Nvidia faces attacks from AMD, Intel, and even Google

“Ray tracing is here,” Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang optimistically proclaimed in a press interview at GTC. “It’s all about ray tracing, ray tracing, ray tracing.” Nvidia’s […]

Google’s March 2019 core quality update

On March 12, Google released an update to its algorithms that had a significant impact on quite a few sites across the web. Many, but not […]

HoneyBook raises $28 million to connect freelancers with clients

The gig economy is alive and well, and you don’t have to take our word for it. One estimate pegs the number of U.S. workers who […]

Jitjatjo raises $11 million to match service & hospitality businesses

It’s not easy finding quality workers in a pinch, particularly if you’re in the service and hospitality industry. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports an […]

How Google Stadia could be a success

Stadia is Google’s new gaming service that promises latency free 4K quality streaming of AAA games to any device that can run the Chrome browser. The […]

New Bing Maps traffic coloring makes it easier to choose the fastest route

There is an old saying that you don’t know where you are going until you get there. With Bing Maps new route coloring feature, you will […]

Rent the Runway hits a $1 billion valuation

Rent the Runway just closed a $125 million led by Franklin Templeton Investments and Bain Capital Ventures. This round values the company at $1 billion. In […]

What Is Google’s Neural Matching?

Yesterday I covered that Google said that their neural matching AI has nothing at all to do with the March 2019 core update, nor any previous […]

Google fined $1.69 billion by EU for AdSense antitrust abuses

Google has been fined $1.69 billion by European regulators, who claim the U.S. tech giant abused its dominant position in search to force third-party sites to […]