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  • RealCo Accelerator Startup Dauber Gets $1.1M for Trucking Tech
    By David Holley - Thursday Jun 22, 2017

    San Antonio—Dauber, a trucking-focused app maker that’s working with the San Antonio-based RealCo accelerator, has raised $1.1 million in seed funding from the startup accelerator, angel investors, and people in the trucking industry. Dauber makes an app that provides construction trucking companies with real-time analytics and data visualization capabilities. The app aims to eliminate paperwork […]

    Source: Xconomy VC, Deals, & Startups Feed
  • Super-dark short film was shot entirely in 'Grand Theft Auto V' and is way too real
    By Tina Amini - Wednesday Jun 21, 2017

    I'm all for criticizing our world view and cultural trends in 2017, but this guy takes it way too far.

    If this short film by Matt MacDonald starts off dark, it finishes even darker, proving just how thin the line can be between sane thoughts and insane ones.

    The cinematic short film was shot entirely in Grand Theft Auto V, but you can't pull this kind of feat off without using a few mods (or a few hundred). This particular film was made using OpenIV software, which has recently been involved in a legal tussle against publishers Take-Two and developers Rockstar. 

    It's certainly a threat to the creative group of modders — and to films like this — out there, though Rockstar and Take Two stand by a statement they've been sharing around saying that this particular set of modding tools interferes with the integrity of of the GTA Online experience. We'll have to wait and see how the rest of the modding community continues to be affected by these legal proceedings.  Read more...

    More about Entertainment, Gaming, Grand Theft Auto V, Rockstar, and Entertainment

    Source: Mashable!
  • Grand Theft Auto modding project folds following Take-Two’s demands
    By David Kravets - Thursday Jun 15, 2017

    Dev says Take-Two told him that modding games is “an illegal activity.”

    Source: Ars Technica
  • The latest Tesla challenger approaches the starting line, and it looks kinda sketchy
    By Brett Williams - Monday Jun 12, 2017

    There will soon be a new player in the electric car space, with a big name backing it — but the company has a lot to prove before it can legitimately threaten Tesla.  

    Renowned auto designer Henrik Fisker just released the first full-body images of his EMotion autonomous electric car, along with some new spec details, giving the world its first IRL look at the latest challenger to Tesla's reign as the top all-electric luxury vehicle on the market. 

    EMotion, which was first announced last year by Fisker's eponymous company, boasts some impressive specs and a sleek design that's sure to turn heads. The pre-release materials claim the car will be the "most advanced" electric vehicle ever made, with a proprietary lithium-ion battery that can charge for 100 miles' worth of juice in just nine minutes and provide a massive 400-mile-plus range at full power. That's at least 65 more miles than Tesla's top-level Model S 100D sedan, if you're keeping track.   Read more...

    More about Tesla, Electric Vehicles, Fisker, Tech, and Energy

    Source: Mashable!
  • This store on wheels will let you shop on demand from the comfort of your curb
    By Nikolay Nikolov - Monday Jun 19, 2017

    Think of the ice cream truck – now add AI and machine learning to create an autonomous, staffless mobile supermarket. That could be the future of retail, according to the creators of 'Moby Mart.' Read more...

    More about Retail, Artificial Intelligence, Gps, Autonomous Cars, and Research

    Source: Mashable!
  • Rockstar's cool with mods, just don't mess with their online services
    By Kellen Beck - Friday Jun 23, 2017

    The developers behind Grand Theft Auto want the world to know that they're perfectly fine with modders messing around with their games, they just want them to stick to single player while they're doing it.

    Grand Theft Auto V publisher Take-Two Interactive sent a cease and desist letter to the creator of OpenIV, a prominent GTA modding tool popularly used in GTAV's single player. The game's developer, Rockstar Games, just released a new statement clarifying that single player mods are allowed, but mods that affect multiplayer may be subject to legal action. Read more...

    More about Gaming, Rockstar Games, Grand Theft Auto, Gta Online, and Mods

    Source: Mashable!
  • Instagram adds 'paid partnership' feature, the formal alternative to #ad or #spon
    By Kerry Flynn - Wednesday Jun 14, 2017

    Listen up, Kardashian Klan and all you wannabe models and socialites shilling products on Instagram. 

    The Facebook-owned app released a tool Wednesday for disclosing sponsored content. Now, when you're getting paid to take a photo with a Volvo XC90, for example, you can include a tag at the top of the post that reads "Paid partnership with volvocarusa" — or insert whatever the Instagram account name of the sponsor is. 

    Here's what it looks like as a traditional Instagram post and as a post in an Instagram Story, featuring fashion and interior designer Aimee Song (songofstyle): Read more...

    More about Facebook, Advertising, Celebrities, Instagram, and Influencers

    Source: Mashable!
  • Mylan Offered Discounts To States If They Made It Harder For Patients To Get Alternatives
    By Ashlee Kieler - Thursday Jun 22, 2017

    Controversial pharma company Mylan offered several states participating in Medicaid purchasing pools discounts on the EpiPen if they could ensure competitors’ products weren’t readily available to patients, according to a new report that raises additional concerns that the drugmaker engaged in anti-competitive practices as it raised the price of the life-saving drug nearly 400% in just 10 years. StatNews reports…

    Source: The Consumerist