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16804522_10209929257607018_1918237469_o Deep in the Valley this afternoon, 500 Startups’ 19th demo day drew to a close at the Computer History Museum. Business-to-business software, fashion and beauty products made up the largest proportion of companies, but 500 left room for a few outliers. It’s tough for anyone to say who the next Twilio will be, but it just might be hidden somewhere in the 40 companies that… Read More

3D printers are still very much a niche product for a specific audience, most of which are tech enthusiasts and creators. As a recent study out of Michigan Tech highlights, however, it may be in the best interest of the general public (and their pocketbooks) to hop aboard the 3D...

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reddit-paid1 The front page of reddit is a good place to catch up on the latest internets, or so an increasing number of users think. To broaden the appeal of the site to lurkers and first-time visitors, the company is making some small but significant changes to the front page that gets presented to anyone who isn’t logged in. Read More
verticals-mosaic-6x3-big Google and Kaggle today announced a new machine learning challenge that asks developers to find the best way to automatically tag videos. The challenge, which comes with a $30,000 prize for the first-place finisher (and $25,000, $20,000, $15,000, and $10,000 for the next four teams), asks developers to classify and tag videos from Google’s updated YouTube-8M V2 dataset. This dataset… Read More

IMAX has long been the pinnacle of movie theater experiences. In a move to stay competitive and at the forefront of technology, they have unveiled their first VR "Experience Center" in Los Angeles. This is the start of what IMAX hopes will be many location-based VR theaters around the country...

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