Faulty AI Hardware Startups Struggle Despite Huge Investments

Hardware start-ups are facing challenges despite initial interest in their AI products. Humane's $700 AI Pin wearable device has been criticized for underperformance, with CEO Bethany Bongiorno promising improvements. Similarly, the $200 Rabbit R1 device has been labeled “underwhelming” and “unreliable.” These companies often over-rely on chatbot excitement without addressing hardware issues. Competing against big tech, start-ups like Limitless AI, Iyo, and Terra must focus on brand reputation, manage ambitions, and consider cost-efficient manufacturing options to succeed.

Google Is Doing What They Can to Make Up For Their Past Actions

Google was under fire for a while about former employees coming forward with the discriminations they faced working there. But the unveiling of discriminations did not stop there. Other employees continue to come forward and the DOL’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs has taken


What’s Happening With Google Employees & Their New Minority Union?

On January 4, a handful of Google employees and contractors announced that they are forming a union. Typically when unionization comes to mind, better compensation and working environments become associated with the movement. However, big-tech companies, Google included, pays their employees on average six figures.


Google Buys Fitbit for $2.1 Billion, But What Does It Want With It?

On January 14th, Google officially acquired Fitbit for $2.1 billion. But what the heck does Google want with Fitbit? Google’s purchase of Fitbit comes with established smart tech manufacturers, 29 million active users, and proprietary health tracking algorithms. Founded in 2007, Fitbit quickly became the


Government Google Antitrust Lawsuit Could Change The Way You Search

Ask yourself this: How often do you rely on Google? Between Docs, Gmail, and Search, busy entrepreneurs regularly rely on the Google ecosystem. But a wide range of antitrust lawsuits threatens to change the way we work and, more importantly, the way we access information.


Google Is Under Fire With Recent Reports of Discrimination

Google. We all know this large tech company that, over the years, has completely implemented itself into our daily lives. From using their search engine to using their products, Google is one of the most popular large corporations in the world—no one can deny that.


Google Is Trying To Create A Trigger-Free Environment For You

There are tons of things on the internet and on social media that can be triggering for millions of people. From ads on your social feeds to just Aunt Karen posting on Facebook about controversial topics, it can all blend into one another and make


3 Best Online Marketing Tools To Strengthen Your SEO

Choosing a compatible eCommerce platform is pivotal to the success of an emerging business. But after you have built your site and kicked off your online store, how do you go about grabbing the attention of prospective customers and turning their heads in your direction.


DOJ Files An Anti-Trust Lawsuit Against Google

The ways in which Google has influence in our daily lives cannot be underestimated. Google is no longer just a search engine. To name a few, Google Maps, Google Hangouts, Google Calendar, YouTube, Gmail, Google Chrome, Android, Chrome Books, Nest and Google Wallet are platforms

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