Team, a passionate founder, technology, and more – what does it take to get Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin’s attention? At the end of the day, if you’re not willing to crawl through glass to get your business to be successful, you shouldn’t be doing it, says Saverin.
With just days to go until fresh US sanctions are imposed on Tehran, many Western governments are working with China and Russia to find ways to protect their trade and investment ties with the Islamic Republic
Bloomberg’s Mark Bergen and Mark Gurman have a juicy scoop on Google’s secretive Fuchsia OS project, which we’ve been hearing about for the past couple of years. The company is reportedly working to flesh out the platform to eventually run on a wide range of devices, and perhaps even replace Android on Google-branded hardware someday. The project now has more than 100 engineers on board, as well as Matias Duarte, the brains behind Google’s Material Design language for the Android interface. Unlike Android, which presently only powers phones and tablets, Fuchsia OS is being designed to run on a larger… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Android,Google