Called, ‘Yellow’, the accelerator starts off with a treasure chest of US $150,000, which it will invest in 10 different creators or startups beginning this fall.
Called the Sprint IoT Factory, it provided pre-packaged connected solutions in a digital store format.
Ghostery is a service that looks to bring trackers under the user’s control. The app integrates with most Web browsers as an extension. It is also available on both the Android & iOS smartphone platforms.
63% of ad network SDKs access private user data.
‘Ctrlpanel’ is a startup whose main goal is to make accounts more secure. One can get the app on their iPhone from the App store or use the PC version.
Using Microsoft’s AI platform, SharePoint spaces empower creators to build immersive experiences with point-&-click simplicity. Now ‘spaces’ adds a new dimension to the experience, that of mixed reality.
Aipoly’s Autonomous Store Platform & related projects learn the preferences of your customer adapting to an ideal mix of products. Customers are directed to the appropriate shelf & products are automatically stocked/restocked if there’s customer demand.
Microsoft & Google have jointly disclosed another CPU security vulnerability that’s similar to the ‘Meltdown’ & ‘Spectre’ flaws that were revealed earlier this year.
Reports: The Verge, Reuters
Bank of America is rolling out an AI-driven virtual assistant of its kind in financial services, Erica, to its 25 million mobile clients.
US telco AT&T has launched the ‘LTE-M Button’. It offers endless possibilities for businesses to save time, money & improve customer convenience and satisfaction through the Internet of Things.
Lasso is a Web tool that helps bring together Web resources in a more actionable format. Once a person has found a resource he would like to keep, he can ‘Lasso’ it using the app’s browser extension to one of their themed collections.