The eight-core Nuclun application processor is LG’s first in-house effort, with a debut slated for this week in a South Korea-only handset called the G3 Screen.
Patent trolls filed nearly 200 lawsuits last Wednesday in an attempt to dodge proposed reforms brewing in Congress. Targets includes familiar names like Harry & David and Dress Barn.
More shake-ups for Fab, as the company caps off it’s move away from daily deals with the departure of a co-founder.
Fab, a New York-based commerce company backed by the likes of Andreessen Horowitz and Menlo Ventures, is going to cut about a fifth of its work force (roughly 100 people) from its various offices. Jason Goldberg, the CEO of the company, in a memo to employees wrote: “The impetus behind the decision is our plan to accelerate Fab’s path to profitability.” This is the second major set of layoffs at a company that has raised nearly $300 million from investors and is valued at $1 billion by private investors.
Fab announced Tuesday that it will be getting rid of more than 100 positions in its Berlin office as it continues restructuring the business away from flash sales and toward more of a global e-commerce home and design store.
The Fancy plans to add same-day delivery on items shipped to customers in New York City, as a way to differentiate the design-oriented e-commerce company, and to get customers to take the plunge and make a purchase.
We’ve seen a rise of e-commerce companies recently that have tackled the dual problems of discovery and boredom: They’ve made shopping a fun, emotional experience. But can they translate that to sales?
Every entrepreneur wants to create the next Twitter, and persuade consumers to create entirely new habits online. But here’s why they should focus on making it easier for them to stick to their current habits.
The recent funding announcement and user enagagement numbers from We Heart It, a site that allows you to re-post inspiring images, can tell us a lot about where the future of the visual web is headed.
With grand ambitions to become the world’s design store, Fab has raised the first part of a Series D funding round that looks to add a large flow of cash to the company’s efforts.