As any fan of Kitchen Nightmares may know, the restaurant business is not for the faint of heart, nor is it likely to generate fat margins. Now, a startup called PlateIQ has raised $4 million in new funding to help restaurants automate accounts payable, and nail all their other accounting work so they can focus, finally, on the food and front-of-house. Eileses Capital led the round… Read More Go to Source
Author: Lora Kolodny
It’s a remarkable thing for any civil servant to have to say. But in the Trump era, it needed saying. The post So the FCC Head Says the Media Isn’t the Enemy. In 2017, That’s News appeared first on WIRED.
Can you smell this? It’s the smell of some fresh new leaks coming from Evan Blass’ Twitter account. This time, Evan shared some renderings of the Samsung Galaxy S8 in not one, not two but three different colors. And this is what it looks like: Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus (top to bottom) in black sky, orchid grey and arctic silver (left to right) pic.twitter.com/ISo7W10sYV… Read More Go to Source
Author: Romain Dillet
A new aerial video of Mars, made from high-res satellite imagery, gives a gorgeous, 3D sense of the planet’s topography The post A Stunning Video of Mars That Took Three Months to Stitch Together—by Hand appeared first on WIRED.
There are roughly 22,000 tech companies in San Francisco, yet most local high school students have never set foot in one. Most don’t even know what a “startup” or a “venture capitalist” is. Stevon Cook, a former resident of San Francisco’s public housing system, is changing that through his work as chief executive of Mission Bit and his work as a commissioner… Read More Go to Source
Author: Ruben Harris