Articles about Start-Ups
The Soundbrenner Pulse is a wearable, connected device for musicians that acts as a metronome to help you directly feel the beat.
The domain hosting service has been humming along with a highly-anticipated initial public offering plan, and now it looks like shares are poised to get off to a good start very soon.
The Brooklyn-based digital marketplace wunderkind is packing its bags for its IPO roadshow.
SAP Startup Focus Acceleration Program will offer local tech startups access to a funding pool of S$10 million (US$7.28 million) and includes Singapore's Infocomm Development Authority and ACP Ventures as partners.
Wearables are everywhere we look right now. But wearable wristbands should do more than just count how many steps we take. Italian designed HIRIS aims to turn the single-function wearable on its head.
SEC Chair Mary Jo White posited the new rules provide entrepreneurs with a more "workable path" in raising money and attracting investors.
Australian startup advocacy group StartupAUS has welcomed the government's moves to amend the country's employee share scheme in a bid for startup employees to reap greater benefits from their financial interests in early stage companies.
The app has become a far easier and more productive way to conduct business for e-commerce players.
The cloud ERP player is now hitting an annual revenue run rate of about $50 million and plans to spend the dough on product development, sales and various corporate functions.
Eneco is looking to install computer servers that generate heat in five homes in the Netherlands as part of a trial to see whether the warmth created could be an alternative for traditional radiators.
The Australian opposition said it supports Uber and Airbnb, but that more regulations are needed around public safety, workers' rights, tax, and accessibility.
It takes a long time to read Twitter streams to find the best stories. Nuzzel does it for you for free, and it works best of all with targeted Twitter lists.
HubSpot bolsters its sales and marketing software set a few months after going public on the New York Stock Exchange.
Intuit is aiming to answer the needs of independent contractors in the "on-demand economy" with a new acquisition.
Freelancer.com has acquired the assets of Spanish online freelancer marketplace Projectlinkr, with the company hoping that the move will help ramp up its presence in the Spanish-speaking world.
An Australian team has recently demonstrated its robotics "wizardry" by advancing to the grand finals of an international land warfare robot competition to be held in South Australia in November.
Where are the expense management startups and Dirty SaaS?
The MDA held an exhibition of several interactive digital media projects. Here are some of the hits and misses.
Silicon Valley start-up Wrightspeed aims to bring sports cars that run solely on battery power to market.
Participants in the the Middle East Partnership Initiative visit Silicon Valley for tips on turning great ideas into profit.
Technology is thriving in Israel, as the country seeks to become a center for research and development.
Services from fledging start-ups let people build Web applications themselves.
A start-up from PayPal co-founder Max Levchin blends online photo albums with social networking.
The start-up Synthetic Genomics got a head start from an ocean-going voyage led by pioneering scientist J. Craig Venter.
Italian start-up Zanetti Studios is marketing a printer that places magnetic sound strips on photos.
Company cofounders in the good old days in 1982 when Sun was a start-up.
A Silicon Valley start-up analyzes individual athletic ability and feeds data into an interactive Web site for parents and children.
Forget the airborne jalopy in "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang." This start-up, with a strong dose of MIT smarts, means business.
Socially conscious science dominates finals of contest meant to help new businesses woo venture capital.
Corporate and nonprofit clients wanting to establish beachheads in the virtual world "Second Life" are fueling a D.C. start-up.
Stanford student Megan Zoback, a one-time intern for Jaxtr, is spreading the word about the company's effort to bring online calling into the MySpace.com era--with no need to download software. CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari listens in on Zoback's primer. (Note: Zoback currently has no formal relation with the VoIP company and has not been compensated for her use of the free service.)
Mashery is a new startup committed to making it easier to build, deploy and use mashups. Over the next several months, we'll be launching a number of services for mashup developers and API providers. Come join us in our Mashup University session to get an early look at what we're working on, and to talk to us about what you'd like to see Mashery incorporate in its future releases.
Michael Masnick, CEO of Techdirt, discusses how his event produces dialogue between Silicon Valley start-ups. Also, check out one of the demos from Jumpcut, an online video-remix and production suite.
Every NBA basketball game is being logged by Synergy Sports Technology and the video of every play tagged and correlated with stats. Synergy hopes to sell its analytical tools to every NBA team. CNET News.com's Harry Fuller looks over the shoulder of Synergy's Andy Graham to see what the pros can see.
In this Face to Face interview, venture capitalist Guy Kawasaki, a former Apple Computer evangelist, joins ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber to talk about his latest book. In "The Art of the Start," the best-selling author gives entrepreneurial advice, from creating bold positioning statements to avoiding "hallucinatory forecasts," on the road to business success.
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