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New Accelerator Launches in NYC to Boost EdTech Startups

By | Mar 26, 2015 at 2:00 pm

EDGE Edtech, the New York, NY-based “startup generator” founded by edtech veterans Don Burton (whose resume includes time at Disney Education and Kaplan) and Jonathan D. Harber (former CEO of Pearson K12 Technology), has launched its 2015 EDGE Accelerator program in the city. Aimed…


Hop, the Messenger that Reinvents Email

By | Mar 26, 2015 at 12:30 pm

Email was a great innovation and surely marked a revolution back in 1962, when the AUTODIN network provided the first messaging service in the history of the Internet. It was such a good invention that more than half a century later, we still use…



Moviepilot Listened to Their Fans: It Paid Off Big Time

By | Mar 24, 2015 at 6:00 pm

About seven years ago Tobi Bauckhage planted the seed of an idea in Berlin, Germany with his company Moviepilot. His mission was to fill the void in his home country where an IMDB page would sit: at the time the site hadn’t expanded internationally….


Glass Planner is a Solid Alternative to iOS Calendar

By | Mar 24, 2015 at 4:00 pm

Let’s be honest here. Big name calender apps like Google Calendar and iOS calendars do a fine job for 90% of us out there. We just need it for simple reminders, such as dinner arrangements and dentist appointments, and that’s it. Add that to the…

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5 Hot New Video Apps for Android

By | Mar 23, 2015 at 4:06 pm

Can’t resist watching and commenting on videos with your friends or toying with your camera in hope of shooting a new experimental short movie? Here are 5 new Android video apps straight from the oven you should check out.  1. iCouchapp  While iOS users have…

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6 Free Apps for Startup Entrepreneurs to Save Money

By | Mar 22, 2015 at 6:00 pm

Startup entrepreneurs often need to juggle many roles, ranging from administrative assistant and accountant to project manager and marketer. But thanks to technology, things have become much smoother. Today, there is a wealth of apps available to help small businesses streamline their operation, some…


QUICKIE, a Messaging App to Keep Your Privacy Private

By | Mar 21, 2015 at 4:00 pm

If you are a smartphone user, then you know that there are numerous messaging apps to choose from. App Store and Google Play are filled with this kind of apps, some more focused on the content, while others more focused on privacy and security….

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Why Millennials Favor Dating with New Tech

By | Mar 21, 2015 at 8:00 am

Decades ago, young New York Jews drove up into the picturesque Catskill Mountains to meet one another; secure in the knowledge that the cream of the single crop would be waiting for them at one of the huge hotels in the aptly named “Borscht…



Cymbolism: The Test That Will Make You Forget about Color Psychology

By | Mar 20, 2015 at 4:48 pm

Even though I follow the news like everyone else, I’ve always had a soft spot for underdogs. You know, the apps they don’t tell you about, the products that get under the line on Product Hunt’s home page, etc. Sometimes you can find the…



What Will Augmented Reality Look Like in the Future? [VIDEO]

By | Mar 19, 2015 at 10:29 pm

If you ask Magic Leap just what they do, they would tell you that they’re an idea. That might not sound like much at first glance, but they’ve actually leveraged this pitch and raised a $542 million investment from Google. What makes their vision for…



How Do You Pick Your March Madness Winners?

By | Mar 19, 2015 at 3:00 pm

Nobody has ever gotten the $1 billion bracket. If you’re unfamiliar, there’s a challenge every March Madness season that stipulates: if you can call every game perfectly you win $1 billion. But there are so many moving pieces in a March Madness bracket, not…


5 Reasons Why Startups Should Use Explainer Videos

By | Mar 19, 2015 at 2:00 pm

Visual forms of communication is what our brains are hardwired to recognize. We are quick to visuals, motions and as we skim through pages of information, we are sure to endure the entire length of an explainer video. Over the past few years, we…



D.C.’s 1776 Announces Challenge Festival 2015

By | Mar 19, 2015 at 12:53 pm

The Washington, D.C.-based startup incubator 1776 announced this morning its plans for this year’s Challenge Festival 2015. Designed to be the culmination of the 1776 Challenge Cup competition, the week-long event will bring together business leaders, government officials, innovators, investors, and entrepreneurs from across…

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Little Rock Startup Believes Discovery Should Be Easier

By | Mar 19, 2015 at 11:00 am

What’s worse than sifting through mountains of paperwork to find the information you need? Paying lawyers hundreds of dollars per hour to do it. Enter eZdiscovery Solutions, a company that helps law firms and other businesses that manage massive amounts of paperwork harness the…

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