It's no secret that Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers has been restructuring its partnership, with some partners leaving and others transitioning to new roles within the firm. Today, the firm announced that General Partner Bing Gordon, who was the former Chief Creative Officer at EA, will become the firm's chief product officer, leading KPCB ProductWorks, a program that provides entrepreneurs the intensive mentoring, recruiting and technical assistance needed to create consumer, enterprise and digital health products and services.
Here's a fresh and eyecatching style from an anonymous contributor, in the shape of a carefully crafted crown of short pubes.
It's quite a distinctive shape, reminiscent of an Up-Arrow style, but lower, and with a curved underside. The picture on the left shows a more pointy version - like the arch of a classical Thai roof, while the one on the right is more curved, like a graceful Gothic arch.
Today, Viber is launching a new feature called Viber Out to its entire user base.
See, Viber Out lets Viber users make calls to people who don't have the Viber app, effectively mimicking a Skype Out feature by charging a low per-minute rate to mobile or landline numbers.
According to Viber, the prices are generally lower than Skype.
About a month ago, Viber…
Throw the mic in the air like you just don't care.
Catchbox is a new throwable microphone designed to liven up audience participation, and in turn reduce the faffing around that seems to occur whenever a conference turns to questions from the audience.
The brightly coloured padded cube houses a wireless microphone that doesn't mind being tossed across a room or passed from person-to-person crowd surfing-style.
Chances are you've got a screen in your pocket and a screen in your living room, and as time goes on more and more companies are trying to find ways to make the two play nice together. The latest entrant in the field is a Chicago-based startup called AirCast Mobile is taking a stab at bringing the phone-television content gap with an app called…
Georgia Benjamin is an independent film maker and Skype’s Film Brand Ambassador. We asked her to explain to us a little bit about how Skype helps her in the film-making process and how it can help budding film-makers build their careers.
I’ve used Skype for a long time—not only to stay in contact with friends (especially those out of the country), but also as a great tool to help build my film career.
TinyCo and 20th Century Fox are announcing today that Family Guy is going to become a mobile game. That should make the millions of fans who watch the Fox television show happy as mobile is becoming a big platform for favorite mainstream brands.
The success of the mobile game hit The Simpsons: Tapped Out, created by Electronic Arts for Fox Digital Entertainment (part of the Rupert Murdoch News Corp.