Monday, March 30, 2020

Tomy’s Dancy Beatz is a dancing disco ball you can choreograph

Tomy has unveiled a new dancing toy at the 2020 New York Toy Fair that shows shades of the Sony Rolly. It's called Dancy...

Here’s our pick of the top six startups from Pause Fest

We’ve been dropping into the Australian startup scene increasingly over the years as the ecosystem has been building at an increasingly faster pace, most...

Sony lets anyone create remote controls for its cameras

Sony's mirrorless cameras are usually well-regarded, but their support for remote control? Not so much. You've usually had to rely on Sony's own software,...

The case for cooperative tech startups

When Uber and Lyft went public, it wasn’t the drivers who got rich — it was the executives, investors and some early employees. In...

True product-market fit is a minimum viable company

Hi, I’m Ann. I was one of the first investors in Lyft, Refinery29 and Xamarin. I’ve been on the Midas List for the past three...

Readers share their fondest memories of the original Xbox

Think back to 2001: Lifehouse's 'Hanging by a Moment' was (inexplicably) the number one song. NASA launched the Genesis space probe. Enron filed for...

The teenager that’s at CES to network

It's not that Alishba Imran isn't impressed by her tour of Zappos HQ, the Disneyland of corporate campuses, with its "zapponians" who earn "zollars"...

Presenting the Best of CES 2020 finalists!

Our editors have been hard at work the past few days finding the latest and greatest gadgets here at CES 2020. Now we're ready...

AMD’s new FreeSync tiers guarantee display performance

Much like NVIDIA did at CES 2019, AMD is rebranding its adaptive framerate technology at CES 2020 to make it easier for consumers to...

‘Fortnite’ made a historic $1.8 billion in 2019

Fortnite won its chicken dinner in 2019 by grossing $1.8 billion in sales, more than any single-year sales total in videogame history. While the...