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Airware, A Startup That's Helping Bring Drones To The Masses, Just Raised $10.7 Million
Neuro-nerds from MIT say they can solve stress with a 'magic' watch

Jun Group Launches HyprMX To Help Mobile Publishers Manage Their Video Ads

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Video ad distribution company Jun Group has launched a new, wholly-owned subsidiary called HyprMX, offering mediation tools for mobile publishers and developers manage video ads from multiple sources. HyprMX CEO Corey Weiner said that Jun Group runs its ads through hundreds of publishers, and it found that some of those...
Jun Group Launches HyprMX To Help Mobile Publishers Manage Their Video Ads

This week's games news

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Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D | Fast & Furious: Showdown | Call Of Juarez: Gunslinger | IL-2 Sturmovik: The Ultimate Edition | Worms CollectionGames currently doing the rounds include Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D (3DS) in which Nintendo's corpulent simian mascot deals with surprisingly harsh punishment in a stereoscopic remake...
This week's games news

Is There a "Big Win" for the Payment Startups?

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Image copyright trekandshootWhen you say “PayPal,” everyone working in digital knows what you’re talking about. It’s one of the great online success stories, and one that’s even more impressive considering the challenges within the payment business. Security breaches, massive fraud vectors, state and international laws make it hard enough, and...
Is There a "Big Win" for the Payment Startups?

The Seven Needs of Real-Time Curators

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I keep hearing people throw around the word “curation” at various conferences, most recently at SXSW. The thing is most of the time when I dig into what they are saying they usually have no clue about what curation really is or how it could be applied to the...
The Seven Needs of Real-Time Curators

Startup Spotlight: Turn a day at the slopes into a memorable clip show with Highlight Hunter

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Highlight Hunter founder Noah Spitzer-Williams If you’re an outdoor adventurer who shoots video while skiing, snowboarding or mountain biking, Highlight Hunter might just save you a few hours when you get back in front of your computer. And that means you can devote even more time to your favorite...
Startup Spotlight: Turn a day at the slopes into a memorable clip show with Highlight Hunter
Steve Ballmer makes case for total Windows domination

Meet The Future Of 3D Printing

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3D printing is a process by which a machine shapes plastic into an object by laying down plastic one layer at a time. The potential here is huge - any object you can design using computer software can come to life in the real world as a physical object. A...
Meet The Future Of 3D Printing

Cairn Trust – Small business, big idea

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Planning ahead for a family member with a disability, mental illness or dementia can be daunting. That's where the Cairn Trust comes inName Cairn Trust ManagementFounders Nicola Smith and Sophie DobsonCompany started April 2010Number of employees 2Based GlasgowWhat's the big idea?Helping people set up a trust during their lifetime or...
Cairn Trust – Small business, big idea

Organic Startup Ideas

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There’s nothing more valuable than an unmet need that is just becoming fixable. If you find something broken that you can fix for a lot of people, you’ve found a gold mine. As with an actual gold mine, you still have to work hard to get the gold out...
Organic Startup Ideas
Eventbrite Launches iPad Credit-Card Reader At The Door: A Lost Opportunity For Square?

iRhythm raises $16M for wearable cardiac monitoring patch

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A wearable patch that can monitor a patient’s heart activity for two weeks straight has won a $16 million investment. iRhythm, a startup spun out of Stanford’s biodesign program, plans to announce on Wednesday that it has raised a Series D round that brings its total amount raised to $68...
iRhythm raises $16M for wearable cardiac monitoring patch
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