• Hurry! You Have Just 24 Hours To Apply To The Startup Battlefield

    Hurry! You Have Just 24 Hours To Apply To The Startup Battlefield

    Sorry, procrastinators, but the application window for the Startup Battlefield at Disrupt SF 2015 is now closed. As always, we’ve been blown away by all of the startups vying for a spot at the coveted competition, and we’ve got a lot of work cut out for us as we sift through the impressive batch of applications. Read More

  • Rooomy Lets You Decorate Your Room in 3D

    Rooomy Lets You Decorate Your Room in 3D

    Launching today, Rooomy is an iPad app which lets you turn 2D images of a room into a 3D space. You can also decorate these 3D rooms with over 500 pieces of virtual 3D furniture from popular brands like Design Within Reach and All Modern. Built by Loft-NedSense, a European company listed on the NYSE Euronext, the app is mainly designed to be as a virtual staging solution for the real… Read More

  • Blogging Site Medium Rolls Out Password-Free Email Logins

    Blogging Site Medium Rolls Out Password-Free Email Logins

    Online blogging platform Medium announced this week a new way to log into its website, without having to use a password. Instead, users will be able to enter in an email address, then click a link sent to them in order to sign in to the site. Previously, the company allowed its users to sign in using their Twitter or Facebook credentials, but it received feedback from many who said they wanted… Read More

  • Eaze Is Giving Out Medical Marijuana Cards Over The Phone

    Eaze Is Giving Out Medical Marijuana Cards Over The Phone

    Marijuana delivery startup Eaze will now let you get a medical marijuana card via smartphone. Rival service Meadow claims to Uber over a doctor (mine actually came on a skateboard), but Eaze seems to be the first dooby delivery startup able to hand out a legal cannabis card through EazeMD, its new video phone conference service. “You need to actually send a driver to deliver consumer… Read More

  • Evaluating The Risks And Rewards Of Unicorn Capital Crunch Network

    Evaluating The Risks And Rewards Of Unicorn Capital

    This is the best time to raise money for your startup. At least since 1999. But raising money can be a double-edged sword for entrepreneurs — and receiving a high valuation can cut two ways. First, some context. According to the April 2015 MoneyTree report from PwC, investments in later-stage companies rose by 50 percent, to $4.2 billion, in the first quarter of 2015, the largest… Read More

  • Apple Music And iOS 8.4 Now Available

    Apple Music And iOS 8.4 Now Available

    Apple has finally entered the streaming music game, with the launch today of Apple Music. The new service is available as a built-in part of its iOS 8.4 Music app for iPhone and iPad devices, and offers a huge catalog of on-demand tracks for streaming playback for just $9.99 per month, or $14.99 for a family plan that allows sharing with up to six users. The service is free for three months… Read More

  • Square Launches Payroll Product For Small Businesses, Pricing Starts At $25/Month

    Square Launches Payroll Product For Small Businesses, Pricing Starts At $25/Month

    Mobile payment startup Square has been gradually building out the products it offers to small businesses to position itself as a one-stop shop for their various front-of-house and back-office needs. Today sees the latest development on that theme: the company has launched Square Payroll, software for businesses to pay and track taxes and other costs for both hourly and salaried employees. Read More

  • Mangoplate, Korea’s Answer To Yelp, Lands $6.1M And Eyes Expansions Across Asia

    Mangoplate, Korea’s Answer To Yelp, Lands $6.1M And Eyes Expansions Across Asia

    Mangoplate, a service akin to Yelp in Korea, is in the money today after closing a $6.1 million Series A round to expand in its domestic market and branch out into other parts of Asia. Read More

  • Environmental Sensor Startup Aclima Is Studying The Air Googlers Breathe

    Environmental Sensor Startup Aclima Is Studying The Air Googlers Breathe

    Do Google employees breathe better air than the rest of us? That’s what San Francisco-based environmental health startup Aclima wants to know. Aclima stayed hush about what it’s been up to for the last several years, but just announced it has been studying the indoor air quality on Google’s Mountain View campus and several other Google buildings throughout the world for the… Read More

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