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Glympse Launches A New App To Help Drivers Share Their Locations

Glympse-in-VW-dash-map Glympse was one of the earliest smartphone-based location services, but the company’s focus on utility kept it out of the hype cycle. Today, it’s back with a new app that makes it easier for drivers to share their location. Glympse for Autos is meant to allow drivers to share their locations with their families without being distracted. Read More

Glympse Launches A New App To Help Drivers Share Their Locations

Glympse-in-VW-dash-map Glympse was one of the earliest smartphone-based location services, but the company’s focus on utility kept it out of the hype cycle. Today, it’s back with a new app that makes it easier for drivers to share their location. Glympse for Autos is meant to allow drivers to share their locations with their families without being distracted. Read More

Nvidia Announces The $199 Shield Set-Top Box

Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang Nvidia today unveiled its plan to further its push into user hardware with a new device aimed at the Apple TV and Roku, which it’s calling the Shield. Read More

Product Hunt Mobile Will Make You An App Collector

Product Hunt Ryan Hoover is the becoming the iconic modern founder. Big on transparency. Quick to admit mistakes. And always trying to galvanize the Product Hunt community. So rather than wait for its upcoming launch, today Hoover previewed Product Hunt‘s next iOS build by livestreaming its developer’s work in progress via Meerkat. The new mobile version of community product review… Read More

Valve Announces Source 2, And It’ll Be Free

valve guy It’s been a good week for game developers. Unreal Engine 4 went free. Unity 5 came out, and a massive chunk of its once premium features went free. And now: Valve has just announced Source 2, the next generation of their Source game engine… and sure enough, it’s “free to content developers”. Best known as the engine that powers games like Half-Life 2, Team… Read More

Valve Announces Steam Link, A $49 Gadget For Streaming PC Games To Any Room In Your House

Steam controller Valve continues its push into hardware, as the company has announced that it plans to release a new gadget later this year that will let Steam users stream games from their PCs to any room in the house.
Valve says the new gadget, which it’s calling the Steam Link, will sell for $49 when it arrives in November. Read More

Sony Will Ship Its Project Morpheus VR Headset In The First Half Of 2016

DSC_0011 We’re live in a rather humble little room at the W hotel in San Francisco, where Sony is showing off the latest prototype of their Project Morpheus VR headset to a handful of reporters. Externally, the latest prototype looks… about the same. At this point, though, it’s what’s on the inside of a VR headset that counts, though. Without beefy hardware inside, that sense… Read More

The Battle Is For The Customer Interface

middleman In 2015 Uber, the world’s largest taxi company owns no vehicles, Facebook the world’s most popular media owner creates no content, Alibaba, the most valuable retailer has no inventory and Airbnb the world’s largest accommodation provider owns no real estate. Something interesting is happening. Since the industrial revolution the world has developed complex supply chains,… Read More

Pebble’s CEO Discusses The Company’s Second Product Launch

Pebble CEO Eric Migicovsky As other manufacturers look to bring devices for your wrist to market bearing marked similarity to their phones, Pebble has gone in the other direction, focusing on its seven-day battery life and a simple interface. Last week, we stopped by Pebble’s Menlo Park office to chat with CEO Eric Migicovsky about the thinking that went into the new watch. Read More

Google Contacts Gets A New Look

2015-03-03_1339 Google Contacts is getting an update. Contacts sits at the core of services like Gmail, Google+, Hangouts and others, but it never felt like Google was putting a lot of resources into this service. Now, it’s not only getting a new look, but also a couple of new features that will make using it a bit easier. The new look takes its cues from Google’s other services that have adopted… Read More