Tech Startups

App That Recognizes Objects With AI Raises $54 Million
Artificial Intelligence

App That Recognizes Objects With AI Raises $54 Million

Blippar allows a user to point their phone camera at something such as a coffee mug or plant, and get detailed information about it.
Arjun Kharpal
While Tech Investing Slows These 3 Growing Industries Are Getting Hot
Investments

While Tech Investing Slows These 3 Growing Industries Are Getting Hot

While the familiar tech sectors seem to be entering a down phase, the future is bright in other sectors you need to learn about.
John Boitnott
The Different Ways Tech Startups in San Francisco and New York Spend Money (Infographic)
Infographics

The Different Ways Tech Startups in San Francisco and New York Spend Money (Infographic)

Expense management startup Abacus broke down where companies' dollars are going.
Catherine Clifford
5 Tips for Selling Your Tech Company
Selling a Business

5 Tips for Selling Your Tech Company

Understanding the steps described here will boost your chances of getting to an exit that leaves everyone on the selling side satisfied.
Susan Pravda
Sesame Street Launches VC Arm to Influence Tech for Kids
Startups

Sesame Street Launches VC Arm to Influence Tech for Kids

Lalalala. Lalalala. Elmo loves his goldfish, his startups, too.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Crowdfunding Platforms Need to Be Better Watchdogs, Says Journalist Who Investigated Kickstarter's Biggest European Failure
Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding Platforms Need to Be Better Watchdogs, Says Journalist Who Investigated Kickstarter's Biggest European Failure

Some of the sketchiness associated with crowdfunding should be addressed by the platforms themselves, says Mark Harris.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
This 'Smart Wallet' Found Success on Kickstarter and Indiegogo. So Why Didn't It Deliver?
Crowdfunding

This 'Smart Wallet' Found Success on Kickstarter and Indiegogo. So Why Didn't It Deliver?

Crowdfunding is all about the numbers, but the humans behind the risky campaigns are often hard to calculate.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
A Startup That Aims to Get Teens Talking on the Phone Raised $2.2 Million
Tech Startups

A Startup That Aims to Get Teens Talking on the Phone Raised $2.2 Million

All calls on Unmute are broadcasted live, so anyone can tune in and listen to the call via the iPhone app or the web.
Why Many Tech Execs Are Skipping the Consumer Electronics Show
CES 2016

Why Many Tech Execs Are Skipping the Consumer Electronics Show

The CES is huge, so huge that people interested in networking are increasingly preferring smaller events better structured for networking.
John Boitnott
Startups Don't Need Unicorn Aspirations to Attract Investor Attention
Venture Capital

Startups Don't Need Unicorn Aspirations to Attract Investor Attention

Investors fixated on finding the next startup to attain the exalted $1 billion valuation inevitably miss many very good investments.
Richard Maclean
How This Entrepreneur's Near-Death Experience Inspired a Million-Dollar Business
Radicals & Visionaries

How This Entrepreneur's Near-Death Experience Inspired a Million-Dollar Business

When, at age 39, Jon Loew was given two months to live he recorded videos for his kids to watch at a future date. After he made a miraculous recovery, he took that idea and turned it into a video sharing service.
Carly Okyle
5 Reasons Your Business Plan Sucks and How You Can Change It
Business Optimization

5 Reasons Your Business Plan Sucks and How You Can Change It

Most plans fail to achieve their objective and end up misrepresenting the business.
Tallat Mahmood
Where to Find Your Ideal Tech Co-Founder
Co-founders

Where to Find Your Ideal Tech Co-Founder

A few, very lucky entrepreneurs have friends qualified to be their co-founder. For everybody else it's a little like arranged marriage.
Anand Srinivasan
Is This the Worst Decision a Private Tech Company Can Make?
Tech Startups

Is This the Worst Decision a Private Tech Company Can Make?

The CEO of Nasdaq reveals where he thinks many private tech firms go wrong.