A wonderful and funny example of the over-capitalisation of the VS world in Silicon Valley: A pizzeria owner made money buying his own $24 pizzas from DoorDash for $16
For a company that has basically been selling smartphone for just over five years, Oppo's meteoric rise has been something to behold. They have gone from an obscure, little-known Chinese electronics manufacturer to China's largest seller of phones and 5th in the entire World. The combination of an excellent product offering and a well-targeted price-point... Continue Reading →
Third-party sellers seem to be overtaking Amazon as the primary provider of physical goods on the Amazon website. It is crucial for Amazon to stop phishing and price-gauging practices by these sellers that could negatively impact the UX of its most loyal customers...
We know that AI can now distinguish between a dog and a cat with high accuracy but can it differentiate between a real Da Vinci and a fake one? Well it does seems like little by little these Deep Learning tools are being used to solve such problematic topics. Here is the great article in... Continue Reading →
Ikea and other house-furnishing businesses came out some time ago with AR apps to better fitout your home. And it was only a matter of time for other clothing and hardware brands to do the same. Enter Mountain Hardwear: Mountain Hardwear Introduces Augmented Reality Outfitting
With UBER's IPO fast approaching, the lack of profitability of its business model is again grabbing the limelight: since 2014, the cumulative operating losses now add up to over $12bn. How long can the company keep going without actually turning a profit?
At the Executive Program organised by Singularity University in San Francisco last year, we got the chance to sit down and talk at length with Ray Kurzweil, legendary inventor and futurist and author of great books like How to Create a Mind and The Singularity is Near. Here is a mural-summary of that chat: