Salesforce has always been a company that is looking ahead to the next big technology, whether that was mobile, social, internet of things or artificial intelligence. In an interview with Business Insider’s Julie Bort at the end of March, Salesforce co-founders Marc Benioff and Parker Harris talked about a range of subjects including how the
We speak with Lieutenant Uhura from Star Trek: The Original Series at Silicon Valley Comic-Con 2018 on her love for the show, why she can’t get enough of comic conventions and that famous kiss…
Dictionary app Reverso is getting new features with its 8.0 update. There are new exercices and games to help you learn new words. Reverso also now has an integrated thesaurus. Reverso is one of the biggest dictionary players out there. It now has over 40 million unique visitors on its website and app every month.
The growth of Windows has slowed as Microsoft’s mobile platform goals have faded and the PC market matured. As a result, Microsoft has had to seek new revenue outside of its operating system. In 2017, as part of that effort to grow, Microsoft announced a new subscription product called Microsoft 365, bringing together Windows, the company’s cloud-centered
Lego Mindstorms have paved the way for many programmable toys. And Austrian startup Robo Wunderkind is building a new kind of Lego-like programmable kit. The startup first launched on the TechCrunch Disrupt stage and just raised $1.2 million (€1 million) from SOSV, Austrian Federal Promotional Bank and multiple business angels. Compared to many programmable toys
Bahrain Grand Prix – times and channels In the UK, coverage of The 2018 Formula One season is once again being split between Channel 4 and Sky Sports F1 – and both are showing the Bahrain Grand Prix live. The race itself starts at 4.10pm BST (11.10am ET, 8.10am PT, 5.10pm CET). The Bahrain Grand
With the rise of touchscreen Windows devices and touchscreen Chromebooks, it makes sense for Google’s web browser to become more friendly to prodding fingers and styluses, and a touch-enhanced version of Chrome is now available in the Canary channel – the early, buggy version of the app aimed at developers. It features a rounded address