Startup Spotlight: Push Doctor, OhPen, Clutter, oh my!

Startups can be weird, wacky, downright useless, and sometimes brilliant. Applications like Slack or trello (amongst many others) revolutionized the way businesses could communicate. Suddenly people could “actually” be efficient. In the consumer industry, facebook enabled people from all over the globe to interact instantly. Google happened. Often at the base of startup success is a thread : communication innovation. That’s not to say that all startups set up to improve communication will succeed, but the ability for the internet to spread information instantly certainly enables a lot of very obvious solutions. Even if a new software does not focus on communication, the relay of information instantly across great distance enables incredible efficiency for businesses and consumers. And with that, here are three curious startups to watch in this week’s startup spotlight. Push Doctor (via TechCrunch) Push doctor is very straightforward. It is […]

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4 Startups that will make you raise an eyebrow

For something new, we are going to start featuring new startups weekly to show the weird and wonderful side of the tech community, entrepreneurship, and the future of business. There are startups for basically any product or service you can imagine. There is an IoT plant watering device, there are IoT latrines and toilets. There are so many plays for IoT toasters that if they weaponize we will soon be ruled by robot overlords with toasters for heads. Obviously, this list is nonexhaustive, there are certainly amazing, and wacky, startups that fly under our radar. So without further ado, here are the startups for this week.   Blockchain, but not that blockchain A bitcoin startup [blockchain]┬áraised $40 million in series b. For those of you not familiar with startups, that’s a pretty big deal. Richard Branson got down on it. Google ventures was […]

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