• Raden is betting sticker mania will stick in the physical world November 21, 2017
     While smart suitcase startup Raden is unarguably a hardware company, they’ve decided to test the social waters by diving headfirst into the world of stickers. The company is launching a sticker store in their mobile app, which lets customers orders physical stickers that once delivered can be can be affixed to their suitcases. The app […]
    Fitz Tepper
  • The FCC’s craven net neutrality vote announcement makes no mention of the 22 million comments filed November 21, 2017
     For someone who claims to be working for the American people, Ajit Pai sure doesn’t seem to care what they have to say. In his announcement today that the FCC would vote whether to roll back net neutrality rules on December 15, he made no mention of the inconvenient fact that his proposal had attracted […]
    Devin Coldewey
  • Overclock Labs bets on Kubernetes to help companies automate their cloud infrastructure November 21, 2017
     Overclock Labs wants to make it easier for developers to deploy and manage their applications across clouds. To do so, the company is building tools to automate distributed cloud infrastructure and, unsurprisingly, it is betting on containers — and specifically the Kubernetes container orchestration tools — to do this. Read More
    Frederic Lardinois
  • Shadow upgrades its cloud computer for gamers and opens signups to everyone November 21, 2017
     French startup Blade, the company behind Shadow, announced at a press conference that it is launching new offers, updating specifications and the ability to become a client and buy a subscription without any waiting list. Shadow is a gaming PC in the cloud for a monthly fee. The company has been running thousands of computers […]
    Romain Dillet
  • YouTube returns to the Amazon Echo Show November 21, 2017
     When the Amazon Echo Show first debuted, it included a YouTube feature, as is right and proper for a device with a screen capable of playing video and connecting to the internet. But Google quickly nixed the Echo Show YouTube player, since it was a non-standard presentation of the company’s stuff which did not comply […]
    Darrell Etherington