Vudu in TechCrunch

Vudu, named by Catchword, in TechCrunch
As reported earlier this month, Walmart’s streaming service Vudu has now arrived on Apple TV… with a few limitations. The new app allows you to watch the movies and shows saved to your Vudu library, including those you’ve added by way of...
By |August 22nd, 2017|Our Names in the News|Comments Off on Vudu in TechCrunch

Plantronics Habitat in Network World

Catchword names Habitat, new service from Plantronics
Plantronics introduces another type of IoT product, Habitat Soundscaping, adaptive software that attacks the noise in open offices The Internet of Things (IoT) is creating interesting, new business opportunities. This week, Plantronics announced a new noise-as-a-service portfolio called Habitat Soundscaping. The...
By |July 31st, 2017|Our Names in the News|Comments Off on Plantronics Habitat in Network World

Corning Valor featured on CNBC

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Corning plans to "immediately" invest $500 million and create 1,000 new American jobs making a new glass for medical products, its CEO told CNBC on Thursday. The initiative is a collaboration with Merck and Pfizer and was announced at a "Made in America" event...
By |July 21st, 2017|Our Names in the News|Comments Off on Corning Valor featured on CNBC

Intel Optane featured on Curiosity.com

Catchword's Intel Optane on Curiosity.com
Learn about the power of Intel Optane in this entertaining and informative video. Learn about the power of Intel Optane in this entertaining and informative video. Mr. Techquickie has a passion and a knack for explaining the nuts and bolts in a way any layperson...
By |May 3rd, 2017|Our Names in the News|Comments Off on Intel Optane featured on Curiosity.com

Upwork in New York Times

Don’t listen to President Trump. Going back to the good old days will cost us.   Shortly after Donald Trump was elected president, John Solak, a resident of Binghamton, N.Y., began lobbying the city to rename its Main Street “Trump...
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Versalume and Corning Fibrance in Sports Illustrated

Catchword-named Versalume in Sports Illustrated
The day before the hardwood floor at Haas Pavilion at the University of California, Berkeley was to be ripped up and replaced after another year on the athletic playing surface, a Silicon Valley-based company got access to the arena to...
By |April 20th, 2017|Our Names in the News|Comments Off on Versalume and Corning Fibrance in Sports Illustrated

HP WorkWise in TechRadar Pro

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HP, like every other Windows-bent PC firm, has made its mission to outdo Microsoft’s own Surface line, especially in the workplace. The second attempt from HP, unveiled in Barcelona at MWC 2017, seems better suited than ever to enamor employees...
By |February 27th, 2017|Our Names in the News|Comments Off on HP WorkWise in TechRadar Pro

Clover Health in Bloomberg Technology

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Tech investors have injected about $300 million into Clover Health, an insurance startup attempting to use data to keep its customers healthy. Wearing blue scrubs and a 1,000-watt smile, Nikesha McPherson arrives for her annual visit to the home of an octogenarian...
By |December 7th, 2016|Our Names in the News|Comments Off on Clover Health in Bloomberg Technology

Asana on CNBC

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During last year's imbroglio over Amazon.com's hard-charging culture, Asana co-founder Dustin Moskovitz wrote a blog post titled "Work Hard, Live Well," promoting a very different kind of tech environment. Employees have rallied around that message. In a report released Thursday...
By |August 29th, 2016|Our Names in the News|Comments Off on Asana on CNBC

Starbucks Refreshers in the Seattle Times

The brightly colored Starbucks drinks — the so-called “rainbow drinks” found only on the company’s “secret menu” — are all over social media right now. But they also seem to be causing at least some confusion, if not headaches, for...
By |July 9th, 2016|Our Names in the News|Comments Off on Starbucks Refreshers in the Seattle Times