Robots are moving in to our homes, but there’s no killer app

Not too long ago, robots were giant, caged things, mainly found in automotive manufacturing lines. Social robotics was a new field of research pursued by the best and brightest in university research labs.   The robots we’ve known so far. Wolfgang Rattay/Reuters   In the past few years, however, it … Read More

How Startups Can Run Better Landing Page Tests

This article first appeared on Xconomy.com. In today’s fast-changing world, new product teams are constantly pushed to do more faster. They need to run fast to keep up with rapidly changing market conditions. Oftentimes it means making decisions about what to invest in with very little information. How can teams … Read More

Innovating In A World Of Patent Lawsuits

This article first appeared on TechCrunch.com. This fall, Apple once again won the dubious honor of dominating the conversation on patent infringement. First, it lost a ruling in Germany’s top civil court over the slide-to-unlock feature, backing an earlier ruling in favor of Motorola Mobility. As expected, Apple is appealing the ruling. Then, … Read More

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