Why do you blog? You want your content to be discovered and read by as many people as possible, right?
But often your reach is limited. You’re limited by the size of your existing audience.
Every day, people are bombarded with more content than they will ever have time to read. Most people are both incredibly busy and have the attention span of a goldfish (guilty on both counts!).
So how do you make your content go further and make sure lots of people read your stuff?
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Southeast Asia’s Grab, a ridesharing rival to Uber, has welcomed a new backer after Honda announced a strategic, undisclosed investment in the company today.
Grab raised a $750 million round led by SoftBank at a valuation of $3 billion in September, yet still it is adding more backers. This deal is an extension of that huge Series F round, and it is the second of its kind this month for Grab following an undisclosed investment from financial services firm Tokyo Century. While Honda is a major name to add to Grab’s investor list, it isn’t immediately clear how the companies will work together going forward, although we know it will initially focus on [...]
Taking a quick break from vacation to get back up to speed with the mobile world.
I’ve used my fair share of smartwatches over the past few years, starting with Pebbles, then picking up with Android Wear and watching Samsung figure out its wearable strategy with the each iteration of the Gear line. In that time I’ve also spent plenty of time with fitness bands on my wrist, which in the past year have turned into mini smartwatches in their own right. Smartwatches have evolved quite a bit, but one thing has remained the same: sales are low, and no company seems to be able to consistently ship them in considerable [...]
Amazon is rolling out a new tool for users of its Amazon Web Services that will allow them to essentially use just as much GPU power as necessary without using up a full cluster on Amazon’s EC2 instance types.
That means companies can tap into just a sliver of GPU power, or a larger amount, on demand as they need it and pay for that amount. GPUs can run a ton of tasks in parallel and have a lot of advantages in certain compute situations, like rendering games. But some lightweight processes don’t necessarily require a full GPU cluster, which running for a company — especially a smaller one — might become prohibitively expensive very quickly. The new product, introduced [...]