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  1. Delaware startups to pitch for a prize at Friday luncheon

    Delawareonline.com - Wilmington - 09.20 / 15:35 delawareonline.com
    The Emerging Enterprise Center in Wilmington is hosting a live pitch event where three finalists in the startup community will pitch for a…
  2. PeerStreet Named One of the Top Ten Startups to Work For in Los Angeles

    Crowdfundinsider.com - Business 09.20 / 15:31 crowdfundinsider.com
    Real estate crowdfunding platform PeerStreet announced on Tuesday it was named one of the Top Ten Startups to Work For in Los Angeles. The list was created by Zippia, an online startup career platform. The funding portal revealed in a blog post: “We were proud to be... Read More The post PeerStreet Named One of the Top Ten Startups to Work For in Los Angeles appeared first on Crowdfund I…
  3. Facial Recognition Startups Report Increased Interest in Their Tech After Apple's Reveal of Face ID

    Macrumors.com - Gadgets 09.20 / 14:27 macrumors.com
    With the upcoming launch of the iPhone X in November, Apple is preparing to debut an all-new biometric security feature called "Face ID." By using half a dozen front-facing sensors and an enhanced camera system, the iPhone X will be able to project more than 30,000 invisible dots onto your face, create a precise map of what it sees, and remember it so that all you have to do to unlock the iPhone X is look at it with your eyes open, and swipe up on the Lock Screen. Although it's yet…
  4. You Won't Get It The First Time: Resilience Tips for Startup Founders

    Startupgrind.com - Companies 09.20 / 13:14 startupgrind.com
    Failed once, twice, or more than you care to admit? Take comfort in the thought that you are in good company. The publicized lives of top entrepreneurs like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Richard Branson give us glimpses of them making major mistakes. There are also many distilled, or summarized, versions of how they bounced back. These are where your silver lining lies.Jobs made a triumphant comeback. Gates only gets better — and richer. Branson lives as a legend. Like these guys, you have t…
  5. Startup Boost Applications Now Open

    Michipreneur.com - Technology 09.20 / 12:47 michipreneur.com
    Detroit was chosen as one of a handful of cities to host the global pre-accelerator Startup Boost. The free six week mentorship program is open for applications now through September 26th. Each week startups will participate in pitch practices and meet with mentors and investors in order to prepare for funding. “The program has already […
  6. Schwarzenegger-backed startup takes on Tesla with new battery tech

    Inhabitat.com - Lifestyle 09.20 / 12:45 inhabitat.com
      Tesla may be the best-known electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer, but its grip on the industry isn't guaranteed. The Elon Musk-founded company has plenty of competition, including the Austrian startup Kreisel Electric GmbH. Having experienced sweeping success in the past two years, Kreisel — which was founded by three brothers — is moving into a $12 million research center and battery assembly facility where it will test new battery technology.    For years, Kreisel Electric…
  7. Cloud computing startup looks for buyer following bankruptcy filing

    Businessden.com - Business 09.20 / 11:32 businessden.com
    A company owned by Boulder private equity has reached an agreement to sell most of its business to Wyoming-based Green House Data in a $1.9 million deal The post Cloud computing startup looks for buyer following bankruptcy filing appeared first on…
  8. Health-tech startups get accelerator class to speed ideas and solutions to healthcare marketplace

    News-medical.net -Health 09.20 / 11:29 www.news-medical.net
    Cedars-Sinai today launched its third health-tech accelerator class with 10 startups whose innovative technologies aim to transform the delivery and quality of…
  9. Microsoft backed startup makes big data claims

    Tnooz.com - Travel 09.20 / 10:58 tnooz.com
    Helping big brands achieve a single view of the customer is a challenge that many have tried and failed. Now Amperity, a…
  10. Guangzhou, China's Emerging Innovation and Startup Center Drawing the World's Attention

