Monthly Archives November 2011
The Kauffman Foundation, which studies entrepreneurship, recently found that startups create about 3 million new jobs a year. Hari Sreenivasan reports on efforts to nurture promising companies and bring them to market faster.
InvenSense, Inc. (NYSE-Listed INVN), a leading provider of MotionProcessing™ solutions for the consumer electronics market, visited the NYSE. to commemorate the company’s initial public offering. InvenSense began trading on the NYSE on Wed., Nov. 16 under the ticker symbol “INVN.” In honor of the occasion, Steve Nasiri, Founder and CEO, rang The Opening BellSM.
Invensense Moving Beyond Wii to Smart Phones
Parature, a global leader in cloud-based customer engagement software, announced today that Evernote, the company that’s helping the world remember everything, has selected Parature for online customer support to service its worldwide customer base. Continue Reading »
Following Partnership with Parature to Offer Dedicated Customer Service, Rosetta Stone Expands Facebook Retail
Rosetta Stone Inc., a leading provider of technology-based language-learning solutions, is pioneering a new social shopping experience as the first language-learning company to launch a storefront on its Facebook(R) page. This venture will allow the company to provide social commerce to its more than 600,000 Facebook fans. Continue Reading »
Yesterday, Appcelerator and IDC’s Q4 Mobile Developer Report indicated strong developer support for the Amazon Kindle Fire. Developer support is critical, and developer enthusiasm is a catalyst, as the apps drive mobile device adoption and developers make the apps happen. Continue Reading »
Apple’s iPhone and iPad may be the hottest, most stylish gadgets out there—in fact, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has already enshrined the iPad 2 in an exhibit on industrial design. But inside, iOS devices use a programming language that’s truly antiquated. It’s called Objective-C, and it rose to prominence in the late 1980s as the language used by Steve Jobs’ NeXT to build the user interface for the company’s workstations. Continue Reading »