Startup accelerators have become an integral part of helping early-stage companies build, fund and bring to market new products and ideas. Recently, we’ve seen museums look to the models of accelera
Electric Objects is announcing new ways to bring art into your home, with an affordable price tag. The New York City startup, led by Jake Levine (formerly of Betaworks), launched a Kickstarter campaig
Startup <a target="_blank" href="http://www.electricobjects.com">Electric Objects</a> aims to build displays for Internet art, separate from devices like laptops and smartphones that it says are "desi
Jake Levine, most recently the general manager of Digg, is hoping to build devices that change the way we interact with the Internet, and he's raised $1.7 million in seed funding to make that happen.