April 2016 Archive

Need new luggage? Rolls-Royce will sell you this 6-piece set for $45,854

What do you think the nickname for a Rolls-Royce roller bag might be? A “roller roller?” No, really, I am asking. You tell me. SEE ...

Joe Biden lost $10 betting a Cadillac was quicker than a Tesla

It was old school versus new school. And new school won. SEE ALSO: Ford’s Tesla Model 3 competitor could be called the ‘Model E’ Vice ...

Leica's new crazy expensive digital camera doesn't have an LCD screen

A digital camera with no LCD screen? Who the heck would buy such a camera in 2016? That’s the question, Leica surely asked itself when ...

Microsoft wants to connect all your favorite apps with Flow

There are so many different apps, programs and services we use on a daily basis, or even a minute-by-minute basis. Navigating through all those different ...

What does Apple's first sales drop in 13 years mean?

This week on MashTalk, we’re taking stock of all things Apple after its first “bad” quarter in 13 years. Will the iPhone 7 turn things around? Has ...

Digital magazine company Issuu is now a collaboration platform, too

 Digital media company Issuu has been trying to offer a better way to present content online. Now it’s a promising a better way for teams ...

Kentucky Derby attendees can now order food, place bets from their seats

 Getting around, drinking and dining at the Kentucky Derby this year should prove a lot easier for fans and employees. According to Churchill Downs’ General ...

Home Chef raises $10M for meal kits and “taste algorithms”

 Home Chef, one of several startups delivering recipes and ingredients to take some of the hassle out of home cooking, is announcing that it has raised ...

Tall poppy syndrome and the Canadian opportunity

 There’s an epidemic in Canada. That epidemic is a mentality that leaves top talent with no option but to leave the nation’s borders and with ...

John Borthwick, Naveen Selvadurai, and Heather Hartnett to school us on startup studios at TC Disrupt NY

 Some of the most influential and successful companies in the game have come out of startup studios. Just look at Giphy, Reserve, and Operator. But what ...

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