Dropbox’s Business Bid; Online Personality Detection; and more [Weekly Mobile Newsletter]

May 18, 2015

Weekly Mobile Newsletter



How Dropbox Plans to Compete with Microsoft, Google, and IBM: Simplicity

Dropbox, the provider of online data storage, is adding productivity features as it wades into the corporate market dominated by Microsoft and Google.




Startup Crystal Says E-Mail Isn’t Dead, It Just Needs to Be Smarter

Startup Crystal claims it can help you write better e-mails by mining recipients’ online data for clues to their personality.






Biz Stone Is Back (Again)

The Twitter cofounder talks about his latest social app, Super, and why it looks like technicolor pop art.




Chips With Deep Learning Built In Will Make Phones, Cars, Cameras, and Robots Smarter

Many gadgets will be able to understand images and video thanks to chips designed to run powerful artificial-intelligence algorithms.




Seven Must-Read Stories (Week Ending May 16, 2015)

Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.




Recommended from Around the Web (Week Ending May 16, 2015)

A roundup of the most interesting stories from other sites, collected by the staff at MIT Technology Review.




Why Uber Wants Here

Nokia’s ambitious mapping project, Here, could be useful to self-driving vehicles.


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