Startups & Apps

Surgeo Makes Surgery Easier with Surgeon-Recommended Plans

By | Aug 16, 2016 at 2:03 pm

The health care landscape of the US is far from ideal. With rising medication costs and a woefully lack of affordable insurance, even getting a check-up can be a life-ruining experience. But what if you have to have something serious taken care of? Surgery…

Startups & Apps

The Next AR Game Could Be a Fantasy Fighting Cardgame

By | Aug 15, 2016 at 8:00 pm

After Pokémon Go introduced mass audiences to augmented reality, light AR games were the anticipated trend, though most predictions estimated it would take 4 to 6 months before startups could develop their concepts. Well, here’s the first cool one I’ve seen: a fantasy fighting AR…

Health

Zebra Medical Vision Uses Machine Learning to Predict Diseases

By | Aug 15, 2016 at 7:00 pm

It is hard to define what artificial intelligence really is, as even authors on this matter have difficulty discussing it and often fail to reach a consensus. Still, AI is used as an important tool to solve a wide array of problems, and one of…

Health

Blink Health Makes Affordable Prescription Drugs a Priority

By | Aug 15, 2016 at 5:00 pm

In the digital world of today, finding out the price of a consumer good is easier than ever. Whether it’s TVs, dog food, laptops, or plane tickets, everyone knows how much they’re paying before they pull the trigger. But when it comes to prescription…

Health

San Francisco

Lightning Bolt Solutions Power Hospital and Doctor Office Schedules

By | Aug 15, 2016 at 2:00 pm

While on the road to finding the global Startup Of The Year, Tech.Co is on a mission to feature and highlight as many rising stars as possible. From tech and hardware, to entrepreneurs improving the accessibility of health information, each month dozens of new startups…

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3D Printing

3 Important Lessons to Learn from 3D Printing Startups

By | Aug 15, 2016 at 1:20 pm

Starting a 3D printing company is a huge challenge. While many companies succeed, there is no guaranteed road map for the high achievement rate. Fortunately, it’s not too difficult to navigate your startup to success as long as you follow a certain set of rules. The key:…

Ecommerce

How to Use Coupons to Create Revenue For Your Ecommerce Business

By | Aug 15, 2016 at 12:30 pm

Many small business owners are intimidated by coupons. People often think of them as another complicated element to an already elaborate business. However, the benefits are well-documented and missing out on potential ecommerce revenue because you’re afraid of a little complication is one of the worst decisions…

Startups & Apps

4 Must-Use Property Sales Software

By | Aug 15, 2016 at 9:00 am

Like many other business fields, property management is made much easier by the use of software tools. The real estate market can be very dynamic, with prices rising and falling as demand wavers. Smart sellers (and buyers) use advanced digital tools to fetch the…

Startups & Apps

Top 5 Apps to Check Out This Week: Fabric, Posy and More

By | Aug 15, 2016 at 8:00 am

Whether you are looking to re-create the movie, The Holiday, or need some fashion advice this week’s apps feature a wide assortment of games, journals, and more. Fabric Fabric is the companion of the chronicler, the nostalgic and those with wanderlust. This location-based app…

Health

MRIs, Machine Learning, and the Future of Health Tech

By | Aug 12, 2016 at 6:00 pm

Healthcare systems around the world are faced with an epidemic of metabolic and obesity-related diseases. Accurate and direct measurement of body composition has been prohibitively expensive in the past. Forcing clinicians and researchers to use indirect and inaccurate metrics. Such as BMI or waist…

Startups & Apps

Find Free Office Templates Through Hloom

By | Aug 12, 2016 at 11:49 am

Microsoft Office is without doubt the most powerful and well used office product around the world.  It offers a package of software that covers all the needs of businesses of all sorts including the Word word processing, Excel spreadsheets and PowerPoint presentation software. While…

Startups & Apps

Why Early-Stage Recruiting Is Insanely Hard for Startups

By | Aug 11, 2016 at 8:00 pm

Early-stage recruiting is hundreds of times harder than creating a cool prototype and getting it funded. In the startup world in particular, the first few members of a team can make the difference between a billion dollar valuation and a complete washout. Don’t take my word for…

Startups & Apps

WorkGroup: A Communication Platform for Efficient Teamwork

By | Aug 11, 2016 at 10:21 am

Today, teams need great tools that boost productivity, so they turn to various products that serve the single purpose every project manager has: to create great things as a team and implement them efficiently. To do that you need ongoing communication with team members,…

Startups & Apps

The 3 Reasons Behind the Rise of Design Partners

By | Aug 10, 2016 at 8:00 pm

Venture capitalists invest crazy amounts of money into young startups, hoping to get the next big thing. They want that startup to have every chance to succeed, and that means promoting it, guiding it, and mentoring it in countless ways. One aspect that has…

Startups & Apps

The Harvard Startup Disrupting Big Data and the Internet of Things

By | Aug 10, 2016 at 3:00 pm

For a company to succeed, it is essential that their practices are data-driven. For many companies, that means harnessing insights from Big Data. Addressing this issue head-on is Harvard-incubated Experfy. Cofounded by Harpreet Singh and Sarabjot Kaur, Experfy has built a vetted marketplace for data and…

Games

Study: Video Games Increase School Scores, Social Media Sites Don’t

By | Aug 9, 2016 at 5:00 pm

For decades, video games have been the scapegoat for bad behavior. Whether it’s condemning them for creating the violent society we live in today, or banning them for being too politically charged, there’s rarely a good word to be said about gamers. However, in…

Hardware

PCB: The Invisible Board That Runs the World

By | Aug 9, 2016 at 3:30 pm

If this new millennium has something iconic to represent it, it has to be the overwhelming amount of electronics present in our lives. Computers, smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, and other electronics – they are all over, and are an absolutely essential part of today’s…