Monthly Archives: February 2016

Virtual Reality Will Be Mobile

Virtual reality is on everybody’s lips today. We are constantly seeing new products being launched in the market and the largest technological companies such as Facebook and Samsung are investing massively in it. In the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona this week, both companies have presented new initiatives to accelerate the penetration of virtual reality. […]

The Secondary Market For Startups Is Rapidly Cooling

The secondary market which allow people to buy and sell unlisted shares is an important component of the startup world. By definition, shares and stocks of a startup are usually not listed in a trading exchange and therefore are quite illiquid. People find themselves owning shares of promising companies which they can’t resell easily. The […]

Digital Investments In India

It seems clear to everyone that India is going to be one of the largest markets for startups and technological companies in the coming years. Large companies such as Facebook and Amazon have already invested billions of dollars to try to get a good position in that market in the future. This vision is not only reserved to large conpanies. We […]

Batteries That Last Forever

Most of us have become increasingly more dependent on our smartphones and other electronic equipments to run our daily lives. Because of this reality, we usually dread running out of battery. We try to find a way to always stay connected. In one word, having enough “juice” is something that has become truly important for many of us. […]

Mattel Acquires Sproutling

Sproutling, a startup that creates innovative and smart IoT products for children has been acquired by Mattel. The acquisition builds on Mattel’s mission to be a leader in the play, learning and development segments and helps the company further its digital presence. The acquisition by Mattel is another sign that large and well positioned groups […]

Google To Offer More Transparency About Its Different Initiatives

Google which has been reorganized under the company name Alphabet will today offer for the first time a more detailed information about how its different businesses are doing. As the company reports its quarterly results, analysts are looking to better understand how much YouTube, Android and other of its previous bets are contributing to the […]