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Here's why Samsung could dominate the smart home

This story was delivered to BI Intelligence IoT Briefing subscribers hours before it appeared on Business Insider. To be the first to know, please click here. South Korean electronics company Samsung detailed a number of ways it aims...Show More Summary

Ripple turns investor as execs lead $25M round for storage and rental startup Omni

Earlier this month, I wrote that crypto companies are going to become investors in 2018. I didn’t quite imagine that happening as quickly as mid-January, but here we are. Ripple, the fintech startup behind the controversial XRP token...Show More Summary

BMW acquires Parkmobile parking app to help tackle city traffic

BMW has acquired Parkmobile, an app that provides guidance and services for those looking for parking in North America, including on-street and garage parking payments and spot reservation. BMW Group had already held a minority investment...Show More Summary

Nuzzel, the news monitoring app that 'fixed' Twitter, is turning into an enterprise product and will start charging subscriptions

Nuzzel, the addictive news-reading app, is launching a search-based news-monitoring service for professionals. Nuzzel Media Monitoring will charge $50 a month. The pivot comes after Nuzzel failed to become a mass-market product withShow More Summary

Amazon, Dell, and 23 more companies that will let you work from anywhere

• In 2016, about 43% percent of Americans worked from home at least once and a while, according to Gallup. • FlexJobs recently released a list of the best companies when it comes to telecommuting. • The companies are from a range ofShow More Summary

An abridged but definitely impactful history of narrative video games

From The Dig to Pillars of Eternity, gaming does something no other pop culture medium can.

Contraceptive app Natural Cycles is under investigation over unwanted pregnancies

Natural Cycles is a popular contraceptive app which tells women which days they can have unprotected sex by tracking their temperature. The app is under fire in Sweden after a hospital reported 37 women who had been using the app toShow More Summary

MORGAN STANLEY: Here are the 6 internet stocks to bet on in 2018

Technology stocks have been a beacon of strength in the stock market for much of the 8 1/2-year equity bull market, and a big driver has been internet companies. Morgan Stanley has picked six internet stocks that it says will make good...Show More Summary

Airbnb's new 'Pay Less Up Front' option allows you to spread out the cost of your booking — here's how it works

Airbnb has introduced a new payment option called "Pay Less Up Front." It allows guests to pay for part of their trip at the time of booking and the rest closer to the check-in date. To qualify, the total stay must be $250 (£181) orShow More Summary

Spectacular light pillars rise up in frozen North America

The same cold weather that has caused frozen sharks to wash up on the US East Coast has given us a light show more often seen in polar regions

The top 10 cryptocurrencies are all plunging in a big sell-off

The 10 biggest cryptocurrencies by market capitalisation are falling on Tuesday morning. Declining Japanese and South Korean trading volumes blamed for spooking the market. Cryptocurrencies surged in 2017 but have been marked by volatility...Show More Summary

10 things in tech you need to know today (GOOG, AAPL, SFTBY, FB)

Good morning! Here is the tech news you need to know this Tuesday. 1. Messaging app Telegram is planning to raise $1.2 billion (£870 million) in its initial coin offering, starting with a $600 million (£435 million) pre-sale. Company documents have shown it's also planning to rival Ethereum with its Telegram Open Network platform. 2. Show More Summary

AngelList launches Syndicates in India

AngelList has expanded its syndicates program to India in the latest overseas move for the US crowdfunding platform. The launch comes some 18 months after we reported that AngelList had hired Utsav Somani to launch the service and develop its business generally in India, where it also offers its hiring product. Show More Summary

A frequent traveller asks every hotel he stays in for a ‘unique drawing of Godzilla’ upon arrival — and it proves what you can get away with if you just ask

Patrick Feary, communications strategist for Hotelchamp, makes a bizarre request at every hotel he stays at. He asks that there be a "hand-drawn Godzilla" in the room when he arrives. Three hotels have obliged so far, proving what you...Show More Summary

Startup events platform acquired by digital marketing firm MVF, an online platform and events organizer for startups, announced today that it has been acquired by digital marketing firm MVF. The deal’s terms were undisclosed. Read More

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