African VC TLcom Capital invests $5M in Nigerian data analytics firm Terragon Group

More posts by this contributor Africa Roundup: Uber says it’s staying, Konga could be epic startup fail Harley Davidson’s EV debut could electrify the motorcycle industry The African venture firm TLcom Capital is...

Adobe wants to let you draw data visualizations by letting you draw data visualizations

Every year at its MAX conference, Adobe shows off a couple of interesting prototypes that may or may net end up in one of its...

Crunch Report | First Day YC S17 Wraps Up

LinkedIn now allows anyone to upload video to the platform, Databricks raises $140 million and Druva raises $80 million, the first day of Y Combinator’s Summer 2017 Demo Days wraps...

Verizon just upgraded its prepaid plans with more data for less money

Verizon announced that beginning June 6, they'll be offering three new monthly prepaid plans with more data than before. Starting next week, each prepaid tier will be leveling up its...

First science data from Juno shows Jupiter is a complex and chaotic planet

The recent results sent back from NASA's Juno spacecraft depict Jupiter as a highly complex and chaotic world, featuring cyclones the size of Earth and a surprisingly powerful magnetic field. The...

People.io data rewards app gets Telefónica co-branding push

London based People.io has taken its first steps outside the UK, expanding its data sharing rewards platform into Germany — where it’s launched a co-branded version of the app...

This beekeeper is rescuing bees with deep learning and an iPhone

By now just about everyone has seen the video of Makoto Koike’s deep learning-powered cucumber sorter. Hobbyists around the world are hacking solutions to their problems...

Cloudera and Carvana, tech’s next two IPOs, both price at $15 per share

Another day another IPO(s). Due to the recent success of public offerings from companies like Yext, Okta and Snap it seems the time is now for startups to go public. And...

Ultra Mobile rolls out new plans that offer more data than ever before

On Monday, Ultra Mobile announced the launch of two new high data plans, which gives users 10GB or 20GB of data every month for the relatively low price of $45...

A conversation about digital copyright reform

The European Union is in the process of reforming copyright laws that date...

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Reliance Jio alleges Airtel works in Kashmir despite ban, demands strict...

Telecom giants Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel have once again locked horns over the offering of services on prepaid connections in Jammu and...