new research discusses why established big technology companies are actually well positioned to take a major share of the IoT market, and fend off startups.
July was indeed a busy month. Preparing for an ecommerce conference, pitching to several potential investors, all the while providing customers support and making progress with new developments. August will be even more eventful…
Currently, many companies are developing and implementing payment systems that use fingerprints, eye scans, blood veins, and heartbeats as payment methods. These methods may well replace the traditional, and easily stolen, plastic credit cards that carry your personal information.
As a response to my previously posted blog Google Glass Sucks and it’s Dead? Wait, what?! : Google announced it was ending the Glass Explorer program yesterday (on the 15th) and handing over the reins to Nest’s Tony Fadell, it seemed to exit with more of a whimper than a scream. Let’s face it, from its earliest … Continue reading Google Glass is A Dead Enterprise Wearable with Lost Potential →
Instacart, a grocery-delivery startup, just announced a $220 million Series C round led by Kleiner Perkins at a valuation of $2 billion
In the last few months, and more so, in the last few weeks, the web is filling up with bad reviews on the Google Glass. So, does the wearable device that started it all is ready dead?
Lately the MAKERS Movement has been talked about in many places and occasions. Being a Maker means to have a set of diverse capabilities, in both the digital and the physical worlds. But Makers existed for many years, so why is this term, The MAKERS Movement, only now comes to life and what makes today’s Maker different … Continue reading The MAKERS Movement and Your Place In It →
According to Steve Blank, and as we all now by know, Startups are not mini-version of big companies, and Big Companies are not the large-version of Startups. While they both emphasize getting out of the building and taking to customers, they’re not the same. In his latest post, Steve explains why and what is the … Continue reading Customer Developer vs. Design Thinking →
A few weeks ago, a wine lover and an entrepreneur, revealed their Miracle Machine. Their product said to turn water and a few ingredients to fine wine. Their next update was quite a surprise.
Many people are using public transportation in general and the bus is particular. And though we are in the 21st century, paying for the bus feels kind of old. I mean, it can be much more technologically advanced as well as easier and faster to use.
The new Israeli startup HopOn wants to become the Get Taxi for the Bus. Using NFC technology, the passenger will use his mobile phone to make the payment for the bus ride, without the need to carry on cash.