Room Service by Robot And Other Ways Tech is Changing The Hotel Stay

Xconomy

Regis Swisslog Healthcare textbot University of Delaware Venture Capital Westin wine xperienceMore days than not, Michael Colaneri’s home is a hotel room.

Saxena: More Than a Tool, A.I. Must Be Used With Society in Mind

Xconomy

[ Updated 12/27/18, 9:54 am ] Manoj Saxena is bullish on artificial intelligence. As chairman of Austin, TX-based A.I. startup CognitiveScale and managing director of The Entrepreneur Fund , which makes investments in early-stage machine learning companies, Saxena believes A.I.

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Wireless Internet Firms Take On Big Telecoms in Cities and Suburbs

Xconomy

VC Venture Capital Web Webpass WiFi wireless wireless Internet service providers (WISPs) Wireless Networks Wireless Spectrum WISPA Xfinity xperienceIf you’re a city dweller, and unhappy with the big company that provides your Internet connection, chances are good there’s a scrappy little outfit that thinks it can do better for you.

FAANG, Public Trust, Valuations, in 2019: The Read from Menlo Ventures

Xconomy

The market caps of some of the most successful tech titans reach as high as $1 trillion. Yet in 2018, perceptions about these dominant companies often reflected uneasiness and doubt—and for some, so did their stock performance.

E-Commerce Startups Open Door to Endless Virtual Closet

Xconomy

It’s the kind of clothes swapping that women have been doing offline since, likely, as long as there have been garments, says Emily Fox, director of marketing communications at LeTote, a San Francisco e-commerce startup. The sharing economy is moving into our bedroom closets.

Is Your Company Independent or Co-Dependent?

Xconomy

This is the reason many businesses wisely place a huge value on human capital and prioritize their focus on retention though recruitment techniques like competitive benefits and incentives. Steve Jobs was once famously quoted stating, “the secret of my success is that we have gone to exceptional lengths to hire the best people in the world.” Employees are a critical part of any company’s backbone, no matter the size or industry of the business.

Tech Titans Peter Thiel, Matt Jacobson, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, Mich Mathews, Elon Musk Buy Homes in Los Angeles

SoCal Delicious

Last summer, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss—twins best known for suing Mark Zuckerberg over the origins of Facebook, and who recently formed a venture-capital firm—bought an 8,000-square-foot bachelor pad in the Hollywood Hills for $18 million. Downtown San Diego Condos.