MotionSavvy, which emerged from the Leap Motion accelerator AXLR8R, is building a tablet case that leverages the power of the Leap Motion controller in order to translate American Sign Language into English and vice versa. The entire 6-person team is deaf.
Mark Zuckerberg presented at Facebook's third f8 Developers Conference in San Franciso earlier this week and he highlighted a few interesting trends. The social network is definitely maturing and getting more serious. Listening to him talk made me feel like…
“ Put down the calculator and ignore the data for a second. Contrary to popular belief, startup marketing is not all about quantitative metrics and growth hacking. It’s time to start mapping out what creates a connection between you and your customer.”
"The first part is 'Earn'. Google makes 95% of its money from advertising. Even though other parts of its business are growing faster, it's not going to morph into a chain of waffle houses anytime soon.
The second part of the strategy involves enticing people to use services that can either deliver ads or collect data to improve targeting. Others fall into the Expand category where Google seeks to increase internet usage. If you're online more, Google knows it will ultimately benefit. That explains projects like self-driving cars or wifi balloons in Africa..."
New research shows that four in five U.S. smartphone users believe search ads should be relevant to their city, zip code or immediate surroundings. By adopting a local strategy—one that takes people’s locations into consideration—businesses can provide consumers with the information they need to take action.
Incorporating a fairly complex audio recognition tool within the status update interface, Facebook is attempting to make it easier for you to let your friends know about your favorite music and TV shows.
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