Top Picks

Latest

December 7, 2018
A Workable Solution for SME Recruitment

The US job market is seeing increased job-hopping, stable unemployment levels and the pressure on recruiters to increase wages. Job seekers and employers seem to be more active than they have been in over a decade. However, companies’ hiring practices are changing. AI is being used across the recruitment cycle from targeting to filtering to scheduling and predictive analytics. […]

December 6, 2018
For Days – Sustainable Clothing that Recycles Itself

Textile waste isn’t something you normally think about. But according to the Environmental Protection Agency, you should. The U.S. produces about 15 million tons of textile waste per year, with each American throwing out an average of 80 lbs. of used clothing. The answer, as far as Kristy Caylor saw it, was recycling. So she […]

December 5, 2018
Kin Insurance Secures Homes in ‘High-Hurricane-Risk’ Georgia

For those living in natural disaster-prone areas, home insurance is but a necessity. This is why, in October 2018, the Chicago-based insurtech startup Kin Insurance decided to extend its reach to Georgia (beyond its Florida operations). The AI-powered insurance firm makes it possible for residents of this state, regularly plagued by havoc-causing storms and floods, […]

December 4, 2018
Genies Digital Clones Are A Tough Competition For Bitmoji

Venice, California-based Genies, whose app allows users to build a 3D cartoon of themselves, has raised a $10M venture round in November. After its beta launch early this year (1 million downloads), Genies has now launched its reformed app which claims to use its “proprietary technology” to ensure that your digital selves mirror not just […]

Browse Category

3D Printing
3D Printing
Agtech
AI
AI
AI
Animation
Automation
Big Data
Big Data
Blockchain
Blockchain
Blockchain
Communications
Construction
Consumer data
CRM
CRM
Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity
Data Analytics
Data Analytics
Deep South
Digital Marketing
Digital Marketing
Digital Marketing
East Coast
Ecommerce
Edtech
Edtech
Edtech
Elections
Energy
Energy
Energy
Enterprise Applications
Enterprise Applications
Entertainment
Entertainment
Fashion
Fashion
Fintech
Fintech
Foodtech
Foodtech
Foodtech
Furniture
Furniture
Govtech
Home Tech
Information Services
Legal Tech
Legal Tech
Legal Tech
Lifestyle
Lifestyle
Lifestyle
Marketing
Media
Media
Medtech
Medtech
Medtech
Mid West
Parenting
Parenting
Parenting
Professional Networking
Propulsion
Recycling
Regulatory Tech
Retail
Search Engine
Services
Social Media
Social Media
Social Media
Sports
Sports
Surveillance
Transportation
Transportation
Transportation
Trivia
VR
West Coast
Wine
Wine

Recent

December 3, 2018
VICIS – The Next Generation of Football Helmets

24-year-old NFL linebacker Joshua Perry announced his retirement in July this year after having suffered his 6th documented concussion. This follows a season marked by a record high number of concussions incidents. Perry’s early retirement is the most recent among a series of early retirements citing mental health concerns. As football’s concussion crisis intensifies, the […]

November 30, 2018
Shyft – An App to Help Workers Swap Shifts

Rescheduling shifts is not just a waste of time—it’s a waste of money too. That’s what Brett Patrontasch saw when he opened up a small house painting company, and it was a problem he wanted to solve. Coordinating schedules and shift swapping was taking up time, not to mention energy. The answer was simple: Employees needed […]

November 29, 2018
Place your bets on Besst, a new betting site sans the money

It’s a safe bet to say that if you’re older than 25, Besst will make you feel very old. Besst, created by two college students, Spencer Gordon-Sand and Linda Chen, is a new betting app that seeks to give you all the exhilaration of betting, but on your “social standing” instead of actual money. Their website, besst.io, […]

November 28, 2018
Opternative – Pioneering Online Vision Tests

Glasses and contact lens prescriptions are generally valid for one to two years depending on the state while the federal Fairness to Contact Lens Consumer’s Act has set one year as the expiration. This means that to get a new pair of glasses or lenses beyond that one year, users will have to get another […]

November 27, 2018
Blink Identity – Facial recognition system’s new application

Austin-based Blink Identity, which uses advanced facial recognition technology to identify people regardless of the speed they’re walking in, raised a $1.5M seed round in July led by Sinai Ventures, Live Nation and Techstars. Previously in May, the startup partnered with Live Nation, the parent company of a ticket sales and distribution company, Ticketmaster to […]

November 26, 2018
Maven – Online Clinic of the Women, by the Women and for the Women

As Beyonce loosely put it, we know who runs the world – girls (read: women). In the case of healthcare-related issues too, women are the ones who make most [80%] decisions for themselves and their families. Yet, the healthcare industry’s C-suite is still grossly underrepresented by women. Hence ‘women’s issues’ such as menstruation, contraception, infertility, […]

Enterprise Applications
A Workable Solution for SME Recruitment
Tittiksha Dey
Fashion
For Days – Sustainable Clothing that Recycles Itself
Michaela Cross
Fintech
Kin Insurance Secures Homes in ‘High-Hurricane-Risk’ Georgia
Pooja Pillai
Animation
Genies Digital Clones Are A Tough Competition For Bitmoji
Apekshita Varshney
Sports
VICIS – The Next Generation of Football Helmets
Bhargav Dhakappa
Big Data
Shyft – An App to Help Workers Swap Shifts
Michaela Cross
Lifestyle
Place your bets on Besst, a new betting site sans the money
Sharanya Gopinathan
Medtech
Opternative – Pioneering Online Vision Tests
Bhargav Dhakappa
AI
Blink Identity – Facial recognition system’s new application
Apekshita Varshney
1 2 3 17