This oven is for food geeks who will gladly endure minor software glitches while also overcoming a significant learning curve and adjusting cooking techniques to replicate the nirvana of fine restaurant-quality cuisine.
Coinbase offered a wide range of possibiities this year, citing market uncertainty.
SoftBank claims AutoStore is making possible advances in logistics for companies around the world.
Micron said its market for memory chips is seeing “rapidly improving conditions.”
BlackBerry cited the global chip shortage, and efforts to sell some of its patent portfolio pertaining to mobile to a North American company.
GameStop said it will focus on 2021 initaitives of investing in technology capabilities, and expanding its product offerings.
Limelight said the job cuts are part of an effort to make the company more productive and able to “execute” faster.
The company's chief marketing officer, Steve Daheb, says that virtual events are here to stay. They afford a trove of data about customers that real events don't provide, and allow for year-round enagement beyond the few days of a live event.
PagerDuty said it continues to see strength in its enterprise market, including with customers Dropbox, Marqeta, Morgan Stanley, Netflix, Okta, and Slack.
Tackling the climate emergency requires a fundamental change in the way governments think and operate, argue Ray Ison and Ed Straw.
Smartsheet said growth in the number of customers with annual contract value of $5,000 or more rose by 31%.
Vuzix said it expects “significant” revenue growth this year.
This is the one where David Gewirtz becomes temporarily separated from his iPhone, has a quiet inner freakout, and wonders if our bond with technology is actually an aberrant psychological disorder.
Zuora’s subscription revenue rose 19% in the quarter, it said.
DocuSign said its subscription revenue surged by 59% in the January-ending quarter.
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Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani cover their top tech gift recommendations this holiday season in this week's episode of Jason Squared. Read more: https://zd.net/2OV0Xu0