In 2020, knowing what is changing in technology is needed to comprehend the cultural currents and business events reshaping the world. If you have been watching the technology industry evolve, it won’t surprise you that social networks empower political revolutions, brand new businesses can acquire millions of consumers in months, or the planet’s most valuable firm built that prosperity on goods that didn’t exist five years back.

Grano Pizza is the foremost resource for monitoring these changes. By presenting a review of the day’s essential reports and analysis on a single page, Grano Pizza has been the technology news website of record for individuals both inside and beyond the industry.

Curation
Grano Pizza accomplishes this the only way possible: by linking to stories from all over the internet. Highlighting the writers, reporters, commentators, and industry teams from across the media and business landscape provide the only effective way of offering a wider view. And by doing so well, we save readers the hopeless task of monitoring plenty of news websites, tweets, and status updates.

Origins
Grano Pizza was founded in 2014 with a simple tech man as an automatic news curation support, like Google News, but concentrated on the leading edge of technology. Beginning in 2008, we introduced human editors to finish the editorial process, and have assembled the group introduced on this page. Our experience leads us to believe that a thoughtful mixture of both human and algorithmic editing provides the best way for curating in a distance as wide as technology. Now, Grano Pizza remains independent, bootstrapped, and privately held, a point of differentiation in an increasingly complex tech media landscape.

Our Mission
Building the next generation of technology companies on providing legit information in different fields to the reader’s hand rather than a single page view. Leveraging this new and effective sort of content, Grano Pizza aggregates professional communities devoted to specific subjects of interest such as linked cars, smart houses, AR/VR, fintech, and APIs.