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San Francisco

E-Bike Startups Are Opening the Door to Entry-Level Transportation

By | Dec 14, 2017 at 2:30 pm

The e-bike community is booming around the world. Navigant expects around 35 million e-bikes to be purchased this year. In comparison, electric vehicles currently account for about 1 percent of all vehicle sales around the globe, with about 1.15 million units to be produced worldwide….

Gear & Gadgets

5 Gifts for Your Employees Under $100

By | Dec 6, 2017 at 3:50 pm

Your employees have worked hard all year, busting their back side to push the company forward. Aside from giving them well-deserved time off and an enjoyable office holiday party, send them home with a few gadgets as an extra thank you. KeySmart Pro with…

Enqos – Tower V2

Drones

8 Things That Can Be Delivered By Drone

By | Dec 4, 2017 at 12:20 pm

In recent months the U.S. has pushed forward to open a potential future filled with drone deliveries. Unfortunately we are just entering a new age of testing thanks to a Presidential Memorandum and Executive Order; however, the likes of Amazon, Intel, and other companies…

Gear & Gadgets

Gift Guide 2017: Creatives, Podcasters, Vloggers, and Hipsters

By | Nov 29, 2017 at 1:30 pm

Blame social media or the rise in affordable technology, this world is creating more content. Sure, your uncle may just be figuring out memes on Facebook, but your niece is racking up millions of views on YouTube and Instagram with her own how-to series….

Gear & Gadgets

SYNAVOLT: the Smart and Modular Power Bank [Review]

By | Nov 28, 2017 at 11:30 am

Power banks have had a transformation and companies are cramming a ton of mAh and features into a small space for users on-the-go. The SYNAVOLT is a modular power bank with 20,000 mAh capacity and dual expansion bays. The SYNAVOLT central unit itself is…

Gear & Gadgets

Gift Guide 2017: Tech for Outdoorsmen, Survivalists, and Preppers

By | Nov 26, 2017 at 2:30 pm

In a world filled with seemingly endless technology that connects you to the digital world, now more than ever do people want to disconnect. However, whether or not they are the outdoorsy type or more into glamping, there is still plenty of tech to…

Startup Spotlight

Chicago

Startup Spotlight: Eco Stove, Smart Jewelry, and Lights for Grandma

By | Nov 24, 2017 at 12:50 pm

During the holiday, safety is a concern. Whether it be protecting your home or yourself if  shopping later at night, we found some startups helping you in this effort. Each week, TechCo features tech startups that can help streamline your daily life. This week…

Gear & Gadgets

FLM’s New Berlin 38.4 Tripod Comes With Flawless Craftsmanship [Review]

By | Nov 21, 2017 at 5:00 pm

FLM Canada is introducing the Berlin Series of tripods for pro video and photo usage. FLM’s recent success with their 200 percent Indieogogo-funded CP26-Travel tripod paves the way for a much larger relative: the Berlin 38.4. They’ll be introducing at least two tripods in the…

Gear & Gadgets

Gift Guide 2017: VR, AR, and Hardware to Power It

By | Nov 21, 2017 at 3:50 pm

Last year may have been the biggest for virtual reality hardware when it comes to gaming, but now we’re starting to see the fruit of those seeds grow. With the likes of Skyrim now on PlayStation VR, mixed reality headsets, and improved technology being…

Gear & Gadgets

San Diego

Robo C2 Brings Simplicity to Complex 3D Printing [Review]

By | Nov 21, 2017 at 11:30 am

3D printing is not just for hobbyists any more, companies are banking on the technology and truly putting the results to work. Local Motors is always our go to example, having seen them create some amazing vehicles using 3D printed parts, but there are…

Gear & Gadgets

Gift Guide 2017: The Home Chef

By | Nov 20, 2017 at 3:50 pm

In the past year we’ve seen some massive wins and changes in the world of food, namely Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods and both Blue Apron and HelloFresh going public. We’ve also seen some interesting insights from company leaders such as Papa Johns who…

Gear & Gadgets

London

Robot Vacuum Cleaners of the Future Could Look Like Spaceships

By | Nov 15, 2017 at 8:30 am

The future, as pictured in science-fiction movies, is closer than it has ever been. Almost palpable, and although flying cars, teleportation and time travel are still elusive, we have made insane demarches in facilitating our lives with robotized and automatized household items. Even though…

Gear & Gadgets

Cambridge

Spire Studio: Portable Recording Studio Designed for Collaboration [Review]

By | Nov 7, 2017 at 11:30 am

Like you, many of us as kids sang in the shower, attempted to play some sort of instrument in middle school, or went through countless hours of lessons with the dream of one day actually doing something with that musical talent. Then at some…

Gear & Gadgets

17 Thanksgiving Tech Gadgets for Turkey Day

By | Nov 5, 2017 at 6:30 pm

Are you ready to prepare a feast for the Thanksgiving holiday? Thanksgiving ranks at the top of my list of favorite days of the year, so it’s important to me that we get it right at my house. To prepare for this challenge, I…

Drones

8 Ways to Make Money With Your Expensive Drone

By | Oct 30, 2017 at 12:20 pm

To say the political and legislative worlds in the U.S. have been a bit chaotic lately may be the understatement of a lifetime. While we’re not quite in the upside down just yet, laws and restrictions in the past few years have been flipped,…

Gear & Gadgets

London

This Robot Toy Will Teach Your Kids to Code

By | Oct 27, 2017 at 3:50 pm

Cubetto is the latest technological advancements in the industry of toys, specially designed to help young kids understand and grasp the main programming concepts. There are many robots for kids out there, but probably none is as useful and beneficial for kids as the…

Gear & Gadgets

NYC

The Arrow Smartwatch Just Went Hi-Def

By | Oct 27, 2017 at 7:15 am

A few years back, entrepreneurs George Popalis and Dan Kiriakou saw the future of wearable technology: high-resolution cameras. Existing wearables focused on fitness tracking and notifications. Nobody had cameras—at least not good ones. Growing tired of missing the perfect shots as they fumbled to…