Last year, Ember Technologies Inc. ran a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo to build a mug that keeps hot drinks at the perfect sipping temperature. By now, it’s sold 4,000 of these devices. And in something of a coup for the startup, Starbucks Corp. has begun selling Ember Temperature Control Mugs in its stores across most of the U.S. and online for $149.95. Whether it’s coffee,… Read More Go to Source
Author: Lora Kolodny
An attack on internet infrastructure company Dyn last month cut off access to some of the world’s biggest sites last month. Now Oracle is buying the company The post Oracle Just Bought Dyn, the Company That Brought Down the Internet appeared first on WIRED.
Aye Finance, a startup that specializes in micro-loans in India, has landed $10.3 million in new funding of its own led LGT and existing investors SAIF Partners and Accion. Read More Go to Source
Author: Jon Russell
IBM today announced that it is launching four new data centers in the U.K. This brings IBM’s total data center footprint in the U.K. to six, in addition to 16 other locations across Europe. This is yet another example of the company’s increasing infrastructure investment. The first of these new U.K. locations in Fareham will go online in December, with the other three U.K.… Read More Go to Source
Author: Frederic Lardinois
In this episode of WIRED Dot Gov, we talk with Deputy Secretary of State Tony Blinken and Social Capital CEO Chamath Palihapitiya about the 2016 election. The post What Silicon Valley Got Wrong About the 2016 Election appeared first on WIRED.
Facebook has followed Google’s lead by trumpeting plans to expand its presence in the UK — despite ongoing uncertainty over the impact of this summer’s Brexit vote for the country to leave the European Union. Read More Go to Source
Author: Natasha Lomas