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Erin Milnes

November 29, 2018

Asana, a service that teams and individuals use to plan and track the progress of work projects, is doubling down on its own project: to shape “the future of work,” in the words of co-founder and CEO Dustin Moskovitz. The startup, whose products are used by millions of free and paying users, today is announcing […]

Erin Milnes

October 3, 2018

Upwork, a global marketplace for freelance work, found an enthusiastic reception for its Wall Street debut Wednesday. Trading under the symbol UPWK, the company saw shares begin trading at $23. They rose to $23.49 before closing at $21.18, a 41 percent gain over the $15 offering price. Even before its offering, Upwork saw positive signs, […]

Erin Milnes

September 24, 2018

Desk phones are a staple of office cubicles everywhere. But with as many as a third of employees relying on mobile devices for day-to-day communications, it seems their days are numbered. In anticipation of that shift, Plantronics today launched the Elara 60 Series, a “mobile phone station” that enhances smartphones with desk phone capabilities — […]

Erin Milnes

August 23, 2018

SAN FRANCISCO — FireEye, a cybersecurity company that has been involved in a number of prominent investigations, including the 2016 attack on the Democratic National Committee, alerted Facebook in July that it had a problem. Security analysts at the company noticed a cluster of inauthentic accounts and pages on Facebook that were sharing content from […]

Erin Milnes

June 5, 2018

Tencent Games will have a public presence at E3 for the first time this year, as they will host the “Arena of Valor” playoffs, along with esports company ESL. Tencent Games, which has holdings in Riot, Epic Games, and mobile developer Supercell, is the largest gaming company by revenue generated, according to a 2017 ranking from Newzoo. Based in Shenzhen, […]

Erin Milnes

May 23, 2018

The partnership between Brooks, HP, and Superfeet uses biomechanical analysis and 3-D foot scanning to create a pair of shoes built especially for you On Wednesday, Brooks announced that its customizable running shoe will hit shelves in early 2019 with a limited run of 1,914 pairs. (Brooks was founded in 1914.) The shoe, called the Genesys, is the result of […]

Erin Milnes

February 26, 2018

Manufacturers and others in heavy industry are beginning to adopt IoT technology. Although there’s still a ways to go, companies are deploying more and more IoT sensors to collect data and make important business decisions in real time. But technology is on another edge of revolution. As the amount of collected data continues to increase, organizations need […]

Erin Milnes

December 21, 2017

Another hellish year on this mortal plane is about to come to a conclusion. Soon, hopefully, the abject mediocrity will fade and we’ll forget everything that was boring or bland. Instead, we’ll remember only the very best and the very worst. Being that this is a blog ostensibly about gadgets we felt it was important […]

Erin Milnes

October 13, 2017

As a global provider of brand experiences that has been advancing in the event technology space, Freeman understands the industry-wide challenges of digital tool integration. In an effort solve this often frustrating issue and create a more seamless experience for event organizers and attendees in the process, the company has introduced Fuzion by Freeman, an […]

Erin Milnes

August 22, 2017

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 UltraViolet, the digital video “cloud locker” technology that lets you watch digital versions of your […]