In the future everyone will be connected—everywhere, all the time—making space and time no longer an issue for physical devices, people and products.
For companies looking to expand, acquisitions may seem like a silver bullet. But most of them fail– and here’s why.
The Berlin startup, which has been quietly developing its technology duirng a bootstrapped first couple of years, has gone into closed beta while revealing funding from VCs and SoundCloud and GameForge co-founders
Good engineers are tough to come by, a fact of life for many startups. That’s why Quixey invented the Quixey Challenge, a coding puzzle for engineers that gives them a minute to fix a bug in a famous algorithm, which it uses as a recruiting tool.
Quixey, an app search engine with initial seed funding from Eric Schmidt’s Innovation Endeavors, has just announced $3.8 million in new funding. The company is trying to capitalize on the boom in apps, which is opening up opportunities not just for developers but app discovery services.
Quixey, a new start-up backed by Eric Schmidt’s Innovation Endeavors, is looking to make the app discovery process easier by allowing users to say what they’re looking to do and then using that info to generate app recommendations for multiple platforms.