Bugsnag snares $9 million Series B, now gives you a software stability score

Bugsnag, the cloud service that helps developers find bugs inside their software, announced a $9 million Series B today. They also released a new version of their dashboard that features a stability score than can give customers an unbiased grade of the current stability of their software. Let’s look at the funding first. Investors included first-timer GV (formerly Google Ventures)… Read More

CES 2018 recap: Day one

The CES show floor officially opened yesterday, and suffice to say Team Engadget was kept very busy. As the day began, we divided our time between all the big booths (think: Sony, Samsung, Intel, LG, etc.). But, we also had to leave the Las Vegas Con...

At Last, EARTH Token: Generating Wealth While Supporting Environmental Sustainability!

The EARTH Token ICO is in full swing with only days to go at Stage 1 – 20% Bonus Tokens offer rate. EARTH Token and the Natural Asset Exchange are set to revolutionize the multi-billion Dollar trade in Natural Assets. Stage 1 of the EARTH Token ICO sale only has days to go. The ongoing current Stage 1 – 20% Bonus Tokens levels, offering 20% bonus tokens as the name states will end on Monday 15th January 2018 12:00 GMT. The end of 2017 saw a rise in the price of Bitcoin and Ethereum which was accompanied by a general lull in ICO Token sales from their October record levels, but confidence and interest in EARTH Token has not wavered, with Millions of EARTH Tokens already been snapped up. 1 ETH buys you 4,000 EARTH Tokens and for the next few days, you can still claim another 800 Bonus tokens at the current 20% Bonus stage. Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity! “The EARTH Token team is thrilled with the results we are seeing so far, and we still have just over 2 months of the token sale to go, but of course not at the current 20% bonus levels. We want to make sure that everyone that is interested in buying EARTH Tokens is aware of the current 20% bonus offer so they don’t miss out on the extra tokens” – Allan Saunders – Product Management & Marketing Director, impactChoice The EARTH Token project will bring to life the Natural Asset Exchange (NAE) which is set to revolutionize the trade in carbon mitigation products, environmental sustainability products, and other natural assets. The goal is to establish a global Natural Asset Marketplace that removes current barriers to participation in activities that preserve our Environment while providing all stakeholders with tangible assets that appreciate in value as the market matures and grows. A Proof of Concept (POC) video of the Natural Asset Exchange will be available in early February and a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) released in mid-March. The initial launch of the NAE is slated for mid-April, at the World Travel Market Africa event in Cape Town, South Africa. A number of inaugural natural asset supply partners are also already lined up to begin trading at the launch of the NAE. These include existing companies and organizations such as Kariba REDD+ and Black Rhino Reserve Wildlife Trust and a host of new and exciting Waste-to-Energy projects and partners which will be announced in the coming weeks. On the demand side of the equation, in addition to our existing customers, we recently released details of a deal with Cummings Inc. and have a number of interesting projects in the pipeline, such as a South African brewery that wishes to become climate neutral via the NAE and EARTH Token. All interested parties can visit the official earth-token.com and make their purchase before the Stage 1 – 20% Bonus tokens cut off time which is Monday 15th January 2018 12:00 GMT. The post At Last, EARTH Token: Generating Wealth While Supporting Environmental Sustainability! appeared first on NewsBTC.

NVIDIA updates video drivers to help address CPU memory security (updated)

It's not just your processor and operating system that need patches for the Meltdown and Spectre memory vulnerabilities -- your graphics card does, too. To that end, NVIDIA has started releasing updated drivers that help protect against the CPU vulne...

NVIDIA GPUs weren’t immune to Spectre security flaws either

It's not just your processor and operating system that are affected by the Meltdown and Spectre memory vulnerabilities -- your graphics card is, too. To that end, NVIDIA has detailed how its GPUs are affected by the speculative execution attacks and...

Dell breaks down its new XPS laptops and jewelry debut

Dell's new XPS 13 and XPS 15 laptops are promising additions to a popular series, but the company has continued to place the system's webcams below the screen, making for awkwardly angled Skype calls. The company's marketing director of the XPS produ...

CabinR’s travel bags keep thieves away with an annoying alarm

Not everyone is good at keeping tracks of their personal belongings, like a backpack or a messenger bag. So CabinR, a startup based out of Hong Kong, wants to help those of you who go through that feel safer when you travel. The company has created t...

Sony’s $30,000 4K short-throw projector hides powerful sound

We've been eying Sony's short-throw projectors for the past few years, but they've always been too obscenely expensive to really take seriously. Well, that's not changing this year. In fact, the new LSPX-A1 is actually more expensive than last year's...

Waze’s crowd-sourced traffic info comes to Ford Sync 3 cars

In 2016, Ford wisely decided to offer Apple's CarPlay and Android Auto on all its Sync 3 infotainment system-equipped 2017 vehicles, and owners are seeing more benefits from that at CES 2018. Ford announced that it now supports Waze's traffic and nav...

Brilliant turns your light switches into connected-home hubs

Brilliant plugs directly into your home's existing light switch ports and it controls a slew of smart home devices, including lights, the Ring doorbell, Nest thermostat, Sonos speakers, Amazon Alexa and more. This is a control panel built for everyda...