Silicon Valley stories - Page 2
Research before implementation: The importance of understanding AI
Continental deepens AI research ties with global experts and UC Berkeley.
KOTRA reports opportunities for South Korean IT companies in Canada
Following complications in the U.S., Canada has been touted as the 'Second Silicon Valley' presenting a huge opportunity for Asian IT companies.
Transform your mundane car into a self-driving vehicle with Drive.ai
Self-driving vehicles may not be as far-fetched as originally anticipated with the technology being developed by Drive.ai...
Taiwan aiming to become the new 'Asia Silicon Valley'
Taiwan wants to be the hub between Asia and Silicon Valley particularly in IoT development, becoming a global centre for tech entrepreneurship.
Polycom's Jeff Rodman on starting small, innovation & success in Silicon Valley
Polycom co-founder Jeff Rodman speaks about his journey in the tech industry and the power of innovation in the age of digital transformation.
‘Silicon Valley of western China’ to gain massive investment
The Chengdu Hi-tech Zone in western China is attracting global talent with its investments and plans for technological innovation.
What the U.S election means for the tech sector
As the U.S. election looms, the tech sector braces for the impact of policies by future POTUS on innovation and growth.
SingularityU New Zealand Summit fast approaching - be prepared for the future
This event is the first of its kind in Australasia, giving participants the opportunity to delve into accelerating technologies and how we can adapt.
YOU'RE INVITED: SingularityU New Zealand Summit - Silicon Valley is coming to town
The experts from Silicon Valley are coming to town this November to get together with leaders of today and tomorrow from New Zealand and Australia.
A Silicon Valley CEO's presentation notes
Silicon Valley CEO's product launch flops; minimal changes to X-Phone mocked as most innovative design ever.
Cisco's first acquisition into the emerging container market
Cisco acquires ContainerX to enter the container market, its first acquisition in this rapidly emerging space.
$1m fund launched as Aussie tech companies win at global awards
Two Aussie tech companies have won glory at the global Talent Unleashed awards, with a $1 million startup fund also launched on the back of the awards.
Kiwi startup takes out global award; recognised by Steve Wozniak
New Zealand's oDocs has been named the global Best Startup, Social Impact in the annual Talent Unleashed Awards for technological entrepreneurship.
Announcing New Zealand’s next innovation hotspot...Christchurch?!
Christchurch blossoms into NZ's tech scene; promising to be the latest innovation hub with big names investing for a high-tech future.
Kiwi startup bringing Silicon Valley ideals to local businesses
API Talent is bringing Silicon Valley's DevOps ideologies of experimentation, failure acceptance and innovation development to local NZ businesses.
Kiwi company named APAC's Best Startup for Social Impact
New Zealand's oDocs has been named Asia Pacific's Best Startup - Social Impact in the annual Talent Unleashed awards.
Young Māori innovators head to Silicon Valley
The students, along with chaperones, have already left for the land of innovation in California and have a big adventure ahead.
Kiwi company finalist in global Talent Unleashed awards
A Kiwi social enterprise creating affordable healthcare solutions for those in need is in the spotlight as a APAC finalist in the startup awards.
Start-up awards offer one-on-one time with Apple co-founder Wozniak
NZ tech and entrepreneurial communities are being urged to jump into the limelight with this year's Talent Unleashed Awards.
Intel's legendary former CEO Andy Grove dies
Tech titan Andy Grove, Intel’s pivotal figure and former CEO, passes away at 79, leaving an indelible mark on Silicon Valley.
Silicon Valley natives to visit New Zealand
Wharf42 has announced two of Silicon Valley’s thought leaders will visit NZ to share what they know about the current tech and investment landscape.
Magic Memories, theme-park snappers, lure Silicon Valley funds with ‘R&D by M&A’ strategy
Magic Memories, which built a $50 million global business taking photographs at tourist attractions and theme parks, has sped its growth by buying.
Silicon Valley trip encourages Kiwi students to choose ICT
This year, 39 Wellington East Girls’ pupils were taken on a trip to the United States to see what the ICT sector is like.
Gartner examines the #FAIL safe way to start a tech business...
You’re a technologist, and you want to know how to start a company or a product, how to generate a division or develop a new opportunity. Get rejected: Fail.