Technology brought the world smartphones, smartwatches, smartglasses, and other “smart” technology. Smart-homes has been around since the 80s, but the ones who can afford it were the tech-savvy elite. Smart-homes are only becoming a more affordable and possible technology many people. ALYT looks to be the affordable option for the everyday user.
We recently sat down with Luc Berlin, co-founder of Miigle, a SoCal startup that has an aggressive global mission to bring entrepreneurs together from around the world. We first interviewed Luc in 2012, just as he was launching the prototype for Miigle. We followed up with Luc to see just how he’s been managing the entrepreneurial waters. On the day of Miigle’s public launch, we chatted about developing his team, lessons learned, and how World Cup soccer fits into his vision.
E3 brings out developers to show off their future games to the masses. One of the biggest events in the gaming industry, E3 sets out to give gamer’s a look into some exclusively announced games and a preview of what the future has in store for the industry. Techzulu presents a quick first look into a few games coming out in the near future.
Whether you know it or not, you’re in the data business. As our lives continue to migrate to the Internet – combined with 5 billion mobile phones by 2017 – we’re producing a constant stream of digital exhaust. In fact, 90% of the world’s stored data has been produced within the last two years, and this data footprint continues to double each year. The result is a rapid expansion of data, and we’re witnessing the “Big Bang of the dataverse,” which is truly the next new frontier.
Silicon Beach has been known in part for fostering and revolutionizing high revenue generating e-commerce startups. These companies focus on bringing the best selection and new experiences to customers. Some provide subscription based services offering designer shoes or low-cost razors, but is there a market for closeout or clearance products? Clearance.co and team are providing that there is.
Malibu and Beverly Hills have long been hot neighborhoods for entertainment execs. But the tech culture of Los Angeles is shifting real estate’s center of gravity. As the line blurs between tech and entertainment, and as Silicon Valley seeks synergy with L.A.’s creative talent pool, Silicon Beach is the new center for both homes and headquarters.