOID’s new walk-around VR experience, Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire, opened to the public at Downtown Disney in California, preceded by a December launch at Disney Springs in Florida, marking the single biggest moment yet for out-of-home virtual reality. Many months in the making, this joint effort from ILMxLAB and The VOID is backed by Disney and features one of… Read More

Disney’s ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ captures just enough of Madeleine L’Engle’s unruly magic

Posted: 11 Mar 2018 03:29 PM PDT

A Wrinkle In Time  A Wrinkle in Time was one of my favorite books as a kid. I read it over and over, then tracked down the sequels and gobbled up many more of Madeleine L’Engle’s fantasy- and science fiction-tinged novels for young adults. But I hadn’t touched it in more than 20 years, maybe closer to 30, when the excitement began to build around a new Disney adaptation directed by Ava Duvernay. Read More

We need to improve the accuracy of AI accuracy discussions

Posted: 11 Mar 2018 12:44 PM PDT

 Reading the tech press, you would be forgiven for believing that AI is going to eat pretty much every industry and job. Not a day goes by without another reporter breathlessly reporting some new machine learning product that is going to trounce human intelligence. That surfeit of enthusiasm doesn’t originate just with journalists though — they are merely channeling the wild optimism… Read More

The un-lonely planet

Posted: 11 Mar 2018 12:30 PM PDT

 It used to be easy to get lost. Pick up your passport, board an airplane, and zoom, you were gone, disconnected, all on your own, until and unless you stopped by an Internet cafe or an international phone booth. Nowadays my T-Mobile plan gives me free data roaming in more than a hundred countries, and even those without, like Vietnam, where I write this, tend to have near-ubiquitous… Read More

Meet the women inventing the future in the TechMAKERS mini-series

Posted: 11 Mar 2018 11:40 AM PDT

 MAKERS spotlights five women at the forefront of technologies remaking our world, from AI to robotics to telepathy to deep space exploration. They are engineers and computer scientists at the top of their game in an industry where women make up only a quarter of technical jobs. They are exploding silicon ceilings and motivating a new generation of female “makers” to join their… Read More

Facebook co-founder says its rise reveals the fault lines destroying the “American Dream”

Posted: 11 Mar 2018 10:30 AM PDT

 In April 2004, a couple of Harvard undergraduate roommates took a walk in the pouring rain around the university campus. They were two of the three co-founders of an internet company that had launched a couple of months earlier — a social network start-up that we now know as Facebook. One of the young men, a history student called Chris Hughes, was making his case to the other, a… Read More

Where did venture capitalists go to college?

Posted: 11 Mar 2018 10:10 AM PDT

 The educational backgrounds of VC investment professionals are in some ways surprisingly diverse, even if the population of investors generally isn’t. Still, there are some definite trends to suss out at all levels of the educational continuum, and that’s what we’re going to do today. Read More

VCs have discovered the Midwest

Posted: 11 Mar 2018 08:36 AM PDT

 The Midwest is back! At least, that’s the conclusion from a group of venture capitalists who went on a multi-day bus tour through the region recently. As Kevin Roose wrote in the New York Times this week, “The trip, which took place on a luxury bus outfitted with a supply of vegan doughnuts and coal-infused kombucha, was known as the ‘Comeback Cities Tour.’”… Read More

Data on a street corner

Posted: 11 Mar 2018 08:00 AM PDT

 This week on CTRL+T, we talk MoviePass’s tracking drama and the way the local world works – media-style. We’re joined in the studio by Eric Eldon, co-founder and editor-in-chief of Hoodline (and former co-editor of TechCrunch and therefor my former boss). Hoodline is a local news site that covers hoods in San Francisco and Oakland “near you.” As in down the… Read More