    Prnewswire.com - Finance 09.20 / 09:53 prnewswire.com
    GUANGZHOU, China, Sept. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- As China is accelerating the pace of the renewed technology and industry amid increasing globalization, Guangzhou, south China's biggest city and the trail blazer to reform and open up, is facilitating the development of emerging industries as the…
  11. Buckle up! Startup Boost to accelerate 100 start-ups in six cities worldwide

    Siliconrepublic.com - Gadgets 09.20 / 08:34 siliconrepublic.com
    Brace yourselves as much needed pre-accelerator gets ready to hit the ‘go’ button. The post Buckle up! Startup Boost to accelerate 100 start-ups in six cities worldwide appeared first on Silicon Rep…
  12. Trigaux: How Moffitt Cancer's M2Gen startup won $75 million from Hearst

    Tbo.com - Tampa Bay area 09.20 / 07:00 tbo.com
    TAMPA — A Moffitt Cancer Center spin-off that's building a massive genetic data base of individual patient cancer information just caught the attention of a deep-pocketed health care investor. Today, Hearst — a name once known for newspapers but who is now a powerful player in…
  13. Trigaux: How Moffitt Cancer's M2Gen startup won $75 million from Hearst

    Colleges.tampabay.com - Florida (FL) 09.20 / 04:23 colleges.tampabay.com
    TAMPA — A Moffitt Cancer Center spin-off that's building a massive genetic data base of individual patient cancer information just caught the attention of a deep-pocketed health care…
  14. Chibinendo Art: A Reliable Art Startup launches Indiegogo Campaign!

    Now Seeking Community Support via Indiegogo, Chibinendo Art is an Exceptional Startup that will make Creativity Affordable and Your Place Unique! Chibinendo Art is an aspiring sculpture start-up that…
  15. 11 New Startups Join Techstars Mobility Detroit

    Michipreneur.com - Technology 09.20 / 03:05 michipreneur.com
    The third class of Detroit’s Techstars Mobility was announced last week, welcoming a total of eleven new companies to Downtown Detroit. Techstars Mobility brings entrepreneurs from all around the world to Detroit to work on a concept that innovates the way that goods and people are transported around the world. The program has a wide…
  16. Startup Pi Out to Slice the Charging Cord

    Soylentnews.org - Technology 09.19 / 23:22 soylentnews.org
    Phoenix666 writes:Silicon Valley youngster Pi on Monday claimed it had developed the world's first wireless charger that does away with cords or mats to charge devices.Pi chargers, about the size of a small table vase, operate on standard charging technology used in Apple or Android smartphones designed to be powered up wirelessly.But instead of cords or mats, the conical creation charges smartphones with magnetic waves.Magnetic fields are an ideal way to safely send energy to portable…
  17. The 'Wide Eyes' Test: How Kevin Durant Invests in Startups

    Inc.com - Business 09.19 / 22:11 inc.com
    Kevin Durant gave the Disrupt audience an inside look into his investing methods and experience so far with tech…
  18. Startup teaching boat to become self-navigating

    DetroitNews-Auto 09.19 / 21:28 detroitnews.com
    Autonomous maritime vehicles are hitting the waters with increased…
  19. Cedars-Sinai Healthcare Accelerator Unveils Third Class of 10 Digital Health Startups

    Hitconsultant.net - Technology 09.19 / 19:33 hitconsultant.net
    Techstars Healthcare Accelerator, in partnership with Cedars-Sinai, today announced the 10 digital health startups selected to participate in its third class. From artificial intelligence to new devices and disruptive services, these innovative healthcare-focused startups are working to transform health and healthcare delivery as part of the Los Angeles-based accelerator program. The three-month accelerator will offer ... Read…
  20. Seattle startup 98point6 raises $19.5 million to create virtual health clinic

    O.seattletimes.com - Business 09.19 / 19:09 o.seattletimes.com
    The company, which was founded last year, has been working on a system that allows people to chat with primary care doctors over a mobile app or website and address common health…